RFID System

April 26, 2007
The Ositrack radio-frequency identification system (RFID) includes stations, electronic tags, and connection boxes compatible to a 13.56-MHz frequency.

The system requires no programming and automatically detects RFID electronic tags as well as the settings of communication parameters (speed, format, parity, protocol, etc.). Ositrack compact stations can connect on Ethernet, Modbus, CANopen, and UniTelway networks via a connection box. The system is built to withstand humidity, temperature, mechanical shock, vibration, and dust.

Schneider Electric Sensor Competency Center,
1875 Founders Dr., Kettering, OH 45420,
(937) 252-2121,
www.schneider-electric.com

 

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