What are the advantages of using rfid technology to realize intelligent file management?

- Jul 20, 2018-

With the development of enterprises and institutions, the number of various information archives has increased day by day, the types of archives have become increasingly diversified, and the storage of paper information has expanded rapidly. The problems caused by traditional methods of file management and technical means have become increasingly prominent. The file storage order is easy to be disrupted, file verification, long time-consuming inspection, and low efficiency of file inventory. In view of the current status of file management, the technical upgrade and transformation of file management is extremely urgent. At this time, RFID technology plays a great role. Using rfid technology to realize intelligent file management can solve the pain points encountered by various enterprises and institutions. What are the advantages of using rfid technology to realize intelligent file management?

First, non-contact data acquisition. RFID technology greatly enhances the ability of managers to collect, exchange and track information stored in the library area. The administrator does not need to open the file box, just need to pass the RFID tag-attached file box in front of the reader, and then display the specific name, quantity, file summary and other information of the file in the box on the computer screen, reducing the manager's The operation link improves the efficiency of the work, which helps the manager to implement the dynamic management of the inventory file. Fast scanning, and one-time data processing is large. The RFID reader can quickly read a plurality of related data information including the location information, the archive content summary information and the like from a plurality of radio frequency tags at the same time. For example, some readers can read data of 200 tags per second, which is more than 100 times faster than traditional scanning methods.

Second, the tag information has a large capacity, long service life, and can be reused. Compared with traditional data storage media such as barcodes and magnetic cards, the amount of data that can be stored by RFID tags is greatly increased, up to 1K or more; the contents of the tags can be repeatedly erased without damaging the functions of the tags. Reusable labeling is possible. High security. The data access of the tag is password protected, the identification code is unique and cannot be counterfeited. This highly secure protection makes the data on the tag difficult to forge and falsify. The anti-pollution performance and durability, the traditional barcode carrier is paper, so it is easy to be contaminated, but RFID is very resistant to substances such as water, oil and chemicals. In addition, since the bar code is attached to a plastic bag or an outer carton, it is particularly susceptible to breakage; the RFID tag is to store data in the chip and thus be protected from fouling.

Third, the size is small and the shape is diversified. The RFID is not limited in size and shape in reading, and it is not necessary to match the fixed size and printing quality of the paper for reading accuracy. In addition, RFID tags can be developed into smaller and more diverse forms for use in different files. Reusable, today's bar code can not be changed after printing, RFID tags can repeatedly add, modify, delete data stored in the RFID tag to facilitate the update of information.

Fourth, penetrating and barrier-free reading, when covered, RFID can penetrate non-metallic or non-transparent materials such as paper, wood and plastic, and can communicate transparently. The barcode scanner must be able to read the barcode at close range without object blocking. The label has the EAS anti-theft function, and the door type channel antenna can well prevent the file loss and realize the illegal take-out alarm function.

Achieving intelligent file management requires not only a complete rfid file management solution, but also rfid hardware with stable performance, such as rfid tags and rfid antennas mentioned above.