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  1. 1. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Passive RFID Ordering Guide Contract Number: W 91QUZ -08-D-0034 POC: Harold Goldzung ODIN technologies 21631 Red Rum Drive Suite 165 Ashburn, VA, 20147 703-796-1964 hgoldzung@odintechnologies.com 1 w w w . o d iDCN:hW91QUZ-002.2 ntec nologies.com
  2. 2. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 List of Changes Revision Date Change Author 1.0 12/10/08 Draft H. Goldzung 2.0 4/28/09 Revised Layout and Content per H. Goldzung Government feedback 2 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  3. 3. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Contents Contract Overview ................................................................................................................... 5 1 Ordering Procedures ........................................................................................................11 1.1 ...... Introduction .............................................................................................................. 11 1.2 ...... Authorized Ordering Offices ..................................................................................... 11 1.2.1 Central Ordering Processing Offices (COPO) (Govt to provide) ...................... 11 1.2.2 Unique Control Number (UCN) ....................................................................... 11 1.3 ...... Delivery/Purchase Card Orders/Task Orders ........................................................... 11 1.3.1 Order Completion ............................................................................................ 12 1.4 ...... Ordering Period ....................................................................................................... 13 1.4.1 Ordering Time Limitations ............................................................................... 13 1.5 ...... Pricing ..................................................................................................................... 13 1.6 ...... Inspection, Acceptance and Receipt ........................................................................ 14 2 Hardware............................................................................................................................15 2.1 ...... Fixed RFID Reader .................................................................................................. 15 2.2 ...... Handheld RFID Reader ........................................................................................... 17 Features ..................................................................................................................... 17 2.3 ...... General Purpose RFID Tags ................................................................................... 22 2.4 ...... RFID Label Printer ................................................................................................... 23 3 Recommended Equipment Configurations .....................................................................25 3.1 ...... Fixed RFID Reader .................................................................................................. 25 3.2 ...... Hand Held RFID Reader .......................................................................................... 25 3.3 ...... RFID Label Printer ................................................................................................... 25 4 Software .............................................................................................................................26 4.1 ...... Application Development Software .......................................................................... 26 Loftware Print Server® ...........................................................................................................26 5 Technical Engineering Services (TES) ............................................................................28 5.1 ...... Introduction .............................................................................................................. 28 5.1.1 Task Order-Technical Engineering Services ................................................... 28 5.1.2 Travel. ............................................................................................................. 28 5.1.3 TES Trip Report. ............................................................................................. 28 5.1.4 Software Development Services. .................................................................... 28 5.2 ...... INSTALLATION / DE-INSTALLATION / RELOCATION. .......................................... 29 5.2.1 Installation/De-installation/Relocation. ............................................................. 29 5.2.2 Installation/De-installation. .............................................................................. 29 5.2.3 Relocation of Passive RFID EPC Components. .............................................. 29 5.2.4 Installation Plans. ............................................................................................ 29 5.3 ...... CONTRACT SUPPORT PERSONNEL .................................................................... 30 6 Training ..............................................................................................................................31 6.1 ...... Target Audiences and Areas ................................................................................... 31 6.2 ...... Multimedia Training ................................................................................................. 31 6.2.1 Draft MMTP .................................................................................................... 31 6.2.2 Training Deliverables ...................................................................................... 32 7 Warranty Support ..............................................................................................................33 7.1 ...... Warranty Status Report and Format ........................................................................ 33 7.1.1 Warranty Mail-In/Carry-In Procedures ............................................................. 33 7.1.2 Warranty Replacement Parts .......................................................................... 33 8 Maintenance Support ........................................................................................................34 3 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  4. 4. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 8.1 ...... Introduction .............................................................................................................. 34 8.2 ...... Maintenance Procedures ......................................................................................... 34 8.3 ...... Maintenance Types ................................................................................................. 34 8.3.1 Mail-In Maintenance ........................................................................................ 34 8.3.2 On-Call Maintenance ...................................................................................... 34 8.4 ...... Maintenance Records .............................................................................................. 34 8.4.1 Equipment Return and Tracking ...................................................................... 34 8.5 ...... Repair Center Hours of Operation ........................................................................... 34 8.5.1 Transportation ................................................................................................. 34 8.5.2 Packaging ....................................................................................................... 34 8.5.3 Maintenance Replacement Parts .................................................................... 35 8.5.4 Preventative Maintenance ............................................................................... 35 8.6 ...... Ordering Maintenance ............................................................................................. 35 9 CLIN List and Prices .........................................................................................................36 4 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  5. 5. