RFID label

The facts at a glance

Very fast reading process = cost and Time saving

Readable without visual contact and high security thanks to copy protection / Encryption

Exact determination of the position of goods for optimized timing in the delivery of goods

Complete traceability to reduce shrinkage

"Intelligent shelf" and thus enabling a permanent inventory

Simultaneous acquisition of many transponders by bulk capture

Fast, safe and readable without visual contact

Tamper-proof due to copy-protected and encrypted content of the transponders

Exact determination of the position of goods for optimized timing in the delivery of goods

Complete traceability to reduce shrinkage

"Intelligent shelf" and thus enabling a permanent inventory

TWIN labels (transponder and barcode with the same content) possible

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Application examples

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a wireless method for identifying goods, pallets, containers, people and livestock. It is an electronic process that works without contact and transmits the goods data over a certain distance by radio. An RFID system consists of the data carrier, that is, RFID tags with an antenna and the RFID reader. The distance that can be bridged between the tag and the RFID reader depends on the type of RFID tag, the shape and size of the antenna, the RFID frequency, the RFID transmission, the subsurface and can range from a few millimeters to a few Meters.

The ID-LABEL team produces printed and unprinted RFID labels for the frequency ranges HF, UHF and NFC (Near Field Communication). Blank labels or our barcode labels are also combined with RFID inlays. During the production of the labels, the chip memories can be described with a sequential numbering or a desired coding.

Facts:

  • Near Field Communication
  • Range: up to 10 cm
  • Good solution for e.g. advertising purposes
  • Can also be used on metal with a shielding film

Areas of application:

  • Cashless payment
  • Personal identification (e.g. ID, passport,
  • Access controls)
  • Billing systems
  • Tool recognition
  • Animal identification
  • On business cards with a link to the homepage
  • Time recording (e.g. sport, work)

Facts

  • High frequency
  • Range: up to 150 cm
  • Good solution for small amounts of data that need medium
  • Distance should be read

Areas of application:

  • Health care (e.g. authentication features
  • for medication, position determination)
  • Driving license control
  • Ticketing
  • KANBAN systems
  • Libraries & Archives
  • Textile and clothing industry
  • Access and access control

Facts:

  • Ultra high frequency
  • Range: up to 5 m
  • Good solution for reading hidden transponders
  • High data transfer rates and large amounts of data

Areas of application:

  • Goods and inventory management in
  • of logistics
  • Position tracking in industry
  • Waste management
  • KANBAN systems
  • Asset inventory
  • Container management