What is RFID purchase management, inventory control and management artifacts
The benefits of using RFID to manage your inventory
RFID is a very important technology under the concept of Internet of Things. In recent years, it has been quite successful in the field of warehousing. RFID can quickly identify and record the quantity and location of items through the wireless identification function, so that the storage operations of many items can be complicated. Simple and efficient.
1. More efficient operations such as cargo identification, inventory data collection, classification and tracking.
2. Record the data of pallets, logistics boxes, stackers, trucks, equipment and working hours.
3. Collect data in the harsh environment where barcodes cannot work.
4. It can integrate smart shelves, automatic shunting machines, and stocking equipment to improve shipping efficiency.
RFID hardware selection focus
RFID tag internal design form to distinguish, can be divided into active, passive
The shape of the reader is currently hand-held and fixed.
Active RFID Tag
Can transmit information at any time, have a long communication distance, can store large memory
Power is provided by a battery embedded in the tag.
Therefore, the use period is limited, the environment is required to be higher and the price is higher.
Passive RFID Tag
Receiving electromagnetic waves transmitted by the reader,
Acquire energy through the electromagnetic induction electric field generated by the card reader, and then transmit the information back to the reader
Therefore, the communication distance is short, but because there is no need to add a battery, the volume is small, the age is long, and the price is cheap.
Work required for purchase
Incoming goods, if there is no barcode or RFID, you need to stick it yourself
Select the inbound warehouse, check the contents of the purchase order, scan the RFID or BARCODE or QRCODE or enter it yourself
Using RFID scanning can quickly build inventory, inventory in the future, stocking out, and extremely convenient
Derived product recycling, or maintenance management, makes RFID more important.
The side benefit is that if the downstream sales base uses the same cloud system, it can instantly analyze the sales status of the products on the channel.