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RFID / NFC Card - MIFARE Classic 1K 13.56MHz / Proximity Card 125kHz - 10Pcs

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- If you are ordering more than 20 sets (200 cards), please do not select Other Logistics Provider, otherwise, you need to pay additional shipping charges.
- NFC cards may not work with iPhone application

*Contactless transmission of data and supply energy (no battery needed)
*Operating distance: Up to 100mm (depending on antenna geometry)
*Operating frequency: 125khz/13.56MHz
*Data transfer: 106kbit/s
*Data integrity: 16 Bit CRC, parity, bit coding bit counting anti-collision
*Typical ticketing transaction: <100ms ( including backup management)

*1Kbit, organized in 16 sectors, with each district with two passwords
*User-definable access conditions for each memory block
*Data retention of 10 years.
*Write endurance 100 000 cycles

*Individual key set per sector (per application) to support multi-application with key hierarchy
*Unique serial number for each device
*Transport key protects access to EEPROM on chip delivery

Key features
•Dimensions: 86 x 54mm
•Thickness: 0.88mm
•Material: PVC
•Data storage time: minimum 10 years
•Operating temperature: -20 to +60°C
•Stockage temperature: -20 to +65°C

Key applications
*Public transportation
*Access control
*Event ticketing
*Gaming & identity

MIFARE cards have three main differences from a standard proximity card:
- The frequency of a MIFARE card is 13.56 Mhz. A standard 1386 proximity card is 125KHz.
- The standard MIFARE card is factory programmed with a unique 32-bit serial number. This is a random number and does not contain a facility code. Most 26-bit proximity cards use a facility code within their configurations.
- A MIFARE card has memory for storing values (typically up to 1 kilobyte of data). A proximity card does not have the capacity to store values.

RFID Readers & Prox Card Readers
- It’s important to make sure your card readers can “read” technology cards that are 13.56 KHz; your readers may only be able to read the 125KHz frequency. Also, MIFARE cards come pre-encoded with a unique 32-bit number, so you will need to make sure your software can read 32-bit formats.

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