Grabba Ultra High Frequency (UHF) RFID reader offers only the best technology available in the market to ensure the best performance. Ultra High Frequency (UHF) RFID is commonly used on Membership Applications, Asset Tracking, Logistics, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Transport, Warehousing or Event Ticketing.
On Retail, Ultra High Frequency (UHF) RFID technology is being widely used for small item tagging like clothes and accesories.
The Grabba innovative and configurable design allows the user to select not only the correct RFID reader, but also up to five other technologies to include in the one Grabba unit, so as to precisely and cost-effectively meet the needs of the use case. Those other technologies include Barcode scanners, MRZ (passport) readers, Fingerprint readers, Contact Smartcard readers and Magnetic Stripe readers.
Another advantage of the unique Grabba design is that it allows Grabba units to be simply upgraded to work with later model smartphones and to add other technologies without the need to purchase new Grabba units. This substantially reduces the Total Cost of Ownership of Grabba units.
Reads and writes at 860 MHz-960 MHz on tokens, cards and tags. It complies with EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and ISO18000-6C protocols.
Worldwide RFID Protocol Support
The Grabba Ultra High Frecuency reader is pre-configured for FCC (North America & South America) in the 902-928 MHz band and ETSI (EU and India) in the 865.6-867.6 MHz band. Subsets of these bands support operation in other regions, including Korea, Australia, and P.R. China. Just let us know which country you need to work and we will adjust the reader for a perfect solution.
|RFID Protocol||EPCglobal Gen 2 - ISO 18000-6C|
|Frequencies||FCC(NA, SA) 902-928 MHz
ETSI(EU, India) 865.6-867.6 MHz
TRAI (India) 865-867 MHz
KCC (Korea) 917-920.8MHz
ACMA (Australia) 920-926MHz
SRRC-MII (P.R. China) 920-925MHZ
|Average Read Range||30cm|
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