GAO has an extensive collection of UHF RFID readers/transponders which are designed to work with UHF tags. UHF readers are designed to comply with GS1 EPC (Electronic Product Code) Gen 2 UHF air-interface protocol standard. UHF RFID is a passive technology. Our Ultra High-Frequency readers range from 860 MHz to 960 MHz which enables our UHF readers to interact with many tags at the same time, at very high speeds. Our readers have multiple tag detection and fast data read rate speeds making our product perfect to get the job done accurately and efficiently.
Many of our UHF RFID readers are suitable for indoor or outdoor operations while being easy to use and install. As well they provide a wide scanning range, which allows for the ability to read multiple items at an even greater distance than before. Many of our readers possess features such as built-in multiple antenna ports, writing capability, and digital signal management. Our devices are versatile through multiple interfaces, with such versatility, our UHF RFID readers can be of use to you anywhere! Such as applications for distribution, processing environment data, and the ability to detect anti-counterfeiting on products.
If you have questions about our RFID Readers, or which RFID Tags work best with them please feel free to contact our experts who would be happy to help! Our experts are versed in BLE, RFID and IoT devices and systems.
SKU#236050 communicates through and is powered by a USB connection. It supports EPC Class1 GEN 2 tags for full operations including reading and writing. It also has the feature of working as the Keyboard wedge.
GAORFID SKU#223034 All-in-One Handheld Enterprise Digital Assistant, Computer or Smart Data Terminal with 860-960MHz UHF RFID Reader, 1D/2D Barcode Scanner, 13.56MHz RFID (HF), 125KHz RFID (LF) or 134.2Khz RFID (LF) with 4G/LTE
This low profile UHF xArray gateway reader provides always-on and wide-area monitoring, intelligent item locating, and updates inventory information with real-time location information, all without human intervention.