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HID 601X SIO Enabled UHF/iCLASS Card (6013, 6014)

HID 601X SIO Enabled UHF/iCLASS Card (6013, 6014)

HID 601X SIO Enabled UHF/iCLASS Card (6013, 6014)

Description

HIGHLY SECURE UHF LONG RANGE SMART CARD FOR PARKING & GATE APPLICATIONS

- Impressive read range - Ultra High Frequency (UHF) technology can be read from a distance of up to 5 meters depending on frequency, reader and environment.
- Highly secure - Secure Identity Object® (SIO) enabled, for multi-layered security beyond the card technology, protecting identity data from unauthorized access.
- Interoperable - Single card solution supports UHF and iCLASS SE® for use in mixed technology applications.
- Cost effective - Passive no-battery design does not require maintenance.HID 601X SIO Enabled UHF/iCLASS Composite PET Card


Extend your iCLASS® or iCLASS SE® access control solution to include long range parking and gate control. This dual technology solution conveniently supports door, parking and gate control on a single card credential.

HID Global's SIO® Enabled UHF/iCLASS Smart Card is the most secure UHF credential available. Data is password protected for safe storage of confidential or sensitive data in the tag's user memory. In addition, HID Global's Secure Identity Object® (SIO) data model adds an additional layer of encryption and authentication for advanced security and performance.

When branding and visual security are important, the SIO Enabled UHF/iCLASS Smart Card can be graphically enhanced with custom artwork, photo identification or anti-counterfeiting features such as holograms or micro-printing using a high definition print process.

Key Features:
Dynamic - Dual-technology smart card enables iCLASS architectures to seamlessly add long range parking and gate control.
Highly secure - UHF 860/960 Mhz technology features the Secure Identity Object (SIO) data model, providing an additional layer of security to protect identity data from unauthorized access.
Excellent read range - UHF technology can be read from a distance of up to three meters depending on frequency, reader and environment.