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GAO HF RFID reads tag data in the 13.56MHz access range
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Oct '08
GAO RFID Inc. now provides an advanced RFID portable reader/writer (GAO 223005). The high frequency (HF) pistol grip mobile computerized RFID reader/writer is designed specifically to read RFID tag data in the 13.56MHz access range, and can simultaneously perform real-time data transfer to a host computer.

GAO's pistol grip reader/writer can also be connected to other devices to execute applications, and is widely used for warehouse distribution, point-of-sales (POS), or field services.

Specifications for 13.56MHz (HF) Pistol Grip Portable Reader/Writer (GAO 223005):

Transponder compatibility: ISO15693, ISO14443A/B
Display: 240W X 320L pixel QVGA with backlight 256 colors TFT-LCD Touch Screen
Power requirements: 12V DC, 1.5A 4400mAh Li-ion battery
Communications method: USB, IrDA1.1, RS232, TTL
Read/Write distance: Read 0 to 3M, Write 0 to 1.5M
Max read quantity: 20tags/s
Optional interfaces: WLAN Tri-mode 802.11 a/b/g, Bluetooth
Technical certificates: RoHS, CE, FCC, ISO15693, ISO14443A/B
Operating temperature: -20°C to 60°C
Storage temperature: -30°C to 70°C
Dimensions: L 175mm X W 76mm X H 33mm excluding reader module
Weight: ~ 0.640Kg including reader module
Housing: High impact plastic

About GAO RFID Inc.:
GAO RFID Inc. is a leading provider of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) hardware and solutions to end users worldwide. GAO RFID combines best of breed with low cost RFID readers, RFID tags and enabling-RFID software.


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