The hardware from Redpoint RTLS system includes tags and anchors.
Redpoint provides several forms of trackable tags for different applications. Below is a comparison table of different tags and their intended applications.
|General Purpose Tag||Asset Tag|
|Max Position refreshing frequency||26HZ||26HZ||0.2HZ|
|Max Position reporting frequency||4HZ||4HZ||0.2HZ|
|Over the air firmware update||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Battery life||Active – 3 days
Idle – 20 days
|Personnel or vehicle tracking – 7 days
Asset tracking – 3 years
|Applications||Personnel location tracking||General purpose tracking – people, vehicles, assets||Asset tracking|
|Features||• Safety alerts (LED + audio)
• Text-, LED- and audio-based communication
|• Long battery life
• Low cost
• Safety alerts
• 4-pin sensor/alarm interface
|Long battery life|
|Fact Sheet||Personnel Badge||General Purpose Tag||
Tags can be customized for different form and functionality, based on the Redpoint Positioning Module and Redpoint Wireless Infrastructure Network, to take advantage of Redpoint’s low latency RTLS capabilities. Here are some examples of custom tag applications:
Redpoint provides ceiling-mounted and wall mounted anchors for different installation requirements. Both anchors are full-functioning infrastructure devices that comprise the Redpoint Wireless Infrastructure Network. Anchors can be installed to form the dynamic mesh network for seamless RTLS operation.
Flexible — The anchor can operate in several different modes to support 0D, 1D or 2D tracking, as well as simple presence detection.
PoE Powered — Ethernet provides constant DC power as well as data connectivity for anchors.
Wide Coverage — The anchor offers omnidirectional coverage of up to 50m (170ft) range for large-scale deployments.
Accurate — The anchor is able to locate tags within 20cm accuracy in 2D mode.