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RF Code Launches M250 RF Code Reader for Efficient Networking

RF Code, a leading supplier of environmental monitoring devices and active IT asset management, proclaimed the rapid accessibility of a novel fixed reader which is capable of improving the potentiality of the entire series of RF Code readers.

The advanced M250 reader provides a powerful solution to the users in tag-intensive areas and distant locations with less-advanced grid systems. The M250 features integral Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Wi-Fi connections for lowering the working expenses and employs a wireless methodology for supplying the power required for its operation. The reader can be simply connected to the prevailing grid by utilizing the Ethernet wire.

The innovative reader is functional with all types of RF Code supported active RFID asset tags, environmental monitoring devices and with all cabled and non-cabled grid systems. The readers will capture the sensor and tag information and transmit that data for e.g., the asset ID number, to the software for management.

The reader has the potential to relay the tag information to several copies of Sensor Manager software as well as the Asset Manager of the RF Code. This functionality implies that various operational units included in a larger system can deploy the similar RF Code reader facility to monitor and communicate the environmental sensor information or asset tag data of their group, offering reliable environmental monitoring or asset tracking provision of their own units. Thus an organization could render the reader investments for various operational budgets.

The reader furnishes secure data over the entire grids and even to remote locations. If the grid system is not functioning properly, the reader will take up and record the tag and sensor data and on restoring the grid connection, it will transmit the information to the software for further interpretation.

Source: http://www.rfcode.com/

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