TSL Bluetooth RFID Reader Now Deployable with Tyco Retail Solutions’ Inventory Visibility

2nd September 2014


Today, TSL announced product availability of its mobile RFID reader with TrueVUE v.5.1 software from Tyco Retail Solutions (Tyco) for enhanced inventory management and powerful in-store mobility. The combined TSL and Tyco RFID retail solution empowers employees with mobile technology and functional capabilities to improve efficiency and inventory accuracy for increased store performance.

TSL’s wireless-enabled handheld readers, such as the high-performance 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader, offer cost-efficiency, ease-of-use and compatibility with a range of host devices via Bluetooth® wireless communications. These universal UHF RFID readers are ideally suited for use with Tyco’s TrueVUE v.5.1 software and allow retailers to leverage iOS-powered mobile devices already in use in the store, including the iPhone or iPod Touch, reducing costs for large scale deployment. Through centralized system deployment and increased mobility, information is delivered from the enterprise to the stores, empowering personnel to easily access information anytime, anywhere, and from any device.

Tyco-TrueVue-TSL1128“TSL’s 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader and other ASCII 2 compatible products make it easy to quickly integrate into commonly used software environments, including iOS, Android and Windows,” said Dr. David Evans, managing director of TSL. “Our versatile, universal mobile hardware solution offers a lower total cost of ownership, making it very attractive to large retailers.”

“RFID is quickly becoming a critical enabler for retail success today,” said Nancy Chisholm, President, Tyco Retail Solutions. “Through our collaboration with TSL, we are able to offer our retail customers RFID innovation for in-store mobility. Now, retailers can maximize their existing investments in cost-effective iOS devices, improve inventory availability and empower employees with actionable information to optimize the shopper experience.”