NFC SCANNER (BlueBerry LE HF)

  • RFID reader and writer
  • USB interface – Bluetooth Low Energy 4.1
  • Bidirectional serial emulation profile
  • Automatic reading of UID, UID + MEMORY (up 512 bit) or other combinations
  • Manage all ISO 15693 commands (mandatory, optional, custom)
  • Read/Write up to 2 Mbit tag memory
  • Output ASCII / HEX with prefix and suffix
  • Battery life up to 15000 readings
MAN/MACHINE INTERFACES 1 function key for RFID read activation, Multitone Beeper, 2 LED for device operation signaling
INTERNAL DEVICES Frequency: 13.56 MHz
Power: 200 mW
Standard: ISO 15693, ISO 14443-A (only reading)
Reading distance: up to 6 cm
Embedded antenna
INTERFACES Micro USB type B
Bluetooth® Low Energy
OS COMPATIBILITY iOS, Android, RIM, Windows Mobile/Phone, Windows, masOS, Linux
PROCESSOR Texas Instruments MSP430 (16 bit RISC a 16MHz)
POWER SUPPLY USB powered: 380mA peak @ 5Vdc (RF active full power), 30mA @ 5Vdc (idle mode)
Battery powered: Li-Poly Battery 3.7 Vdc 300mAh, rechargeable via micro USB, battery life 15000 reading, 14 h in idle mode
WORKING TEMPERATURE -20°C / 60°C
DIMENSIONS Height 7.7 cm – Width 4.3 cm – Depth 1.7 cm
WEIGHT 21 g
PROTECTION DEGREE IP54

NFC SCANNER is a mobile mini RFID reader, keychain shape, able to read HF tags and transmit the acquired data to any device equipped with Bluetooth® Low Energy radio interface.

The maximum reading distance is 6 cm.

The use of the RFID reader is easy and intuitive thanks to the presence of a single button, to activate the reading of the HF tags (1), and an LED and a multi-tone beeper, to alert the operator of the reading.

NFC SCANNER integrates Bluetooth® Low Energy radio technology, in particular it uses the serial emulation profile, a two-way channel. A simple serial communication protocol, present on all TERTIUM Technology products, allows to manage all the RFID reader functions, in particular the ID scan and the reading / writing of the HF tag memory (2).

With this profile it is possible, in the development phase, to integrate RFID technology in any application or program for mobile devices with an iOS and Android operating system (3).

NFC SCANNER is battery powered. Charging carries out via a micro USB connector.

Through the USB port it is possible to connect the NFC SCANNER to a PC, so that it can also be used as a normal RFID desktop reader. Data transmission on the USB interface takes place in virtual serial mode, a bidirectional channel (managed through the same serial communication protocol as the Bluetooth® Low Energy interface).