Using Multiple Antennas? Save costs with a Multiplexer

Multiplexers connect multiple antennas to a single reader port. This allows your customers to make more efficient use of expensive hardware to reduce the cost of their UHF RFID application. Do your customers require multiple antennas for their applications? Discover what a multiplexer does and how it can benefit your customers.

Choosing Between a Fixed or Handheld Reader

Choosing between a fixed vs handheld RFID reader is not always easy. Regardless of your application, it is essential to select a suitable device. Any RFID tracking system will need the same types of hardware: (1) RFID tags, (2) RFID antennas, (3) RFID readers, and (4) Software.  

What makes the A5010 the antenna of choice?

Every antenna has distinguishing characteristics, which makes selecting the right one essential. Our A5010 antenna has a high IP67 rating and is a great high gain antenna.

Get To Know George

George started with Times-7 in 2019 and said the best part about the job is working with people and collaborating with the team to find ways to approach different RFID projects.

Introducing the A5020 LX & A5020 MR

Times-7 is delighted to launch the newest members of the industry leading A5020 family of RAIN (UHF) RFID antennas.

Introducing The Connector Protector Back Plate

Some industrial applications require the antenna connector to be protected from knocks and hits due to moving machinery in the work environment. To provide that little bit of extra-ruggedness, we have designed a Connector Protection Backplate.