RFID Wireless Job Management System Application Solution

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RFID (radio frequency identification) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that automatically identifies target objects and acquires relevant data through radio frequency signals.


Short-range radio frequency identification does not require manual intervention, and is not afraid of harsh environments such as oil stains and dust pollution. It can replace bar codes in such environments, for example, to track objects on the assembly line of a factory. Long-range RF products are mostly used for transportation, and the recognition distance can reach several tens of meters, such as automatic charging or identification of vehicle identity.


RFID application advantages



RFID is used in the retail industry. The use of RFID barcode technology makes tens of thousands of information on product categories, prices, origins, batches, shelves, inventory and other information transparent;


RFID is applied in the automatic identification technology of vehicles, which makes the toll gates such as roads and bridges and parking lots avoid the phenomenon of vehicle queue clearance and reduce time waste, thus greatly improving the transportation efficiency and the traffic capacity of transportation facilities;


RFID is applied to the automated production line, and all aspects of the entire product production process are placed under strict monitoring and management;


RFID is used in harsh environments such as dust, pollution, cold, and heat. The use of long-distance radio frequency identification technology has improved the inconvenience of truck drivers having to get off the bus.


RFID application In the operation management of buses, the automatic identification system accurately records the arrival time of vehicles at various stations along the line, providing real-time and reliable information for vehicle scheduling and full-time operation management.


RFID wireless job management system application


1.Conveyor belt sorting


Sorting the goods on the conveyor requires multiple antennas to form an RFID scanning tunnel to increase the first rate. At the same time, the RFID reader needs to access the conveyor belt or other control host. At this time, the use of reusable RFID tags and readers can form an economical and efficient RFID system.


2.warehouse receipt and delivery


When the pallet is loaded and unloaded into and out of the truck compartment and the container, the metal box has a strong reflection on the radio waves, which seriously affects the effect and correctness of the RFID reading. The intelligent RFID reader provides four antenna interfaces to form a flexible scanning tunnel, which effectively improves the reading efficiency and accuracy.


3.tray packaging workstation


The RFID reader installed on the pallet packaging station needs to identify and classify the goods on the pallet in time and link it to the RFID identification tray to form a low-cost solution.


4.over-reading


A fixed RFID reader and a set of antennas form a downward-covering scanning network for efficient reading and writing of large items and trays with RFID tags facing upwards. Especially for forklift operations, it is more convenient and effective.


5.manual mobile work


Manually moving jobs requires specifying items and completing a series of jobs. Mobile RFID reader and Intermec by Intermec Intellitag IP3


The 700 mobile computer is combined with a mobile work platform to simultaneously read and write RFID tags and scan barcodes, and process, store and communicate them accordingly. Leveraging the power of the Intermec700, Intermec IP3 can be built with peripherals and systems into PAN, LAN and WAN for different applications.


6.forklift mobile work


Forklift mobile operations are the most important mode of operation for warehouses and logistics centers. The mobile work platform consisting of a fixed RFID reader and an on-board computer is especially suitable for the operation of pallet goods and the reading and writing of RFID tags.


7.Printing and reading of RFID tags


Works offline and performs printing and coding tasks independently.


It can encode and print barcodes, texts and graphics at the same time.

Last update: Oct 18, 2018

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