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125 kHz proximity RFID reader 13.56 MHz contactless Rfid card Reader

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125 kHz proximity RFID reader 13.56 MHz contactless Rfid card Reader
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MOQ:
>1
Payment:
T/T Western Union
Place of Origin:
China
Delivery time:
1 - 7 days
International standards:
ISO 14443A, ISO 15693, ISO 18000-6C
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Instructions for use

Method of installation and use

1. Connect with computer through USB interface directly. When the buzzer sounded, reader into the self-inspection. And the same time, LED turn into red means standby.

2. Open the output of computer software,such as Notepad\a word document or Excel sheets.

3. The mouse in Notepad or WORD document clicking.

4. Put tag on the top of reader, the software will output a data(card number) of the tag. When reading the tag, LED light change from red to green.

Detecting device is connected

Open the Device Manager of computer, If appears Humans Input Device that means Reader has successfully into computer.

Technical Parameters

Item Parameters
ModelR10DC(LF&HF Reader)
Frequency125Khz & 13.56Mhz
Support cards

-125Khz: Em4100,TK4100,SMC4001 and compatible card 

  13.56MHz:  MF(S50/S70/Ntag203 ect. 14443A protocols cards)

Output format10 digit dec(Defoult output format)
Size110mm×80mm×26mm
ColourBlack
InterfaceUSB
Power Supply DC 5V
Operating Distance0mm-100mm(related to the card or the environment)
Service Temperature-10℃ ~ +70℃
Store Temperature-20℃ ~ +80℃
Working humidity<90%
Read time<200ms
Read interval<0.5S
WeightAbout 160G
Cable length1400mm
Material of readerABS
Operating SystemWin XP\Win CE\Win 7\Win 10\LIUNX\Vista\Android
Indicators

Double Color LED (Red & Green) and Buzzer

 (“Red” means standby, “Green” means reader success)

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