ThingMagic USB Pro UHF RAIN RFID Reader

ThingMagic’s USB Pro with Desktop RAIN® RFID Reader,  based on the M6e-Micro LTE RFID module, offers a number of enhancements including:

  • Wider power range
  • New external antenna port
  • Enhanced firmware features

The USB Pro reader is preconfigured for most regions in the world including the Americas (FCC / IC rules), Europe (ETSI rules), India (TRAI), Korea (KCC), Australia (ACMA), China (SRRC-MII), and Japan (MIC).  The reader also has a customizable option to accommodate other areas and research applications.

The wider power range gives greater flexibility in applying the reader.  With internal and external antenna options, the power setting may now be varied to match a wider range of applications. The enhanced firmware associated with the M6e-Micro LTE module includes support for ISO 18000 6C Gen2V2 tags, faster initialization on startup, and additional protocol support (may require additional licensing).

Features of the USB Pro RFID Reader include:

  • Support for EPCglobal Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C) with Anti-Collision and DRM
  • Powered by USB connection to notebook or desktop PC
  • ThingMagic Reader Assistant software and applications development tools
  • Support for full 860 to 960 MHz UHF RFID carrier frequency range to accommodate worldwide regulations
  • Wider power range from -5 to +30 dBm
  • Certifiable for operation in countries adopting FCC, ETSI, KCC, TRAI, ACMA, SRRC regulatory specifications
  • Tag Read Rate up to 50 tags/second
  • Tag Read Distance Up to 15 m (30 feet) with internal antenna and 6 dBi external antenna
  • Operating temperature range -40 to +60º C with appropriate duty cycle
  • High impact plastic case
  • Dimensions: 97 mm L x 61 mm W x 25 mm H (3.8 in L x 2.4 in W x 1.0 in H)

 

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