Waterproof RFID plastic PPS Laundry NTag 213 RFID Button Tag,
easy to be sewn in the clothing and textile
Size: dia 24*3mm;
Reading Distance: 0.1~2m
Weight: 0.9 g
Chip: Tk4100, 213/215/216, 1k/ Alien H3, Monza 4
Working Temperature: -50~200℃
Working Frequency:860-960mhz, 125KHZ /13.56MHz/UHF/ISO18000C;
Custom Logo and Size.
RFID laundry tags are small, durable tags that are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of laundry environments. These tags contain an integrated circuit, equipped with an RFID chip and an antenna that communicate wirelessly with an RFID reader to transmit information about the tagged item. They are used to track and manage textile items such as linens, uniforms, and towels in hotels, hospitals, and other large-scale laundry operations. This enables the tags to be read and tracked even when they are embedded in or attached to textiles.
RFID laundry tags are designed to withstand repeated washings and exposure to harsh chemicals, high temperatures, and physical abrasion. By using RFID laundry tags, laundry operations can improve inventory management, reduce loss and theft of textile items, and increase efficiency and accuracy in the laundering process.
1.Inventory Management System: An RFID-based inventory management system could be developed to track and manage laundry items such as sheets, towels, and uniforms. The system would use RFID readers and antennas to track the movement of items throughout the laundry facility, allowing managers to quickly locate and retrieve specific items.
2.Laundry Tracking System: A laundry tracking system could be developed that uses RFID tags to track the progress of laundry items from pickup to delivery. The system could use a mobile app to allow customers to schedule pickups and deliveries and track the progress of their laundry in real-time.
Automated Sorting System: An automated sorting system could be developed that uses RFID tags to identify and sort laundry items based on their type and destination. The system could use a conveyor belt and RFID readers to automatically sort laundry items into different bins or carts based on their tags.
3.Quality Control System: A quality control system could be developed that uses RFID tags to track the quality of laundry items throughout the washing and drying process. The system could use sensors to measure temperature, humidity, and other factors that could affect the quality of the laundry.
4.Asset Management System: An asset management system could be developed that uses RFID tags to track the location and status of laundry equipment such as washers, dryers, and folding machines. The system could use sensors to monitor the performance of the equipment and alert maintenance staff when repairs or maintenance are needed.
Toptag laundry tags are designed to make your laundry experience more efficient and convenient than ever before. Customizd material and size for your different requirements. Contact us for more!