The Intermec IP30 add-on handle for passive UHF RFID is the leader in handheld RFID readers. The modularity of the IP30, when combined with the RFID-readiness of Intermec mobile computers, transforms the mobile computer into a handheld RFID reader in a snap. The IP30 supports both in-premise and in-field applications, such as warehouse operations, enterprise asset management, retail and enterprise inventory management, field service, and exception handling.
The Intermec IP30 add-on handle for passive UHF RFID is a cost-effective, compact, EPCglobal-certified solution for adding mobile RFID read/write capability to Intermec`s latest generation of mobile computers, including the CN70/70e, CK70, CK71, CN4, CN4e, CN3*, CN3e*, and CK3.
The modularity of the IP30, when combined with the RFID-readiness of the Intermec mobile computers, transforms into a RFID handheld in a snap. The IP30 supports both in-premise and in-field applications, such as warehouse operations, enterprise asset management, retail and enterprise inventory management, field service, and exception handling.
When combined with one of Intermec’s most powerful mobile computer products, the IP30 gives the user unmatched data collection and communication capabilities. And combining RFID with multiple network communication options in a single handheld unit enables pin-point location accuracy for real-time asset, source and service tracking.
When added to one of Intermec’s latest70 Series handheld computers, the IP30 gives users unprecedented versatility both inside and outside of the four walls through combined advanced data collection methods, GPS location association, and communication via multiple network radios, including the latest cellular technologies. In fact, the IP30 is the only long-range handheld RFID reader on the market that combines five wireless technologies in one integrated system: RFID,Wireless WAN, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. RFID reads can now be associated with time stamps and location coding to enhance supply chain visibility for applications like track and trace, point of origin, and field asset and inventory management.
When harsh and hazardous environments make RFID one of the only viable identification and data-collection methods, the non-incendive (NI) rated version of the IP30 – combined with an NI version of the 70 Series, CN4/CN4e, or CN3/CN3e mobile computers – provides a solution certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for use in environments in the United States and Canada where gases, dusts, and fliers or fibers may be present.
External battery charger
EPCglobal UHF Gen 2, ISO 18000-6b, ISO 18000-6c
Meets ETSI and FCC regional standards, and is factory configured to operate in many additional countries worldwide.
Bluetooth and USB configurations (model dependent)
0° C to 50° C (32° F to 122° F)
-30° to 70° C (-22° to 158° F)
10 to 95% (non-condensing)
Enclosure: IP64 compliant
30 G, 11 ms, half sine pulse (operating)
Withstands 4 foot drop (1.2m) 26 times to concrete
Quasi Random Vibration 17.5G
RMS for 2 hours, each of three axis
RFID Frequency Ranges: 865, 915, and 950 MHz bands, supporting multiple regional configurations
Without Handheld Computer: 430 g with battery (0.95 lbs)
Weight with CN3 or CN4: 860 g with battery (1.90 lbs)
Weight with CN70 and CK3: 880 g with battery (1.94 lbs)
Weight with CN70e: 921 g with battery (2.03 lbs)
Weight with CK70: 992 g with battery (2.19 lbs)
Weight with CK71: 1.01 kg with battery (2.24 lbs)
Removable Lithium–ion battery pack (2400 mAh)