GlueLogix Announces Real-Time RFID Read Testing Solution Based On FEIG ELECTRONICS Readers

By Klaus Schoeke | Feig Electronics

GlueLogix RFID Read Testing

The solution enables automation engineers and other DIY adopters to build the most cost-effective RFID test setups available in the market today.

Duluth, GA — March 28, 2019 — Today, Gluelogix, a provider of RFID/NFC test and encoding systems for on-press and rewind applications, announced their real-time RFID read test solution for label conversion presses, card personalization lines, and automated applications based entirely on FEIG ELECTRONICS, RFID readers and antennas.

As part of this solution, GlueLogix Inc. has developed an I/O (Input/Output) Box for FEIG RFID readers, enabling the most economical real-time RFID read testing system for label conversion presses, card personalization lines, and other automated applications.

“The increasing acceptance of RFID is stretching the capabilities of in-house automation teams.  Companies that economically handle most of their own automation problems have been forced to over-invest inexpensive RFID solutions in order to implement simple read tests at production speeds,” Said Larry Martin, President of GlueLogix. “Now, with the new GlueLogix I/O Box and high-performance FEIG RFID readers, companies can acquire a real-time RFID test system for a fraction of the price.”

With the industrial rated FEIG RFID reader and the GlueLogix antenna, the solution enables automation engineers and other DIY adopters to build the most cost-effective and capable RFID test setups available in the market today.

“The GlueLogix I/O Box is another technological advancement from our integrator partner focused on the card and label manufacturing market.  GlueLogix launched its Encode in Motion last year, which can rapidly encode UHF and HF RFID chips in sequence without stopping,” Said Michael Hrabina, Global Product Marketing Manager for FEIG ELECTRONICS.  “The GlueLogix I/O Box is a perfect solution for manufacturers to add into their quality control process. FEIG Electronics relies on partners like GlueLogix that specialize and develop their products for unique applications like RFID Label Read-line testing.”

The GlueLogix I/O Box for FEIG RFID Readers is a key component that allows almost any automation professional to interface RFID read tests to presses, rewind systems, and other equipment.  The I/O Box makes the fundamental translation from the discrete I/O domain of the PLC to the data domain of the RFID reader.  In doing so, it collapses both the learning curve and the system cost for RFID read tests.

ABOUT FEIG ELECTRONICS, Inc.

FEIG Electronics, a leading global supplier of RFID readers and antennas, is one of the few suppliers worldwide offering RFID readers and antennas for all standard operating frequencies: LF (125 kHz), HF (13.56 MHz), UHF (860-960 MHz). A trusted pioneer in RFID with more than 50 years of industry experience, FEIG delivers unrivaled data collection, authentication, and identification solutions, as well as secure contactless payment systems. FEIG readers, which are available for plug-in, desktop and handheld applications, support next-generation contactless credit cards, debit cards, smart cards, NFC and access control credentials to enable fast, accurate, reliable and secure transactions. For more information, visit www.feig-electronics.com/en

ABOUT GLUELOGIX INC.

Founded in 2004 and with headquarters in North Carolina, the company provides RFID/NFC test and encoding systems for on-press and rewind applications, along with custom software development and system components sales. The company’s designs empower customers to optimize RFID labels, cards, and wristbands. In 2018 GlueLogix developed their Encode in Motion process, enabling any RFID converter to encode UHF and HF RFID inlays in sequence, without interruption, at 20 tags/second. GlueLogix provides select RFID and vision hardware, along with software and consulting services.

About the Author

Vice President of Technical Sales at FEIG Electronics, Inc.

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