DAILY RFID has released its 125KHz Low Frequency RFID Reader designed for access control applications. The rugged LF RFID reader provides a long read range up to 100 cm indoors/outdoors.
Online PR News – 22-July-2010 – – DAILY RFID has released its 125KHz Low Frequency RFID Reader designed for access control applications. The rugged LF RFID reader provides a long read range up to 100 cm indoors/outdoors.
The low frequency RFID reader can provide high sensitivity and reliable performance. The 125KHz reader can read RFID tags within a range of 50cm to 100cm, allowing for accurate and real-time data transmission.
This long range LF RFID reader can be installed quickly indoors/outdoors. It can be connected to multi ports for data transmission, such as Dallas TM, Wiegand 26, RS-485. Besides, it has Two-LED signal lamps indication for standby search and data communications to make it convenient to use.
Due to its rugged industry standard, this low frequency RFID reader is suitable for long range access control applications, such as parking control, personal identification, logistic and other long read range applications.
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About DAILY RFID CO., LIMITED
DAILY RFID CO., LIMITED (http://www.rfid-in-china.net), which belongs to PAN Group Co., ltd, is the leading company focusing on the research and development of EPC & RFID technology in China.
DAILY RFID specialize in producing arguably the world's most extensive line of RFID Tag, RFID Label, Smart Card and RFID Reader, which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification. Also, we own a factory covering an area of 26,000 square meters.
DAILY’s products are designed and manufactured with recognized industry standards relevant to RFID and its markets but most notably for use in the demanding environments to recognize and understand your business's RFID needs.