- 4 antenna ports
- Device management and monitoring
- Industry standard application interface with support for EPCglobal Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP)
- High transmit power (within regulatory limits), Autopilot software, and leading receive sensitivity for overall highest readability
- Power over Ethernet (PoE) and WiFi/cellular modem connectivity
- Quality design resulting in industry’s highest reliability
With its exceptional read rate performance and 4 antenna options, Impinj Speedway R420 is one of the most popular readers on the RFID market.
- Air Interface ProtocolEPCglobal UHF Class 1 Gen 2 / ISO 18000-6C
- Antennas4 high performance, monostatic antenna ports optimized for Impinj reader antennas (RP TNC)
- Transmit power+10.0 to +32.5 dBm (w/ external universal power supply)
- Max Receive Sensitivity-82 dB
- Application InterfaceEPCglobal Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP) v1.0.1, Speedway Revolution SDK & EDK
- Environmental SealingIP52
- Shock and VibrationMil-Std-810G Certified
- Dimensions (H x W x D)19 x 17.5 x 3 cm
- Operating Temperature-20 C to +50 C
- Power SourcesPower over Ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3af, +24 VDC @ 800mA via external universal power supply with locking connector—sold separately
- GPIO4 inputs, optically isolated 3-30V; 4 outputs, optically isolated, 0-30V, non-isolated 5V, 100mA supply (DB-15)
- Network Connectivity10/100BASE-T auto-negotiate (full/half) with auto-sensing MDI/MDX for auto-crossover (RJ-45)
- USBUSB 1.1 Device (Type B) and Host (Type A) ports • USB Virtual COM Serial Port and USB drive support for embedded applications
Peak Performance 24/7
Autopilot technology senses, configures, adapts Speedway readers use Autopilot, a set of unique firmware features that work together to automatically optimize the reader’s operation for its environment, delivering peak performance at all times. Autoset—senses levels of RF noise and interference, automatically selecting appropriate settings.
Low duty cycle—reduces RF interference, power consumption, and energy costs Dynamic antenna switching—senses where tags are in the field and automatically focuses on antennas with the largest tag populations, improving throughput and efficiency.
Every Speedway reader user can access MultiReader, a tool designed to allow you to quickly assess your reader’s performance and view tags. Speedway Connect software provides and easy-to-use graphical interface for setting basic reader configurations and also delivers a cost-effective method for readily converting barcode read points to RFID technology with minimal disruption to existing operations. More advanced users can take advantage of the Speedway Development Kit and Embedded Developer’s Kit to customize performance and reader output to their application.