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Vulcan RFID p11 UHF RFID Antenna (902-928 MHz) (Flange Right Ang

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Vulcan RFID p11 UHF RFID Antenna (902-928 MHz) (Flange Right Ang

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Size:Flange Right Angle Connector

The Vulcan RFID p11 UHF RFID Antenna is a compact patch antenna, with a very thin form factor, circular polarization, and a radiation pattern characterized by a wide beam in all directions in one hemisphere. With three different connector shape options and a very thin form factor, the Vulcan RFID p11 UHF RFID Antenna is an ideal solution for a wide array of applications including but not limited to: smart shelves, smart displays, smart panels, smart tables, and other smart surfaces. Product Details ELECTRICAL: Operating Frequency: FCC (902-928 MHz) Polarization: Right Hand Circular Gain: 3.4 dBi (US) Max Read Distance: Up to 3 m (9.8 ft) Elevation Beamwidth: 100˚ Azimuth Beamwidth: 100˚ MECHANICAL: Connector Type: SMA female Flange Right Angle (connects to SMA male) Cable: Not Included Mounting: Integrated Mounting Holes Dimensions - excluding connector: 137 x 137 x 3.3 mm (5.4 x 5.4 x 0.13 in) Dimensions - flange connector: 137 x 137 x 15 mm (5.4 x 5.4 x 0.6 in) Weight: 0.11 kg (0.25 lbs) ENVIRONMENT: IP Rating: IP 62 Operating Temperature: -20˚C to +80˚C (-4˚F to +176˚F)

Vulcan RFID p11 UHF RFID Antenna (902-928 MHz) (Flange Right Ang

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