Handheld UHF RFID Reader

RFR901 Universal

Globally Proven Bluebird's Next-Gen RFID Solutions
New Industry-Leading Handheld RFID Reader

The Best Lightweight, Ergonomic Design for Everyone

The RFR901 weighs only 353g, which is suitable for everyone whether you are a male or a female.
Lightweight design does not strain your wrists during prolonged use and ergonomically shaped pistol grip of the RFR901 assists in correct finger placement and adaptation.

Uncomparable RFID Reading Performance

The RFR901 for S50 offers outstanding performance, read rates over 1,300 tags per second, and enables tag detection at distances over 10 meters, which provides 30% faster reading speed and a 40% longer reading range compared to other market HH Readers. Additionally, it supports batch mode for storing over 60,000 tags.

User-Friendly Programmable Trigger

It is surprisingly easy to change the trigger mode. Just click twice on the trigger button, then you could enjoy all three different modes of the reader - RFID tag reading, 1D/2D barcode scanning, and both at the same time.
With extremely convenient one trigger button operation, users will have way more high flexibility and productivity than they used to be when it comes to handling their work performance.

Flexible Mount Options for Your Convenience

The RFR901 supports Universal Mount that is designed to be attached to various types of consumer smartphones that are already used by your workers.
Also, you can choose the mount of each and every Bluebird mobile computer, including future EF/VX/HF Series and current models.



Dimensions 133.6 x 85.4 x 144.5 mm
Weight 353g
Power User replaceable Battery
Standard : 3.63V, 5,000 mAh
Extended : 7,000 mAh (Optional)
BOS™ PowerManager
RFID Performance Read Rate : 1,300+ tags/sec
Read Range : 32.8+ ft. / 10+ m.
RFID/Bluetooth EU: EN 300 328, FCC Part 15 Subpart C;
Canada: RSS-247
Drop Spec Multiple 4ft./1.5 m drops to concrete at room temperature
Tumble Spec 1000 drops (500 tumbles, 1.6 ft./0.5 m) at room temperature
* The above specification does not constitute an offer within the meaning of the law. The product specifications may vary depending on the version (sub-model) and configuration of the product.