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Industrial Portals Introduces Next Generation of RFID Portals (MOD2 Series)

By Andrew Price
Mar 09, 2007


Contacts: Tim Buckley
Industrial Portals/Jamison Door Co.
800-532-3667 x3277

MARCH 5th, 2007 (Hagerstown, Maryland) – Industrial Portals, the leading manufacturer of patent pending plug 'n play RFID portal structures, has just announced the release of its second generation product line, MOD2. The new portal series not only houses all brands of RFID equipment, but also provides users and integrators with advanced antenna mobility and many other ease-of-use and quick deployment benefits.

"Our MOD2 series delivers the same heavy-duty equipment protection as our other models and allows antennas to be positioned slightly outside of the structure offering more versatility and flexibility," said Curtis Berry, V.P. of Engineering for Jamison Door Company. "The advancements improve read rates and make for more efficient installations and maintenance in busy supply chain operations."

The MOD2 Series was developed through feedback from extensive RFID testing and actual field application experience. The portals offer a smaller footprint area and feature advanced reader and antenna bracketing along with enhanced electrical connections to assure a more versatile and scalable RFID deployment. The MOD2 includes an advanced GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) Bridge for light stacks, motion detectors and eye sensors, and improved compatibility with any brand of RFID equipment.

Industrial Portals, headquartered in Hagerstown, Maryland, is a division of Jamison Door Company, the 100 year old manufacturer of commercial and industrial door products. For more information, visit www.industrialportals.com.
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