RFID

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically-stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader's interrogating radio waves.  Unlike a barcode, the tag need not be within the line of sight of the reader, so it may be embedded in the tracked object.

RFID is used in many industries, like product tracking, warehouse management, identification, etc.

Thingple, as RFID expert, developed industrial leading readers and specific tags.

Smart Reader

Compared with common RFID readers in the market, Thingple's smart RFID reader provides the following advantages:

  • Edge analytics support. Thingple smart reader is built with an embedded Linux server, which could be used for own business logic development.

  • 4G/LTE support. Thingple smart readers could be deployed directly connect to SaaS.

  • Support LoRaWAN gateway as an optional feature.

  • Robust design for outdoor usage.

All-in-one Reader

Thingple all-in-one reader combines antenna, reader, and communication modules together in a small box:

 

  • All-in-one design, no need for Feeder cable. 

  • Long-distance Bluetooth support (>20m).

  • Support PoE.

  • Support 4G/LTE.

  • Suitable for forklift, production line which requires less cabling.

RFID tags

 

Thingple's proprietary tags are specifically designed for high-metal, high-complexity industrial environment. Thingple's suite of RFID tags includes a gas cylinder tag, beer keg tag, tool tag, pallet tag, container tag, etc.

Thingple offers the world's smallest UHF RFID industrial gas cylinder tag suitable for gate reading.