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 CONTRACT OVERVIEW General Information about Passive RFID Passive RFID technology consists of small inexpensive tags that contain a microchip and an antenna. The tag design is a major factor in determining how well the tag can be read from a distance and how sensitive it is to orientation. Passive RFID tags do not have a battery. The tags receive power from a reader that has output in a single direction. The power from the reader energizes the tag, closes a circuit in the tag, and communicates the tag data back to the reader. Passive RFID tags are small, inexpensive, low-data capacity devices. The Department of Defense passive RFID standard is the EPC Class 1, Generation 2 tag with 96 Bits of readable data. The Gen 2 passive RFID is durable and long lasting. The tags may be encoded with an ISO approved DoD format Electronic Product Code (EPC) that allows the tag to be universally used as a license plate device within the DoD. The passive RFID tag is attached to material at the item, case, and carton or pallet level, and must be associated to the material in a data base. An Advance Shipping Notice (ASN) is used to transmit this association throughout the supply chain. The passive RFID short read range of around 12 feet offers the capability of a wireless bar code that has a variety of potential applications in military supply, maintenance, and distribution. Passive RFID readers require between 3 and 5 Watts of power in order to modulate the signal back to the reader from the tag. Power, frequency, and tag design are key characteristics that determine the read range of a passive RFID tag. Passive RFID solutions consist of the ASN, door portals or tunnels consisting of several passive RFID readers, table readers, or handheld (mobile) readers, connected to an automation system. When the tagged material passes through the portal or in proximity to the reader, all the tags within the reader environment may be read and processed into the automation system. Often a middle-ware is used to manage the readers and report the tags to the automation system. The ASN is provided by the origin of the shipment and identifies the specific materiel that each passive RFID tag is attached. Passive RFID tags come in many shapes and sizes, each designed for optimal performance in a specific environment. Benefits of passive tags include the ability to: read a large number of tags simultaneously, achieve better accuracy from the unique unambiguous tag serial numbers, store items for long periods and still read the tags, track items in crowded places, and find missing or misplaced items more quickly. The hierarchy of item, case/carton, and pallet level tags adds visibility to the supply chain. When used with other forms of AIT, passive RFID tags complete the first 3 shipping layers in the DoD supply chain. For the pRFID contract, ODIN technologies has assembled the finest tags, readers, printer and software to allow for premiere RFID solutions whether large or small. All are approved for DoD and US Government employment. ODIN technologies: ODIN Team Partners: For the pRFID contract, ODIN technologies has assembled a team of large and small subcontractors with extensive experience in the delivery of cost-effective equipment and RFID solutions to the Army as well as to a broad spectrum of both government and commercial customers. 5 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  6. 6. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Sirit’s EPC certified RFID readers provide unparalleled flexibility in supporting multiple tag protocols, multi-regional regulatory compliance, and programmability for a multitude of EPC applications environments. IBM RFID Services can help you define a strategy for, plan, design, integrate, implement, and manage your radio frequency identification (RFID) environment — increasing productivity and reducing costs by providing line of business executives with improved visibility to assets, inventory, and finished products. OATSystems has helped over 100 companies take advantage of RFID to streamline operations, enhance customer satisfaction, and increase bottom line results. OAT is the recognized RFID solution leader with software that empowers businesses to achieve a competitive advantage and ROI from RFID. Intermec’s CK61 handheld reader gives logisticians the ability to capture a comprehensive range of data — from RFID tags and bar codes to images — with this flexible multi-function RFID handheld reader, which reads data in remote areas where fixed RFID readers can't reach. The Zebra RZ400 is a UHF RFID Gen 2 midrange printer/encoder offering rugged, all-metal construction, high reliability, and broad functionality at a competive price point. SRA is dedicated to solving complex problems of global significance for clients in national security, civil government, and global health. Experience includes three decades serving these clients. The RAFLATEC DogBone is an all-round product for global Supply Chain Management suitable for pallets, cases, and item-level use. Key features: Designed for corrugated materials and plastics, Walmart/DoD/METRO Group compliant inlay, typically converted into 4‖x6‖ paper labels. Unisys helps you secure your business operations so you can better focus on opportunities. We do it by creating visibility throughout all layers of your enterprise: exposing cause-and-effect6 relationships DCN: W91QUZ-002.2 between strategy, business processes, applications and infrastructure.
  7. 7. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 When it comes to Supply Chain Management, Inventory Management, and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology, KTS Solutions has the right innovations with proven methodologies that will streamline your business processes. Loftware’s label designer comes standard with everything you will need to create quality barcode and RFID smart labels. Designing labels is intuitive due to Loftware’s graphical interface design tool. Team ODIN provides the responsiveness and agility of a small business and the best of breed information technology services of leading large businesses. We offer:  A strong, experienced RFID services prime contractor with successful management experience on over 250 large, multi-contractor, performance-based contracts and projects  Proven track record in effectively managing DoD and Commercial performance-based contract vehicles to deliver responsive solutions to a broad range of diverse customers  World class information technology subcontractors with in depth understanding of PM-JAIT transformation requirements and breadth and depth across all pRFID task areas  A team with national and international presence and demonstrated success in providing customer focused enterprise solutions to PM J-AIT and DoD requirements Team ODIN provides proven technology processes and tools to deliver value-added services. We offer:  Delivery of improved, lower cost IT services based on successful initiatives to consolidate servers and standardized desktops, and implement performance-driven SLAs  Integrated user environments that leverage Active Directory and advanced knowledge management applications and tools to enhance information sharing  Innovative application of leading edge technologies and business case analyses that have proven effective in reducing life cycle costs Team ODIN provides management processes and a responsive organization to deliver customer satisfaction to the full spectrum of Army enterprise customers. We offer:  A Quality Management System that supports successful performance by focusing staff on measuring, checking, and continuously improving service delivery processes  A dedicated Performance Management Office with knowledgeable leaders to work closely with PM J-AIT users to deliver responsive, cost-effective support  A pRFID Web portal and electronic Management Information System to facilitate task initiation, monitor performance, control costs, and reduce administrative burden This assembled Team of world-class contractors, with intimate understanding of DoD’s pRFID strategy and implementation requirements, provides the experience across all pRFID task areas 7 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  8. 8. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 that will allow it to successfully accomplish the DoD and PM J-AIT CONOPS as well as your particular objectives. • IBM Corporation www.ibm.com • KTS Solutions Inc www.ktssolutions.com • Loftware, Inc www.loftware.com • Intermec www.intermec.com • Oat Systems www.oatsystems.com • Sirit Inc www.sirit.com • SRA International, Inc www.sra.com • Unisys www.unisys.com • UPM Raflatac www.upmraflatac.com • Zebra Technologies www.zebra.com Contract Number W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Scope Passive Radio Frequency Identification (pRFID) Electronic Product Code (EPC) Class 1, Gen 2 (and when available Class 2, Gen 2) hardware, software, documentation, and incidental services (i.e., warranty, maintenance, training, and technical engineering services) for DoD and U.S. Coast Guard and, other federal agencies, NATO, Coalition Partners, and other Foreign Military Sales. Contract Type Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract Contract Period October 6, 2008 – October 5, 2011 Option, if exercised: October 6, 2011 - October 5, 2014 Geographic Scope of the Contract Delivery and installation of hardware and software at all requisite Government sites within the Continental United States (CONUS) and outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) Delivery Order Limitations (US$) Minimum Single Order…$50 Maximum Contract……..$72M Contact Information Telephone: PM: Harold Goldzung 703-968-0000 or 866-787-RFID (7343) hgoldzung@odintechnologies.com DoD Solutions: Rick Hyde, 703-547-2188 rhyde@odintechnologies.com Contracts: Mike Ludwig, 703-574-2190, mludwig@odintechnologies.com Web Site: www.odintechnologies.com Office THE GOVERNMENT WILL PROVIDE: U. S. Army (includes U.S. Coast Guard and other DoD Agencies) 8 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  9. 9. