860 ~ 960 MHz. Gen 2 RFID Reader / Writer with Built-in Antenna


860 ~ 960 MHz. Gen 2 RFID Reader / Writer with Built-in Antenna - Request Further Information About this Product

860 ~ 960 MHz. Gen 2 RFID Reader / Writer with Built-in Antenna - Overview:

This integrative Gen2 RFID Reader/Writer is an all-in-one device which has diversified features including RF module, digital signal management, I/O ports, Built-in antenna (gain adjustable) and RS-232 + Wiegand interface + RS485. It supports ISO18000-6B, EPC Class 1, EPC Class 1 GEN 2 and EPC standard.

 

860 ~ 960 MHz. Gen 2 RFID Reader / Writer with Built-in Antenna - Application Usage:

Warehousing, Parking System, Distribution, Shop Floor, Harsh Manufacturing or Processing Environments, Outdoors.

 

860 ~ 960 MHz. Gen 2 RFID Reader / Writer with Built-in Antenna - Specifications:

Frequency: 860MHz~960MHz
Technical Certificates: RoHS, CE, FCC, EPC Gen2 Certification, ISO 18000-6B
Operating Method: FHSS or fixed frequency (selectable by software)
Antenna Compatibility: Built-in 7dBi antenna
Max of RF Power: 30dBm
RF Power Range: 20~30dBm (selectable by software)
Tag Identifying Modes: Timer, external trigger, and software trigger
Tag identifying Speed: < 8ms
Read/Write Distance: < 4M (tags dependent)
Multi-Detection: Yes
Communications Interface : RS232, USB, RS485, Wiegand 26/34
I/O Interface: 2 x Trigger Input ; 2 x Relay
Status Indicator: Buzzer
Power Requirement: DC 5V
Power consumption: < 5W
Operating Temperature: -10C ~ +55C
Storage Temperature: -20C ~ +85C
Size: 240mm (L) 240mm (W) 70mm (H)
Housing: Aluminum

Additional Feature

Off-line Storage
The device is equipped with a nonvolatile memory chip, which may keep the tags' Ids inside in case the communication between the host (PC) and the device is broken off.

Automatic ID match function
With the inside nonvolatile memory chip. Users may input tags information or database in advance, the device will automatically compare each of the new coming-in tag with the database for the next action (e.g. trigger out via I/O ports, etc). This feature is an ideal solution for the separate application where no host PC is connected.

Internal Timing Design
Built-in timing oscillator which enables the time-stamp feature when testing.