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HANDHELD READERS


D600


ERGONOMIC, ELEGANT AND RUGGED Built for harsh environments in warehouse, distribution and industrial manufacturing. Stylish enough to be showcased in boutique retail environments.


The DuraScan® Model D600 Contactless Reader/Writer features great ergonomics fitting perfectly in your hand for comfortable and extended use. Light and small enough to fit in your pocket.


Designed for mobility, scanning up to 330 ft (100 m) with Bluetooth® wireless technology. Made for iOS, Android, or Windows® devices with Bluetooth LE.


USP ff Reading – Fast NFC & RFID Reader (HF tags, labels, smart devices).


f f Writing – Write/Encode, lock, unlock tags and communicate peer-to-peer with smart devices.


f f Exceptional Reading Ability - reads small tags, hard-to-reach tags, tags surrounded by metal or water.


f f Exceptional Ergonomics – Small, light and fits perfectly in the hand (with or without gloves


on) for comfortable use over 19 extended periods of time.


f f Long Lasting Battery - Power to last for two 8-hour shifts.


f f User Feedback - Intuitive LED indicators and melodies let users monitor battery, Bluetooth connection and scanning status at a glance.


SPECIFICATIONS


ff NFC/RFID front-end: NXP CLRC663 ff Carrier frequency: 13.56 MHz (RFID HF, NFC)


ff Read/Write Speed: 264 kbps (ISO 15693), 1064kbps (ISO 14443, 212/424kbps (ISO 18092)


ff Antenna: Integrated, 28mm x 14mm, balanced


ff Bluetooth Radio: Bluetooth Low Energy, version 4.2


ff Dimensions: 5.2 (L) x 1.5 (W) x 1.6 (H) in (132.2x 37.1 x 40.1 mm)


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