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 TBD by PM J-AIT TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Air Force TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Navy TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Marine Corps TBD by PM J-AIT Office Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Warranty Three (3) years from date of shipment or as specified for individual CLIN number FOB Point unless Delivery/Task Order states otherwise FOB Origin Performance Schedule Equipment and Software Delivery CONUS: 45 days from order date for all equipment orders Payment Net 30 from date of invoice No prompt payment or quantity discounts Ordering Guide ODIN technologies ATTN: Harold Goldzung 21631 Red Rum Drive Suite 165 Ashburn, VA 20147 Telephone: 703-968-0000 FAX: 703-456-0148 Online Ordering Guide website: www.odintechnologies.com Warranty The Contractor warrants and implies that the items delivered hereunder are merchantable and fit for use for the particular purpose described in this contract. Point of Contact – Program Offices (THE GOVERNMENT WILL PROVIDE) TBD by PM J-AIT Office U. S. Army (includes U.S. Coast Guard and other DoD Agencies) Office TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Air Force TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Navy TBD by PM J-AIT Office US Marine Corps TBD by PM J-AIT Office Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Insurance 9 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  10. 10. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 In accordance with the clause "Insurance - Work on a Government Installation (Jan 1997)(FAR 52.228.5)" and this schedule, the Contractor shall acquire and maintain during the entire performance period of this contract insurance of at least the following kinds and minimum amounts set forth below: Workman's Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance in accordance with the amounts specified by the laws of the states in which the work is to be performed under this contract. In the absence of such state laws, an amount of $100,000 shall be required and maintained. General Liability Insurance: Bodily injury liability in the minimum amount of $500,000 per occurrence. Automobile Liability Insurance in the amount of $200,000 per person and $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and $20,000 per occurrence for property damage. 10 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  11. 11. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 1 ORDERING PROCEDURES 1.1 Introduction The supplies and services are to be delivered to, or performed at, locations worldwide for Department of Defense (DoD) agencies and the Coast Guard. The equipment and services available for order are: • Hardware products • Installation services • End-user training • Technical support 1.2 Authorized Ordering Offices Need input regarding ordering procedures for equipment and services processed through these entities (if they exist). 1.2.1 Central Ordering Processing Offices (COPO) (Govt to provide) 1.2.1.1 U.S. Army (Includes U.S. Coast Guard and other DoD Agencies) 1.2.1.2 US Air Force 1.2.1.3 US Navy 1.2.1.4 US Marine Corps 1.2.1.5 Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) 1.2.2 Unique Control Number (UCN) Need details about UCN and its structure 1.3 Delivery/Purchase Card Orders/Task Orders The contractor will deliver hardware and software items to the destination specified in the order within 45 days after date of order for all orders (SF 1449). However, see FAR Clause 52.211-15, Defense Priority and Allocation Requirements, under the heading "Clauses Incorporated by Reference". The Contracting Officer issuing the order may arrange for a longer delivery period. Partial delivery is authorized, unless specified otherwise on the Delivery Order. The period of performance is stated on each Task Order for Technical Engineering Services, 11 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  12. 12. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Training Services, and Maintenance Services. Orders are mailed or notice of award furnished to contractor no later than date of order (FAR 11.403). All delivery and performance schedules include the three-day Contractor review time for acceptance or rejection of orders. Ordering is decentralized, with orders being placed by any authorized Contracting Officer or purchase cardholder supporting the Department of Defense, the United States Coast Guard (CG), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Coalition Partners, other Foreign Military Sales (FMS), and other Federal agencies. All Delivery Orders, Purchase Card Orders, and Task Orders are subject to the terms and conditions of this contract. The contract controls in the event of conflict with any delivery order or task order. 1.3.1 Order Completion An SF 1449 or Purchase Card form is issued for each order. In addition to any other data that may be called for in the contract, the following information must be specified in each order as applicable: 1. Date of order 2. Contract and order number NOTE: Delivery Order numbering is in accordance with DFARS 204.7004 – Only the issuing office (ACA-ITEC4) is authorized to use the numbers 0001-9999. 3. Point of contact (name), commercial telephone and facsimile number, and e-mail address 4. Ordering Contracting Officer's commercial telephone number and e-mail address 5. Description of the supplies to be provided, quantity, and unit price (to include the contract line item number (CLIN) and/or subcontract line item number (SLIN) from Schedule of Supplies/Services. DFAS needs the CLIN/SLIN numbers to be reflected on the SF 1449s (or purchase card form) in order to do initial entry of orders into their automated payment system. When the Contractor submits a request for payment, DFAS compares the request for payment of CLIN/SLINs with the order CLIN/SLINs. Use of item numbers in Block 19 on the SF 1449 and not CLIN/SLIN numbers will result in payment delays and excessive administrative costs to both the Contractor and the Government). 6. Delivery date for supplies and performance period for services (See Delivery Requirements, Part C-1-1.) 7. Address of place of delivery or performance to include consignee 8. Packaging, packing, and shipping instructions 9. Accounting and appropriation data and Contract Accounting Classification Reference Number (ACRN. (DFAS requires an ACRN(s) on all orders.) 10. Invoice and payment instructions to the extent not covered by the contract 11. Orders for known Foreign Military Sales requirements shall clearly be marked ―FMS requirement‖ on the face of the order, along with the FMS customer and the case identifier code. 12 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  13. 13. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 12. If an Army order, a completed copy of the Army Electronic Invoicing Instructions contained in Part C-1-1. 13. Any other pertinent information. Each Delivery Order and Task Order issued under this contract via appropriate form in compliance with FAR 12.204 is forwarded to the appropriate Service/Agency Centralized Order Processing Office (COPO) for verification and validation. All U.S. Marine Corps Purchase Card Orders for $25,000 or more are submitted to the appropriate COPO for verification and validation. All other Service/Agency purchase card orders are processed in accordance with the Service/Agency procedures. The COPOs assigns a unique control number (UCN) as designated by the Product Manager – Joint Automatic Identification Technology (PM J-AIT) to each delivery order and task order for tracking purposes only. The COPOs forwards the order to the Contractor. Distribution of orders is made by the contract ordering offices, in accordance with FAR 4.2, DFARS 204.2, and agency procedures. Issuance of an order is defined as the date order is awarded (see also Delivery Requirements in Part C-1-1). 1.4 Ordering Period All ordering after the Base Period is subject to the Government's Option to Extend the Term of the Contract. Also, any period during which there is a suspension of performance as a result of a bid protest does not constitute part of the Ordering Period. The contract life is seventy-two (72) months, 6 October 2008 through 5 October 2011, subject to Government exercise of all options to renew the term of the contract. 1.4.1 Ordering Time Limitations The range of time that supplies and services may be ordered is under the following limitations. 1.4.1.1 Hardware, Software and Documentation Hardware, software and documentation are ordered for 36 months from the date specified in the written notice to proceed. 1.4.1.2 Training Training, if required, is ordered for 36 months from the date specified in the written notice to proceed. 1.4.1.3 Technical Engineering Services Technical engineering services, if required, are ordered for 36 months from the date specified in the written notice to proceed. 1.4.1.4 Maintenance Maintenance is ordered from the date the warranty expires through the remaining life of the contract. 1.4.1.5 Consumables Consumables are ordered for 36 months from the date specified in the written notice to proceed. 1.5 Pricing Prices are listed in Section 9 in the CLIN list for each contract year. 13 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  14. 14. