High Performance UHF
The new 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader is designed to read and write to EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (ISO18000-6C) UHF transponders and communicate with a variety of host devices via Bluetooth® wireless technology. With its Impinj R2000 core and range of interchangeable high performance antennas the 1128 performs like no other reader, giving the user the highest levels of flexibility currently available in today’s market. The reader can be configured with class leading high performance 2D data scanning to bring unparalleled data collection capabilities to connected devices.
Our ‘RFID Explorer’ App demonstrates the performance, functionality and versatility of the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader. It also serves as demonstration of TSL’s powerful ASCII 2 protocol. It is available for iOS, Android™ and Windows Phone. The iOS version of RFID Explorer is compatible with iPhone® 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch® (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad®, and requires iOS 5.1 or later. RFID Explorer is available to download from the locations above.
For Windows Mobile users, we have a ‘UHF Demo’ app available on the Product Downloads page.
Integrate With Ease
The 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader incorporates TSL’s unique ASCII protocol for faster and easier application development. This sophisticated parameterised ASCII protocol provides the developer a powerful set of commands that carry out multiple actions locally within the reader. This approach enables multiple tag operations executed using simple pre-configured ASCII commands which speeds integration of the reader into applications.
The 1128 brings high performance UHF RFID scanning to devices running a wide range of Operating Systems including Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, WinCE, and Windows XP/Vista/7/8. The 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader is compatible with Bluetooth® enabled host devices including enterprise handhelds, consumer phones, touchscreen MP3 players, tablets and PCs.
Almost any small device can be attached to the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader using a combination of the 1128 Accessory Mount and commercially available device cases. The Accessory Mount securely holds the device in place, yet slides on and off the reader body in one quick action. Customized mounts are also available by special request. The diagram below illustrated the different attachment methods available:
1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader with 2D Imager, UHF antenna, trigger handle, battery, battery cover, Micro USB cable, USB charger 1128-EU-BT-UHF-IMG (Europe/ETSI) 1128-US-BT-UHF-IMG (North America/FCC) 1128-TW-BT-UHF-IMG (Taiwan) 1128-SG-BT-UHF-IMG (Singapore) 1128-MY-BT-UHF-IMG (Malaysia) 1128-KR-BT-UHF-IMG (South Korea) 1128-HK-BT-UHF-IMG (Hong Kong) 1128-CN-BT-UHF-IMG (China) 1128-AU-BT-UHF-IMG (Australia) 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID reader (no Imager) with UHF antenna, trigger handle, battery, battery cover, Micro USB cable, USB charger 1128-EU-BT-UHF-A1 (Europe/ETSI) 1128-US-BT-UHF-A1 (North America/FCC) 1128-TW-BT-UHF-A1 (Taiwan) 1128-SG-BT-UHF-A1 (Singapore) 1128-MY-BT-UHF-A1 (Malaysia) 1128-KR-BT-UHF-A1 (South Korea) 1128-HK-BT-UHF-A1 (Hong Kong) 1128-CN-BT-UHF-A1 (China) 1128-AU-BT-UHF-A1 (Australia) Grip handle options: 1128-SLG Slimline Grip attachment Device mount options 1128-MNT-IPADMINI iPad Mini (1st gen) Mount 1128-MNT-IPADAIR2 iPad Air (2nd gen) Mount 1128-MNT-IPHN4G iPhone 4 Mount 1128-MNT-IPHN5G iPhone 5 Mount 1128-MNT-IPHN6G iPhone 6 (4.7”) Mount 1128-MNT-IPHN6GPLUS iPhone 6 Plus (4.7”) Mount 1128-MNT-IPOD4G iPod touch (4th gen) Mount 1128-MNT-IPOD5G iPod touch (5th gen) Mount 1128-MNT-NEXUS Galaxy Nexus Mount 1128-MNT-MC2100 Motorola MC2100 Mount* 1128-MNT-MC40 Motorola MC40 Mount* 1128-MNT-MC40 Motorola MC45 Mount* 1128-MNT-MOTOG Moto G (1st gen) Mount 1128-MNT-MOTO-G-GEN2 Moto G (2nd gen) Mount 1128-MNT-ES400 Motorola ES400 Mount* 1128-MNT-TC55-01 Motorola TC55 Mount* 1128-MNT-GALAXY-S5 Samsung Galaxy S5 Mount 1128-MNT-GALAXY-S4 Samsung Galaxy S4 Mount 1128-MNT-NK1520 Nokia 1520 Mount 1128-MNT-UNI Basic Accessory Mount
*Currently these are available in SLS RP materials. Injection molded parts TBA.
