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Gate Antenna Enables RFID Badge Reading At Building Entrances

Daily RFID : 03 June, 2010  (New Product)
The DL8220 Gate Antenna from Daily RFID has been designed to integrate with access control systems to provide an information capture and tracking system based on RFID tagged identity cards
Gate Antenna Enables RFID Badge Reading At Building Entrances
Daily RFID has launched RFID Gate Antenna DL8220 as an automated solution to capture real-time data. The high-performance RFID Gate Reader is especially designed for integration into access control applications.

The unique design of the RFID Gate Antenna makes it easy to install and service. With channel width up to 120cm, the RFID Gate device can accurately and consistently detect items held in all orientations. It is an ideal solution for people who needs to improve the security of gate at doors and other choke points within your facilities, as well as accuracy.

In addition, the long range RFID gate antenna is capable for reading/writing most 13.56MHz ISO/IEC 15693 protocol tag to meet a wide range of application requirements. And its good noise immunity and little interference allows the RFID gate to read multiple RFID tags at the same time, with fast identification rate of 30-50pcs/s.

The RFID Attendance Tracking System provides users with hands-free, walk-through access for badge identification. It can perform well in a variety of RFID applications, such as RFID time and attendance, access control, and other application requirements.
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