UHF RFID badge and card reader
- A ready-to-go reader
- A contactless scanner (30mm)
- For indoor and outdoor use / resistant to different temperatures
- 3 choices of interfaces
- Red/green LED and audible signal
- Two Frequencies Choices
- Possibility to fix it
This UHF RFID reader enables to read only, quickly and contactlessly transponders exclusively in Ultra High Frequency (UHF). This UHF reader can be used in a mobile or in a fixed way. Thanks to its high frequency technology, this reader is able to read cards, badges and other RFID technology transmitters remotely and requires no contact. Thanks to its high resistance to heat differences, the reader can be used both outdoors and indoors. This reader is used to record the entry and exit of goods or people and for simplified logistics and inventory management.
RFID reader, how does it work?
A reader is a device that emits radio-frequency signals and can detect all the tags and chips (called transponders) within its reading range. rfid chip readers provide the energy needed to detect and decode RFID antennas at a varying distance. The reading distance depends on the reading frequency and the size of the antenna. In general, UHF chips have a much greater range than HF chips and can reach up to 15m, depending on the size of the tag. This is called long range .
The reading of the chip consists in knowing the IUD (the identifying number of the chip), the type of chip and reading the potential data written in it. For instance, the data encoded in the chip can be the name of the client entering a gym or the number of entries on the card.
Which chips are compatible with this UHF reader?
You should know that the reader and the chip must be on the same frequency spectrum. If you have UHF tags, smart cards and badges, they will only be read with a reader of the same frequency.
But how to know which are the so-called UHF chips, here is a summary table to see more clearly:
|Communication Standard||Type of chips||IUD-unique chip identification number||Transponder reading by the reader||Writing/Encoding|
|ISO 18000-6C||- Alien H3 or H6 |
- Monza R6
- Monza 4QT
|96 to 128 characters||Up to 20cm|
How to use this reader?
This reader only reads UHF chips , which usually have a fairly large reading distance. The fact of being able to read up to 20 cm makes reading more convenient when the antenna is integrated in a piece of clothing, bag or even a box. Increasingly, RFID tags are being used in textiles to authenticate an item - often a luxury item. With this device, the detection of the tag in the article can be done quickly. Using transponders only in ultra high frequency is worthwhile when you want to encode a lot of data and HF cards do not offer enough space for the desired use. It is also possible to use this rfid uhf reader for access control in your office.
How to encode its chip so that it is readable?
Note that encoding means that the data can be stored inside the chip and that the storage space varies from one chip to another. The storage space is called bytes, and the more bytes you have, the more storage space you have. To encode the chip, it is usually necessary to use software. For computer scientists or people with a good knowledge of coding, creating such software will be entirely within their reach. Moreover, by creating your own software, your RFID transponders can contain the data of your choice.
- the reader
- Catalog code
- 105 x 72 x 16 mm
- Operating temperature
- -20˚C to 65˚C
- Storage temperature
- -30˚C to 85˚C
- EPC Class 1 Gen 2, ISO-18000-6C
- 840 ~ 960 MHz
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Tarifs dégressifs Ref. ACC-LCB-UHF
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