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RFID reader
ALLOWS YOU TO RECEIVE COMPLEX DATA FROM ALL RFID TAGS AT A DISTANCE OF UP TO SEVERAL TENS OF METERS

An RFID reader is a device that allows you to read, write, and transmit data from RFID tags over a wireless communication channel.

The reader allows you to automate a wide range of operations for acceptance, shipment, inventory, and accounting.

There are two most common types of RFID readers:

A mobile RFID reader is a device that resembles a conventional classic smartphone with a special built-in RFID module for interacting with tags. Due to its compactness, this type of reader can be easily used by employees in a variety of conditions and locations to obtain an operational flow of information.

Stationary RFID readers

Stationary RFID readers are hardware complexes with a system of additional antennas that are installed at certain control points for active tag reading.

This type of reader are more powerful and allows you to read tags in a given radius around the antennas at the control point.

RFID readers are widely used in the following areas:
  • Logistics centers, warehouses for monitoring and accounting of goods and services
  • Accounting and control of goods in retail and retail chains
  • Banking organization
  • Personnel control systems
  • Industrial sector
  • Automotive industry
  • Information systems, library and archive complexes
Ranges of operation of RFID readers:
  • LF (125 kHz) is the range for near reading at a distance of no more than 10 cm.
  • HF (13.56 MHz) is the range for reading at a distance of no more than 1 m.
  • UHF (865 — 868 MHz) is a range for reading at a maximum distance of 30 m.

Popular data transfer channels for RFID readers:
  • Wi-Fi.
  • LAN or local area network using an Ethernet cable .
  • Bluetooth-connection
  • Serial - 9-pin port for direct connection to a PC with an RS-232 interface
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