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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


AN610 RFID ANTENNA


The ulta-low profile small AN610 slim line antenna offers the “picture-frame” discreet aesthetics needed in smaller workspaces, such as boutique apparel shops and bookstores.


The AN610 features a simple, integrated mounting system that lets it stand just under one-half inch (12mm) from horizontal or vertical mounting surfaces. Space-saving and stylish, the outer housing is designed to be sleek and discreet enough to be at home in any business setting but rugged enough for indoor industrial environments. This easy-to-mount space-saving and stylish antenna is discreet enough for businesses with the most discerning customers, yet rugged enough to handle everyday life wherever you need an RFID reader.


A perfect complement to the FX7500 RFID reader, the AN610 antenna is ideally suited for use in wall mount, doorways, under counter, above counter as an RFID pad, on shelves, POS or end-cap displays like jewelry counter applications.


USP ff Simple, integrated mounting system ff Sleek, discreet, flat-panel design ff Tailored for business, industrial classes ff Aesthetics won’t compromise performance ff Versatile for multiple usages, environments


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SPECIFICATIONS ff Slim line flat panel RFID antenna ff Connector type N female ff Weight 1.3 lbs / 0.6 kg ff Gain 1.0 dBiL ff Frequency Range 864-868 MHz ff Environment Indoor use


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