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Automatic ID -> RF Identification Systems -> RF ID Systems

RF ID Systems

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Portable UHF RFID Readers track product temperature.

Portable UHF RFID Readers track product temperature.

CAS DataLoggers    Chesterland, OH 44026
Aug 13, 2014 Available in wearable and keyfob versions, both with Bluetooth interface, CAEN UHF RFID Readers collect data from Easy2log© temperature sensor RFID tags. Units can configure devices and download data through packaging and boxes with wireless link. Designed for indoor and outdoor use, readers are compliant with ISO 18000-6C/EPC C1G2 standards, and can integrate with traceability web portal for complete cold chain validation in food and pharmaceutical industries.

e-Paper Replacement transforms materials flow management.

e-Paper Replacement transforms materials flow management.

Omni-ID    Rochester, NY 14615
May 30, 2014 Featuring 10 in. paper-size display designed as build book replacement for large capital goods manufacturing, View 10 combines RFID, infrared, and WiFi communications technologies to drive real-time intelligence to operators at point of assembly while returning advanced analytics to plant management. Each e-tag can be automatically or manually triggered to display custom instructions at different locations on factory floor, and remotely updated as priorities and build schedules fluctuate.

RFID Edgeware Platform provides location recognition.

GlobeRanger Corp.    Richardson, TX 75801
Apr 21, 2014 Complementing iMotion RFID and Sensor Edgeware Platform, Cognitive Location Processing provides algorithms that establish asset location based on collection of data points and process contexts. Solution is suitable when tags are in motion or physical environment is less than ideal. By combining sensor input from multiple sources, awareness or context, memory of past events, and intelligent smoothing, solution determines what is happening in physical world when faced with uncertain sensory input.

UHF RFID Device features wired I2C interface.

UHF RFID Device features wired I2C interface.

Murata Electronics North America, Inc.    Smyrna, GA 30080
Apr 08, 2014 Operating in 900 MHz frequency band, Model LXMS2HACNF-165 conforms to ISO/IEC 18000-6C and EPC global C1G2 standards. Addition of I2C interface means that data of IC mounted on customer’s equipment and connected to it can be read using UHF RFID-Reader/Writer. Likewise, data in RFID device can be read by IC. Potential applications include management of memory settings of consumer appliances prior to shipping, holding appliance error log data, and recording environmental data.

RFID Technology simplifies inventory, inspection processes.

RFID Technology simplifies inventory, inspection processes.

Columbus McKinnon Corp.    Amherst, NY 14228
Mar 28, 2014 CM Smart ID™ RFID is available as standard on CM Bandit HMI-certified ratchet lever hoists or as option on CM shackles as small as ½ in. When integrated with inventory and inspection management system, this scalable RFID technology enables accelerated inventory tracking and serialization, efficient safety inspections, and accurate inventory and inspection data. Each chip is associated with detailed product information, which is uploaded and stored in cloud for anywhere, any time access.

Silicone RFID Wristband increases event/medical efficiency.

Silicone RFID Wristband increases event/medical efficiency.

DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED    Guangzhou, 510403  China
Jan 03, 2014 Suited for sporting events, festivals, conferences, and exhibitions as well as hospitals and medical emergencies, smart and waterproof RFID Silicone Wristbands-46 series promotes access management efficiency. Reading distance is up to 20 cm depending on reader and IC type, and tag complies with ISO15693 protocols and ISO14443 standards. Working on frequency of 125 KHz or 13.56 MHz, product features replaceable electronic chip and can be customized with colors and logo.

RFID Data Carriers provide up to 128 KB memory.

RFID Data Carriers provide up to 128 KB memory.

Balluff, Inc.    Florence, KY 41042-0937
Dec 19, 2013 Working up to 8x as fast as standard ISO 15693, RFID Data Carriers are suited for track-and-trace applications in automotive assembly lines. IP68-rated units require no external energy supply and have virtually unlimited read/write cycles. Equipped with USB as service interface to PCs, BIS-V controller is available with Profibus, EtherCAT, Ethernet/IP, or CC-Link interface. Up to 4 HF read/write heads (13.56 MHz) or LF read/write heads (125 kHz) can be connected and are automatically recognized.

Long Range RFID Reader captures multiple transponder tags.

Siemens Corp.    New York, NY 10022
Dec 03, 2013 Able to capture multiple transponder tags in production control and internal logistics applications, SIMATIC RF290R 13.56 MHz reader complies with ISO 15693 air interface protocol and integrates into automation or IT levels. Supported connections include Profinet, Profibus, Ethernet, and RS232. Up to 6 antennas can be connected to reader, delivering coverage range up to 60 cm with one antenna and 1 m in gate design with antenna duplexer or multiplexer.

Development System facilitates integration of embedded RFID.

Trimble Navigation Limited    Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Nov 26, 2013 Delivered as extensible development environment, ThingMagic® Mercury® xPRESS Platform combines microcontroller-based motherboard with ThingMagic Mercury6e Series of RFID modules and integrated software development environment built on ThingMagic Mercury C API. Reference design files include schematics, layout files, Gerber files, bill of material, and component data sheets. With platform, developers can bring up fully functional RFID reader in minutes.

Asset Tracking/Management System utilizes RFID technology.

ODIN technologies    Dulles, VA 20166
Oct 25, 2013 Improving asset visibility and control, Check It™ automatically captures information on each RFID-tagged asset and can associate item to person responsible as it moves in and out of storage. This provides asset managers real-time visibility into equipment location and status. Also, reporting tools are provided for analysis of asset usage. Fully customizable system provides automated audit trail for critical assets and can be integrated with existing IT platforms and infrastructure.

