RFID UHF Read/Write Head
Turck

RFID UHF Read/Write Head

Turcks UHF read/write head Q175 for easy integration in production lines

High-speed transmission of data across long ranges are the core features of UHF RFID systems. Therefore UHF became standard for applications demanding greater distances between read/write head and data carrier.

Radio ranges of several meters are possible with the BL ident® system. This means high operational safety for automated processes where data carriers are constantly in motion. It also provides high flexibility for manually executed identification tasks.

Bernd Wieseler

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

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

  • Frequency range 860…960 MHz (country specific)
  • International standards: ISO 18000-6C/Gen2, ETSI EN 302208
  • Read/write distance: up to several meters
  • Rugged design up to IP67
  • Read/write heads with integrated antenna
  • Detection of multiple tags per second (bulk capability) up to approx. 200 tags

Applications

  • Use in logistics, intra logistics and industrial production
  • Applications with high ranges
  • Pharmaceutical serialisation
  • When tags leave the factory UHF systems are recommended
  • Bulk reading of many tags requires UHF read/write heads

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
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