GAO RFID, Inc.
Scarborough, ON M1B2K4 CAN
RF Spectrum Analyzer operates from 9 kHz to 3 GHz.
Designed to test and troubleshoot wireless networks, Model A0070002 uses locked-phase local and all-digitized medium frequency processing technologies. Unit provides resolution bandwidth of 100 Hz to 1 MHz at accuracy of -Read More »
Visual Fault Locator measures single- and multi-mode fiber.
With measurement range up to 5 km, Model A0870002 performs end-to-end fiber identification, detecting breaks and micro-bends, even through jacketed fibers. Unit offers wavelengths from 640-660 nm and spectral width of less than 5 nm. Optical connectors include FC and Universal 2.5 mm adapters. Operating for 30 hours with single battery charge, Model A0870002 is suited for fiber optic network...Read More »
E1/Ethernet Tester provides touchscreen-based operation.
As test tool for E1, V port, and Gigabit Ethernet link maintenance and failure diagnosis, dustproof model A0050004 conducts 50 bps to 2,048 kbps error testing and tests over multiple V ports. Rechargeable Lithium battery delivers up to 7 hr continuous operation, and 2 GB SD card is included for data storage. Portable unit covers tests for cable, traffic error code, connectivity, RFC2544...Read More »
Digital Signal Level Meter operates from 5-870 MHz.
Featuring automatic channel power, Model A0N00010 conducts measurements of digital-analog-mixed networks and performs Tilt, C/N, voltage, MER, BER, and V /A tests. Handheld unit provides bandwidth of 0.28-9.99 MHz and signal level measurement range of 30-120 dB-µV at level precision of -Read More »
RFID Reader Antenna is designed for item-level deployments.
Intended for applications requiring reliability and constrained read zone, model 326001 operates from 865-954 MHz for both North America and Europe. Effective operating (read) distance is 7.5 cm max, and design exhibits immunity to RF-transmission limiting effects of items such as liquids, powders, and metallic packaging. Product depends on weakening far-field gain to minimize stray reads and...Read More »
Active RFID Tag utilizes dual frequencies.
Using 433 MHz for data reception and 916 MHz, 927 MHz, or 868 MHz for data transmission, Model 127007 is suited for asset tracking and monitoring, inventory control, and warehousing. Transmission range is up to 45 m and receiving range is up to 30 m. Ultra-high-frequency device includes automatic wake-up function and uses anti-collision algorithm for simultaneous read capability. Powered by 3 V...Read More »
Handheld Network Tester combines TDR and DMM functionality.
Integrating functionality of Time Domain Reflectometer (TDR) and Digital Multi-Meter (DMM), model 321 portable network tester is suited for installation and maintenance of xDSL networks. Functionality encompasses network layer testing, cable length/break testing to 150 m, PPPoE dialing, DMM tests, and wiring diagram testing. Additional tests include AC/DC voltage, line capacitance, and line...Read More »
Active 433 MHz RFID Fluid Sensor Tag
Toronto, Canada - GAO RFID Inc. (www.GAORFID.com) is offering this active RFID fluid sensor tag used in such areas as ceiling mounted pipes, vulnerable floors, water delivery systems and air conditioning units. Featuring a thin-film leak senor, it can easily be applied to floors, walls, or even wrapped around pipes. The captured information is instantly broadcast to ensure real-time monitoring of...Read More »
Rack Door RFID Tag operates at frequency of 433.92 MHz.
Model 124048, high-frequency RFID tag installs on door frame to monitor and report on door status, and enables users to track enclosure access attempts. Featuring transmission range of more than 30 ft, unit broadcasts unique ID and door status message every 10 sec, and has battery life of up to 7 yr. Product includes active RFID tag, magnet assembly, and industrial-strength adhesive backing to...Read More »
Contactless Digital Thermometer offers multifunctional use.
Using K-type miniature thermocouple connectors, model 812 takes probe readings and displays temperature measurements in -Read More »