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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


DLR-PR001 UFH LONG RANGE PORTAL READER


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The DLR-PR001 portal reader has been carefully designed according to customer requests and in-field experience from RFID installations. The result is a UHF long range reader with GPRS and outstanding RFID reading performance, computing power and communication capabilities. The reader is optimized for portal installations and features full power up to 16 antennas, Gen 2 Dense Reader Mode management and high speed read rates


NO EXTERNAL PC OR CABLING REQUIRED Based on an embedded hardware architecture (x86) and a standard Linux Operating System, the DLR-PR001 portal reader eases the development of custom software and solutions. The on-board computing power and connectivity eliminate the need for an external PC and related cabling. This results in deployment and operations cost savings, thus reducing the total cost of ownership of installed devices. The DLR-PR001 portal reader is best suited for complex AutoID scenarios, where data can be collected and fed directly to the reader from multiple sources such as smart card readers, bar code readers, GPS and other in-field sensors.


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 Portal applications f f In-store automation (smart shelves, smart displays)


f f RFID tunnels f f On vehicle installations f f Factory automation f f Access control systems


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