Overview 13.56 mhz rfid card
Public transportation, access control, event tickets, gaming, and identity management are some of the most common uses.
A MIFARE card operates at a frequency of 13.56 Mhz.
The typical MIFARE card is pre-programmed with a unique 32-bit serial number that is generated at the factory. This is a random number that does not contain any information about the facility. The facility code is used by the majority of 26-bit proximity cards in their setups.
A MIFARE card is equipped with memory for storing data (typically up to 1 kilobyte of data). A proximity card does not have the ability to save any values on its memory card.
Specifications of 13.56 mhz rfid card:
- Data transmission and energy delivery without the use of contact (no battery needed)
- Distance between the two devices: up to 100mm (depending on antenna geometry)
- Operating frequency: 13.56 MHz
- Data transfer rate: 106 Kbits per second
- The following data integrity measures are in place: 16 Bit CRC, parity check, bit coding, bit counting anti-collision
- A typical ticketing transaction takes approximately 100 milliseconds ( including backup management)
- 1Kbit, grouped into 16 sectors, with two passwords for each district
- Each memory block has access conditions that can be customized by the user.
- Data is retained for a period of ten years.
- Write “endurance 100 000 cycles” in the text box.
- Each sector (each application) has its own key set, allowing for multi-application support with a key hierarchy.
- Each device has its own unique serial number.
- The transport key prevents unauthorized access to the EEPROM during chip delivery.
Key Fetures of 13.56 mhz rfid card:
- Measurements are 86 x 54mm.
- Thickness: 0.88 millimeters
- PVC is the material used.
- At least ten years of data storage is required.
- Operating temperature range: -20 to +60 degrees Celsius.
- Temperature range for storage: -20 to +65°C.
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