RFID Warehouse Management System – Logistics Enterprises’ Good Partner!

RFID Warehouse Management System – Logistics Enterprises’ Good Partner!

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In the logistics industry, time is vital. If the accurate & effective inventory control and timely delivery cannot be guaranteed, the enterprise may suffer great loss. Then how to realize the high effective warehouse management?Absolutely not the manual management, as you know. Actually, as the RFID technology develops, the RFID warehouse management systems, in other words, the smart warehouse managing systems designed for the warehouse management, occurred, and have become a perfect warehouse management solution! In this article, we would systematically introduce the RFID warehouse management systems and what benefits they have brought. First of all, you can check the following table of contents to get the main structure of this blog: Table of Contents Things become easier if we make the key points clear. You might have known the…
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Hotel Key Cards – Hotel Good Assistant!

Hotel Key Cards – Hotel Good Assistant!

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You may enjoy travel. As we know, during your journey, one essential thing is to book a suitable hotel for your accommodation. After you checked in, the hotel receptionist will give you a piece of hotel key card with your room basic info for the room access and the water & electricity control.What makes hotel key cards own these functions? How do hotel key cards work? Why key cards are taking place of traditional keys gradually? ... Today let's find the answers together! First of all, you can check the catalog as follows to know the main structure of this blog: Table of Contents Actually, the RFID chips embedded in the hotel key cards make the hotel key cards become smart and become a good assistant of the hotel management. So…
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How Does RFID Work?[Sloved]

How Does RFID Work?[Sloved]

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Nowadays, RFID Products have been here and there. We know that RFID products are composed of RFID chips and other objects. As the key part of the RFID products, RFID chips and technology are undoubtly what we should most get known of if we want to get familiar with these RFID products. In this blog, let's learn more about RFID such as its definition, origin, how RFID works, etc.You can see the main structure instantly via the catalog below. Firstly, let's start with the RFID definition. Table of Contents What is RFID? RFID, whose full name is the Radio Frequency Identification, is a wireless non-contact radio frequency waves technology. That is, to read/transfer digital data encoded in a smart label (RFID tags) using a reader, similar to capturing data from…
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Commonly Used RFID Systems

Commonly Used RFID Systems

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RFID systems come in three varieties, low frequency, ultra-high frequency as well as high-frequency RFID systems. They are classified depending on the frequency band they operate in. They can also be categorized as active and passive RFID. What Is The Difference Between The Categories? Typically, there are two major categories in which RFID CARD falls. We have active and passive RFID. The difference in each category depends on the frequency used. Frequency thus refers to how big or small the wave that the RFID system uses is. A low-frequency RFID system transmits less data because it is limited in capacity. But the high-frequency RFID can transmit more data for longer distances and much faster because it is sensitive. Therefore, we have the low, the high, and the hyper-high frequency to…
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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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