Find it. Track it. Secure it. Count it. Imagine knowing the size, brand, serial number and history of each item that leaves your warehouse - without seeing or handling it. Imagine having verification of original manufacturer, production facility, distribution route and destination. Imagine an inventory check every 30 seconds so that popular items are always available to customers. New RFID applications are emerging quickly as we work with customers to meet their needs in these and other efficiency enhancing applications:
UHF - revolutionary standards
The UHF standard opens new ways in RFID tracking and tracing. As only an EPC is stored to the chip, less data capacity is required. This EPC is a link to a database which contains the complete set of information. The speed of the data reading process is increased - even from wide distances. These advantages make the UHF tag the most suitable solution for packaging labelling, answering the strong demand for more cost efficiency.
RFID - UHF kit:
In RFID applications, the direct thermal or thermal transfer printer equipped with a read/write module, is used to print a human readable label at the same time the data is stored to the RFID chip. In order to transfer data to the chip, the 64-05 RFID printer is fitted with a UHF read/write module and an antenna. The components of the RFID kit are factory-fitted and can also be retrofitted to existing 64-05 printers.
HF - store data to the label
The HF transponder features a high data storage capacity which allows, for example, in the product's value chain, to add the complete history at each point of the production and handling flow directly on the label. It is applicable in processes with shorter reading distances.
RFID - HF kit:
In RFID applications the direct thermal or thermal transfer printer equipped with a read/write module, is used to print a human readable label at the same time the data is stored to the RFID chip. In order to transfer the data to the chip, the 64-bit RFID printer is fitted with a standard HF 13.56 MHz read/write module, as well as a variable antenna. The positions of antenna and chip can be alinged easily. The components of the RFID kit are factory-fitted and can also be retrofitted to existing 64-bit printers.
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