|Chip||LF: TK4100 ,EM4200,EM4305,EM4450,T5577 ,Hi-tag1,Hi-tag2.
HF: Fudan F08 1k/4k; M-F Classic 1k / 4k; N-tag213/215/216; M-F U-ltra-light /-C;
UHF: H3,M4QT,M4E,and so on..
Above chips are optional
|Size||standard size like credit : 85.5*54*0.76mm(without chip),
|Material||inkjet blank material or thermal blank material are optional|
|Operating Frequency||125khz,13.56mhz,860-960mhz are optional|
|Applications||payment, access control, business card, vip, ticket|
|Printing Type||Inkjet blank card printing by E-pson or Can-no Printer|
|Thermal blank card printing by Thermal printer like Far-go printer|
|Surface||smooth Glossy surface ,Matte Surface ,|
|Optional||adhesive sticker optional|
|Standard package||bags PP bag optional|
|Magnetic Stripe||Hico or Loco can choose, support magnetic with encoding|
ID card classification:
The specification of the ISO standard ID card is: 85.6x54x0.80±0.04mm (height/width/thickness). There are also some thick, thin or special-shaped cards on the market.
ID thick card: thickness>0.9mm, the size of standard card
Standard card: 85.6x54x0.80±0.04mm size, can be offset printing, silk screen printing, printing photos, etc.;
Special-shaped cards: different sizes, sizes, shapes, etc., can be offset printing, screen printing, printing photos, etc.;
ID card features:
The carrier frequency is 125KHz (THRC12) or 13.56MHz (THRC13); the modulation method of the card transmitting data to the card reader is load amplitude modulation; the data encoding in the card adopts the BPSK phase shift keying method with strong anti-interference ability; the card to the reader The data transfer rate is 3.9kbps (THRC12) or 6.62kbps (THRC13); the data storage uses EEPROM, and the data storage time is more than 10 years; the data storage capacity is 64 bits, including the manufacturer, issuer and user code; the card number is before sealing the card It cannot be changed after writing, and the uniqueness and security of the card number are absolutely guaranteed;
ID card application:
ID cards are generally used as user identification for access control or parking systems in weak current systems. Because they do not require a built-in power supply, they are contactless and have a long lifespan during use, so they are widely used in weak current systems. The emergence of ID cards basically eliminated the early magnetic cards or contact IC cards. However, since the ID card cannot write user data, its record content is limited to the card number and can only be written by the chip factory at a time. Developers can only read the card number and use it. It is impossible to formulate a new number management system according to the actual needs of the system. At the same time, since there is no content in the ID card, the card holder’s authority and system function operation must be completely dependent on the support of the computer network platform database. In addition, the basic consensus in the industry is that ID cards are not suitable for all-in-one cards, nor are they suitable for consumer systems. The biggest reason why ID cards cannot be used for consumption is the “credit” issue. Since the ID card has no key security authentication mechanism and cannot write to the card, all consumption data and amounts can only be stored in the computer database, and the computer is managed by personnel, there is a room for cheating in principle and mechanism. In addition, , In case of loss of consumption data due to computer problems, there will be catastrophic consequences. Therefore, it is impossible for consumers to recognize the authority (ie credit) of the ID card managed by the community. Too many financial disputes can only make the ID card consumption system unusable.