ID SWING GATE 1600

RFID Cards from iDTRONIC

Highlights

  • RFID chip cards for access control and time recording
  • Radio standard: Mifare Ultralight 13,56 MHz (Hitag 1/2/S, EM4200-4550, MIFARE ® Classic/Plus/Ultralight/DESFire, NTAG213/215/216, LEGIC Prime & Advant, I-Code SLI S/X, Temic 5577)
  • Different frequency ranges: LF und HF
  • Extensive personalization options (metallic colors, engraving, coding, embossing, magnetic strip, signature field)

RFID Cards from iDTRONIC

ID SWING GATE 1600

Highlights

  • RFID chip cards for access control and time recording
  • Radio standard: Mifare Ultralight 13,56 MHz (Hitag 1/2/S, EM4200-4550, MIFARE ® Classic/Plus/Ultralight/DESFire, NTAG213/215/216, LEGIC Prime & Advant, I-Code SLI S/X, Temic 5577)

  • Different frequency ranges: LF and HF
  • Extensive personalization options (metallic colors, engraving, coding, embossing, magnetic strip, signature field)

Application areas

Our RFID membership cards provide secure and convenient solutions for swimming pools, fitness studios, spas, amusement parks, indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks, and health centers. They enable contactless access and control of various applications such as access control, time tracking, and cashless payment.

With high data security and modern technology, our RFID membership cards enhance the user experience in your facilities.

Application areas

Our RFID membership cards provide secure and convenient solutions for swimming pools, fitness studios, spas, amusement parks, indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks, and health centers. They enable contactless access and control of various applications such as access control, time tracking, and cashless payment.

With high data security and modern technology, our RFID membership cards enhance the user experience in your facilities.

Technical data

Technical data

RFID Printers

Primacy 2

CS-200e

DTC 1500

DC 2300

DC 7600

RFID Printers

Primacy 2

CS-200e

DTC 1500

DC 2300

DC 7600

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions about RFID chip cards

At our company iDTRONIC WELL FIT RFID smart cards can be designed, customized and purchased. Available RFID cards can be used for various applications, such as: Membership cards for gyms, access cards for swimming pools, spas and thermal baths, key cards for lockers in gyms and leisure pools, lift cards, charging cards for e-mobility applications.

RFID plastic cards can be easily equipped with different RFID chips, customized designs, and application-specific functions as needed.

Here is an overview of all the options:

  • Printed in your company or institution’s individual corporate design (high-quality CMYK offset printing, optionally with special colors/finishes)
  • Writable fields, photo ID, name personalization
  • Card perforations for attachment to a lanyard/keychain
  • Professional encoding: UIDs, employee numbers, access rights, balance, etc.
  • Hybrid solutions are also possible: Additional integration of QR/barcodes, magnetic stripes (LoCo, HiCo, Super HicCo), or dual-chip cards (2 RFID chips with different frequency ranges, e.g., UHF for parking access, HF for building access, etc.)

In addition to the production of secure RFID chip cards, we also provide the correct encoding services to ensure that your plastic cards with chips are properly written and can be recognized and read by your readers as intended.

Initializing RFID cards

This process involves writing the card with static personalization without individualization. For example, applications are loaded onto the card, and basic settings are made.

Encoding RFID cards

This process involves storing individual data of different card users on the cards. This allows authorizations to be associated with the cardholder and can be properly recognized. During chip encoding, custom-developed applications or just the UID number can be stored on the RFID card. We are happy to prepare the data sets according to your requirements with our encoding service.

Here are some examples of applications for RFID chip cards:

  • Access control
  • Hotel cards
  • Time tracking
  • Membership cards
  • Student ID cards
  • Library cards
  • Employee/Company ID cards
  • Customer loyalty cards
  • Visitor passes / Ticketing
  • Public transportation
MIFARE® Classic (EV 1 | 1k/4k) 13.56 MHz

Classic applications: multifunctional employee/visitor/membership/student ID cards (access control, time tracking, cashless payment, e.g., in the cafeteria/snack vending machines).

