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  1. ATA5577 Card or T5567 Card
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    ATA5577 cards, or T5567 cards, are contactless RFID cards operating in low frequency, 125 kHz. The data transmission mode of these cards is read/write.

    ATA5577 or T5567 cards have a password-protected memory of 36 bytes and a unique identifier (UID). Furthermore, when programmed, the card memory becomes read-only.

    They are used for access control and identification at hotels and hospitality facilities, companies, schools and universities; attendance control at companies; and in waste management for opening access-controlled bins using RFID cards.

    ATA5577 or T5567 cards are available in three different materials (PVC, PETG and wood) in the following sizes: 86 mm x 54 mm x 0.86 mm for PVC and PETG, 86 mm x 54 mm x 1.3 mm for wood. 

  2. ATC1024 Card
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    ATC1024 cards are contactless RFID cards operating in HF at 13.56 MHz. 

    They comply with the ISO 15693 standard, which regulates the operation of so-called vicinity cards, contactless cards capable of being read at long distances. Indeed, ATC1024 cards offer a read/write distance of up to 70 cm, which also depends on the reader, environment and type of application. 

    Equipped with a memory of about 1 kB and a UID, they are very safe, because the chip protects the stored data using three encryption keys (3DES, DES, LEGIC). 

    ATC1024 cards are used for several projects concerning access control and identification. 

    They are available in three different materials (PVC, PETG and wood) in the following sizes: 86 mm x 54 mm x 0.86 mm for PVC and PETG, 86 mm x 54 mm x 1.3 mm for wood.

  3. ATC256 Card
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    ATC256 cards are HF RFID cards operating at 13.56 MHz. Their use is regulated by the ISO 15693 standard, which regulates the operation of vicinity cards, that is, contactless cards that can be read at greater distances than proximity cards. In particular, the operating distance of ATC256 cards can reach up to 70 cm depending on the reader, environment and type of application. 

    These cards have a dynamically segmented 224-byte memory, and a unique identifier. Three encryption keys (AES 128/256 bits, 3DES, Legic) offer high levels of security.

    ATC256 cards are ideal for access control at hospitality facilities and ticketing (events and public transport). 

    They are available in three materials (PVC, PETG and wood) in the following sizes: 86 mm x 54 mm x 0.86 mm for PVC and PETG, 86 mm x 54 mm x 1.3 mm for wood.

  4. ATC4096 Card
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    ATC4096 cards are contactless cards operating in HF at 13.56 MHz. They comply with the ISO 14443 A standard, which defines the operation of cards used for electronic ticketing, access control, identification and payment systems.

    Equipped with a dynamically segmented memory of 4096 bytes and a unique identifier, these cards can hold as many as 127 applications on a single chip. Their operating distance (read/write) is 10 cm.

    ATC4096 cards offer high security standards. Indeed, the chip protects stored data using four different cryptographic keys (128/256-bit AES, 3DES, DES or Legic). 

    They are ideal for all applications concerning access control, attendance control, payments and ticketing.

    ATC4096 cards are available in three different materials (PVC, PETG and wood) in the following sizes: 86 mm x 54 mm x 0.86 mm for PVC and PETG, 86 mm x 54 mm x 1.3 mm for wood.

  5. CL001 clear disk
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    CL001 is a clear disk tag, a special disc-shaped RFID tag consisting of a laminate or PVC layer enclosed between two transparent PET sheets. The CL001 hard tag is a semi-finished product that provides basic protection against mechanical damage. With its small size, minimal weight — it has a diameter of 20 mm, a thickness of 0.5 mm and weighs just 0.16 grams — and special design, it is ideal for embedding in a wide range of non-metal surfaces, and can be applied quickly and easily using the convenient adhesive film. Transparent and available in LF and HF, it can be customised with a logo using offset and silkscreen printing, while serial numbering can be applied using inkjet technology. 

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