The Omni-ID Ultra RFID Tag achieves a remarkable 135 foot read range. Quote from this review "We were able to read the Ultra RFID tag from 90 feet away using our hand-held reader, and in our stationary RFID reader tests the Ultra was read 135 feet away"
The world's first global passive tag with an on metal RFID range of more than one hundred feet (35 meters). The Ultra passive UHF RFID tag was designed to endure adverse conditions such as rough handling, weather, and temperature changes.
Watch as a customer tests the durability and rugged construction of Omni-ID RFID tags. Omni-ID offers a wide variety of high performance RFID tags designed with durable encasements for applications in harsh environments.
How RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Technology works has been explained.
So, in this video, what is RFID, how RFID works, What are tags, What are the Different types of tags and its frequencies have been explained.
What is RFID?
RFID is technology which works on radio frequency and it is used for the auto-identification to track different objects.
An RFID system primarily consists of two parts from a hardware perspective.
1) RFID Readers/ RFID Antennas
2) RFID Tags
Now, three different kinds of RFID tags are commercially available.
1) Passive tags
2) Active tags
3) Semi-passive tags
This RFID system is mainly operated in three frequency bands (Although others do exist)
1) LF: Low-Frequency band
2) HF: High-Frequency band
3) UHF: Ultra High-Frequency band
RFID Tag Selection is an important part of any RFID project. This video covers important criteria you should consider when selecting an RFID Tag.
Tracking reusable transport containers, tools, equipment and other assets can deliver a quick return on investment by increasing utilization rates, reducing rental costs and minimizing capital expenditures.
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SISTec-Ratibad Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
"Book Tracking System using RFID"
Students of SISTec-Ratibad Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering made their Major Project on a "Book Tracking System using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)" which can be implemented in a library to help ease in finding books' exact location.
Project Mentored By:
Prof. Ankita Jain
Project Made By:
Ms. Hema Kumari
Ms. Sakshi Chaturvedi
Ms. Solanki Kumari
Toll Global Logistics is one of Asia's leading providers of integrated logistics solutions. Toll teamed up with Omni-ID to tag warehouse pallets with its RFID tags.
There are various components you may choose to leverage for any RFID solution including RFID tags, RFID Readers, RFID Antennas, RFID printers and RFID software. This video will cover those various components.
View various options for RFID hardware including RFID tags, RFID readers and others
RFID Malaysia - Concrete RFID UHF Gen2 Tag by EcoSensa****