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Where Can I Find an Inexpensive RFID Reader?

Posted By RFID Journal, 05.15.2009
Are there any RFID-embedded interrogators available that have a low price-tag—say, less then $100?

—Name withheld

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To my knowledge, their are no reader modules on the market that cost less than $100. High-frequency (HF) reader modules are currently less expensive than ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) modules, but most sell for $200 to $400.

Texas Instruments (TI) offers its S6350 Mid Range Reader Module, which sells for $210 at rfidusa.com. TI also has a Series 2000 Micro Reader selling for $89.76 at that same site.

Perhaps our readership is aware of other low-cost modules.

—Mark Roberti, Editor,
RFID Journal

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