Embedded Chip Ideal for Proximity Readers
The Indy R500 chip is ideal for applications that require proximity (short range) reads of small tag populations such as RAIN RFID printers, handheld devices, tablets, POS solutions, access control, smart kiosks, smart mirrors and shelf readers.
Indy R500 Benefits
Low System Cost
Integrates up to 90% of the components in a traditional discrete modem design
Small form factor and modem accessibility enable optimization on form and function
Pin compatibility with Indy R2000 enables a single hardware design for both high-performance and cost-sensitive applications
Easy path to regulatory compliance with market proven reference designs
Typical read range
Optimal for applications requiring greater than 3 meters of read range
Modem accessibility enables optimization on form or function
Indy Reader Family Overview
Indy reader chips and surface-mount modules provide the performance and flexibility needed to enable a full range of RAIN RFID solutions. Indy surface mount modules provide low development risk and fast time-to-market while Indy chips offer a path to future cost optimization, all based on a common Indy platform.
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