RF ID Systems

Automatic ID

Firmware-Optimized RFID Modules support autonomous operation.

December 30, 2014

Micro and Micro-LTE embedded UHF RFID modules of ThingMagic Mercury® 6e Series feature firmware that allows for autonomous operation by enabling hardware read triggers and savable configuration settings. Also, functionality eliminates need for users to write and run MercuryAPI development code and simplifies building of RFID-enabled products. Modules can also be configured to start reading and outputting tag data upon power up or change of state of general purpose input (GPI) line. Read More

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RFID Desktop Readers feature intelligent self-tuning technology.

November 19, 2014

Magellan PJM1 Series models MDR-4330AT and MDR-3021AT leverage intelligent self-tuning technology that lets RFID reader automatically adjust sensitivity to achieve optimal performance regardless of number, size, or type of PJM RFID tags being used. While benchtop MDR-4330AT reads tagged items in any orientation and in densely packed containers and offers 43 x 30 cm 3D reading surface, MDR-3021AT is designed for tag encoding purposes and offers 30 x 21 cm directional reading surface. Read More

Labels, Tags, Signage & Equipment, Communication Systems & Equipment, Automatic ID

Real-Time Locating Systems track objects or people.

October 1, 2014

Used to automatically identify and track location of objects or people, Real-Time Locating Systems comprise NSAR-820 Activators, 125 KHz/2.45 GHz NSAT-709 Tags, and NSAR-800/850 gain adjustable active RFID reader/writers. NSAR-820 transmitter provides 125 KHz signal which activates tags. Tags then transmit unique ID along with activator's address ID to 2.45 GHz reader/writers to provide tag's exact location. As long as tags are not being activated, they work in sleep mode to extend battery life. Read More

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Rugged 2.45 GHz Active RFID Reader has IP67-rated design.

September 30, 2014

Operating in global and open radio frequency band of 2.45 GHz, NSAR-800 detects and decodes RFID signals from NSAT series active RFID tags. Data can be sent to remote computing systems from built-in Ethernet and RS232 interfaces; Wi-Fi or Wiegand options are available. While built-in directional or Omni antenna allows identification of active tags from up to 600 ft away, reading range for heavy-duty active tags (NSAT-704) increases up to 4,900 ft in outdoor environment. Read More

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UHF RFID Reader transmits data in bundles.

September 19, 2014

Featuring sealed metal housing for operation in adverse conditions, F190 UHF Read/Write Head can detect several products in container simultaneously using multi-tag reading. Up to 40 tags can be transmitted to read head in single step. Offering typical read range of 0.2–1.5 m, device accommodates linear vertical, linear horizontal, or circular polarization. Reader integrates into existing IDENTControl systems, enabling users to connect to Ethernet/IP, PROFINET, TCP/IP, and EtherCAT protocols. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Automatic ID

Portable UHF RFID Readers track product temperature.

August 13, 2014

Available in wearable and keyfob versions, both with Bluetooth interface, CAEN UHF RFID Readers collect data from Easy2logĀ© 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. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Labels, Tags, Signage & Equipment, Automatic ID

e-Paper Replacement transforms materials flow management.

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. Read More

Material Handling & Storage, Software, Automatic ID

RFID Edgeware Platform provides location recognition.

April 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. Read More