The UHF Hands-free reader is an extremely compact high-performance UHF reader. It has been developed for hands-free access control applications and can identify people moving in a corridor up to 2 or 4 meter wide. The UHF Hands-free reader is available in single or dual-antenna versions, with an optional passage sensor system that can count people and log their direction of passage. The reader can be installed indoors or outdoors.
The UHF hands-free reader includes the latest URF module (UHF Full Power Module) and an innovative dual antenna system and automatically maximises the coverage area to give an optimal performance in reading tags. It is an ideal system for identifying moving people.
Two versions are available to ensure the highest level of performance, whatever the configuration of your building: a single-unit version (2 built-in antennas) or a gate version (2 x 2 antennas). The single-unit version covers an identification range of up to two metres. The gate version extends the reader's coverage to four meters.
The reader's slim line design (80 cm x 30 cm x 5 cm) and electronics have been specially developed for discreet integration in all areas of a building, where identification may be a requirement – entrance foyer, corridors, etc. The UHF reader requires no electronic configuration and can be very quickly and easily installed and activated. The system has been fully integrated to work with iSafePro 360 product line and software.
The mechanical design of the UHF reader has been developed to withstand crowded environments. The UHF Hands-free reader is rated IP65 and can be installed indoors or outdoors.
Your contactless identification system gets even smarter in the RS485 version with passage sensor. It can be used to identify everyone who walks by without carrying an ID card, but it can also count and analyse the direction of travel of those people in a predetermined zone.
Dual technology ISO cards (no battery required) for near and long range identification + vehicle identification applications. Mifare + UHF EPC Gen 2.