RFID electronic label features


With the development of RFID technology, RFID electronic tags have been widely used in animal husbandry, industrial manufacturing, libraries, trade logistics, libraries, access control, asset management and other fields, promoting the development of the RFID Internet of Things industry. The overall improvement of overall efficiency, quality and management has been achieved. So, what are the characteristics of RFID electronic tags? Why can it be so widely used?

1. Security

With a unique ID code in the world, the data content is encrypted and protected, with strong security and confidentiality, and it is not easy to be forged and imitated.
2. Long use time

Data retention time is up to 10 years.

3. Reusable, large data memory capacity

RFID electronic tags have the functions of repeatedly adding, deleting, and modifying stored data, which is convenient for the replacement and updating of new and old data. The maximum capacity of RFID electronic tags is several MegaBytes, which can store more data information.
4. The volume is miniaturized and the shape is diversified
RFID electronic tags are not limited by shape and size, and are also developing towards miniaturization and diversification, which can be applied to more different products.
5. Anti-pollution ability and durability
The label is made of waterproof, oil-proof and other materials to make the shell, which has strong resistance to water, oil, chemicals and other substances, and has a long service life.
6. Dynamic real-time communication
RFID electronic tags appear within the effective identification range of RFID readers, and their positions can be dynamically tracked and monitored.
7. Easy to read
No visible light source is required for data reading, and the internal RFID electronic tag information can be read through the outer packaging box.
8. Fast recognition speed
Multiple RFID tags can be read in batches at a time.
9. Penetration

When non-metallic materials such as paper, wood, and plastic are wrapped or separated, RFID tags can be read through these non-metallic materials.