Frequently Asked Questions

What is RFID?

Updated: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Category: RFID

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), in particular RAIN RFID, provides an automated mechanism for asset tracking and inventory management.

Want to take inventory in minutes instead of days? That’s RFID. - Carl Brown

RFID consists of small tags the size of a band-aid. Each tag has a unique identifier. Tags are attached to items. Using an RFID Antenna, 100's of tags respond every second to confirm they are there. Tags can be read through plastics and cardboard to take counts inside packages.

RFID reduces cycle counts from days to minutes. RFID provides supply chain operational visibility. And, it does this all for pennies per item with tags that last forever.

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Includes Wave app, CS108 RFID handheld, Pogi data server access, our starter kit of rfid tags, and an iPod Touch.

Pay just $99/month plus a one-time charge for the iPod of $250. You may provide your own iOS 13 (or later) device in place of the iPod. The CS108 RFID handheld remains the property of SimplyRFiD if you cancel service. You may pre-pay the year for $990 (2 free months).

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