RFID printers can be a huge boon if you need to print multiple RFID tags for your inventory. While there are larger RFID printers available, though, you can also get smaller, desktop RFID printers for smaller operations. These desktop RFID printers are designed to be small, lightweight, but still full of the features you need in order to integrate and manage your RFID tags.
How Desktop RFID Printers Work
Desktop RFID printers work similar to other RFID printers. They’re designed for areas where space is at a premium, and offer simple printing and encoding for RFID tags. Like larger RFID printers, they communicate with the RFID tag and encode its information to it. Think of it a bit like a normal printer. The printer transfer ink to a page to create a unique image. Similarly, the RFID printer transfers unique information to the tag, and then checks the tag in order to make sure it was printed correctly.
Desktop RFID printers can support both direct thermal and thermal transferring printing. It can also be compatible with inlays from leading suppliers.
Choosing a RFID Printer
If you’re not sure whether a desktop RFID printer or a regular RFID printer is right for you, then consider the space that you have. Desktop RFID printers are meant for areas where space is at a premium. These compact printers are ideal for applications where technical support staff is not available, such as retail instore exception tagging.
If you’re looking for a desktop RFID printer for your needs, then Gateway RFID has a selection of printers to choose from. We have RFID card printers that are efficient when it comes to space, in addition to RFID tag printers that can fit on a table or desk. Give us a call today to find out which of these RFID printers are best for your needs.
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