13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth

13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth - Request Further Information About this Product

13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth - Overview:

The RFID Blue Tooth Paddle Reader provides a smart combination of Interfaces for enterprise IT managers wanting to integrate RFID into their systems. The unit is ideal for the mobile workforce to track and monitor mobile assets and is readily integrated with a wide variety of Wireless handheld PDAs including Symbol, Intermec, HHP, Psion Texlogix, i-mate Jam, Ipaq and many more. Blue Tooth connectivity makes it a perfect retrofit option for businesses that want to add value to their investment in handheld technology.

13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth - Features:

  • Designed for handheld, ergonomic styling ergonomic styling
  • Lightweight portable proximity reader powered by rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Available with ActiveX controls for Microsoft Windows application programmers undertaking software integration
  • Full Read/Write Functionality for compatible tags
  • Can be used in conjunction with Bluetooth GPS location devices for Asset mapping

13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth - Applications:

1Access control, Asset tracking, Warehouse Management, and Livestock tagging etc.

13.56 MHz. RFID HF Paddle Reader w/ Bluetooth - Specifications:


210mm (h) x 70mm (w) x 15 mm (d) (approx.)


135 grams (approx.)

Communication Interface


Reading distance

Up to 12 cm, typically 8-10 cm




High Impact Plastic

Data Rate

~26 kbps (ISO 15693), ~106 kbps (ISO14443)


Internal only

Power Supply

Via USB for high-capacity internal Li-Ion battery recharge

Bluetooth Interface

Class 2 (typically 10m operation).

IP Rating


Operating temperature / storagetemperature

-10 to +60 C

Transponder Compatibility:

ISO 14443, Mifare Type A, Philips ICODE I, ISO15693 -13.56.

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