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RFID News Roundup

iDTRONIC releases two new RFID readers ••• Murata intros small RFID tag for wearable, health-care markets ••• Stanley Healthcare wireless emergency call solution receives UL 1069 certification ••• Checkpoint Systems wins Asia Business Achiever Award ••• CipherLab unveils mobile computer able to read RFID, bar codes ••• Suprema intros RFID-enabled fingerprint access-control device ••• LEID Products to demonstrate asset-management system.
By Rich Handley
Oct 19, 2017

The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: iDTRONIC; Murata Americas; Stanley Healthcare; Checkpoint Systems; CipherLab USA; Suprema; and LEID Products.

iDTRONIC Releases Two New RFID Readers

iDTRONIC has released two new RFID readers: the ID GATE 6500 Turnstile Reader and the ID COLLECT 5000 Card Capture Reader.

ID GATE 6500 Turnstile Reader
The three-armed turnstile ID GATE 6500 is designed for indoor applications. Intended for access-control applications, it can be purchased directly from the company. The LED illumination of the turnstile shows whether or not a person is authorized to access an area. A green light indicates authorization, while red signifies that the turnstile is closed and access is denied. The ID GATE 6500 comes equipped with an emergency key. Optionally, it can be equipped with mechanical anti-panic folding arms, which can only be folded down manually.

ID COLLECT 5000 Card Capture Reader
The ID COLLECT 5000 Card Capture Reader is designed to operate within turnstiles as a device for reading and capturing data from proximity cards issued to visitors for entering and exiting a property. The device has a capacity of 450 cards. The ID COLLECT 5000 is made of stainless steel, while its housing is composed of ABS plastic. The reader operates with access-control solutions, such as turnstiles, and can be integrated with a company's existing system.

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