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RX1310 Network Reader
The RX1310 reader provides all your networking needs in one, it can be configured as a Wi-Fi reader, an externally powered LAN reader or a LAN POE reader. The RX1310 reader detects and decodes RFID (radio frequency identification) signals from Wavetrend's range of active RFID tags.
RX1510 GPRS Reader
The RX1510 reader breaks the boundaries of wired deployment, powered from any 6V to 28V supply its applications are as wide as the requirements of the installer. The RX1510 GPRS Reader provides complete global visibility of Wavetrend tagged assets regardless of location and communicates tag data over global GPRS cellular networks.
RX211 Access Reader
The RX211 provides instant reporting of all detected Wavetrend active RFID tags. It supports RS232, RS485 and USB connection and can operate in rugged conditions at ultra long ranges, subject to the appropriate antenna being fitted to the unit. The RX211 can be configured to run in direct control via a PC or in response mode as a standalone unit. In direct control mode the client PC will receive data from the Access reader and can switch the readers IO's on/off to lift barriers open/ shut doors as directed.
RX210 Serial Reader
The popular RX210 - RS485 / RS232 Readers detect Wavetrend's Activ™ and ActivDuo™ ranges of active RFID tags. This remotely configurable reader connects to the host PC, edge server or intelligent hardware controller via RS232, RS485 or TTL and can be used singly, or networked together. It offers a connection for an external antenna. Wavetrend recommends the Inteeligent power supply be used to power RX210 reader networks.
RX50 Solo Reader
The RX50 reader detects and decodes RFID (radio frequency identification) signals from Wavetrend's range of active RFID tags. It can operate in rugged conditions at ultra long ranges, subject to the appropriate antenna being fitted to the unit. The data from detected tags is sent by the reader via RS232 or USB to authorised corporate computing systems.
RX2020 Safety Command Unit
The RX2020 Safety Command Unit (SCU) detects and decodes RFID (radio frequency identification) signals from Wavetrend’s RX25 Safety Repeaters. A single SCU can be paired with multiple RX25’s with a preconfigured unique site code to create one standalone system per vehicle. This enables the deployment of multiple vehicle-mounted safety systems to function effectively even in close proximity to other vehicles equipped with the same Wavetrend Safety System using a different system site code.
RX25 Safety Repeater Unit
The RX25 Safety Repeater detects and decodes RFID (radio frequency identification) signals from Wavetrend’s range of active RFID tags and retransmits to the Wavetrend RX2020 Safety Command Unit (SCU). With a configurable RSSI read range the RX25 Repeater can be setup to read tags at ranges from 0.5 - 50 meters which allows the RX25 to be deployed as a vehiclemounted proximity reader to eliminate blind spots on a vehicle. The RX25 can be used to achieve a small read range as required whilst also relaying this information at ranges of over 50 meters to the RX2020 Command Unit which can be mounted in a vehicle cab. A Wavetrend Safety System can consist of multiple RX25s all preconfigured to a single site code which is unique to a single vehicle command unit (SCU). This allows the deployment of multiple safety system equipped vehicles to operate independently even when in close proximity to each other.
RX2100 Psion End-Cap Reader
The RX2100 Psion End-Cap Reader is the only Active RFID expansion module for the Psion Teklogix® WORKABOUT PRO™ 2nd Generation Handheld Computer available today. The Psion End-Cap Reader detects and decodes RFID (radio frequency identification) signals from the Wavetrend® Activ and ActivDuo ranges of active RFID tags. It can operate in rugged conditions at both ‘short’ ranges or at ultra long ranges, subject to the appropriate version being fitted to the WORKABOUT PRO. The End-Cap reader provides unrivalled mobility solutions for customers seeking to identify, locate or audit tagged assets outside of areas monitored by fixed RFID reader networks.