13.56 MHz Physical Access “How to Order” Guide

13.56 MHz Physical Access “How to Order” Guide
13.56 MHz
Physical Access
Contactless Technology
How to Order Guide
D00529, Release E.2
November 2012
The most current version of this document is available for download at:
http://www.hidglobal.com/documents/1356mhz_htog_en.pdf
To check order status go to:
http://www.hidglobal.com > Knowledge Center > Customer Support > Customer Order Status.
For Contact cards, 3rd Party Contact-Chips and embeddable cards with or without contact chip,
see the Logical Access How to Order Guide.
For Embedded products, see the Embedded How to Order Guide.
HID, HID Global, iCLASS, SmartID, OEM75, FlexSmart, Fargo, OMNIKEY and eProx are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of HID Global Corporation, or its licensors, in the U.S. and other countries.
MIFARE, MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE DESFire EV1 are trademarks or registered trademarks of NXP B.V. and are used
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This document is subject to change without notice.
13.56 MHz How to Order Guide – D00529, E.2
Document History
Date
11/28/12
Author
SA / MB
6/25/12
SA / DD
2/16/12
1/24/11
9/26/11
SA
SA
DD, SA
4/29/11
DN
02/23/11
DD, LD, KB
11/17/10
DD, LD
10/26/10
DD
09/07/10
DD
November 2012
Description
Added references to MIFARE DESFire EV1 & iCLASS 32k /HITAG1,
iCLASS 32k/HITAG2
Removed references to MIFARE DESFire 0.6
Added MIFARE Classic + DESFire EV1 combination
Add references to MIFARE DESFire combination card. Updated the
Corporate 1000 form to include new Table 1 Heading Description. Update to
multiCLASS with EM4102 page, correcting MIFARE CSN & EM4102
options.
Update description for 232/242 and 252/262
Updated 1450/1456 and 1451/1457 adding note regarding 4K memory size
Added
HADP Configurations
23 = Buffer one to 11 Keys for Keypad Readers
Universal Power Supply – Indala ProxSmith
iCLASS SE (SIO-Enabled) Card Overview Changed
RK40 & RPK40 from Rev B to C
232/242 iCLASS / Other HF Combination Card
256/262 iCLASS / Other 13.56MHz / Prox Combination Card
Credentials option page refinements
Removed
Alternate configuration options (MIFARE DESFire)
Added Programming Platform Ordering Guide, removed 2210-0305
Magnetic Read Head Replacement from Accessories
Added
- 232, 242, 252 and 262 Combination Cards
- EV1 / MIFARE readers
- Removed references to HADP
- RPK40 – changed from Rev A to C
- Added 6220 / 6225 (RM40/RMP40) readers
- High Frequency Migration Readers – added alternative configuration
options
- iCLASS / multiCLASS Rijkspas Compliant Read-Only and OSDP Readers
- Reader Wiegand Output – Changed model numbers
- Removed SmartTOUCH Biometric Readers
- Removed MIFARE Reader Wiegand
- EdgeReader Solo ESR40 – changed from Rev A to B
- 13.56 MHz Accessories
- multiCLASS US Government FIPS201 w/Magstripe Ordering Page –
added non-G3.0 Wiegand options. Changed RPK40 – FIPS201 from B to A
revision.
- EM4102 Format – update footnotes 3 and 4
- multiCLASS Magstripe Ordering Page
- multiCLASS US Government FIPS201 w/Magstripe Ordering Page
Revised MIFARE DESFire EV1 Ordering
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Contents
Overview .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
13.56 MHz Reader ............................................................................................................................................................................................................5
iCLASS Credentials...........................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Basics of Ordering iCLASS Contactless Smart Credentials ......................................................................................................... 9
Credentials ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
200/210 - iCLASS Card Ordering Guide ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
202/212 - Combination Card (iCLASS / Prox) Ordering Guide ..................................................................................................................................... 11
204 - iCLASS Wiegand Card Ordering Guide ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
205 - iCLASS Key Ordering Guide ................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
206 - iCLASS Tag Ordering Guide ................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
208 - iCLASS Clamshell Card Ordering Guide .............................................................................................................................................................. 16
232 / 242 - iCLASS / Other HF - Combination Card Ordering Guide ............................................................................................................................ 17
252 / 262 - iCLASS / Other 13.56MHz / Prox - Combination Card Ordering Guide ...................................................................................................... 18
272 / 282 – MIFARE Classic / DESFire EV1 - Combination Card Ordering Guide ....................................................................................................... 20
1430/1440/1436/1446 – MIFARE Card Ordering Guide................................................................................................................................................ 21
1431/1441/1437/1447–Combination (MIFARE/Prox) Card Ordering Guide ................................................................................................................. 22
1434/1444 – MIFARE Keyfob Ordering Guide .............................................................................................................................................................. 23
1435/1445 – MIFARE Adhesive Tag Ordering Guide ................................................................................................................................................... 24
1450/1456 – MIFARE DESFire EV1 Card Ordering Form Guide .................................................................................................................................. 25
1451/1457 – Combination (MIFARE DESFire EV1 solution / PROX) Card Ordering Guide ........................................................................................ 26
FlexSmart to HID Credential Cross Reference .............................................................................................................................................................. 27
Custom Credentials ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Artwork Checklist ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Electronic Artwork Checklist ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Anti-Counterfeiting Descriptions..................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Custom Card Artwork Placement and Inkjet Location Guides....................................................................................................................................... 31
Tag Credentials .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
Clamshell Cards ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 33
iCLASS Readers ............................................................................................................................................................................ 34
iCLASS Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options ............................................................................................................................................... 35
multiCLASS with HID or Indala Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options .................................................................................................. 36
multiCLASS Magstripe Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options........................................................................................................................ 37
multiCLASS with EM4102 Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options .......................................................................................................... 38
iCLASS OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options....................................................................................................................................................... 39
iCLASS Hi-O Enabled Reader Part Numbers and Options ........................................................................................................................................... 40
iCLASS Read/Write Reader Part Numbers and Options ............................................................................................................................................... 41
bioCLASS Reader/Enroller, Read-Only and Read/Write Biometric Reader Part Numbers and Options ..................................................................... 42
iCLASS US Government FIPS201 Compliant Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options .................................................................................... 43
multiCLASS US Government FIPS201 Compliant with HID or Indala Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options ...................................... 44
multiCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Compliant with Magstripe Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options ................................................... 45
iCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Read/Write Reader Part Numbers and Options ................................................................................................... 46
iCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Compliant OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options .......................................................................................... 47
iCLASS / multiCLASS Transit Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options............................................................................................................. 48
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers ................................................................................................................................................................. 49
multiCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers........................................................................................................................................................... 50
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers - OSDP .................................................................................................................................................... 51
iCLASS / multiCLASS Rijkspas Compliant Read-Only and OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options ...................................................................... 52
Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide ............................................................................................................................................................... 53
iCLASS Programmer Ordering Guide ............................................................................................................................................................................ 53
SmartID Readers............................................................................................................................................................................ 54
SmartID Single-Technology 13.56 MHz Readers Part Numbers and Options.............................................................................................................. 54
SmartTRANS Multi-Technology Readers Part Numbers and Options .......................................................................................................................... 54
SmartTOOLS Card Programming Software and Devices Part Numbers and Options ................................................................................................. 55
SmartID Desktop Reader/Writer Part Numbers and Options ........................................................................................................................................ 55
SmartID Reader Cross Reference ................................................................................................................................................................................. 56
SmartID MIFARE and MIFARE DESFire Reader Custom Format Request Form ........................................................................................................ 58
FlexSmart Readers Part Numbers and Options (Asia-Pacific Region Only) .............................................................................. 60
Reader Description......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Custom Format MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire Reader Ordering Guide ....................................................................................................................... 61
Edge Readers................................................................................................................................................................................. 62
Edge™ Solo Part Numbers and Options ........................................................................................................................................................................ 62
Edge™ Solo Kit Part Numbers and Options ................................................................................................................................................................... 63
13.56 MHz Accessories ................................................................................................................................................................. 65
iCLASS Programming Platform .................................................................................................................................................... 67
Configured iCLASS Credentials ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 67
Encoder .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 67
Smart Card with Facility Code and Credential Credits .................................................................................................................................................. 67
iCLASS Programming Platform Ordering Guide............................................................................................................................................................ 68
Corporate 1000 Format Request & Authorization Form .............................................................................................................. 69
iCLASS Elite Program™ Request & Authorization Form ............................................................................................................ 71
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Overview
Welcome to 13.56 MHz by HID. HID Global offers a variety of reader families that are compatible with most 13.56 MHz
technologies existing in the market today. HID’s primary 13.56 MHz product lines include iCLASS and SmartID.
