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Mifare RFID tag for garments tracking in textile rental industry
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Mar '09
Mifare technology, a wireless technology based on 13.56MHz, has been widely used in today's high-speed transactions.

Mifare RFID tags and Mifare RFID readers are widely used for access control management, date transfer or identification. Daily RFID has launched series of Mifare RFID tags to cater for the requirement of the high-speed development industry.

1. Mifare RFID jewelry tag for jewelry management
This Mifare jewelry tag, with a thickness of 0.6mm, is designed to automatic Jewelry tracking for market communities, secured storing and other areas. By using this RFID tag with mifare chip, it eliminates the time of scanning individual items and increase the staff productivity by ten to fifteen times. It makes more easy and secure for the jewelry inventory management.
2. Mifare RFID laundry tag for garment tracking and sortation
This Mifare RFID laundry tag is designed for varies applications, including common garment laundry and industry laundry that require a rugged RFID Tag that can withstand harsh environments. It basically meets all requirements in terms of heat, pressure and chemical resistance in the applications of contactless tracking of garments in the textile rental and dry cleaning.
3. Mifare RFID wristband for patient management
The Mifare RFID wristband, constructed from 100% pure non-allergenic silicone, not only save the time of patient tracking but also give patients more privacy. It is waterproof and heat-resistant, reusable after high-temperature sterilization.The RFID wristband reduces medication error, improves patient's safety as well.

Mifare RFID metal tag for metal surface, RFID readers and more other RFID labels for mifare chip have been released by DAILY RFID. Each DAILY's RFID tag has a unique ID code to ensure the security of stored information.

DAILY RFID CO.LIMITED


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