IP30 RFID Handheld Reader

The IP30 add-on passive UHF RFID handle is a cost-effective, compact handheld RFID solution for long-range applications in both industrial and enterprise environments. Use it to add mobile RFID read/write capability to the CN70/70e, CK70, CK71, or CK3X mobile computers.

The IP30 reader supports both in-premise and in-field applications, including:

  • Warehouse operations
  • Enterprise asset management
  • Retail and enterprise inventory management
  • Field service
  • Exception handling

Combine the IP30 reader with one of our powerful mobile computers for unmatched data collection and communication capabilities. Plus, combining RFID with multiple network communication options in a single handheld unit also enables pinpoint location accuracy for real-time asset, source and service tracking.


For unprecedented versatility both inside and outside of the four walls, team the IP30 reader with a 70 Series handheld computer. They combine advanced data collection methods, GPS location association, and communication via multiple network radios, including the latest cellular technologies.

Are harsh and hazardous environments making RFID one of the only viable identification and data-collection methods for you? Then team the non-incendive (NI) rated version of the IP30 reader with an NI version of the 70 Series mobile computer.

Together they provide a solution that’s certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for use in environments in the United States and Canada where gases, dusts, and fliers or fibers may be present.



Without Handheld Computer: 430 g with battery (0.95 lbs) Weight with CN70 and CK3B: 880 g with battery (1.94 lbs) Weight with CN70e and CK3X: 921 g with battery (2.03 lbs) Weight with CK70: 992 g with battery (2.19 lbs) Weight with CK71: 1.01 kg with battery (2.24 lbs)


Operating Temperature

-15°C to 50°C (5°F to 122°F)


Storage Temperature

-30°C to 70°C (-22°F to 158°F)



10 to 95% (non-condensing)


Environmental Protection: 

Enclosure: IP64 compliant



30 G, 11 ms, half sine pulse (operating)


Drop Survival: 

Withstands 4 foot drop (1.2m) 26 times to concrete



Quasi Random Vibration 17.5GRMS for 2 hours, each of three axis



Meets ETSI and FCC regional standards, and is factory configured to operate in many additional countries worldwide.


Removable Lithium–ion battery pack (2400 mAh)




RFID Frequency Ranges: 865 and 915 bands, supporting multiple regional configurations






EPCglobal UHF Gen 2, ISO 18000-6b, ISO 18000-6c