It is possible for us to scan the UID and then ID print this back onto the surface of the tag. Generally, however, we recommend that you don't. The us...
Whether you require encoding onto your tags or a scan of the UID from the chip is dependent on your particular application. For the vast majority of applications you do not need a UID scan.
Each NFC tag that we sell and many of the NFC tags on the market contain an effectively unique seven byte unique ID.
UTA is deploying passive RFID tags and readers to manage rail cars and components, schedule their maintenance and inspection, and comply with federal ...