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Frequently Asked Questions

Explore our collection of commonly asked questions to get a better understanding of our RFID solutions and how they can benefit your business. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, feel free to contact our team for assistance.

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What is an RFID tag? 

An RFID tag is a small device that contains an integrated circuit and an antenna, used to transmit and store data. They are used in various applications, such as inventory tracking, asset management, and supply chain management, to enable contactless and efficient data exchange with RFID readers.

Are there different types of RFID tags? 

Yes, there are two main types of RFID tags: active and passive, but there are also many different variations of each of these. The choice of tag depends on the specific application, read range, and data storage requirements. You also need to consider the environment the tag will be used in. Generally, it’s a good idea to contact an expert to make sure you are getting the best tag for your needs. 

Can RFID tags be read through materials? 

RFID tags can be read through most non-metallic materials, such as plastic, glass, or cardboard. However, materials with high water content, like liquids and human bodies, can absorb radio waves and reduce the reading range. Metal surfaces can also cause interference with radio signals, so you might need to consider a specialised tag in some situations. 

What is RFID tagging? 

RFID tagging is the process of attaching RFID tags to objects or items, enabling them to be identified, tracked, and managed using RFID technology. This technology can provide data about the location and status of tagged items, helping businesses optimise their operations and reduce costs.

How do I choose the right tag for my application? 

When choosing an RFID tag, consider factors such as the required read range, the type of environment it will be used in, the materials the tag will be attached to, and the amount of data storage needed. Consult with one of our RFID experts and they can help you identify the best tag for your specific needs.

Can RFID tags be reused? 

Yes, RFID tags can be reused, provided they are not damaged or compromised. Passive RFID tags can be reprogrammed with new data, while active RFID tags can be reused until their battery runs out.

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