Smart Proximity Recognition RFID Card Readers 860Mhz-960Mhz Library Jewerly Inventory Management ISO 18000-6C/EPC Gen2
Proximity cards and readers use RFID (radio frequency identification) to communicate wirelessly, with authorization data encoded on the cards. Proximity readers are a great option for commercial building security, such as office access control,office door access.URD1101 desktop UHF reader has a high sensitivity reading and writing performance and adopts a fast anti-collision processing algorithm. This product supports electronic labels from multiple manufacturers that meet the ISO 18000-6C/EPCglobal Gen2 standard.
Support ISO 18000-6C/ EPCglobal Gen2 standard.
RF power: 11-20dBm(adjustable).
Fast anti-collision processing algorithm.
Reading and writing range: ＞10cm.
Communication interface: USB.
Support frequency hopping and fixed frequency working modes.
Stocktaking supports buffering mode, with a maximum buffering of 20 EPC.
Integrated design of antenna and read-write module.
ISO 18000-6C/EPCglobal Gen2
Desktop card issuing, access control, electronic bill, library and other fields.
Is proximity card reader same as RFID?
What is the difference between RFID and proximity cards? The difference between RFID (radio frequency identification) and proximity cards is that RFID is a type of data transmission technology, while a prox card is the actual credential used to store data.
What is the difference between MIFARE and proximity card?
Both proximity cards and MIFARE cards are used for access control, ticketing, attendance and more, but they each have different benefits. While proximity cards have no memory, MIFARE cards contain memory in addition to a microchip, and so are able to store information.