ThingMagic® Accessories Cable
ThingMagic offers coaxial and flat ribbon cables. The coaxial cables are used to connect antennas to the Mercury4 and Mercury5 UHF RFID readers. The flat ribbon cable is compatible with the serial data connector of the M5e family of embedded modules.
Coaxial cable offerings include:
- 6 foot Bistatic Cable Set; 2 cables (CBL-2P6)
- 20 foot Bistatic Cable Set for Mercury5 UHF RFID Reader; 2 cables (CBL-2P20)
- 20 foot Bistatic Plenum-rated Cable set for Mercury5 UHF RFID Reader; 2 cables (CBL-2P20-PL)
- 25 foot Bistatic Cable Set for Mercury4 UHF RFID Reader; 2 cables (CPB-2P25)
A one foot flat ribbon cable (same as is used in the Development Kit to interface with the serial port of the Mercury5e and M5e-Compact modules) is available under part number CBL-EMB-4.
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