ABS enclosure, 68 mm x 18 mm x 8 mm, 13.56 Mhz, MF1, IEC14443 A, typical 5 cm read distance( ISO card size), USB 2.0 interface, plug and play, CE, ROHS compliance
GEE-NR-006 is a PC-linked contactless smart card reader at 13.56 MHz. Compliant with the ISO/IEC18092 standard for Near Field Communication (NFC), it supports ISO 14443 A cards as well as type 1, 2 NFC tags. This type of NFC reader is widely used in Access control, NFC payment and identification fields.
• 68 mm x 18 mm x 8 mm, ABS material, USB token NFC reader
• USB 2.0 full speed interface, 5 v /100 mA output
• Mifare one, Mifare ultralight, Mifare ultralightc, Ntag203 supported
• Build-in antenna for contactless tag access, with read distance of up to 50 mm
• Anti-collision feature, automatically identify card ID and output it at the cursor location
• Driver-free, plug and play
• Windows, Mac, Linux, Android OS supported
• SDK pack, C#, VB.NET, Delphi code for fast secondary development
• Green material with ROHS and SGS certification, CE, FCC, PC/ SC compliance
|Dimension||68 mm(L) x 18 mm(W) x 8 mm(H)|
|RF / Electrical|
|Read distance||up to 3 cm|
|Smart card support||nxp mifare 1k, mifare ultralight, ultralightc, ntag203|
|Read time||< 100 ms|
|Power supply||DC +5V/ 100 mA|
|OS||windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, windows CE, Mac , Linux, Android 2.3 above|
|Working condition||-10 ~ 60°C , 10~80% RH|
|Storage condition||-5 ~ 45°C, 5~ 95% RH|
|Certification||CE, CCC, ROHS|
In transportation and ticketing feild, the traditional payment is by a simple paper ticket that bears some of security features, like florescent ink, security line, latent image, barcode, infra-red ink. Through it can be prevent most of the fake tickets, however hard work load, low identification rate, and relevant unsafe features enforce institutions had to recruit abundant workforce to maintain normally operation, and now everything was changed as RFID technology deeply implanted into this sector.
At most of bus station or subway station, you will not no longer find any paper tickets any more, which replaced them was a simple recharge card or NFC mobile phones. And in recent years, the pace of changing speeds up dramatically.
Thanks to the RFID technology, you do need to wait in line for ticket checking, all just by a simple touch, and you are allowed to get through, and payment will automatically deducted by the RFID readers.
The benefits are not only in its convenience, but also its security. Each RFID card will have a unique ID, which is permanently stored in its ROM, and can not be rewritten. Meanwhile the communication between the RFID card and RFID readers is encrypted. Let’s take oyster card( London metro card) for example, this type of card is embedded with NXP Mifare Desfire chip, which the chip is integrated with the 3DES encryption technology, and still now there is zero case of password being cracked.
This RFID technology also have been applied into certain of big event, such as Olympics, World Expo…
In the future, we will see more and more case of this advanced RFID technology being applied in our normal life, and therefore change our life for ever.
It is not a new story that RFID applied into the access control sector. The earliest RFID technology that emerged in Access control setor shall turn back time to mid 20th century, And it was first introduced at low frequency of 125 khz, with a unique ID number inside the chip. EM4100 chip, as one of the most typical chips, emerged in this stage. It brought a hurricane to the traditional access control sector, which the traditional physical keys were gradually replaced by a piece of card. It not only brings convenience but also maintain high security.
Glory of ATT5557 chips in access control system
While as technology developed, the traditional EM4100 chip is no longer worked well, because the ID number could be easily duplicated, which make its safety severely be doubted. Then ATA5557 chips emerged in the stage, it is a chip with pin code embedded, which allow user to set up the password for safety concerns. To better protect the password, this T5557 chip also adopt a interesting settings, which if the password misread for over 3 times, the chip will permanently locked and can not be used any more. The market’s response is so appreciated that access control systems based on T5557 chips rapidly occupy the market.
Lord of chips for NXP Mifare 1k s50 chips
Time turns to 21st century, NXP mifare 1k chips, which worked at high frequency of 13.56 Mhz whipped up a thunderstorm. It was no longer merely bear UID code or passwords, it extended the multiple functions, up to 1kB memory organized in 16 independent sectors, each sectors could sets an application and its passwords. It is amazing function, which make multiple applications in one card possible, beside it contains a logical counter, which allows it able to conduct plus and deduct algorisms. It was so popular as if all the RFID cards bear this Mifare 1k chip in one night. It is still the most welcome chip in the market.
New Emperor- NFC mobile phones and bio technology in access control
Early at year 2005, Nokia have published its NFC mobile phone, which could conduct the same functions as Mifare 1k s50 chip does. This emerged NFC technology though is fantastic, it is not accepted by user’s then. In 2007, Apple launched innovative Iphone, which completely overturn the whole phone sector. And this impact also affect the newly born NFC technology, the Andriod Mobile phone is the first mobile that publicly support NFC technology. By using this technology, NFC that used in Access control is gradually into reality.
Advantages of RFID in access control
Contactless identification with limited read distance. Just a simply touch will the card be indentified. Limited read range also provide user protecting their user’s data and prevent unwanted operation
Access control data management. RFID technology help users more efficiently manage visitor’s access data, such as vistor’s profile, password and access authority through relevant RFID software. Time attendance system is based on this idea.
Security . RFID provides reliable security features either by its unique ID and password or by its encryption algorisms. Especially when advanced DES and 3DES encryption algorisms introduced, user data by nowadays technology is impossible to break.
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