1. Quick scan. The RFID reader can recognize and read several RFID tags at the same time!
2. The size is small and the shape is diversified. RFID is not limited by size and shape in reading, and does not need to match the fixed size and print quality of the paper for reading accuracy. In addition, RFID tags can be developed in smaller and more diverse forms to be applied to different products.
3. Pollution resistance and durability. The carrier of traditional bar code is paper, so it is easily contaminated, but RFID is very resistant to substances such as water, oil and chemicals. In addition, because barcodes are attached to plastic bags or over-wrapped cartons, they are particularly vulnerable to breakage; RFID tags store data in the chip and are therefore protected from contamination.
4. Can be reused. Now that barcodes cannot be changed after printing, RFID tags can repeatedly add, modify, and delete data stored in RFID tags to facilitate information updates.
5. Penetrating and non-barrier reading. When covered, RFID can penetrate non-metallic or non-transparent materials such as paper, wood, and plastic, and is capable of penetrating communication. Barcode scanners must read barcodes at close range and without object obstruction.
6. The data memory capacity is large. The capacity of one-dimensional bar code is 50 Bytes, the maximum capacity of 2D barcodes can store 2 to 3,000 characters, and the largest capacity of RFID is MegaBytes. With the development of memory carriers, the data capacity also has a tendency of expanding. The amount of data required to carry future items will increase, and the demand for the capacity of the labels to expand will increase accordingly.
7. Security. Since RFID carries electronic information, its data content can be protected by passwords, making its content less susceptible to counterfeiting and alteration.
RFID has attracted attention due to its features such as remote reading and high storage capacity. It can not only help a company significantly improve the efficiency of goods and information management, but also allow sales companies and manufacturing companies to interconnect, so as to receive feedback information more accurately, control demand information, and optimize the entire supply chain.