RFID tags can be embedded within normal barcode labels for added extra security
or unattended reading and sorting operations.
By using the anticollision protocol features built into these tags you can scan up to 50 tags per second in a given RF field regardless of the number of tags in the read zone, enabling you to select tag groups by user-defined criteria for more efficient operation. It is also possible to write common data simultaneously to multiple tags.
Tag memory, (1024 Bits),can be factory or field programmed and optionally permanently locked; bytes left unlocked can be rewritten over and over upto 100,000 times.