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RFID News Roundup
Trimble introduces high-performance USB UHF RFID reader ••• Nedap, Axis launch integrated EAS-video solution ••• Checkpoint announces tunnel readers for boxed and hanging goods ••• Missouri School District tests Nedap's RFID-enabled technology to improve security ••• Global consumer goods company orders thousands of Thinfilm NFC tags.
Feb 18, 2016—
The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations:
Nedap Retail, Axis Communications;
Nedap Identification Systems; and
Thin Film Electronics.
Trimble Introduces High-Performance USB UHF RFID Reader
Trimble's ThingMagic division has announced the new ThingMagic USB ProRFID ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) reader, designed to allow solution developers to support applications that require desktop reading and writing of EPC Gen 2 RFID tags.
The new reader measures 97 millimeters by 61 millimeters by 25 millimeters (3.8 inches by 2.4 inches by 1.0 inch) and is designed for such applications as RFID tag programming stations, manufacturing work-in-process workstations, health-care patient-care check-in and checkout applications, document tracking, event and hospitality solutions, and retail point-of-sale.
The new reader is compatible with ThingMagic application-development tools, including Universal Reader Assistant and Autonomous Configuration tools, and features instant read autonomous operation and a +30dBm TX power (maximum) with dual USB and power cable. It is backward-compatible with the ThingMagic USB Plus+ desktop reader, supports Android and Microsoft Windows mobile platforms, and is configurable for worldwide UHF frequencies. In addition to being compatible with the RAIN RFID specifications (the EPC Gen 2 and ISO 18000-63 standards), USBPro is available with optional support for the ISO 18000-6B, ISO 18000-6D (IPx) and AEI ATA protocols.
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