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Ticket RFID Label UHF Tag Access Control
Place of origin : Fujian China ( mainland )
Brand name : Xminnov ODM or OEM
Tag Size: D30mm or customized
Chip: Impinj Mondza 4 QT
Frequency : 860 MHz-960 MHz
Protocol: ISO 18000-6C, Gen2 V1C1
International Standard: FCC, ETSI
Conduct Material: Aluminum Etching / FR4 Copper builtin
Substrate: paper,PET,PI,PP etc
Product Property: Optional of Tamper proof, Brittle antenna, Destructive aluminum etching, Fragile copper etching, Ink of silver Printing antenna based
Product Feature: Function of Non-transfer, Fragile,Tamper Evident, Anti-counterfeiting,non-transferable,break on antenna, break on chip,one time use, Disposable, Destructive IP Level, Waterproof, UV IR rays resistant, heat or temperature resistant and chemical resistant
The most common use of RFID in access control is in door entry systems for personnel. RFID-enabled tags are employed on a very basic level as the identification badges of the workers for any company or industry that uses access control systems. The information of a cardholder, object or reader is electronically stored in the RFID cards or tags, which can contain only small pieces of information such as identification numbers, prices or codes.
RFID systems are a reliable and maintenance-free option to control access rights. Authorized personnel gain access to an area by passing an RFID tag over a reader. Location-specific access rights can be granted and modified when necessary, and lost tags can be blocked.
Utilizing RFID technology for access control allows organizations to improve efficiency and enforce policies regarding access and attendance. All identification data are stored in a central database and can be updated quickly and easily when necessary, especially in cases where permission status changes or where ID cards (or their data) have been stolen.
Multiple-Use Ticket (book of tickets)