The Chainway C71 is an Android portable terminal with an RFID reader. The newly-upgrade of Octa-Core CPU brings the overall performance improvement that enables high-speed and stable possessing. Integrated with superb RFID performance that allows read distance of 3m, it is lightweight, supports optional barcode scanning and iris recognition. The RFID reader will meet the needs in retail, logistics, warehousing, healthcare, finance, transportation, etc.
Perfectly compatible with their mobile computer, Chainway’s self-developed UHF RFID modules deliver excellent RFID reading and writing capabilities. It supports an antenna of 1dBi circular polarisation and can read all kinds of popular RFID tags with high speed and accuracy. Mobile applications include retail, logistics, healthcare etc.
The C71 supports NFC, whose distinctive features such as high security, fast and stable connectivity and low power consumption meet the needs of user authentication and e-payment.
The C71 can be configured with high-performance barcode engines, which gives the device the capability of decoding almost all kinds of 1D/2D barcodes with high accuracy and speed, even those damaged and poor quality codes. Its wide working range and long working distance enabled the C71 to work flexibly in various applications.
With a variety of options including ultra-fast 4G LTE, dual-band If-Fi (2.4G + 5G) and low-consumption Bluetooth, the C71 will offer you high-speed and stable wireless connectivity anywhere, anytime.
The C71 deploys the latest IPS technology in it’s beautiful 1080P 5.2-inch display. It delivers high-quality colour reproduction and wide viewing angles, providing an easy to view experience for users plus you can adjust the screen brightness based on the surrounding light conditions so that your display is always clear and readable.
The C71 boasts a 13MP auto focus colour camera with flash. You can easily capture photos and videos in various modes, even under low light and back-lit conditions.
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