ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- OnlineLabels.com, a leading seller in blank and printed labels, has recently introduced RFID labels to their product line. The announcement targets new and existing RFID roll users with competitive pricing and selection.RFID, which stands for "Radio Frequency Identification," is a popular label technology used to make "smart," scannable labels for inventory control, asset management, shipping labels, and other applications. They have become mainstays in many industries, most notably in retail, medical, and order fulfillment.
"In the last few years, RFID has emerged as an innovative new market for businesses to explore," explains OnlineLabels.com President, Dave Carmany. "We wanted to expand into this market to offer our customers new labeling options for their companies' growth."
The initial launch of the RFID roll label product line includes six different sizes that are compatible with Zebra® RFID printers that accept a 3" core. The thermal transfer rolls include Alien® Squiggle Higgs-3 and Avery® AD227 RFID chips. All of the labels are compatible with transponders operating at 915MHz and have 800-bits of nonvolatile memory.
"We are expecting this market to grow as more companies discover the versatile nature of this new technology," says Carmany. "Based on that growth, it will be our ongoing goal to follow industry trends and make sure we continue to offer solutions and products that allow our customers to stay in the forefront of advances in technology."
Launched in 1998, Online Labels, Inc. offers one of the world's largest selections of custom printed and blank labels for laser, inkjet, direct thermal and thermal transfer printers. The Company is a privately-held label manufacturer and Internet retailer based in Sanford, Fla. OnlineLabels.com serves customers all over the world for personal and professional labeling needs in a variety of applications. For more information, visit www.OnlineLabels.com or call 1-888-575-2235.Related Links
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