Radio Frequency (RFID) Systems

From the warehouse and loading dock to indoor customer-facing and carpeted environments, our Fixed, Mobile and Handheld RFID readers help you achieve maximum visibility into your enterprise assets.

We offer the complete solution from design, supply of all hardware including tags, to installation and commissioning. We have systems to meet both HF and UHF environments.

RFID READERS

  • Motorola MC3190-Z Mobile Handheld RFID Reade

    Motorola MC3190-Z Mobile Handheld RFID Reade

    • 802.11 Wireless Capability
    • Cost effective Mobile Computing with RFID
    • Also capable of reading barcodes
    • Omnidirectional MAX RFID Antenna
  • Motorola MC9090-Z Mobile Handheld RFID Reader

    Motorola MC9090-Z Mobile Handheld RFID Reader

    • Supports EPC Gen 2 and Dense Reader Mode (DRM)
    • Exceptionally Rugged Design
    • Real-time Data Collection with Integrated 802.11 a/b/g
    • 6cm to 300cm Reading Range depending on Tag used
  • Motorola FX7400 Fixed RFID Reader

    Motorola FX7400 Fixed RFID Reader

    • Easy to Deploy, Use and Manage
    • EPC Standards Based Reader Management
    • 2-port and 4-port Reader Configurations
    • Powered Over Ethernet (POE)
  • Motorola FX9500 Fixed RFID Reader

    Motorola FX9500 Fixed RFID Reader

    • High Performance RFID Reader
    • 4-port and 8-port Reader Configurations
    • Rugged IP53 Sealed Diecast Housing
    • High Density High Throughput Applications
  • Motorola XR480 Fixed RFID Reader

    Motorola XR480 Fixed RFID Reader

    • EPC Standards Based Reader Management
    • Robust Industrial Class Deployment
    • Supports EPC Gen 2 and Dense Reader Mode (DRM)
    • Supports up to 8 Reader Ports
  • Motorola RD5000 Mobile RFID Reader

    Motorola RD5000 Mobile RFID Reader

    • Mobile RFID Reader designed for Truck Mount installations
    • Integrated Rugged Antenna
    • Integrated Battery with Optional External Power Source
    • Extremely Rugged IP66 Sealed Housing

RFID ANTENNAS

  • Motorola AN200 RFID Antenna

    Motorola AN200 RFID Antenna

    • Entry Level General Purpose Antennas
    • Designed for Indoor and Outdoor Useage
    • Robust IP54 Industrial Housing
    • Wide Operating Temperature of -40C to +65C
  • Motorola AN400 RFID Antenna

    Motorola AN400 RFID Antenna

    • Accommodates Wide Reading Fields
    • Rugged yet Light Aluminium Housing
    • Easy to mount on Ceilings / Walls
    • Dual Port with 2 x Circular Polarised Arrays
  • Motorola AN480 RFID Antenna

    Motorola AN480 RFID Antenna

    • Single Port Antenna offering Maximum Flexibility
    • Used for Manufacturing , Warehouse or any Dock Door environment
    • Low Axial Radial for more Uniform Gain
    • Light yet Rugged Design
  • Motorola AN710 RFID Antenna

    Motorola AN710 RFID Antenna

    • Designed for Carpeted / Customer Facing environments
    • Compact and Aesthetic Look
    • Integrated Mounting Bracket for Ease of Installation
    • Wide Operating Temperature of -30C to +80C
  • Motorola AN720 RFID Antenna

    Motorola AN720 RFID Antenna

    • Designed for Indoor and Outdoor Useage
    • Rugged Impact and Vibration Resistant Build
    • Ideal for Receiving Dock Doors or Outdoor Shopping Areas
    • Highly Resistant IP67 Housing

RFID TAGS

  • RFID tags

    RFID tags

    Banner_RFID_Tags_324x279 Acrovision’s RFID solutions support a broad range of RFID tags and labels – from consumable, low-cost RFID tags and  labels for item, case and pallet-level applications to rugged, high-performance RFID tags built to withstand harsh  environments and challenging surface applications.

    RFID tags and labels, as well as applications, are provided through our extensive ecosystem of RFID partners. As a result, you can rest  assured that your RFID solution will meet your unique needs, regardless of industry or application requiring RFID.

    Please refer to the following resource for assistance in RF Tag selection:

    RFID Tag Selection Report (NEW): Read how you can conduct a comprehensive tag selection process based on Rutgers University test results of more than 100 RFID tags using Motorola’s readers and antennas.