13.56MHz RFID Tags (HF RFID Tag) – DAILY RFID launches a new low cost RFID tag
This new 13.56MHz RFID Tag is a 28mm by 12mm square tag engineered to provide a read range from 70mm to 100mm basing on a normal 13.56MHz HF RFID Reader,specifically developed by DAILY RFID to be integrated to RFID antomatic jewelry management project.And this tag can be also applied in many fields like RFID Document Tracking,RFID Asset Management and so on.The chip of the tag can be PHILIPS Mifare S50,Mifare S70,I-CODE 1,I-CODE 2,Ultralight,Ti 13.56MHz Chip family,Inside 13.56 Chip family,Infinion and so on.
"Durable, cost effective RFID Jewry Tag is one more example of DAILY RFID's commitment to develop high-value RFID products," said David Chen,the engineer of DAILY RFID, "DAILY RFID's superior printing and encapsulation produce attractive, durable tags, and the passive RFID inlays give us long read range while keeping the investment low."
DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED
DAILY RFID Co.,Ltd, specialize in producing arguably the world's most extensive line of RFID Tag,RFID Label,Smart Card and RFID Reader, which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification. Also, We own a factory covering an area of 26,000 square meters.
DAILY's products are designed and manufactured with recognized industry standards relevant to RFID and its markets but most notably for use in the demanding environments to recognize and understand your business's RFID needs. We are commited to providing "Innovative Technology", " Superior, Cost-efficient Product" and " Professional, Efficient Customer Services". We will work with you to integrate RFID into your current operations and help uncover areas where you may be able to leverage RFID technology.For more info please kindly visit our website: www.rfid-in-china.com
Press releases you might also be interested in
Weitere Informationen zum Thema "Hardware":
Open19 Foundation versus Open Compute Project (OCP)
Der Markt für Datencenter-Hardware ist genauso lukrativ wie hart umkämpft. Doch anders als Hyperscale-Betreiber haben einzelne Rechenzentren branchenüblicher Größe kaum Einfluss auf die Produktentwicklung durch ihre Hardware-Lieferanten. Zwei Initiativen — das Open Compute Project (OCP) und Open19 — wollen Abhilfe schaffen, sind sich aber nicht einig, wie.Weiterlesen