ThingMagic® Pico Module
Smallest form factor embedded module
ThingMagic Pico is the smallest form factor for a Mercury Series embedded UHF/RAIN RFID module. With very low power consumption it is ideal for battery-operated, low cost, small form-factor portable readers. And its’ wide RF output range is critical in supporting read/write requirements for RFID-enabled printers and tag commissioning stations.
The Pico platform uses the same Mercury API as other JADAK ThingMagic products, allowing for easy software integration and customization based on form-fit-function SKUs. And the module is flexible enough to allow OEMs to tailor a license that enables the features of interest in the field.
- Handheld Devices
- Consumables Authentication
- Device Configuration
- Access Control
The JADAK Difference
With decades of medical and industrial engineering expertise, JADAK is a market leader and primary supplier of custom machine vision, RFID, barcode, printing, and color and light measurement products and services for original equipment manufacturers. Our team of advanced-degree engineers become an extension of your team, gain a deep understanding of your application, then, develop and implement a solution that’s a precise fit. All supported by full lifecycle management of your product.
CASE STUDY: RFID for a safer school environment
RFID tags were affixed to the childrens’ bicycles and each time they rode through the school gate, a special custom-designed RFID cabinet containing a fixed reader would log the arrival of that child.
CASE STUDY: RFID for train car location and tracking
Train cars were equipped with an RFID tag and JADAK IZAR RFID readers were placed at multiple locations along the tracks. Combined with smart user software, this allows RSN to quickly retrieve the correct location of a train car.
WHITEPAPER: Improving Healthcare Asset Management with RAIN RFID Technology
This white paper explains how healthcare organizations are using RAIN RFID technology for asset management to drive improvements in hospital operations and patient care.
How RFID can improve supply chain and patient safety in the COVID era
Today’s custom RFID applications have found new and greater significance in the medical space. By enabling item-level visibility, health organizations can directly enhance human biosafety and make their supply chains more accurate and responsive. But these applications are far from the over-the-counter solutions that can be found online. To reap these RFID benefits, custom engineering shops leverage several technologies, like AI and blockchain, in tandem with RFID tags hardened against harsh environments, to make the tracking of small things possible and bringing the story of their data to life.