Broad range of access control applications from HID

Product Profile

HID, the premier manufacturer of contactless access control cards and readers for the security industry, launches the latest in smart card technology with their iCLASS development partners.

Applications range from physical and logical access, to time and attendance, cashless vending and billing as well as biometric access control and verification.  Parking, handheld verification, vandal/explosion-proof and flush-mounted readers are also part of HID’s partner application products. 

In addition to the broad range of iCLASS partner application products, HID presents its full line of iCLASS 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card technology including proximity, combination magnetic stripe/proximity readers, OEM modules, multi-technology contactless smart cards and HID’s custom card service that are used to create custom credentials in various form factors and can include anti-counterfeiting features for added card security.
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Technical Specification

Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code 200X iCLASS Card
Series iCLASS Series
Card/ Tag/ Fob Card
Technology Type Proximity
Material PVC
ISO size Printable Yes
Operating Frequency MHz 13.56
Transaction Time Sec <100 ms sec transaction time
Memory Size KB 2
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 54.0 x 85.7 x 0.84
Weight g: 5.7
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -40 ~ +70
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
Additional info

The iCLASS Card offers iCLASS 13.56 MHz contactless read/write smart card technology along the ability to add a magnetic stripe, barcode, and anti-counterfeiting features including custom artwork or a photo identification directly on the credential.  Your iCLASS Card can now be utilized for such diverse applications including access control, network log-on security, automotive vehicle identification, cashless vending, time and attendance, and biometric verification.

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