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RFID Tagʱ
HY130080C ICODE SLIX Non-transferable HF Label for Library Books Tracking
HY130080C ICODE SLIX Non-transferable HF Label for Library Books Tracking
  • Printable adhesive NFC HF rfid tag for library book place checking

  • One time using fragile NFC HF rfid tamper proof tag

  • Brittle self destructive HF rfid tag for bank ticket application

  • Disposable anti fake NFC rfid tag for service authorization

  • HF NFC electronic Library books tracking management tag

  • Suitable for library access control tracking protection,Improves library books circulation,protect the library resources, confidential documents

Product Feature
  • HY130080C Non-transferable HF Label for Library Books Tracking

  • Tag Dimension: 45*25*0.2mm (Antenna Size: 40*19mm)

  • Chip:ICODE SLIX (Protocol: ISO15693)

  • Memory: TID/UID upto 7 Bytes+EPC/Block upto 1024 bits(32blocks*4bytes) 

  • Operating Frequency: 13.0-14.5Mhz

  • FaceStock/Housing: Printable Coated Paper

  • Reading Range: 1.5cm on Air-Free (Depends on Reader) 

  • Installation: Adhesive  

  • Characteristic: Tamper Proof 

  • 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 Added Services
  • RFID Library tag is designed for tracking book inventory in RFID Library System. It enables checked-in and checked-out security in RFID library system, can be integrated with protected Electronic Article Surveillance, and is rewritable.

  • Every object to be identified in the RFID system is physically labeled with a tag. . Whenever a book is issued to any user of the library, the RFID reader will capture the information of that book and compares it with the related information of the book in the Online Public. Access Catalogue (OPAC) and issues the book to the user depending on his identity in the database. If any unauthorized person intends to take the book the RFID reader will immediately respond to that and  make sure that it was not issued. If any body tries to remove the tag it can be        traced with the help of location device.

Application
  • Librarian station management,patron self service station,self checkout kiosk,check items in and out of a library,an all-in-one system in building a smarter library

  • Distribution Logistics,Supply Chain Management,Item Level Tagging

  • Product Authentication,Asset Inventory and Tracking,Baggage Handling and Tracking

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