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Convert to RFID Tags With Tech Logicís uTagIT
Libraries converting their collection from barcode labels to RFID tags now have a portable, convenient, and cost effective solution: Tech Logic’s new uTagIT tagging system. uTagIT is a portable, compact solution for libraries, meeting their on-demand RFID tagging needs. The uTagIT system provides the convenience and ease of use to encode barcode numbers onto RFID tags. The uTagIT system streamlines the conversion process, allowing library staff to efficiently tag the library’s entire collection.
The conversion process has never been easier. Just place an RFID tag on the RFID antenna and scan an item’s barcode label. Using Tech Logic’s tagging software, the barcode label number is written onto the RFID tag. The ease and convenience of uTagIT enables library staff to quickly convert the library’s collection.
uTagIT comes with a hard-sided aluminum case with a handle and a netbook computer. The system is compact, portable, and light weight. The case can be moved to various locations throughout a library, making it convenient to tag items, whether tagging in a central location or in the library stacks.
Features of the uTagIT system include the following:
- Hard-sided aluminum case with handle
- 13.56 MHz RFID interface antenna with 0.5 – 18 in. reading distance
- Barcode scanner with flexible stand
- Dell netbook computer, including Tech Logic’s tagging software
- Optional external battery that provides an additional 3.5 – 4 hours of battery life
Source: Tech Logic
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