Toptag offers almost every RFID reader/writer brand name on the market. As part of our efforts to stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and products, we continuously update and add RFID readers to our website. If there is a particular reader you are looking for, but cannot find, please contact us, and we will help you locate it. You are sure to find what you need here at Toptag, whether it's Wireless Readers, Fixed Readers, Handheld Readers, or USB Readers.
Cellular RFID Readers
HF/NFC RFID Readers
Fixed RFID Readers
Handheld RFID Readers
Integrated RFID Readers
POE RFID Readers
Rugged & Vehicle RFID Readers
USB RFID Readers
Wi-Fi RFID Readers
An RFID device is an electronic device that uses radio frequency identification. In order to gather information from a tag, these devices use radio frequencies. This is why they are also called RFID tag readers.
In a similar way to barcode identification, this technology works. However, unlike barcodes, these gadgets don't require a tag to be scanned or seen. USB RFID readers can identify tags up to 300 feet away instead.
Many modern objects use this technology, including passports, luggage, home appliances, pet tags, smart cards, heart patient devices, car locks, toll booths, retail item tags, and even spacecraft. For businesses, RFID credit card readers offer many advantages over traditional barcodes, despite being slightly more expensive than barcodes.
Without requiring any (or almost no) human input, RFID tag readers can identify an object, gather preprogrammed data about it, and enter this information into a database. Radio frequency waves are used to enable this technology.
RFID-enabled devices typically include a tag, an antenna, and a reading device. Data is sent to the reading device by the antenna and circuit on the tag. A device converts radio signals into computer-processable data. A computer network stores and analyzes the converted information.
Using radio frequency identification devices has several advantages:
Objects can be quickly identified
Faster than barcodes
Multi-item scanning is possible
Identifies an individual object surrounded by other items effectively
Physical scanning is not required
Human intervention is minimal or nonexistent
RFID reading devices have a wide range of applications. The following are some of the most common uses:
Tracking personnel or animals
Tracking inventory or assets
Controlling physical access to areas
Supply chain management
In ID cards or similar smart cards
Preventing counterfeit products, especially in the pharmaceutical sector
The use of RFID devices is more advantageous than the use of barcodes. In addition to being faster and more convenient, each tag can hold more data than a barcode.
Our RFID gadgets are suitable for commercial, industrial, and personal use. In addition to USB and Wi-Fi, our products have additional features for your convenience. The products we sell are guaranteed to last longer than most, and our company offers highly affordable rates for cutting-edge technology.