13.56MHZ Supply Chain RFID Inlay Tag
RFID Inaly Tag Specification:
Protocol: ISO14443A, ISO15693
Operating Frequency: 13.56MHz
IC type: Mifare 1K, Mifare 4K, Ultralight EV1, Ultralight-C, I-Code SLI(X), Ntag213/215/216, TI-2K, etc Reading distance: 3~5CM
Surface material: Paper, PVC, PET
Dimension: Dia25mm, Dia30mm, Dia45mm, Dia50mm or Customized
Operating Temperature: -40° to +85°C (-40° to 185°F) .
Key Feature :
- Excellent performance in types of materials
- Unique UID code
- Printable surface for thermal barcode printer
- Perfect end product for Supply Chian, Warehous and Logistic, supply-chain managemnet, retail and other applications
RFID Inlay Tag Applications:
- Supply Chain Management
- Distribution Logistics
- Product Authentication, etc
RFID Tag in Supply Chain:
RFID tag technology help you collect , manage and analyze large sums of data. Comparing high labor cost, you also can optimize integration, operation, purchasing and distribution with a lower labor cost via rfid technology.
RFID sticker can quickly account for goods in transit and capture data, and shared these data with other supply chain partners.
Reduce operational costs and Increase revenue is the key objectives of a organization.
The organization can easily mointory how the goods moves in their warehouse via scan the rfid sticker, and can receive real-time information about what’s items in the warehouse, and what’s on its way to the warehouse and what’s been ship to clients, from which help company effectively manage inventory.
It’s impossible to manufacture the goods you need if you can’t acquire the necessary raw materials. That’s what makes purchasing such an important part of the supply chain process. Whether you’re making clothes, fast-moving consumer packaged goods, or computers, you need the component parts to create the final product.
Working with suppliers who have RFID technology gives you real-time visibility over in-stock raw materials and semi-finished materials. RFID also allows you to quickly check whether everything you’ve ordered is in a given shipment, which minimizes the amount of time spent at the receiving stage and helps move items to the production stage sooner.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology to answer to all your supply chain management problems.