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.
State-of-the-art production facilities in Germany, Switzerland, the USA, Mexico and China enable this family-owned company to meet the requirements of local markets quickly and flexibly at any time. Thanks to Turck's TBEN-S-RFID tags and read/write heads, for example, the new generation of Britax Römer child seats can be produced more efficiently and to a higher safety standard.
With more than 4.800 employees in over 30 subsidiaries as well as sales partners in further 60 countries, Turck is always close to its customers. With its intelligent data, communication and RFID solutions, the family-owned company is a pioneer of IIoT – from the shop floor to the cloud. No matter if applied in machine and plant construction, in the sectors of automotive, mobile equipment, transport and handling or food and packaging, automation solutions by Turck increase the availability and efficiency of machines and plants.
Turck presents its BL ident RFID System at Booth 19
Don't miss the opportunity to visit them at Booth 19 at the RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019. There, you can talk to them about your special requirements in the field of identification and benefit from the extensive know-how of their RFID turnkey solution partner Turck Vilant Systems. Turck experts have realized lots of successful RFID projects in different industries.
Turck’s BL ident RFID system is wear-free and contact-free, is resistant against temperature fluctuations, dirt, water and oils, and has an extremely long service life. BL ident permits simultaneous operation of HF read/write heads in the 13.56 MHz range and UHF read/write heads in the 865–928 MHz range, in accordance with ISO 18000-6C/EPC global Class 1 Gen 2.