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RF-Embedded GmbH has developed an RFID reader for the passive ultra high frequency (UHF) radio range, which generates an energy field from electromagnetic waves. As soon as a passive UHF transponder enters the energy field, it sends the content of its memory to the relevant RFID reader.

Application robust UHF reader

We have now drawn up a list of all enclosures that are suitable for the use of smart sensors under a separate heading. Now you can find a suitable sensor enclosure even more quickly.

To ensure that the standard enclosures also meet individual customer requirements in terms of company colour, visual adaptation to the usage environment, company logo, the electronic components and cables etc., we offer a wide range of services: painting, printing, EMC aluminium vapour plating as protection from stray radiation, cutouts/openings, for example for USB/SPI/I2C/LAN connectors or control buttons. In industrial enclosures with high IP classes, the use of special pressure compensation elements is a big advantage. A partial vacuum may be created inside sealed enclosures if there is a change of temperature. Moisture and dirt particles may be sucked in, damaging the sensitive electronics. These OKW pressure compensation elements can counteract this, since they allow an especially high air flow. At the same time the innovative design provides reliable protection against dirt and, if required, is absolutely waterproof up to a pressure of 6 bar.


  • The physical world is connected to the digital world through the collection of reliable sensor data, correct evaluation or real-time analysis.
  • The collection of data through countless different sensors is highly diverse.
  • The best-known sensors are temperature, humidity and presence sensors. Energy, vibration, pressure and status sensors are used especially in machines.
  • To transfer the data, wireless networks such as GSM, LTE, BLE, WLAN, WiFi or the particularly power-saving LoRa standard are required.
  • Wireless and battery-free applications according to the EnOcean principle are also interesting for a limited range.
  • So-called APIs such as SPI, I2C, LAN, USB are necessary in the enclosures/devices.
  • These data can also be paired with weather data from the Internet; the data can be stored in suitable cloud solutions.