Features

  • UHF RFID passive e-seal, 860-960 MHz
  • Air interface protocol ISO/IEC 18000-63
  • At every RFID reading provides EPC code and status indication of the tamper bit (inviolate/tampered)
  • High Security Seal compliant ISO17712:2013 (including Clause 6)
  • Shock-proof IP66 polystyrene plastic housing-laser marking available for logo, barcode, text
  • Customizable as for chip type and code ( including password protection)
  • Available as bolt-lock or cable-lock for a variety of fixing modes and applications
  • One time use

Introduction

It is a radio frequency device that transmits container information when interrogated by an UHF RFID static gateway reader or handheld devices. It combines mechanical security of standard seals with the electronic security offered by RFID. It has univocal ID code and read / write user memory capabilities.

The E-Seals (Electronic Seals) is also known as RFID Seals (Radio Frequency Identification Seal). Passive RFID E-Seals have no battery and its reading range is upto 10 meter. The passive RFID E-Seals need to have the following function:

  • It can't read any RFID data before use.
  • It can read RFID data when closed.
  • It can't read any RFID data after cutting.
  • If E-seal don't have these function that is just the RFID tag.

It can substitute for tradition seals that often apply on gas, oil, truck and container. It can prevent the goods to steal by thief when customers build the security system. It also can provide automatic identification and help you to manage the trucks or containers. Many Customs will use it to implement certification system of authorized economic operator (AEO) and use E-seal to enhance the efficiency of Customs clearance.

Applications

  • Containers, to prevent contamination and tampering of goods
  • Trucks and trailers, for access control, speeding up gate-in / gate-out operations in terminals, hubs, ports, and protecting goods
  • Box for notification

Benefits

  • Significant increase in inspection rate
  • Improve border security
  • Minimize container tampering and thefts
  • Increase safety
  • Increase correct collection of taxes and duties
  • Facilitate trade
  • Minimize corruption
  • Speed up logistic processes

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FAQs

  • What is Central Board of Excise and Customs(CBSE) new rule for exporters?

    From October, consignments would not be required to be sealed in the presence of inspectors. Instead they will sport an RFID chip with details of the consignment that can be accessed by a reader. "Supervised sealing of containers will be discontinued from October, " said a government official. Instead, electronic self-sealing with RFID chip will be introduced, the official added.

  • What is RFID electronic self-sealing facility for exporters?

    The Central Board of Excise & Customs(CBEC) has allowed exporters the facility of self-sealing containers at their own premises subject to the condition that they use electronic seals (circular number 26/2017 dated 1st July 2017).

  • How will I use the seal to lock the container?

    Ruddersoft are designed like the conventional bolt seal (bottle seal) so as to give the same experience and ease of sealing a container, which your logistics team has been accustomed to. Just push the bolt into the cap and you are done!

  • How secure is this seal?

    It is 100% secure! The seal comes with a sophisticated anti-tamper technology and fully conforms to the technical specifications prescribed by CBEC. The readers to be supplied by us at all ports and ICDs will detect if the seal is tampered in any way. Our solution is designed to also alert you on your mobile and email.

  • What will happen when the container reaches the Port gate / ICD?

    We are setting up a state of the art eco-system to ensure maximum security of your container and best possible gate access to ports and ICDs. Ruddersoft shall provide handheld readers at all Ports / ICDs. Upon arrival of the trailer, the seal will be scanned using our Ruddersoft reader. The data on the seal will be uploaded in real time to our secure servers for an integrity check. Those containers whose seals are intact will receive Direct Port Entry (DPE), saving you costs and time associated with the container being taken through a CFS.