Micro-LTE

Micro-LTE The 2-port Micro-LTE is one of ThingMagic's smallest embedded UHF RFID reader modules and is designed to meet the demands of high performance RFID handheld, mobile, and stationary readers. The Micro-LTE offers a read rate of 50 tags/second and is optimized for devices, device accessories and applications that require reading small tag populations.

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M6e

M6e The 4-port Mercury6e (M6e) embedded UHF RFID reader module offers world leading performance, form factor, and time-to-market advantages to OEM, Value Added Reseller, and Solution Provider customers. It is designed to the performance standards of full size readers, but is small and efficient enough to be used in mobile applications.

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M5e

m5eAbout the size of a PCMCIA Type II PC card, The Mercury5e (M5e) UHF RFID module concentrates high-performance into a small package so you can design ThingMagic RFID into your own device. The M5e is ideal for adding UHF RFID read/write capabilities to a wide range of products and solutions, from high-speed label printing and inlay testing, to stationary, mobile, and handheld computers.

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M5e-Compact

M5e-Compact The single-port M5e-Compact embedded UHF RFID reader is about the same size as a compact flash card. This RFID reader module is ideal for adding UHF RFID read/write capabilities to battery-powered mobile printers and hand-held readers, where small size and low power consumption are essential and where the higher RF power and advanced anti-jamming capabilities of the Mercury5e module are not required.

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RFID Demand Increasing

"Month to month, we're seeing demand for RFID label applications that extend far beyond traditional retail and supply chain use. In addition to CPG suppliers, manufacturers and retailers, our RFID customers include businesses in the food industry, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and other markets, using RFID for inventory control, asset tracking, document tracking, and even patient tracking. When they see a demonstration of a 10-second RFID scan of a rack of products versus a 10-minute manual bar code scan of the same rack, they're eager to adopt RFID and customize an application for their specific use."

-- Stephen Hull, Sato America