New Moto Sleds Transform Handhelds into RFID Readers

11/20/2013
Motorola Solutions, Inc. released the RFD5500 UHF RFID sled that can instantly turn the MC55N0, MC55A0, MC65 and MC67 mobile computers into lightweight, rugged, handheld RFID readers delivering fast read rates and improved productivity for retail storefronts, warehouses and field applications.

The RFD5500 sled uses Motorola’s UHF RFID technology that offers superior read range and coverage area. Users no longer need to precisely align the reader with the tag so RFID data can be quickly and accurately captured – even on the most challenging items.

The RFD5500 offers a unique combination of intuitive audible and visual cues to quickly guide a worker to the precise location of any desired item. As the device moves closer to a specific item, a tone beeps louder and faster, while a sliding graphical bar increases in size, enabling mobile workers to quickly locate any individual item.

By building on the enterprise mobile computers’ leading bar code data capture capabilities, the RFD5500 offers dual data capture functionality in a single device. Mobile workers can locate products, read non-line-of-sight RFID data, and capture damaged and poor quality bar codes without interrupting workflows.

The RFD5500 is supported with a comprehensive portfolio of services including Service from the Start Bronze, which provides coverage for normal wear and tear and a three-day repair turnaround time. Service from the Start with Advance Exchange Support provides advance replacement of devices requiring repair and coverage of accidental damage to internal and external components. These services help minimize equipment downtime and significantly reduce unforeseen repair expenses.
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