iCLASS is the first advanced contactless smart card technology designed by and for the access control professional. iCLASS
readers and cards offer your customer the highest quality card and reader system. The access control system is designed to
both pass card data to an access control host, and perform read/write functionality in card non-access control areas.
SmartID is a highly customizable ISO14443 (MIFARE / MIFARE DESFire) reader platform enabling the dynamic application fit
new and existing populations of custom defined card data structures. Customize authentication keys, communication encryption,
data location and length, data output and much more.
Making it easy for you to offer your customers exciting new products with enhanced benefits, HID has prepared this 13.56 MHz
How to Order Guide.
This How to Order Guide provides information for:
• 13.56 MHz reader and module products
• 13.56 MHz credentials
iCLASS Reader Identifiers
The alpha designator within the product model indicates whether the reader is:
• READ ONLY (R)
• READ/WRITE (RW)
• READ ONLY/PROXIMITY (RP)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD (RK)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD/PROXIMITY (RPK)
• READ/WRITE WITH KEYPAD (RWK)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD/LCD (RKL)
• READ/WRITE WITH KEYPAD/LCD (RWKL)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD/LCD/BIOMETRICS (RKLB)
• READ/WRITE WITH KEYPAD/LCD/BIOMETRICS (RWKLB)
• READ ONLY WITH MAGNETIC (RM)
• READ ONLY WITH MAGNETIC/PROX (RMP)
• READ ONLY WITH MAGNETIC/KEYPAD (RMK)
• READ ONLY WITH MAGNETIC/PROX/KEYPAD (RMPK)
• READ ONLY WITH EV1 & MIFARE CLASSIC CAPABILITY (RS)
• READ ONLY WITH EV1 & MIFARE CLASSIC/PROX CAPABILITY (RSP)
• READ ONLY WITH EV1 & MIFARE CLASSIC/KEYPAD CAPABILITY (RSK)
• READ ONLY WITH EV1 & MIFARE CLASSIC/PROX/KEYPAD CAPABILITY (RSPK)
SmartID Reader Identifiers
The alpha designator indicates whether the reader is:
• READ ONLY (S)
• READ ONLY/PROXIMITY (SP)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD (SK)
• READ ONLY WITH KEYPAD/PROXIMITY (SPK)
The following numeric designator signifies the physical size of the unit. (The smaller the number, the physically smaller the unit.)
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13.56 MHz Reader
iCLASS Read Only Readers
When your application requires the ability to read card numbers and output data using the standard Wiegand or
Clock and Data protocols, use a read only (R series) iCLASS product.
R10 - Physically the smallest reader, the R10 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The R10 will
read HID card formats from iCLASS cards, or the card serial number (CSN) from a MIFARE card, and
delivers the information to an existing access control panel using industry standard Wiegand protocol.
R15 - The R15 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The R15 will read HID card formats from
iCLASS cards, or the card serial number (CSN) from a MIFARE card. Delivering the information to an
existing access control panel, the R15 uses industry standard Wiegand protocol.
R30 - This 8.5 cm (3.3”) square reader is designed to mount to and cover standard EU and APAC back
boxes. This reader has the same read only abilities as the R10 with the added features of a longer read
range and built-in tamper magnet.
R40 - The R40 is designed to mount and cover single gang switch boxes primarily used in the United
States and includes a slotted mounting plate for European and Asian back box spacing. It contains all the
features of the R30 and offers longer read range.
iCLASS Keypad Readers
RK40 - This reader is the same size and shape as the R40. The 12-position weatherproof keypad features
vandal-resistant metal keycaps and backlit numbering. The RK40 supports dual authentication of identity by
combining card presentation and entry of a PIN. The PIN can be verified either at the access control panel
or locally by the keypad reader. When verified locally, the PIN must be programmed into the iCLASS Card.
RKL55 / RWKL550 – This LCD/Keypad reader allows for dual-factor authentication in addition to user
messages displayed on an LCD screen. The reader is designed to fit on a single gang switch box for US,
EU or APAC usage. The reader is available in read only or read/write configuration.
iCLASS Multi-Technology Readers (multiCLASS)
RP15 - The RP15 reader simultaneously supports HID and AWID or Indala proximity, iCLASS, MIFARE
(CSN), and HID multi-technology credentials. The RP15 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations.
RP40 - The RP40 reader simultaneously supports HID and AWID or Indala proximity, iCLASS, MIFARE
(CSN), and HID multi-technology credentials. The RP40's mounting plate attaches to US, EU or APAC
back boxes with 52-60 mm screw hole spacing (vertical or horizontal), or to any flat surface. The reader
body snaps onto the mounting plate and the cover snaps over the reader body, and then secured with a
screw.
