Start Developing for the CS463
The CS463 can support custom embedded code to run advanced logic right on the reader. You can code your own advanced tag filtering rules or even control external devices. See our example code on GitHub.
The CS463 can now be controlled over Bluetooth and it supports the same API as the CS108 Sled Handheld Reader. We have an SDK and code examples for your OS of choice including iOS, Android, Linux and Windows. All the CS108 communicates over Bluetooth or Bluetooth LE to the device of choice. See our example code on GitHub.
Get started with the CS463 advanced reader!
The CS463 is being used across a wide variety of industries.
Physical Characteristics (LxWxH)
272 x 152 x 24 mm
CSL HTTP/XML protocol with full event engine management, CSL Unified Protocol, LLRP Protocol, MACH1 protocol, Custom Embedded HTTP RFID and CS108 Bluetooth API
Bluetooth, Ethernet, Serial, USB, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with WPA2-PSK (AES)
Best in Class Read Range : Up to 22 meters with Circular Polarized Antenna (tag and environment dependent)
ISO18000-6C, EPC UHF Class 1 Gen 2, Dense Reader Mode available (Class 3 Gen 2 compliant)
All banks, any sizes (e.g. 240 bits bank1, 512 bits bank3); RSSI value
One of the following: 865-868 MHz, 865-867 MHz, 902-928 MHz, 922-928 MHz, 920-925 MHz, 915-922 MHz, 915-921 MHz
4 Monostatic Reverse SMA Ports
Dual Core Arm Cortex A9, 1 GB DDR3 RAM
Operating Temp: -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Storage Temp: -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
Humidity: 98% Non-condensing
4 x GPO and 4 x GPI, Optically isolated, additional isolated 12V output
DC Supply (12V, 5A) or POE+ (IEEE802.3at)
You are protected by our 2 Year Factory Warranty
All CS463 units are covered by our 2 year factory warranty. You can purchase an optional 1 year warranty extension.
Here are some common questions about the CS463.
What tag was used to calculate the 22 m read range
The SMARTRAC R6 DogBone RFID paper tag was used during range tests.
Can I control external devices over USB
Yes, you can control external USB devices by running custom embedded code on the reader.