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It along with a stylish round edges design at weight of less than 250g (with standard battery), V710 UHF is available to read in direct bright sunlight and it is portable to take around anywhere you go.
Besides, engineered with industrial grade materials, this enterprise digital assistant is rugged enough to drop from the 1.2 meters onto concrete and it is available to survive through the harsh environments with its IP54 waterproof and dustproof rating. The V710 UHF is highly reliability to meet the needs in a wide range of mobile workforce.
|Display||5.0inch IPS 1280*720 Dragontrial/AGC|
|3G||WCDMA B1/2100;B2/1900;B5/850;B8/900; |
|4G LTE||FDD-LTE: B1/2100;B3/1800;B7/2600;B20/800;TDD-LTE: B38/B39/B40/B41|
|Sim Card||Dual sim card,Dual standby|
|WiFi||dual Wi-Fi 2.4/5GHz A/B/G/N/|
|2D Scanner SE4710(MOTO)||UPC/EAN, Bookland EAN ,UCC Coupon Code,ISSN EAN,Code 128,GS1-128,ISBT 128,Code 39,Trioptic Code 39 ,Code 32,Code 93 ,Code 11,PDF417, MicroPDF417, Composite, RSS, TLC-39, Datamatrix, QR code, Micro QR code, Aztec, MaxiCode, Postal Codes, US PostNet, US Planet, UK Postal, Australian Postal, Japan Postal, Dutch Postal. etc.|
|UHF (ThingMagic M6E)||Preset frequency band: FCC (NA, SA) 917.4- 927.2 MHz ETSI (EU) 865.6 - 867.6 MHz; TRAI (India) 865 - 867 MHz KCC (Korea) 917- 923.5 MHz; MIC (Japan) 916.8 - 923.4 MHz ACMA (Australia) 920 - 926 MHz; SRRC-MII (P.R.China) 920.1-924.9 MHz-Open (Customizable channel plan;859 -873 MHz and 915 - 930 MHz)Support agreement: EPC global Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C) reading distance: 0~3Mreading performance: Up to 200 tags-sec reading 96-bit EPC Output power: from 0 dBm to +27 dBm in 0.01 dB steps|
|Sensor||3D accelerator,E-compass,proximity sensor,Light sensor supported|
|T-flash||max support 32GB|
|Accessories:||Adaptor, USB cable, key, user manual, giftbox|
|V710+UHF(Thing Magic M6E)+handheld scanner|
|UHF (RM-8001CE Impinj R2000 )||Preset frequency band: FCC (NA, SA) 917.4- 927.2 MHz ETSI (EU) 865.6 -867.6 MHz; TRAI (India) 865 - 867 MHz KCC (Korea) 917- 923.5 MHz MIC (Japan) 916.8 -923.4 MHz ACMA (Australia) 920 - 926 MHz SRRC-MII (P.R.China) 920.1- 924.9 MHz Open (Customizable channel plan;859 - 873 MHz and 915 - 930 MHz)Support agreement: EPC C1 GEN2/ISO18000-6C reading distance: 5-10Mreading performance: Up to 200 tags-sec reading 96-bit EPC Output power: 0-30dBm in 0.1 dB steps|
|UHF (QM100 )||Preset frequency band: FCC (NA, SA) 917.4 - 927.2 MHz ETSI (EU) 865.6 -867.6 MHz TRAI (India) 865 - 867 MHz KCC (Korea) 917- 923.5 MHz MIC (Japan) 916.8- 923.4 MHz ACMA (Australia) 920 - 926 MHz SRRC-MII (P.R.China) 920.1- 924.9 MHz Open (Customizable channel plan;859 - 873 MHz and 915 -930 MHz)Support agreement: EPC C1 GEN2/ISO18000-6Creading distance: 1-3M|
Warehouse: The warehouses must manage mass storage flow over a large area while ensuring the lowest possible risk of error. This can be laborious if the company relies solely on manual and visual control methods.
Faced with this challenge, the integration of RFID in warehouses processes remains the best solution in terms of performance and reliability. The use of fixed and mobile readers in a warehouse makes it possible to quickly identify a large number of assets, so the storekeeper can control her work and reduce her risk of error. In addition, some systems can ensure real-time visibility of stored goods, so stakeholders can locate and know if a commodity is coming out or entering the place.
Some cases require the use of RFID in warehouses. In environments with extreme temperatures or high humidity, it is difficult to visually identify the goods, RFID tags are designed for this type of better and ensure reliable identification despite these conditions.
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