Innovative RFID products and services.

In addition to the computer-aided development of transponders and reader systems in our in-house application and competence centre in Salzkotten, tagItron has comprehensive process know-how for the manufacture of individual components to provide you with individual and personal support for your problem solutions.

RFID Reader

RFID-READER - write and read

RFID readers, which depending on the type can also write data, generate an energy field of high-frequency electromagnetic waves via a connected antenna, to which the RFID transponder (RFID tag) is exposed.

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RFID antennas - tailored to every requirement

The right choice of antenna is particularly important for a functioning RFID system. Different properties of the RFID antennas are necessary for different areas of application and ideal process optimisation.

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RFID tags - The perfect transponder

RFID tags are small transponders that contain the RFID markings as stored data and transmit it by radio to RFID readers. RFID tags contain the processor, memory and the transmitting/receiving device.

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RFID software - always everything in view

The use of RFID software is possible across industries and applications. Real-time evaluations as well as planning and control tasks can be viewed at any time and from any location with the help of an internet-capable computer system.

The use of the EIC - RFID Gate software is possible across industries and applications and is tailored to the needs of logistics companies.

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Auto-ID systems

AUTO-ID Systems - Automatic Identification in Best Time

An almost 100% readout of all tagged goods in a few seconds enables you as a user to verify and clearly assign the exact number and identification numbers of a customer's goods.

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Development RFID

Development - Individually designed solutions

A system tailored to your individual requirements profile ensures optimum utilisation of your resources in all process steps as well as cost savings by reducing correction processes.

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