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Product Information: Are you looking for a unique system to identify your PCBs and electronic devices that is fast, copy-proof, reliable, and virtually indestructible? Are you tired of fighting with illegible EAN codes, ripped-off labels, and product piracy?

Beta LAYOUT has the perfect solution: MAGIC-PCB, the RFID PCB identification system. Imagine your bare PCB could “invisibly” contain the board revision, bill of materials, firmware version, documentation link, schematics and layout file, date code, and manufacturing plant information without using any space.

MAGIC-PCB RFID tags are embedded into PCBs at an early stage of PCB production. Use this exciting technology in your product design cycle to authenticate, track, and protect your product. For more information, visit www.pcb-pool.com/ppus/info_pcbpool_rfid.html.

Beta LAYOUT also offers the UHF RFID Kit, an ideal tool to research RFID technology without major investment. The kit costs $385 and includes a write-read module with a USB port, a USB cable (to the PC), antennas for medium/long range and short range, a connecting cable antenna to the write-read module, a MAGIC PCB with an embedded RFID chip, four mini PCBs with RFID chips (different ranges), and RFID chips for different antenna designs. The reader can bulk read up to 255 transponders. For more information, visit www.beta-estore.com/rkus/index.html.

Exclusive Offer: A discount will be offered to Circuit Cellar readers who purchase a UHF RFID starter kit. For more information, contact Tony Shoot [email protected].

Beta LAYOUT
965 Eubanks Drive, Suite 1B,
Vacaville, CA 95688

www.magic-pcb.com

Contact: Tony Shoot – [email protected]


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