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 1.6 Inspection, Acceptance and Receipt The Contractor will only tender for acceptance those items that conform to the requirements of this contract. The Government reserves the right to inspect or test any supplies or services that have been tendered for acceptance. The Government may require repair or replacement of nonconforming supplies or re-performance of nonconforming services at no increase in contract price. If repair/replacement or re-performance will not correct the defects or is not possible, the Government may seek an equitable price reduction or adequate consideration for acceptance of nonconforming supplies or services. The Government must exercise its post-acceptance rights within a reasonable time after the defect was discovered or should have been discovered; and before any substantial change occurs in the condition of the item, unless the change is due to the defect in the item. 14 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  15. 15. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 2 HARDWARE 2.1 Fixed RFID Reader Fixed Reader CLIN 0001AA Sirit INfinity™ 510 UHF Reader The Sirit INfinity 510 UHF reader provides maximum flexibility in configuring your item tracking applications to read large numbers of tags at distance. EPC certified reader provides unparalleled flexibility in supporting multiple tag protocols, multi-regional regulatory compliance, and programmability for a multitude of EPC applications environments. In addition to its superior performance, the INfinity 510 RFID reader is well-known for its multi- protocol agility, multi-regional flexibility, and programmability. The INfinity 510 reads all EPC compliant tags, and is backed by industry certifications of interoperability and compliance with industry standards. Supporting the worldwide movement to Gen 2 technology, the INfinity 510 redefines the state-of the-art for RFID readers. This powerful UHF reader system is designed for enterprise class applications and features best-in-class air interface performance. In addition, the robust, software radio-based architecture provides a rich application platform that addresses the needs of today’s deployments and ensures that future features and capabilities can be added as RFID technology evolves in the future. Includes Reader 2 mono-static antennas Easy Reader and Easy Monitor Device Software for testing and Monitoring LMR 240 antenna cabling Power Supply Frequency Supported UHF 860 MHz to 969 MHz 15 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  16. 16. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Operating Modes Single Interrogator Multiple Interrogator Dense Interrogator Communication 10/100 Ethernet Port Serial Port EIA/TIA-232-F 115 k Baud with hardware handshaking (RTS/CTS), DCD GPIO Digital Input/Output Port 4-optically coupled inputs, 25v max. Controllable input reference 4- open-collector outputs, 3-40v, 100mA max, 1w max RF Power +30 dBm, conducted (FCC) Input Power 12 to 24 Vdc (13w at idle;34W typical (40W max) at max RF Power) 85 to 265 Vac, 50-60 Hz (optional) Antenna Connection 4-RP-TNC connections (reverse polarity) Fifth RP-TNC connection for LBT functionality LED Indicators Sense, Transmit, Fault and Power Upgradeable Firmware Yes Operating Temperature -20° C to 60° C (-7 F° to 140° F) Relative Humidity 5 to 95%, non condensing Dimension 22.0 x 30.0 x 5.6 cm (8.66 x 11.81 x 2.20 in.) Weight 3.0 kg (6.5 lbs) Case Material Aluminum Mounting Kit for Fixed Reader CLIN 0001AB (ODIN EasyRack) Successfully Deployed in 71 DLA Distribution Centers throughout the United States 16 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  17. 17. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 2.2 Handheld RFID Reader Handheld Reader CLIN 0002AA, INTERMEC CK61 Handheld RFID Reader Features  Rugged design offers years of reliable service  Choice of Windows® CE 5.0 or Windows Mobile® 5.0 operating system  Optional 128MB RAM, 64MB RAM standard  128MB of non-volatile storage protects valuable data  QVGA display with touch screen enables both text-based and graphical interface applications  Choice of advanced, integrated Intermec imaging technologies  Cisco® Compatible 802.11a/b/g radio with choices of industry standard wireless security protocols Product Overview Intermec’s CK61 mobile computer provides everything required by the most demanding environments; a rugged design, all-day battery capacity, next generation processor technologies, and non-volatile storage combine to provide years of reliable service. The Intermec CK61 does it all. Rugged, Tested Design The CK61 utilizes a magnesium top cover and tough rubber bumpers at each corner to achieve extremely rugged environmental specifications. To ensure years of trouble-free service, the case is sealed against water and dust to IP64 standards and can withstand repeated 6’ drops. Data Storage Onboard non-volatile memory called persistent storage, preserves applications and databases even if the batteries become depleted. An additional 128MB persistent storage, an exclusive feature of the CK61, enables storage of large enterprise databases and applications. The CK60 17 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  18. 18. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 also offers an SDIO card slot supporting removable storage cards, which allows easy recovery of data from a damaged unit or even more onboard capacity for the largest databases. Choice of Operating System The CK61 is available with either Microsoft® Windows CE 5.0 or Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 software for Pocket PC. Microsoft Windows CE provides significant flexibility to those customers who wish to control the user experience; Microsoft Windows Mobile offers a standard platform which can easily be applied across the enterprise. Both operating systems are supported by advanced software development tools as well as Intermec’s Developer Library, providing easy integration of unique hardware capabilities into custom applications. Easy, Comfortable Operation The QVGA resolution display features a touch screen, allowing the CK61 to run both text-based and graphical interface applications. Mobile workers are able to quickly enter large amounts of data using the numeric keypad featuring large, easy-to-use keys and excellent tactile feel. Suitable for both one- and two-handed input, the keypad is designed to last the life of the unit. Flexible Compatibility The CK61 provides multiple ways in which data may be exchanged between the handheld computer and other devices. High-speed Ethernet, USB Host and Client, and RS232 serial connections are standard on every unit, as is Bluetooth® wireless personal area communications. The CK61 may be optionally equipped with a Cisco Compatible, WiFi-certified 802.11a/b/g radio for local area wireless communications. INTERMEC IP30 Handle (Included in CLIN with CK61 reader) The Intermec IP30 add-on passive UHF RFID handle is a cost-effective, compact, EPCglobal- certified solution for adding mobile RFID read/write capability to Intermec’s latest generation of mobile computers including the CN3, CN3e, CK61, CK61ex, and CK3. The modularity of the IP30 and the RFID-readiness of the Intermec CK61 reader mean the power of RFID can be literally added in a snap today or at any point in the future to support both in-premise and in-field applications such as warehouse operations, enterprise asset management, in-transit-visibility, direct store delivery and exception handling. 18 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  19. 19. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Includes Intermec CK61 Handheld Reader 2 Sets of Rechargeable Batteries AC Adapter Software Documentation Intermec IP30A, 915MHz, ROHS, Class 1 Gen 2 Multiprotocol Reader Software and Documentation Frequency Supported UHF 915 MHz Operating System Win Mobile 5.0 Keypad 128 Key Alphanumeric Air Interface UHF Class 1 Gen 2 RF Power -1 W (4W EIRP) Read Range 6.09 cm to 304.8 cm (0.2 ft to 10 ft) Write Range 30.5 cm to 60.9 cm ( 1 ft to 2 ft) Operating Temp CK61: -4° F to +122° F IP30: 32° F to 122° F Environmental Protection IP64 compliant Drop Survival IP61: Multiple 6 ft drops to steel or concrete IP30: 26 4 ft drops to concrete Radio Wireless LAN 802.11a,b,g Bluetooth Class 1 Non-Incendive Class 1 – Div 2 Groups A,B,C,D Class 2 – Div 2 Groups F,G Class 3 – Div 2 , T4 (Pending) Antenna Linear Polarized 19 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  20. 20. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Rechargeable Battery for INTERMEC CK61 CLIN 0002AB Battery Charger Intermec CK61 CLIN 0002AC Hands Free Carrying Device (Holster) for Handheld RFID CLIN 0002AD AC Adapter for IP30 CLIN 0002AE 20 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  21. 21. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Rechargeable Battery for IP30 CLIN 0002AF Battery Charger for IP30 CLIN 0002AG Power Supply for IP30 Battery Charger CLIN 0002AH Power Cord CLIN 0002AJ Power Supply for CK61 Charger CLIN 0002AK 21 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  22. 22. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 Power Cord CLIN 0002AL 2.3 General Purpose RFID Tags 4”x 2” General Purpose Tag CLIN 0010AA Protocol: EPC Class 1 Gen 2 Operating Frequency: Global 860-960 MHz Antenna size: 3.7‖ x 0.9‖ Key Features:  General purpose high-end product for global Supply Chain Management. Best suited for pallets, cases and item-level use.  