Sled Handheld Reader
CS108 Sled Handheld Reader is the longest read range UHF RFID handheld sled reader in the world. It works with all Android phones or iPhones. It enables lightning fast inventory of items on pallets, warehouse shelves, moving vehicles, and other tagged items in business processes where fixed reader class performance is required in a portable device. CS108 is used globally in many mission critical government, industrial and commercial applications.
Watch a replay of our “Introducing the CS108 RFID Reader” webinar to learn more.
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- Excellent read range: Up to 18 meters with Linear Polarized Antenna; Up to 15 meters with Circular Polarized Antenna (tag and environment dependent)
- Country specific versions in terms of frequency bands
- Choice of vertically linear polarized, horizontally linear polarized or circular polarized
- Ruggedized design: Drop Test 1.2 meters on 6 surfaces, IP54
- 2D Barcode Scanner Module
- Worked with all Android Phones or iPhones
- Android API, iPhone API, Linux API, Windows API
Physical Characteristics (LxWxH)
161 x 90 x 161 mm
Best in Class Read Range : – Up to 18 meters with Linear Polarized Antenna (tag and environment dependent) – Up to 15 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
2D: PDF417, QR Code (QR1/2, Micro), Data Matrix (ECC200, ECC000, 050, 080, 100, 140), Chinese Sensible Code 1D: Code128, UCC/EAN-128, AIM128, EAN-8, EAN-13, ISBN/ISSN, UPC-E, UPC-A, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF-6, ITF-4, Matrix 2 of 5, Industrial 25, Standard 25, Code 39, Codabar, Code 93, Code 11, Plessey, MSI-Plessey, GS1-DataBarTM(RSS), (RSS-14, RSS-Limited, RSS-Expand)
Choice of vertically linear polarized, horizontally linear polarized or circular polarized
-20°C to 55°C (-4°F to 131°F)
-40°C to 75°C (-40°F to 167°F)
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Drop test 1.2 meters on 6 sides; IP54
Android Phone, iPhone, Windows PC, Linux PC
3,400 mAh,field replaceable Option : extra battery (CS108B); external charger (CS108C)
Source Code Samples
Read tag, write tag, tag inventory, tag ranging, tag search, tag authentication, tag association, tag commissioning, barcode scanning, database manipulation, wireless network transfer, server side driver, etc.
Order Code for Frequency Regulations
N=1: 865-868 MHz (Europe) & 865-867 MHz (India)
N=2: 902-928 MHz, USA, Canada & Mexico only (hopping frequencies locked)
N=2 AS: for 920-926 MHz, Australia only (hopping frequencies locked)
N=2 NZ: for 921.5-928 MHz, New Zealand only (hopping frequencies locked)
N=2 OFCA: for 920-925 MHz, Hong Kong only (hopping frequencies locked)
N=2 RW: for 902-928 MHz, Rest of the World that are subset of this band: e.g. Philippine, Brazil, Peru, Uruguay, Singapore, Thailand, etc.
N=4: 922-928 MHz, Taiwan
N=7: 920-925 MHz, China, Malaysia, etc.
N=8: 916.7-920.9 MHz, Japan
N=9: 915-921 MHz, Europe Upper Band
(V for vertically linear polarized, H for horizontally linear polarized, C for circular polarized, -2D means with 2D Barcode option)
User must abide by the laws and regulations of the RFID reader’s application country and/or geographic region on frequencies of operation, output conducted power, antenna gain, and output ERP power.