The NXP MIFARE Ultralight® C proximity IC is a cost-effective solution using the open 3DES cryptographic standard for chip authentication and data access.
The widely adopted 3DES standard enables easy integration into existing infrastructures and the integrated authentication command set provides effective cloning protection that helps to prevent counterfeit of tags.
NXP Semiconductors has developed the MIFARE Ultralight C – Contactless ticket IC MF0ICU2 to be used in a contactless smart ticket or smart card in combination with Proximity Coupling Devices (PCD). Tickets, vouchers or tags based on MIFARE Ultralight C can act as single trip mass transit tickets, event tickets or as low-cost loyalty cards and are also used for device authentication.
MIFARE Ultralight C operates according to the ISO/IEC 14443 A standard, allowing an operating distance of up to 10 cm with true anti-collision support. It also offers extended user memory compared to MIFARE Ultralight EV1 and a range of additional security features previously unavailable on low-cost contactless ICs. Existing MIFARE Ultralight C product-based solutions benefit from the same authentication commands as being used for MIFARE DESFire EV1. The MIFARE Ultralight C is furthermore compliant to the NFC Tag type 2.
We produced the MIFARE Ultralight C card with printed logo or without. Why choose us?
1 Manufacturer, Custom printing
2 Free sample for testing
3 High quality, Competitive price, and Fast delivery
4 Individuation packing for your marketing promotion & convenient to re-seller
Do you have a request for MIFARE Ultralight C card personalization? We can also custom it for you, here is some craft for reference:
Offset printing, Silkscreen printing, UV printing, Laser engrave code printing, Inkjet printing, DOD printing, Thermal printing, Scratch off panel, Magnetic stripe, Barcode/QR code, Embossing, Hologram, Hole punch, Hot stamp (gold/silver), Laser silver/gold, etc.
Encoding info into MIFARE Ultralight® Chip Card
Customized information or data could be encoded into the microchip. With doing this, customers could put some corresponding information into the cards to make sure they are running on the right system and belong to the right person.
MIFARE® and MIFARE Ultralight® have registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license.