RFID Card Readers

We offer a wide range of RFID/NFC Card Readers/Writers from low-cost OEM modules to high-end RFID/NFC Terminals supporting ISO14443 and ISO15693 standards. We talk through RS232/RS485, USB, Bluetooth, GSM and Ethernet interfaces. We enable LED illustration, LCD display messaging and touch screen for human machine interaction. We have for each application the right RFID NFC Card Reader/Writer. If the technical scope is not sufficient, this is not a problem, we can customize the RFID/NFC card readers individually according to your requirements.

How does this technique work?

RFID Card Readers have an integrated RFID chip and can use radio waves to send information wirelessly and securely over short distances. For this to work smoothly, at least one communication partner must be active, that is, he must promote communication. The other partner (e.g. an RFID tag or an RFID card) can work without power supply. This passive part is called a transponder. As a result, information can be exchanged safely and quickly with this technology without further requirements. New data can also be written on the tags with our RFID Card Readers.

Examples of use:

Our RFID Card Readers are used in a wide variety of areas. We offer the right solution for every application. Since we develop the devices ourselves, we are able to work out new variants in a very short time that are individually adapted to your application.

- Access control
- Time recording
- Electric charging stations / e-charging stations
- Cashless Payment / Cashless Payment Systems
- Game machines
- Home Automation
- Machines and devices
- Identification of spare parts
- Process automation

What is the biggest advantage of RFID Card Readers/Writers

The biggest advantage is that the data can be transmitted wirelessly and contactlessly via radio, without even visual contact must be present. With barcode systems, for example, visual contact must be guaranteed for communication to work. The labels must remain unscathed and clean, which cannot always be ensured in the supply chain. The RFID transponders are robust and essential less vulnerable. Furthermore, much more information can be stored on RFID transponders, which can also be overwritten again and again by the RFID Card Writers.

What is automatic identification?
Automatic identification; is a generic name for technologies that can be used to specify objects. Automatic identification is usually defined with automatic data collection. This is used to identify assets, collect information about them, and collect this data on the computer system without manually counting them. The purpose of automatic identification systems is to increase efficiency, reduce data entry errors and to employ personnel for more remarkable tasks than manual counting. There are many technologies under the umbrella of automatic identification. These are: barcodes, smart cards, language identification, some biometric technologies (retina scan), optical character identification and radio frequency identification.

What is RFID?
RFID is short for Radio Frequency Identification. In practice, this term is used as a technology for contactless data transmission. There are many different types of identification, but they all work on the same principle. The antenna ensures that the identification information of the chip can be transmitted to a reader. The reader converts the radio waves received by the RFID tag into digital information and has them forwarded to the computer system, which is useful.

Will RFID replace the barcode?
It can be assumed that the RFID technology will replace the barcode system after a certain time. Barcodes are efficient and inexpensive for some tasks, but they are far from offering the scope and possibilities of RFID systems.

Is RFID New?
RFID has been a proven technology since the 1970s. To date, it has been very expensive and very limited in enterprise applications. Since RFID systems can now be manufactured in larger quantities, prices have dropped significantly. As a result, problems caused by bar codes can be eliminated. Radio waves propagate through many non-metallic surfaces. Therefore, the RFID tag in a package can be read easily, or the tags in the products can be read easily without any visual contact. The serial number stored in the microchip on the labels is unique, i.e. there is no second time this TAG-ID. This ensures a product tracking and control system. Since RFID has existed for so long and is very good, more and more companies are using this technology. Many companies have invested in RFID to benefit from it. These investments generally consisted of closed circulatory systems. When using the same RFID tag types and card readers, the data can be processed across companies. For example, the tags can be described at the supplier and read out at the recipient. The goods receipt can be automatically registered and automatically reported to the supplier. Feedback geben Verlauf Gespeichert Community Der größte Vorteil liegt mit Abstand darin, dass die Daten draht- und kontaktlos über Funk übertragen werden können, ohne dass sogar Sichtkontakt vorhanden sein muss. Bei Barcode-Systemen muss zum Beispiel der Sichtkontakt gewährleistet sein, damit die Kommunikation funktioniert. Die Labels müssen unverschont und sauber bleiben, was in der Lieferkette nicht immer sichergestellt werden kann. Die RFID Transponder sind robust und wesentlich weniger anfällig. Des Weiteren können auf RFID Transponder viel mehr Informationen speichern, die auch immer wieder überschrieben werden können.