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AAC supplies several styles of RFID Wristbands that cater towards your event or venue requirements. The five most popular wristband styles are as follows:
For single day use, photo image RFID wristbands offer a cost effective and secure way to identify your patrons whilst also implementing the RFID system you desire. These wristbands are non transferable and can be printed in full colour, incorporate variable data, unique barcodes, microtext and a variety of other additional security features. The RFID inlay adheres to the underside of the wristband, making it very easy to scan.
For multiday use, especially at events and music festivals (as used at Splendour in the Grass for example), woven RFID wristbands offer the security of an AAC woven wristband along with the functionality of RFID technology. The RFID chip is inserted in a plastic saddle or sliding tag, which in turn is attached to the wristband. A woven wristband is ideal for up to 7 day use.
Designed for repeated use, silicone RFID wristbands are transferable which means they can be worn, taken off, worn again etc. This makes it perfect as a membership wristband at an aquatic centre or gym, allowing access to certain areas and facilities, as well as lockers. The RFID chip sits inside the actual silicone mold. Custom print the wristband as required, choosing your desired colour, text and imagery.
A new innovation from AAC, vinyl wristbands with RFID are ideal for either single day or multiday events. Secured with a quality, single use clip, once applied to the wrist they cannot be removed. Custom print these bands with a single colour print, and choose from all the usual RFID chips, including Mifare Classic 1K and Mifare Ultralight.
The newest single use RFID product on the market. These bands are the cheapest available option when it comes to RFID items. Made from a durable Tyvek that is waterproof, tear proof and non transferrable, these bands have the RFID chip laminated to the reverse side.
AAC has written and compiled a large series of articles on these wristbands and how the associated technology is being used in Australia, especially at events. Click here to see our blog section, where these articles are displayed.