RFID PVC wristbands – Mifare® Ultralight 13.56 MHz a special designed permanent snap closure Available in India at MG Super LABS. Chuangxinjia’s waterproof passive NFC tags are designed and manufactured with recognized industry standards relevant to RFID and its markets but most notably for use in the demanding environments to recognize and understand your business’s RFID and NFC needs. The RFID Silicone Wristbands are designed for personal identification applications such as access control for amusement parks, concerts and conferences, recreational venues, museums, exhibitions and more.
The RFID PVC wristbands is available in various colours, can be overprinted with a service or venue logo, for example and can be optionally laser engraved with the tag identity number. Blank white PVC plastic cards in both sides, are the highest quality ultra graphics plastic cards for the most popular PVC card printers: Zebra, Evolis, Fargo, MagicCard, Datacard, NBS, Nizca and others. The printers can read, write, and print labels that have an embedded RFID transponder.
Pure PVC cards to be compliant with ISO standards for maximum durability applications, to be dust-free, and to have smooth edges, giving you better print quality every time. RFID An EPC RFID tag used for Wal-Mart RFID is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. RFID Systems consist of a transponder, also known as a tag, which is basically a microchip connected to an antenna.
RFID is similar to barcode systems in which data, such as a price, is accessed when the barcode is read. The main difference is that the barcode must come in direct contact to an optical scanner/reader and the RFID tag can transmit to the reader via radio waves and does not have to be in direct contact. This gives RFID tags a distinct advantage over optically read items, such as barcodes, which would be useless under similar conditions. RFID tags consist of a microchip connected to an antenna, which is constructed of a small coil of wires.
RFID tags can be manufactured in several different shapes and sizes depending on the type of application in which they will be used. The FCC of the US government determines the limits on power output of RFID systems as well as the different radio frequencies that can be used. The communication range between the RFID tag and the reader depends on the frequency, the antenna size of the tag, the antenna size of the reader, and the output power. Label printing is one of the fastest growing segments of the printing industry using RFID technology.