Mifare 1K Cards for Business

Mifare 1K Cards for Business

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Mifare cards have always been a popular choice for businesses around the world from the day it releases. However, with so many types available such as Mifare 1k cards and the latest release of Desifire EV2 8K in the industry. Which one is better for your needs? It seems to be a confusing task. To help you resolve this confusion, here’s an insight into Mifare 1k cards that are in demand and can also meet the data security needs of your business applications. Before starting the name of the most demanding Mifare cards, keep in mind that for your business operations, the best Mifare option will be the one that meets your requirements, including security, quantity, and capacity of the data the card can store. To know the content of this blog…
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Use Of RFID Tags In Tracking And Identification

Use Of RFID Tags In Tracking And Identification

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Locating and managing important assets is a vital aspect that almost all businesses should consider. Wasting valuable time searching for important assets can result in downtime, which can be quite expensive in the long run. Moreover, it may cause wasted labor, customer commitments, and missed deadlines which are quite fatal for the normal operation of an enterprise. As a result, different companies have tried implementing different ways to address this issue. This includes managing assets by tracking equipment using barcode labels, serial numbers, and spreadsheets. Unfortunately, such traditional methods are slowly losing popularity since they require an epochal amount of labor. Companies have turned to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to address asset management issues. RFID systems utilize electromagnetic fields to transmit data from a tag to a reader. Using…
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Role Of RFID Cards In The Supply Chain Industry

Role Of RFID Cards In The Supply Chain Industry

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A few entrepreneurs believe that Radio frequency identification technology is an unnecessary expense. But when you look at the benefits and how the technology is transforming the supply chain industry, you will understand why businesses must adapt and start using it. Also, other than its use in the supply chain industry, RFID technology reduces operational costs, optimizes capital use, and helps mitigate security risks.  Also, technology plays a critical role in assisting businesses to comply with standards. RFID scanners communicate with RFID tags on items to make it easier to identify and enumerate them. It is a critical solution to logistic issues, that entails moving items from production to storage and to the final consumer. It helps to maintain quality and deliver on agreed-upon services. RFID is indeed a cool…
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Best Application For RFID Cards

Best Application For RFID Cards

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Best Application For RFID Cards RFID Technology is becoming critical in our day-to-day activities. The cards are finding applications in medicine, hotel, and even the pharmaceutical industry.  Besides, the cards are applied in sports such as racing and athletics. In the construction industry, RFID technology is being deployed to manage material while the security sector relies on it to control access to facilities. RFID Cards use the electromagnetic field to identify and track objects. A functional RFID system consists of a transmitter, a radio receiver, and a transponder. When triggered by a nearby device, it transmits digital data that helps to identify an object even when it is hundreds of meters away. RFID cards have enhanced capabilities. That is why they find application in many industries, including pharmaceuticals, warehouses, sports,…
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How to Choose a Smart RFID Card?[5 Steps]

How to Choose a Smart RFID Card?[5 Steps]

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With RFID technology develops, the smart RFID card quantity rapidly increase in the market. As you know, functions of various RFID chip cards differ. Some are used for the access control like the RFID key cards, some are for the interpersonal communication like the RFID business cards, others are for the electrical payment, smart tickets, intelligent management, etc. So it is necessary to choose suitable RFID cards according to your real demand. Well, here is question. How to choose smart RFID cards? In this article, we would introduce you simple steps of choosing smart RFID cards. And you can check the catalog below to know the main structure of this article: Factors of Choosing a RFID Card? Now let’s explore how to choose a RFID card together! How to Choose a…
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What is Magnetic Card and Its 7 Main Applications

What is Magnetic Card and Its 7 Main Applications

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We may usually see the magnetic cards in our daily lives. For example, the magnetic key card for the door access, the magnetic credit cards for the payment, the magnetic ID cards for our personal information storage, and so on. However, do you know their specific applications and using precaution? In this blog, we would discuss the definition, internal structure, classification, applications, and precautions of the magnetic swipe cards. Maybe it will help you with your confusion. Firstly, you can check the following table of contents to take a fast glance at the main content of this article: Table of Contents What is Magnetic Card? The magnetic card, also called the magnetic stripe card or swipe card, is a type of card capable of storing data by modifying the magnetism…
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Types, frequencies and application scenarios of smart chips

Types, frequencies and application scenarios of smart chips

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Smart chips are divided into three types: active, semi-source and passive. Active and half-source built-in power supplies, these two types are larger in size. Passive means no built-in power supply, so it can be very small. Because our company does not make active and semi-source products, we will only introduce passive chips today. Usually we divide the chip into low frequency, high frequency and ultra high frequency according to frequency. Low frequency The frequency of the low-frequency chip is 125KHz. Low-frequency chips are divided into two types: read-only and readable and writable. The commonly used read-only chips are TK4100, EM4100 and EM4200. The commonly used readable and writable chip is T5577. Low-frequency chips are generally used in access control cards, hotel cards and access control machines. There is also the…
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