0.25~1.5W(configurable, The System Default Setting Is1.5W)
ISO/IEC 15693 And ISO/IEC 18000-3M1
Host Mode And Auto Read Mode（configurable）
RS232 /RS485/USB/ Ethernet
Maximum Power Consumption:
HF Fixed Middle Range RFID Reader
Anti Collision Middle Range RFID Reader
HF Fixed Middle Range RFID Reader Fast Anti-Collision Processing algorithm With ISO 15693 And ISO 18000-3M1 Standard
The reading and writing distance of an RFID reader can be impacted by a variety of factors, including frequency, antenna design, power, environmental factors, tag orientation, and interference.
The power of an RFID reader is determined by a combination of factors, including the reader's output power, antenna design, sensitivity, and environmental conditions.
RD2101 fixed middle range RFID reader adopts the separate design of the read-write module and the antenna, so that the read-write distance of the tag can be affected by the size of the external antenna. The allowable power of the reader is 0.25W-1.5W. The output power controlled by the reader determines the effective reading and writing range of the reader, making it suitable for use in libraries, file management, production process automation, and laundry factory automation management. , Drug traceability and other fields can achieve the best results.
Antenna interface: SMA(50Ω).
Fast anti-collision processing algorithm; the speed of reading the tag is up to 70pcs / sec.
Support noise detection, can detect the environment whether there is interference.
It has multiple working modes which can be configured through software tools.
With short circuit protection and overheat protection function.
ISO/IEC 15693 and ISO/IEC 18000-3M1
0.25~1.5W(configurable, the system default setting is1.5W)
RS232, RS485, Ethernet, USB
host mode and auto read mode(configurable)
Maximum Power Consumption
The products have been widely used in libraries, archive management, production process automation, laundry factory automation management, drug tracking and other fields.
When generic RFID chips can be deployed to sense the real world through tricks in the tag, true pervasive sensing can become reality.The future development of RFID technology looks very promising, and it is likely that we will see continued growth and innovation in this field in the years to come.