RFID HF Libary Tag

RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is the latest technology to be used in library theft detection systems.RFID-based systems move beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security with more efficient tracking of materials throughout the library, including easier and faster charge and discharge, inventorying, and materials handling
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RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is the latest technology to be used in library theft detection systems.RFID-based systems move beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security with more efficient tracking of materials throughout the library, including easier and faster charge and discharge, inventorying, and materials handling.

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Benefits of rfid technology for library

1. Simplify patron self check-out and check-in.

2. Ability to handle material without exception for video and audio rapes.

3. Radio frequency ant-theft detection is innovative and safe.

4. High-speed inventory and identify items which are out of proper order.

5. Long-term development guarantee when using Open Standard.

RFID tag for library books

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Tag size

50x50mm

Protocol

ISO/IEC 15693

Chip

NXP I CODE SLIX

Working Frequency

13.56mhz

Memory

1024 bit

Tag Material

Paper, PET + absorbing material

Reading range

2-10 cm

Working Environment

-40 ~ + 85 ℃

Data retention

10 years

Read & Write times

100,000 times

Functions

For book automation management and borrowing

Use

Pasted on the book backside, for book inquiry and anti-theft

RFID tag for library book shelf

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Tag size

75x 15 x 2mm

Protocol

ISO18000-6C

Chip

NXP G2XM

Working Frequency

915+/- 45MHZ

Memory

512 bit

Tag Material

Acrylic / PCB / ABS

Reading range

1-2.5 meters

Working Environment

-40 ~ + 85 ℃

Data retention

10 years

Read & Write times

100,000 times

Functions

For bookshelf identity, using electromagnetic surround technology to achieve metal resistance

Use

Stick on the bookshelf surface, for book inquiry and categorization


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