Herndon, VA, July 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Invengo Technology Corporation adds to its reader product range with the release of the UHF Gen 2 860E.
A high performance RFID reader with unprecedented mobile date capability; the 860E reader brings all the functionality that is expected from a top range reader with the addition of Wi-Fi, GPRS, and Bluetooth.
The 860E mobile data function allows the reader to communicate by connecting to a local area network, or cellular link; producing two key benefits.
Big savings on installation cost.
The Invengo 860E does not require the automatic use of an Ethernet data cable, thereby generating huge potential savings in material and labor, during installation.
Connect the reader to a power supply, plug in the antenna, and you are ready to go.
The 860E is ideal where there is a requirement for mobile functionality from a powerful reader, such as in a library application, or when readers are required to run on a mobile platform.
Move the reader to a new location whenever necessary. The 860E will operate wherever there is power and a wireless data connection; so it can be moved to different locations within a standard RFID environment.
Incorporating the Impinj Indy processor, the 860E works in dense reader mode, provides advanced filtering techniques, and supports multiple protocols. Full data can be found in the products section of the Invengo web site; www.invengo.com
“We see the 860E reader as creating a revolution in the RFID markets, as customers can now look to use their wireless networks to transmit RFID data.” said Philip Calderbank; Invengo VP Sales & Marketing. “What’s more, the reader is priced to be one of the most competitive in its class. It’s the latest addition to our family of UHF ISO 18,000 6C (Gen 2) and 6B readers. Invengo is well known for having developed an extensive passive UHF system for the Chinese Railway. That systems demands high performance reading of fast trains, in an environment where there is a lot of metal and liquid and we are now benefiting by commercializing Invengo technologies, which where originally designed for this railway program.”
Only for the American and Asia markets at this time; with immediate shipping from Herndon, VA. USA.
Invengo is a public quoted company, and employs around 500 people in its Shenzhen design and manufacturing HQ. It designs and manufacturers a complete range of its own UHF and HF inlays, tags, readers, and reader modules, for many RFID applications such as logistics tracking, library, health care, manufacturing, temperature monitoring, pharmaceuticals, etc.
The firm is best known as the RFID technology provider for the Chinese Railway automatic train identification system, which includes 17,000 RFID readers, 565,000 passive tags and an information system integrated across 995 facilities in the China Railway network.
The Company now develops complete sets of RFID products, designed for most RFID applications.
Philip Calderbank firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +1 720 207 0334