125kHz Handheld RFID Reader Performs Wireless Transmission

Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) September 11, 2009 -- GAO RFID Asset Tracking (www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com) recommends its highly reliable 125kHz handheld RFID reader that uses an LED indicator to identify tags in its vicinity using built-in intelligence and transmitting with very low power consumption. The low frequency reader uses no-key operation, reading tags as they are approached. It is intended for use in applications such as guard tour monitoring systems, remote equipment inspection management, goods delivery and transportation management.

The LF handheld RFID reader, model 221005, features a memory capacity of 30716 records and a read range of up to 6cm. It has a remarkably high resistance to water and can even read tags. It is also shock resistant. The reader has a long battery life - about two years if it scans 200 RFID tags per day. The battery is also replaceable. This portable RFID reader can be easily connected to a computer via a USB port for data transmission and information management.

Visit http://www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com for more information.

For any sales inquires please contact: 1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 - Toll Free (USA & Canada) 1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 - All Other Areas sales@gaorfidassettracking.com

About GAO RFID Asset Tracking

GAO RFID Asset Tracking (http://www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com) is a leading provider of RFID Readers, RFID Tags and RFID software providing cost saving solutions to end users worldwide. GAO offers all RFID technologies: Low Frequency (LF), High Frequency (HF), Ultra High Frequency (UHF, Gen 2) as well as Active and Semi-Passive.GAO RFID Asset Tracking's products and services are easily customized for use in asset tracking, healthcare, supply chain & logistics, event management, access control, livestock tracking, inventory control & management, field service maintenance and document authentication

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Press Release Submitted On: September 10, 2009 at 11:42 pm
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