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Denso Intros New Handheld Wireless UHF RFID Reader
Denso ADC, the Americas sales arm of Denso Wave Inc., has announced a new handheld wireless ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID reader that can be used to scan multiple RFID-tagged goods from a distance of 16 feet or more.
The handheld features a comfortable pistol-grip handle and weighs about 570 grams (20.1 ounces), including the stylus and power pack, which contains dual extended-range lithium-ion batteries, enabling continuous scanning for eight hours or more. Communications capabilities include wireless local-area network (LAN) and Bluetooth. An optional device cradle enables a wired connection to a PC via Ethernet, USB or RS-232C. The handheld has an IP54 protection rating and is resistant to drops; the device is tested for drops from a height of 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) above a concrete floor, on all six faces, five times each.
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