Label scanning technology is widely used in our daily life, but if this technology is limited by fixed scanning equipment, the scope of use will be greatly reduced. The emergence of ultra-high frequency handheld devices solves this problem , which also makes the application of this technology more and more extensive.
1. Easy to use
Traditional scanning devices are generally cumbersome because they need to be connected to information terminals, which has very high limitations for barcode scanning work, but with the emergence of handheld devices, this situation has been greatly improved. The major change is mainly because the handheld device itself is relatively light and connected to the wireless network, so there are no particularly harsh requirements for the use conditions.
2. High security
UHF handhelds are specially used to scan barcodes. Although they are relatively common devices in daily life, they are sometimes used in projects with strong confidentiality. It is encrypted and stored inside the electronic label, so it has a very good protection effect on the security and confidentiality of the data.
3. Long-distance identification
Normally, the current barcode can only be completed by scanning at a short distance, but the electronic label scanned by the UHF handheld can not only be scanned at a short distance, but also the identified information can be scanned through a high-frequency infinite signal. Long-distance transmission, which can achieve the purpose of long-distance scanning and identification.
Electronic label scanning is the main trend in the development of science and technology. Many problems that could not be done in the past have been solved through this technology, and with the continuous progress of science and technology, more problems will be solved.
Handheld-Wireless handheld terminal adopt UHF RFID technology to realize long-distance data collection, rapid identification, and intelligent management. It has been widely used in logistics, hospital medicine, electric power, finance, public security, education, taxation, transportation, tourism and other industries.