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Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, is auto identification and data capture (AIDC) technology, which uses radio-frequency waves to wirelessly transfer data between an interrogator/reader and movable or stationary items to identify, categorize and track them. RFID tracking technology is used for automatically identifying, counting or tracking objects and/or people. Usually some type of identifying number is attached to the object of interest. Information about that object is stored and retrieved from a database. At Barcodes, Inc., we have trained RFID specialists that can help you build a passive or active RFID tracking solution. We carry a comprehensive line of RFID scanners, handheld readers, fixed readers, antennas, printers, software, tags, smart labels, and inlays. Learn More: RFID Buying Guide

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  1. Zebra RFD8500 RFID Reader

    With the RFD8500, customers can empower select Zebra and certain third-party mobile devices with enterprise-class UHF RFID and 1D/2D barcode scanning technology, whenever and wherever it's needed-simply, easily, and cost-effectively. Just pair this state-of-the-art Bluetooth-enabled sled with a mobile device, and then attach the mobile device to the RFD8500 for a one-piece solution. User can wear the paired mobile device on a lanyard, a holster, or in a pocket for unattached RFD8500 operation. The RFD8500 can also be used in batch mode without the mobile computer.
  2. Seagull BarTender Professional Barcode Software

    BarTender Professional includes all label-design and data-processing features needed by most labeling professionals and first-time label designers. Contains all the data sourcing most users will ever need. BarTender Professional Edition licensing is based on the number of work-stations on which BarTender will be installed. (There are no restrictions on the number of printers that the BarTender Professional Edition can use.) Multi-user versions are available.
  3. Seagull BarTender Automation Barcode Software

    Seagull-Scientific BarTender Automation includes all of BarTender's most powerful label design features including numerous software integration tools, such as ActiveX Automation, enterprise messaging and Seagull's Commander utility for cross-platform integration. BarTender Automation also includes all the data sourcing of the Professional version, plus support for SAP IDocs. It features all of the Companion Applications (excluding Librarian, plus logging to local databases only. BarTender Automation also includes all available RFID design and encoding capabilities.
  4. Intermec CN70 Handheld Computer

    The Intermec CN70 is engineered to be at home in demanding environments, where its industry-leading performance, incredible durability and low power consumption can actually reduce overhead. Its superior scanning performance and improved ergonomics lead to increased efficiency, while its extensive communication ability meets the needs of field workers. The no-compromise design of the CN70 includes an all-light visible VGA display, high durability touch panel and indestructible keypad technology to ensure that they stay in workers' hands instead of the repair depot. The CN70 also features a 3.75G WWAN and first-in-market dual-band 802.11n WLAN radios that provide mobile workers with high-performance connectivity inside and outside the four walls. And by combining an ultra-efficient processing architecture with long-life battery technology and state-of-the-art battery health diagnostics, dead batteries and downtime will become a thing of the past.
  5. Seagull BarTender Enterprise Automation Barcode Software

    Seagull-Scientific BarTender Enterprise Automation includes all of the label design, printing, software integration, and data sourcing features of the Automation edition, plus advanced server functions for centralized printing, security and administration. BarTender Enterprise Automation includes BarTender Web Print Server to print labels from any browser and contains most advanced integration features, including TCP/IP triggers, SAP AII, Oracle XML, XML transforms, and XML scripting. It also includes full functionality for all of the Companion Applications, including Librarian and logging to centralized databases, and tracks printer parts inventory and in-printer media usage.
  6. Impinj Speedway Revolution RFID Reader

    RF interference, tag quantity, ambient RF noise, and even building materials near an RFID installation all affect system performance. Most users configure their readers for worst case scenarios, often compromising best performance in the process. With the Impinj Speedway Revolution"s Autopilot, innovative firmware features work together, automatically optimizing the reader operation to its environment while delivering peak performance at all times. The Speedway Revolution also delivers increased application flexibility via support for Power over Ethernet (PoE), which simplifies deployment and dramatically reduces cost by eliminating the need for AC outlet installation at read points. This revolutionary RFID reader improves upon the advanced hardware capabilities that made the original Speedway the reader of choice for many demanding customers and highlights capabilities such as best receive sensitivity, interference rejection, and item-level carrier cancellation.
  7. Motorola MC9190-Z RFID Reader

    The MC9190-Z features a large 3.7" VGA colored touch-screen with reduced glare for easier use indoors and outdoors.
  8. Zebra ZT410 RFID RFID Printer

    With a print width of 4 inches, the ZT410 RFID printer/encoder has print speeds up to 14 ips and offers high-resolution (600 dpi) printing for small-label applications. The ZT400 Series RFID features adaptive encoding technology for excellent media flexibility and simple RFID calibration
  9. Zebra FX7500 RFID Reader

    You know that the right RFID solution can help you keep track of the people and products that matter most to you "" and save valuable time and money in the process "" but only if the technology can capture data quickly, accurately and cost-effectively enough to keep up with your business. The faster your business moves, the more your business-critical applications will demand from an RFID reader. And these days, no one is slowing down their pace of business. RFID begins with the radio. So that"s where Zebra began with the FX7500 Fixed RFID Reader. We created a new RFID radio technology, purposely designed from the ground up for faster, more accurate read rates, and more consistent performance even in challenging environments. This software-based radio technology effectively future-proofs your RFID investment by delivering flexibility to implement future upgrades and improvements with minimal investment. Then we paired that radio with a new, more flexible Linux-based network architecture that integrates the tools and open-standard interfaces you need for fast, easy deployment with your RFID and back-end applications. The result is a fixed RFID reader that sets a new performance standard "" delivering peak performance at all times with excellent reader sensitivity and better interference rejection, at a lower cost per read point. It works better. It costs less.
  10. Zebra ZD500R RFID Printer

    UHF RFID printing is even easier and at a lower cost of entry than ever with the ZDR500R. Perfect for applications where space is at a premium, the ZD500R offers a small footprint. The ZD500R supports next generation inlays and offers 802.11a/b/g/n wireless and Bluetooth connectivity to fit the needs of any UHF printing application.

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