Wholesale Contactless Wall Mount RFID Reader 13.56MHz RFID Card Reader Integrated RFID Reader For Access Control
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a prominent technology for a wide array of applications, from inventory tracking to payment processing. When it comes to security, RFID door lock systems are very common for access control, as they provide a reliable, consistent experience with trackable data. Unlike other forms of traditional access control such as swipe cards, RFID locking systems are contactless, meaning that the credential doesn’t have to touch the reader for it to work.
Similar to a barcode reader, RFID readers work by sending and receiving data, but instead of having to scan a code, the data is transmitted over radio frequencies. An RFID door locking system requires RFID tags, antennas, an RFID reader, and a transceiver in order to function as a complete system.
In an RFID door lock access control system, the user’s credential (usually a keycard or fob with an RFID chip) contains unique identifying information called a tag. When the user comes within proximity of a reader, the reader’s signal locates the information stored on the user’s RFID tag, and sends it through antennas and transceivers to authorize the tag in the access control system. Once read, the system will either accept or deny the request to unlock the door. Data from an RFID-enabled system is automatically stored, making it possible to track entry activity in an access control system.
RL17W passive 13.56MHz HF RFID reader and writer have high sensitivity reading and writing performance and fast anti-collision processing algorithm. At the same time, the product supports electronic labels from multiple manufacturers that meet the ISO 15693,ISO 18000-3M1 protocol standard.
Able to read multiple cards simultaneously;
Operating Frequency: 13.56 MHz (±7KHz) with Complied with ISO 15693,ISO 18000-3M1 Protocols;
Communication Interface: RS232/RS485/WG26/WG34;
ISO 15693,ISO 18000-3M1
HF Micro-Power Reader Series is widely used in desktop card issuance, access control, electronic bills, library and financial usages;
You may have heard the term “Wiegand RFID reader” elsewhere. Wiegand systems operate with magnets, not radio waves, and are entirely separate from RFID.