MR11A7 is a portable RAIN RFID reader designed to read tags of EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and ISO 18000-6C standards. Capable of reading UHF tags from 100 cm away,MR11A7 allows mobile operators to accomplish data collection tasks in a matter of seconds with either single-tag mode or multiple-tag mode, ensuring high productivity and efficiency in daily applications.
With built-in Bluetooth® technology, MR11A7 is capable of sending data to the host from 10 meters away. Due to its lightweight and pocket-sized design in size,MR11A7 is ideal to be carried around for different workplaces with freedom of mobility. Powered by a 1150mAh rechargeable battery MR11A7 can support up to 6,000 scans with a full battery charge.
MR11A7 is versatile with the advantage of conducting flexible data collection operations of both on-line wireless mode and off-line memory mode including multiple communication interfaces (BT HID/ BT SPP/ USB HID/ USB VCP). With a built-in memory of 2MB, when operated in memory mode, MR11A7 can store up to 20,000 EPC codes in friendly file format which can be read by Microsoft® Excel®.
The ruggedized design of MR11A7,including industrial-class protection with IP42 sealing and 1.5 meters drop resistance which ensure that MR11A7 can prevent the infiltration of dust and raindrop and withstand the impact of everyday drops and bumps in all kinds of working environments.The non-slip belt and the index finger groove are designed to facilitate the operation with ergonomic considerations.
With built-in buzzer, LED and vibrator, MR11A7 provides full variety of Good Read responses such as audible, visual and haptic feedback.Multi-color LED also indicates the Bluetooth® communication status as well as the power level of battery. MR11A7 is also easily configured on the host computer by Marson's free user-friendly software tool, RFID Utility®.
When operating with Marson MT600 Multi-Connected Wireless Dongle, Quick Paring can be achieved and as many as 7 units of MR11A7 can transfer data to a shared host device orderly at the same time.MT600 offers multi-devices connectivity to your mobile scanning tasks even when the existing host device does not have built-in Bluetooth® adapter.
RFID tag proves to be essential for a variety of automated applications including data acquisition and object identification. It works contactlessly and requires no line of sight with high noise immunity to environmental influences.
For example, in enterprise, school and hospital RFID can be adopted as Access Control; in cinema, amusement park and supermarket RFID can be adopted as Ticketing and Membership; in security patrol and equipment inspection RFID can be adopted as Asset Management.
|Frequency||EU 865 - 868 MHz (MR11A7E)|
US 902 - 928 MHz (MR11A7U)
|Standard||EPC Gen2/ ISO 18000-6C|
|Read Mode||Single-tag Read|
|Reading Distance||Up to 100cm|
(depends on tag & environment)
|Dimension||W51.4 x L109.3 x H28.1 mm|
|Weight||106g (with battery)|
|Cable||Micro(M) to USB A(M) Cable, 1.5M|
|Trigger||Scan Button, Function Button|
|Indicator||LED, Buzzer, Vibrator|
|Operation Voltage||3.7 VDC ± 5%|
|Working Current||< 450mA|
|Standby Current||< 120mA|
|Power Down Current||< 100uA|
|Battery||3.7V, 1150mAh, Li-ion Battery|
|Number of Scan|
(per full charge)
(1 scan/ 5 secs, Bluetooth connected)
|Radio||Bluetooth® 2.1 + EDR (Class 2)|
|Range (Distance)||33 ft/ 10M (line of sight)|
|Operating Temperature||-10 ~ 55˚C|
|Storage Temperature||-20 ~ 65˚C|
|Humidity||0% ~ 95%RH (Non-condensing)|
|ESD||Functional after 4KV contact, 8KV Air discharge|
|EMC/RF||FCC Part 15B Class B, Part 15C, CE EN55024/32, EN301489-1-17, EN300328 V2.1.1, EN302208-2, SAR|
|Environmental||WEEE, RoHS 2.0|
|Cable||Micro(M) to USB A(M) Cable, 1.5M, Black|
(P/N: 7005-9892A50, QTY: 1)
|Hand Strap||Large Hand Strap, 0.53M, Black|
(P/N: 8001-1002X00, QTY: 1)
|Battery||Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, 3.7V, 1150mAh)|
(P/N: 4112-0003000, QTY: 1)
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