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Proximity Card

PVC made proximity cards are used for door accessing and other type of accessing purpose. These 0.8 mm thick low frequency cards have embedded metallic antenna based coil for storing specific data of card holders. An electronic  reader is used to detect the presence of these cards when these are used within detection range of that reader. These non contact based smart cards are identified with the generation of a beep sound produced by electronic reader by maximum 50 cm range. Double sided proximity cards are rectangular in appearance and these remain activated when placed or inserted by maintaining maximum 5 cm distance from the user.

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 Proximity Card 125 Khz RFID Cards 

Proximity cards also known as proxy cards are low  frequency 125 kHz credentials that feature an  embedded metallic antenna coil that stores cardholder data. Data stored on a proximity card  key fob or  tag can be detected by a reader when the proximity card is passed within range. 

A proximity card or proxy card is a contactless smart card which can be read  without  inserting  it into a reader device as required by earlier magnetic stripe cards such as credit cards  and contact type  smart cards.  The proximity cards are part of the contactless card technologies. Held near an electronic reader for a moment they enable the identification of an encoded number. The reader usually produces a  beep or other sound to indicate the card has been read. Proximity cards typically have a read range up to 50 cm   15 inches which is the main difference with contactless smartcard with 2 to 10 cm 1 to 3 inches . The card can often be left in a wallet or purse and read by simply holding the wallet or purse near the reader. The term proximity  card refers to the older 125 kHz devices as distinct to the newer 13.56 MHz contactless smart cards. 

Method of operation:

The card and the reader unit communicate with each other through 125 kHz radio frequency fields 13.56 MHz for the contactless smartcard cards by a process called resonant energy transfer Passive cards have three components, sealed inside the plastic: an antenna consisting of a coil of wire, a capacitor, and an integrated circuit IC which contains the user's ID number in specific formats and no other data. The reader has its own antenna, which continuously transmits a short range radio frequency field. 

When the card is placed within range of the reader the antenna coil and capacitor which form a tuned circuit absorb and store energy from the field resonating like an electrical version of a tuning fork. This energy is rectified to direct current which powers the integrated circuit. The chip sends its ID number or other data to the antenna coil which transmits it by radio frequency signals back to the reader unit. The reader checks whether the ID number from the card is correct and then performs whatever function it has been programmed to do. Since all the energy to power the card comes from the reader unit passive cards must be close to the reader to function, and so have only a limited range. 

Other Names:

  • Also Known by other names EM4100 / EM4102 / TK4100 / 125 Khz RFID Cards 

Cardtec Proximity Cards:

  • Cardtec produces proximity cards in two forms
  • Thick Proximity Cards. 

Thin Proximity Cards in ISO format:

  • Further the thick proximity cards can be personalized by means of printed sticky cards.
  • Further thin Proximity Cards can be provided as a high quality, high finish product  Whether as a blank card or in pre-printed format or fully printed with data / picture / individual photos.

Product details

  • Operating Frequency  : 13.56 MHz
  • Use  : Event,Office/College,Access Card
  • Thickness  : 0.8mm
  • Card Type  : Proximity Card
  • Type  : Double Sided
  • Color  : Multiple color
  • Surface Finish  : Matt,Glossy
  • Material  : PVC
  • Shape  : Rectangular
  • Printing Type  : Offset Printing,Digital Printing
  • Operating Distance  : 2-5 cm
  • Card Holder Type  : Case
  • Holder Material  : PVC

 

PROXIMITY ACCESS CARD

 PROXIMITY CARDS 125 Khz RFID Cards

Proximity cards, also  known  as proxi cards,  are low  frequency 125 kHz credentials that feature an embedded metallic antenna coil that stores cardholder data.
Data stored on a proximity card key fob or tag can be detected  by reader when the  proximity  card is  passed within range.

proximity card or proxy card is a "contact less smart card    which can   be read without  inserting it into a reader device
as required by earlier magnetic stripe cards such as credit cards and contact type smart cards The proximity cards are part of the contact less card technologies.
Held near an electronic reader for a moment they enable the identification of an  encoded number.
The reader usually produces a beep or other sound to indicate the card has been read. Proximity cards typically have a read range up to 50 cm 15 inches
which is the main difference with contact less smart card with 2 to 10 cm 1 to 3 inches . The card can often be left in a wallet or purse
and read by simply holding the wallet or purse near the reader.  The term proximity card  refers to the older 125kHz devices as distinct to the newer 13.56MHz
contact less smart cards.

Method of operation

The card and the reader unit communicate with each other through 125kHz radio frequency fields,
13.56MHz for the contact less smart card cards by a process called resonant energy transfer Passive cards have three components
sealed inside the plastic an antenna consisting of a coil of wire a capacitor and an integrated circuit IC
which contains the user's ID number in specific formats and no other data. The reader has its own antenna
which continuously transmits a short range radio frequency field.

When the card is placed within range of the reader, the antenna coil and capacitor, which form a tuned circuit, absorb and store energy from the field,
resonating like an electrical version of a tuning fork. This energy is rectified to direct current which powers the integrated circuit.
The chip sends its ID number or other data to the antenna coil, which transmits it by radio frequency signals back to the reader unit.
The reader checks whether the ID number from the card is correct, and then performs whatever function it has been programmed to do.
Since all the energy to power the card comes from the reader unit, passive cards must be close to the reader to function, and so have only a limited range.

Other Names

Also Known by other names EM4100 / EM4102 / TK4100 / 125 Khz RFID Cards

Cardtec's Proximity Cards

Cardtec produces proximity cards in two forms

Thick Proximity Cards.

Thin Proximity Cards in ISO format

Further the thick proximity cards can be personalized by means of printed sticky cards.

Further thin Proximity Cards can be provided as a high quality, high finish product,
whether as a blank card or in pre-printed format or fully printed with data / picture / individual photos.

Product details

  • Operating Frequency  : 13.56 MHz
  • Use  : Event,Office/College,Access Card
  • Thickness  : 0.8mm
  • Card Type  : Proximity Card
  • Type  : Double Sided
  • Color  : Multiple color
  • Surface Finish  : Matt,Glossy
  • Material  : PVC
  • Shape  : Rectangular
  • Printing Type  : Offset Printing,Digital Printing
  • Operating Distance  : 2-5 cm
  • Card Holder Type  : Case
  • Holder Material  : PVC


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