Alien ALR F-800 UHF RFID Reader
The exemplary reader of the RFID world is Alien’s industrial and latest model, the ALR-F800. It is a reference reader that can work without any problems for many years with its robust and stable casing.
Superior features of Alien Technology products such as AutonomMode, StreamMode, NotifyMode, TriggeredMode are also available in this reader.
It will be in our stock very soon. Due to the chip crisis, Alien is the only product available for the European Union region.
If you are using Alien Technology’s readers such as ALR9900+ – ALR9680, this product can work perfectly with your system.
This model of Alien will provide you with incredible convenience for your reader-specific software development and customization needs, which saves lives for system integrators. Thanks to the embedded Ruby platform, it is now very easy to send data to Cloud systems, REST API, and similar web services. Benefit from Altis ‘s over 16 years of Ruby development experience on Alien devices!
Attention, this product may not give the desired performance with some RFID tags with additional features. Contact now to find out which tags you can get the highest performance with!
ALR F800 RFID Reader, EPC Class 1 enjoys a well-deserved reputation among industrial UHF RFID readers with Gen2 architecture. Developed by Alien Technology for real industrial applications, this product provides best-in-class read power over Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Produced with only 4 ports, this RFID reader can be used for almost any UHF RFID project regardless of the industry. However, it is mostly preferred in projects that require high continuity and continuous performance such as heavy industry, advanced and high-volume logistics and supply chain projects, retail processes, asset tracking and asset management applications.
Perhaps the only one in its class, automatic inventory optimization, 20 years Alien Technology Alien F800, which makes a difference thanks to its unique features such as Alien Reader Protocol, RSSI and speed filter, noise rejection, which has been developed with .