Reader applications HF passive reader for security label
Asset and equipment inventory NFC identification purpose
Intelligent tour appliances electronic logistics label
Intelligent electrical toll system used on highway
Verifying the authenticity Patrolling security system
Goods inventory to know stock quantity situation
RFID tag manufacturer with passive reader
RFID Micro Pocket NFC Reader Factory Manufacturer
Support HF label protocolsMifare1KUltralightNTAG203only support KeyA function.
Support IOS, Android intelligent platforms.
Communication interface: 3.5mm audio interface ( common headphone jack)
Read distance: 22mmdepend on tag size
Work time: continuous 7 hours, query over 3 000 times.
Material: ABS+PC engineer plastics
Battery capacity: Lithium battery 130mA, can be recharged.
Charge method: USB 5V/0.5Acharge time is about 30 minutes.
Work environment temperature: -20~60
Indicator light states: normal work: green light maintain light. read tag ID: green light flashes. Read tag block data: green light flashes. Equipment malfunction: light does not shine. Low power : green light has been slow blink ( low power alarm, please charge as soon as possible ) Ultra low power: green light always flash rapidly ( low power cant use, cant read card) In charge: long red light. Charge electricity finished: long green light.
U: Ultra High Frequency(UHF)
H: High Frequency
KB: KeyBoard Simulator
PB: Palm Keyboard
Simple serial commands supported for fast remote control
Support with Android and IOS
USB-Powered (PC-linked mode)
USB 2.0 Full Speed Interface
no need to key-in barcode data manually
reduces input errors, speeds up operation
application switching is not necessary
works with each 3rd party app
Automate Data Acquisition
It is easy to carry with smart terminals such as mobile phones, and is very suitable for application management such as member management, traceability management, product anti-counterfeiting, and equipment asset management
Enables users to accomplish their data collection tasks with more efficiency in a wide variety of applications such as retail in-store item-level tagging and enterprise asset management.