Kathrein RRU 4560 UHF RFID Reader
One of the next generation of lot devices, the Kathrein RRU 4560 UHF RFID Reader is a best in class 30-dBm UHF RF unit equipped with connectivity interface PoE+ and a powerful scalable processing unit that changes the way identification works.
Data Sheet Kathrein RRU 4560 UHF RFID Reader
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- Kathrein RRU 4560 UHF RFID Reader unit
Note: A Power Supply is NOT included. If you need assistance sourcing a compatible Power Supply, please contact us.
Why buy this reader?
The Kathrein RRU 4560 UHF RFID Reader is based on the EPC Gen 2v2 (ISO 18000-63) standard and supports all market leading transponder chip features for security, authentication, and encoding.
- 2 Ethernet ports.
- For all professional AutoID solutions.
- ARMv7-A based processor, 2 cores @ 800 MHz.
- Linux operating system.
- Connectivity interface PoE+.
- Common applications: logistics, industry automation, vehicle identification, and smart city applications.
- IP 67 rated.
- GPIO 4 Inputs, 4 Outputs.
- © KRAI Interface.
What is Kathrein RFID Antenna Interface (© KRAI)?
The Kathrein © KRAI system includes proprietary Kathrein readers and antennas that allow for the use of up to 4 antennas simultaneously in any combination with a Kathrein © KRAI enabled RFID reader. Kathrein © KRAI Smart Shelf Antennas have two ports to allow for the chaining of antennas together. A maximum of 8 Smart Shelf Antennas can be cascaded at a single antenna port allowing for selective access to up to 32 individual antennas and the reading result to be linked to the antenna recognition and be output. This functionality is great for smart shelf deployments, or any application that requires a large number of antennas.
The phase control elements integrated into the Kathrein Wide-Range 7070 RFID © KRAI Antenna (FCC/ETSI) enables static or dynamic adjustments of antenna characteristics. Due to this, four different polarizations can be selected: RHCP, LHCP, horizontal linear, and vertical linear. One can choose between static polarization and automatic switch-over. Using this combination, it is possible to automatically control a large number of extended functions in an entire RFID system.
NOTE: Kathrein © KRAI Antennas can be operated ONLY in conjunction with © KRAI enabled readers.