RPK40 – The RPK40 simultaneously supports HID and AWID or Indala proximity, iCLASS, MIFARE (CSN),
and HID multi-technology credentials. Additionally, the RPK40 supports dual factor authentication of identity
by combining card presentation and PIN entry. Either verify the PIN at the access control panel or locally by
the keypad reader. When verified locally, program the PIN into the iCLASS Card. The RPK40's mounting
plate attaches to US, EU or APAC back boxes with 52-60 mm screw hole spacing (vertical or horizontal),
or to any flat surface. The reader body snaps onto the mounting plate and the cover snaps over the reader
body, and then secured with a screw.
iCLASS Multi-Technology Readers with Magnetic Swipe Reader (multiCLASS)
All magnetic swipe multiCLASS readers consist of two-pieces including cover/electronics and mounting
plate. The mounting plate has a built-in vertical swipe magnetic reader. Mount the magnetic swipe to the
reader left or right. Mounting plate attaches to U.S. back box, 52-60 mm screw hole spacing (vertical or
horizontal), or to any flat surface. Reader cover/electronics is secured to the mounting plate with a security
screw. After the magnetic card migration has completed, increase security by replacing the built-in vertical
swipe magnetic reader mounting plate with a standard mounting plate.
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RMK40 – The RMK40 simultaneously supports magnetic stripe, iCLASS, and HID multi-technology
credentials. Additionally, the RMK40 supports dual factor authentication of identity by combining card
presentation and PIN entry. Either verify the PIN at the access control panel or locally by the keypad reader
using specially enrolled iCLASS credentials.
RMPK40 – The RMPK40 simultaneously supports magnetic stripe, Genuine HID Prox, AWID Prox, iCLASS,
and HID multi-technology credentials. Additionally, the RMPK40 supports dual factor authentication of
identity by combining card presentation and PIN entry. Either verify the PIN at the access control panel or
locally by the keypad reader using specially enrolled iCLASS credentials.
iCLASS Biometric Readers (bioCLASS™)
RLB57 / RWKLB575 – This biometric LCD/Keypad reader allows for three-factor authentication using
biometric finger authentication, keypad and card. User messages are displayed on an LCD screen. The
reader is designed to fit on a single gang switch box for US, EU or APAC usage. The reader is available
in read only or read/write configuration.
iCLASS Long Range Readers
R90 - The R90 is the largest size (12” or 30.5 cm square) and longest read range iCLASS contactless smart
card reader in the iCLASS product line. The R90 will read HID card formats from iCLASS cards, delivering
the information to an access control panel using industry standard Wiegand protocol.
iCLASS Reader/Writers
When your application requires the ability to read and write data to the card, use a read/write (RW series) iCLASS
product. The four standard iCLASS reader/writers are:
RW100 - Physically the smallest reader/writer, the RW100 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations.
The RW100 contains all the features of the R10, with the added features of read/write capability via RS232,
RS485, UART or USB.
RW150 - The RW150 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The RW150 contains all the features
of the R10, with the added features of read/write capability via RS232, RS485, UART or USB.
RW300 - This 80 mm (3.15”) square reader is designed to mount to and cover standard EU and APAC
back boxes. The RW300 contains all the features of the R30, with the added features of read/write
capability via RS232, RS485, UART or USB.
RW400 - The RW400 is designed to mount to and cover single gang switch boxes primarily used in the
US. The RW400 contains all the features of the R40, with the added features of read/write capability via
RS232, RS485, UART or USB.
RWK400 - This reader/writer offers the same features as the RK40, with the extended ability to read/write
user data to iCLASS credentials via RS-232, RS485, UART or USB.
SmartID Readers
S10 – The S10 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. Reading MIFARE (sector) or MIFARE
DESFire (application/file),card data, the S10 delivers the card data to an access control system using
industry standard protocols, including Wiegand. Mount the reader on a single gang switch box for US, EU
or APAC usage by ordering an additional mounting accessory.
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SmartID Keypad Readers
SK10 - The SK10 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The SK10 offers dual-factor
authentication using keypad and card. Reading MIFARE (sector) or MIFARE DESFire (application/file) card
data, the SK10 delivers the card data to an access control system using industry standard protocols,
including Wiegand. The reader can be mounted on a single gang switch box for US, EU or APAC usage
by ordering an additional mounting accessory.
SmartID Multi-Technology Readers (SmartTRANS)
SP10 - The SP10 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The SP10 reads either 125 kHz HID Prox
and AWID card formats in addition to MIFARE (sector) or MIFARE DESFire (application/file) card data. The
SP10 delivers the card data to an access control system using industry standard protocols, including
Wiegand. Mount the SP10 on a single gang switch box for US, EU or APAC usage by ordering an
additional mounting accessory.
SPK10 - The SPK10 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. The SPK10 offers dual-factor
authentication using keypad and card. The SPK10 reads either 125 kHz HID Prox and AWID card formats in
addition to MIFARE (sector) or MIFARE DESFire (application/file) card data. The reader will deliver the card
data to an access control system using industry standard protocols including Wiegand. Mount the reader on
a single gang switch box for US, EU or APAC usage by ordering an additional mounting accessory.
SmartID Biometric Readers (SmartTOUCH)
SB10 / SBK10 – This biometric reader comes with or without keypad and offers three-factor authentication
using biometric finger authentication, keypad and card. The reader is designed for a mullion mount, but
mount the biometric reader on a single gang switch box for US, EU or APAC usage by ordering an
additional mounting accessory.
SmartID Reader/Writers
SW100 – The SW100 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. Read/Write application supports
T=CL (or legacy 3964) bi-directional serial protocol implemented over RS232, RS485 or RS422 physical
link. Enables read/write to MIFARE and ISO14443-4 credentials (MIFARE DESFire, SmartMX).
SWK100 – The SWK100 is ideal for mullion mounted door installations. Read/Write application supports
T=CL (or legacy 3964) bi-directional serial protocol implemented over RS232, RS485 or RS422 physical
link. Enables read/write to MIFARE and ISO14443-4 credentials (MIFARE DESFire, SmartMX).
SWD100 – Desktop reader/writer connects to a computer through a USB or RS232. The hosts send
commands to SWD100 in order to read/write data to MIFARE, MIFARE DESFire and any other ISO14443-4
card through T=CL (RS232) or PC/SC (USB Only) protocols.
SmartID Programmer (SmartTOOLS)
SmartTOOLS is a card programming software suite providing custom access cards and configuration card
programming of MIFARE cards.
ProxBurn is an access card programming component of SmartTOOLS. ProxBurn programs custom MIFARE
cards for use on SmartID access control readers. The ProxBurn package includes a CD with software
application and manuals, RS232 cable and SWD100 with RS232 interface.
ReaderTOOLS is a configuration card programming component of SmartTOOLS. ReaderTOOLS creates
configuration cards configuring SmartID readers to perform custom access control applications against
existing and new card populations with custom requirements. The ReaderTOOLS package includes a CD
with software application and manuals, USB cable and SWD100 with USB interface.
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iCLASS Credentials
HID offers a full line of iCLASS credentials. When choosing a credential, there are several important decision points:
1. Which form factor (for example, card, key or tag) of credential best meets my needs?
2. Do I have a heavy duty card application or will I be laminating a patch to the card, which will require a
composite card for best results?
3. Do I need a multi-technology credential (for example, iCLASS and proximity or iCLASS and Wiegand)
to help leverage investments in existing access control systems while transitioning to new
technologies or applications?
