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Smart Handheld Readers for Mobile Access Control
An Iphone, Ipod & Ipad-Based Prox & Smartcard Rfid Reader, With Apps For Access Control, Event Management & Mustering.
Cloud-Based Back-End For Solution Hosting, Device Management & Usage Tracking.
Verify Credentials In Any Setting
Mobss Handheld Readers And End-To-End Software Integrate With Your Enterprise Security Systems To Deliver Mobile Access Control.
From: MOBSS HANDHELD READERS
Cloud-In-Hand Feature Highlight - Connecting RFID Scanners With BLE
Check out all the Cloud-In-Hand Mobile Workforce Applications at www.cloud-in-hand.com.
New Cloud-In-Hand Feature Highlight - Connect RFID Scanners With BLE Offering Ultra-fast RFID connections to iPad, iPhone, iPod.
The in-app Serial Device Manager (SDM) provides you with a tool to discover and connect to Bluetooth RFID and NFC devices in less than 1 second.
Scan RFID-NFC into any iOS app or text field.
Use this app to connect RFID Readers like the Scanfob Ultra-BB2 UHF Reader / Writer and...
From: Serialio, Ltd.
TSL's RFID Readers For Mobile Phones and Devices
We recently attended RFID Journal LIVE! 2014 in Orlando, Florida. While at the show, we interviewed leaders, systems manufacturers, and solutions providers in the RFID industry. In this interview, we spoke with Dr. David Evans, Managing Director at Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd.
From: Atlas RFID Store
Self Scanning Options for QR Codes and RFID/NFC cards, FOBs and wristbands
Track attendance. Validate tickets. Control access. Kiosk mode.
First we show you scanning mobile and printed QR codes using the front camera of iOS and Android devices. Then we show you reading RFID/NFC cards, FOBs, wristbands and tags using Android devices connected to a dedicated reader or using the built-in NFC reader of Android devices.
Best practices for using the codeREADr app for attendance, ticket validation and asset tracking can be found...
IP30 Bluetooth Pairing
Shows how to pair an IP30 RFID reader to an Intermec mobile device.
From: Honeywell Productivity
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How to pair CipherLab 1861 or 1862 Bluetooth UHF RFID Handheld Reader to Android Phone / Tablet ?
Read Range for Standard EPC G2 UHF RFID Tag:
The CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader gives your Bluetooth® mobile devices extended UHF RFID reading and writing capabilities. Its unique snap-on design enables hassle-free one-hand operation by simply snapping your mobile computers onto its custom mount. In this way, you can integrate barcode capture and UHF RFID data collection into one robust device while the 1861 offers flexibility to switch between RFID tags and barcode...
From: CipherLab USA
Inspection Device Overview - IDBLUE RFID Bluetooth Pen (High Frequency 13.56Mhz)
www.fieldid.com - In this video, the Field ID team looks at the IDBLUE RFID Bluetooth pen and its usefulness for mobile inspections. This reader is High Frequency (HF) 13.56Mhz (ISO15693) and can use both USB and Bluetooth. Many Field ID users use this device to conduct inspections on RFID-enabled products such as harnesses and lifting equipment. For more information, visit http://www.fieldid.com.
From: Field iD
Invengo XC1003 Mobile IoT Device
This is a short introduction video that we shot at the 2016 RFID Journal Live event in Orlando. Florida. In this video Brett Green from Invengo provides a quick introduction to their new XC1003 mobile IoT device. To learn more about this device please visit: http://www.invengo.com/rfid-product-line/readers-antennas/rain-rfid-uhf-readers/xc-1003-iot-phone/
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From: Forward Vision Marketing, LLC
iPad, iPhone, iTouch NFC reader scans RFID tag data into any iOS app
This video shows how to use the IDChamp high frequency RFID reader with a BlueSnap HID dongle from Serialio.com to read these RFID tags into the Notepad app on the iPad.
Both the IDChamp RFID reader, and BlueSnap-HID dongle, are powered by the mobile power pack. We turn on the power and the BlueSnap will make a Bluetooth connection with the iPad, the connection can be confirmed when the BlueSnap connection LED is on steady.
Then we simply tap where we want the data to be typed and scan the...
RFID Transponder Implant
Opening the door with my xNT RFID transponder implant in my hand.
My transponder implant is from https://dangerousthings.com/shop/xnti/
"The xNT can be read and written to by many types of ISO14443A based RFID systems, and all NFC compliant reader/writer devices including USB devices and all NFC capable mobile phones."
From: Amie DD