HID 1390 eProx Tag
- Make: HID
- Model code: 1390 eProx Tag
- Series: Prox Series
- Accessories: Transponder
The eProx tag is a 125 kHz embedded proximity access transponder. HID proximity can be added to any device by gluing, molding or fastening the transponder to any nonmetallic housing. Offers consistent read range and reliable operation. RF-programmable for ease of encoding with HID's ProxProgrammer.Read more
|Model code||1390 eProx Tag|
The eProx tag is a 125 kHz embedded proximity access transponder. HID proximity can be added to any device by gluing, molding or fastening the transponder to any nonmetallic housing. Offers consistent read range and reliable operation. RF-programmable for ease of encoding with HID's ProxProgrammer.
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