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HID iCLASS OEM50 - a contactless smart card reader/writer module for access control systems

Technical Specification

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  • Make: HID
  • Model code: OEM50
  • Series: iCLASS Series
  • Accessories: Reader / Writer Module
Additional info:

Contactless smart card reader/writer module from HID.  Designed for embedding into OEM equipment as a component in upper level assemblies.  Transmit frequency 13.56 MHz.  Wiegand/TTL interface.   Dimensions: 27.94 mm x 30.48mm.

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Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code OEM50
Series iCLASS Series
Accessories Reader / Writer Module
Additional info Contactless smart card reader/writer module from HID.  Designed for embedding into OEM equipment as a component in upper level assemblies.  Transmit frequency 13.56 MHz.  Wiegand/TTL interface.   Dimensions: 27.94 mm x 30.48mm.
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