On Dec. 1, 1913, Henry Ford put the first assembly line in motion, thereby creating industrial automation. Today, RFID technology controls automation in many production processes, such as those in logistics, industry and commerce. An RFID reader can identify a transponder-tagger component located on any number of devices, verifying their originality and ensuring they’re installed where they’re supposed to be.
Industrial RFID manufacturing applications for RFID components, including automation, are unique and varied. Today, RFID technology is used in automation to ensure that products are in the correct location and at the right quantity and quality. As RFID technology advances, these same products will be able to “communicate” independently with production facilities, creating a completely streamlined approach to industrial automation or industrial internet of things (IIOT).
Fongwah technology has many examples of incorporating RFID technology into automation lines. From our proximity readers for use in near field applications to proximity readers, Fongwah tech. ensures our readers meet our customers’ exact needs. Our RFID readers are the right choice for many automation applications, with a maximum reading and writing distance of about 3-7 cm.. Because of the wide range of interfaces and operation modes, our contact and contactless readers can provide many options for integration and use.
Fongwah technology has the RFID solutions needed to support multiple aaplications, Our product is helping to bring every customers’ needs into the future by using RFID to increase efficiency and minimize risk.
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