RFID identification

RFID technology can be used for identification, inspection, and for increased transparency during goods receipt, picking, and goods dispatch. The primary task is to fully automatically and without interruption detect and positively identify the RFID tag. Either static or dynamic transponders can be used depending on the application, and it may be necessary to detect the speed and direction of the object as well. Objects closely following one another must also be able to be positively detected and identified as they pass through well-delimited reading fields.

  • Following product families can be used
    • Antenna and data processing integrated in the sensor
    • Read range up to 10 m
    • Linkage option to superior control systems or directly to the cloud
    • Direction and position detection
    • Configuration via SOPAS ET or integrated web server
    • Can be used with SICK AppSpace
    • Rugged design in accordance with IP67
    • Antenna and data processing integrated in the sensor
    • Read range up to 2 m
    • Linkage option to superior control systems or directly to the cloud
    • Excellent antenna characteristics
    • Configuration via SOPAS ET or integrated web server
    • Can be used with SICK AppSpace
    • Rugged design in accordance with IP67
    • Intelligent algorithm for correct assignment of RFID transponders to objects
    • Reliable filtering out of other RFID transponders in direct proximity
    • Modular design
    • Variable data output tailorable to customer requirements
    • Detection of object directions and speeds
    • Description of individual RFID transponders in the object flow

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