Chip Model: NXP Ultralight, NXP Ultralight C, NXP Ntag 213/215/216, Topaz 512.
Protocol: ISO 14443A
Frequency: 13.56 Mhz
EPPROM: 512 bits, 192 bytes, 168 bytes, 512 bytes.
Reading range: up to 10cm
Data transmission rate: 106 k bit/s
Write endurance: 100000 times
Material: Hard PVC material
Size: 54*24mm, 70*40mm, 35*26mm, 50*35mm, 86*54mm, or as request
Thickness: 0.76mm, 1.0mm, 1.5 mm
3. Working Environment
Working life: 5 years
Store temperature: -25 ℃ ~50 ℃
Humidity: 20% ~ 90%RH
Working temperature: -40 ℃~ 65 ℃
Printing and Laser Logo, Bar code and Serial numbers.
Door control access, identify information, data transfer, e-tickets, e-wallet.
Mifare Ultralight RFID tag/ Mifare NFC tag/ Mifare S70 rfid tag/ Mifare S50 rfid tag
Mifare tag/Mifare 1K tag/Mifare 4K tag
Mifare Ultralight C/Mifare ultralight tag/rfid tag
What Is NFC Used For ?
NFC can be thought of like putting a hyperlink on objects in the real word. NFC can be used for a wide variety of things, see some common examples below:
Marketing & Advertising - Consumers can get more information or coupons by touching an NFC tag. In turn, the company managing the tags can get analytics on their consumers.
Access Control - NFC tags can be used for users to gain entry into controlled environments. In addition, analytics can be gathered about where the user goes within that controlled space.
Mobile Payments - Users can pay for items and receive coupons using their mobile phone.
Mobile Phone Task Launcher - NFC tags can be used to launch actions within a mobile device such as calling a phone number or setting an alarm.