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January 29, 2014
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The R110Xi arrives on the market as a high-frequency RFID tabletop printer/encoder, seen as a multi-protocol solution suitable for high-volume and on-demand smart label printing and RFID tag encoding. The printer/encoder reportedly capitalizes on key areas where HF technology "outshines" UHF, such as greater data storage and availability, the flexibility to read in proximity to materials such as liquids and metals, and faster encoding and printing of labels. The co. says the R110Xi HF encodes passive inlays using multi-protocols, such as ISO15693 and ISO18000-3 mode 1, and is the first on the market to offer Philips' MIFARE(R) ultralight support. It's available now in North America and EMEA and will be offered in Asia Pacific and Latin America, the co. adds.
Zebra Technologies Corp.,
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