To achieve maximum visibility and efficiency in your most rugged environments, your business needs an RFID reader that can keep up with the high volume and wide variety of pallets, cases and tagged items that go in, out and through your warehouse and dock doors each day. The Zebra FX9600 Fixed UHF RFID Reader delivers the performance and features you need to handle it all. With support for Power over Ethernet, IP53 sealing and up to eight RF ports, the FX9600 brings a new level of cost efficiency to passive UHF asset tracking and inventory management, without compromising on performance. Industry-leading read rates, long read ranges and exceptional RF sensitivity ensure you can automate inventory management—from receiving and putaway to picking and shipping—without errors and without bottlenecks. The result? Increased efficiency and accuracy every time your inventory is touched, reduced labor costs and the delivery of the right product to the right customer, on time, every time. When you need industry-best RFID performance, the FX9600 delivers.
FX9600 Fixed UHF RFID Reader
- Most Power in Its Class With a best-in-class processor and expanded memory, the FX9600 offers the power needed to support very high traffic throughput and sophisticated software applications. Unrivaled Deployment Simplicity
- Optional 4G LTE Cellular Modem With GPS Capabilities An optional 4G LTE modem with GPS enables you to extend RFID to the field. For example, with an FX9600 installed in a delivery truck, you can automatically verify package pick up and delivery or track Returnable Transport Objects (RTOs) such as bakery trays and commercial laundry. The integrated GPS provides the exact location where RFID tags are read–giving you complete visibility into when and where a package or asset was placed or received.
- Directly Connect To Wi-Fi™ Networks and Bluetooth®- Enabled Devices The FX9600 supports a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth dongle for direct wireless connectivity to your Wi-Fi network, as well as Bluetooth-enabled computers and other devices. There’s no need for hard-wired connections to the access point.