Vega reader

The Vega reader is built around our award winning, high performance M5e UHF RFID module. The Vega reader meets the harsh environmental operating standards required for use in trucks and automobiles (In Vehicle Reader model), and is ideal for deployment in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor applications. A version is available to support applications which call for the maximum permissible output power allowed by EU regulations. The Vega reader utilizes a local personal computer (not included) to provide command and control via its RS-232 serial interface.

Features of the Vega RFID Reader include:

  • Support for EPCglobal Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C) with Anti-Collision, DRM, and advanced anti-jamming
  • Three reverse-TNC antenna ports supporting monostatic 50 Ohm antennas
  • 9-pin serial connector, supporting RS232 with asynchronous data rates up to 921.6 kbps
  • 2 General Purpose inputs and one output, accessible via Molex¬© Connector
  • Certification obtained, or in process, for the following regions: North and South America, EU, Korea and other Asia-PAC countries
  • Confirmed to meet in-vehicle standards
  • Error-free read performance in vehicles with hundreds of tagged assets like tools, electronic and IT equipment, and appliance spare parts
  • Dimensions: 8.5 in L x 5.25 in W x 1.5 in H (21.6 cm x 13.3 cm x 3.8 cm)

Volume and other discounts available.


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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