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RFID label for Jewelry tracking

2017-8-10 View:
"In today’s tech-driven world, one of the increasingly popular technologies which are widely being adapted in many sectors is radio frequency identification (RFID). It is one such technology that has become too popular within few years as it offers easy ways of security management for organizations. One of the major applications of RFID technology is in money transaction which can be significantly seen at payment terminals where people make use of their RFID cards for paying bills and purchasing tickets. Also, in various applications that are related with security and safety, use of RFID can be seen easily. However, apart from this, RFID based security labels can also be used for the purpose of jewelry management.

Nowadays, RFID security labels and tags can be used in order to carry inventory management process and to avoid unwanted theft of jewelry pieces. For this, devices are just required to be tied with the jewelry pieces and the data related to them is to be fed into computer systems. Now, whenever there will be any need of calculation for the number of jewelries sold, or if there is the need of count of jewelry pieces for inventory management, with the help of data sheet users will be able to carry out management task with ease. Moreover, with the help of RFID tags it will also be easy to keep jewelries protected. 

The major benefit of using security labels is that the RFID tags work without the need of any line of sight for detection compared to that of barcode counterparts where they are required to be to be seen and read by lasers. Also, the barcode system is not only required to be kept clean and free of damage, but the reader devices must also be clean and clear for easy tracking. 

Other than this, there are several benefits that how RFID devices can be very useful for jewelry management. One of the major benefits is that RFID tag systems, whether passive or active, can withstand all kinds of temperature and weather extremes. They are also able to be read from some distance away, making product details easily accessible. Also, only a single tag can store a number of pages of information making incredibly high portability. 


More about RFID Jewelry tags view: http://www.oprfid.com/RFIDTag-RFIDjewellerytag.html


 
     
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