The data collector is automated equipment that can collect and process data in real-time on-site. It provides a guarantee for the authenticity, validity, real-time, and availability of field data.

Namely batch data collector, industrial data collector, or RFID data collector.

Batch data collector

Work offline, after the batch data collector, communicate with the computer through a USB cable or a serial data cable.

The data collector is equipped with an embedded operating system (researched and developed independently by various manufacturers and not compatible with each other), and the application program needs to be independently developed on the operating system.

The collector has an independent built-in memory, display, and power supply.

At present, this kind of data collector has been seldom used, mainly because of the lack of data processing ability and mobile working ability (only wired connection with computer via USB).

Industrial data collector

The data collector is constantly connected to the local application software database through the wireless network (WIFI, GPRS, or Bluetooth), and the data is updated from time to time.

The data collector is equipped with a WINCE, windows mobile or android operating system, and a built-in wireless communication module (WIFI, GPRS, or Bluetooth). The industrial data collector adopts a high-performance laser scanning engine and a high-speed CPU processor and has the capabilities of waterproof, drop-proof, and pressure-resistant.

The collector has an independent built-in memory, display, and power supply.

RFID data collector

RFID Data Collector Industrial-grade RFID data collector has a durable design and excellent performance. The additional RFID reader engine can achieve faster-reading speed and greater throughput.

The new ground-breaking azimuth insensitive antenna makes it an extremely flexible and versatile device, which can be easily handled in various customer-oriented environments such as retail stores, medical institutions, and offices.