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As more industries choose fixed RFID infrastructure for their asset tracking, you need a reader designed to operate anywhere, even in the harshest environments like those found in transportation/logistics, warehousing and manufacturing enterprises. Readers must withstand moisture and dirt while operating at a wide range of temperatures. Zebra’s FXR90 Ultra-Rugged Fixed RFID Readers are built for extreme conditions—both indoors and outdoors—and sealed to industrial-grade dual IP65 and IP67 ratings for reliable performance anywhere. Their versatile design includes an integrated RFID antenna built in for streamlined deployment, even across the largest facilities. And with built-in wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth®, 5G, GPS and CBRS, the FXR90 provides unmatched connectivity, even outside the facility’s four walls, to meet the demands of today and the innovations of tomorrow.

FXR90 Ultra-Rugged Fixed Reader

  • Industry-Leading Performance. With a robust read rate of up to 1,300+ tags per second, FXR90 Readers enable greater visibility and real-time data wherever you need it most. And with rugged, sealed M12 connectors, as well as higher receiver sensitivity, you can expect reliable performance and increased accuracy in even the most challenging environments.

    Simplified Deployment. FXR90 Readers have wireless technologies built in for easy configuration and management of a fleet of readers. Integrated Bluetooth 5.3 wireless capability connects to almost any Android™ or Windows device. Take advantage of the simple, cable-free deployment allowed by a proprietary built-in RFID antenna and gain the flexibility of a maximized read zone that 4- and 8-antenna port configurations enable.

    Flexible Networking. With 5G, GPS and CBRS built in, you have more flexibility than ever to build the type of wireless network that works best for your operations, whether inside or outside the four walls of any facility. Choose to deploy Wi-Fi and 5G cellular for easy installation in previously inaccessible remote areas because you won’t need to drop an Ethernet cable. Use GPS data to understand where in the physical world items are being read to tie them back to specific customers or facilities. Connect your reader to your private network using CBRS for more widespread wireless coverage with low latency. The choice is yours.

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