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Smartrac announces retail-optimized inlays based on Impinj Monza R6-P chip ••• Touch Technologies' r-touch UHF reader docks with iOS devices ••• DHL Global Forwarding intros mobile app for cold-chain tracking ••• Checkpoint Systems' UNO labels combine RF EAS and Ucode 7 RFID chip ••• Redpoint launches new RTLS badge for construction workforce safety, productivity ••• Phychips unveils RED line of UHF RFID reader modules ••• IDTronic offers silicone RFID-enabled sports wristbands.
Touch Technologies' r-touch UHF Reader Docks With iOS Devices
Touch Technologies, a provider of bar-code, RFID and temperature-monitoring solutions, has unveiled r-touch, an ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) handheld reader that docks with a smartphone or other device. At present, the reader is designed for Apple iOS devices (iPod Touch, iPhone 5, 6 and 6 Plus), but the company says it is currently in the process of developing readers for iPad tablets as well.
The r-touch is commercially available worldwide. Other versions include the c-touch, which combines RFID and a 2D bar-code scanner, and the t-touch, a rugged RFID reader.
In addition, Touch Technologies has introduced several versions of its b-touch bar-code scanner. The b-touch 1D works with 1D bar codes, the b-touch 2D is for scanning bar codes and QR codes, and the t-touch 2D is a rugged 2D bar-code scanner.
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