Pepperl+Fuchs UHF RFID systems

Friday, 01 November, 2019 | Supplied by: Pepperl+Fuchs (Aust) Pty Ltd


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The UHF RFID systems (865–928 MHz) from Pepperl+Fuchs are suitable for far-field applications requiring detection ranges of up to 6 m. Due to their compact design and integrated antenna, these devices are also suitable for use in confined spaces. Both series (F190 and F192) are available in the relevant frequency ranges for Europe, Asia and the Americas, which is especially advantageous for global companies.

Depending on the application, the antenna polarisation of the devices can be manually adjusted horizontally and vertically or switched automatically. This means that it is possible to adapt the device as closely as possible to a specific application without replacing the hardware, thereby ensuring that tags can be reliably identified and processes are kept free of interruption at all times.

The read/write heads in both are designed to reliably identifying multiple RFID tags in a single read operation. Information can therefore be transferred at a quicker rate, throughput times can be reduced and the efficiency of manufacturing and logistics processes can be increased.

Preassembled functional modules allow the devices to be integrated into systems more quickly, and preset parameters that are specific to each country make installation simpler. The devices are compatible with the IDENTControl system family, which means that users have the option of expanding their own systems at any time.

For more information: https://www.pepperl-fuchs.com/RFID-Hub.

Online: www.pepperl-fuchs.com
Phone: 03 9358 3400
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