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Physical and Environmental Characteristics
Dimensions (with trigger handle): 16.0cm × 7.7cm × 16.9cm (LxWxH) Dimensions (with slimline grip): 16.0cm × 7.7cm × 9.7cm (LxWxH) Weight (including battery & trigger handle): 380g (13.4 oz) User input: Trigger button User feedback: Speaker, vibration motor, LED Power: Removable, rechargeable 4.2 volt Lithium Polymer 2200 mAh battery pack, 8.4 watt hrs Enclosure materials: Black Lexan EXL9330 PC Yellow Lexan 943A PC
RFID Engine: TSL custom module with embedded Impinj R2000 Communication protocols: TSL ABC (Parameterised ASCII command set) Impinj binary Memory: Supports up to 32 GB Micro SD/SDHC card Compatible Host devices (Bluetooth®): Android, iOS, Windows CE, Windows Mobile 5/6.1/6.5 or Windows XP/Vista/7. Host device must have Bluetooth® functionality. Compatible Host devices (USB): Any USB host with FTDI VCP driver support (Windows, Linux, Mac, Android)
Operating Temperature: -4°F to 140°F / -20°C to 60°C Charging Temperature: 41°F to 104°F / 5°C to 40°C Storage Temperature: -40°F to 158°F /-40°C to 70°C Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing Drop specification: Multiple drops to concrete: 4 ft./1.2 m ambient, 3ft / 0.9m across the operating temperature range Tumble: 500 0.5 metre tumbles at room temperature (1,000 cycles) Environmental Sealing: IP54 Electrostatic Discharge: ± 15kVdc air discharge; ± 8kVdc contact discharge MIL-STD 810F: Meets and exceeds applicable MIL-STD 810F for drop, tumble and sealing
Standards supported: EPC Class 1 Gen 2 Nominal read range2: up to 13 ft. / up to 4 m Nominal write range2: up to 4 ft./ up to 1.22 m Field: 150-degree forward facing (approx.) measured from front of device Antenna: Detachable, Circularly Polarized with optional 2D scanner Frequency Range: EU: 865-868MHz; US: 902-928MHz Output Power: 10mW to 800mW Antenna Options: High Performance CP High Performance CP with 2D Imager Custom antennas available
Imager: Motorola SE4500 2D imager Sensor Resolution: 752 x 480 pixels Field of View: Horizontal: 40°, Vertical: 25° Focal Distance: SR: 8 in. DL: 5.3 in. HD: 2.9 in. Aiming LED (VLD): 655 ±10nm Laser Illumination Element: 625 ±5nm LEDs (2x) Min. Print Contrast: Minimum 25% Symbologies Supported: 1D: All major codes 2D: PDF417, MicroPDF417, Composite, RSS, TLC-39, Datamatrix, QR code, Micro QR code, Aztec, MaxiCode Postal Codes: US PostNet, US Planet, UK Postal, Australian Postal, Japan Postal Dutch Postal (KIX) Ranges3: DL Focus Near Far 5 mil Code 39 1.4 in./36 mm 7.3 in./185 mm 100% UPC 1.6 in./41 mm 12 in./305 mm 5 mil PDF417 2.8 in./71 mm 4.5 in./114 mm
Bluetooth1: Bluetooth Version 2.1 SPP profile HID Profile (future) Apple iAP Bluetooth Class: Class 2 Bluetooth Range4: 10m Bluetooth Pairing: PIN, Simple Secure Pairing, NFC OOB Pairing (TBA)
Peripherals and Accessories
External Interface: MicroUSB connector for battery charging and USB connectivity. USB Operating Modes: Tethered for real time data capture in conjunction with SmartWedge software. Download of stored scan data. Optional desktop charger: TSL 1136 4-Slot battery charger Other Accessories: Adapter mounts for a variety of smartphones, handheld terminals and touchscreen MP3 players Slimline Grip, Trigger Handle
General: Approved for use in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan Electrical Safety: Certified to UL60950-1, CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1 EMI/RFI: USA: FCC Part 15 Canada: ICES 003 Class B EU: EN 301 489-3, EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-17, EN 302-208, EN55022 Class B, EN55024 Laser Safety: IEC Class2/FDA Class II in accordance with IEC60825- 1/EN60825-1, 21CFR1040.10
The TSL 1128 reader is warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year (12 months) from date of shipment, provided the product remains unmodified and is operated under normal and proper conditions.
1 Compatible Bluetooth stack required in the Host device 2 Tag Read/Write performance is dependent on tag type, items tagged, number of tags in the field and other radio and environmental factors 3 Artificial lighting can affect scanning performance 4 Open field iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. © Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. Technology Solutions (UK) Limited reserves the right to change its products, specifications and services at any time without notice.
The 1128 Bluetooth UHF RFID reader we bought last week is working great. My iPhone app consultant is making great strides to interface the reader to our app and databases.
- Cary McCamey
Manager of Information Systems, Siplast Inc.
You have an exceptionally fine product and the diligence and attention to detail of your design team shows. We appreciate your hard work at Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd !
- Bill Rushing
Vice President R&D, Berntsen International, Inc.
The 1128 Bluetooth UHF RFID reader is the best reader we have tested with our system and we have instructed our developers to switch from our previous choice immediately.
- Philip Appleton
CEO, Microtracking AB
I have started to try the 1128 Bluetooth UHF RFID reader this morning. The iOS application is very nice. It offers a lot of capabilities on a very user friendly way. The reader is working out of the box and I can connect it to my laptop very easily.
- Sebastien Castellani
We provided a demonstration to a company recently in Orlando with a demo using your 1128 Bluetooth UHF RFID reader – it was very well received.
- Dave Browne
Aerospace Software Developments Limited
I would like to commend your company on your scanners as they did beat out the competition in all tests.
- Brian Roe
Manager of Information Systems E & R Laundry and Dry Cleaners / The Campus Laundry
We sent our customer two of the 1128 Bluetooth UHF RFID readers and when I met with their developer he told me how easy it was for him to develop an app on his Samsung phone and is very impressed with the kit
- Name withheld