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RFID washable tags will easily complete washing tasks

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RFID washable tags will easily complete washing tasks

The use of RFID plays an important role in the identification and management of clothes. UHF RFID technology is used to realize the efficient management of fast laundry collection, sorting, fully automatic inventory, and clothes removal in the laundry industry, which greatly improves work efficiency and reduces error rate. RFID linen management through the installation of RFID electronic tags, the use of RFID countertop, handheld, fixed readers and other intelligent management modes to automatically identify each management process, so that clothing linen can be better managed. Through waterproof RFID electronic tags, unified recycling, logistics and acceptance are accurately completed, which greatly improves unified management efficiency.

Working Process Introduction

Pre-recorded tag information
2. Dirt classification and storage
3. Sorting and removing the cleaned clothes
4. Generate statistical analysis report at specified time
5. History query

Flexible UHF RFID washable tags have the advantages of autoclave durability, small size, strong, chemical resistance, washable and dry cleaning, and high temperature cleaning. Sewing it on clothes can assist in automatic identification and collection of information. It is widely used in laundry management, uniform rental management, clothing outbound storage management, etc., reducing labor costs and improving work efficiency. It is suitable for harsh use in hospitals and factories Required environment.


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