Product Review - CipherLab 1861 Handheld RFID Reader

What sets apart the CipherLab 1861 is the extended RFID read and write capabilities through a Bluetooth transponder. While it works as a standalone device, it can also act as an add-on to an existing CipherLab mobile computer, including the CipherLab 9600 Series and the CipherLab CP50 Series with an optional mount. It can scan RFID tags from up to 3.3 feet away, but you'll have to get a little closer to edit data, with a maximum distance of 1.6 feet. The 1861 is one of the most durable RFID...

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Zebra DEV { TALK } - UHF RFID Market, Products, and Applications

In this webinar, we will review the latest trends in RFID technology and what that means for you as a developer.

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Zebra's RFID Data Capture Products:

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Product Review - Intermec PR2 & PR3 Mobile Receipt Printers

The Intermec PR2 and PR3 printers were released earlier this year and are the smallest, lightest, and most durable printers in their class. In fact they're so compact, you might even forget you have one on. The printers connect to your mobile device through encrypted Bluetooth, USB 2.0, radio frequency and infrared interfaces so you never have to worry about the security of your data. The printers support many of the popular bar code symbologies and are capable of producing images from user...

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CSL's BAP RFID Makes People Tracking Possible

People Tracking, Personnel Tracking, & Employee Tracking are now possible by using BAP RFID or battery assisted passive RFID. reviews the BAP Badge RFID tags from CSL. Host: Louis Sirico

CSL’s Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) ID Card solves an ancient issue of providing automatic, hands-free identification of people and assets at the right price point. The ultra-thin battery boosts the RF signal yet still allows the ID card to fit into a wallet and is pre-printable. The BAP ID Card...

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