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Label and Nameplate Services - (1340 companies)
Inventory Control Software - (130 companies)...an adequate supply and prevent a costly oversupply. At larger organizations, inventory control systems may integrate inventory control software with fixed or handheld devices that can read or print barcodes and RFID tags. These bar code scanners... Learn More
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RFID Inc. - Developing Custom RFID Solutions RFID, Inc. has been focused as a custom developer of RF solutions since 1984. * Proprietary silicon and intellectual property rights. * ISO standard interchangeable products. * 4 Frequencies - Multiple Solutions. Applications: Tote/Pallet/Carrier ID of Widgets thru Manufacturing Processes. Wafer Identification thru Manufacturing. Mold/Tool Identification. Automated Guided Vehicles. Appliance Shells/Vehicle Body Parts thru Bake Ovens. Gas Cylinder Identification. Laundry Identification. Customer... (read more)Browse RFID Tags Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Extend-a-Read RFID Solution from RFID, Inc. RFID, Inc.'s Extend-a-Read product is based on 433 MHz active (battery powered) anti-collision (read many simultaneously) Tags and a single Reader with whip Antenna thus not necessitating any further external components unless a range greater than 10 feet. is required. Tags simply emit a data signal every 1.8 to 2.2 seconds. The Reader simply receives the Tag data transmission. Hands Free Personnel Identification, Asset Tracking. Placing a Tag on your asset or employee allows you to track... (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Memory Protection Devices, Inc.
RFID Battery Holders MPD battery holders have been powering RFID devices for decades, and we have worked with many of the biggest companies in the industry. We offer some of the only holders for iButtons, which are not batteries but rather RFID devices that are about the same size and shape as coin cell batteries. We are also experienced in powering RFID applications such as toll tags, product tracking, transportation logistics, inventory systems, and asset management. We know the challenges that are specific... (read more)Browse Battery Holders Datasheets for Memory Protection Devices, Inc.
RFID Safety Sensor The RSS36 is designed for application in safety circuits monitoring the position of hinged, sliding or removable guards using a specifically coded, passive RFID tag in the actuator. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to provide a wireless data exchange of a coded identification number between a target (tag, label, or chip) and a reader – a device which transmits an encoded radio signal to the target. Schmersal has applied this technology... (read more)Browse Noncontact Safety Interlock Switches Datasheets for Schmersal Inc.
B&Plus USA, Inc.
Reliable RFID communication Communication between Data carrier and Read/write head is done by inductive coupling, it's possible to read or write surely at the factory automation field where are hardly environment. Also, it has a function of multiple data checking. There are no missing data communication. (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for B&Plus USA, Inc.
Hand Held RFID Wand Reader from RFID, Inc. Hand Held RFID Wand Reader. The Model 3037E is a field proven versatile robust tool offering Bluetooth, RS232, USB, or long range wireless options. Using a standard 9v battery with sleep mode technology, loss of power in the field is never a concern. A vibration upon read feature is especially useful in noisy harsh environments. The power LED will let you know if the battery needs replacing. Bluetooth. Long Range Wireless. RS232. USB. Features. 9 volt battery. Vibration upon read. Sleep mode... (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
High Frequency RFID for Industrial Applications Improve production efficiency, reduce errors and store data. Industrial Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems are a rugged and reliable way to track and document products as they move through the manufacturing process. Unlike the bar code systems used for similar, less demanding applications, industrial RFID systems are designed to withstand harsh environments. Plus, reusable read/write tags allow for flexibility in information and application. ISO 15693 ICODE is an open standard... (read more)Browse RFID Transceivers Datasheets for Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Automatic Vehicle Identification -An RFID Solution Automatic Vehicle Identification - An RFID Solution -. The Extend-a-Read product is based on 433.92 MHz ISO Standard active (battery powered) anti-collision (read many simultaneously) Tags Readers are single piece solutions with ranges from 3' to 250'. Tags simply emit a data signal every 1.8 to 2.2 seconds. The Reader simply receives the Tag data transmission. Hands Free Personnel Identification, Asset Tracking. Placing a Tag on your asset or employee allows you to track, locate, identify... (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Active Tag RFID Product with Replaceable Batteries Finally, an active tag RFID product with replaceable batteries! This 433 MHz product reads up to 400 feet and provides Wiegand, serial or TCP-IP data outputs for easy integration. Designed for vehicular entry, asset/personnel tracking and perimeter security, tres by RFID offers the unbeatable combination of long range and unlimited tag life!. Visit tres by RFID, Inc. or contact us today for more details. (read more)Browse RFID Tags Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|SI1024-868-A-SDK||Digi-Key||Silicon Laboratories Inc||RF/IF and RFID||KIT SOFTWARE DEV SI1024 868MHZ|
|7098748||RS Components, Ltd.||Texas Instruments||Communication Misc||Category:RFID Analog Front End; Function:Communication Misc; Maximum Data Rate:0.848kbps; Power Supply Type:Analog; Typical Operating Supply Voltage:5V; Minimum Operating Temperature:-40C; Maximum Operating Temperature:110C; Supplier Package:QFN EP; Pin Count:32; Maximum Operating Supply Voltage|
RFID is an abbreviation for Radio Frequency Identification, a technology that allows for the automatic identification of objects using radio signals. An RFID system is generally made up of interrogators (readers) that send out radio signals which will read or program transponders (tags). RFID...
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems use radio frequency to identify, locate and track people, assets, and animals. Passive RFID systems are composed of three components an interrogator (reader), a passive tag, and a host computer. The tag is composed of an antenna coil and a silicon chip...
In a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) application, an antenna coil is needed for two main reasons: To transmit the RF carrier signal to power up the tag To receive data signals from the tag An RF signal can be radiated effectively if the linear dimension of the antenna is comparable...
RFID is a means of sharing information by radio waves. RFID tags include an antenna that transmits and receives information. There are two types of RFID tags: passive and active. Passive tags are quite small. They do not have their own power supplies, so they cannot transmit much data...
A passive RFID tag contains an RFID integrated circuit (IC), resonant capacitor (C), and antenna (L), as shown in Figure 1. The antenna and capacitor form a parallel LC resonant circuit. The LC circuit must be tuned to the reader?s carrier frequency for maximum performance (read range). AN830 RFID...
Problem: RFID tags are received on a reel, unwound and guillotined prior to application on to the product. The tags are easily spoilt by static discharges and require good static control during processing. ./080469e5-970d-47df-b198-c7c73f8843ac RFID Tags. 915 Ionising Bars & 935 Ionising...
RFID Implementation. Laying out the basics of RFID technology components, standards, and regulations, this comprehensive guide explains the steps necessary to execute a successful RFID rollout. Books24x7 EngineeringProTM from Books24x7® Having access to accurate...
...and GPS based systems, and whether to use active or passive based tags, it may seem like these systems can be used almost anywhere. However, failures because of a wrong or unreliable system can be very costly - many times in hundreds of thousands of dollars or more. Today, RFID is designed for many...
RFID Security. Revealing the motives of RFID hackers and explaining how to protect systems, this book covers how to prevent attackers from exploiting security breaches, how to protect the supply chain, and how to protect personal privacy. Books24x7 EngineeringProTM...
Despite the benefits that radio frequency identification (RFID) offers, most pharmaceutical manufacturers are still reluctant to invest in a costly, unproven technology. As more data are gathered on RFID's long-term costs and benefits, new smart-tag technologies offer manufacturers an "RFID Lite...
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