Wastebin stocktaking system

The ET Mark system supports the wastebin stocktaking process by assigning unique RFID transponders or bar code labels to wastebins, and specifying the wastebin location, type and intended use.

RFID Transponder

Wastebins are most often marked with RFID transponders. Different kinds of transponders are used depending on the applicable RFID technology and type of wastebin.

Key features of RFID transponders:

  • simple installation
  • supporting ET Auto RFID - Automatic RFID identification system
  • supporting ET Manual RFID - Manual RFID identification system
  • resistance to weather conditions
  • reliability
  • long service life
  • possible multiple use.
Bar code labels

Bar code labels can be used to mark wastebins as an alternative to RFID transponders. The most commonly used solution are plastic labels with thermal transfer printing.

Features of bar code labels:

  • simple installation
  • customizable label pattern
  • supporting the manual RFID identification system - ET Manual RFID.
SMOK iPGO application

The SMOK iPGO mobile application supports the wastebin stocktaking process. It can assign unique RFID transponders or bar code labels to wastebins or container, specifying the wastebin location, type and intended use. The app may run on an RFID data collector or a mobile device.

RFID data collector

The RFID data collector is a specialized device that works with our SMOK iPGO app. It has built-in GPS and GSM modules, an RFID reader and bar code reader.

RFID readers for mobile devices

RFID readers for mobile devices

Our RFID readers known as Check USB and Check MiniUSB work with mobile devices such as tablets via the USB port. They support the mobile app SMOK iPGO.

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