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RFID System Hardware, Supplies, & Equipment

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. 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.
  2. Intermec IP30 RFID Reader

    The Intermec IP30 add-on passive UHF RFID handle is a cost-effective, compact, EPCglobal-certified solution for adding mobile RFID read/write capability to Intermec's latest generation of mobile computers including the CN3, CN3e, CK61 and CK61ex. The modularity of the IP30 and the RFID-readiness of the Intermec mobile computers mean the power of RFID can be literally added in a snap today or at any point in the future to support both in-premise and in-field applications such as warehouse operations, enterprise asset management, in-transit-visibility, direct store delivery and exception handling. When combined with Intermec's most powerful mobile computers, the CN3 and CN3e, the Intermec IP30 gives the user unmatched data collection and communication capabilities. Combining integrated RFID and GPS, along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and WWAN, into a single handheld computer enables pin-point location accuracy for realtime asset, source and service tracking.
  3. CipherLab 8300 RFID RFID Reader

    The CipherLab 8300 Series is built tough and works hard through the longest shifts so you can get more done in less time for less money. Yet it's ergonomically designed for shift-long comfort and safety. With both optical scanning and RFID, you're ready for fast, accurate data capture using barcodes and RF tagging. The 8300 Series is equally at home in retail, health care, and warehousing. From pharmacy and store shelves to patient rooms and loading docks, the 8300 Series puts powerful, economical AIDC computing in your hands.
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  5. Impinj Brickyard RFID Antenna

    The Brickyard is a key enabling technology for UHF Gen2 Item-Level Tagging systems. The Brickyard is optimized to read near-field tags placed on products with a variety of packaging options including plastic bottles and metal foil blister packs as well as different contents such as powders, pills and even liquids. It can be used in retail and pharmaceutical applications, library systems, document control, check out counters and many other applications requiring a short and constrained read range. The Brickyard is designed for operation with the CSL RFID reader (CS-461), Impinj Speedway readers as well as other "Powered by Impinj" RFID readers.
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  7. Zebra AN710 RFID Antenna

    The AN700 Series antennas offer all the features required for carpeted and customer-facing environments. A perfect complement to Zebra's FX7400 RFID Reader, the AN700 Series antennas are extremely compact, offering the aesthetics required for the most discreet installation in the most space constrained areas "" for example, under the point of sale (POS) counter. The integrated mounting bracket enables easy installation in minutes. The AN710 is designed for inside the four walls.
  8. CipherLab 1861 RFID Reader

    Designed for warehouse operations, logistic centers, manufacturing plants and retail operations, the CipherLab 1861 is a handheld RFID reader which addresses the growing demand for ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID applications. The 1861 allows users the freedom to read and write RFID tags from a greater distance, increasing efficiency - the ability to get more done in less time, ultimately reducing costs and strengthening the bottom line.
  9. Printronix Smart Label RFID Tag

    The Printronix Smart Label RFID tags combine the technology of thermal transfer, pressure-sensitive labels with RFID tags. Smart Label RFID tags use the popular "squiggle" design to ensure readability from multiple orientations. These EPC Class 1, 96 bit (read/write) tags function in the 902 to 928 MHz (UHF) range. The labels are manufactured to demanding specifications and quality tested to ensure best performance.
  10. Alien ALH-900x Accessories

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