433 MHz Active RFID L-Series Reader With RS485/RS232 Interfaces
GAO RFID Asset Tracking is offering its 433 MHz Active RFID L-Series Reader with RS485/RS232 which can be used in stand-alone mode or in a multi-drop asynchronous network where the "Node ID" is automatically assigned. It can be used in asset tracking and inventory control.
This 433 MHz Active RFID L-Series Reader, model 214011, is typically used in an environment where the tag has to be very close to the reader. It is also available in a proximity or close range model without antenna. It has two RJ45 connectors and can also be connected to a host computer via a RS232 or RS485 interface for data exchange.
This RFID reader features sensitivity adjustment, remote reader addressing and dynamical reader programming. It utilizes centralized or distributed PSU topology compliant with RF standards of internationally accepted regulatory bodies such as FCC, CE and ETSI. Up to 255 latest unique received RFID tag IDs can be stored onboard. Moreover, this compact reader is ultrasonically sealed with ABS housing allowing it to perform well even in harsh environments.
This 433 MHz active RFID L-series reader with RS485/RS232 belongs to GAO's family of Healthcare Asset Tracking Readers. The line provides a wide variety of RFID readers such as 13.56 MHz RFID UTE Handheld Reader / Writer which is a dual RFID and barcode reader that features the very latest technology to optimize data collection capabilities now and in the future and13.56MHz RFID HF Bluetooth Reader/Writer which is widely used in the industries of security / Patrol / Mining / Finance and Railway system. GAO RFID has one of the broadest portfolios of RFID readers and tags in the industry.
About GAO RFID Asset Tracking
GAO RFID Asset Tracking is known for having one of the largest RFID tag and reader lines in the RFID product industry. GAO RFID Asset Tracking's products have been widely used in fields such as personnel access control, asset tracking, logistics and warehouse management. For more information, visit www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com.
SOURCE: GAO RFID Asset Tracking