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iDTRONIC introduces UHF RFID reader in USB Stick
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Aug '08
iDTRONIC, a leading supplier for RFID Hardware, introduces the new UHF USB Stick for reading and writing all ISO 18000-6 Part B and C Tags. Its integrated configuration software enables it to operate with all the common UHF frequencies from 840 – 960 MHz (EPC Gen2), which makes it usable in Europe, US, and Asia.

IDTRONIC's new UHF USB Read/Write Stick is an easy to handle RFID Reader to be used with USB equipped Terminals and Laptops. Its light weight and compact design, in combination with the latest technology and a robust ABS housing, make it the perfectly suited to a very wide range of identification applications.

Logistics management, track–and-trace, distribution systems, and inventory control environments all benefit from the high performance of this innovative stick reader. Able to operate at temperatures of up to 60°C, it can even be used in very rough environments.

The linearly polarized built-in antenna allows a maximum reading distance of up to 80cm. The USB V2.0 type A ensures reliable, high-speed data transfer. The reader supports data rates to the tag of between 40kbps and 250 kbps, and from the tag to the reader of 40kbps.

The UHF Read/Write USB stick includes a multi-colour LED indicator to easily monitor the reading status. The reader uses the 5 Volt USB power supply, and the power output is adjustable up to 20dBm. Moreover, the Reader offers a reader sensitivity well over 90 dBm.

iDTRONIC develops and sells innovative RFID hardware components for the application areas product identification, data collection and access control.

The product portfolio includes ISO Cards, Keyfobs, Tags, RFID Readers, Mobile & Handheld Readers, UHF Long Range Readers. and Active Systems, iDTRONIC offers a wide range of personalization options for their products. iDTRONIC RFID products are available for the frequencies 125kHz and 13,56MHz and UHF.

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