MIFARE® DESFire (EV2 | 2k/4k/8k) 13.56 MHz

Offers even more security than MIFARE® Classic EV1 with authentication and CC EAL5+ certification, supports up to 28 applications on one card.

Commonly used in applications with payment functionality, such as public transportation, parking management, season passes/ticketing.

LEGIC prime/advant (13.56 MHz)

Various memory sizes, versatile use due to freely programmable/variable segment lengths, large LEGIC partner network.

Common applications: Season passes/yearly passes, public transportation, event ticketing, customer loyalty, multi-applications, etc.

NTAG (13.56 MHz) – NFC, IoT

With NFC-enabled smartphones, you can read information, access websites, and start IoT applications.

Common applications: Ideal for advertising and sales promotion at the point of sale.

HITAG (13.56 MHz) – NFC, IoT

Hitag 1 [LF | 125 kHz | 256 bytes]

Hitag 2 [LF | 125 kHz | 32 bytes]

EM Microelectronic

EM4200 [LF | 125 kHz | 8 bytes, read-only]

EM4105 [LF | 125 kHz | 16 bytes, read-only]

EM4150 [LF | 125 kHz | 125 bytes, read-only]

EM4169 [LF | 125 kHz | 16 bytes, read-only]

EM4450/EM4550 [LF | 125 kHz | 1125 bytes, read-only]

Hybrid cards, also known as dual-chip cards, are plastic cards that contain two different RFID chips, allowing two chip technologies to be combined in a single medium. This enables the use of two RFID chip technologies with different frequency ranges to expand the application capabilities of the cards. For example, UHF (up to ten meters) can be used for parking access, while HF (up to 10 cm) can be used for building access. If needed, it is also possible to integrate an additional QR/barcode or magnetic stripe. With the use of different chip technologies, these cards provide a broader range of applications through a single medium, offering an all-in-one solutio
Compared to contact-based cards, RFID plastic cards differ in that they can be read or written to without physical contact with the reader. This allows for reduced card wear and a longer lifespan. Additionally, during the production process, the chip of an RFID card is encapsulated within the card through lamination, making it “invisible” to the user from the outside.

NFC stands for Near Field Communication and also uses RFID protocols.

The main difference between the technologies is that an NFC device can act not only as a reader but also as a tag or card (Card Emulation Mode). In Peer-to-Peer mode, NFC devices can also exchange information with each other.

NFC operates at the same frequency as HF RFID systems, which is 13.56 MHz.

The RFID chip card functions similarly to any other RFID transponder. An RFID transponder consists of an antenna and a chip that stores all the data. When the RFID card is held near a reader, the electrical field provides power to the card through induction. This allows the RFID card to transmit data using the antenna

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions about RFID Chip Cards

Bei unserem Unternehmen iDTRONIC WELL FIT können RFID Chipkarten entworfen, individuell gestaltet und erworben werden. Zur Verfügung stehen RFID Karten können für verschiedene Anwendungen, wie z. B.: Mitgliedskarten für Fitnessstudios, Zutrittskarten für Schwimm-, Spa- und Thermalbäder, Schlüsselkarten für Spinds in Fitnessstudios und Freizeitbädern, Liftkarten, Ladekarten für E-Mobility Anwendungen.

RFID plastic cards can be easily equipped with different RFID chips, customized designs, and application-specific functions as needed.

Here is an overview of all the options:

  • Printed in your company or institution’s individual corporate design (high-quality CMYK offset printing, optionally with special colors/finishes)
  • Writable fields, photo ID, name personalization
  • Card perforations for attachment to a lanyard/keychain
  • Professional encoding: UIDs, employee numbers, access rights, balance, etc.
  • Hybrid solutions are also possible: Additional integration of QR/barcodes, magnetic stripes (LoCo, HiCo, Super HicCo), or dual-chip cards (2 RFID chips with different frequency ranges, e.g., UHF for parking access, HF for building access, etc.)