Optimized for corrugated, plastic and highly detuning materials.  Wal-Mart, DoD, and METRO Group compliant inlay  Global top-performer  96-bit EPC Memory 22 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  23. 23. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 4”x6” General Purpose Tag CLIN 0010CA Protocol: EPC Class 1 Gen 2 Operating Frequency: Global 860-960 MHz Antenna size: 3.7‖ x 0.9‖ Key Features:  General purpose high-end product for global Supply Chain Management. Best suited for pallets, cases and item-level use.  Optimized for corrugated, plastic and highly detuning materials.  Wal-Mart, DoD, and METRO Group compliant inlay  Global top-performer  96-bit EPC Memory 2.4 RFID Label Printer Thermal Transfer Printer CLIN 0015AA Zebra RZ400 CLIN 0015AA The RZ400 offers users around the globe a rugged, metal printer/encoder to help manage RFID-compliant logistical initiatives. Zebra’s UHF RZ400 combines 4-inch-wide smart label printing/encoding, rugged reliability and the flexibility of many options to meet supply chain and business improvement applications in most manufacturing/warehouse and business environments. The RZ400 complies with EPC Gen 2 (ISO 18000-06C) standards and offers an enhanced range of RFID power settings to allow for support of current RFID tags—while providing support for future RFID protocols. Price-performance leadership, enhanced productivity, many connectivity choices, and multi-language font support make the easy-to-use 23 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  24. 24. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 RZ400 universally beneficial across retail, supply chain, shipping, warehousing and healthcare industries. Includes Printer One Resin Based Printer Ribbon Operator Maintenance Kit PS100 Ethernet Frequency Supported UHF 902 – 928 MHz Protocol EPC Gen-2 Resolution 203 DPI 300DPI Media Type Continuous, Die-cut tags Media Web Width 1‖ to 4.5‖ (Tear) 1‖ to 4.25‖ (Peel/Rewind) Minimum Label Length .5‖ In Tear, Peel and Rewind Mode 1‖ in Cutter Mode Media Thickness .0023‖ to .010‖ Maximum Medial Roll Size 8‖ on a 3‖ I.D core Ribbon Width 2‖ Standard Lengths 984 ft or 1476 ft Maximum Ribbon Roll Size 3.2‖ O.D. on a 1‖ I.D. core Communication USB 2.0 Bi-directional parallel RS-232, DB9 connector Wireless 80211.b/g 10/100 Ethernet Power 90-265 VAC, 48 – 62 HZ, 5A fused power supply Operating Temperatures 40° F to 104° F Wireless Upgrade for Printer CLIN 0015AB RZ400 Wireless Upgrade CLIN 0015AB Communication Wireless 802.11.b/g 24 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  25. 25. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 3 RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATIONS 3.1 Fixed RFID Reader CLIN 0001AA includes a pRFID reader, two antennas, cables and power supply. If you wish to create a fixed portal for reading pRFID tags, then you will need to procure the mounting kit CLIN 0001AB. Other mounting options may be created at a part of the Technical Engineering Services. 3.2 Hand Held RFID Reader The following CLINs are recommended to fully utilize the hand held RFID readers: CLIN 0002AA Handheld RFID Reader CLIN 0002AC CN3 Battery Charger CLIN 0002AE CN3 Battery Charger AC Adapter CLIN 0002AG IP30 Battery Charger CLIN 002AH IP30 Battery Charger AC Adapter CLIN 0002AJ Power Cord (Qty 2) 3.3 RFID Label Printer The following CLIN is recommended to fully utilize the RFID Label Printer: CLIN 0015AA 25 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  26. 26. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 4 SOFTWARE 4.1 Application Development Software OAT Software CLIN 0030AA, 0030AB, 0030AC, 0030EA, 0030FA OAT Software is installed on server(s) having Windows Server 2003. OAT scenarios (used by operators on the work-floor or by administrators) are accessed using a Web Browser interface. As a result, all OAT GUI screens can be accessed using any of the operating systems – Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista. All OAT scenarios and administration screens operator on a GUI. For operating work processes, which interact with a fixed RFID reader, the GUI is available using any Windows workstation. The GUI is accessed by a Web Browser (E.g. Internet Explorer). All administration screens for the applications are also accessible via a Web Browser on a Windows workstation. OAT application software for the HHR is developed in MS .NET framework. Any changes to functionality or new functionality to be added to the HHR will be written in .NET and C/C++. The HHR functionality already provided by OAT application on the HHR includes Passive RFID- EPC reader functions and scanner functions. Number one middleware, with standard RFID Workflows OAT Foundation Suite OAT delivers RFID-centric solutions to improve business performance on top of an industry- leading software platform – OAT Foundation Suite. Only OAT’s software delivers on the three necessary elements to support your RFID initiatives: Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) necessary to deal with the volume, speed and complexity of RFID data, exception-handling and device control. rfXML an XML-based process definition language to enable easy configuration of RFID- centric business processes. C4 Data Management to ensure accurate and actionable RFID business information at the corporate level. - Capture RFID reads with high accuracy - Context applied to understand meaning in terms of process and location - Control centrally all internal and external sources of RFID data - Consistency ensured through supply chain models and inference logic Loftware LPS Premier CLIN 0030CA, 0030DA LOFTWARE PRINT SERVER® The Loftware Print Server® (LPS) is an enterprise solution for corporations that have significant product marking requirements for both barcode and RFID smart labels. It is designed to act as a middleware component between medium to large-scale business systems and marking devices such as barcode and RFID label printers. The Loftware Print Server® forms the basis of Loftware's 'Server-Centric' approach to marking systems, whereby all product marking in an area, building, or enterprise is controlled from a 26 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  27. 27. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 centralized server on the network. The Loftware Print Server's highly scalable and fault tolerant system architecture is designed to handle thousands of requests targeted to hundreds of printers simultaneously. The Loftware Print Server® can print labels and RFID smart tags generated by any of your business-critical applications such ERP/MRP and/or WMS systems. The Loftware Print Server® includes interfaces that allow it to work with applications that are hosted on diverse operating systems including UNIX (e.g., Sun Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, Linux, etc.), the Microsoft Windows Server System line of business server products, and many more. These host applications offload barcode label and RFID tagging to the Loftware Print Server® which translates the request into device specific code before sending it to the printers. Application programmers no longer have to write and maintain device specific code every time a labeling requirement changes. Easy Monitor Intelligence Engine Server Utility CLIN 0030CB, 0030DB Easy Monitor is a software tool that may be used to configure and monitor RFID and other AIT devices on the network. 27 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  28. 28. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 5 TECHNICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES (TES) 5.1 Introduction ODIN provides Technical Engineering Services on-site at Government sites and at the Contractor’s facility as specified in the Task Order. TES shall include those services required for RFID turnkey implementation, IUID implementation support, equipment integration, site analysis, installation, de-installation, relocation, problem-solving, user unique training, IPT support, conducting PCAs/FCAs, software development; communications, interfaces to other Government systems, equipment and systems engineering services, System Design and systems integration to include middleware integration to enterprise systems. Any cables or adapters not listed in this Contract, middleware or other items and materials required for installation of Contractor-provided Passive RFID EPC components, may be ordered through this Contract in accordance with the provision entitled ―Incidental Materials‖ in Part C-1-1. TES shall be ordered by a Task Order only. 5.1.1 Task Order-Technical Engineering Services The Government will issue proposal requests for TES in accordance with Part C-1-1, paragraphs Ordering Procedures for Orders Exceeding $3,000, and Task Order – Technical Engineering Services (TES). The Contractor is encouraged to respond to all proposal requests by the specified submission dates. Proposals submitted in response to a proposal request shall comply with the requirements of the referenced Part C-1-1 paragraphs. 