Sharp Series HF380

8-Port Fixed Reader

Adopts Impinj E710/R2000 high-performance RFID chip; built-in Linux,
easy to customize application development; can support POE power
supply at maximum power; expandable Bluetooth, WiFi wireless
transmission function; support RJ-45/RS-232/RS-485 /USB/Wiegand
multiple communication interfaces; support remote configuration via Web.
  • 8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
  • 8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
  • 8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
  • 8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
  • 8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
8-Port Fixed Reader HF380
  • Impinj RAIN RFID E710 chip (Indy R2000 optional)
  • Processor AT91SAM9G25 clocked at 400MHz
  • Support remote configuration via web software
  • Built-in Linux system, data cache/white list supportable
  • RJ-45/RS-232/RS-485/USB/Wiegand ports supported
  • PoE,PoE+ IEEE802.3bt (supports max 35db)
  • Scalable Bluetooth, WiFi wireless function
  • Supports RSSI and tag data filtering
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Hopeland Fixed RFID Reader

* Powered by Impinj RAIN RFID E710 chip for maximum tag detection performance.

* Android 9.0 OS based open development environment

* Support MQTT provides real-time, reliable messaging services for connecting cloud servers

* Support HTTP POST communication to send the tag data to the web URL directly

* Support to send the tag data to the specified database directly

* Kinds of communication interfaces: RJ45, RS485, Wiegand, USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G

*  Industrial, installation friendly I/O connector,

*  Support RSSI, speed filters, antenna detection, online update

* Real useful PoE (max 35dbi power output) supportable

  • System
    Processor ARM 9,400MHz
    Memory Flash 128MB,SDRAM 32MB
    Operation System Linux 2.6
    Firmware upgrade Demo software/remote upgrade
    SDK Windows system– .Net / .Net core / C++ / Java SDK
    Android system- Java
    Linux system – Java SDK
  • Environment
    Operating temperature -20℃~+70℃
    Storage temperature -40℃~+85℃
    Humidity 5%RH~95%RH (no condensation)
    Protection Level IP5X
    Add waterproof case for outdoor use
  • RFID
    Protocol ISO/IEC 18000-6B,6C/EPC C1Gen2、C2Gen2,GB/T 29768-2013, GJB 7377.1
    Frequency CMII:920MHz~925MHz,840MHz~845MHz
    EAC/ANATEL/KC/SIRIM/NBITC optional &customizable
    Output Power 0dBm~35dBm(±1dBm)
    Read Range 0m~30m (Related to transmit power, antenna type, tag type and application environment)
    Channel Bandwidth <200KHz
    Special Function Automatic reading/whitelisting;
    Breakpoint resume/data filter;
    Custom PLC/Modbus compatible data format
    Read RF/EM temperature RFID sensor
    Operating mode Supports multi-tag/intensive read and write
  • Physical
    Dimension 241mm×132mm×36mm
    Weight 1.2Kgs
    G.W: 1.5Kgs
    Material Die-cast Aluminum
    Status indication Power, Status, Antenna Port Indicators
    Power consumption 25W
    Communication Interface RJ45, RS232, RS485, USB Host&Client, Wiegand
    Optional WiFi, Bluetooth
    I/O interface 4 optocoupler input, 4 relay output
    Input Power DC 24V/2.5A(DC 9V~30V,60W)
    Antenna Port 8 RP-TNC antenna ports
Smart Retail
RFID Smart Refrigerator
With the rising cost of human resources and the increasing demand for the ultimate shopping experience, consumers are more comfortable with access to food and beverages anytime and anywhere. This has led to the emergence of smart new retail methods such as unmanned convenience stores, smart refrigerators, and smart vending machines. Among them, unmanned vending machines are one of the most common ones in daily life.

At same time, retail companies need to track all goods inventory status, improve operational efficiency, save labor cost and analysis customer's purchase trend to increase revenue. RFID technology can help them achieve it effortlessly. Nowadays, RFID technology is widely used in retail. The automatic retail fridge is built with RFID UHF hardware, so that retailers can track the goods status at any time. More importantly, smart RFID refrigerators enable buyer to finish purchase process alone and automatically.
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Smart Retail
Smart Retail Store
Pain points in traditional retail stores
Operating aspects:
The operating costs of common convenience stores continue to rise
The cost of rent
convenience stores and merchants are more and more concerned with the capital. But the store resources are relatively scarce, and the pressure on the rising cost of rent will continue to exist in the future.
Labor costs
The decline of the working age workforce increases the labor cost. The increase of convenience store staff mobility and the increase of personnel costs and management costs.
The cost of water and electricity
The relative area is larger and the water power consumption is more.
Consumer aspects:
Purchasing daily necessities is inconvenient and far away.
There is no 24-hour store in the evening, and difficult to meet any emergency.
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Industry 4.0
Textile Production
At present, bar code scanners are used to scan the labels outside the box one by one in the weaving and weaving yarn bins and winding in and out warehouses. The average daily scanning time is more than 28 hours and the workload is large, which wastes a lot of manpower and is not efficient.

The modern warehouse management system based on RFID technology can automatically complete the scanning of multiple labels at one time, save time and manpower, effectively achieve the accuracy of inventory, detect idle weft yarns in time, and improve the efficiency of management weft allocation. Cooperate with automatic assembly line, AGV, manipulator and other equipment, use RFID technology to intelligently perceive equipment and materials, realize production automation, real-time and visualize warehouse management, and use special mobile terminals to achieve fast and accurate inventory. The successful implementation of the project will provide strong support for the information process of the subsequent automated allocation warehouse.
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Intelligent Transportation
Tool Management Solutions
Traditional tool management methods generally rely on non-automated, paper-based systems to record, track and manage; a few use barcodes to identify and manage assets; but the efficiency is extremely low, with the increase in the number of assets, extremely The earth has increased the burden of management personnel, a serious waste of human resources, and also increased the difficulty of tool management, often resulting in untimely data and high error rates. Often the inventory management is chaotic, and the inbound and outbound data is wrong. If it is left to exist on a large scale for a long time, it will bring great cost problems to the enterprise.

In terms of tool management application technology, traditional automatic identification technologies such as one-dimensional bar code/two-dimensional bar code have also been widely used in the management of item classification and labeling. However, the barcode technology itself relies on the visible light scanning reflection, the recognition rate is low, the barcode is easily damaged and stained, and the amount of stored information is small. Generally, it only identifies a certain type of product, which affects its wide application in logistics management.

Compared with barcode technology, RFID radio frequency identification technology is a typical representative of non-contact long-distance automatic identification technology. RFID technology has high recognition accuracy, reliable performance, large amount of stored information, and oil and sewage resistance, especially suitable for automatic identification requirements in harsh working environments. The use of RFID tags to replace barcodes and other identified goods can effectively complete the automatic management of assets, and realize the automatic collection, automatic processing and report output of asset information.
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