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Clamshell Access Control Cards

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Basic Types:

  • Clamshell Cards Q5
  • Clamshell Cards Unique/EM4102
  • 2080 iCLASS Clamshell Card Value Price 13.56 MHz Contactless Smart Card

Clamshell Info:

The Clamshell Card is a lower cost RFID card solution compared to the more sophisticated ISO Card. It is highly resistant to mechanical stress and the punch-slot allows for an easy fixing to lanyards etc.

The Clamshell Card provides an excellent reading distance compared to market standards.

HID iClass Clamshell Card Contactless Smart Card

HID’s iCLASS® Clamshell card provides 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card technology in a cost effective card package, with an ABS shell construction that provides durability in harsh environments. iCLASS provides enhanced security through encryption and mutual authentication while delivering the convenience, affordability and reliability of proximity technology for which HID is known worldwide.

Features:

  • 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card technology provides high-speed,reliable communications with high data integrity
  • Provides a cost effective way to improve the security of your access contro­lin­stal­la­tion
  • Constructed with ABS shell and PVC cover label, offering durable packaging
  • Available in 2k bit (256 Byte), two application area configuration only
  • Provides the HID standard access control application area and one other application area for user customization
  • iCLASS technology ensures high security with mutual authentication, encrypted data transfer, and 64-bit diversified keys for read/write capabilities
  • Any existing HID format can be factory or field programmed into the secure HID access control application area
  • Meets ISO 15693 standard for contactless communications
  • A PVC Overlay allows for on-site Photo ID production using most direct image printers