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USB RFID Desktop Reader/Writer

  • USB RFID Desktop Reader / Writer S120
  • USB RFID Desktop Reader / Writer S120
  • USB RFID Desktop Reader / Writer S120
USB RFID Desktop Reader / Writer S120
Features
  • IMPINJ RAIN RFID E310 chip (QM100 optional)
  • Compact & Slim design
  • Cost effective & stable performance
  • USB Type C plug & play
  • Support HID keyboard output mode
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Highlights


* Built-in Circular polarization antenna, writing & reading tag easily

* Delicate and compact design, more friendly with end users

* IMPINJ RAIN RFID E310 or QM100 chipset offer lower cost & higher performance

*  USB mode / HID keyboard output mode, driver free, online upgrade

* Support all mandatory ISO18000-6C commands

* Widely used in working station, document management, date issuing, retail cashier, access control, etc.


* Built-in Circular polarization antenna, writing & reading tag easily

* Delicate and compact design, more friendly with end users

* IMPINJ RAIN RFID E310 or QM100 chipset offer lower cost & higher performance

*  USB mode / HID keyboard output mode, driver free, online upgrade

* Support all mandatory ISO18000-6C commands

* Widely used in working station, document management, date issuing, retail cashier, access control, etc.




Specifications
  • Physical Characteristics
    Dimensions 170*120*17mm
    Weight 0.25kg
    Housing Material Die-cast aluminum / ABS cover
    Visual Status Indicator Power, Status
  • RFID
    Air Protocol ISO/IEC 18000-6C/EPC C1G2
    Frequency USA: 902 MHz-928MHz (FCC part 15)
    EU: 865-868MHz (ETSI EN 302208)
    CN: 920-925MHz (CMIIT)
    Supportable /optional Russian / Japan / Korea /
    Malaysia / Thailand / other customizable
    Reading & Writing Range Reading Range: 0-1m Writing Range: 0-20cm
    (According to Tag & Environment)
  • Environmental
    Operating Temp. -20 - +70°C
    Storage Temp. -40 - +85°C
    Humidity 5-90% non-condensing (+25℃)
Applications
Intelligent Transportation
Highway RFID Tolling
With the in-depth development of the world economy, the transportation infrastructure has been greatly improved. However, the traffic capacity of the road network is increasingly unable to meet the needs of traffic growth, and traffic congestion is becoming more and more serious, especially at high-speed toll stations. How to realize the effective command, coordinated control and management of various vehicles has become an important issue for traffic safety management department in different countries and regions.
RFID technology (radio frequency identification technology), as a revolutionary solution to security and management, can effectively solve the traffic issues. Hopeland provides a variety of RFID products, including UHF RFID readers, RFID Antennas, RFID vehicle tags, to promote the management of highway toll collections.
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Smart Retail
Smart Retail Store
Pain points in traditional retail stores
Operating aspects:
The operating costs of common convenience stores continue to rise
The cost of rent
convenience stores and merchants are more and more concerned with the capital. But the store resources are relatively scarce, and the pressure on the rising cost of rent will continue to exist in the future.
Labor costs
The decline of the working age workforce increases the labor cost. The increase of convenience store staff mobility and the increase of personnel costs and management costs.
The cost of water and electricity
The relative area is larger and the water power consumption is more.
Consumer aspects:
Purchasing daily necessities is inconvenient and far away.
There is no 24-hour store in the evening, and difficult to meet any emergency.
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Warehousing & Logistics
Smart Warehousing
Modern warehouse storage is not only to complete the simple batch processing of goods in and out, but also to make clear database records of the types, quantities, production attributes, stacking positions and other information of goods in the warehouse. In order to obtain accurate product data and supply chain information at all stages of the logistics chain.

At present, the one-dimensional barcode/two-dimensional barcode identification technology has been widely used in the management of item classification and labeling. However, its barcode technology relies on visible light scanning reflection, has low recognition rate, is easy to break, contaminates, is sensitive to media such as water and oil, and stores a limited amount of information, which affects its application in large-scale logistics management.

RFID radio frequency identification technology is a typical representative of automatic identification technology. It has high recognition accuracy, reliable performance, large amount of stored information, resistance to oil and sewage washing, etc. It is especially suitable for automatic identification requirements in industrial environments. The use of RFID tags to replace barcodes and other identification products can effectively complete the automatic management of warehousing and realize automatic collection, automatic processing and information reporting of product information.
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Intelligent Transportation
Tool Management Solutions
Traditional tool management methods generally rely on non-automated, paper-based systems to record, track and manage; a few use barcodes to identify and manage assets; but the efficiency is extremely low, with the increase in the number of assets, extremely The earth has increased the burden of management personnel, a serious waste of human resources, and also increased the difficulty of tool management, often resulting in untimely data and high error rates. Often the inventory management is chaotic, and the inbound and outbound data is wrong. If it is left to exist on a large scale for a long time, it will bring great cost problems to the enterprise.

In terms of tool management application technology, traditional automatic identification technologies such as one-dimensional bar code/two-dimensional bar code have also been widely used in the management of item classification and labeling. However, the barcode technology itself relies on the visible light scanning reflection, the recognition rate is low, the barcode is easily damaged and stained, and the amount of stored information is small. Generally, it only identifies a certain type of product, which affects its wide application in logistics management.

Compared with barcode technology, RFID radio frequency identification technology is a typical representative of non-contact long-distance automatic identification technology. RFID technology has high recognition accuracy, reliable performance, large amount of stored information, and oil and sewage resistance, especially suitable for automatic identification requirements in harsh working environments. The use of RFID tags to replace barcodes and other identified goods can effectively complete the automatic management of assets, and realize the automatic collection, automatic processing and report output of asset information.
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