The RFR-RAIN-4-SMART-ADV is a 4-port RFID reader that combines a reader, gateway and software in one single device. Access and control the reader from any browser using the built-in UI, the Zone Manager and start reading tags instantly – no programming required. In addition to the Smart Reader, the Advanced reader comes with a GPIO for access control and 2 USB slots for camera and GPS. The Advanced reader comes with a 12,000 mAh built-in battery.
Designed for remote access control and detecting tags on mobile applications. Used in applications for trucks and forklifts.
Powered by the R2000 chip, The RFRain Advanced Reader (RFR-RAIN-4-SMART-ADV) covers a tag read distance that is over 80 feet with 9 dBiL antenna. It supports the tag read speed for moving objects at 100 mph. With the 12,000 mAh built-in Li-ion battery keep the reader running when a moving vehicle or a forklift experience frequent stops.
Unlike other RFID readers in the market, our Smart Readers are pre-configured with the Zone Manager software and provide you with real-time data access to your asset information and location. The RFR-ZM Zone Manager software provides full reporting capabilities and data portability, and integrates seamlessly with enterprise management systems using Rest API. We made RFID easy for you.
The RFRain camera adds incredible innovation, accuracy and security to your connected IoT solutions. The RFR-RAIN-4-SMART-ADV supports a 1MP autofocus color camera that captures photos and videos even under low light conditions. The Camera-enabled Advanced Reader meets the needs in user authentication and enhanced item traceability.
The RFR-RAIN-4-SMART-ADV supports GPS localization. Pinpoint the exact wherabouts of your assets with GPS coordinates. Utilizing RFID and GPS for accurate real-time location tracking of vehicles, school buses or trucks.
The RFR-RAIN-4-SMART-ADV comes with an internal 12,000 mAh Li-ON battery that allows to track assets on moving vehicles. Utilizing RFID for accurate real-time location tracking on forklifts, school buses or trucks.
With the GPIO slot on the new advanced reader that combines RFID and access control capabilities, access to any type of access points can be controlled. Access will be automatically granted to those who present an UHF RFID tag at an access point.