Custom, passive RFID labels on every asset, combined with fixed scanners at all datacenter exits provide accurate, real-time
tracking. Print-and-program printers in a central location enable the company to label any new assets immediately with reliable,
custom RFID labels to maintain a complete overview at the click of a button.
Brady can customise its RFID labels entirely so they can fit the needs of any
customer. The L-2588-25C on-metal UHF RFID label with a 3 metre read range can
be supplied to label all servers and flat surface assets. The label is equipped with an
insulation layer to avoid interference between metal surfaces and its RFID antenna.
The label is constructed using a reliable polyester that will stay attached and remain
legible in datacenter environments.
Scanner gates were set up at all exits and entrances to help track server movement
from a central location. Captured data are automatically added or removed from
datacenter inventory lists.
The UHF RFID labels are printed and encoded on site using specialised UHF RFID
print-and-program printers. These enable the ICT-company to equip each RFID
label with a unique number for automated, accurate tracking of any labelled asset.
A custom HF RFID, or NFC, flag label can be added to identify cables with a
smartphone or NFC pin point reader in close proximity. It enables datacenter
technicians to quickly verify which cables to replace, to switch equipment smoothly,
and to access complete source & destination information as well as cable history. In
addition, Brady offers NFC enabled printers to encode and print HF RFID, or NFC,