Use of RFID technology in a library can decrease the time needed for circulation duties since more than one tag can be read at a time. Patron checkout stations can additionally free up staff from these duties.
High-quality and high-capacity chip data storage space can be stored in the information of each book inside, these data can not go through the line of sight or do not need direct contact, in the range of 0.05 meters to 1.2 meters read and write. RFID labels can be encoded with information multiple times, barcodes can only be printed on once. Overall, RFID labels offer more flexibility and specificity for tracking individual items.
2.Avaiable to be adhesive
|Chip||NXP I code sli/I code slix|
|Air Interface Protocol||ISO15693|
|Operation Frequency||13.56 MHz |
|Data retention||100,000 Programming cycles, 50 years data retention|
|EPC Memory Content||Unique, randomized number|
|Max Read Distance||4-8cm|
|Application Surface Materials||Glass, Plastic, Wood, Cardboard|
|Tag Form Factor||Dry Inlay/wet inlay/White wet inlay(label)|
|Tag Materials||Printable coated paper or PET with film|
|Attachment Method||General Purpose Adhesive or enclose coated paper|
|Weight||< 1 gram|
|Operating Temp||-40℃ to +70℃|
|Storage condition||-20 ~ 50 Degree Celsius, 5~ 95% RH, no condensation|