HANDHELD RFID READERS AND RFID-ENABLED SCANNERS
FASTER. SMARTER. FUTURE-PROOF.
Empower workers to be more efficient. Optimize cycle-counting and inventory management with industry-best read rates, optimized read range and increased battery capacity. Connect to current and upcoming Zebra mobile computers, so you get a future-proof device.
- Cycle Counting
- Planogram Compliance
- Inventory Management
- Check-in and Administration
- Ticketing: Concerts, Sporting Events and More
- Loyalty Cards
- Specimen Tracking
- Patient Tracking
- Hospital Asset Management and Tracking
UHF/RAIN RFID READERS
Bring a new level of comfort, task speed, ease of use and accuracy to RAIN RFID applications with the MC3300 Integrated UHF RFID handheld family. You get superior RFID read performance and receiver sensitivity for fast, accurate capture of challenging RFID tags and the ability to capture 1D and 2D barcodes.
- Cross Docking
- Item Finding
- Omni-Channel Order
- Asset Management
- Pharmaceutical and Laboratory Inventory
- Trunk Stock Demo/Sample Inventory
BRING RFID TO YOUR POINT OF SALE
If you are already benefitting from RAIN RFID in your supply chain, the DS9900 Series with RFID closes the loop by capturing RFID-tagged merchandise at the POS, as well as commissioning RFID tags on returned goods and new items for faster processing. Complimentary RFID data conversion software lets you read RFID tags without modifying your existing POS application.
- Checkout Scanning
- Mobile Payments,
- Coupons and Loyalty
- Age Verification
- Electronic Article
- Surveillance (EAS)
- RFID (POS,
- Commissioning Tags)
BUILT FOR LIFE IN THE LAB
Purpose-built for medical labs and pharmacies, the DS9900 Series Hybrid Presentation Imager improves workflow efficiency and accuracy. Workers get first-time, every time capture of the many types of barcodes found in the lab including small, high density, curved and color-coded.
- Blood Verification/Phlebotmy
- Blood, Tissue and Specimen Tracking
- Healthcare Admissions
- Patient Admissions
- Inventory Tracking
- Medication Tracking
COUNT INVENTORY IN THE STORE AND WAREHOUSE 25 TIMES FASTER
Honeywell’s new IH25 RFID reader, combined with RFID tagging, offers an easier solution to keep track of high moving inventory with less effort. Retailers can count inventory in the store and warehouse 25 times faster than with barcodes, often in a matter of a few hours, enabling more frequent inventory updates and closer management of inventory levels. Lightweight and ergonomically designed, the Honeywell IH25, paired with a Honeywell high-performance mobile computer, offers best-in-class UHF plus 1D/2D scanning, RFID range, and speed.
IDEAL FAMILY OF FULLY INTEGRATED, RFID-ENABLED MOBILE COMPUTERS
Easily add dual LF and UHF RFID capability to your Honeywell CN70 and CN70e mobile computers. This snap-on module is suitable for short-range RFID applications where WWAN connectivity is required, including mobile, field-based asset tracking, and maintenance verification solutions in oil and gas, heavy industrial, and more.
UNMATCHED DATA COLLECTION AND COMMUNICATION CAPABILITIES
The IP30 add-on passive UHF RFID handle is a cost-effective, compact handheld RFID solution for long-range applications in both industrial and enterprise environments. Use it to add mobile RFID read/write capability to the CN70/70e, CK70, CK71, CK3X, CN75/75e, or CK75 mobile computers.
FAST, HIGH-VOLUME RFID TAG READING PERFORMANCE
The IH21 handheld RFID reader is for use with Honeywell mobile computers when high-performance RFID reading in a compact, lightweight package is required. Sleek, semi-rugged, and lightweight, the IH21 reader helps speed up retail inventory counts, omnichannel order fulfillment, product receiving, shelf restocking, and pick lists, increasing efficiency, and productivity.
THE RFID POCKET READER WITH BLUETOOTH WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
The RFID pocket reader with Bluetooth® wireless technology has UHF RFID technology allowing information to be read and written on devices, name tags or transponders placed on objects for their identification. Read/write operations can occur without a line-of-sight, at longer distances and faster speeds compared to other passive technologies. This creates a less expensive, more efficient and automated process. The HID version supports native keyboard emulation allowing the reader to interact directly with legacy applications, office automation software or any other generic solutions requiring manual input.