Development kit provides an introduction to RFID systems
23 November 2015
HARTING has introduced an introductory kit for engineers looking to implement RFID solutions.
Designed to help new users understand the ease and flexibility of configuring RFID solutions, the development kit contains everything needed to get started.
Users can configure their own applications, as well as familiarising themselves with the functionality and terminology used. Hardware supplied with the kit includes HARTING's Ha-VIS RF-R200 RFID Reader with PoE (Power over Ethernet) connectivity, the RF-R200 desktop power supply, Ha-VIS FT89 small RFID transponders (50 pieces), a Ha-VIS LOCFIELD antenna (0.3m active length, 0.6m total length), and a 1m Ethernet patch cable. These are supported by the relevant data sheets, the RF-R200 user manual, and the Ha-VIS configurator tool.
The RFID range provides a complete solution from a single source, suitable for use in almost any industrial application that requires a rugged and reliable RFID system, says the company. Designed to work on metal surfaces for maximum performance, the RFID solutions have an extended temperature range from -25°C to +85°C and are compliant with GS1 EPC ALE 1.1.www.harting.co.uk/harting-rfid/development-kits