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Intermec RFID Reader to Use Award-Winning Fuel Cell

Next year Intermec will debut an RFID reader that uses revolutionary new fuel cell technology to run for up to 30 hours before requiring a power cartridge replacement.
Nov 09, 2004This article was originally published by RFID Update.

November 9, 2004—Next year Washington-based Intermec, a leader in RFID software and hardware solutions, will debut its IP3-FC/750 RFID reader that uses revolutionary new fuel cell technology to run for up to 30 hours before requiring a power cartridge replacement. The fuel cell technology, called Mobion, comes from Albany, New York-based MTI Micro and won a "Best of What's New" Award from Popular Science magazine.

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