Tag Archives: RFID tags
TransTech Systems recently had a chance to review the Omni-ID Flex LP and AI on-metal tags. Their thin form factor, printable surface and on-metal performance were all impressive for this class of tag. Able to be read up to 5 meters on-metal … Continue reading →
At RFID Journal LIVE! in 2011, attendees got a firsthand look at how RFID can be integrated with social media with Facebook “Check-in” and “Like and photo” kiosks developed by ODIN in partnership with ThingMagic. The kiosks, powered by the … Continue reading →
PantryLabs is developing a unique, self-service kiosk that utilizes RFID technology to enable seamless, user and vendor friendly vending. Pantry’s vending machines are equipped with ThingMagic UHF reader modules and Smart Shelf RFID Antennas, and the goods contained within are labeled with … Continue reading →
Increase Efficiency with the Passive Portal! The Quick Mount Passive Portal The Quick Mount Passive Portal lives up to its name! It is quick to install in any RFID system! This portal is designed to cover strategic congestion points such … Continue reading →
Often users will see RFID tags referred to as “Class1 Gen2” or “G2C1” Tags, We’ve discussed the Gen2 EPC Standard before, but what does the “class” of the tag refer to? A Tag Class is defined within the Gen2 Standard … Continue reading →
Here’s a brief intro video to the versatile NOX-3 Adhesive RFID Tag.
When scanning RFID tags, the RFID reader needs some way to differentiate between tags when there is more than one within its read range. An example would be if a department store employee took an RFID handheld reader (such as … Continue reading →