4. How much memory do I need (for example, 2k bits, 16k bits or 32k bits)?
5. How many application areas (2 or up to 16) do I need?
To help simplify the purchase of iCLASS credentials, all credentials are delivered pre-personalized with the default
memory allocation and protection for the access control application. Within the part number, the numeric model
number defines the technology, number of application areas and memory size.
All credentials come in two memory sizes, 2k bits (256 Bytes) with two application areas or 16k bits (2k Bytes) with
two or sixteen application areas or 32k bits (4k Bytes) in two separate books. Application Area 1 is reserved by HID
for access control use. The remaining application areas can be defined. Review the HID Application Note # 28 for
more information about memory size and application areas.
Credentials are available in several form factors. You may request the correct memory size and/or application area
configuration on any form factor. The form factor is not limiting. Offered form factors include:
iCLASS Clamshell cards – iCLASS Clamshell cards offer single-coil, read/write 13.56 MHz contactless
smart card technology in a value-priced and highly-durable, molded ABS shell with customizable PVC label.
The card is available in the 2k bit (256 byte) memory size only.
iCLASS Cards – Standard, 13.56 MHz single-coil, iCLASS cards will be manufactured to meet ISO
standard dimensions. Personalize these cards by adding a photo ID, or barcode (These cards are also
available with an optional magnetic stripe). For the iCLASS embeddable card, see the Logical Access How
to Order Guide.
iCLASS SE (SIO-Enabled) – Extension of regular iCLASS Card with higher security. Refer to the iCLASS
SE How to Order Guide
iCLASS Prox Cards – iCLASS Prox cards offer a dual technology solution in a single card (for example,
13.56 MHz contactless smart card technology and 125 kHz proximity technology, such as HID Prox, Indala
or HITAG 1/2 1/2). Personalize these cards by adding a photo ID, or barcode (these cards are also
available with an optional magnetic stripe). For the iCLASS Prox embeddable card, see the Logical Access
How to Order Guide.
iCLASS Wiegand Cards – iCLASS Wiegand cards offer a dual technology solution in a single card (13.56
MHz contactless smart card technology and Wiegand strip technology). Personalize these cards by adding
a photo ID, or barcode (these cards are also available with an optional magnetic stripe). These cards are not
offered as embeddable cards.
iCLASS Key II – To enhance the read range and overall performance of the iCLASS key fob, the iCLASS
Key has been redesigned. The iCLASS Key II has a solid black case with a blue molded plastic HID insert.
The iCLASS Key II was designed to fit on your existing key ring or used with a standard badge-clip.
iCLASS Tags – An adhesive tag can be placed onto an existing credential to allow for an easy transition
from legacy technologies to iCLASS . The tag can also be placed onto any non-metallic object. However,
HID recommends that every application be tested before purchase to ensure compatibility.
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Basics of Ordering iCLASS Contactless Smart Credentials
Each part number consists of a base number, to indicate the type of credential, and a number or letter to indicate each credential
option. Each credential has a standard part number which includes default options, as indicated on the attached credential
guides. When an order is placed for a credential, the base number and all options must be specified. If you require any options
that are different from the default options, you must also indicate those options at the time the order is placed. All part numbers
must be complete to be accepted by HID’s order entry system.
All reader orders must have the following information:
• BASE MODEL NUMBER
• STYLE
• READ RANGE
• TYPE
• COLOR
• OUTPUT FORMAT (reader’s format or format number must also be given at time of order)
All credential orders must have the following information:
• Base Part Number - Indicates type of credential
• Standard PVC
• Composite 40% Polyester/PVC (Recommended for long life applications or when applying an over-laminate)
• Memory Size and Allocation 0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
• Programming - Indicates whether the credential is programmed at the factory by HID or programmed by you with an HID
iCLASS card programmer. If the credential is ordered non-programmed, an HID iCLASS card programmer must be used for
programming. (Contact an HID sales representative for iCLASS card programmer eligibility).
• Front Packaging - Indicates standard or custom artwork and type of finish.
• Back Packaging - Indicates standard or custom artwork and type of finish.
• iCLASS Credential Numbering - Internal 13.56 MHz programmed number and visible external credential number.
• Slot Punch
• Optional 125 kHz Proximity or Wiegand Credential Numbering - Internal 125 kHz Proximity or Wiegand programmed
number and visible external credential number.
All orders for custom artwork credentials must have the following information:
• Custom Artwork Number (Call your Customer Service Representative if number is not available)
In addition, all credential orders must have the following programming information:
• Bit Format(s)
• Facility Code(s)
• Internal and External Start Numbers
• Internal PIN Code (Length: 2 – 12 Digits)
• iCLASS Elite Programming Information (If Applicable)
• Any Special Instructions
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Credentials
200/210 - iCLASS Card Ordering Guide
The 200/210 iCLASS contactless smart card offers read/write capability. Personalize the card with a photo ID, magnetic stripe, barcode, or anticounterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
200 Standard PVC
210 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC*
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not Required.
P - Programmed iCLASS. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Back Packaging
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
B - No Slot Punch - Horizontal Punch compatible (Printed location of Vertical and
Horizontal slot punch will remain). 6
H - Horizontal Slot Punch 6
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 2001CGGNN
Final Part Number
-
(Options #)
iCLASS Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Facility Code
.
Format Number
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable) (Custom Formats) Site Code
Internal Card # Start
PIN (2-12 digits) :
.
. City Code
. Stop
(example: H10301)
. OEM Code
. External Card # Start
Sequential: Start #
.
. Stop
Random: Length
Special Instructions:
.
.
.
For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will
still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The external card number is
placed in the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the card. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional
slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. 6 The ability to add a horizontal slot punch requires a different iCLASS
antenna design. Users can expect a read range reduction of approximately 20% if they order options B or H for the Slot Punch. * The composite construction is recommended for all
cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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202/212 - Combination Card (iCLASS / Prox) Ordering Guide
The iCLASS Prox contactless smart card offers read/write and proximity (HID Prox, Indala, HITAG1 or 2) capability in a single card. Add new applications while
leveraging your investment in existing access control systems. Personalize the card with a photo ID, magnetic stripe, barcode, or anti-counterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
202 Standard PVC
212 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC*
* HITAG based cards are not available with composite or as embeddable cards. Those cards are only available with iCLASS 32k
memory size.
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)6
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Front Packaging
iCLASS Programming (Check One)
B – Both iCLASS and Prox Technology programmed.. Specify Programming Information
P – iCLASS Programmed, Prox technology blank. Specify Programming Information.
C – iCLASS configured field programmable, Prox technology blank. Specify Programming Information.
A – iCLASS configured field programmable, Prox technology programmed. Specify Programming Information.
K – iCLASS Programmed, HITAG1 blank. Specify Programming Information.
M – iCLASS Programmed, HITAG2 blank. Specify Programming Information.
R – iCLASS configured field programmable, HITAG1 blank.
I – iCLASS configured field programmable, HITAG2 blank.
