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HANDHELD READERS


1128 BLUETOOTH® UHF RFID READER


DATA COLLECTION PERFORMANCE LIKE NO OTHER The TSL® 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID reader provides new levels of RFID performance. With its R2000 core and range of interchangeable high performance antennas, the 1128 performs like no other reader giving the user the highest levels of flexibility currently available in today’s market. Designed to read and write to EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (ISO18000-6C) tags, the 1128 can also be configured with class leading high performance 2D barcode data scanning to bring unparalleled data collection capabilities to any host it is connected to. The Motorola SE4500 engine incorporates fast-pulse illumination and fast sensor shutter speeds, delivering outstanding motion tolerance and class leading 1D and 2D data capture.


PLATFORM INDEPENDENT UHF RFID READER Use existing Bluetooth® wireless technology enabled1 host devices including Enterprise Handhelds, Consumer Phones, Touchscreen MP3 players, Tablets and PC’s – the 1128 will bring high performance RFID and 2D scanning to all these devices running a wide range of Operating Systems. The 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID reader can also be tethered to a PC using


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a USB cable. Extensive software support is available for a wide range of platforms including code samples, demonstration applications and source code.


USP ff High Performance Bluetooth® Multi-modal Data Capture


ff Hardware Platform Independence ff OS Independence ff Batch Data Collection ff Flexible Configuration ff High Performance barcode scanning


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