RFID strapping tags are a new type of intelligent tag that has been widely used in fields such as pipeline management and tree management. Yanzeo Smart Co. Ltd. will introduce the principle and application scenarios of this label, and explore its advantages and future development in corresponding fields.
RFID strapping tags are based on radio frequency identification technology and are internally integrated with components such as chips and antennas. When the RFID reader is close to the pipeline or tree bound by the RFID strap, the reader communicates with the chip in the strap through wireless radio frequency signals to read or write the data stored in it.
2、 Application in Pipeline Management
Pipeline inspection: By using RFID tags, pipeline information can be stored in the tag chip for easy scanning and reading by inspection personnel. Labels can record information such as pipe diameter, thickness, and material of pipelines, and provide real-time feedback to inspection personnel, improving the accuracy and efficiency of inspection.
Pipeline maintenance: RFID tie tags can be used for pipeline maintenance and repair, recording information such as the time of each maintenance, maintenance personnel, and repair measures. When a pipeline malfunctions or is damaged, simply use a reader to scan the label and quickly locate the problem, improving maintenance efficiency and speed.
Pipeline traceability: By using RFID tags, key information such as pipeline materials, manufacturers, batches, and production dates can be recorded and traced. Once a problem occurs, the relevant information of the pipeline can be quickly traced, accelerating the efficiency of problem tracing.
3、 Application in Tree Management
Tree management: By using RFID tags, information such as the type, age, and location of trees can be recorded on the chip of the tag. When trees need to be fertilized, watered, trimmed, etc., simply use a reader to read the labels, and you can real-time grasp the growth of the trees, improving maintenance efficiency and accuracy.
Forest inspection: Forest areas usually have a large area and require regular inspections. RFID tags can be attached to trees to record their growth, pests, and diseases in real-time. Patrol personnel only need to use a reader to read the tags and query the required information.