HF Read/Write Head
Turck

HF Read/Write Head

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Turcks HF read/write heads are fully encapsulated with rugged design for industrial use. Even wash-down applications are possible with special IP69K devices.

Turck offers HF solutions for special tasks, such as the Q80L400 for mounting on container docking stations or beneath roller conveyors.

HF-Technology in combination with Turcks U interface is easy to install without programming code.

Bernd Wieseler

Bernd Wieseler
Director Product Management RFID Systems
Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

  • Frequency: 13,56 Mhz
  • International standard: ISO 15639
  • Read/write distance: from 30 up to 790 mm
  • Many cylindric and square designs
  • Read/write heads in M18 or 32x20x8 mm
  • Protection degree up to IP69K
  • Versions for dust ex locations (zone 21/22)

Applications

  • Industrial applications in nearly any industry sector
  • Installation directly in the field
  • Applicable even in hazardous locations
  • Suited for very narrow locations

Turck is one of the leading manufacturers in industrial automation

With more than 4,500 employees in over 30 subsidiaries as well as sales partners in further 60 countries, the family-owned company is a one-stop shop for RFID Systems.

  • Holistic, modular RFID systems for production and logistics processes
  • Variety of HF and UHF read/write heads and data carriers for standard and special uses, such as carriers for high temperature conditions up to 210 degrees Celsius, for engine production or use in autoclaves
  • Parallel operation of proven HF and far-ranging UHF technology
Supplier News

Turck builds additional production facility in Poland

Turck Automation Technology (TAT), based in Lublin, Poland, aims to better meet the requirements of European customers and shorten supply routes. Turck is optimizing its global supply chain structure with a new production facility in Europe. The additional production facility in Lublin in Eastern Poland, will enable the automation specialists to meet the requirements of regional markets faster and more efficiently and reduce any inefficient logistics routes. Production in Lublin will thus include connectivity solutions for the European market, which have so far been manufactured in China or the USA and transported by ship to Europe.

Product News

Turck Presents Extended RFID Product Portfolio

Linux Expansion for RFID-UHF Readers Turck is presenting a Linux variant of its versatile Q300 RFID-UHF reader. The operating system particularly offers benefits for system integrators who can carry out extensive programming on the read/write head – for example, for the decentralized preprocessing of data or for connecting to higher-level goods management systems.

Supplier News

Turck Expects a Turnover of Around 640 Million Euros

Automation specialist predicts a consolidated turnover for 2019 slightly below the previous year In spite of the difficult economic climate in its core markets of machine building and the automobile industry, Turck expects a consolidated total turnover of 640 million euros that is virtually the same as that of the previous year. Compared to the 660 million euros of 2018, this represents a slight decrease of around three percent.

Supplier News

Turck Sponsors the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019

Turck is one of the leading global companies in the industrial automation sector. As a specialist for sensor, fieldbus, connection and interface technology as well as HMI (Human Machine Interfaces) and RFID, Turck offers efficient solutions for factory and process automation. Don't miss the opportunity to visit them at Booth 19 at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 on Oct 29th & 30th in Darmstadt, Germany.

Supplier News

Dirk Wunder Takes Over Corporate Marketing at Turck

Dirk Wunder is responsible for Corporate Marketing at the Turck automation specialists since September 1, 2019. The industry expert takes over the position of managing director Christian Wolf, who has so far covered this area in addition to his other duties. The new marketing manager comes with many years of experience in positions of responsibility. He started his professional career as head of marketing at Moeller and then in a similar position at Sick. In the past five years Wunder has been marketing director at Schneider Electric for the DACH region, where he could particularly apply his know-how in the area of internationalization and digitalization.

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