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Integrated RFID reader for Parking ETC System

Sharp series Linux Super long reading Integrated reader
One of Sharp series Hopeland Fixed Reader
Integrated design but support 1 additional antenna port
Running with Impinj Indy R2000 chipset/ newest Impinj E710
RAIN RFID reader chip upgradable
Operated on Linux 2.6 operation system.
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IP66 Parking Integrated RFID reader with 2-port
Features
  • Impinj R2000 / E710 RAIN RFID reader chip
  • RJ45, RS-232, RS-485, Wiegand communication interfaces
  • Linux 2.6 OS
  • PoE (max 35dbm) Optional
  • Higher Sensitivity -85dbm
  • Web platform
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Specifications
  • System
    Processor ARM9, 400MHz
    Memory Flash 128MB; DRAM 32 MB
    Operating System Linux 2.6
    Firmware Upgrade Demo software
    API Support Windows system– .Net / .Net core / C++ / Java SDK
    Android system- Java
    Linux system – Java SDK
  • Physical
    Dimensions 276mm×276mm×71mm
    Weight G.W. 4.5Kgs
    Housing Material Die-cast aluminum
    Visual Status Indicators Power/Status, Ant 1-2
  • RFID
    Chipset Impinj Indy R2000/ E710
    Air Protocols ISO/IEC18000-6B, 6C / EPC C1Gen2 C2GEN2 optional
    Frequency 902-928MHz , 865-868MHz,
    920-925MHz
    Output Power 0dBm-35dBm (±1dBm) adjustable
  • Environment
    Operating Temperature -25°C - +70°C
    Storage Temperature -40°C - +85°C
    Operating Humidity 5-95% non-condensing (+25℃)
Applications
Intelligent Transportation
Highway RFID Tolling
With the in-depth development of the world economy, the transportation infrastructure has been greatly improved, but the traffic capacity of the road network is increasingly unable to meet the needs of traffic growth, traffic congestion and congestion are becoming more and more serious, especially in high-speed toll stations. How to realize the effective command, coordinated control and management of various vehicles has become an important issue faced by the transportation and safety management departments of different countries and regions.
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Warehousing & Logistic
Smart Warehousing
Modern warehouse storage is not only to complete the simple batch processing of goods in and out, but also to make clear database records of the types, quantities, production attributes, stacking positions and other information of goods in the warehouse. In order to obtain accurate product data and supply chain information at all stages of the logistics chain.

At present, the one-dimensional barcode/two-dimensional barcode identification technology has been widely used in the management of item classification and labeling. However, its barcode technology relies on visible light scanning reflection, has low recognition rate, is easy to break, contaminates, is sensitive to media such as water and oil, and stores a limited amount of information, which affects its application in large-scale logistics management.

RFID radio frequency identification technology is a typical representative of automatic identification technology. It has high recognition accuracy, reliable performance, large amount of stored information, resistance to oil and sewage washing, etc. It is especially suitable for automatic identification requirements in industrial environments. The use of RFID tags to replace barcodes and other identification products can effectively complete the automatic management of warehousing and realize automatic collection, automatic processing and information reporting of product information.
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