RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. Data is stored on a miniscule chip and an electromagnetic reader reads the data on the chip through radio waves. An RFID-chip is used for several applications (from debit cards to food supplies). RFID is also used to track parcels or to follow products through the production process.
We produce cards supporting the most common chips such as the solutions of NXP, Infineon, EM and Legic.
A small selection from our range:
- Mifare Classic 1K NXP
- Mifare Classic 4K
- Mifare Desfire Light
- Mifare Desfire 2K
- Mifare Desfire 4K
- Mifare Desfire 8K
- Hitag 1
- Hitag 2
RFID-tags can also be distinguished on the base of their frequency. We offer LF, HF and the UHF solutions.
HF technology is the most commonly used. It supports high capacity memories and it offers quick data processing. The maximum read distance is usual about 10cm.
The read distance of low frequency cards varies, depending the technology and reader. It usually is less than 45cm. The reading speed is quite slow as well. The low frequencies are used with access control, stock management, anti-theft systems etc.
Ultra high frequency cards have a read distance up to 10m, and the reading speed is faster than HF cards. These UHF cards are used mainly in logistics and retail.