How to buy ISO14443A reader ?

The ISO14443A Protocol HF reader can read NXP Mifare Classic 1k, mifare classice 4k, Mifare ultrailight,Mifare Desfire EV1 2K /4K/ 8K,Mifare Desfire EV2 2K/ 4K /8K,Mifare Plus 2k 4k 8k,Mifare Plus SE 2k /4k/ 8k and Ntag 213 card/tag. Some HF reader support both ISO14443A and ISO 15693,but some HF reader don't support both HF card/tag. Please contact our RFID expert before you buy it. ISO14443A reader designed upon the fully self-intellectual property and supports fast tag read/write operation with a high identification rate. It can be widely applied in many RFID application systems such as personnel identification, conference attendance system, access control, anti-counterfeit and industrial production process control system.

ISO14443A reader is the best advantage for financial transactions application. To protect against someone intercepting data sent from a RFID tag to a RFID reader, the read distance is designed to be very short—a few inches.

ISO14443A Mifare desktop readers are equipped with high capability chip, processor, security and electric monitor. The reader can communicate with PC by means of USB interface plug and play no driver required just a port monitoring software like HyperTerminal. It is of high capability, anti-jamming, small size, and good quality, which brings more convenience.

The advanced tag processing algorithm, high identification rate makes your process quickly and securely DO RFID reader manufacturer is the biggest RFID manufacturer in China. Our RFID readers comply with all standards in the market such as the ISO 14443A, ISO 15693, ISO18000, etc.

The RFID reader frequencies cover 125khz,13.56mhz and 860-928mhz.

Our RFID reader series including multiprotocol for 13.56 MHz NFC / RFID communications as ISO / IEC 14443 Type A or B, ISO / IEC 15693, ISO / IEC 18092, and NFC Forum protocols. Responses are read by the RFID reader, and via a variety of protocols, the RFID reader can communicate with all the RFID tags in its field. These RFID readers will regularly be pretty simple devices, using the power supply of the host gear and connected using simple data exchange protocols. At this speed, the reader ends up with exactly one chance to exchange tag data; there is no room for error whatsoever. Many organizations require that their vendors place RFID tags on all shipments to improve supply chain management.

This combination of RFID real-time locating system hardware and software presents a powerful data collection tool for facilities looking for to improve operational effectiveness and limit costs. RFID accommodates the continuously rising requirements for statistics transparency in applications such as tracking and tracing, asset management, supply chain management, and production. These range from the simplest sort of pen-style devices that can plug straight into a USB port, delivering their results via a simple keyboard simulator to more complex devices with a complex set of instructions permitting the application to control just how and when the reader be activated. You can browse through a giant decision of new RFID reader devices on our website.

Some of our RFID readers and gateways are devices that power and communicate wirelessly with tags and supplying data to operating-system software. Users can transmit data back to a server by the mobile device's Wi-Fi connectivity, or by using a cell connection, or acquire the data locally, off the network, and synch upon rejoining the network. An RFID system can require desktop readers, integrated readers, and even handheld Bluetooth-enabled devices. RFID also measures a customer's set-out fee and offers insight as to the wide variety of carts serviced by using each waste series vehicle. Application software sends manage instructions to connectivity devices and receives tag data, giving companies access to all the information collected. The RFID tag receives the message and then responds with its identification and other information. In far-field applications, the range between the tag and reader is greater than 30 cm—and in fact, can be up to numerous tens of meters. Real-time facts are stored and archived to make use of historical reporting performance and to prove compliance with a number of industry regulations.

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