The three most widely available RFID systems offer differences in performance for different application scenarios.
The latest RFID read/write heads with IO-Link from Pepperl+Fuchs offer simplicity and flexibility, due to auto-start functionality that simplifies integration.
The Q300 UHF RFID reader family offers an Ethernet interface and up to four external antennas.
Automation company Balluff, together with partner companies, is developing an encrypted RFID solution based on OPC UA.
In order to choose data matrix codes or RFID for your application, it is important to understand the fundamental differences between the two technologies.
To maintain an overview of its production process, Kabel Premium Pulp & Paper utilises an RFID-based identification solution, with a wireless transmission system.
Pepperl+Fuchs RFID read/write heads with IO-Link offer simplicity and flexibility, making industrial networking more efficient.
Production of the Audi A8 in Neckarsulm utilises continuous wireless identification.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS has developed a multibeam antenna that can be integrated into existing systems and improve their reliability.
The retail environments where products are sold look nothing like the industrial environments where they are produced, yet the same RFID products developed for retail stores and supply chain operations are heavily marketed to manufacturers for production operations.
Automated RFID-based tool identification has modernised production at the SMS group.
The RFU65x RFID system detects tags at long range, recording the direction in which objects are moving at the same time.
The BIS VU-320 is a compact UHF read/write head with IP67 protection features.
The BIS M-4008 is an all-in-one 13.56 MHz RFID reader with an integrated processor and IP67 protection.
RFID technology allows tomato processor Kagome to ensure product traceability, leading to increased efficiency in the production process.