Product innovation: UHF compact reader with special ring antenna for absolutely reliable vehicle detection
FEIG presents in the exhibition the new LRU500i UHF compact reader for the first time in Europe at RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow. The UHF reader with integrated antenna and traffic light, built into a robust housing suitable for outdoor use, opens up innovative possibilities for use in vehicle detection applications.
The specially developed ring antenna enables the secure capture of UHF labels regardless of their orientation in the reader's reading field.
Smart RFID handhelds
With the Panmobil product line, Feig Electronic is showing compact hybrid scanners for mobile use. The smart devices automatically transfer captured RFID or barcode data from the scanner via an embedded middleware to the intended target system without the need for specific programming knowledge or additional installations.
RFID solutions from Feig Electronic in action
Khaled Mohamed Ezz El Din from OGTech will be demonstrating the benefits of RFID hardware from Feig Electronic in practice at Forum 6 – Consumer IoT & Smart City – on User Day, 30 October. The world's most comprehensive document tracking system of the Qatar public prosecution department relies on more than 1,000 UHF RFID reading points on 46 floors – completely realised with readers and antennas from Feig Electronic.
Sponsor since 2011
For eight years now, Feig Electronic has been a committed supporter of Europe's largest event for RFID and wireless IoT technologies and applications. Also in 2018, the technology company based in Weilburg/Hesse will be present at the congress as an exhibitor with new products.
More than 25 years of RFID know-how
Contactless identification with RFID: safe and reliable, developed and manufactured in Germany. Feig Electronic has been standing for this for over 25 years. The company is one of the few manufacturers to have readers and antennas for all three frequency ranges with passive transponder technology: LF (125 kHz), HF (13.56 MHz) and UHF (860-960 MHz).
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