Keonn AdvanReader-70 UHF RFID Reader (1-Port)
The Keonn AdvanReader-70 UHF RFID Reader is a flexible UHF reader with an on-board microcomputer and a fully open Linux operating system. Equipped with an on-board microcomputer, the AdvanReader-70 can work stand-alone, without needing to be connected to an external computer, thereby reducing equipment costs, installation costs, and maintenance costs. The AdvanReader-70 includes several actuators and indicators on-board. Equipped with a small form factor (137 x 137 x 24 mm), the AdvanReader-70 is an ideal solution for smart shelves, smart display fixture, smart surfaces, RFID portals, RFID tunnels, point of sales, and loss prevention systems applications. The AdvanReader-70 is available in the following two models: 1-port 27 dBm power output and 2-port 30 dBm power output.
Data Sheet — Keonn AdvanReader-70 UHF RFID Reader (1-Port)
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- Keonn AdvanReader-70 UHF RFID Reader Unit
- Ethernet Cable
- Mounting Screws (With Enclosure Unit Only)
- PoE Injector, if selected above (Please note that using a non-manufacturer approved power supply voids the warranty)
Why buy this reader?
The Keonn AdvanReader-70 is an UHF RFID reader with an on-board microcomputer and a fully open Linux operating system making it ideal for stand-alone systems. With the ability to place your company logo on the enclosure, the AdvanReader-70 can become your very own reader.
- Highly flexible.
- On board computer with fully open Linux OS.
- Small form factor.
- 2 digital/analog inputs, 5 digital outputs, and 1 relay output.
- Acts as HID USB device.
- Includes several sensors, actuators and indicators on-board.
- Reduces time and cost of developing RFID systems.
- Direct connection to an external loudspeaker.
- The AdvanReader-70 can become your own reader: your company logo can be the only logo on the enclosure. Contact us today for more information.
- Common applications: smart shelves, smart display fixture, smart surfaces, RFID portals, RFID tunnels, point of sales, and loss prevention systems.