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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


FX9500 The


Zebra


FX7500 Fixed RFID Reader


introduces advanced Zebra RFID radio technology designed for faster read rates, more accurate data capture and more consistent performance even in challenging business environments. The Zebra radio is paired with a new, more flexible Linux-based network architecture that integrates the tools and open-standard interfaces needed for fast, easy deployment with RFID and back-end applications. The FX7500 helps you protect your RFID investment and achieve a lower total cost of ownership, so you can deploy your RFID solution without delays, unnecessary complications or unexpected costs.


USP ff High-performance RFID reader ff Rugged design ff Application flexibility and lower deployment costs


ff Increased efficiency and accuracy ff Small footprint ff Configurations: 4-port and 8-port model ff Performs in either Monostatic or Bistatic mode


SPECIFICATIONS


ff Material: Die-cast aluminum, meets IP53 standards


ff Visual Status Indicators: Multicolor LEDs


ff Antenna Ports: FX9500-4: 4 mono- or bistatic ports FX9500-8: 8 mono- or bistatic ports


ff Communications: 10/100 BaseT Ethernet, USB Host & Client (Type A & B), Serial


ff Frequency 902 MHz – 928 MHz, 865 MHz – 868 MHz


ff Safety UL 60950-01, UL 2043, IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1


ff Air Protocols ISO 18000-6C, ISO 18000- 6B


ff Linux Operating System ff Memory Flash 128 MB, DRAM 128 MB


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