Identec

Since 1982 Identec has pioneered the technology of simultaneous identification of a multitude of tags/transponders co-present in the interrogation field of a Reader using scrambled radio communications.

RFID Systems

Identec

Since 1982 Identec has pioneered the technology of simultaneous identification of a multitude of tags/transponders co-present in the interrogation field of a Reader using scrambled radio communications.

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About Identec

IDENTEC Ltd was created to design, develop and market RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems based on its own intellectual property.

Such systems are used in the identification of people, articles, animals and vehicles and to monitor their movements. They are also used in sports timing events, emergency evacuation analysis (of aircraft or buildings) and team data analysis as well as stock control. The company has been consistently profitable and invests heavily in the research and development of its core technology and in the protection of its intellectual property.

The Directors and staff of Identec consider Quality, Reliability and Customer service as a first priority.

Volume Product is manufactured in P.R.China at our Joint Venture company in Cixi, Zhejiang province, also approved to ISO 9002.

It is the company policy to ship from stock and all products are stocked, in quantity, in England. To safeguard our ability to respond to our customers needs we do not employ a "just in time" supply policy in the manufacture of our own products. We can however, supply from stock to this discipline.

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