RFID, Inc.

RFID, inc. is focused on the manufacture for resale of its RFID systems in off the shelf forms to End Users, Resellers, Integrators, VARS, as well as the development of new RFID systems for OEM’s interested in customized systems for incorporation into their own product offerings. A particular new focus has been made to develop Readers to customer specification for users interested in basing their own solutions on the many generic, configurable Transponder chips found on the market today.

R3-2 (R cubed 2)

This 125 KHz product line is not interchangeable with our 148 KHz R3 Solutions. This 2nd generation product is based on the same rugged proven technology as that of our R3 (R cubed) family of RFID solutions with RFID tags RFID R3-2 Products enhancements such as smaller reader packages, OEM level PCB packages and 7 to 28 VDC power requirements.  Additionally the R3-2 offers dozens of Tag styles and reader protocol outputs of DeviceNet, Profibus, Moodbus, Ethernet, Discrete I/O, RS485 and standard Serial.  The R3-2 operates as Standard (ISO approved) 125 KHz frequency.

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Active RFID

The ActiveRFID Transponder (Tag) and Reader line is based on internationally recognized 433.92 MHz bandwidth with full FCC certification. This product is also proudly Made in the USA. This is a TTO (Tag Talk Only) communication method from the Tag to the Reader with the following attributes:

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Hand Held RFID Wand Reader

The Model 3037E is a field proven versatile robust tool offering Bluetooth, RS232, USB, or long range wireless options. Using a standard 9v battery with sleep mode technology, loss of power in the field is never a concern. A vibration upon read feature is especially useful in noisy harsh environments. The power LED will let you know if the battery needs replacing.  Automatically detects Tag type and reads UID.

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RFID – UHF 915MHz - Ultra High Frequency

Tags at this frequency don’t need to incorporate a hard copper coil which is much less difficult to manufacture versus 13.56 MHz and 125 KHz versions.  This technology allows for hundreds or even thousands of  tags to be identified at the same time thanks to a feature known as anti-collision, at much greater distances, 10' with a single Reader Antenna and 20' between two Reader Antennas.RFID UHF915Mhz

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