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RFID reader to identify & sort products along production line
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Dec '08
Tracient's Padl-R HF RFID reader is being used by a number of customers to capture the unique tag ID of products as they roll along and off the production line.

The reader is tethered via USB cable to a desktop or laptop. It captures the tag ID of the articles and places it in the manufacturer's product manifest.

For example PeakWorks, an Ontario, Canada based company manufactures safety harnesses for industrial customers. They also carry out the safety inspections required once the harnesses are in the field.

Peakworks engaged N4 Systems of Toronto to implement an RFID based safety management system in order to eliminate time and paperwork associated with the safety inspections.

One of the key processes of the new system was to accurately identify each piece of finished equipment before deployment into the field.

N4 Systems chose Tracient's Padl-R HF reader for the finished product verification because of it's ergonomics, low cost, reliability and single button ease of use. Ease of integration using Tracient's comprehensive SDK was another factor.

These products can also be used on textile and apparel production lines.

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