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RFID Reader Antenna

This is USA Frequency UHF RFID Reader/Writer, Passive Reading, Support ISO18000-6C(EPC C1G2), this CTRF-9092-9D70XQT-002 with 9dBi gain and 902-928(866±5)MHz frequency.

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Product Description

This is USA Frequency UHF RFID Reader/Writer, Passive Reading, Support ISO18000-6C(EPC C1G2), this CTRF-9092-9D70XQT-002 with 9dBi gain and 902-928(866±5)MHz frequency.


Indoor-outdoor RFID Reader Antenna 9dBi Panel Antenna

This is USA Frequency UHF RFID Reader/Writer, Passive Reading, Support ISO18000-6C(EPC C1G2), this CTRF-9092-9D70XQT-002 with 9dBi gain and 902-928(866±5)MHz frequency.

Electrical Specifications

Model

CTRF-9092-9D70XQT-002

Frequency Range

902-928(866±5)MHz

Gain

9dBi

H-Beam width

70±10°

V-Beam width

70±10°

Polarization

Linear Polarization

F/B Ratio

≥20dB

VSWR

≤1.3

Impedance

50Ω

Max. Power

50W

Connector

SMA-J

Lightning Protection

DC ground

Mechanical Specifications

Dimension

260*260*95mm

Weight

1.47kg

Radome Color

Warn White

Radome Material

ABS

Rated Wind Velocity

100km/h

Reflector Material

Aluminium

Operating Temperature

-2055 º

Suitable Pole Diameter

Φ30-Φ50mm



RFID Reader/Antenna Solutions
Point of sale fixed reader/antenna
Whether you are a retailer, distributor or manufacturer, items are always on the move throughout your facility. Standard fixed RFID readers provide visibility into the inventory ‘at rest’ on your shelves. But you need to also track items as they travel in, through and out of your facility. And with C&T RF Antennas Inc's RFID Reader/Antenna solutions. These advanced RFID solutions provide an additional layer of business intelligence at every transition point in your facility that allows you to more tightly manage your inventory to prevent lost sales, stock-outs, theft and unplanned downtime on the manufacturing plant floor.

Use Cases for RFID
With its lower manufacturing costs, the uses for RFID are spreading across a variety of industries and settings. Some of the most common applications we see today include:


Retail and Inventory Control
RFID tags are attached to clothing and other consumer goods in retail stores. This allows employees to scan items and track inventory levels without dealing with barcodes.


RFID-in-retail-supply-chain
Retail giants like Walmart are integrating RFID into their retail supply chain. 


Subway passes and toll booths.
RFID tags are commonly added to toll booths, and subway passes. This allows commuters to swipe a card and automatically deduct the cost of the fare.


RFID-electronic-toll-booth
Many toll booths are now implementing RFID technology. 


Theft Prevention
High priced, luxury items like custom-built guitars are now having RFID tags embedded inside them. This inventory is then shared with local law enforcement, dealers, and repair shops to help prevent theft.


RFID-in-Gibson-guitar
The little dot under the truss rod on this Gibson guitar is an RFID chip.


These are just a few of the many uses for RFID,Some other use cases for RFID include:


Person and animal tracking
Contactless payments with NFC
Travel documents
Healthcare data management
Tracking shipping containers and railroad cars



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