Gtech RFID provides long-range RFID readers in two frequencies 433 MHz and 2.45 GHz. These long range readers are used to interrogate active RFID tags that use the 2.45 GHz and 433 MHz frequencies.
Most of the long range RFID readers have an omni-directional antenna which gives a good read range of up to 338 feet (100m), while some of them have an option to attach an external antenna. These RFID readers support L and L series + tags , compatible to 137005 RTLS series sensors and has status indication LED’s which indicates RTL , RUN, BUS, ERR and has various communication interfaces such as Wi-Fi , USB , GPRS , Ethernet , RJ45 , RS232 , RS 485. They have a direct mode and buffering mode. In direct mode, the reader uploads messages to the host system in real time. In buffering mode, the reader saves messages, which are uploaded only when requested by the host system. These RFID readers have multi-detection capability and can read 100tags per second.
Long Range RFID readers have IP 40, IP50, and IP64 ratings with the plastic cover housing which allows outstanding performance even in the most challenging environments. IP 65 rating is also provided with some of these readers by which the readers are protected from water, dust and shock.
Long range readers are popularly deployed in environments where there is a need to track large or high-value assets across large areas and spaces. These long-range RFID readers can be used in different applications such as personnel tracking, logistics, and warehouse management, closed loop asset tracking, and high-value asset tracking
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