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Active or Passive RFID tags

Posted on 2014-03-11
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Hi Team,


I am currently looking to use RFID to my IT Asset Management.

I have the choice of RFID Reader I am going to use, but I am unable to find RFID tags.

It will be used on monitors, printers, computers, etc.

What do you recommend, active or Passive and can you provide a link to a provider who sells RFID tags. (the lower the price the better)


Thank you!
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Question by:Beenardino
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Passive will likely do just fine for IT assets.

Intermec has been around forever, so they're likely a good place to start (I'm not affiliated with them in any way).

BarcodesInc is another source for RFID labels.  (I'm not affiliated with them either).

There are plenty of others.
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