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- LF 125KHz Card
- HF 13.56Mhz Card
- UHF 860-960Mhz Card
- Rewritbale Surface Card
- RFID Wood Card
- Cashless payment systems
- RFID Blocking Cards
- RFID Keyfob
- RFID Wristbands
- Animal Tag
- RFID Epoxy card
- Laundry tag
- Anti-Metal Label
- RFID Tire tag
- RFID Coin tag/Disc tag
- RFID Label with adhesive
- Self Destructible label
- RFID Jewelry Label
- UHF Washable Label
- Fragil anti-tamper label
- Mifare Metal Tag
- PI(Polyimide) Inlay,PI Tag
- FPC RFID Inlay
- Cartoon RFID Tag
- RFID Security Seals
- Brick Tag (Wedge Tag)
UHF Metal Tag
- Flexible UHF metal Label
- High temperature UHF Metal tag
- FR4 UHF metal Tag
- Mini UHF metal Tag
- UHF Ceramic tag
- Long Distance UHF Metal Tag
- Fabric laundry tag
Smart Card
- Contact IC card
- Java Card/JCOP card
- EMTG97-3 Card
RFID Inlay
- RFID Prelam sheet
- RFID Inlay
- HF Inlay & Antenna
- UHF Inlay & Antenna
- NFC Smart Ring
RFID Reader
- ISO14443A Reader/writer
- ISO15693 reader/Writer
- ACR122U NFC reader
- ACR38 Smart card reader
- Android Handheld Reader
- UHF Handheld Reader
- OP2000 Handheld Reader
- OP3000 Handheld Reader
- OP4000 Android PAD
- OP5000U Handheld Reader
- OP4050 Q4 Handheld Reader
- Industrial Tablet PC
- Industrial PDA OP9908
Plastic Card
Cleaning card
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    ·Fixed RFID Reader,Handheld RFID Reader,USB RFID Reader onsale[2017-4-8]
    ·Choose the right RFID wristband to meet your requirements[2017-4-7]
    ·RFID System Equipment, Supplies, & Hardware[2017-4-7]
    ·RFID tags for animal tracking[2017-4-6]
    ·RFID application in livestock[2017-3-31]
    ·How does RFID Laundry tag Working?[2017-3-30]
    ·Plastic animal ear tags[2017-3-28]
    ·Ear tags are an essential tool in livestock management[2017-3-27]
    ·Livestock ear tags history[2017-3-25]
    ·RFID ear tag application in livestock management[2017-3-24]
    ·Silicone Slap RFID Wristbands[2017-3-8]
    ·Choosing the right RFID Wristbands for you[2017-3-7]
    ·The use of RFID Wristbands[2017-3-7]
    ·UHF anti-metal tag application in harsh conditions[2017-2-22]
    ·FR-4 material (PCB material) anti-metal RFID tags[2017-2-21]
    ·RFID chip EM4123 used in passive UHF read-only transponder applications[2017-2-20]
    ·Ultra High Frequency RFID Standards and Frequencies[2017-2-20]
    ·Battery-Assisted Passive UHF metal tags[2017-2-18]
    ·Class 1 Gen 2 UHF RFID Tags and UHF RFID Security Measures[2017-2-18]
    ·UHF RFID Frequency Regulations[2017-2-17]
    ·UHF RFID Hard Antimetal tag[2017-2-16]
    ·UHF 860-960MHZ RFID Blank Cards[2017-2-16]
    ·860Mhz-960Mhz Micro Passive Ceramic tags[2017-2-15]
    ·RFID Coin tag/Disc tag application in Laundry Tracking Management[2017-2-14]
    ·UHF RFID Washable Tag for Clothing solution[2017-2-13]
    ·ABS UHF Anti Metal RFID Tags & UHF Windshield Tag for car parking,Truck Tracking,vechile tracki[2017-2-10]
    ·ISO 18000 6C/6B ultra high frequency anti metal tag[2017-2-9]
    ·Tyvek Wristbands Offer Access Control and Identification for Every Budget[2017-2-8]
    ·Advantages of RFID Woven wristbands[2017-2-6]
    ·Imprinted,Debossed and Embossed Silicone Wristbands[2017-1-20]
    ·Tyvek Wristbands is the Most Popular Choice Identification and Security[2017-1-20]
    ·RFID Silicone BRACELETS AND WRISTBANDS onsale[2017-1-18]
    ·RFID EM4200 card[2017-1-17]
    ·RFID labels application in library[2017-1-16]
    ·RFID labels,smart labels work and application[2017-1-16]
    ·Full Color Print Tyvek Wristbands[2017-1-13]
    ·The Advantages of Using RFID Custom Wristbands for your Event[2017-1-13]
    ·passive rfid tag, active rfid tag, and semi-passive rfid tag[2017-1-12]
    ·RFID Silicone wristbands application[2017-1-10]
    ·RFID bracelets[2017-1-10]

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            A smart card is a small plastic card containing a computer chip. People use smart cards along with personal identification numbers (PINs) to log on to a network, a computer, or a device. Using a smart card is more secure than using a password because it's more difficult for someone to steal a smart card and learn your PIN than to learn your password.Smart cards are generally issued by information technology (IT) departments in large organizations. To use a smart card, you also need a smart card reader—a device that’s installed in or connected to your computer and that can read the information stored on a smart card.