Fixed RFID HF Reader with RS232 - USB Interface Launched

Guangzhou, China (PressExposure) September 15, 2009 -- DAILY RFID, a Chinese leading producer of RFID hardwares, has launched fixed RFID HF Reader-02 designed for deployment within most high frequency applications in any USB and RS232 environment.

This Fixd RFID Reader is available as a desktop and OEM version with USB or RS232 Interface. The HF Reader can connect directly to the computer handhelds, phones and smart phones via the USB or RS232 port for data transfer and information management.

This HF RFID Reader is designed for providing outstanding read range up to 50mm ~100mm while reading RFID chips such as I-CODE, Mifare-One S50, Ti 256, etc. And it has Two-LED signal lamps indication for standby search and data communications to make it convenient to use.

In addition, the fixed RFID HF Reader have been successfully used in a wide range of applications, such as inventory management, industrial manufacturing, logistics and supply chain management.

Please visit http://www.rfid-in-china.com/products_700_1.html for more information about the RFID HF Reader.

About DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED

DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED ( http://www.rfid-in-china.com ), which belongs to PAN Group Co., ltd, is the leading company focusing on the research and development of EPC & RFID technology in China.


DAILY RFID specialize in producing arguably the world's most extensive line of RFID Tag,RFID Label,Smart Card and RFID Reader(including handheld and fixed rfid reader), which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification. Also, we own a factory covering an area of 26,000 square meters.


We are committed to providing "Innovative Technology", " Superior, Cost-efficient Product" and " Professional, Efficient Customer Services".

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Press Release Submitted On: September 15, 2009 at 10:14 pm
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