RFID

RFID technology utilizes radio waves to recognize objects from a distance. The construction and operation of the system are very simple. Small devices called tags are installed on objects. Each tag consists of an electronic circuit with stored data and a receiver-transmitter antenna. Data is written to and read from the tags using radio waves generated by an RFID reader, which also contains an antenna.
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RFID technology is used to identify items at a distance and uses radio waves for this purpose. The information is stored on special chips that are placed on objects. RFID tags can take the form of an electronic chip that records and stores data and creates a radio signal, or a receiving and transmitting antenna.
RFID 125kHz card with HDWR logo encoded HD-RPC01 RFID 125kHz card with HDWR logo encoded HD-RPC01
Operating frequency: 125 kHz Material: PVC Finish: white gloss with HDWR logo Chip included: TK4100
2.49
RFID Card, Encoded, 125kHz, White, HD-RWC01 RFID Card, Encoded, 125kHz, White, HD-RWC01
Operating Frequency: 125 kHz Material: PVC Finish: white gloss Device Dimensions: 86 x 54 x 1 mm
1.80
RFID key fob card reader, wired HD-RD70 RFID key fob card reader, wired HD-RD70
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of scanning: light and sound signal Interface: USB
26.16
RFID key fob encoded 13, 56 MHz HDWR HD-RKF22 RFID key fob encoded 13, 56 MHz HDWR HD-RKF22
Operating Frequency: 13,56 MHz Color: blue Material: ABS Device Dimensions: 41 x 34 x 5 mm
1.27
RFID Key fob, Proximity, RFID encoded HDWR HD-RKF07 RFID Key fob, Proximity, RFID encoded HDWR HD-RKF07
Operating Frequency: 125 kHz Material: ABS Color: blue Device Dimensions: 41 x 34 x 5 mm
1.27
RFID scanner in the shape of a USB drive, compact HD-RD60 RFID scanner in the shape of a USB drive, compact HD-RD60
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light Power supply: USB DC 5V
23.76
RFID tag reader for phone HD-RD65 RFID tag reader for phone HD-RD65
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light Interface: USB
26.16
Wired RFID Card Reader HD-RD30 Wired RFID Card Reader HD-RD30
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light and sound signal Readable chip types: EM4100, SMC4001, EM4200, EM4305, T5577
23.76
Wired RFID Card Reader, Elegant HD-RD80 Wired RFID Card Reader, Elegant HD-RD80
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light and sound signal Power supply: USB DC 5V
23.76
Wired RFID Reader Dual Frequency 125 kHz + 13.56 MHz HD-RD30C Wired RFID Reader Dual Frequency 125 kHz + 13.56 MHz HD-RD30C
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz, 13,56 MHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light and sound signal Power supply: USB DC 5V
35.76
Wired RFID Tag Reader, 125 kHz, HD-RD20X Wired RFID Tag Reader, 125 kHz, HD-RD20X
Frequency of operation: 125 kHz Reading method: automatically Confirmation of reading: light and sound signal Reading speed: up to 200 ms
18.96
Wireless RFID Scanner, Stylish HD-RD20XC Wireless RFID Scanner, Stylish HD-RD20XC
Frequency of operation: 13,56 MHz Reading speed: up to 200 ms Reading method: automatically Power supply: USB DC 5V
23.76
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RFID technology utilizes radio waves to recognize objects from a distance. The construction and operation of the system are very simple. Small devices called tags are installed on objects. Each tag consists of an electronic circuit with stored data and a receiver-transmitter antenna. Data is written to and read from the tags using radio waves generated by an RFID reader, which also contains an antenna.
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RFID technology is used to identify items at a distance and uses radio waves for this purpose. The information is stored on special chips that are placed on objects. RFID tags can take the form of an electronic chip that records and stores data and creates a radio signal, or a receiving and transmitting antenna.