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RFID tags can cost as little as 10 cents or as much as $50 depending on the type of tag, the application and the volume of the order. Generally speaking, finished smart labels that can be applied to cases and pallets typically cost 15 cents or more, depending on volume.What is the read range for a typical RFID tag?
Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Passive RFID Tags - minimum read distance of over 1 meter or 3 feet. Gen2 tags can have a read range of up to 12 meters or 37 feet, however new generation of IC's plus antenna designs are now pushing this distance to over 15 meters! Gen 2 tags can be either 860 MHz. or 902 MHz. frequencies.How do RFID tags work?
How do RFID tags work? RFID tags work by using a microchip and an antenna to receive and transmit information. People sometimes refer to this as an IC or integrated circuit. The RFID tags comes in two main types: these are passive and battery-operated.What is a RFID tag microchip?
A RFID tag is a means to store electronic data on an item that can be easily accessed later with a RFID reader. An RFID tag microchip can be used for things like tracking store inventory, keeping track of equipment in a large and busy facility, creating automatic payment passes to allow people to go through tolls, and so forth.