Handheld Dual RFID and Barcode UTE Reader-Writer

Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) August 31, 2009 -- GAO RFID Inc. (WWW.GAORFID.com) has released a high performance RFID UTE handheld reader/writer, which operates at a frequency of 13.56MHz and supports tags compliant with ISO15693 or ISO 14443A/B.

The barcode reader/writer is equipped with both SDRAM and Flash ROM, each with a memory capacity of 64MB, allowing massive information input and processing. Its large color backlit LCD touch panel, finished with reflective TFT, offers clear display of data. This reader/writer is used extensively for the purpose of access control, asset tracking, warehouse management, and livestock tagging. It is, in particular, an ideal solution for healthcare applications such as in hospitals and nursing homes.

The RFID UTE handheld reader/writer, model 223003, features the very latest technology to optimize data collection capabilities. It is integrated with a Unitech RH767 rugged mobile computer. The compact and lightweight design ensures mobility and agility to users. The estimated battery life, between charges, of the reader/writer is twelve hours for UHF modules and twenty hours for HF modules.

Visit http://www.GAORFID.com for more information. For any sales inquires please contact: 1-877 585-9555 - Toll Free (USA & Canada) 1-416 292-0038 - All Other Areas sales@gaorfid.com

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: August 30, 2009 at 9:41 pm
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