iDTRONIC, a supplier of radio frequency identification hardware products, has reportedly launched a new mobile “RFID Terminal Fox,” a mobile RFID handheld terminal along with system design implementation document reader and writers.

Designed ergonomically for mobile applications including contact less- E-Ticket, cashless payment, healthcare, event management and access control applications, this small device weighs just 140 grams. Termed as a lightweight PDA, the device comes together with SDID Reader/Writers for 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz transponders.
With an integrated 1200mAh battery the device offers a long operating time. The SDIO slot on top of the device gives the option of having an SDID Reader. Additionally, the new Fox features a high-performance 300MHz ARM9 32bit processor and a 2.8 “ TFT, QVGA Colour LCD with touch screen, The integrated 64MB RAM and 128MB Flash Memory facilitates seamless working with robust business applications.
iDTRONIC officials also said that the newly launched RFID Terminal Fox comes with Windows CE 5.0 professional edition. Moreover, the integrated USB plus WiFi (News - Alert) interfaces can easily communicate with a large variety of devices as laptop computers, desktop or tablet PCs.
This RFID terminal with SDIO slot can be used together with the company’s SDID 1210 and 1212 for 125kHz – 134,2 kHz RFID Transponders, also with the SDID 1010 for Mifare and NFC applications as well as with the SDID 1020 for ISO14443 & ISO15693 multitag transponder scanning.
iDTRONIC GmbH has been supplying professional RFID Readers and RFID Tags/Transponders. Its products are available for the passive RFID standards LF 125kHz, HF 13,56MHz and UHF 860–960MHz as well as an active system working on 2,45GHz frequency. Some of its RFID Readers include the industrial RFID Readers of the "Bluebox" series, RFID solutions for Mobile Terminals, RFID OEM Readers / Antennas and RFID USB Readers.

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Edited by Jessica Kostek

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