Press Release – CPR30 NFC Reader

NFC Reader

August 15th, 2012 – Toronto, ON Canada

RFID Canada – is introducing a new NFC Reader – the CPR30.

The CPR30 is NFC compliant and supports all common transponders that are ISO 15693 (18000-3m1) and ISO 14443-A/-B. The reader is suitable for NFC applications and for applications that are already based on transponders of different types and ranges or for applications requiring a new HF transponder type.

The CPR30 is powered via the USB interface. The reader has a buzzer as an acoustic signal generator. For the highest level of cryptographic security, the reader is available on demand with 2 SAM sockets.

The CPR30 is manufactured by FEIG ELECTRONIC.

About RFID Canada

RFID Canada is a technology provider.  Products include all Passive frequencies – Low (LF), High (HF) and Ultra High (UHF) as well as Active frequency.  RFID Canada is the Canadian distributor for Texas Instruments, Feig Electronic and Agrident.

RFID Canada provides the vital foundation to any RFID-based system and has been involved in successfully implementing over 200 systems globally.

RFID Canada, with its network of partners, has successfully implemented applications such as Animal Identification, Document Tracking, Traceability, Asset Tracking, Work-in-Process, Stock Replenishment, Personal Identification and Sporting Events in a wide range of industries including Agriculture, Manufacturing, Transportation, Supply Chain and Distribution, Retail, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Libraries, Government and many others.


FEIG ELECTRONIC is a German manufacturer and world leading producer of RFID readers.

OBID ® readers are in use worldwide – they are developed and marketed worldwide by FEIG ELECTRONIC.  OBID ® readers are developed according to international standards in close cooperation with all leading manufacturers of transponder chips, and support all major types of transponder.  OBID ® readers are available for all common frequencies as LF, HF and UHF.

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