In addition to the production of secure RFID chip cards, we also offer the proper encoding service to ensure that your chip-embedded plastic cards are correctly programmed and can be recognized and read by your readers as desired.

Initializing RFID cards

This process involves writing static personalization data to the cards without individualization. Tasks such as loading applications and configuring basic settings are performed during this stage.

Encoding RFID cards

During this process, individual data of different card users is stored on the cards. This allows permissions to be associated with the cardholder and recognized correctly. Custom applications or only the UID number can be stored on the RFID card during chip encoding. We are pleased to prepare data sets according to your requirements with our encoding service

  • Access control
  • Hotel cards
  • Time tracking
  • Membership cards
  • Student/ID cards
  • Library cards
  • Employee/Company ID cards
  • Customer cards
  • Visitor passes/Ticketing
  • Public transportation

MIFARE ® Classic (EV 1 | 1k/4k) 13.56 MHz

Classic applications: multifunctional employee/visitor/membership/student cards (access control, time tracking, cashless payment, e.g., in the cafeteria/snack vending machine).

MIFARE ® DESFire (EV2 | 2k/4k/8k) 13.56 MHz

More security than MIFARE ® Classic EV1 due to authentication and CC EAL5+ certification, up to 28 applications on one card.

Commonly used in applications with payment functions, e.g., public transportation, parking management, season tickets/ticketing.

LEGIC prime/ advant (13.56 MHz)

Various memory sizes, versatile use with freely programmable/variable segment lengths, extensive LEGIC partner network.

Common applications: season tickets/yearly passes, public transportation, event ticketing, customer loyalty, multi-applications, etc.

NTAG (13.56 MHz) – NFC, IoT

With NFC-enabled smartphones, additional information can be read, websites accessed, and IoT applications launched.

Common applications: Ideal for advertising and sales promotion at the point-of-sale.

HITAG (13.56 MHz) – NFC, IoT

Hitag 1 [LF | 125 kHz | 256 bytes]

Hitag 2 [LF | 125 kHz | 32 bytes]

EM Microelectronic

EM4200 [LF | 125 kHz | 8 bytes, read-only]

EM4105 [LF | 125 kHz | 16 bytes, read-only]

EM4150 [LF | 125 kHz | 125 bytes, read-only]

EM4169 [LF | 125 kHz | 16 bytes, read-only]

Hybrid cards or also known as dual-chip cards are plastic cards that incorporate two different RFID chips, combining two chip technologies into one medium. This allows for the use of two RFID chip technologies with different frequency ranges, expanding the application possibilities of the cards. For example, UHF (up to ten meters) can be used for parking garage access, while HF (up to 10 cm) can be used for building access. If needed, an additional QR/barcode or magnetic stripe can also be integrated. The use of different chip technologies enables a broader range of applications with just one medium, making it an all-in-one solution
Compared to contact-based cards, RFID plastic cards differ in that they can be read or written to without physical contact with the reader. This allows for reduced wear and tear on the cards and, in turn, increases their lifespan. Additionally, during the production process, the chip of an RFID card is encapsulated within the card’s layers, making it “invisible” to the user from the outside.
NFC stands for Near-Field Communication and also utilizes RFID protocols.

The main difference between the technologies is that an NFC device can act not only as a reader but also as a tag or card (Card Emulation Mode). In Peer-to-Peer mode, it also enables the transfer of information between two NFC cards.

NFC operates at the same frequency as HF RFID systems, which is 13.56 MHz

The RFID chip card functions similarly to any other RFID transponder. An RFID transponder consists of an antenna and a chip where all the data is stored. When the RFID card is held near a reader, the electrical field provides power to the card through induction. This allows the RFID card to transmit data using the antenna.

Do you have any questions about our products?

Maximilian Weber
– Key Account Manager WELL FIT –

Do you have any questions about our products?