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RFID Reader is EPC Gen 2 interoperable.

Suited for supply chain, manufacturing, and asset management applications, GEN 2 RFID reader, GAO 216007 has Autonomous Mode which allows independent operation based on external triggers, timing, or software inputs. Measuring 8 x 8 in., unit prevents data loss by caching RFID tag lists in non-volatile memory, which preserves data even in case of power loss. Manageable and upgradeable reader also...

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Access Control Device uses DSP for fingerprint recognition.

Featuring 16 x 24 mm crown glass finger scanning window, Model FS22 can perform full-match for 700 fingerprints in 1 sec. Full-matching continues to match all fingerprints and return fingerprint that has highest score, minimizing False Acceptance Ratio to almost zero. In addition to Mifare card reader and writer, unit includes Live Finger Detection function for spoof prevention, and can be...

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XF510Cp: Very-High-Speed Marking by Micro-Percussion

XF510Cp: Very-High-Speed Marking by Micro-Percussion

The TECHNIFOR XF510Cp micro-percussion marking machine is the world-'s fastest in its category. It can mark up to 10 characters per second, twice as fast as the preceding generations. It is also twice as compact and has multiple communication interfaces, making it particularly easy to integrate. The XF510Cp is the ideal solution for precision marking applications in mass production: automotive,...

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Healthcare Bar Coding Applications - Beyond Unit - Dose
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Healthcare Bar Coding Applications - Beyond Unit - Dose

The role of bar coding as part of an automated data collection (ADC) technology system in the day-to-day operations of healthcare facilities is the focus of this white paper. It explains the reasons for the increasing interest which is driven not just by pending government regulations on patient safety and privacy, but by other factors including the increasing shortage of pharmacists and nurses, and the constant desire to cut costs. It describes how bar coding technology can address issues such as increasing billing accuracy, tracking patient files, accurately identifying lab specimens, and improving supply chain costs. Critical information about the use of bar codes in hospitals to improve patient safety by ensuring complaince to five patient rights is provided. This paper also highlights other areas beyond medication delivery where bar coding technology can increase patient safety and reduce costs for hospitals and healthcare provider facilities.

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RFID Reader offers wireless data transfer via Bluetooth.

RFID Reader offers wireless data transfer via Bluetooth.

Capable of reading and writing 13.56 MHz RFID tag formats, DL990 uses Bluetooth (Class Two) technology to upload tags' ID to computers/PDAs in real-timee. Reading range is 6 cm, and device continuously reads tags for up to 6,000 times per charge. Palm-sized reader measures 82 x 52.3 mm and is compatible with devices running with WinCE 5.0 or Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0. Applications include security,...

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Fixed RFID Reader/Writer can be integrated into POS systems.

Fixed RFID Reader/Writer can be integrated into POS systems.

Suited for reading multiple tags for jewelry, laundry management, or documents, model GAO 233003 operates in 13.56 MHz high frequency band, offering read/write distance of 30 cm with ISO 15693 compliant transponders. It provides anti-collision and multi-detection capabilities, and comes in ABS metal housing. Measuring 345 x 240 x 20 mm, unit features 19,200 bps N, 8, 1 baud rate, RS232...

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Gen 2 RFID Reader/Writer comes with integrated antenna.

With operating frequencies from 902.7-927.25 MHz, Gen 2 RFID reader/writer (GAO 216003) suits single and dual antenna applications. Reader unit provides port for second external antenna connection. It supports EPC Gen 2, ISO18000-6c, Alien Reader, DHCP, TCP/IP, and NTP protocols. Unit also includes 50 channels, max RF power of 4 W EIRP with internal antenna, 2 inputs, 2 outputs, and Power over...

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Handheld RFID Reader/Writer operates in 13.56 MHz band.

Handheld RFID Reader/Writer operates in 13.56 MHz band.

Suited for access control, asset tracking, warehouse management, and livestock tagging applications, GAO 243013 is compatible with both ISO15693 and 14443A/B protocols. It is equipped with 2 PSAM cards and features 64 Mbit RAM, 16-144 Mbit Flash memory, RS232 data interface, 27 waterproof keys, and operates in -5 to 50-

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RFID Reader/Writer uses Intel's® PXA255 processor.

RFID Reader/Writer uses Intel's® PXA255 processor.

Based on Intel-® XScale(TM) microarchitecture, GAO 243002 portable handheld RFID reader/writer operates in 13.56 MHz high frequency band and features LCD touch screen and 22 key interface. Other features include output audio control, SD slot, IC card slot, GPRS (900/1,800/1,900 MHz), and Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Rugged unit is suited for harsh outdoor environments found in field services,...

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Handheld RFID Reader has operating frequency of 13.56 MHz.

Handheld RFID Reader has operating frequency of 13.56 MHz.

Measuring 24 x 53 x 8 mm, SD Interface read/write RFID reader is designed to be inserted into SD card slot on laptop, PDA or smartphone device. Unit can read and write ISO/IEC 14443A,ISO/IEC 14443B or ISO/IEC 15693 RFID tags. Reader consumes 5 mA, 3.3 V power, and features LED indicator for standby search and data communications. Reading range for ISO 15693 is max 7 cm, and max 5.5 cm for ISO...

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