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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


STIX


Nordic ID Stix is a sleek, easy-to-use and flexible UHF RFID reader for interactive read/write applications with adjustable reading range. With the Nordic ID Stix the retail environment has a champion performer that optimizes ease- of-use with a small footprint, especially suitable for tablets and point-of-sale with limited space. The device meets the needs of a global organisation through its EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and multi-regional frequency support. It is equipped with two LED indicators. The affordable Nordic ID Stix features USB plug&play together with a compact size, makes the installation of the device extremely easy


SUITABLE APPLICATION AREAS ff Point-of-sales ff Information kiosks ff Smart displays ff Document tracking ff Smart shopping ff EAS at POS


PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS ff Multi-read UHF RFID ff Adjustable reading range ff Fast and easy software integration ff Flat and elegant design ff Cost-effective


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ff Compact size ff USB plug & play ff Deactivate / kill tag function ff 2 years warranty


SPECIFICATIONS


ff Frequency band: ETSI 865.6 - 867.6 MHz, FCC/IC 902 - 928 MHz +20 dBm. (100 mW) ERP. Adjustable in 1 dB steps.


ff RF Power ff Typical reading distance: 1 m ff Typical reading speed: 200 tags / sec ff Dimensions: (W) 53 x (L) 79 x (H) 7 mm


ff Weight: 22 g ff Operating Temperature: -20 °C to 55 °C (-4 to 130 °F)


ff Storage Temperature: -40 °C to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F)


ff USB Drivers Windows: XP, Vista, 7, 8 , Linux, Android


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