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By Rich Handley

Harting Intros UHF RFID Antenna for Railway Recognition

Harting has announced its new Ha-VIS RF-ANT-WR24 UHF RFID antenna. The antenna's range, the company reports, is suitable for creating gates for container tracking and identifying the specific platform to which it is installed directly under a train. The antenna is compatible with applications involving extreme temperature conditions.

Harting's UHF RFID product portfolio includes three models in the new antenna range. The WR24-i is intended for industrial use. The minimalistic design and N connector also make it suitable for gate applications, the company notes, such as train recognition on railway tracks.

Made of stainless steel, the WR24-r is intended for scenarios requiring a mechanically robust solution. Its design comes without a connector on the antenna. All antenna features are built for installation in extreme conditions—under a train, for example. The antenna can operate in environments with special temperature range requirements, including at more than 150 degrees Celsius (302 degrees Fahrenheit).

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