Solution updated on: 2019/8/7 14:25:01 - by - - RFIDtagworld XMINNOV RFID Tag Manufacturer / SolutionID:2621
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RFID tags which we use are passive, that means that they don't have any kind of battery inside
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The RFID technology is used to identify and track objects using radio waves, while the weighing system measures the weight of objects. Here's a general guide to help you get started:
1. Understand the Components:
- RFID Components: RFID tags, RFID readers, antennas, and middleware (software that manages the data between tags and readers).
- Weighing System Components: Weighing scale or load cells, digital indicators or controllers.
2. Plan the Installation:
- Identify the objects you want to weigh and track using RFID technology.
- Determine the locations where RFID readers and antennas need to be placed for optimal coverage.
- Choose suitable locations for the weighing scales or load cells.
3. Install RFID Components:
- Install RFID antennas and readers in the designated locations. Antennas should be positioned to achieve the desired read range and coverage.
- Connect the RFID readers to a power source and network (if applicable) following the manufacturer's instructions.
- Set up the middleware or software to communicate with the RFID readers and manage tag data.
4. Install Weighing System Components:
- Install the weighing scale or load cells in the desired locations. Ensure they are installed on a stable and level surface.
- Connect the load cells to the digital indicator or controller according to the manufacturer's guidelines.
5. Integrate RFID and Weighing System:
- Depending on your application, you might need custom software to link RFID data with weight data. This could involve programming to associate RFID tag IDs with corresponding weight measurements.
6. Testing and Calibration:
- Test the RFID system by placing tagged objects on the weighing scale. Ensure the RFID reader successfully captures the tag IDs and associates them with weight measurements.
- Calibrate the weighing system to ensure accurate weight readings. Follow the manufacturer's calibration procedures.
7. Data Management and Reporting:
- Set up a data management system to store and process the collected RFID and weight data. This could involve connecting to a database or cloud-based platform.
- Develop or configure reporting tools to generate the desired output, such as tracking the weight of specific tagged items over time.
8. Training and Maintenance:
- Train your staff on how to use the RFID weighing system effectively.
- Establish a maintenance schedule for both the RFID and weighing components to ensure they function correctly over time.