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GAO carries various RFID reader or interrogator modules to help customers embed RFID technology into their products. Simple to integrate and cost-effective, our RFID reader modules are a top choice for many companies looking to enhance their products with RFID technology for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

We carry RFID reader modules for every application include passive UHF 860-960 MHz for long distance reading, passive 13.56 MHZ high frequency for near field communications (NFC) setups, and passive 125 KHz for proximity reading. By having RFID reader modules in these frequencies, we are able to provide solutions for customers that answer all the demands of their environment.

The customers of our such embedded RFID reader modules are design engineers who want to develop a product with RFID embedded as an enabling function. GAO has a strong in-house engineering team and is able to provide you an excellent support for your design efforts.

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ID: 711001

The 125 kHz LF module is designed to be a direct replacement for magnetic stripe reader modules and converts it to RFID technology.

ID: 713003

This 13.56 Module is designed to be a direct replacement for Magnetic Stripe Reader Modules to convert existing hardware to RFID technology.

ID: 713014

This 13.56 MHz high frequency RFID reader module features a miniscule footprint, intuitive API, low power consumption, and excellent tag compatibility.

ID: 413002

This RFID card read/write module features fast data transfer and high data integrity and reads/writes ISO 14443A MIFARE® Class and MIFARE® PRO standard cards.

ID: 713002

The GAORFID 713002 is a read/write module with antenna designed for simple integration.

ID: 716007

This high performance UHF RFID reader is able to read/write RFID tags compliant with ISO18000-6B and EPC Class 1 Gen 2 ISO18000-6C protocols.