Hardware Designed for RFID Systems

RFID Pros and our manufacturer partners offer the best RFID hardware with systems tailored specifically to your operation’s needs. Hardware is an essential part of any successful RFID system. Make sure you’re using the right hardware for your application to gain visibility and business insight.

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RFID Hardware Components

When it comes to RFID hardware, there are 3 main components and each one plays a vital role.rfid hardware

  • Printers which digitally encode accurate, complete data in the RFID tag. Printers can be desktop, high performance, or even mobile. Printers are the first step to tracking, managing, and optimizing assets, inventory, people, and more.
  • Readers that can be fixed or handheld, depending on the application. It really depends on volume, configuration, density, and visibility. Readers give you instant visibility into your operations
  • Antennas work with fixed readers to read tags. They provide the vital link between reader and tag, serving as the conduit that moves data back and forth. Antennas are what allow the communication to occur, enabling organizations to capture, move, and manage critical information to and from every point of business activity.

Another important part of any RFID system is supplies, including labels and tags. Learn more about supplies.

In addition to these 3 components and supplies, there are also accessories that can help you get the most out of your hardware.

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Is RFID For You?

There are so many options when it comes to RFID hardware, and it can be overwhelming if you’re considering implementing an RFID system. But, don’t worry. Our RFID specialists and solutions architects can work with you to identify your specific needs and figure out the best hardware, software, and supplies combination to best fit your needs.

Contact us to speak with an RFID specialist today.

  • RFID Printers

    RFID printers give you the ability to identify, track, manage, and optimize, assets and inventory. Encoding (or printing) on RFID tags is the first step to having a successful RFID system. 

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  • Location Tracking Hardware

    There are several different types of location hardware that allow organizations to have effective real-time location systems capable of capturing data and refining performance.

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  • Handheld Readers

    Handheld readers can read RFID tags faster than a barcode scanner can read a barcode. So, handheld readers will save you time and money. 

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  • Fixed Readers

    With fixed RFID readers, you can quickly and accurately move and track large volumes of RFID-tagged cases, pallets, and items. 

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  • Antennas

    Antennas provide the vital link between the fixed reader and tag, serving as the conduit that moves data back and forth.

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