S – iCLASS blank, Prox technology programmed. Specify Programming Information.
Back Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
iCLASS Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe Specify Custom Artwork Number1
D - Glossy White with Debitek Mag Stripe
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
125 kHz Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
Option - Custom Artwork1
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final card options from the above selections. Example: 2022LGGNNM
Final Part Number
iCLASS Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable) (Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
-
(Options #)
125 kHz Programming Information
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
Random: Length
.
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will
still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The external card number is
placed in the bottom right-hand corner for iCLASS 13.56 MHz and in the bottom center for 125 kHz Proximity on the back of the card. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult
factory for lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. 6 HITAG combination cards are only available with iCLASS 32k Bits.
Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards.
* The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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204 - iCLASS Wiegand Card Ordering Guide
The iCLASS Wiegand contactless smart card offers read/write and Wiegand strip capability in a single card. Add new applications and/or use a transition card
during upgrades from Wiegand to iCLASS.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
204 Standard PVC
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not Required.
P - Programmed iCLASS. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging (Check One)
Front Packaging
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe –
Specify Custom Artwork Number1
iCLASS Card Numbering3 (Check One)
12345 = Card ID Number
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted) YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Back Packaging
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
Wiegand Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External
(Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External
(Laser Engraved)4
Wiegand Style & Bit - Number of Bits in Code Strip ( XX = Bit # between 8 and 44) (Check One)
XXA1 - Strip toward left edge of card
XXA - Strip toward right edge of card
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 2042PGGMNM26A1
Final Part Number
204
-
iCLASS Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
(example: H10301)
Facility Code
.
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (If Applicable)
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
.
OEM Code
.
Internal Card No. Start
. Stop
.
External Card No. Start
. Stop
.
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
Random: Length
.
(Options #)
Wiegand Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: CC2601)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will
still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The external card number is
placed in the bottom right-hand corner for iCLASS 13.56 MHz and in the bottom center for Wiegand on the back of the card. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for
lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult with
the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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205 - iCLASS Key Ordering Guide
The iCLASS contactless smart Key offers read/write capability. Attach to a key ring or badge clip for convenient use.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
205 Base Model
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not Required.
P - Programmed iCLASS. Specify Programming Information.
.24 in
[6 mm]
Front Packaging
N – iCLASS Key II - Black with blue insert. Includes HID Standard Artwork
1. 55 in [39.4 mm]
Back Packaging
N - None
Key Numbering1
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Key Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Engraved)2
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)2
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)2
1. 25 in [31.75 mm]
Shown – Front Packaging Option N
Additional Options3
N - None
Enter your final card options from the above selections. Example: 2052PNNMN
Final Part Number
205
N
N
N
iCLASS Key Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
Facility Code
.
iCLASS Elite Ice Number (if applicable)
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
. OEM Code
Internal Card # Start
. Stop
. External Card # Start
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
Random: Length
.
Special Instructions:
(example: H10301)
.
. Stop
.
.
The external key number is placed on the back of the key.
For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.
3 Key Ring sold separately (Part Number: 57-0001-02) .
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206 - iCLASS Tag Ordering Guide
The iCLASS contactless smart Tag offers read/write capability. iCLASS enable existing credentials or non-metallic devices such as cell
phones or PDAs by adhering the iCLASS Tag.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
206 Base Model
Part Number Worksheet
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not Required.
P - Programmed iCLASS. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging (Check One)
S - Gray with HID Standard Artwork
K - Black with HID Standard Artwork
C - Custom Artwork – Specify Custom Artwork Number2
Back Packaging
S - Adhesive Backing
Tag Numbering1(Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Tag Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
Front Packaging
Slot Punch
N - None
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final Tag options from check boxes above. Example: 2062CSSNN
Final Part Number
206
S
N
-
(Options #)
iCLASS Tag Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Facility Code
.
Format Number
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable) .
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
Internal Card # Start
PIN:
. Stop
Sequential: Start #
(example: H10301)
. OEM Code
. External Card # Start
Random: Length
Special Instructions:
.
. Stop
.
.
.
The external tag number is placed on the back of the tag. For new artwork files, contact Customer
Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, minimum order quantities, and cost. 3 The iCLASS
Tag is not for use on cards that use full insertion or tractor feed type readers.
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2
Do not adhere to metal surfaces. Metal shields the RF, making the tag inoperable. Due to variations in
cards and reading devices, HID does not claim that the iCLASS Tag will work in every situation.
Functional and non-functional iCLASS Tags are available for compatibility testing with existing
credential and reader technologies. Compatibility should be confirmed prior to ordering.
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208 - iCLASS Clamshell Card Ordering Guide
The iCLASS contactless smart card offers read/write capability.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
208 Base Model
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not Required.
P - Programmed iCLASS. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging (Check One)
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
M - Plain White Vinyl with Matte Finish
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
A - iCLASS Clamshell - Adhesive Front1
C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number2
Back Packaging (Check One)
S - Base with Molded HID Logo
C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number2
Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
(Cover)
Front Packaging
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
Option - Custom Artwork2
(Base)
Back Packaging
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 2080PGSMV
Final Part Number
208
0
V
-
(Options #)
iCLASS Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
(example: H10301)
Facility Code
.
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable)
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
. OEM Code
.
Internal Card # Start
. Stop
. External Card # Start
. Stop
.
PIN (2-12 digits):
Sequential: Start #
Random: Length
.
Special Instructions:
.
1 The
part numbers for non-adhesive labels to be used with the iCLASS Clamshell with the adhesive front are 1324GGN31 without slot and 1324GGV31 with slot.
For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost.
3 The external card number is placed in the top left-hand corner on the back of the card. HID logo molded into base on back.
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232 / 242 - iCLASS / Other HF - Combination Card Ordering Guide
The iCLASS with MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire contactless smart card offers multiple High Frequency technologies to simplify card issuance for diverse systems
or migration projects. Add new applications while leveraging your investment in existing access control systems. Personalize the card with a photo ID, magnetic
stripe, barcode, or anti-counterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
232 Standard PVC
242 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas (only available with MIFARE CLASSIC 1K)
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Card Programming (Check One)
B - Programmed iCLASS & 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information –
P - Programmed iCLASS only not 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information.
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS . Non-programmed 2nd Technology.
Programming Information Not Required.
A - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS, Programmed 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
2nd High Frequency Technology (Check One)
M – MIFARE 1K Bytes (only available with iCLASS 2k bits)
N – MIFARE 4K Bytes
K – MIFARE DESFire EV1 8K Bytes
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
iCLASS Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
(IMPORTANT – Dual High Frequency credentials do not allow a slot punch due to the antenna design. HID recommends using a badge holder to attach this card to a
lanyard or badge clip).
N - No Slot Punch
2nd High Frequency Technology Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final card options from the above selections. Example: 2324PNGGNNN
Final Part Number
N
iCLASS Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable)
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
-
(Options #)
2nd 13.56 MHz Programming Information
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
. Stop
. Stop
Random: Length
.
