RFID UHF Wristband Bluetooth Reader Writer EPC

$125.00
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Description
  • BH04 NFC HF Wristband Bluetooth Reader

  • Battery capacity: 65mAh

  • Charging interface: MICRO-USB, 5V-500mA

  • Charging time: 70 minutes

  • Standby time: 30 days

  • Continuous working time: 7 hours (reading nearly 20,000 times)

  • Q Value: 30 ± 2%

  • Working Frequency: 13.56MHz

  • Support card rate: 106kbps, 212kbps, 424kpbs

  • Support ultra-low power automatic sleep

  • It has good read and write performance for standard cards and special-shaped cards, and MCU cards

  • Reading distance can reach 3-125px.

RFID Reader Model Description
  • B: Bluetooth

  • T: Tag

  • U: Ultra High Frequency(UHF)

  • H: High Frequency

  • KB: KeyBoard Simulator

  • PB: Palm Keyboard

User Instruction of BH04 NFC HF Wristband Bluetooth Reader
  • Communicate with BLE Bluetooth Android mobile phone devices above 4.0. Can communicate with iOS devices above Bluetooth BLE4.0.

  • The communication speed can meet the business needs of the bus card project. 1k byte data transfer is completed within 1 second.

  • The distance of open communication is 5m.

  • There is no loss or error in reading and writing 1k bytes of data at a time.

  • BLE version connection time is 1 second (scan + connection).

  • The lamp is completely off during standby. The green light flashes when not connected, and the green light is always on when connected.

  • When the charging is not completed, the red light is always on, and the red light is off when the charging is completed.

  • When the card is found or the data is exchanged with the card, the blue light flashes. When the card is activated, the green light is always on.

  • The lamp blinking period is 1 s. The software version number of the device can be returned via the SDK interface.

More Information
SKU BU04
Weight 1.000000
selling_potential 5
With Built-in Battery Yes
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