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RFID

High Frequency Tags

High Frequency tagsThe 13.56 MHz High Frequency Passive tags have a read range of: 1 inch to 1 meter.  With thousands of variations these tags are available in OEM or finished readers.

  • RW or RO versions  
  • 256 bits to 32K bytes 
  • ISO 15693/14443 A/B
R Cubed -2 ID Tags

R Cubed-2 TagsThis 2nd generation 125 KHz product line is based on the same rugged proven technology as that of our R3 (R cubed) family of RFID solutions with the following enhancements:

  • Dozens of Tag styles
  • Operates at Standard (ISO approved) 125 KHz frequency
  • Smaller Reader packages, OEM level PCB packages
  • 7 to 28 VDC power requirements
  • Reader protocol outputs of DeviceNet, P rofibus, Modbus, Ethernet, Discrete I/O, RS485, and standard Serial
Hand Held RFID Wand Reader

RFID Hand Held ReaderThe model 3037E is a field proven versatile robust RFID hand held RFID reader.  This battery powered reader has sleep mode technology to prevent loss of power in the field.  A vibration upon read feature is especially useful in noisy environments.

  • Bluetooth  
  • Long Range Wireless 
  • RS232 
  • USB
Smart Antennas

Smart AntennaSmart Antennas combine the traditional Reader and Antenna components into a single small housing.

  • Network 32 Readers to a single PLC       
  • Readers (Smart Antennas) can be mounted side by side 
  • Incredible Speed Performance with 100% Tag reads guaranteed  
  • Immune to interference
 

RFID, Inc

RFID, Inc. is a privately held C Corporation doing business as RFID America in Denver Colorado, its products have been in existence since 1984.  A goal of RFID, Inc. is the development of new product lines for the purpose of widening its market and applications scope. Yet stay flexible enough to quickly identify and react to new product and market challenges in this ever growing, quick to evolve radio frequency identification market. 

RFID, Inc. is focused on the manufacture for resale of its RFID systems in off the shelf forms to End Users, Resellers, Integrators, VARS, as well as the development of new RFID systems for OEM’s interested in customized systems for incorporation into their own product offerings. A particular new focus has been made to develop Readers to customer specification for users interested in basing their own solutions on the many generic, configurable Transponder chips found on the market today. 

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