.
.
.
.
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will
still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The external card number is
placed in the bottom right-hand corner for iCLASS 13.56 MHz and in the bottom center for 125 kHz Proximity on the back of the card. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult
factory for lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards.
* The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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252 / 262 - iCLASS / Other 13.56MHz / Prox - Combination Card Ordering Guide
The iCLASS with MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire contactless smart card as well as HID Proximity offers multiple High Frequency technologies to simplify card
issuance for diverse systems or migration projects. Add new applications while leveraging your investment in existing access control systems. Personalize the
card with a photo ID, magnetic stripe, barcode, or anti-counterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
252 Standard PVC
262 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas (only available with MIFARE CLASSIC 1K)
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/
13.56 MHz Technology Card Programming (Check One)
B - Programmed iCLASS & 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information –
P - Programmed iCLASS only not 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information.
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS . Non-programmed 2nd Technology. Programming Information Not Required.
A - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS, Programmed 2nd Technology. Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
2nd High Frequency (13.56 MHz) Technology (Check One)
M – MIFARE 1K Bytes (only available with iCLASS 2k bits)
N – MIFARE 4K Bytes
K – MIFARE DESFire EV1 8K Bytes
125 kHz Technology Card Programming (Check One)
P – “HID Prox” Programmed 125 kHz Technology. Specify Programming Information –
C – “Indala/Casi Prox” Programmed 125 kHz Technology. Specify Programming Information –
N – Initialized 125 kHz Technology. Programming Information Not Required
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
iCLASS Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
(IMPORTANT – Dual High Frequency credentials do not allow a slot punch due to the antenna design. HID recommends using a badge holder to attach this card to a
lanyard or badge clip).
N - No Slot Punch
2nd 13.56 MHz Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
125 kHz Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final card options from the above selections. Example: 2524PNGGNNN
Final Part Number
N
-
(Options #)
Continued...
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iCLASS Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable)
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
. Stop
. Stop
Random: Length
.
.
.
.
.
2nd 13.56 MHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
125 kHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost.
Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower
left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card.
3 The external card number is placed in the bottom right-hand corner for iCLASS 13.56 MHz and in the bottom center for 125 kHz Proximity on the back of the
card.
4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.
5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards.
* The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
1
2
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272 / 282 – MIFARE Classic / DESFire EV1 - Combination Card Ordering Guide
The MIFARE + DESFire contactless card offers multiple High Frequency technologies to simplify card issuance for diverse systems or migration
projects. Personalize the card with a photo ID, magnetic stripe, barcode, or anti-counterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
272 Standard PVC
282 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
MIFARE High Frequency Technology
N – MIFARE Classic 4K Bytes
Card Programming (Check One)
B - Programmed MIFARE and DESFire Technologies. Specify Programming Information.
P – MIFARE Programmed only not DESFire Technology. Specify Programming Information.
N - Non-Programmed MIFARE and DESFire
A - Non-Programmed MIFARE, Programmed DESFire Technology. Specify Programming Information.
Front
DESFire High Frequency Technology (Check One)
K – DESFire EV1 8K Bytes
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Finish2
MIFARE High Frequency Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted)
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted)
Slot Punch
(IMPORTANT – Dual High Frequency credentials do not allow a slot punch due to the antenna design. HID recommends using a badge holder to attach this card to a
lanyard or badge clip).
N - No Slot Punch
DESFire High Frequency Technology Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted)
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted)
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new artwork)
Enter your final card options from the above selections. Example: 272NBKG1MNM
Final Part Number
N
K
N
-
(Options #)
MIFARE 13.56 MHz Programming Information
DESFire 13.56 MHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, or custom artwork, will
still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The external card number is
placed in the bottom right-hand corner for MIFARE 13.56 MHz and in the bottom center for DESFire on the back of the card. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory
for lead times and cost.
* The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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1430/1440/1436/1446 – MIFARE Card Ordering Guide
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
Base Model
1430 (1K) Standard PVC
1436 (1K) Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
1440 (4K) Standard PVC
1446 (4K) Composite Polyester 40% / PVC *
Programming (Check One)
M - Programmed, HID MIFARE 6 (Specify HID format, for example H10301).
N - Non-Programmed (13.56 MHz )6. Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed, Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
S - Standard HID MIFARE Artwork2
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
2 - Standard HID MIFARE Artwork with Magnetic Stripe
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
Back Packaging
Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted)
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted)
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1430NGGNN
Final Part Number
13.56 MHz Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Facility Code
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
Internal Card No. Start
. Stop
External Card No. Start
. Stop
Special Instructions:
Format Number
.
.
. OEM Code
-
(Options #)
(example: H10301)
.
.
For Contact Smart Chip selection, refer to Logical Access How to Order guide. Standard configuration does not include a contact smart chip module.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, with no HID artwork or
with custom artwork, will still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The
external card number is placed in the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the card on Proximity Format Programming only. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory
for lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult
with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering. 6 Includes a permanent Unique MIFARE 32 Bit Serial number. * The composite construction is recommended for all cards with overlaminate applied.
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1431/1441/1437/1447–Combination (MIFARE/Prox) Card Ordering Guide
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
Base Model
1431 (1K) Standard PVC
1437 (1K) Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
1441 (4K) Standard PVC
1447 (4K) Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
MIFARE Programming (Check One)
L - Programmed, (125 kHz only with HID Format)6. Specify Programming Information.
M - Programmed, HID MIFARE 6 (Specify HID format, for example H10301).
B - Programmed, (125kHz and 13.56 MHz with HID Format)6. Specify Programming Information.
N - Non-Programmed (125 kHz & 13.56 MHz without HID Format)6. Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed , (13.56 MHz only)6, Prox configured Specify Programming Information.
R - Custom Programmed , (125kHz and Custom 13.56 MHz with HID Format)6,
Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
S - Standard HID Proximity & MIFARE Artwork2
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
2 - Standard HID MIFARE Artwork with Magnetic Stripe
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
Back Packaging
13.56 MIFARE Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted)
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted)
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)4
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Engraved)4
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)4
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Slot Punch5 (Check One)
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
V - Vertical Slot Punch
125 kHz Proximity Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)4
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1441NGGNNN
Final Part Number
13.56 MHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
PIN:
Sequential: Start #
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
Random: Length
.
125 kHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Format Number
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
OEM Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
-
(Options #)
. (example: 26 bit)
(example: H10301)
.
. City Code
.
.
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
.
For Contact Smart Chip selection, refer to Logical Access How to Order guide. Standard configuration does not include a contact smart chip module.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, with no HID artwork or
with custom artwork, will still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The
external card number is placed in the bottom left-hand corner (125kHz) and in the bottom right-hand corner (13.56 MHz) on the back of the card on Proximity Programming only. 4 For
Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost. 5 Cards are provided with an optional slot punch at no additional charge. Some video imaging printers cannot
accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering. 6 Includes a permanent Unique MIFARE 32 Bit Serial number. * The composite
construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied.
