RFID labels are a great way to provide discreet RFID technology to an item without a larger, bulky tag. Like many other RFID tags, these labels store information about the item that they’re associated with. If you’re interested in RFID labels for yourself, then see the full selection below to find one that suits your needs.
How RFID Labels Work
RFID labels work similarly to regular RFID tags. Their main difference is that labels tend to be thinner and far more flexible than more-rigid RFID tags. They can be used in laundry to keep track of loads, or on name tags or other thin objects.
RFID tags work in conjunction with RFID readers. The labels themselves store information about the object they’re associated with. RFID labels consist of an integrated circuit and an antenna in addition to a barcode label. When they come into range of a reader, the reader itself sends a signal to the label. This “wakes up” the label and causes it to transmit data to the reader. The reader then translates the data into usable information.
RFID Label Use
RFID labels can be used in all kinds of applications. These include personnel tracking, asset tracking, industrial logistics, work-in-process monitoring, and more. These tags are especially useful in applications where a barcode is needed, or for applications where the label needs to be thin or needs to be able to stick onto an asset.
RFID Labels for Sale
If you’re looking for RFID labels for your applications, then Gateway RFID has a full selection for you to choose from. We have Datamax-ONeil labels in addition to Omni-ID Flex AI and Intermec Smart Labels. If you’re not sure what sort of RFID label will fit your applications, then don’t hestitate to contact us at Gateway RFID to find out which labels or tags will suit your needs.
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