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Contactless object identification solutions for every challenge

Whether it's value-added solutions, labels for any item or special applications - when it comes to high-quality RFID labels, inotec is the perfect partner. We always have the right solution. For every use and every challenge. inotec RFID labels are tested under the toughest conditions and are already in use on millions of items - successfully and reliably.

Individually made, comprehensively tested and guaranteed solution-oriented - simply producing labels is too easy for us. At inotec we make sure that you do not have to worry about your labels. From research, manufacturing and installation, to special training and long-term services.

Always individual and always Made in Germany.


  • Custom solutions
  • Feasibility and durability checks
  • Installation, inventory management and long-term service
  • Special training, courses and lectures
  • Unmatched high product quality

Radio frequency identification (RFID) - How does it work?

Read RFID transponder

RFID transponders have a memory which can be encoded once and locked, or left open and re-encoded multiple times. The memory can then be read out as often as required, carrying the unique identity of the object. In transponders with writable memory, additional information can be saved or data adjusted during use. Basically, a distinction is made between active and passive RFID tags: Passive tags are powered solely by the radio frequency energy of the antenna during the communication process, whereas active tags additionally have a built-in battery.

RFID transponders are available for different frequency ranges:

  • Longwave LF at 125-134 kHz
  • Shortwave HF at 13.56 MHz
  • UHF at 865-869 MHz (European frequencies)

Advantages of RFID technology

The biggest advantage of RFID technology: There is no need for visual contact between the object and the reader. This enables, in addition to a simpler reading of the data, especially pulse readings and acquisitions. Thus, several objects, for example large quantities of marked charge carriers such as reusable containers, can be read out at the same time. This saves a tremendous amount of time for in-store employees as they do not need to scan each bin individually, but automatically and much faster capture using so-called RFID gates. If you are interested in a demonstration of bulk reading, feel free to contact us!

RFID labels - typical application examples

RFID labels can be used in a wide variety of areas. Here are a few examples from industry, commerce, medicine and sport:

  • Vehicle identification Personal identification (eg identity card, passport, access control)
  • Authentication of medicines
  • Labeling of printed circuit boards Textile and clothing industry as well as accessories and jewelery
  • Animal Identification
  • Inventory Management in Logistics, in Libraries and Archives, in Retail
  • Determination of Position in Industry or in Hospital Logistics
  • Time Recording ( eg in high-performance sports)
  • Waste disposal
  • Access and access control