Read and write data with Idesco elegant Access 9CM

Product Profile

The Idesco Access 9CM multipurpose Mifare® r/w reader is designed to be used in applications where data on the transponder needs to be updated during the reading transaction.  Such applications include access control, data collection, payment applications and people identification in various environments.

The Idesco Access 9CM reader supports:

  • normal Mifare® commands as well as some additional commands
  • all standard Mifare® cards (1Kbyte, 4 Kbyte)
  • RS 232 interface
  • Mifare ProX is also supported, if the ProX card is in the Mifare® standard emulation mode

Access 9CM is also available as a module for OEM's.  The reader has an elegantly designed housing and is available with many colour options to choose from.  It also has a wooden housing option.

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Technical Specification

Make Idesco
Manufacturer Idesco
Model code Access 9CM
Series Access 9 Series
Reader Type Smart Card
Standalone/ Networkable Networkable
IP Rating IP67
Mount Type Surface mount
LED / Beep LED / Beep
Wiegand Interface Yes
Clock-and-Data Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Power Consumption: 130 mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 110 x 43 x 24
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -40 ~ +55
Additional info

This Mifare® memory reader reads compatible application specific data from one selected sector of the Mifare® standard transponders and supports also Mifare® Multi-application transponders.  A configuration card defined by Idesco or the customer can be used in programming the required reader output, application specific keys as well as the sector to be read.  Also the required data length can be defined according to individual application demands. The Access 8 CM is available with Access Basic and Access Quattro design options as well as most common interfaces for easy integration.

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