Honeywell IH25 RFID

RFID Handheld Reader

Honeywell’s new IH25 RFID reader, combined with RFID tagging, offers an easier solution to keep track of high moving inventory with less effort.  Retailers can count inventory in the store and warehouse 25 times faster than with barcodes, often in a matter of a few hours, enabling more frequent inventory updates and closer management of inventory levels.  Lightweight and ergonomically designed, the Honeywell IH25, paired with a Honeywell high performance mobile computer, offers best in class UHF plus 1D/2D scanning, RFID range and speed.

Industry Use:

  • Inventory Management
  • Operational Efficiencies
  • Asset Management
  • Omni-channel fulfillment
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  • High tag read rate increases efficiency and reduces costs.
  • Single charging station for Reader and Computer makes it easy and faster to charge.
  • Ergonomic, balanced design provides extended use in different usage scenarios.
  • Exceptional read range, increases productivity and decreases manual effort.
  • Large, 4000 mAH battery enables uninterrupted use over long periods.
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  • Efficient Read Rate
  • Wedge Support
  • Easy to Charge
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Large Battery Charge
  • Geiger counting

For Use With

  • EDA51
  • CT60
  • CT40 (booted and non booted)

Compatible Drivers

  • CT45
  • CT40/XP (booted and non booted)
  • EDA51/K
  • CT60/XP


  • Inventory Management
  • Operational Efficiencies
  • Asset Management
  • Omni-channel fulfillment


Overall Dimensions

  • Weight: 430g without Mobile Computer
  • Without Mobile Computer 185*77.8*147mm


RFID Frequency Band

  • US: 902-928 MHz
  • EU: 865-868 MHz

Bluetooth Specifications

  • V.5.0 DIS Profile, BAS Profile BLE
  • Bluetooth Pairing: Simple Secure Pairing


Operating Temperature

  • -10° to 40°

Operating Humidity

  • 5-95% non-condensing

Storage Temperature Range

  • -20° to 60°


Tumble Specifications

  • 1000 tumbles at 1.6ft/0.5m

Protection Ratings

  • IP54

Drop Specifications

  • Multiple 4ft/1.2m drops to concrete (0°-40°)
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