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Impinj xPortal Reader

The Speedway® xPortal™ reader, an integrated UHF RFID portal reader, incorporates the industry-leading Speedway Revolution RFID reader and Impinj's Dual-Linear Phased Array (DLPA) antenna technology, yielding the industry's smallest, most flexible, and cost-effective RFID portal solution. Designed for retail, office, hospital, and other indoor environments, the Speedway xPortal RFID reader is ideal for monitoring tagged items, pallets, equipment, files, or people passing through doorways, hallways, or other zonal coverage areas.

Impinj Speedway Revolution Reader

Impinj's Speedway® Revolution UHF RFID reader delivers peak performance with its innovative Autopilot features enabling a set of unique firmware featureswork together to automatically optimize the reader's operation for its environment:

  • Autoset—continuously optimizes the reader's configuration for the best, most reliable performance
  • Low duty cycle—reduces RF interference, power consumption, and energy costs
  • Dynamic antenna switching—improves throughput and helps the reader work more efficiently

The Impinj Speedway Revolution reader also delivers increased application flexibility via support for Power over Ethernet (PoE), which simplifies deployment and dramatically reduces cost by eliminating the need for AC outlet installation at read points.

Impinj's Speedway® Revolution fixed RFID reader is available in two- (R220) and four-port (R420) versions.

Impinj Speedway Revolution GPIO Box

Impinj designed the Speedway® Revolution GPIO Box for use with the Speedway® Revolution RFID reader to provide convenient access to the reader’s GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) port. The GPIO Box interfaces with the reader via a supplied HD15 cable, and separates each input and output signal to easy-access screw terminals. Neighboring ground and power terminals accompany each signal terminal to easily connect three-wire devices. The GPIO Box also includes an on-board relay to interface with devices which require high wattage or an open/short signal.