Janam Improves Supply Chain Efficiency and Reliability With Handheld RFID Reader

WOODBURY, New York – July 1, 2015 - Janam Technologies LLC, a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, today announced the launch of its XM2-RFID UHF mobile computer. With best-in-class RFID read range and accuracy, the XM2-RFID UHF is ergonomically designed to deliver business-critical enterprise features to organizations in multiple industries, including retail, transportation and logistics, manufacturing and defense.

 

The new XM2-RFID UHF fits in the palm of the hand and is optimized to meet the real-world challenges of businesses and government organizations around the world. Weighing only 13 ounces, this high-performance handheld mobile computer reads ISO18000-63, EPC Global Class 1 Gen 2 tags and is field-proven to complete more than 40,000 tag reads on one battery charge. The XM2-RFID UHF includes Zebra’s SE4500 2D imager for robust decoding of the hardest-to-read barcodes—ultimately reducing the complexity and number of devices organizations need to deploy. It also comes equipped with a brilliant 3.2-inch color display and support for Microsoft’s Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating system.

 

“As organizations look for new ways to address today’s business challenges, RFID has emerged as a viable and affordable option for applications such as cycle count and inventory management, supply chain efficiency and anti-counterfeiting of luxury goods,” said Harry B Lerner, CEO of Janam. “Janam’s XM2-RFID UHF is not only fully-featured to meet the needs of a diverse set of mobile workers, but available at a highly attractive price point for organizations focused on improving their bottom line.”

 

The XM2-RFID UHF provides the power and performance needed to cut costs, improve customer service, reduce labor and improve production throughput. It is sealed to IP64 standards and designed for all-day, every-day use in challenging environments.

 

XM2-RFID UHF Highlights:

 

» Impressively light and fits in the palm of the hand—under 13 ounces

» Powerful ARM 9 processor

» High-performance barcode scanning

» Brilliant 3.2-inch display

» Sealed to IP64 standards

» 128MB/128MB with expansion capability

» 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi

» Bluetooth

» 2880mAh hot-swappable Li-ion battery

 

About Janam

Janam Technologies LLC is a provider of rugged, handheld computing devices for mobile workers.  Janam combines deep industry knowledge with advanced technologies to deliver products and accessories that increase productivity, reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction. Specializing in purpose-built mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, Janam offers products that are designed to run mission-critical applications in retail, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing and logistics.  For more information, visit www.janam.com.

 

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