RFID

Radio Frequency Identification

This type of automatic identification works by using radio waves to read and write data on a label, tag, chip, etc. There are active and passive components. The active components have their own power supply through batteries or are connected to higher-level power sources. Passive systems are powered only by induction via the radio waves from the read/write antennas. This results in significant distance differences between the component and the reader during communication of the systems. Furthermore, different radio frequencies are available, in the LF (low frequency 125 kHz), HF (high frequency 13.56 MHz) and UHF (ultra high frequency ~900 MHz) range.

We will be happy to consult you on the subject of RFID and work with you to develop the optimum RFID system for your applications.

RFID Product Selection

Nordic ID EXA51e

Nordic ID EXA51e

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Zebra MC3330xR

Zebra MC3330xR

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Zebra RFD2000

Zebra RFD2000

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Zebra ZD500R

Zebra ZD500R

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Zebra ZT400 Series

Zebra ZT400 Series

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Zebra ZT600

Zebra ZT600

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Zebra ZQ521

Zebra ZQ521

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Zebra ZQ630

Zebra ZQ630

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