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Balluff Intros New Handheld UHF RFID Reader
Balluff has announced that its U-890 handheld UHF RFID reader is designed to simplify the task of mobile data collection. The device allows RFID reading in both close- and long-range applications, the company reports, in addition to 2D barcode scanning. The reader is also equipped with a processor that allows for the reading of multiple tags in the field.
Features of the U-890 handheld UHF RFID reader include data acquisition and processing functionality. It comes with an ARM processor and offers a read range of more than 4 meters, as well as multi-tagging capability at more than 200 tags per second and an adaptive UHF antenna for tag acquisition. In addition, RFID software comes already installed on the unit.
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