, whose business areas include traffic and rail solutions sold under the TagMaster, CitySync, Balogh, CA Traffic, and Magsys brands, will use Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018 to launch several new products, including the XT-5 UHF Reader.
The XT-5, a new member in Tagmaster’s UHF family, is the next generation of RAIN RFID reader for traffic solutions. It has a high-performance 33 dBm radio with self-jammer cancellation and polarisation switching. Built on a Linux platform with PoE+, it comes in versions with internal antenna or up to four external antennas, all with RGB LEDs.
Like other products in TagMaster’s cutting-edge range of products, the XT-5 is designed to meet high demands, featuring long reading distance, high reading speed, robust design, climatic resistance (rain, snow, high and low temperatures, environmental stress, dust and dirt), magnetic and electric fields, resistance to mechanical vibration, stress and shock – all the while ensuring reliability, performance and safety.
As the company points out, thanks to their top-class quality, accuracy, unparalleled performance, ease of use and versatility, combined with a wide range of potential applications, the possibilities of TagMaster’s solutions are practically endless. They have been widely integrated in smart cities all over the world.