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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


DLR-DK001 RFID UHF DESKTOP READER


RFID UHF DESKTOP READER The DLR-DK001 desktop reader is a multi- regional UHF RFID reader with an integrated antenna for short to medium range applications. The reader is powered and controlled directly by a USB cable, thus allowing the module to read EPC Class 1 Gen 2 UHF RFID tags in an easy desktop environment.


Because of its low profile (1.5 cm / 0.6 in) and its size (approximately an A4 page), the DLR- DK001 reader is the perfect choice for various applications such as Point of Sale, Document Tracking, Tag Programming Stations and Access Control. The module can also be used as a building block for smart shelves and smart displays.


GLOBAL COMPLIANCE Being compliant with both European and U.S. regulatory environments, the DLR-DK001 reader allows installations in various countries globally as needed by retailers, warehouses and other global organizations.


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USP ff EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and ISO18000-6C Compliant


ff Multi-Regional Support ff USB power and communication ff Integrated circular polarized antenna ff Low profile


INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS ff Point-of-sales ff Documents tracking ff Access control ff Tag programming stations ff Inventory management


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