RFID PVC Coin Tag
RFID PVC Coin Tag Descriptions:
RFID PVC Coin Tag packaged chip coil is similar to the work permits, portrait cards, bank cards. It can be marking, printing, and have two kinds with light and matte.
RFID PVC Coin Tag is suitable for access control, public transportation, parking, authentication, attendance management, ticket, card payment, product identification and so on.
The common chips include EM4100, MF 1 S50，MF 1 S70，I-CODE2，Ultralight, F08.
The diameter of the RFID PVC Coin Tag is usually 15mm/20mm/25mm/30mm.
|Material||PET, ABS, etc|
|Chip||ntag213, NTAG213, NTAG216, Topaz 512, Fudan 08, Ultralight (C),|
|Crafts Available||Data encoding, Logo printed and laser number printed, etc|
|Shipping Details||Generally, 3 days for DHL/FedEx/UPS,10 days for air shipping,18 days for sea shipping.|
|Payment Terms||TT, PayPal, WEST UNION, L/C.|
|Common Chip Types||Protocol||Capacity||Anti-collision||Function|
|Available 125KHz Chip|
|TK4100||/||64 bit||No||Read Only|
|EM4200||/||128 bit||No||Read Only|
|Available 13.56MHz Chip|
|NTAG 213||ISO14443A||180 byte||No||Read/Write|
|NTAG 215||ISO14443A||540 byte||No||Read/Write|
|NTAG 216||ISO14443A||924 byte||No||Read/Write|
|MIFARE Classic 1K||ISO14443A||1 KB||No||Read/Write|
|MIFARE Classic 4K||ISO14443A||4 KB||No||Read/Write|
|MIFARE Plus S 1K||ISO14443A||2 KB/4 KB||No||Read/Write|
|MIFARE Ultralight EV1||ISO14443A||48 byte||No||Read/Write|
|MIFARE Ultralight C||ISO14443A||144 byte||No||Read/Write|
|ICODE SLIX||ISO15693||896 bit||Yes||Read/Write|
|Available 860-960MHz Chip|
|Alien H3||ISO18000-6C||512 bit||Yes||Read/Write|
|Other chips are also available.|
|NTAG are registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license.ICODE are registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license.MIFARE and MIFARE Classic are trademarks of NXP B.V.MIFARE and MIFARE Ultralight are registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license.MIFARE and MIFARE Plus have registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used under license.|
access control, hotel locks, staff attendance, and school campus access and payment control, identification and security systems, parking lot entry and payment, social security management, transportation payment, municipal and ancillary service payment, etc.