What type of RFID equipment can you use to program an RFID tag?
Where are printed tags used?
Photo : Zuben Bastani explains how Zebra Technologies brings RFID printing and encoding solutions for UHF and HF tags.
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Show Notes (below)
In this podcast we talk about :
Photo : Zebra’s R110Xi printer and encoder
A ThingMagic encoder is placed inside Zebra’s Xi High performance printer to produce a R110Xi that is then used to print and encode HF and UHF RFID tags. You can use use it for case labelling and pallet labelling.
Photo : Zebra’s R2844-Z printer and encoder
A desktop version for HF printing and encoding is the R2844-Z. You can use it for near field scanning of high value assets like jewelry and DVDs. It is also used in the pharmaceutical industry. RFID wristbands are used in hospitals. You can scan patients without having to wake them up. Barcode wristbands are also very popular.
Active RFID tags : Zebra recently acquired WhereNet (here is additional information concerning the acquisition).WhereNet offers solutions for RFID in the Maritime, Logistics and transportation industry which also help secure our harbours and ports.
Links to additionnal topics discussed :
Here’s a great tool to find a printer that matches your needs. You can search by frequency, application, label width, resolution, etc.
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