HID Prox & MIFARE® contactless smart cards

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This is a combo card that combines both technologies with two chips in one card.

The combo card stores your information securely.

Making it one of the most secure smart cards out there.

Description

Contactless smart card

The Mifare & Proximity card is a smart card.

Ultimately it is a combo card.

It combines smart card technology with the benefits of HID’s proximity smart card technology.

This allows for increased security and encryption of your important information.

Card solutions for:

  • Access control
  • Cashless vending
  • Public transportation
  • Event ticketing
  • Customer loyalty
  • Photo ID cards

If your business needs one of these. As a result, Easi-card has a solution for you that is safe & secure.

What does a combo card mean?

A combo card means that there are two chips in one card.

As a result, this includes the HID proximity and Mifare chip.

  • These cards have the ability to store many applications on a single smart card memory.
  • Your data is protected with encryption keys used in the mutual authentication process.
  • Therefore, no important data will be shared until the proximity smart card and reader have been authenticated together.

As a result, your information is secure and not accessible to the public.

Key features of Mifare & Proximity card

  • Multiple Formats – Supports all HID proximity card formats.
  • Transition Solution – You can add smart card applications to the existing HID proximity card technology access control system.
  • High Security – Authentication, data encryption and unique 32-bit serial number.
  • Proven, Reliable Technology – Offers extremely consistent proximity card read range. For example, you will have access when the proximity smart cards are close to keys and coins.
  • Multiple Memory Types – Available in MIFARE Classic 1K and 4K.
  • True Credit Card Thickness – Use with all direct image and thermal transfer printers.

What are contactless smart cards?

Firstly, contactless smart cards use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to wirelessly communicate with a card reader.

Secondly, a copper or aluminium antenna is connected to an integrated circuit (chip) and then securely laminated inside the plastic card body under high heat and pressure.

Lastly, there has been a worldwide adoption of contactless smart card technology. Because of the speed and convenience of RFID cards.

As a result, this has increased the usage of contactless smart cards:

  • Education
  • Identification
  • Retail
  • Transportation sectors

For more information please contact us.

Additional information

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