GAO has released a surplus of products over the past year. So what better way to end the year then to mention not only another product, but instead mention two new products released by GAO.
The RFID solution provider has developed a new high frequency embedded reader, as well as a low frequency encapsulated tag.
GAO’s HF RFID reader, model 713002, is designed for those requiring an RFID reader solution to be embedded within another device such as any printer, terminal or handheld device using a DIP28 pin package.
The reader can be integrated into smart labels and ticketing systems and reads transponders at an operating frequency of 13.56 MHz up to distances of 20 cm. It is especially useful for transponders compliant with the ISO 15693 standard also known as vicinity cards. This reader module kit provides a baud rate of 19,200 bps and supports multi-detection. It accepts RS232, UART and RS485 communication interfaces, all while using low output power; the power required for transmission is only 0.4W and 0.35W when in standby mode. The reader module kit offers an antenna with female coax connection and is equipped with three LEDs for status indication.
To coincide with the unveiling of the model 713002 GAO RFID has released its low frequency encapsulated RFID tag operating at a frequency of 125kHz, weighing in at 1.0 g.
The plastic encapsulated RFID tag, model 111002, is compliant with IC EM4100 standards and is good at enduring harsh environments. It is waterproof and resistant to immersion in salt water, alcohol, oil, 10% HCl and ammonia. This round black RFID tag offers a maximum read quantity of 1 tag per second and a tested read range from 2 to 6 cm. This lightweight tag supports Manchester, Biphase and PSK data coding types. It is designed to be attached to or placed on an object for use in such applications as logistics, anti-counterfeiting, access control and other applications requiring an industrial transponder.