RFID Wristband, Full-Color Imprint
Personalized event experience – right at your wrist!
- RFID wristbands compatible with RFID event software provide attendee tracking, event access security, cashless payments, social media integration and much more
- 13-3/4" x 3/5" woven poly satin wristband includes 1-3/8" x 1" PVC card; wristband also has locking closure
- Edge-to-edge, full-color printing on both sides of wristband. PVC card offers full-color printing on front and the UID and Security code printed on back, if desired
- PVC card comes embedded with RFID chip. Sample will contain Mifare Ultralight C inlay which is compatible with most major event software
- Additional chips available upon request for production orders: Ultralight EV1, NTAG, NXP, I Code, Fudan
- UID and security codes printed on back side of card
- As low as $0.62/each; 12-day production time for up to 5,000 bands; add 1 day per additional 3,000
RFID wristbands compatible with RFID event software provide a seamless on-site experience which includes attendee tracking, event access control, cashless payments, social integration and much more.
Each RFID tag or card on the wristband has a unique serial number which is stored electronically within it. When the RFID reader at check-in scans a tag wristband, the reader sends an encoded radio signal to the wristband, which responds with the stored identification code. Each RFID tag is uniquely coded in your event’s RFID database and cannot be cloned, so any counterfeit tags are instantly detected.
With RFID technology you’ll not only stop ticket fraud, but also get attendees into your event faster with quick scanning, speed up transactions by allowing them to pay with wristbands, and even improve marketing with post-event attendee communication.
Frequently Asked Questions about RFID
What is RFID?
RFID stands for "Radio Frequency Identification." Working similarly to a barcode, RFID badges or wristbands can be scanned to track attendees at an event—but there are many advantages to using RFID over barcodes (see below).
What is an RFID tag?
An RFID tag consists of a microchip and an antenna. An RFID scanner will send out a radio signal which is received by the antenna, then the microchip will add whatever data is encoded in the microchip (usually a unique ID number) to the radio signal. The signal is then reflected back to the scanner for processing.
What are the advantages of RFID?
- RFID does not need line-of-sight to scan, unlike a barcode scanner.
- RFID badges or wristbands can be scanned from a relatively long distance, in some cases over 10 feet.
- Multiple RFID badges or wristbands can be scanned at once, whereas barcodes must be scanned one at a time.
- RFID adds an additional layer of security, since the correct setup and equipment is required to scan it.
There are several event management software companies that offer RFID tracking as an option. A quick Google search should provide some good options.
Do you provide software and equipment in addition to the badge stock or wristbands?
No. We only provide the badge paper and/or wristbands, which contains un-encoded RFID tags. So the encoding must be done after it is received by the end user.
|Imprint Area 1||Wristband: 13-3/4" x 3/5"|
|Imprint Area 2||PVC Card: 1-3/8" x 1"|
|Material||PVC Card and Satin Polyester|
|Imprint Method||Dye Sublimation|