Chainway has officially released a new generation of handheld UHF RFID reader, C5 recently. With more powerful UHF performance, a more rugged body design, and higher security and reliability, this handheld reader can help users take efficiency to a whole new level.
Recently, in order to meet the application needs of niche markets, Chainway released two new RFID products – the SR160 UHF scanner with powerful UHF and 2D capabilities and the R1 UHF/HF RFID card issuer with excellent HF and UHF performance.
Recently, the Guiyang Motor Vehicle Driving Training Industry Association has publicly tendered for the "Guiyang Motor Vehicle Driver Training Timing Equipment Selection Project". The competition was fierce. Chainway eventually won the project to provide 4,500 V600S vehicle computers for Guiyang Motor Vehicle Driving Training Industry Association to support the standardization, efficiency and intellectualization of Guiyang driver training and driving school management.
On March 19th, the Belgrade-Novi Sad section in Serbia from the Serbian capital, Belgrade to the north-central city, Novi Sad of the Belgrade-Budapest railway was opened for operation, which means that the Chainway C75 Mobile Computer with Printer was also brought into service to support the efficient and smart operation of the Belgrade-Novi Sad section of the Belgrade-Budapest railway.
From 16th to 18th December, 2021, the India Warehousing Show (IWS) was held in New Delhi, India. In the midst of the pandemic, leveraging the advantages of its local Indian subsidiary, Chainway brought with the latest and most versatile mobile computers, which attracted a lot of visits and discussion.
Chainway, introduced an Impinj E510-based handheld RFID reader - Chainway C66 Built-in RFID Reader, which was designed for a wide range of medium-range RFID application scenarios.
Recently, Chainway's mobile family based on the latest Android 11.0 operating system, C71 and C72, has been officially certified by Google's GMS. Together with previously GMS-certified C66/C61/C6000/C90/P80 series, this latest addition to the GMS certification means our customers can now choose from all these devices and enjoy seamless google mobile services, get OTA updates, security patches to ensure proper system firmware function.
From October 23rd to 25th 2021, the 16th International Internet of Things Exhibition ( IOTE ® 2021) Shenzhen stop was held at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center. Chainway presented the latest generation UHF RFID products and the whole line of upgraded mobile computers, bringing innovative power to the advancement in digitization applications in the industry.
Chainway has upgraded its full line of UHF RFID products. They have been developed based on the latest generation of Impinj's high performing E710, E510, and E310 RAIN RFID reader chips. The new product line is equipped with stronger UHF read / write performance, lower power consumption and smaller sizes. They can meet the requirements of high sensitivity, long distance, high accuracy and high speed in even the most demanding applications.
June 16, 2021 - , Chainway, a long-term Impinj Gold partner, has been working very closely with Impinj to design and develop a wide range of high-performance RFID modules and devices. Recently, Impinj, a leading provider and pioneer of RAIN RFID solutions, officially announced its next generation of RAIN RFID reader chips.
This year, OCTRON showcased the products from the leading manufacturers of automatic identification & data collection equipment, which have been added to the product portfolio it promotes in the Russian market.
15th IOTE 2021 International Internet of Things Exhibition was successfully held between 21-23 April 2021 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Hall. Chainway showcased the latest industrial-grade smart terminals and introduced two new RFID devices URA4 and MR20. These two products also Won awards. During the exhibition, an innovative application forum was held that interact with the industry audience about the development and application trend of the future terminal devices.