PU RFID Key Fob/Tag
RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) technology is a communication technology commonly used to identify, authenticate and track objects. RFID key fobs and tags are some of the most popular RFID-enabled technologies that uses radio frequency waves to read and transmit information stored on specially designed transponders or small chips to a compatible reader.
RFID key fobs and tags are typically small and consist of two components: an RFID chip (with antenna) attached to a keychain or tag. The RFID chip contains an embedded microchip and antenna which store and transmit the individual information about the fob or tag or identity code.
The RFID reader sends a query to the RFID chip containing the information to be transmitted; then, the reader receives the answer from the chip. Depending on the type of technology used and implementation, the information can include product identification numbers, item serial numbers and other custom data.
PU RFID Key Fob/Tag technology offers many advantages over traditional identification methods, such as barcodes, magnetic cards and biometric systems. Its use adds an additional layer of security by providing more accurate and faster identification processes, including tracking moving items and improving record accuracy when compared to manual entry. With an increasing number of applications, PU RFID fobs and tags provide an effective way to quickly identify and track items.
Additionally, due to their affordability, PU RFID key fobs and tags are widely used for access control, payment card readers and employee badge identification in businesses, organizations and residential areas. They have been proven to be particularly useful in libraries, museums and healthcare organizations, where individual items and personnel need to be uniquely identified and tracked.
PU RFID key fobs and tags have become very popular with consumers who find it especially convenient for everyday transactions such as shopping and banking, due to its contactless nature, allowing them to avoid touching buttons or pin pads and reducing the risk of infection. Nowadays, it is also being adopted in other industries, including transportation and art conservation. Because of these advantages, it is expected that the demand and use of RFID key fobs and tags will continue to grow.