NBL-3 wireless RFID reader with Bluetooth

Bluetooth RFID reader supporting MIFARE® Classic, DESFire transponders, operating at a frequency of 13.56 MHz.

Powered by two AAA batteries, it enables remote operation even up to two years.

The reader has built-in sensors: temperature, humidity, magnetic field, light and low battery voltage.

Additionally, the reader has two built-in function buttons and two LEDs.

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Operating frequency 13,56MHz
Supported standards MIFARE® Classic
Interface Bluetooth
Supply voltage two AAA batteries
Sensor Humidity
Low battery voltage
Magnetic field
Operating temperature -20ºC to +70ºC
Size (mm) 58 x 99 x 19
Type RFID reader


Botland B. Derkacz Sp. j.

Gola 25A
63-640 Bralin
  • 62 593 10 54
  • biuro@botland.com.pl
Gamma Sp. z o.o.

Gamma Sp. z o.o.

Kacza 6A
01-013 Warszawa
  • 22 862 75 00
  • info@gamma.pl
Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp. z o.o.

Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp. z o.o.

Ustronna 41
93-350 Łódź
  • 42 645 55 55
  • dso@tme.pl
SOS electronic s.r.o.

SOS electronic s.r.o.

Pri prachárni 16
040 11 Košice
  • sales@soselectronic.com

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