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1434/1444 – MIFARE Keyfob Ordering Guide
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
1434 (1K)
1444 (4K)
Programming (Check One)
M - Programmed, HID MIFARE 6 (Specify HID format, for example H10301).
N - Non-Programmed (13.56 MHz). Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed, Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging (Check One)
S - Standard HID Artwork
C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging
S - Standard
Key Numbering1 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
Slot Punch2
N - None
Enter your final Key options from check boxes above. Example: 1434NSSNN
Final Part Number
S
N
13.56 MHz Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
Facility Code
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
. OEM Code
Internal Card # Start
. Stop
. External Card # Start
Special Instructions:
(example: H10301)
.
. Stop
.
.
1
The external key number is placed on the back of the key.
Key Ring sold separately (Part Number: 57-0001-02) .
3
Includes a permanent Unique MIFARE 32 Bit Serial number.
4
For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.
2
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13.56 MHz How to Order Guide – D00529, E.2
1435/1445 – MIFARE Adhesive Tag Ordering Guide
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
1435 (1K)
1445 (4K)
Programming (Check One)
M - Programmed, HID MIFARE 6 (Specify HID format, for example H10301).
N - Non-Programmed (13.56 MHz). Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed, Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging (Check One)
S - Standard HID Artwork
C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging
S - Standard
Tag Numbering1 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
Slot Punch2
N - None
Enter your final Tag options from check boxes above. Example: 1435NSSNN
Final Part Number
S
N
13.56 MHz Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
Facility Code
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
. OEM Code
Internal Card # Start
. Stop
. External Card # Start
(example: H10301)
.
. Stop
.
Special Instructions:
.
1
The external tag number is placed on the back of the tag.
For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, minimum order quantities, and cost.
The Tag is not for use on cards that use full insertion or tractor feed type readers.
4
Includes a permanent Unique MIFARE 32 Bit Serial number.
* Up to 1.14in (29mm) read range in free air.
2
3
Do not adhere to metal surfaces. Metal shields the RF, making the tag inoperable. Due to variations in cards and reading devices,
HID does not claim that the Tag will work in every situation. Functional and non-functional Tags are available for compatibility
testing with existing credential and reader technologies. Compatibility should be confirmed prior to ordering.
* = Actual read range performance affected by mounting location, environment and the tags tuned resonant frequency.
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13.56 MHz How to Order Guide – D00529, E.2
1450/1456 – MIFARE DESFire EV1 Card Ordering Form Guide
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
1450 Standard PVC
1456 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Memory Size
C - 8K Bytes MIFARE DESFire EV1
Programming (Check One)
N - Non-Programmed (13.56 MHz)6. Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed , (13.56 MHz only)6, Specify Programming Information.
Front Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Laser Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Laser Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Laser Engraved)4
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted): 7 bytes UID
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted): 7 bytes UID
Back Packaging
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Slot Punch
(IMPORTANT – MIFARE DESFire EV1 credentials do not allow a slot punch due to the antenna
design, use a badge holder to attach this card to a lanyard or badge clip.)
N - No Slot Punch
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1450CNGGNN
Final Part Number
N
-
(Options #)
13.56 MHz Card Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
Internal Card No. Start
External Card No. Start
Special Instructions:
. (example: 26 bit)
.
. City Code
. Stop
.
. Stop
.
Format Number
. OEM Code
(example: H10301)
.
.
For Contact Smart Chip selection, refer to Logical Access How to Order guide. Standard configuration does not include a contact smart chip module.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, with no HID artwork or
with custom artwork, will still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The
external card number is placed in the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the card on Proximity Format Programming only. Permanent Unique MIFARE 56 Bit serial # cannot be
printed on cards. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost. . * The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate
applied.
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1451/1457 – Combination (MIFARE DESFire EV1 solution / PROX) Card Ordering Guide
The MIFARE DESFire contactless smart card offers read/write and proximity (HID Prox, HITAG1) capability in a single card. Add new
applications while leveraging your investment in existing access control systems. Personalize the card with a photo ID, magnetic stripe,
barcode, or anti-counterfeiting element.
Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.
Base Model
1451 Standard PVC
1457 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC*
HITAG based cards are not available with composite or as an embeddable cards
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Memory Size
C - 8K Bytes MIFARE DESFire EV1
MIFARE DESFire Programming (Check One)
L - Programmed, (125 kHz only)6. Specify Programming Information.
N - Non-Programmed (125 kHz & 13.56 MHz)6. Programming Information Not Required.
S - Custom Programmed , (13.56 MHz only)6, Prox Configured Specify Programming Information.
R - Custom Programmed , (125kHz and Custom 13.56 MHz)4, 6, Specify Programming Information.
F - Non-Programmed (HITAG1 & 13.56 MHz)6. Programming Information Not Required.
G - Custom Programmed , (13.56 MHz only)6, HITAG1 Configured only. Specify Programming Information for MIFARE DESFire.
Front Packaging
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish - Specify Custom Artwork Number1
Back Packaging (Check One)
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish2
1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe2
3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish - Specify Custom Artwork Number1, 2
D – Glossy White with Debitek Mag Stripe
Back Packaging
13.56 MHz MIFARE DESFire Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)4
U - UID (CSN) HEX card numbering only (Inkjetted): 7 bytes UID
V - UID (CSN) Decimal card numbering only (Inkjetted): 7 bytes UID
125 kHz Proximity Card Numbering3 (Check One)
M - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Inkjetted)
N - No External Card Numbering
S - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Inkjetted)
R - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Inkjetted)
Slot Punch
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
A - Sequential Matching Internal/External (Engraved)4
B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)4
C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)4
Option - Custom Artwork1
(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)
Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1457CNGGNNN
Final Part Number
13.56 MHz Programming Information
Bit Numbers
Bit Numbers
(example: H10301)
Facility Code
(Custom Formats) Site Code
. City Code
OEM Code
-
(Options #)
125 kHz Programming Information
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
N
. (example: 26 bit)
Format Number
(example: H10301)
.
Facility Code
.
(Custom Formats) Site Code
.
.
. City Code
OEM Code
.
.
Internal Card No. Start
. Stop
.
Internal Card No. Start
. Stop
.
External Card No. Start
. Stop
.
External Card No. Start
. Stop
.
PIN:
Random: Length
.
Special Instructions:
Sequential: Start #
.
For Contact Smart Chip selection, refer to the Logical Access How to Order guide.
Standard configuration does not include a contact smart chip module.
1 For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost. 2 Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, with no HID artwork or
with custom artwork, will still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card. 3 The
external card number is placed in the bottom left-hand corner (125kHz) and in the bottom right-hand corner (13.56 MHz) on the back of the card on Proximity Programming only.
Permanent unique MIFARE DESFire 56 Bit serial # cannot be printed on cards. 4 For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost. * The composite
construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied.