5.1.2 Travel. Prices for Contractor personnel travel and per diem to perform TES shall be in accordance with the requirements set forth in ―Task Orders – Technical Engineering Services‖ in Part C-1-1. 5.1.3 TES Trip Report. Team ODIN shall submit a TES Trip Report to the Task Order POC or Task Order COR, if applicable, no later than five workdays after the completion of each trip made for TES. The trip report shall be in the Contractor’s format and shall contain as a minimum: Report Date; Customer Name, address, POC and telephone number; Project Name; Time arrived, time departed; Any recommended or provided Incidental Material description; Contractor’s summary of work completed; Contractor POC name and signature. The Contractor shall provide TES within the time specified in the Task Order for specific technical services. The on-site locations and objectives of the TES to be provided shall be stated in the Task Order. 5.1.4 Software Development Services. Team ODIN will provide Software Development Services (SDS) for development incidental to the pRFID-related mission that utilizes equipment acquired under this Contract. The pRFID SDS shall be limited to the development work required to implement, modify, interface, and integrate Passive RFID EPC application(s) to an existing Government application(s) and 28 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  29. 29. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 database(s) e.g., SARSS, TIS. Services include new software development, which may include translation of existing Government code that has been determined necessary to ensure operation of the system. Specifically Team ODIN will provide RFID Middleware implementations, label printer software implementations and RFID device integration. ODIN also provides remote monitoring of RFID devices using its EasyMonitor software application. 5.2 INSTALLATION / DE-INSTALLATION / RELOCATION. 5.2.1 Installation/De-installation/Relocation. Team ODIN shall conduct Installation/De-installation/Relocation services as specified in the Task Order for each location requiring the services. The ordering contracting officer will issue proposal requests with schematic drawings of the Government site. Additionally, pRFID Contractors submitting TES proposals may conduct site surveys at their own expense or at pRFID Contractor’s own discretion rely solely on the Government-furnished site information when formulating their proposals. The Government does not guarantee accuracy and completeness of the Government-furnished site information. 5.2.2 Installation/De-installation. Team ODIN shall install and de-install Passive RFID EPC configurations as specified in the Task Order. The install/deinstall shall include all necessary installation support equipment, cables for the interface of the various components forming an installation, including the Passive RFID EPC devices, servers, peripheral devices, and power sources as required. Upon receipt of a Task Order requiring installation/de-installation, and in accordance with the schedule contained therein, Team ODIN shall install/de-install Passive RFID EPC equipment in accordance with the approved Installation Plan. 5.2.3 Relocation of Passive RFID EPC Components. Upon receipt of a Task Order requiring relocation of Passive RFID EPC equipment, and in accordance with the schedule contained therein, Team ODIN shall install Passive RFID EPC equipment in accordance with the approved Installation Plan. The extent of the services performed shall be specified in the Task Order and may vary from minimal involvement to total responsibility for the relocation. 5.2.4 Installation Plans. The Contractor shall submit an Installation Plan with supporting documentation and attachments for evaluation as a part of its proposal for TES. The Installation Plan shall include, but is not limited to, the following items:  Specific details of the methodology for the installation and the resources required;  Detailed description, by major subheadings, of all installation work to be accomplished by the Contractor at the site to include scheduling and dependency of the various tasks;  Site layout plan including detailed drawings of all Passive RFID EPC components, such as racks, cabinets, or consoles; 29 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  30. 30. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034  General component specifications including equipment, physical specifications, templates, manufacturer’s specific machine configuration and space requirements, special operational line-of-sight requirements between various components, lighting requirements, site construction requirements, power requirements, cabling requirements, network connections, communication lines including satellite communications, cooling requirements, shipping requirements, and all special requirements that do not fall under normal operating conditions;  Description of any actions, such as site modifications, which the Government will complete prior to installation of the Passive RFID EPC equipment, in sufficient detail to facilitate successful installation of the equipment. 5.3 CONTRACT SUPPORT PERSONNEL The Contractor shall provide all technical labor categories described in pRFID contract. The Government will issue proposal requests for specific tasks to be performed under Task Orders. Personnel performing TES and training under this Contract shall posses the qualifications that the Contract requires for, and be part of the same work force, providing such services to the general public. The Contractor shall provide labor categories that represent a blend of demonstrated technical, supervisory and managerial expertise, analytical skills and knowledge to provide specific tasks, using efficient and state-of-the-art processes, made up of functions including, but not limited to, the following:  Program Management  Installation and De-installation  RFID Policy and Planning  RFID Design, Integration and Pilot testing.  Site Surveys for Implementations  Software requirements definition  RFID Middleware development and integration  RFID Hardware and Software Training and support  Business Process Reengineering using RFID as an enabler  Update/Maintenance of Legacy Systems  Information and Knowledge Engineering  Requirements Analysis  Hardware and Software testing, including Tags and Readers  Market Research and Prototyping  Development of Software Interfaces and Software Configuration  Product Integration  Training and Solution Documentation  RF and Spectrum Management Optimization  Troubleshooting and Support  Test and Evaluation  Technology Insertion 30 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  31. 31. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 6 TRAINING Team ODIN shall provide training on CD-ROM and via the internet on a trusted web site. The Web Based training shall allow users to train from the web site and have the ability to download a version of the training for execution on a standalone windows based computer. The training shall instruct the students how to operate, maintain, and repair the equipment, and develop unique application software programs for Passive RFID equipment acquired under this Contract. The Contractor shall provide a web-based and CD-ROM training package with updates for the base period of the Contract. Training updates may include the addition of new or modified products and other types of training updates as necessary. 6.1 Target Audiences and Areas Target audiences utilizing the pRFID training will include technically skilled specialists responsible for supporting and implementing the use of Passive RFID EPC components and end Users responsible for operating the Contractor-provided hardware and software. Government project managers for RFID Implementations will also be a focus of the training. The pRFID Configuration Training shall encompass an overview of instruction in the following areas:  Understanding the Elements of an RFID Systems  The Physics of RFID  Basic RF elements  Hardware features and Selection criteria: Tags and Readers  Setting up the Site Assessment and Survey  Planning your RFID Implementation  Tag Design and Placement  Hardware maintenance and support  Middleware Basics and Features  Successful RFID Deployment  RFID Return on Investment  RFID Standards and Protocols 6.2 Multimedia Training ODIN will provide both Web Based and CD-ROM training as a Multimedia Training package (MMTP). This MMTP shall provide information in the areas of RFID Training as outlined above. The MMTP courseware will be in accordance with the specific requirements of the task order. The MMTP will be based on the highly successful ―RFID for Dummies‖ book, authored by ODIN technologies CEO Patrick Sweeney. Course content will then be modified to fit the specific requirement of the task order. 6.2.1 Draft MMTP Team ODIN shall provide PM J-AIT draft storyboards and graphics materials no later than 60 calendar days after the date of the first Task Order for the Web-Based or CD-ROM training. The PM J-AIT will review and approve the drafts and provide comments to Team ODIN. The Team ODIN shall then make the recommended modifications to the MMP and shall provide the 31 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  32. 32. