This kind RFID White Card is embedded 125KHZ chip, which has a unique ID number and it is often printed 18 digits ID numbers on card surface.
RFID cards are used for applications where tracking or identifying personnel is important or where access control is required. Various RFID frequency bands are utilized in cards today, including 125 kHz low frequency proximity, 13.56 MHz high frequency smart card and 860-960 MHz ultra-high frequency (UHF).
Tk4100 white card application: Lock key access system.
It can be used for digital printing, Heidelberg four-color printing can add signature strip, spray number, hot stamping, hot silver, hot laser, magnetic stripe, bar code, embossed punching and other special processes. Main features: 1. Operating carrier frequency: 125KHZ 2. Compatible frequency All ID card readers of 125KHZ 3, non-contact, no battery required 4, reading distance <10cm5, data storage time 10 years.
|Memory||64 bits read only|
CR80 size 85.5X54mm
|Working Life||＞ 100,000 times|
|Working Model||Passive no battery|
|Operating Temperature||-40℃ ~ 75℃|
|Stock Temperature||-40℃ ~ 75℃|
More RFID chip Optional
Read only: TK4100, EM4100
Read&write: T5577, EM4305, Hitag
MIFARE Classic EV1 1k
MIFARE Ultralight EV1
MIFARE DESFire EV1 2K/4K/8K
Fudan F08 1k
Carton size: 37*29*20cm
Besides the RFID white card products, Syntek supply more other kind RFID products, such as the RFID proximity cards, RFID Wristbands, RFID Tag, TM ibutton, etc
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1.Do all phones have RFID?
Not all phones can read a radio frequency identification tag. The handset must have a built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) device for this to be possible.
2.Is RFID the same as NFC?
NFC is best described as a subset of RFID. NFC devices operate at the same frequency as high frequency RFID readers and tags — 13.56 MHz. But unlike RFID devices and tags, NFC does not have a range from 25 meters to 100 meters. Instead, NFC takes advantage of the short read range limitations of its radio frequency.
3.Are hotel keys NFC or RFID?
Hotel key cards work by using various technologies such as RFID and magnetic stripe. The information encodes inside the key card can only be read by RFID readers or magnetic readers.