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RFID - Radio Frequency Identification and How it Works ...
RFID 101 james 2016-11-03T20:20:01+00:00
RFID Components and ABCs.
RFID - Radio Frequency Identification is a small chip, or RFID tag, attached to some object that can be read at short range via radio waves by a tag reader. These items can be close together or far apart and are used for everything...
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RFID Readers and Tags for any specialty application - RFID ...
Whats the difference between 125KHz and 148KHz? Click here for an explanation.
Some of Our Satisfied Customers
Why RFID, Inc.? Ask those who have already worked with us:
"I can't thank you enough for your support with this project (LF Tags surviving 400F processes). I truly appreciate all your help."
David Foley, Ingersol Rand
"Your system we are using is operating quite flawlessly and has been since the last...
Low Frequency RFID Tags - 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz ...
All LF RFID Tags, 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz
All LF RFID Tags, 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz RFID Admin 2017-01-20T20:47:24+00:00
Low Frequency RFID Tags
Our broad offering of LF (low frequency) RFID Tags include a full gambit, from hardened...
R3-2 125 KHz Low Frequency Readers up to 3 feet - RFID, Inc.
125 KHz Low Frequency Readers
Our R32 line of 125 KHz RFID Readers continues to be by far the most advanced LF hardware on the market since its debut in 2002. Termed "Smart Antennas", these RFID Readers are designed for factory floor identification applications requiring Robust, Rugged, Rapid data capture (hence the R3). RFID Readers operate both...
433.92 MHz UHF (Active RFID – Up to 2000′) - RFID Inc.
3'to 60'Read Range with Internal Etched Antenna (Omni-Directional)
600'Read Range w/External Directional Antenna (next page)
2000'Read Range Options Available
Automatic Range Tuning via Dipswitch or Software Command
RFID Application - RFID Inc.
Is pilot or testing budgeted?
3. Is this your first RFID Project?
How is the identification currently being done?
4. What problem are you trying to solve?
The RFID Tag
5. What is to be identified,...
125KHz and 148KHz Differences - RFID Inc.
125KHz and 148KHz Differences
125KHz and 148KHz Differences james 2016-10-20T15:01:50+00:00
In 1984 our R3 148 KHz product line debuted. These products are still supported today! In the late 1990's the RFID industry began to gravitate toward 125 KHz as a standard for electronic components within our industry thus our R3-1 125 KHz...
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