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HANDHELD READERS


DLR-BT001 RFID POCKET READER WITH BLUETOOTH® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY


RFID POCKET READER WITH BLUETOOTH® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY UHF RFID technology allows users to read and write information on devices, name tags or transponders, which are placed on objects for their identification.


Read/write operations can occur without a line-of-sight and at longer distances and faster speeds compared to other passive technologies, thus allowing a less expensive and more efficient automated process.


KEYBOARD EMULATION AND BATCH MODE OPERATION The HID version supports native keyboard emulation allowing the reader to interact directly with legacy applications, office automation software or any other generic solution requiring manual input.


The reader can also operate in Batch Mode allowing the reader to store EPC bar codes into the internal memory when the reader is out of radio range.


MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS Designed for mobile operators in outdoor and indoor areas, the DLR-BT001 reader is ideal for in-store inventory management, field sales mobility, service and maintenance applications. When paired with a Smartphone or Tablet, the DLR-BT001 reader is a cost effective alternative to more expensive handheld devices.


USP ff EPC Global Class 1 Gen 2 and ISO 18000-6Cf compliant


ff USB and Bluetooth wireless communications ff SPP and HID Bluetooth profiles ff Integrated linear polarized antenna ff Small, lightweight and ergonomic form factor


ff Battery powered ff LCD display ff iPhone/iPad compatibility ff UHF add-on to Bluetooth wireless ff communication devices ff Inventory Management


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