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Nov 10, 2016—
Denso Launches NFC-Enabled Point-of-Sale ScannerDenso has unveiled a new scanner that leverages Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. The QK30-IC is equipped with an integrated NFC RFID reader for use with a variety of applications, such as e-ticketing, e-couponing and membership loyalty cards, and is suitable for use at the point of sale (POS) when integrated in cash registers.
The QK30-IC can be used as a fixed or built-in device that can read QR codes printed on smartphone displays on paper labels. What's more, it can interrogate RFID tags that comply with the ISO 14443 Type A/B specifications.
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