Launch of a brand new Nordic ID UHF RFID reader at CeBit

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This year at CeBit Nordic ID will be represented by its partner Warok. At the event a new small and compact UHF RFID reader will be introduced. Nordic ID Stix is a sleek, easy-to-use and flexible UHF RFID reader for interactive read/write applications with adjustable reading range.

With the Nordic ID Stix the retail environment has a champion performer that optimises ease-of-use with a small footprint, especially suitable for tablets and point-of-sale with limited space.

The device meets the needs of a global organisation through its EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and multi-regional frequency support. It is equipped with two LED indicators.

The affordable Nordic ID Stix features USB plug & play together with a compact size make the installation of the device very easy.

Nordic ID has used its own powerful RFID engine in the Nordic ID Stix, as it has in all its other products, to ensure a good read. The company has fine-tuned the RFID reader to be able to read multiple UHF RFID tags at any time which makes it ideal for e.g. point-of-sales applications. The small size and light weight also allows it to be used aside tablets to ensure comfortable customer experiences in information or feedback kiosks.

Product highlights:

  • Multi-read UHF RFID
  • Adjustable reading range
  • Fast and easy software integration
  • Flat and elegant design
  • Cost-effective
  • Compact size
  • USB plug&play
  • Deactivate / kill tag function
  • 2-year warranty

The Nordic ID Stix is highly recommended for retail applications, especially on the shop floor applications. Also document tracking is a possible application area due to the small size of the device.

  • Suitable application areas
  • Point-of-sales
  • Information kiosks
  • Smart displays
  • Document tracking
  • Smart shopping
  • EAS at POS

The Nordic ID comments that Stix is a true simple plug-and-play device. "Just stick it in."


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