RFID CD / DVD Tag, diameter 117 mm

ISO 15693
Dimensions (L x W):
diameter 117 mm

This label is used for marking CD / DVD discs, books, documents and files in libraries .

The RFID tag is equipped with a chip that has built-in memory, divided into 3 sectors.

The first sector stores the device identification number (ID). The second one is a rewritable area that is used by library applications. The third sector is used to activate/deactivate the anti-theft function. This chip structure allows you to protect products from theft as easily and effectively as possible.

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Significantly simplifies and speeds up a process of lending out / accepting materials.

Protects media from loss and theft.

The ability to conduct a simple and fast inventory.

Maximum automation of standard operations.

Improves service by reducing queues.

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