RFID Reader Writer Device With Optional CAN Bus Interface
It supports many current RFID standards for the frequency ranges 125 kHz and 134,2 kHz as well as the 13,56-MHz band, including NFC (near field communication).
An optional CAN interface is available to support industrial applications. Certifications are available for Europe and North America.
The product has been optimized in respect to size. It addresses small printers, healthcare electronics, driver identifications, point-of-sales equipment, etc. It is compatible with many transponders and features an 18-KB on flash-memory.
Additionally, it provides three general-purpose I/O ports.
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