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The RFID tag is a non-contact automatic identification technology, which identifies the target object by radio frequency signals and obtain relevant data, identification without human intervention. As a wireless version of the bar code, RFID technology has a bar code does not have waterproof, anti-magnetic, high temperature, long life, read a large distance, the data on the RFID label can be encrypted, storage data capacity is greater, the advantage of storing information freely.
Since 2002, the RFID tech has become less expensive and more reliable than traditional bar code systems. That, along with its efficiency and versatility, allows different brands and retailers to find ways to implement it in their businesses.
The RFID tag has the following advantages:
1. Achieving rapid scanning
RFID tag identification is accurate, flexible and can read and identify multiple tags at the same time. In the absence of any object coverage, RFID tags can conduct penetrating communication and barrier-free reading.
2. The data memory capacity
The maximum capacity of RFID tags is the number of Mega Bytes. In the future, the amount of data needed to be carried by an object will continue to increase. The development of data capacity of a memory carrier is also constantly expanding according to the corresponding demand of the market and is now at a steady upward trend. The outlook is very impressive.
3. Anti-pollution ability and durable
RFID tags are highly resistant to substances such as water, oils and chemicals. In addition, the RFID tag is the data stored in the chip. It can effectively avoid damage caused by data loss.
4. Can be reused
RFID tags have the function of repeatedly adding, modifying and deleting data stored in the RFID tag to facilitate the replacement.
5. Small size, shape diversification
RFID tags are not limited by the shape or size. That’s why you don’t have to match the fixing and printing quality of the paper for reading accuracy. In addition, RFID tags are also moving toward miniaturization and diversification to adapt to more different products.
RFID electronic tags carry electronic information. The data content is protected by password, which is high security, the content is not easy to be forged, altered, theft and so on.
Although traditional labels are also widely used, some companies have replaced RFID tags. It is more durable than traditional labels in terms of storage volume, safety and practicality. They are particularly suitable for applications where labeling is extremely demanding.
Retailers have been eager to maintain quality control over their RFID tagging processes. Yet it is much more cost effective and efficient to tag apparel goods upstream in the supply chain. Labor is less expensive, and RFID tracking capabilities can be leveraged at many more points in the product's life cycle. These factors are turning the tide toward increased item-level tagging at the source.