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DAILY RFID launches new tag to track jewellery
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Aug '09
DAILY RFID, a Chinese leading producer of RFID hardware, announces its new jewellery inventory HF RFID tag for automatic Jewellery tracking in retail, wholesale, or secured storage applications. And it is available with oem service, such as custom logo pringting, barcode printing.

The white RFID jewellery tag is right sized at 15mm x 36mm and 1.1mm thick, just the prefect size to add the logo, barcode or number printing, with nearly no affects to its appearance. And the tag is designed with a small hole at one end for easy to attach to the jewelry items.

The 13.56MHz RFID jewellery tag offers read range up to 90cm(3 feet) when it is in a system which also uses DAILY RFID's DL810 reader and antenna, thus reducing theft and loss of precious items.

All you need to do is placing entire trays of tagged jewelry on a customized RFID reading station, and hundreds of tagged jewellery items will be immediately read within a matter of seconds, thus eliminating the need for individual scanning and increasing staff efficiency.

DAILY RFID CO LIMITED


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