NFC Tags Australia
Connecting Made Simple with NFC Tags. We’re a small family owned and operated Australian business based in North West Sydney. We offer a growing range of in house designed, generic and custom made NFC tags for commercial or industrial use for the NFC tags Australia market. Our tags are good quality and affordable. An expanding range of custom NFC tags are manufactured locally in our small workshop. See our tag range or get in touch!
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prinTTag™ Google Review NFC Tag
Google Review NFC Key Tag
Take it with you everywhere! Design is engraved using our original design and option of QR code on one side. Check it out!
More Colours And Textures!
Our in house made multiuse and Google review tags are now available in faux metallic and faux wood colours! Available in our standard and custom review tags.
Faux Metallic Tags
Faux Wood Tags
New wood tags now available. Made from natural wood. Available in a variety of wood species.
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Common Uses For NFC Tags
Information Source | Access Control | Network Connection | Asset Management | Gateway Point | Marketing | Product Authentication
NFC tags Australia work by storing little bits of information so it opens a world of convenience. The information could be a link to a website address, a YouTube video clip, a contact number, a downloadable restaurant menu, the location of a local pub or a whole bunch of other information type. The tag tells a smartphone what service or app to use to launch this information. You need a smartphone with an NFC feature. Make sure you turn it on and tap to open a world of convenience.
What Does It Stand For?
NFC is short for Near Field Communication. NFC triggers when a smartphone is right beside an NFC terminal or tag. Tapping the terminal or tag is the most common way of interaction. You have absolute control over what you want to connect to.
Turn It On
Turning on or enabling NFC is easy. Simply go to your smartphone’s settings menu and look for the NFC option tab. Turn it on you’re ready to go. It’s OK to keep it on for ongoing connectivity because NFC doesn’t need much power so it will not drain your battery.
The Sweet Spot
The location of your smartphone’s NFC “sweet spot” or antenna varies by manufacturer. It is commonly found at the back or top of your smartphone. This is the best spot for interacting with an NFC terminal or tag. The optimum read range is generally around 2cm.
The N Mark
Look for the NFC mark. It means that you can interact with it. Tapping it activates an action, transaction or experience. Find the mark on devices, products, objects and a variety of touch points in your physical environment so keep an eye out for the mark.