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RFID Tagʱ
HY200126A NFC Anti-stolen tag RFID Electronic Library Books Tracking Tag
HY200126A NFC Anti-stolen tag RFID Electronic Library Books Tracking Tag
  • Security solution library books check management

  • Confidential documents files tracing,service authrization

  • Round tag shape, Support encoding customize data 

  • Library access control tracking protection

  • By checking unique ID numbers fast classifying books

  • Identification of large number of tagged books

  • Highly accurate technology with minimum misread

Product Feature
  • HY200126A NFC Anti-stolen tag RFID Electronic Library Books Tracking Tag 

  • Tag Dimension: D30mm*0.2mm  (Aluminum Antenna D26mm)

  • Chip: NTAG213 ( Protocol: ISO14443A)

  • Memory: TID/UID upto 7 Bytes+ EPC/Block upto 144 Bytes 

  • Operating Frequency: 13.0-14.5Mhz

  • FaceStock/Housing: Printable White PET

  • Reading Range: 20cm on Air-Free (depends on reader) 

  • Installation: Adhesive

  • Characteristic: Anti-theft

  • Feature Option: Free consulting and free samples with solution proposal & evaluation, Fast sampling within 2-3days is provided to support ODM/OEM/SKD in order to meet the customized printing including mono/color barcode and text Embossing, laser-engraving, personalization and encoding service

Value Points
  • Imagine a library system that knows where every book is and allows visitors to return and issue books automatically. That dream is slowly becoming a reality as libraries adopt the use of tiny Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags for tracking books and audiovisual items. 

  • Tiny RFID tags can store detailed information about an item, which is then sent via radio waves to a reading device - either a handheld or fixed unit. The technology is used for tracking the movement of goods in the retail industry, but it is making inroads in other areas, such as library management systems.

  • Our RFID Library Labels (or tags) truly support the evolving education industry with automatic data capture and item tracking functionality. Radio frequency identification (RFID) can simplify self check-in/check-out, library article return, product sorting, theft prevention, and queue busting.