What are the advantages of rfid tracking tags?

2020-04-24 14:08:37

    Compared with traditional bar code technology, rfid tracking tags save more time manpower and material resources, and can improve work efficiency. RFID can quickly scan. RFID readers can generally recognize and read several rfid tracking tags at the same time.

      Small size and diversified shapes. RFID is not limited by size and shape in reading, and does not need to match the fixed size and printing quality of paper for reading accuracy. Therefore, RFID tags can generally be miniaturized and diversified, so that they can be applied to different products.

Anti-pollution ability and durability. Generally, the traditional barcode carrier is paper, so it is more susceptible to pollution, but RFID is very resistant to substances such as water, oil, and chemicals. In addition, because the bar code is attached to a plastic bag or an outer carton, it is particularly vulnerable to damage; RFID tags store data in the chip, which is to prevent contamination.
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This label can also be reused. Today's barcodes cannot be changed after they are printed. RFID tags can be repeatedly added, modified, and deleted data stored in RFID tags to facilitate the update of information.

Can be penetrated and barrier-free reading. In the case of being covered, RFID can penetrate non-metallic or non-transparent materials such as paper, wood and plastic, and can communicate penetratingly. The barcode scanner can read the barcode only when it is close and there is no object blocking.

       The memory capacity of the data is large. The capacity of one-dimensional bar code is 50Bytes, stability, RFID carries electronic information, and its data content can be protected by password, so the related content is not easy to be forged and altered.

RFID has attracted much attention because of its long-distance reading and high storage capacity. Therefore, it can not only help an enterprise greatly improve the efficiency of goods and information management, but also allow sales and manufacturing companies to be interconnected to receive feedback information more accurately, control demand information, and optimize the entire supply chain.