CAEN RFID Launches Mini Sled Reader Based on Impinj Indy R2000
CAEN RFID launches the skID, a new high-performance portable RAIN RFID reader designed for mobile operators based on the Impinj Indy R2000 RAIN RFID reader chip.
CAEN RFID recently announced the skID, a new high-performance portable RAIN RFID reader based on the Impinj Indy R2000 RAIN RFID reader chip.
Designed for mobile operators, the skID comes with an integrated antenna for medium range applications. The reader hosts an internal rechargeable battery and can operate both in wired mode, using a USB cable, or in wireless mode through the Bluetooth®️ interface.
With top-notch RAIN RFID performance in a sleek form factor, the CAEN skID can transform any smartphone into a cool and efficient data collection terminal that stays just inside your pocket. Applications are versatile, including attaching to a tablet for an RFID terminal or attaching to a doorway to create an authorization checkpoint. The Impinj Indy R2000 reader chip permits fast reading, even in dense reader and tag environments.
RAIN RFID is a flexible, low-cost solution, making its use appealing to a wide range of industries—from retail to healthcare, manufacturing, and hospitality. Solutions range from supply chain management to asset tracking to authentication of frequently counterfeited goods. Applications are limited, in fact, only by the imagination of the user.
Impinj Indy R2000 reader chips offer market leading sensitivity and tag read rate performance, powering a wide range of RAIN RFID devices, including handhelds, tablets, POS, access control, shelf readers, gateways, fixed readers, and more. The Impinj Indy R2000 contains a complete RAIN RFID front-end and modem, and requires minimal external components to implement a RAIN RFID reader circuit.