2-Port UHF RAIN® RFID Reader
ThingMagic Sargas is a compact, high performance, multiprotocol, networked 2-port UHF RAIN RFID reader in a low profile enclosure with both read and write capability. With an onboard processor, memory and removable flash storage, it has features designed for enterprise applications as well as OEM system integration. Sargas is capable of reading more than 750 tags per second at distances over 9 meters when configured with appropriate antennas.
Powerful Processor Sargas is outfitted with a powerful ARM Cortex processor running Linux and generous amounts of DDR and FLASH memory, allowing complex on-reader programs to be loaded and written with the aid of ThingMagic’s MercuryAPI.
RAINstream Compatible All settings, including those for RAINstream, can be configured via a web interface sourced by the reader. This interface also permits the administrator to view status, upgrade firmware, run diagnostic tests, and test reading ability.
“Tagnostic” ThingMagic IZAR supports the entire suite of RAIN UHF RFID tag functionality, including Gen2V2 security. It also supports custom features from a wide variety of tag vendors, enhancing functionality for specialized applications. Optional, non-RAIN tag protocols are also available, including ISO 18000-6B, and read-only support for IP-X and AEI ATA.
Common Language Mercury API, ThingMagic’s universal programming interface, permits easy software portability across the entire ThingMagic product line – between finished readers and embdedded modules.
Multiple Data Interfaces Multipurpose client and host USB Ports, an SD card slot, and high voltage, opto-isolated general purpose I/O ports allow Sargas to support a wide variety of applications.
- Dimensions: 87 mm L x 80 mm W x 24 mm H
- 2 Antenna Ports with RP-SMA Connections Provides Improved Read Coverage
- Supports Regional Regulatory Requirements Globally
- ThingMagic Universal Reader Assistant and Mercury API Shortens Development Process
- Optional RAINstream to Allow Direct Transfer of Tag Data to Backend Systems Via Several Alternative Protocols
- In-Vehicle, including Emergency Medical Services, Mobile Asset Management, Construction
- Warehouse & Supply Chain
- Outdoor Sheltered Applications