RFID tags are a type of tracking system that uses smart barcodes in order to identify items. RFID is short for “radio frequency identification,” and as such, RFID tags utilize radio frequency technology. These radio waves transmit data from the tag to a reader, which then transmits the information to an RFID computer program.
RFID tags are frequently used for merchandise, but they can also be used to track vehicles, pets, and even patients with Alzheimer’s disease. An RFID tag may also be called an RFID chip. An RFID tag works by transmitting and receiving information via an antenna and a microchip — also sometimes called an integrated circuit or IC. The microchip on an RFID reader is written with whatever information the user wants.
- Shell by the refined mold, high-temperature anti-corrosion materials filled by epoxy resin
- Appearance in small and exquisite, durable, waterproof, shockproof
- Hanging on the key ring, wallet or handbag, easy to carry
- Preprogrammed with a unique ID (can not be changed) and printed on the back
- Used in public transportation, parking, card payment, time and attendance systems, access control systems, identification, low-frequency tag cards
- Color: Blue / Yellow (Random)
- Size: 5.8 x 2.8 x 0.4cm
- Operation Frequency: 125KHz
- Detecting distance: Max. 2cm