Read/Write Head employs both HF and UHF RFID technologies.

Read/Write Head employs both HF and UHF RFID technologies.

Turck USA    Minneapolis, MN 55441
Oct 23, 2013 Designed to communicate with multiple data carriers, Model Q175 supports ISO 18000-6C and EPCglobal Gen 2 Standards and can be integrated into existing production lines. Active read/write head combines antenna and electronics in IP67-rated aluminum housing for optimal use in harsh applications. It also allows direct mounting on metal, and can be utilized at high temperatures or in autoclaves.

RFID Portal tracks assets in interior environments.

Barco, s.r.o.    Buchlovice 687 08  Czech Republic
Sep 16, 2013 Measuring 59.6 x 8.7 x 1.4 in., I-Gate 2.X tracks assets, equipment, documents, files, and people passing through doorways or hallways in interior environments. Portal can be connected to any external UHF-compliant RFID reader and is designed to be used with modular planar Flexiray SF antennas. With narrow horizontal beam width, antennas minimize reading of ambient tags in environment, eliminating unwanted reads. Portal can be customized to any interior design and corporate image.

Embedded UHF RFID Module can adapt to changing tag populations.

Trimble Navigation Limited    Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Aug 20, 2013 Optimized for small tag populations and high-volume production environments, 1.6 x 1.0 x 0.16 in. Micro-LTE has RF output range of -5 to +30 dBm and supports board-to-board as well as solder down surface mounting. EPCglobal Gen2 (ISO 18000-6C) protocol support is standard, while IP-X and ISO 18000-6B are optional. Other features include UART and USB 2.0 control/data interfaces, support for 2 monostatic RF antennas, and two 3.3 V bidirectional ports configurable for input or output.

Guard Tour System targets healthcare facilities.

Guard Tour System targets healthcare facilities.

Detex Corp.    New Braunfels, TX 78130
Jul 22, 2013 Performing guard tour verification and other data collection tasks, GCS® ProxiPen System is suitable for security rounds as well as daily inspections and preventative maintenance. Proximity technology provides consistently dependable data inside or out, even when weather conditions are not good. Powered by 1 AA battery, ProxiPen autosenses and reads RFID tags whether they are concealed or visible. With TopGuard Patrol Software, users can download and evaluate collected data and prepare reports.

Demo System evaluates RFID and test application concepts.

IC-TAG Solutions, Inc    Bridgeview, IL 60455
Mar 04, 2013 Based on UA1000i RFID Appliance with integrated middleware, IC-DEMO JumpStart Kit enables users to find out how RFID will work for them and experiment with applications, such as tracking IT assets, identifying location of valuable test equipment, and access control for security and membership management. Kit comes with collection of tags spanning variety of types, forms, and vendors. With HyperSage and AnyHost software, users can customize data acquisition mode, timing, and data filtering. 

Middleware integrates RFID hardware into software systems.

Middleware integrates RFID hardware into software systems.

Harting KGaA      Germany
Jan 11, 2013 With HARTING Middleware, customers can operate Ha-VIS RFID reading devices without need for any programming and process transponder-supplied information. Users can choose from wide selection of data formats, such as XML, CSV, or MySQL®, enabling immediate use of information. Middleware satisfies EPC standard ALE 1.1, i.e., it not only reads RFID transponders, but can also write to these in conformity with standard.

UHF RFID Reader Module can read 700 tags/second.

Trimble Navigation Limited    Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Nov 14, 2012 Measuring 1.6 x 1.0 x 0.16 in., Mercury6e-Micro is designed to be embedded in handheld, portable, and stationary devices, such as printers and mobile computers. Unit offers 2 antenna ports and supports ability to transmit up to +30 dBm (1 W) of power. In addition to support for EPCglobal Gen2 protocol, module features -70 dBm receive sensitivity, UART and USB 2.0 control/data interfaces, and two 3.3 V bidirectional ports configurable as input or output ports.

Inventory Management System keeps track of X-ray garments.

Burlington Medical Supplies    Newport News, VA 23603
Oct 23, 2012 Via RFID-enabled tablet, Burlington Apron Inventory Management System (BAIMS) lets users read RFID tag embedded in Burlington X-ray aprons, thyroid shields and other radiation protection garments/accessories in order to simplify inventory control at hospitals and medical care facilities. Inspection data for each garment can be recorded, providing complete history of equipment safety while helping manage inventory by maintaining relevant data. Data is stored safely on BAIMS web server.

UHF RFID Reader adapts to changing tag populations.

Trimble Navigation Limited    Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3913
Sep 28, 2012 Featuring fully integrated 8.5 dBic circularly polarized antenna and RP TNC connector to support optional secondary external antenna, ThingMagic® Astra®-EX offers separate read and write levels, adjustable from 5–30 dBm on integrated antenna and up to 31.5 dBm on external antenna port. Reader features fast search mode for fast-moving objects, ability to obtain 128 bytes of data with every tag read, and EPCglobal Gen2 support with anti-collision Dense Reader Mode and anti-jamming functionality.

Sterile Compounding IV Automation Systems support RFID.

Health Robotics    Bolzano 39100  Italy
Sep 24, 2012 Available for i.v.STATION, i.v.SOFT, and i.v.STATION ONCO systems, RFID solutions optimize safety of frozen and temperature-controlled medications and blood/plasma patient doses through continuous monitoring prior to expiration date. Wireless non-contact systems use RF electromagnetic fields to transfer data from tag attached to object, for purposes of automatic identification and tracking. Unlike barcodes, tags do not need to be within line of sight of reader and may be embedded in tracked object.

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