Bosch ACD-ICL2K-16AR contactless ICLASS card

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Bosch
  • Model code: ACD-ICL2K-16AR
  • Card/ Tag/ Fob: Card
  • Material: PVC plastic
  • Operating Frequency MHz: 13.56
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Additional info:

ICLASS ID card with 2 Kbyte data storage 16 application areas, 15 of which can be customised Cards have an embedded wire antenna and an ICLASS chip The card is recognised and read when held in front of the reader The reading process is passive with a frequency of 13.56 MHz ICLASS cards support multiple application areas that can be individually protected All credentials have a unique chip number and a customer (or facility) code Contactless credentials with an iClass chip are ideal for installations with high-availability systems and where credentials may be exposed to abnormal conditions Reading ranges reach up to 12.5 cm depending on the readers used

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Make Bosch
Manufacturer Bosch Security Systems
Model code ACD-ICL2K-16AR
Card/ Tag/ Fob Card
Material PVC plastic
Operating Frequency MHz 13.56
Transaction Time Sec < 100 ms sec transaction time
Memory Size KB 2
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 86 x 54 x 1
Additional info
  • ICLASS ID card with 2 Kbyte data storage
  • 16 application areas, 15 of which can be customised
  • Cards have an embedded wire antenna and an ICLASS chip
  • The card is recognised and read when held in front of the reader
  • The reading process is passive with a frequency of 13.56 MHz
  • ICLASS cards support multiple application areas that can be individually protected
  • All credentials have a unique chip number and a customer (or facility) code
  • Contactless credentials with an iClass chip are ideal for installations with high-availability systems and where credentials may be exposed to abnormal conditions
  • Reading ranges reach up to 12.5 cm depending on the readers used
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