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HANDHELD READERS


NORDIC ID EXA 51


Use your own smart device in combination with the Nordic ID EXA51 for accurate and powerful UHF RFID performance on your reader. Enjoy the perks of heavy duty data collection with your own device.


Combine outstanding UHF RFID performance with your smart device for a seamless RFID experience. With the Nordic ID EXA51 retail and logistics markets receive a powerful UHF RFID reader that is compatible with the most common operating systems. The Nordic ID EXA51 offers powerful reading performance and long battery life, these make it the ideal UHF RFID reader for heavy-duty inventory tasks.


VARIANTS: Image: Exa variants Mounting Options: Image: mounting options


USP


RFID Performance: High performance UHF RFID for existing smart devices due to the outstanding RFID antenna Reliable adaptive cross dipole antenna enables accurate long distance as well as near proximity RFID reading Software Development: Pleasant user experiences on Android and


iOS devices Easy Application development with Android and iOS development tools Use existing smart devices: Effortlessly connect the Nordic ID EXA51


to your smart device via Bluetooth low energy for heavy duty RFID Data collection


PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS


ff All major 1D barcodes and 2D codes ff Enhanced aiming mode (automatic switching between scan line / aiming dot)


ff Configurable scan alert sounds


ff Nordic ID NUR-10W reader module ff Rechargeable, removable Lithium-Ion battery pack 7000 mAh, 3.7V - Up to 24 h in intensive use


More information on our website. f f IP54 – dust and water splash protected 17


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