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2.45GHz Active RFID Reader Uses CMOS IC Technology

Toronto, Canada - GAO RFID Inc. (www.GAORFID.com) is offering an active USB RFID reader operating in the unlicensed 2.45GHz frequency that enables the reader to be used globally. It employs advanced 0.18 micro meter CMOS IC technology allowing for ultra-low power consumption. This optimized RFID reader is ideally suited for use in personnel locating, logistics, warehouse management, closed loop...

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REHAU AG Optimises Its Automotive Parts Production Quality and Logistics with RFID

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, June 14, 2010) - REHAU AG, a leading supplier of premium quality plastic parts for the automotive industry has implemented RFID into its operations to optimise production quality and logistics. Thanks to RFID, the company is able to manufacture individually defined parts for customers instead of being constrained to uniform mass production, and also to ensure accurate...

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Attendance Systems

Biometric Attendance Terminal uses size and shape of hand for verification.

Used for time/attendance and workforce management applications, Schlage GT-400 HandPunch terminal takes hand size and shape measurements and converts them into 20-byte numerical template for ID verification. Recognition is not affected by tattoos, jewelry, fingernails, lotions, dirt, smudges, or dust and takes less than one second. Linux-based platform can reduce buddy punching, manual data...

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Scandinavia's Leading Slate Manufacturer Minera Norge Automates Delivery Processes with Award Winning RFID Solution

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, May 19, 2010) - Scandinavia's leading slate manufacturer, Minera Norge, uses UPM Raflatac ShortDipole and Hammer RFID tags converted by AdhTech, superDAGFINN and portalRFID solutions from ACT Systems Skandinavia to automate the locating and delivery processes of its stone products. Minera Norge's products are used for example in interiors, walkways and floors, and are...

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7 Ways RFID Loggers Can Protect Your Cold Chain Products; Product-Tracking Technology Revolutionizes Data Collection

Highlighting that radio frequency identification (RFID) is revolutionizing data collection trend in food and beverage industry, this paper briefs about the role of RFID dataloggers in supply cold chain validation and asset tracking for ensuring food safety. It states that CAS Dataloggers could provide temperature monitoring and alarming solutions for cold chain applications, and adds that product and process safety can be increased by using their RFID products. Also explained in the paper are features of CAS RFID products such as reduced inventory and shipment losses, portable and easy to use, cold chain compliance, and increased vendor reputation. Paper concludes that food processing plants would be the biggest market for their RFID temperature monitoring products, and points that cold chain transparency and validation are the benefits offered by RFID diagnostic products in food safety testing.

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Identifiers

RF Hospital Bracelets help ensure infant security.

Combining transmitter with soft, stretchy banding material, Safe Place® Bracelets use Smart Sense(TM) Technology to notify staff when bracelet is loose, tampered with, or cut. Smart Sense Technology also detects distance between transmitter and skin, stretch of band, and temperature change. All 3 detection methods, as well as their sensitivity levels can be custom configured at system,...

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Development of First Aviation-Compatible UHF RFID Tag

Successful collaboration between HARTING, Lufthansa and Fraunhofer Institute Espelkamp, April 30, 2010 - The HARTING Technology Group, together with its project partners Lufthansa Technik Logistik, Lufthansa Systems and the Center for Intelligent Objects at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, has developed the first UHF RFID tag to meet the rigorous requirements of maintenance...

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Barcode Scanners / Readers

Handheld UHF RFID Reader targets supply chain systems.

With max read distance of 7 m and writing range up to 4 m, Model 246002 performs wireless transmission and conducts data collection, management, and transfer. Portable reader is compatible with ISO 18000-6b, EPC Class 1 Gen 1 and Gen 2, and ISO 18000-6c compliant transponders. Waterproof and dustproof, unit is suitable for industrial manufacturing, mobile data collection, and supply chain systems...

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Barcode Scanners / Readers

Fixed UID RFID Reader suits admission control systems..

Operating at baud rate of 19,200 bps without flow control, 13.56 MHz Model 213002 supports multi-detection and provides read distances up to 50 cm with max read quantity of 16 tags/s. Reader offers built-in antenna as well as RS232, Wiegand, and MSR ABA TK2 communication interfaces. Encapsulated within ABS case with IP40 protection rating, unit is water and dust resistant and suitable for access...

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RFID Data Loggers and Readers feature miniature design.
Data Loggers

RFID Data Loggers and Readers feature miniature design.

Suitable for cold chain environmental monitoring, CE compliant OM-84 Matchbook(TM) Series features weather resistant design with factory replaceable battery. Each logger can store up to 10,000 readings and is reusable. Using reader and included software, stored data can be downloaded and saved to computer. Built-in LEDs display high and low alarms, indicating whether or not measured temperatures...

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Recorders

Time Recorder offers control over small business payroll.

Model 2400 Time Recorder provides easy-to-read recordings of payroll data to employers, minimizing cases of overcompensation and unearned leave. Featuring lightweight, compact design, it offers auto alignment with top loading and ejecting which eliminates misaligned, hard-to-read recorded hours. Unit also has 4-column time card to record morning and afternoon in/out punches. Backlit LCD and music...

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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership
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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership

At 3Sixty Mission Critical, we specialize in maintaining the performance and uptime of our customer's mission-critical applications. Our services are comprehensive and designed to take on the entire burden of maintenance. Our "UPS as a service" is just another example of how we develop out of the box solutions to help our customers operate more efficiently; see our video to earn more.

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