Truecount aims to meet retailers' needs with what it calls "RFID in a briefcase"-a solution, known as RFID 2-GO, that provides all of the necessary RFID hardware and software (except for tags), packed into a compact carrying case. The company began marketing the system this summer. RFID 2-GO is intended for small to mid-sized retailers.
The heavy-duty protective case contains a laptop computer, a Motorola Solutions FX7400 fixed reader with an AN710 antenna, and a Motorola MC3190-Z handheld interrogator and cradle for uploading data from the handheld to the laptop. To operate the system, a user need only plug the computer into a power supply, and the reader into the laptop's USB port.
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