MTI RFID Developer Kits

 

Exclusively from SDG Systems, we have teamed up with MTI to simplify UHF RFID hardware and software integration. Using the MTI Spitfire 2000 or M.2 RAIN RFID hardware and the TallyFlow client software will enable companies to quickly develop RFID solutions in Rust, C, C#, Python or Java. System Integrators or Solution Providers looking for a higher level of integration can purchase additional software modules to enable Microsoft Azure™ Certified IoT or support for AMQP (using RabbitMQ™) message queue support. An optional web interface for RFID device management may be modified for branding and customer-specific requirements.

 

In addition to the rapid development platform, the software is supported and tested on a variety of hardware platforms including Windows, Linux and MacOS. The developer kit includes instructions for collecting data using a Raspberry Pi running Ubuntu Core or other Linux operating systems. The hardware developer kits may also be used to create solutions that utilize hardware modules from MTI, including the Spitfire, M200 and M.2.

Key Features

• Device Application Programming Interface (API) for Rust, C, C#, Python or Java

• Optional modules for Azure and AMQP (using RabbitMQ)
• Optional web interface for RFID device management
• Internal software communication using ZeroMQ for high flexibility

• Source code available
• Support for ShockWatch and Maxdura Thermologger RFID tags

• Prices starting at $499

Spitfire 2000 vs. M.2 Module

 

The MTI DevKits can be used in conjunction with the MTI Spitfire 2000 or M.2 modules. A brief comparison of the two modules are given below. 

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Spitfire 2000 Module

  • Four IPX connectors supporting four monostatic antennas

  • Adjustable from +10 to +31.5dBm in 0.1dB step

M.2 Module

  • One IPX 4 connector to support monostatic antenna

  • Adjustable from +10 to +27dBm in 0.1dB step

MTI-TallyFlow Datasheet