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|Compatible Protocols:||ISO15693, ISO14443A, ISO18000-3M3||Working Voltage:||DC 5V|
|Max Power Consumption:||0.48W||Dimension:||50*45*10mm|
RL861 is a kind of desktop using plug and play USB RFID reader writer which supports NFC Forum Type 2 Tag. With built-in antenna and all-in-one design, it is able to realize read and write function together. The compatible NFC Forum Type 2 Tags are NTAG21x (NFC), MIFARE Ultralight, MIFARE Ultralight C. Also, it is a multiple protocols reader writer which supports ISO15693, ISO 14443A, ISO 18000-3M3.
|Operating Frequency||13.56 MHz (±7KHz)|
|Compatible Protocols||ISO15693, ISO 14443A/B, ISO 18000-3M3 and NFC|
I Code ILT / I Code SLI / I Code SLIX / I Code SLIX2; NTAG21x (NFC),MIFARE Classic 1K/4K,MIFARE Ultralight,
MIFARE Ultralight C,MIFARE Ultralight EV1;
TI tag-it HF Plus / TI tag-it HF Pro / Tag-it HF standard; FM1208
|Reading Range||ISO 15693||8cm|
|Working Voltage||DC 5V (USB power supply)|
|Max Power Consumption||0.48W|
What are the differences between NFC and RFID?
RFID is the process by which items are uniquely identified using radio waves, and NFC is a specialized subset within the family of RFID technology. Specifically, NFC is a branch of High-Frequency (HF) RFID, and both operate at the 13.56 MHz frequency. NFC is designed to be a secure form of data exchange, and an NFC device is capable of being both an NFC reader and an NFC tag. This unique feature allows NFC devices to communicate peer-to-peer.