Relaunch and Introduction of New Modules
- Three new modules already introduced
- Five new modules in total
- Higher detection rate and reading range
- Included: 2-channel and 8-channel module
iDTRONIC has been Europe's leading manufacturer of embedded UHF modules for over 10 years. Reader modules with RFID technology are electronic components used in various industries to enable the automatic identification of objects. They can help companies increase productivity, optimize process efficiency and accuracy, and improve customer satisfaction.
The revision of the Embedded Reader Module Family reflects the expanded capabilities offered by new components. Existing customers have pointed out that new reader ICs have a higher capture rate per minute and a lower power consumption. "This was the key motivation for us to revise the entire series," explains Patrick Kochendörfer, Sales & Marketing Director at iDTRONIC Professional RFID. "After all, 95 percent of our projects are based on customer-specific hardware and firmware development."
Three Innovations Have Already Been Introduced to the Market
At the start of 2023, iDTRONIC introduced three new modules: the M600, M620 and M650. These modules feature an impressive compact form factor. They are based on the new generation of IMPINJ E310 and E710 reader chips and were developed with current Industry 4.0 and IoT trends in mind. Regardless of the application environment, be it asset tracking in industrial processes or the identification of goods in retail, these three modules offer tremendous flexibility and are quite reliable.
New in September: M630 and M670
Other launches include the M630 2-channel module and the M670 8-channel module. The M630 uses the Impinj E310 chip and, with its short read range (up to three meters), is particularly suitable for applications in robotics, tool identification and medical technology. "We developed the M630 for customers who need more than one read location in their applications, but not necessarily a 4-channel reader," explains Patrick Kochendörfer. The Impinj E710 chip was used for the M670. It is recommended for asset tracking in emergency vehicles, in the maintenance and storage of tools and security technology, and in warehousing for monitoring and for the inventory of items.