RFID badges usually use for door access, time clocks, point of sale, and computer sign-on. RFID technology is RFID card communication via radio waves to exchange data between an RFID reader. RFID badges for the purpose of identification and tracking.
Various RFID frequency bands are utilized in RFID badges today
125 kHz (LF) - Common proximity card format used for employee badges and door and gate access control.
13.56 MHz (HF) - Higher security format used for credit cards and employee badges for physical and logical access control.
860-960 MHz (UHF) - UHF cards have a read range of up to 50 feet used for identification, access control, and transaction processes.
RFID badges in various forms, like RFID Tags, RFID cards, or RFID keyfobs provide secure access to employees or residents. Vehicles with RFID Tags on windshields or simply in a driver's possession also allow secure authorization and entry to private gated communities, apartments, or private parking lots.
This proximity RFID ID badge card is made of sturdy PVC and works seamlessly with standard UHF Gen 2 systems. Yes, we can custom the ID badge with two or three RFID chips, so our RFID ID badge able use for different systems. It can be used to identify employees, contractors, vendors, and others in government buildings, military bases, hospitals, banks, credit card companies, insurance companies in fact all businesses and institutions that work with sensitive information or significant sums of money. Proximity cards may also be a suitable choice when selecting ID cards for students and school employees.