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RFID Readers

RFID readers are critical for collecting data from RFID tags. Find the right reader for your RFID system.

Automatic & Accurate Data Collection with RFID Readers

Whether you have a fixed, mobile, or hybrid RFID solution, readers are an essential piece for automated data collection. RFID readers communicate with asset tags and collect data by sending out and receiving radio frequency (RF) waves.

Based on their form factor, RFID readers provide unique benefits. While fixed readers create inventory checkpoints, mobile handheld readers are perfect for performing quick inventory audits or locating specific assets.

When selecting an RFID reader, some critical elements to evaluate are:

  • Frequency range
  • Fixed or mobile
  • Connectivity
  • Additional capabilities
  • End-user environment

Getting Started with RFID

Getting started with RFID requires a little bit more than buying a reader and slapping a tag on what you want to track. Our solutions are strategically designed for your warehouse’s requirements,
meaning we take the time to evaluate which combination of RFID tags, readers, antennas, printers, and software will work best for your application.

With over 20 years of experience working with warehousing partners, we have seen many common challenges and mishaps when implementing RFID systems. When you work with RMS Omega, you work with a dedicated Account Manager who will be your point of contact from the start. We will support you from the initial project design and through the implementation, deployment, and ongoing maintenance, optimization, and analysis of your RFID system for years to come.

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Types of RFID Readers

Handheld, fixed, and integrated checkpoint readers can be used to automate data collection based on your specific application.

  • Handheld Readers

    A mobile reader provides an instant reading of multiple RFID tags in addition to barcode reading capabilities. Perform quick inventory updates and locate assets efficiently by using mobile readers.

  • Fixed Readers

    Fixed readers can automate inventory workflows and monitor asset movements and processes. A fixed RFID solution can be beneficial for inbound/outbound verification, WIP monitoring, and ensuring compliance.

  • Integrated Portals & Checkpoints

    Integrated portals come in a variety of form factors to form scanning checkpoints during critical stages of your process. Integrated portals are well-suited for validating tags during receiving and shipping as well as enforcing compliance throughout different stages of your facility.

Explore RFID Applications By Use Case

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Explore RFID Applications By Industry

RFID In The Warehouse

RFID optimizes warehouse operations with accurate inventory management and enterprise asset tracking.

Manufacturing Processes

RFID provides reliable tracking of materials, parts, and goods throughout the manufacturing process and along the entire value chain.

Automotive Supply Chain

Automotive manufacturers can use RFID to cut operating costs, improve output, or automate processes.

Energy & Utilities

Utility companies aim to provide dependable services at the lowest cost possible. RFID technology can help utility providers deliver high-quality service while tracking high-value assets, inventory, tools, and personnel.

RFID In The Hospital  

RFID technology in the hospital can improve the tracking of critical equipment and enforce organizational compliance.

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