With RFID (radio frequency identification) technology, data is transmitted via a radio link to the data chip integrated in the label. "Visual contact" between the read/write system and the RFID label is not necessary.
At topex, RFID labels are designed to take into account sources of interference, ranges, radio frequencies and other influencing factors, such as the adhesive substrate and ambient conditions.
The requirements of the label can be optimised to match your application scenario.
RFID labels have become indispensable in industry in the fields of automation, control and process optimisation, as well as in logistical processes such as container tracking and completeness checks. They are particularly practical for bulk registration of complete deliveries or larger packaging units. Furthermore, these labels are also useful in other areas where identification without visual contact is necessary.