RFID UHF Contactless Card Reader With Long Range And Multichannels For Intelligent Bookshelf Smart Library
The RFID reader is a network-connected device that can be portable or permanently attached. It uses radio waves to transmit signals that activate the tag. Once activated, the tag sends a wave back to the antenna, where it is translated into data. The transponder is in the RFID tag itself.UHF Contactless Card Reader has a high sensitivity of read and write performance and a fast anti- collision processing algorithm, and can read the tag speed of up to 90 pieces / s.The product supports electronic labels from multiple vendors that meet the ISO 18000-6C / EPC Gen2 standard.
Support universal multiplexer to expand more antenna interfaces;
Support triggering card reading mode and host mode;
Support frequency modulation and fixed frequency working modes;
Support real-time mode and buffer mode;
Support temperature detection;
Support online upgrade;
EPC Class1 Gen2, ISO18000-6C
RS232, RS485, Ethernet
host mode and auto scanner mode(configurable)
Products are widely used in libraries, file management, production process automation, laundry automation management, drug tracking and other fields.
How do I increase my RFID range?
If you need more read range, use higher gain antennas. If you need less read range, use lower gain antennas. If you need to read tags up close, use very low gain proximity antennas.
If tags are aligned with the antenna's polarization, linear polarized antennas will read farther than circular polarized antennas. If tags are not aligned with the antenna's polarization, then circular polarized antennas will read farther than linear polarized antennas.
3.As a general rule of thumb, small tags will have shorter read ranges, and large tags will have longer read ranges. In order to get the best range from any RFID tag, make sure that the tag is fully facing the antenna and pay particular attention to tag orientation when using linearly polarized antennas. Lastly, when tagging objects with high liquid or high metallic content, be sure to choose RFID tags designed for mounting on such objects.
4.Higher power settings will result in greater read range, while lower power settings will result in decreased read range. Also, in order to maximize read range, ensure that your reader is set to its highest receive sensitivity.