RFID Label Encoding Service
We print and encode the finest quality RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) encoded labels at the most competitive prices. RFID labels are one of our specialties at WePrintBarcodes.com. From small quantities of RFID labels to 1,000 or even 1 million, WePrintBarcodes.com is your source for top quality RFID encoded labels.
All of our custom encoded RFID stickers are generated in accordance with GS1 specifications and standards. They are then verified to insure proper reading of the RFID encoded data as well as any barcode data.
We use high quality 100% tested Alien and Avery Dennison RFID Inlays in our passive RFID labels for excellent reliability and read rates.
In a hurry? No problem, we can encode and ship your RFID orders ship the same day, and remember UPS ground freight is always free at WePrintBarcodes.com.
Looking for DoD (Department of Defense) RFID labels, Macy's, Target, or Walmart RFID compliance labels? Our RFID compliance labels will be 100% compliant with your requirements and will satisfy all of your needs.
Every barcode label we print is put through a rigorous grading process called barcode verification. Our labels are guaranteed unconditionally and we will gladly replace any label that does not scan correctly.
Common Questions and Answers:
|I have no idea how to order RFID Preprinted supplies - HELP!!!|
We are RFID experts and can guide you through the process of ordering custom-printed / encoded RFID labels.
We encode and print RFID labels for the DoD (department of defense) and many retailers including Walmart, Macy's and Target. We can also work with you if you have custom requirements.
We will walk you through the complex process to assure you are in 100% compliance We understand RFID and are here to help!
|What is RFID?|
RFID ("Radio Frequency Identification") is a technology that allows data and information to be encoded on a small chip inside a tag or label to identify that specific label wirelessly from an RFID reader.
When the labeled item is moved within the range of a RFID reader the reader actually powers the IC (integrated circuit) inlayed in the label and wireless reads the data encoded. Typically, the reader will then pass this data to a host computer for additional processing or data basing.
An inlay is the IC (integrated circuit) chip and antenna assembly that is inserted into the RFID-capable label. It is this inlay that when powered by a RFID reader receives, retains and responds with the data encoded in it.
In "passive" RFID technology, the radio waves sent by the receiver to the inlay provide radio energy that powers the chip and allows it to respond by transmitting the data stored on it.
|Can you print/encode from my data?|
Yes! Our technology allows us to dynamically import your data into our software and generate your RFID Labels and Tags.
Our data technicians are highly skilled and can help you create, cleanse or arrange your data for optimal performance.
Our highly skilled data technicians can take your data and translate it into barcode labels. We work with customers everyday to turn their Excel or csv data into barcode solutions that work.Read more about our data services