RFU65x RFID read/write device
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RFU65x RFID read/write device

The measuring RFID device with integrated passage and direction detection

The RFU65x RFID read/write device saves space, time, and costs when it comes to identifying vehicles and vehicle parts. This compact device is able to determine the angle from which the transponder responds.

The RFU65x also features an integrated logic unit that processes data on the basis of algorithms. This makes it possible to deduce entry detection information plus a vehicle’s direction of movement when it drives through a receiving goods door, for example. Unlike other devices, the RFU65x does not require any additional external antennae. Not only does this cut down on costs, it also simplifies and accelerates application processes in logistics and the automotive industry.

Oliver Huther

Oliver Huther
Business Development Manager RFID
Düsseldorf, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

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Key Facts

  • Compact UHF RFID read/write device in accordance with ISO/IEC 18000-63
  • Positioning and angle detection by RFID transponders
  • Integrated algorithms deduce the direction of entry and movement based on numerous measured values
  • Supports data and fieldbus interfaces that are typically used in the industry

Applications

  • Final assembly and vehicle delivery in the automotive industry
  • Receiving and outgoing goods doors as well as forklift applications in logistics

Product traceability and anti-counterfeiting solutions require reliable automatic identification products. SICK offers the three most common industrial identification technologies: laser-based scanners for 1D codes, image-based 1D and 2D code readers, and RFID readers. Integrated interfaces enable the readers to communicate inside industrial networks and innovative functionality makes commissioning and operation easy.

Radio-based RFID technologies in the HF (high frequency) and UHF (ultra high frequency) ranges supplement SICK’s industrial automation portfolio. In applications where process-relevant data is modified remotely, RFID makes it possible to store data on writable and rewritable media. In contrast to optical solutions, RFID provides reliable identification of all objects – despite dirt and everyday wear.

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