NFC Tags, RFID Reader, Modules, Access Control, RFID Micro USB

An RFID module allows you to track and identify objects using radio waves. It can read and write data to and from RFID tags, These are commonly used in industries such as supply chain management and access control systems.

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RFID Module

The RFID module is a device that allows for communication with RFID tags using radio frequency identification technology. It creates a 13.56MHz electromagnetic field to interact with RFID tags that comply with the ISO 14443A standard. The module is often used in applications such as access control systems, inventory management, and contactless payment systems.


RFID Reader

An RFID reader, also known as a Radio Frequency Identification reader, establishes wireless communication with RFID tags using radio waves. These readers emit signals that activate the tags, enabling the exchange of information. RFID technology finds widespread application across diverse industries for tracking and identifying items or individuals.

RFID readers are available in portable or fixed configurations. Portable readers, known as handheld readers, are portable devices that can be carried around to scan RFID tags in close proximity. Fixed readers, on the other hand, are permanently installed in specific locations such as doorways or conveyor belts, continuously scanning for RFID tags within their range.

The range of an RFID reader is determined by the frequency used and the reader's power. Low-frequency (LF) RFID readers have a shorter range, typically up to a few centimeters, while high-frequency (HF) and ultra-high-frequency (UHF) readers can reach several meters. The choice of frequency depends on the specific application and the desired read range.

RFID readers serve diverse industries and applications, including inventory management, supply chain management, access control systems, asset tracking, and contactless payment systems. They offer numerous advantages, such as faster and more accurate data capture, improved operational efficiency, and enhanced security.



NFC (Near Field Communication) tags, known as NFC tags, are compact devices that employ wireless technology to establish communication with other devices, such as smartphones or tablets, when they are brought into close proximity. These tags contain a small amount of data that compatible devices can read and process. NFC tags serve a wide range of purposes, including contactless payments, access control, smart advertising, and task automation.

NFC tags operate by utilizing electromagnetic induction to establish a connection between the tag and the device. When a device equipped with NFC capability comes near an NFC tag, it generates a magnetic field that powers the tag and enables communication. The device can then read and process the data stored on the tag, enabling actions like opening a website, launching an app, or initiating a payment.

Available in various forms such as stickers, cards, or keychains, NFC tags typically contain a microchip and an embedded antenna. The storage capacity of NFC tags can vary, ranging from a few bytes to several kilobytes, depending on the specific type and intended use of the tag.


RFID Reader Prices in India



125KHz USB RFID ReaderRs.427
13.56MHz USB RFID Reader/Writer with Card & KeychainRs.1370
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125KHz Android Phone MicroUSB RFID ReaderRs.1489
13.56 MHz RFID Reader/WriterRs.2358
RFID Access Control Door LockRs.1480
EM-18 RFID ModuleRs.582



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1.How to scan NFC using Android phones?

  • Firstly. You need to locate the NFC tag of the object that you are scanning.
  • Touch the back of your android device, to where the NFC tag is located on the object.
  • Your android device should open the experience after reading the NFC tag.

2.How to scan NFC using iPhones?

  • Firstly. You need to locate the NFC tag of the object that you are scanning.
  • In case of aniPhone, tap the top of your iPhone to where the NFC tag is located on the object.
  • Upon read a notification will appear at the top of your screen. Tap it to launch the experience.

3.What are the most common use cases of NFC tags?

  • Dog tags: NFC Dog Tag is a simple and robust microchip that can be attached to your dog’s collar. It is waterproof and tough. 
  • Embedded experiences on product packaging: Using NFC tags in product packaging is an innovative step towards smart packaging. One of the best things about embedded experiences is that they can be used as a new sales channel, empowering products to sell themselves. Using NFC as an anti-counterfeiting measure on packaging helps mitigate these problems. 
  • Business cards: With NFC business cards you save your counterpart the tedious typing of your data from the business card. All you need to do is tap the card with your NFC smartphone and your contact details will be saved automatically.
  • Credit cards: Credit cards operate through Near Field Communication (NFC), a technology that enables devices to use radio-frequency identification to establish contact while in proximity.

4.What are NFC labels and readers?

  • NFC labels are devices that have NFC tags embedded in them. Companies can create dynamic interactions with their users with the help of NFC labels in the form of promotional materials, products and other mediums.
  • NFC readers are the active components in NFC transactions. They can read and write cards and tags, interact with NFC phones and enable communication from device to device.  

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