UHF 860 –960MHz Long-Range Integrated RFID Reader - EPC Gen2 ISO 18000 6C
UHF 860 –960MHz Long-Range Integrated RFID Reader - EPC Gen2 ISO 18000 6C

UHF 860-–960 MHz Long-Range Integrated RFID Reader

Product ID: 216021


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This innovative long- range integrated reader is an all-in-one device that operates at a frequency range of 860 to 960 MHz and is an ideal solution for applications such as intelligent traffic management, logistics, ticketing and access control. It boasts various features including a built-in 12 dBi antenna and RS-232, Wiegand26/34 and RS485 interfaces that make it easy to install and use. Additionally, the range of RF power is 0 to 30 dBm which is adjustable via software.

Key Features

  • High performance, easy installation
  • Built-in 12 dBi antenna ensures long-range reading and writing
  • Super anti-interference ability
  • Multi-reader synchronization function
  • Provides all kinds of communication interfaces and customizing is available too


  • Intelligent traffic management such as ETC, custom clearance, parking lot, and automatic weighing
  • Logistics such as container management, pallet management, and asset tracking
  • Ticket business and access control

Technical Specifications

Operating Frequency 860 MHz to 960 MHz
Tag Protocols ISO18000-6B, EPC Class 1, EPC Class 1 GEN 2
Antenna Compatibility Built-in 12 dBi vertical polarization antenna
RF Power Output 0 to 30 dB (adjustable through software)
Read/Write Distance Up to 15 m (tags dependent)
Communications Interface RS232, RS485, Wiegand 26/34(RJ45 Ethernet interface is optional)
I/O Interface 1 triggering input, 2 electric relay output
Power Supply DC 9V
Technical Certificate CE, FCC
Housing ABS
Dimensions 460 mm × 460 mm × 50 mm
Operating Temperature -10 °C to 55 °C
Storage Temperature -20 °C to 85 °C
Humidity 5% to 80%, non-condensing

How to Use

  • Once connected open the com port, the baud will be automatically select from 115200bps, 57600bps, 38400bps, 19200bps, 9600bps, and the opened com port will show the selected com name. If not, an error message will pop up.
  • The Reader defaults to setting the address as a hexadecimal; the output power is between 0 to 30 dB and the minimum and maximum frequency are tuned based on the user’s local situation.
  • RS232, RS485 and Weigand 24/34 are the three communication interfaces. Weigand is a specific reader-to-card interface which is standard of a 26/34 bit binary.
  • Two tag protocols ISO18000-6B and EPCC1G2 are used in the GAO216021. EPCCIG2 has 4 memory spaces and can store different manufacturer’s details such as Electronic product code, unique tag ID, user area and Password on each card’s IC. ISO18000-6B has only one memory space which holds a unique tag id.
  • Enable the Readers output protocol and the Reader’s output interface in Active mode. When in active mode, communication succeeds through protocol and interface.
  • Tag Frequency Analysis is analyzed using hopping mode in random order.


  • When the antenna senses the tag and reads the card, an authentication buzzer sound can be heard. Authentication can be done using the address of the tag (i.e. product code, unique id, username, and password)
  • If demo software sends the inventory order without response, it will wait 10*100ms for the reader to respond
  • EAS alarm responds if authentication has failed. Operation: We can read the data, write the data, block and erase the data, modify the password and block the user of the card. To read the data and write the data, a maximum distance is in effect.Password Modification: While changing the password, we must ensure the smooth communication between the reader and the tag as well as the memory password is not locked, or else we will receive a wrong information clew.