Pepperl+Fuchs' MTT3000 and MTT6000 RFID systems contain the reader and network interface in a single industrial housing

Pepperl+Fuchs introduces the MTT3000 and MTT6000 family of long-range RFID systems operating at 2.45 GHz and providing up to six meters of read-range. This system is self-contained with the reader and network interface integrated in a single industrial housing. These long-range RFID readers feature built-in Ethernet TCP/IP, RS232 and RS485 ports, along with integrated Frequency Hopping to ensure maximum read-reliability. The IP65 housing with high-visibility LED indicators allows for installation in most industrial environments. 

The readers provide three digital inputs used to control the reading operations. Integrated outputs are used to indicate when tag data has been sent to the host. Read-only tags feature a unique code number that never requires reprogramming. Read-write tags provide up to 71 bytes of read/write memory.

Readers can be configured with 93 different frequency channels, or configured for conventional or adaptive frequency hopping, allowing several units to be mounted close together without any concerns for mutual interference. Readers are designed to work out of the box without any required software. For users who wish to customize termination and prefix characters, string length and/or other parameters, configuration software is available.

The tags that are completely sealed with integrated batteries, allowing them to be mounted in harsh conditions. They are designed such that reading or writing the tag does not deplete the tag memory any quicker, with typical tag life spans of five to seven years. Tags have a low-battery indicator for timely replacement as necessary.

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