4 Port Antenna RFID Reader [ThingMagic IZAR]

Description  

ThingMagic IZAR is a compact, programmable, 4-port RAIN UHF RFID network-attached reader with both read and write capability.  The reader supports the entire suite of RAIN UHF RFID tag functionality, including Gen2V2 security.  Optional, non-RAIN tag protocols are also available, including ISO 18000-6B, IP-X and AEI ATA (transportation).  Multiple Data Interfaces Control and data gathering connections to ThingMagic IZAR can be made over both LAN and client USB interfaces. Other interfaces can also be supported by adapters connected to the USB host interface, including WiFi, Bluetooth, and serial connections.

Key Technica Data

  • Dimensions:  194 mm / 7.6 in. x W: 139 mm / 5.5 in. x H: 33.6 mm / 1.3 in
  • Weight : 1.51 lbs. (0.7 kg)
  • Computer Interface:
    • RJ45 (10/100 Base-T Ethernet)
    • USB Type B (client console, memory stick, and RNDIS port
    • USB Type A (host accessory port)
    • GPIO interface :  GPIOs; 4 Inputs & 4 Outputs12-Pln, two-row Terminal Block (GPIO Interface)
    • Micro SD Card Interface (Future use) Micro HDMI Video port (Future use)
  • RF Interface: External Interface Four RP-TNC connectors
  • RF Output Power:  0 to +31.5 dBm in 0.01 dBsteps
  • Operating frequency: 920-925  MHz
  • Supported transponders: EPC Gen 2V2 ISO 18000-63 ISO 18000-6B (optional) IP-X (optional) AEI ATA (optional)
  • Reading distance typical: Max Tag Read Distance Over 9 m (30 feet) with 9dBiC or 6dBiL antenna
  • Performance tag read rate: Max read 750 tag reads per second
  • Power Supply:  Power Over  Ethernet 802.3af, Supports 100m cable
  • External DC Power:  DC 9-30V
  • Operating temperature:  -40°C to +60°C
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to +85°C
  • Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
  • Standard conformity:
    • FCC 47 CFR Ch. 1 part 15
    • Industry Canada RSS-21 0
    • ENSI EN 302 208 v3.1.1 (RED 2014/53/EU)
    • ROHS compliant IEC 60950-1(ed.2) CA-10430-UL
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