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Hand-held RFID antenna signal strength mapping tool - a must for RFID professionals

Posted by Michael Crudele on

I wanted to take a moment to inform our RFID clients about a GREAT tool that many RFID professionals feel is an essential part of their "toolkit" in the field:


The RFID Power Mapper from RFMAX is a small (2 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches) hand-held unit that measures relative antenna strength for both linear and circular RFID antennas in the FCC: 902-928 MHz & ETSI: 865-868 MHz ranges.


The unit does NOT require batteries, so it's always ready when you need it.  It simply uses radiated RF power like an RFID tag, and displays signal strength on a simple to read analog gauge.  I find it most helpful when comparing one antenna vs. another's gain and beam width in a particular installation, or simply to test whether we are getting signal from a particular antenna node.


This simple tool can save the professional RFID system integrator a tremendous about of time on the job.  Click the photo below for our product page which will give you a complete overview of the device, and the option to order from our STOCK.



For the full line of RFMAX gear for RFID professionals, click here:

Click here to purchase an RF Power Mapper.

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