The seventh RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow event is taking place - and iDTRONIC is a part of it!
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow, Europe's largest RFID and Wireless IoT event, is taking place on September 27 and 28, 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany - and iDTRONIC is a part of it. At the company's booth, visitors can experience the latest RFID hardware innovations live and take the opportunity to talk to experts about new products and features.
At the two-day conference, see cutting-edge developments in identification, automation, digitalization, and standardization that support the digital transformation of all industries, from manufacturing, logistics, and retail to healthcare, and security.
Experience on the show floor: BLUEBOX Professional RFID
The enterprise-ready BLUEBOX product family includes RFID readers and writers for all fields of application and system environments. The devices are offered with new Profinet, Modbus TCP, CANBUS J1939, and CANBUS CANOpen Interfaces, as well as for users of RS232/485, USB, Ethernet, or Profibus. The BLUEBOX devices are offered for UHF and HF frequencies.
All-in-one Android Handhelds with RFID
The rugged C4 Handhelds with Android OS combine the functionality of a consumer smartphone with enterprise-level capabilities and features. Thanks to fully integrated RFID readers, touch displays, integrated cameras, and optional 1D barcode scanners or 2D imagers, they can handle numerous work tasks on the go. The C4 Handheld Computer is available with a UHF, HF, or LF reader. The special UHF Gun version with ergonomic piston grip and external RFID reader unit is especially well-suited for mid- and long-range applications in demanding environments.
Desktop Reader with HID and adjustable UID output
Would you like some more? The new Desktop Reader EVO HF+ offers more functionality and comfort. The HF+ is a full RFID reader and writer with human interface device (HID) capability. In addition, users can freely choose the output format of a transponder UID. Once set, the UID will be put out either in hexadecimal, decimal format, or coded in ASCII. For certain types of transponders, it is even possible to output individual memory areas. The output format can be simply changed via software as often as required.