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RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)

Utilizing Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology facilitates the automated recognition of items and cargo containers across industrial production, supply chain management, and commercial exchange.

Our labeling solutions are designed to generate, print, and autonomously affix RFID tags. These tags encompass an RFID transponder, housing a microchip endowed with memory for data storage, manipulation, and erasure, along with an integrated antenna.


Think of it like a super-advanced barcode. But instead of having to scan it directly with a laser, like at a grocery store, the RFID reader can pick up the signal from the tag from several feet away.


Learn why Wal-Mart is starting to use it ...

Starting in 2024, RFID tags will be used on all products sold by Walmart, instead of select product categories.


Read more on our blog

How It Works

Every RFID system comprises an electronic data carrier and a reader. Both components have an antenna for communication of data. Data is communicated via electromagnetic waves. The reader generates an AC electromagnetic field. Two-way communication takes place should the transponder be located within range. The reader can now write data to the chip or read data in memory.

Our Solutions

RFID label reader

RFID label printer

RFID label applicator

  • Reading barcodes

  • Creating and writing EPC codes

  • Checking smart labels

  • Bad tag reject (manual)

  • Reading barcodes

  • Creating, writing and printing EPC codes

  • Checking smart labels

  • Bad tag reject (manual)

  • Reading barcodes

  • Creating and writing EPC codes

  • Checking smart labels

  • Bad tag reject (manual)



  • Contactless Data Transfer: RFID utilizes RF antennae for transmission between transponder and reader, eliminating the need for physical contact and enabling reading through materials.

  • Swift Data Exchange: RF transmission ensures minimal delay between sending and receiving data.

  • Simultaneous Bulk Reading: RFID readers can scan numerous tags at once, even within pallets or containers.

  • High Reliability: Initial read success is nearly 100%, with systems detecting and removing faulty tags for added dependability.

  • Encrypted Security: Data encryption enhances access control by preventing clear text transmission.

  • Resilience: RFID tags withstand extreme conditions, including temperature variations, moisture, and more.

  • Editable and Reusable: RFID chip data is editable and updatable, in contrast to printed barcodes.


Watch an RFID Labeler in Action

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We look forward to speaking with you. A representative will reply to your inquiry within 48 hours (excluding weekends and holidays).

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