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 final MMTP no later than 30 calendar days after receipt of PM J-AIT’s final approval of the draft MMTP materials. Team ODIN will then take such steps as necessary to develop a final MMTP, including follow up meetings, drafts and presentations required by PM J-AIT to ensure a quality final MMTP. 6.2.2 Training Deliverables If ordered, Team ODIN shall provide the following items in accordance with the approved MMTP within 45 days after approval of the MMTP or within 45 days after the date of the order, whichever is later:  Web-based training  One (1) Master CD-ROM to be used by the Government for reproduction and distribution purposes. This Master CD-ROM, along with a one (1) copy of the CD- ROM, shall be delivered to the COR. 32 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  33. 33. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 7 WARRANTY SUPPORT Team ODIN Provides a warranty for Three (3) years from date of shipment of equipment purchased under this contract or as specified for individual CLIN number. The toll free line for support is on our website at www.pmjait.com Call the support line and our help desk will provide instructions for maintenance and warranty support. 7.1 Warranty Status Report and Format ODIN shall provide a Warranty Status Report in Microsoft Office Excel format, once each Contract year as requested by the COR, to include but not limited to, a list of all equipment due to leave warranty status no later than the next twelve months with serial number, model number, Federal Agency, Unique Control Number, Delivery Order number, shipping date, warranty end date, Government User, point of contact and telephone number. The initial report format shall be provided by ODIN for Government review and approval no later than 30 calendar days after issuance of the Contract effective date specified in the Notice to Proceed. 7.1.1 Warranty Mail-In/Carry-In Procedures All items and Parts covered under warranty will be mailed to the ODIN Worldwide Repair Center, 21631 Red Rum Drive, Ashburn VA 20147. No item will be accepted without a valid RMA. ODIN will pay all shipping costs to and from the government customer. ODIN shall repair or replace the equipment at its discretion but will ensure the customer receives the fully working product paid for under the Task Order. The government should notify ODIN if any of the equipment is serial number accountable, so that it may be tracked and returned IAW accountability requirements. All serial number accountable equipment will be shipped within ten days of receipt to the government customer assuming the equipment is repairable. ODIN is not accountable for warranty repairs due to negligence on the part of the user where damage is clearly evident. 7.1.2 Warranty Replacement Parts ODIN will use only new parts, or parts warranted as new by the OEM, shall be used for repairs of failed Government Passive RFID EPC components. Additionally, all replacement parts shall be equal to or better than the replaced parts in terms of quality and performance. The warranty for all replacement items installed during the initial warranty period shall be equal to the remaining warranty period for the original item, or 90 calendar days, whichever is greater. 33 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  34. 34. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 8 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT 8.1 Introduction Upon expiration of the warranty, ODIN shall provide worldwide maintenance to repair or replace equipment purchased under this contract and provide updates and changes to software covered under maintenance. Maintenance prices shall include all parts, labor, and transportation back to the User. The direct line for ODIN maintenance is 866-787-7343 8.2 Maintenance Procedures Once the government customer calls into the ODIN Worldwide repair center, terms of the maintenance/repair request will be discussed. Once approved, an RMA tracking number will be provided to the customer. The government customer will then mail in or await on-call service for repair of the item, depending on what is the most timely and IAW their requirements. 8.3 Maintenance Types 8.3.1 Mail-In Maintenance Government customers must pack and send items for shipment IAW with US Postal standards. All shipping costs are borne by the government. Once received, ODIN will repair and ship out all equipment within ten calendar days. If the item is not repairable, disposition instructions will be discussed with the government. 8.3.2 On-Call Maintenance If On-Call maintenance is required, the government customer should make the request to the ODIN Worldwide repair center. A qualified technician will be dispatched to the location within five calendar days. All travel and work costs are borne by the government customer IAW with the support CLIN and task order contract. 8.4 Maintenance Records 8.4.1 Equipment Return and Tracking Our Repair Center will provide an RMA to the government customer and will track the shipment with third party shipping tracking numbers while in shipping. Status of all repair actions will be available on our website at www.pmjait.com. Customers may also call in to the ODIN Worldwide Repair Center to receive a status on their equipment. 8.5 Repair Center Hours of Operation The World-wide Repair Center is open from 0900-1800, Monday to Friday. Afterhours requests for support will be taken by email or voicemail, which will be forwarded to our on-call technician for immediate disposition. 8.5.1 Transportation Packages should be shipped via UPS or FEDEX to ensure that tracking numbers are assigned to the shipments and accurate receive dates may be known. 8.5.2 Packaging All components should be shipped in double wrapped using grade A packing material and/or in the original box. All handheld readers should be erased of any asset or inventory information prior to shipment. 34 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  35. 35. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 8.5.3 Maintenance Replacement Parts Requests for repair parts may be made through the ODIN Worldwide Repair Center through the website located at www.pmjait.com. Payment for repair parts will be made IAW the Task Order process in the contract. 8.5.4 Preventative Maintenance Operations manuals and preventive maintenance guides are published on the ODIN pRFID website at www.pmjait.com 8.6 Ordering Maintenance The maintenance ordering process is the same as ordering service support, as a Task Order on the contract. See the relevant CLIN for ordering maintenance. 35 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  36. 36. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 9 CLIN LIST AND PRICES ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0001 UNDEFINED UNDEFINED $0.00 Fixed Reader, Class 1, Gen 2, FFP Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Fixed Reader, with Software and Documentation (reference Part D, paragraph 4.1.1.1). FOB: Destination PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: EIAIT7KQYTJ050A MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0001AA UNDEFINED Each $2,452.00 $0.00 Fixed Reader, RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, FFP 902-928MHz Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Fixed Reader, with Software and Documentation (reference Part D, paragraph 4.1.1.1). 902- 928MHz Passive RFID EPC, Class 1, Gen 2, Fixed Reader with Software and Documentation - Sirit Infinity 510 UHF (860-960 MHz, EPC) Reader (IN510WD000) - 2 mono-static antennas (AN-CIRC860960-1) - EasyReader and EasyMonitor device software for testing and monitoring (included) - LMR 240 antenna cabling (CA-NMRPTNCPLUG-3M-1) - Power supply (included) FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 36 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  37. 37. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0001AB UNDEFINED Each $750.00 $0.00 Mounting Kit for Fixed Reader FFP Mounting Kit for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Fixed Reader (reference Part D, paragraph 4.1.1.1). Mounting Kit for Fixed Reader - Make ODIN Easy Rack Model # ER7456-01 - EasyRack ruggedized steel RFID enclosure for single reader and two antennas FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002 UNDEFINED UNDEFINED $0.00 Hand-Held Reader, Class 1, Gen 2 FFP Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader, with Software and Documentation (reference Part D, paragraph 4.1.1.2). FOB: Destination PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: EIAIT7KQYTJ050A MAX $0.00 NET AMT 37 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  38. 38. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AA UNDEFINED Each $3,440.00 $0.00 Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2 FFP Non-Incendive 902-928MHz Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader, with Software and Documentation (to include two sets of rechargeable batteries and an AC Adapter). Non-Incendive 902-928MHz Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader with Software and Documentation 128/128, Num, Area Img, 802.11a/b/g FCC, WinMobile 5.0, Intermec CK61BU1C200E0100 Intermec IP30A,USB CK61/CK61 EX, 915MHz, ROHS IP30A0U1014 MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AB UNDEFINED Each $89.00 $0.00 Rechargeable Battery FFP Rechargeable Battery for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader. Intermec Rechargeable Battery Battery Pack, Intermec CK61, RoHS 318-015-002 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 38 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  39. 39. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AC UNDEFINED Each $262.00 $0.00 Battery Charger FFP Battery Charger for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader. Intermec Battery Charger Battery Charger, Quad, Intermec CK61 Series RoHS 852-063-003 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AD UNDEFINED Each $89.00 $0.00 Hands-Free Carrying Device FFP Hands-Free Carrying Device for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi- Protocol Hand-Held Reader. Intermec Hands-Free Carrying Device, Intermec CK61 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 39 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  40. 40. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AE UNDEFINED Each $31.00 $0.00 A C Adapter FFP A C Adapter for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Multi-Protocol Hand-Held Reader. Intermec A C Adapter, Univ. AC Adapter, Intermec CK61, coax Plug, RoHS 851-065-005 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AF UNDEFINED Each $89.00 $0.00 Intermec IP30 RFID Handle Battery Pack FFP Intermec IP 30 RFID handle extra battery Battery Pack, IP30, RoHS 075082-002 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 40 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  41. 41. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AG UNDEFINED Each $262.00 $0.00 Intermec RFID Handle Battery Charger FFP Intermec RFID handle battery charger CHARGER,2 BAY,SR61 852-907-001 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AH UNDEFINED Each $67.00 $0.00 Handle Battery Charger Power Supply FFP Intermec RFID Handle Battery Charger Power Supply Univ Power Supply, 12VDC 50W FW5012 RoHS 851-082-003 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 41 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  42. 42. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AJ UNDEFINED Each $6.00 $0.00 Handle Battery Charger Power Cord FFP Intermec RFID Handle Battery Charger Power Cord AC Power Cord, US RoHS 1-974028-025 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AK UNDEFINED Each $22.00 $0.00 Intermec Power Adapter FFP Intermec Power Adapter, Intermec CK61, RoHS 805-630-002 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 42 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  43. 43. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0002AL UNDEFINED Each $5.00 $0.00 Intermec AC Power Cord FFP Intermec AC Power Cord, US RoHS 1-974028-025 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0010 UNDEFINED UNDEFINED $0.00 General Purpose Passive RFID EPC Class 1 FFP General Purpose Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Tag (reference Part D, paragraphs 4.1.1.3 and 4.1.1.4). FOB: Destination PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: EIAIT7KQYTJ050A MAX $0.00 NET AMT 43 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  44. 44. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0010AA UNDEFINED Each $0.15 $0.00 4" X 2" General Purpose Tag FFP 4" X 2" General Purpose Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Tag Suitable for affixing to fiberboard, plastic, wood, metal, liquid filled containers, and glass. 4" X 2" General Purpose RFID Tag - UPM Raflatac Dogbone, 500 labels per roll FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0010CA UNDEFINED Each $0.16 $0.00 4" x 6" General Purpose Tag FFP 4" X 6" General Purpose Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Tag Suitable for affixing to fiberboard, plastic, wood, metal, liquid filled containers, and glass. 4" X 6" General Purpose RFID Tag - UPM Raflatac Dogbone, 500 labels per roll FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 44 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  45. 45. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015 UNDEFINED UNDEFINED $0.00 Thermal Transfer Printer FFP Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Enabled Bar Code Label Thermal Transfer Printer (reference Part D, paragraph 4.1.1.4), with Software and Documentation (reference Part D, paragraph 5.5). FOB: Destination PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: EIAIT7KQYTJ050A MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015AA UNDEFINED Each $2,356.00 $0.00 Thermal Transfer Printer FFP 902-928MHz Thermal Transfer Printer with Software and Documentation, One Resin-Based Printer Ribbon, and An Operator Maintenance Kit. 902-928MHz Thermal Transfer Printer with Software and Documentation - Zebra RZ400 Printer with PS100 Enet (USA), RZ400-2001-010RO FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 45 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  46. 46. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015AB UNDEFINED Each $498.00 $0.00 Wireless Upgrade to the Printer FFP Wireless Upgrade to the Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Enabled Bar Code Label Thermal Transfer Printer. Wireless Update to the Printer - ZebraNet Wireless Plus, 29651-006M FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015AC UNDEFINED Each $48.00 $0.00 Operator's Maintenance Kit FFP Operator's Maintenance Kit for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Enabled Bar Code Label Thermal Transfer Printer. Zebra Operator's Maintenance Kit - Maintenance Manual on CD-ROM, 77960-001 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 46 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  47. 47. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015AD UNDEFINED Each $480.00 $0.00 Replacement Print Head FFP Replacement Print Head for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Enabled Bar Code Label Thermal Transfer Printer. Zebra Replacement Print Head - 203 DPI Replacement Print Head, 79800M FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0015AE UNDEFINED Each $32.00 $0.00 4" Wide Resin-based Printer Ribbon FFP 4" Wide Resin-based Printer Ribbon for Passive RFID EPC Class 1, Gen 2, Enabled Bar Code Label Thermal Transfer Printer. Zebra 4" Resin-Based Ribbon - 3200 Performance Black resin ribbon, 03200BK11045 FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 47 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  48. 48. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030 UNDEFINED UNDEFINED $0.00 Software (Reference Part D, paragraph 5) FFP Software (Reference Part D, paragraph 5) FOB: Destination PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: EIAIT7KQYTJ050A MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030AA UNDEFINED Each $3,000.00 $0.00 Application Development Software FFP Application Development Software (reference Part D, paragraph 5.4.1.). Application Development Software - OAT express / IBM Premises Server 1-30 devices FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 48 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  49. 49. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030AB UNDEFINED Each $2,300.00 $0.00 Application Development Software FFP Application Development Software - OAT express / IBM Premises Server 31-300 devices FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030AC UNDEFINED Each $1,716.00 $0.00 Application Development Software FFP Application Development Software - OAT express / IBM Premises Server over 300 devices FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 49 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  50. 50. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030BA UNDEFINED Each $1,096.00 $0.00 Application Development Software License FFP Application Development Software License Application Development Software License - Device license for OAT / IBM Premises Server FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030CA UNDEFINED Each $5,380.00 $0.00 Application Development Software Special FFP Application Development Software Special Tool Kits/Utility Libraries (reference Part D, paragraph 5.4.1 and 5.4.2). Application Development Special Tool Kits/Utility Libraries - Printer Server Application Utility - Loftware LPS Premier FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 50 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2
  51. 51. DRAFT pRFID Ordering Guide – Version 2.0 Contract Number: W91QUZ-08-D-0034 ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030CB UNDEFINED Each $18,000.00 $0.00 Application Development Software Special FFP Application Development Special Tool Kits/Utility Libraries - Remote monitoring, management and diagnosis - EasyMonitor Intelligence Engine Server Utility FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES MAX UNIT UNIT PRICE MAX AMOUNT QUANTITY 0030DA UNDEFINED Each $313.00 $0.00 Application Development SW Special Tool FFP Application Development Software Special Tool Kits/Utility Libraries License (reference Part D, paragraph 5.4.1 and 5.4.2). Application Development Special Tool Kits/Utility Libraries License - Printer Server Application Utility Unit License - Loftware LPS Print Seat - RFID FOB: Destination MAX $0.00 NET AMT 51 DCN: W91QUZ-002.2

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