RFID read and write head for close and medium HF applications

Turck's Q80L800 HF read/write head is an RFID industrial solution for close and medium high frequency (HF) applications can be integrated into existing control systems and supports all of the major protocols.

08/13/2014


Turck's Q80L800 HF read/write head is an RFID industrial solution for close and medium HF applications can be integrated into existing control systems and supports all of the major protocols. Courtesy: TurckTurck's Q80L800 HF read/write head is an RFID industrial solution with a sensing range of 800 mm. This makes it useful for close and medium high frequency (HF) applications, such as conveyor and web processing applications. The Q80L800 HF read/write solution can be operated on Turck's BL ident solution, which allows for easy integration into existing control systems and supports all of the major protocols. The Q80L800 can be operated simultaneously with UHF solutions. The active read/write head supports the ISO 15693 Standard, and combines antenna and electronics in a robust IP67 housing with 80 x 800 x 25 mm dimensions. The HF tags also allow direct mounting on metal and can be used at high temperatures or in autoclaves.

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