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Handheld RFID Microchip Scanner for Animal Tracking


  
Product Description
     
Overview
  –134.2kHz Handheld RFID Reader for Animal Tracking
     
This series of low frequency RFID Readers for Animal Tracking provide a low cost easy-to-use system for animal identification and management. The series consists of two versions of the reader. The CYR152h reads compatible RFID tags, displays the tag ID on the screen and stores the data to onboard memory. The other has the additional capability to upload the data in real time via Bluetooth to any enabled PC or PDA.
     
Specifications
 – 134.2kHz Handheld RFID Reader for Animal Tracking
     
CPU
Work Frequency
Tag Compatibility
Data memory


Keyboard
Interface
Screen
Beep
Clock
Battery

Certificate
Colour
Menu Language

Reading distance
Standby Time
Consecutive Working
Work Temperature
Store Temperature
Work Humidity
ARM (STM32)
134.2kHz
11784/85 FDX-B and ID64
EEPROM
32kB,storage capability about 1000 items

3 keys
Bluetooth 2.0, USB2.0, or No data interface
128 * 32 OLED( Wikipedia reference)
Yes
Yes
AA*3PCS

CE&ISO Certificate
Welcome OEM&ODM
English, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Danish

50-80mm
7 days
12 hours
Operating at -20°C to 50°C
Storage at -20°C to 65°C
5% to 90% no frost
 
     
Item NO Description
CY152Rha:
No data interface
CY152Rhb:
Bluetooth 2.0 interface,Provide software development kits, rapid and complete software design
CY152Rhu:
USB 2.0 Provide software development kits, firmware update
     
134.2kHz Handheld RFID Reader Product Feature


1.OLED display screen,easy to read outdoors.
2.AA*3 battery,easy to use and maintenance.
3.Water resistant,can work under -20°C.
4.With three type interface,Blueteeth2.0,USB2.0 and without interface
5.Ergonomic design,long read reange,>=50mm

     
Oled display design for 134.2 kHz. Portable Bluetooth RFID Reader
     
Application Usage
 – 134.2kHz Handheld RFID Reader for Animal Tracking
     

Pet management, livestock & poultry management, Wild animal management