Desktop NFC RFID Reader Multiple Protocols Reader USB Power Supply
The NFC desktop reader is ideal for cashless payment systems or loyalty schemes as well as to encode transponders for time & attendance. The intelligent reader firmware allows an easy and fast access to 13.56 MHz RFID chips without deep RFID knowledge and also supports NFC (Near field Communication) in active mode.
It comes in an attractive glossy white housing with a bi-color LED and a buzzer which are completely controlled by the application via dedicated protocol commands. The simple commands of the intelligent RFID reader module facilitate a fast application development and a short time-to-market period.
Super easy NFC / RFID chip handling
Intelligent NFC reader firmware by "embedded DLL"
Integrated key handling
Fast application development and time to market
LED brightness on image enhand to highlight their position
13.56 MHz (±7KHz)
ISO15693, ISO 14443A/B, ISO 18000-3M3 and NFC
NFC Forum Type 1: Innovision Topaz512
NFC Forum Type 2: Mifare Ultralight, Mifare Ultralight C, Mifare Ultralight EV1, NTAG21x.
NFC Forum Type 3: Sony Felica [only support Polling]
NFC Forum Type 4: Mifare DESFire EV1
NFC Forum Type 5: ICODE SLI ,ICODE SLIX ,ICODE SLIX2 ,Tag-it HF- I plus
Mifare Classic Type: Mifare S50, Mifare S70 ,Mifare Mini
ISO18000-3M3 Type: ICODE ILT
ST ISO14443B Type: SRIX4K, SRI512, ST25TB512-AC
DC 5V (USB power supply)
Max Power Consumption
What are the differens between NFC and RFID?
NFC is a sub-category of high frequency RFID. NFC differs from RFID in that NFC is designed to provide secure peer to peer communications between two devices. Another key difference is that an RFID reader can scan for multiple RFID tags simultaneously whereas an NFC reader can only communicate with one other device at a time. RFID readers and writers are not RFID tags, however any NFC device is able to function as both reader and tag.