RF (Radio Frequency) Card is a touch-free card that uses a wireless frequency. With an embedded RF chip and antenna, the card can transmit data to a terminal.
Most RF Cards on the market use a low frequency of 125KHz, or a high frequency of 13.56MHz. Low frequency cards (125KHz) are classified into TEMIC and EM cards, depending on the type of chip inside the card.
Security companies, such as S-One, CAPS, or KT Telecop, generally issue these cards.
High frequency cards (13.56MHz; RF Smart Cards) use Philips (Milfare) or Infineon chips that have been certified to ISO14443A/B.
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|CPU||:||32 Bit RISC CPU|
|Card Capacity||:||Default (2M) : 10,000 / Option (4M) : 20,000|
|Event Log Data||:||20,000|
|Card||:||125 KHz proximity card|
|LCD display||:||128 ¡¿ 64 Graphic Display LCD|
|Communications||:||TCP/IP, 2 RS-232C, 1 Wiegand, 1 RS-485|
|Lock Control||:||2 ports control motor lock or 1 port control EM/Strike/Deadbolt lock|
|Power Consumption||:||Max DC 12V / 450mA|
|Operation Environment||:||-20 ~ 50¡ÆC / Lower than 90% RH (Non-condensing)|
|Verification (1:1) Time||:||< 0.1 sec|
|Available S/W||:||Access control, Time & Attendance|
|Dimension||:||140(W) X 89(H) X 28(D) mm|