TagMaster launches new generation of long-range RFID readers

TagMaster, specialist in RFID based identification systems in the 2.45 GHz range, has launched a completely new generation of long-range RFID readers for the parking industry.
The new units offer several new features making them easier to install and integrate into parking systems. An open source Linux platform has been selected for this new generation of readers, making them easier to modify to suit individual parking applications. By incorporating features such as Ethernet connectivity and web based management tools, the readers support the latest developments in system design now being introduced in the industry.

The new generation is fully backwards compatible and can be installed in existing installations. TagMaster claims the new system provides parking and vehicle access system operators with a superior automatic vehicle identification (AVI) solution to improve their efficiency and profitability.


The new generation contains three models, the LR-3, LR-6 and LR-12 readers. The number indicates the range of the reader, for example the LR-3 provides a read-range of up to three meters. The readers operate in the 2.45 GHz frequency band, which is license free and approved all around the world. The design of the reader also features an IP65 enclosure, which means the readers are fully protected from the weather and do not need any extra protection when installed outside.
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