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FIXED READERS AND ANTENNAS


AN710 RFID ANTENNA


This general purpose, entry-level RFID antenna has a 5.75” x 5.75” compact design so that it can be discreetly installed in even the most space- constrained environments. Its sleek white appearance makes it perfect for customer- facing spaces where aesthetics are important. The AN710 comes with an integrated articulating mount allowing this small, low profile antenna to be easily mounted.


The compact AN710 RFID antenna offers all the features required for carpeted and customer facing environments. A low gain antenna (3.5 dBi), the AN710 is extremely compact and offers the sleek aesthetics needed for discreet installation in the most space-constrained spaces — for example, under the point of sale (POS) counter. A perfect complement to Zebra’s FX7500 RFID Reader. The rugged AN720 is designed to withstand exposure to rain, snow and extreme temperatures — ideal for the receiving dock doors or outdoor shopping areas.


USP ff Enhances performance of attached reader ff Suited for constrained spaces ff Sturdy design enables easy installation ff Compact design for business class


SPECIFICATIONS ff Compact Thin RFID antenna ff Connector type N female ff Weight 1.1 lbs / 0.5 kg ff Gain 3.0 dBiL ff Frequency Range 867-870 MHz ff Environmental Sealing IP65


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