RFID Reader

Product Description

Product Specification :

Size & N.W.
290mm(L)×290mm(W)×55mm(H), 1.5Kgs
Network Characteristics
TCP/IP (RJ45) optional, RS-232, RS-485, Wiegand in standard
1 optcoupler input, 1 pair 5V output or Wiegand output
Reading Distance
0~ ≥12m(According to Tag & Environment, max 14m)
Protocol:  ISO/IEC 18000-6B, ISO/IEC18000-6C / EPC C1G2, GEN2V2
Chinese MQ100 chip
Circular 9dBi, VSWR ≤ 1.2:1
Programing Functions
Automatic reading/  Match reading
Logo, brand supportable, software not supportable
Categories , Tag

Radio Frequency Identification Reader (RFID Reader)

What Does Radio Frequency Identification Reader (RFID Reader) Mean?

A radio frequency identification reader (RFID reader) is a device used to gather information from an RFID tag, which is used to track individual objects. Radio waves are used to transfer data from the tag to a reader.


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RFID is a technology similar in theory to bar codes. However, the RFID tag does not have to be scanned directly, nor does it require line-of-sight to a reader. The RFID tag it must be within the range of an RFID reader, which ranges from 3 to 300 feet, in order to be read. RFID technology allows several items to be quickly scanned and enables fast identification of a particular product, even when it is surrounded by several other items.

RFID tags have not replaced bar codes because of their cost and the need to individually identify every item.


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Techopedia Explains Radio Frequency Identification Reader (RFID Reader)

RFID technology may be used in a variety of applications including:


Smart cards

Airplane luggage

Toll booth passes

Home appliances

Merchandise tags

Animal and pet tags

Automobile key-and-lock

Monitoring heart patients

Pallet tracking for inventory

Telephone and computer networks

Operation of spacecraft and satellites


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RFID technology uses digital data in an RFID tag, which is made up of integrated circuits containing a tiny antenna for transferring information to an RFID transceiver. The majority of RFID tags contain at least an integrated circuit for modulating and demodulating radio frequency and an antenna for transmitting and receiving signals. Frequency ranges vary from low frequencies of 125 to 134 kHz and 140 to 148.5 kHz, and high frequencies of 850 to 950 MHz and 2.4 to 2.5 GHz. Wavelengths in the 2.4 GHz range are limited because they can be absorbed by water.

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