The implementation of rapid inventory of batch assets based on RFID technology

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RFID electronic tag manufacturers share the implementation of rapid inventory of batch assets based on RFID technology

With the rapid development of the economy and enterprise scale, the number of assets of enterprises continues to increase. Faced with a large number and diverse variety of fixed assets, inventory has become a large and time-consuming task. The manual inventory model alone can no longer keep up with the needs of enterprise development. It is necessary to find a favorable fixed asset inventory tool. In recent years, with the development of RFID technology in the Internet of Things, asset management based on RFID technology can achieve automatic inventory of assets. The principle is to attach RFID tags to assets and use RFID handheld devices to read the asset tags, thereby achieving automatic identification and inventory of assets.

RFID technology enables rapid inventory of batch assets
RFID technology enables rapid inventory of batch assets
RFID asset inventory supporting products

1. RFID printers can print asset labels in bulk through RFID tag printers, synchronously write EPC codes and bind asset information data.

2. RFID handheld devices have fast recognition speed and can easily achieve “one to many”. Within one minute, they can quickly read hundreds of fixed assets, complete batch and rapid inventory, and automatically count the quantity. It has a long reading distance and can complete inventory without scanning the fixed asset labels one by one, greatly shortening the inventory cycle and improving inventory accuracy.

3. RFID flexible anti metal tag is an asset tag mainly used for asset management. The surface supports printing or customized printing. It is a flexible and flexible anti metal tag with long reading distance, especially suitable for curved metal assets.

RFID electronic tag manufacturers share the implementation of rapid inventory of batch assets based on RFID technology

1. Bind asset information to categorize and organize fixed assets, and attach corresponding RFID tags to each asset. Enter asset information into the tags and bind them with the tags. Then batch import the tags containing asset information into the fixed asset management system, and set corresponding basic information, such as the department to which the asset belongs, administrator information, and administrator account permissions.

2. Create an inventory list. Select the assets to be counted on the RFID fixed asset management system and generate an inventory list. The inventory list can be created based on the purchase information, department, asset classification, region, administrator, and asset status of the assets.

3. Enable RFID handheld device for inventory. Open the asset management system app on the RFID handheld terminal, download the created inventory list, and import it into the handheld device to enter inventory mode. Point to the area where the asset is located and start inventory. Support batch inventory and achieve a second level inventory of hundreds of assets.

RFID electronic tag manufacturers share the implementation of rapid inventory of batch assets based on RFID technology

4. After uploading the inventory data, the RFID handheld device will upload the asset tag information read to the RFID asset management system. The inventory results can be viewed on the PC or exported to an Excel spreadsheet generated on the handheld terminal for viewing.
5. Generate an inventory report based on the asset tag information read, including the name, model, quantity, location, and other information of the assets, with clear data at a glance. Asset inventory based on RFID technology can achieve automatic identification and inventory of assets, improve the efficiency and accuracy of asset management, reduce the workload and error rate of manual inventory, and is a very practical asset management method. For further information on products and solutions, please contact

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