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Inventory Portable Reader

RFID Tag Data: When the portable reader is brought close to an RFID tag, it reads the unique identifier stored on the tag. This identifier can be a serial number or any other encoded data that uniquely identifies the item to which the tag is attached.

Item Information: Depending on the application and database setup, the reader may display additional information related to the item corresponding to the RFID tag. This information could include product names, descriptions, categories, quantities, and other relevant details.

  • Inventory Status: The reader may show the inventory status of the items being scanned, indicating whether the item is in stock, out of stock, or any other inventory-related information.

  • Location or Zone Information: Some portable readers are equipped with GPS or other location-tracking technologies, allowing them to display the physical location or zone where the scanned item was detected.

  • Timestamp: Each scan is usually accompanied by a timestamp, indicating the date and time when the item was read by the portable reader. This helps in keeping track of when the inventory was last checked.

  • User Information: If the portable reader is associated with a specific user or operator, it may display their identification or username, along with the scanned data.

  • Battery Status: Since portable readers are battery-powered, they often display the remaining battery level to ensure the device remains functional during usage.

  • Connection Status: In cases where the portable reader can connect to a network or a central database, it may display the connection status to indicate whether it's successfully synced with the main system or not.

  • Alerts or Notifications: The reader may show alerts or notifications related to specific items or inventory conditions, such as low stock, expired items, or any other inventory management alerts.

  • Check the read Hardware of intelligent circuits up to 20 tags per second.