How It Works A HOTEL RFID CARD

How It Works A HOTEL RFID CARD

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How It Works; A HOTEL RFID CARD Hotel RFID CARD uses radio waves to communicate with the system before giving the user access to a facility. The card features a 13.56 MHz chip which allows the user to tap the door and open it. It means that having the RFID CARD key will save you from the trouble of swiping or inserting the card as you do with the magnetic strip cards. When you hold a HOTEL RFID CARD near the door, it checks and verifies the details through a radio signal. It then sends back to the reader the chip serial number. The reader will then beep before the green light indicates that the card is ready to open the door. Notice that today’s RFID CARD MANUFACTURER are more…
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How To Choose A RFID Card Manufacturer

How To Choose A RFID Card Manufacturer

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How To Choose A RFID Card Manufacturer Radio frequency Identification cards are becoming not just common but quite popular. The cards are quickly replacing the traditional smart cards -- thanks to the versatile use which they can be put to. They work like ATMs and credit cards and have the ability to store data. RFID is an adaptive technology that finds application in many industries. The cards can read a huge number of tags at once. Besides, they can gather and sync with paired software at a click. Thus, RFID CARDs enable the automation of tasks which would take hours or even months to accomplish. So, there are numerous companies out there that have ventured into RFID card manufacturing. Some of them manufacture passive RFID, while others specialize in manufacturing…
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Who Is The Best RFID CARD Manufacturer

Who Is The Best RFID CARD Manufacturer

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Who is The Best RFID CARD Manufacturer? RFIDs are becoming important tools for event management, library management, supply chain management, and asset management. You can also deploy them to retail management, apparel management as well as laundry management. But getting a good RFID card manufacturer may not be easy. However, there are things you can look for to help you choose the best RFID manufacturer. The best RFID CARD should be reliable and capable of storing information for more than ten years. It should be encrypted to guarantee the security of data. It should also have enhanced memory and must be of the right size. Also, it should be capable of being customized as per your needs. RFID chips feature three main components that include an integrated circuit, a substrate,…
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Basic information of magnetic stripe card

Basic information of magnetic stripe card

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Description The unit of magnetic field strength is Oersted (oe for short). Magnetic stripe cards are generally divided into 300 oe, 650 oe, 2750 oe and 4000 oe. Among them, 300 oe is a low coercivity strip, referred to as Loco, 2750 oe and 4000 oe are high coercivity strips, referred to as Hico. The high coercivity strip can store more information, and its safety factor is higher, and harder to be damaged. Classification The color of the magnetic stripe is generally black, silver and gold, with black being the most common. The width of the magnetic stripe is 12.7mm and 8.4mm, with 12.7mm being the most common. The magnetic stripe card is an intermediate process in the card production process: printing material → fixing → binding magnetic stripe →…
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Types, frequencies and application scenarios of smart chips

Types, frequencies and application scenarios of smart chips

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Smart chips are divided into three types: active, semi-source and passive. Active and half-source built-in power supplies, these two types are larger in size. Passive means no built-in power supply, so it can be very small. Because our company does not make active and semi-source products, we will only introduce passive chips today. Usually we divide the chip into low frequency, high frequency and ultra high frequency according to frequency. Low frequency The frequency of the low-frequency chip is 125KHz. Low-frequency chips are divided into two types: read-only and readable and writable. The commonly used read-only chips are TK4100, EM4100 and EM4200. The commonly used readable and writable chip is T5577. Low-frequency chips are generally used in access control cards, hotel cards and access control machines. There is also the…
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