RFID

At IoT Horizon we can help stipulate the technology that is most suited to your needs.

We can support you in choosing the correct form factor, the memory size, frequency, design, features and more.

RFID technology is thriving, and it can be used for a multitude of applications. These include but are not limited to:

Form Factors

Once you have the type of technology and the application, IoT Horizon can help you specify the correct chip technology.

  • Cards
    We can supply the cards blank white, pre-printed or personalised with data such as (name, dates, unique number).
  • Labels
    Labels are available in different shapes and varying sizes including: round, square, rectangle
    If the label needs to be pre-printed, we can help.
    Primarily used for stock management or retail inventory.
  • Key Fobs
    Basic, Blade, Clam, Tear
    Mainly used for access control when identification is not needed
  • Wristbands
    RFID technology can offer cashless payments across your event, reduce queue times and provide more efficient entry control whilst improving security. We offer a full and customisable range of RFID wristbands with materials such as: Silicone, Velcro, Watch Strap, Disposable, Tyvek, Vinyl
  • Tags PVC, PET, Dome, Laundry, On-Metal, ABS

We can help with the style, design and technology you will need. Please get in touch.

Form Factors
RFID Readers

RFID Readers

Like cards, we can offer smart readers including contact, contactless and dual interface readers.

Readers are available in different styles - pin pad readers, desktop, handheld, fixed or in its simplest form as a reader board. They may be used for a simple desktop application or a physical access reader. Would you be interested in an access control reader that can work with both RFID cards and mobile phones? There are readers that will work with say a Paxton Access control system that can read more than just proprietary cards allowing you to future proof your investment.

We can help with embedded readers as well that you might need in a machine to validate consumables or make sure the right tool is being used on the right material.

In manufacturing environments, a reader might be part of a gate, so you can capture data from a tag.

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