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Increased sensitivity and a wide range of innovative possibilities in using the UHF Long Range Reader ID ISC.LRU1002

By Klaus Schoeke

FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH is pleased to announce hereby the availability of the new firmware version 01.06.00 for the RAIN RFID Long Range Reader ID ISC.LRU1002. The new firmware equips the reader with a significant increase in receiver sensitivity and a variety of innovative features. Through an optimal price-performance ratio the reader with integrated 4-port antenna […]

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UHF Long Range Reader Comparison at VarTech

By Klaus Schoeke

Klaus Schoeke, Vice President of Technical Sales and Support for FEIG Electronics presented an eye opening comparison between UHF readers at BlueStar’s VARTech Conference held on September 14-18 2015 at CocoCay Bahamas. FEIG’s LRU1002 Long Range UHF Reader was compared to Zebra FX7500 & FX7400, Impinj Speedway Revolution and Kathrein RRU4. Variations exist between devices […]

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What Does PCI Certified Mean?

By Klaus Schoeke

  FEIG’s cVEND contactless payment terminals recently received certification from the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Organization for compliance with the PCI 4.0 PIN Transaction Security (PTS) standard, as a Secure Card Reader (SCR). cVEND complies with existing SRED (Secure Reading and Exchange of Data) open protocol, the foundation for secure point-to-point encryption. cVEND […]

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RFID Speeds Up Leisure and Ticketing

By Klaus Schoeke

RFID technology is being used in a number of diverse leisure and ticketing applications — ranging from faster entrance to the ski lift or sporting event, to cashless bus and train entry in public transit systems. More and more, these applications are taking advantage of Near Field Communications (NFC) systems. The touchless, automated nature of […]

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New and Improved HF Crystal Gate Antenna for Access Control

By Klaus Schoeke

Want real added value for less money? FEIG ELECTRONIC provides this to its customers with the new OBID® HF Crystal Gate Comfort.   The ID ISC.ANT1690/600 Gate Antenna offers more features with a better price-performance-ratio! Crucial for this price adjustment are achieved synergies by higher production volumes, which have adapted to a broad customer base due to increased demand. Compared to the previous OBID® HF Crystal Gate Comfort, now in each […]

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Improving Automation in Manufacturing Using RFID

By Klaus Schoeke

On Dec. 1, 1913, Henry Ford put the first assembly line in motion, thereby creating industrial automation. Today, RFID technology controls automation in many production processes, such as those in logistics, industry and commerce. An RFID reader can identify a transponder-tagger component located on any number of devices, verifying their originality and ensuring they’re installed […]

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Batteryless Temperature Monitoring Solution from FEIG and RFMicron

By Klaus Schoeke

Passive (batteryless) RFID technology has led to its adoption by a wide range of industries ranging from asset management and automation, to process and production control, to supply chain management. However, sensor data collection applications always required battery power. Recently, RFMicron , a Texas-based technology company developing smart passive sensors, created a battery-free, single-chip RFID […]

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FEIG Electronics’ RFID Reader Helps Illuminate a Noble Life

By Klaus Schoeke

— The Small Design Firm selected FEIG RFID technology for unique, interactive display that honors the life of Alfred Nobel — ATLANTA — March 24, 2015 — Today FEIG Electronics, a leading global supplier of RFID readers and antennas, announced that the OBID i-scan® HF Mid-Range, RFID reader from FEIG is an integral part of […]

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FEIG RFID Technology Helps Stop the Spread of Infection

By Klaus Schoeke

A recent rash of health scares seems to be dominating the world news these days. News about deadly viruses – from the Ebola crisis to Measles – spreads faster than the diseases themselves. Although this can be upsetting for the general public, these types of news stories do serve to call our collective attention to […]

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