Gen 2 RFID Reader/Writer with Power over Ethernet Capability

Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) December 11, 2009 -- GAO RFID Inc. ( ) offers this Gen 2 RFID reader/writer operating in the frequency range of 902.75MHz to 927.25MHz. The reader is comprised with a high-performance, circularly polarized antenna, which ensures a simple, affordable and low profile RFID installation. The optimized reader is equipped with a port for a second external antenna connection that makes it suitable for both single and dual antenna applications.

GAO RFID Inc.'s Gen 2 RFID reader/writer, model 216003, supports RFID tag protocols such as EPC Gen2 and ISO 18000-6c. A well-documented SDK featuring .NET and Java libraries enables easy development of custom interfaces to control the reader. The reader is also shipped with handy Alien RFID Gateway software enabling the user to begin solution development immediately. Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability allows power to be delivered over properly-equipped local area networks eliminating expensive AC wiring installation. A standard AC/DC power converter is offered in case PoE is not available. It has two inputs and two outputs; it also has LED indicators for power, LAN link, RF-on and fault.

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About GAO RFID Inc.

GAO RFID Inc. ( 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'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: December 10, 2009 at 7:30 pm
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