CipherLab Debuts New UHF RFID Bluetooth Reader at 2012 VARTECH BAHAMAS CRUISE, Booth# 39, October 5-8, 2012

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The CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader gives your Bluetooth mobile devices extended UHF RFID reading and writing capabilities.

CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader

CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader

Industry experts will demonstrate how rapid advancements in RFID technology, including UHF GEN2 tags and handheld readers, will drive reseller success in Healthcare, Supply Chain, Asset Management, Retail and Security vertical markets.

October 5th to 8th 2012- CipherLab USA, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems, this weekend will showcase its latest line of barcode scanners and mobile computers at 2012 VARTECH BAHAMAS CRUISE event on Carnival Imagination departing from Carnival Cruise Port of Miami Florida, October 5th. All the VARs and SIs attending this event can visit the booth #39. CipherLab will introduce the new model1861 Handheld Bluetooth RFID Reader designed to address the growing demand for UHF RFID applications in warehouse, logistics, manufacturing, healthcare, and retail operations.

This new peripheral device can be used as a supplement to CipherLab’s own 9600 series and many other Bluetooth®-enabled mobile computers. It provides you with additional UHF RFID read/write ability as add-on functions to traditional barcode capture approaches. Connect this IP64 rated unit to many SPP or HID supported Bluetooth Windows Mobile, Android, iOS (iPad – iPhone), tablet, laptop, and desktop hardware configurations for all day use and to complement many existing software applications.

The CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader can read RFID tags in a distance of up to 1 m (3 ft.) and write data up to 0.5 m (1.6 ft.) away. Warehouse workers are now able to collect or edit RFID tag data attached on high-stacked pallets from ground level. Once item-level identification is required, workers can easily capture data without having to open cases one by one. The CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader also offers perfect solution when harsh and hazardous environments make RFID one of the only feasible identification and data collection alternatives.

Extensively tested for durability, the CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader is rated IP64 and able to sustain multiple drops onto concrete from 1.5 m (5 ft.), plus 1,000 tumbles at 1 m (3 ft.). It ensures continued productivity even under dusty and humid conditions, or falls onto rough surfaces by accident. Besides, the CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader comes with 2 batteries to give you 24/7 operation with no down time.

Unique from typical RFID readers, the CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader gives you extended RFID reading and writing capabilities via most Bluetooth® mobile devices. In addition, it can further integrate barcode capture and RFID data collection into one robust device by simply snapping your CipherLab 9600 series or other mobile computers onto its custom mount attached to the CipherLab 1861 handheld RFID reader. In this way, users could enjoy hassle-free one-hand operation via single unit with high work efficiency.

For more details and specifications regarding CipherLab 1861 Handheld UHF RFID Reader or other CipherLab products, please send an email to or contact our office at 888-300-9779 by phone.

About CipherLab
CipherLab is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems. The company’s mobile computers and scanners are integrated into the networks of some of the world's best known logistics, retail, distribution, government installations and healthcare companies, helping them run more efficiently and effectively onsite and on the road. Operating worldwide, CipherLab is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with offices in China, Germany and the USA, and is publicly traded on the Taiwan stock exchange (Taiwan OTC: 6160). For more information, please visit

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