Impinj R700 RAIN UHF RFID Reader tops the best seller in deployment of Fixed-Mount UHF RFID Readers
Delivering excellent industry-leading performance with leverage industry-leading sensitivity, powerful edge processing, and high-speed network connectivity to enable fast reading of small, global RAIN UHF RFID tags and labels with speed and rates and range of successful read rates.
Impinj R700 RAIN UHF RFID Reader deployments with Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices with speed time-to-solution with increased on-reader memory, plus the Impinj IoT device interface that empowers IoT developers to easily connect applications to configure and control devices, and to consume RAIN data derived from encoded unique information using UHF RFID Labels and Tags
Meet demands of next-generation RAIN solutions: future-proof investments in RAIN RFID and next-gen tag chips with performance, reliability, and deployment simplicity for enterprise-grade solutions
Connect everything with features that deliver industry-leading performance
Industry-leading sensitivity - Empowers reading tags farther and faster, and future-proofing of IoT solutions
Powerful edge processing - Enables intelligent, on-reader, RAIN tag-processing algorithms
Secure, upgradable Linux OS - Delivers enterprise-grade security and reliability, and the flexibility to customize with on-reader applications
Simple IoT device interface - Easily connects IoT applications to configure and control devices, and to consume RAIN data, with native support for MQTT. Using MQTT with the Impinj R700 UHF RFID readers allows the user to export RFID tag data via the MQTT communication protocol. This method of sending data from one machine to another is very popular in the IoT world and can be setup using a public MQTT broker.
Optimized design for inventory - Increases read rate and improves read zone control at lower transmit power
Rich peripheral and accessory support - Provides versatility with support for USB drives, Wi-Fi adapters, and up to 32 antennas via optional R700 antenna hub.