RFR-IMS provides our customers the ability to easily configure and set up an RFID system using the Zone Manager web front-end in a matter of hours versus days, weeks or months. No need to hire expensive consultants, and purchase hardware and software from different vendors. Everything you need is developed by RFRain and is available in a box. The RFR-IMS is the first RFID solution that can be self installed.
RFRain reader tailored for passive RAIN applications with support for up to 2 antennas
RFRain Gateway consolidates comms w/ our Readers, hosts browser based ZM SW & database info either locally or in the cloud
RFRain’s Zone Manager provides a web-based GUI supporting powerful config. & monitoring capabilities for small std-alone systems
IP67 qualified antennas guaranteed to work with RFRain’s Readers and capable of being installed in almost any inside or outside environment.
RFRain provides a sampling of tags to identify asset, location, health and status.
- Scan your inventory in seconds at specified location.
- Traditional barcode readers require you to make direct contact with every tag. RFID reads the entire set of assets simultaneously with greater accuracy over standard bar code readers.
- You can easily interface with the RFRain database and your ERP systems. In fact, the RFRain solution is specifically designed to allow customers to use the data from the Zone Manager easily and efficiently.
- Receive an alert via text message or email based on a customer’s rule. For example, receive an alert when a tag goes missing or an asset has expired.
- Connect to the Zone Manager using WIFI, Lan, or a Cellular connection.
- Setup the entire RFRain system using your favorite browser.
- No software to install.
- 60 day 100% money back guaranteed.
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RFRain developed the first to market, plug and play end-to-end system of hardware and software that collects data received from RFID tags or sensors and manages the analytics within the cloud.
Voted Top 10 Asset Management Solution 2018 by CIO Magazine