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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. Zebra R110Xi4 RFID Printer

    The Zebra R110Xi4 RFID printer/encoder is optimized for high-volume operations, giving users the ability to print and encode a variety of UHF radio frequency identification smart labels for a multitude of applications. The R110Xi4 is designed with innovative, industry-leading features to meet the demands of current and future applications, and leverages the built-to-last Xi4 printer platform for robust performance. The R110Xi4 also features RFID media flexibility, RFID inlay position flexibility which allows the use of media converted for other brand printers and supports widest range of transponder designs and sizes.
  2. Primera RX900 RFID Printer

    The Primera RX900 is the world's first on-demand color RFID label printer. Utilizing the latest in high-resolution color inkjet technology, the RX900 prints labels and tags at speeds of up to 4.5" (114 mm) per second. The RX900 is a true "on demand" printer, which means that it prints, encodes, verifies and dispenses labels one at a time. You can make exactly the number of full-color labels you need when and where you need them. The built-in UHF reader/encoder module supports ISO 18000-6B, ISO 18000-6C and EPC Global Class 1 Gen 2. The printer is ideal for producing full-color, RFID-enabled labels and tags for file folders, asset tracking, garment tags, shipping labels and much more.
  3. Alien ALR9650 RFID Reader

    The Alien ALR9650 is the ideal solution for single and two-antenna applications. The reader electronics and a high-quality, circularly polarized antenna reside in a single package, eliminating external antenna cables, resulting in the simplest and least expensive installation. A second antenna port enables 2-antenna applications on the ALR9650. The Alien ALR9650 has POE capability, allowing power to be delivered over properly-equipped local area networks, eliminating expensive AC wiring. (Where no AC power is available, a standard AC/DC power converter is provided.) With the added cost savings due to the elimination of the external cabling, the ALR9650 significantly reduces the cost and complexity of installing an RFID read point.
  4. Alien ALR9900+ RFID Reader

    The Alien ALR9900+ Enterprise Reader enables users to deploy manageable, robust, best-in-class EPC Gen 2 RFID solutions for supply chain, manufacturing and asset management applications. The result is highly reliable, automatic data capture. Alien pioneered the network-ready EPC RFID reader with the widely-supported Alien Reader Protocol. The ALR9900+ is supported by key RFID platforms including Microsoft BizTalk RFID, IBM WebSphere 6.2, Xterprise, Oat Systems, Oracle, GlobeRanger, BEA and many others. Proven support for SAP through 3rd-party middleware is also available. A well-documented SDK featuring .NET, Ruby and Java libraries enables easy, custom interfaces to control the reader if desired.
  5. Unitech RS700 RFID Reader

    The Unitech RS700 Smart RFID Fixed Reader is designed to increase inventory visibility, efficiency and business profitability. Supporting a global frequency range of 860 MHz - 960 MHz, the RS700 is capable of reading and writing all tags that conform to the EPC Global Gen2 and ISO18000-6C standards. The RS700 also includes integrated middleware, with remote management and data filtering capabilities that facilitate the accelerated installation and deployment of RFID projects.
  6. Unitech RS700 Accessories

  7. Impinj Speedway xPortal RFID Reader

    Impinj's Speedway xPortal solves the size and mounting limitations of traditional portals with a light-weight, low-profile unit that is as attractive as it is effective. Measuring approximately 30.5 x 8.75 x 2 in (77.5 x 22.2 x 5 cm) and weighing less than 6.5 lbs (3 kg), its compact form is unobtrusive, streamlined, and ultimately flexible, yet delivers better performance than larger, more costly industrial-scale portals. Designed for retail, office, hospital, and other indoor environments, the Speedway xPortal is ideal for monitoring tagged items, pallets, equipment, files, or people passing through doorways, hallways, or other zonal coverage areas.
  8. 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.
  9. Impinj Guardwall RFID Antenna

    For item-level reading of packed goods, the Guardwall provides a tightly controlled read zone and intense RF field, critical to penetrating deep into packed cases. When used as a pair, the Guardwall absorbs energy from its opposing mate so that very little passes beyond the exterior face. This configuration maximizes stray read rejection by constraining the read zone to the area within the two antennas. It also increases read reliability by maximizing the intensity within the read zone.
  10. Impinj Threshold RFID Antenna

    Initially designed for boundary/threshold crossing applications, the Impinj Threshold has a very wide beam width to maximize zone coverage. Threshold antennas provide a consistent and continuous read zone when linearly distributed head-to-tail. At 18.1 x 3.5 x 0.7 inch, the Threshold's planar form factor fits readily onto fencing or other borders.

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