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FlexSmart to HID Credential Cross Reference
Old Indala Part
Number
New HID Part
Number
MXISO
1430
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Card - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz
Internal Smart Chip, Standard S50, 1 K Memory with 16 Sectors
MXKEY
1434
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Keyfob - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz Internal Smart
Chip, Standard S50, 1 K Memory with 16 Sectors
MXTAG
1435
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Adhesive Tag - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz Internal
Smart Chip, Standard S50, 1 K Memory with 16 Sectors
MXISO
1440
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Card - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz
Internal Smart Chip, Standard S70, 4 K Memory with 40 Sectors
MXKEY
1444
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Keyfob - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz Internal Smart
Chip, Standard S70, 4 K Memory with 40 Sectors
MXTAG
1445
HID MIFARE Contactless Smart Adhesive Tag - Utilizes MIFARE 13.56 MHz Internal
Smart Chip, Standard S70, 4 K Memory with 40 Sectors
DXISO
1450
HID MIFARE DESFire Contactless Smart Card - Utilizes MIFARE DESFire 13.56 MHz
Internal Smart Chip, Standard D40, 4K memory with flexible file system
FPMXI
1451
HID Combination MIFARE DESFire/Prox Contactless Smart Card Utilizes MIFARE DESFire
13.56 MHz Internal Smart Chip, Standard D40, 4K memory with flexible file system
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Description
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Custom Credentials
Artwork Checklist
Company Name:
Quantity:
PO No.
Card/Key/Tag and Artwork File No.
Date
Minimum order quantity for Custom Artwork is 500 cards per order. Some Custom Artworks may be higher.
Minimum order quantity for Custom Artwork Tags/Keys is 10,000 tags per order.
This form, accompanied with the “Custom Artwork placement and Inkjet Location Form”
MUST be filled out, SIGNED and returned to HID so that your order can be processed.
Credential Type: Standard PVC Cards or Keys/Tags
200 - iCLASS Card
202 - iCLASS Prox Card
204 - iCLASS Wiegand
206 - iCLASS Tag
208 - iCLASS Clamshell Card
1430/1440 - MIFARE
1431/1441 - HID Proximity & MIFARE
1434/1444 - MIFARE Keyfob
1435/1445 - MIFARE Tag
1450 - MIFARE DESFire
1451 - MIFARE DESFire & Proximity
1454 - MIFARE DESFire Keyfob
1455 - MIFARE DESFire Tag
Credential Type: Composite PVC/Polyester1 Cards (Additional fee and longer lead-time)
210 - iCLASS Card
212 - iCLASS Prox Card
214 - iCLASS Wiegand
1436/1446 - MIFARE
1437/1447 - HID Proximity & MIFARE
1456 - MIFARE DESFire
1457 - MIFARE DESFire & Proximity
Artwork Placement, Font styles and Colors:
Artwork Placement on Front Side of card
Artwork Placement on Back Side of card.
Font Style(s):
Front Side Colors:
Back Side Colors
Do you plan to print over or around the custom artwork with a dye sublimation printer?
“Surface”
or “Laminated”
Slot Punch 2,5:
Yes
No
Horizontal
Signature Panel:
Yes
No
Size:
Front Card Finish:
Gloss
Matte
Back Card Finish:
Gloss
Matte
Magnetic Stripe Coercivity:
HID Standard (4000 OE)
Magnetic Stripe Type:
Standard 3 Track
Debitek 1/8"
Invisible Ink:
Micro-fine Print:
Hologram 7:
Notes:
No
Lithographic Printing (Refer to the “Anti-Counterfeiting Descriptions” page in this guide for details)
Card Options:
Anti-Counterfeiting Options:
Yes
Red
Yes
Surface
Blue
No
Vertical
(2750 OE)
Other:
.
.
Green
1. Standard Composite Card is 40% Polyester and 60% PVC.
2. Some cards will have printed "indicators" on the back of the card to show the vertical slot punch location.
3. Some cards will have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number, custom artwork file number, and external number (optional) printed on the card.
4. Do not order slot punched cards for use in dye sublimation printers. Slot edge may damage the printer ribbon. Slot should be punched after dye sublimation printing.
5. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering
6. Surface Holograms cannot be placed over internal electronics.
7. “Representation, Warranty and Indemnity. Customer represents and warrants to HID that it owns, controls, or otherwise has the full and unrestricted right to use the custom artwork
provided to HID for use in connection with this Custom Artwork Checklist Form (the “Custom Artwork”) and to authorize and license HID to use and apply the Custom Artwork to the
cards in the manner provided in this Custom Artwork Checklist Form. Customer agrees to indemnify HID and hold it harmless from and against any claims, liabilities, losses and/or
expenses (including reasonable attorney fees and costs of suit) arising out of the use by HID of the Custom Artwork in the manner provided by this Custom Artwork Checklist Form or
by any custom artwork proofs approved by the Customer.”
8. HID does not recommend placing custom graphics on either side of the Contact Smart Chip area.
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Electronic Artwork Checklist
File Submission & Preparation
This document gives digital artwork specifications from our press department. Use these guidelines and your project should go smoothly
through the pre-press department.
MEDIA:
Submit files via E-Mail or on CD. Compressed files should be self extracting. Submitted media will not be returned o the customer. FTP
site available upon request.
PLATFORM: MS WINDOWS®/Macintosh®
Projects that are set up in any of the major applications (listed below under "Graphic Applications") generally translate to Macintosh®
smoothly. Save your final file with pictures embedded, outlined fonts and EPS Vector editable file.
FONTS:
Use Type 1 fonts and include screen and printer fonts on disk. Type may be converted to paths or outlines, but we cannot make copy
changes to text submitted in this form. In addition, converted type loses the benefits of PostScript font definitions; hence, type quality
may suffer. This is more noticeable in small type (-18 point).
PLACED GRAPHICS:
All placed graphics, saved as TIFF or EPS, should be included in their native program. If a Photoshop image is placed in a Quark
document, we need the Photoshop image to produce the job. Sizing, cropping, rotation, etc. should all be done to the element in its
native program and placed in Quark. Color images should be converted from RGB to CMYK. Special colors should be designated using
PMS or provide color sample to be matched. Resolution of color images, B&W halftones, or duotones should be 300 dpi.
GRAPHIC APPLICATIONS (latest version):
Adobe Photoshop® - Adobe Illustrator® - QuarkXpress®
BITMAPS AND TRACING:
Scanned line art converted to bitmaps should have a resolution of 1200 - 2400 dpi. Lower resolutions will result in jagged curves. Many
programs can convert (trace) bitmaps to vector drawings. Smoothing a traced image can be time consuming, but once completed yields
a resolution independent graphic that will provide crisp reproduction for all future uses. We can provide this service for you at our regular
file intervention rate. Minimum required DPI (dots per inch) is 300.
BLEEDS:
Incorporate 0.125" of overwork for all bleed images. Any portion of the image that extends to the edge of the product is considered a
bleed. Minimum required size with bleed is 2.227" x 3.477" for standard card size file.
MARGINS:
Elements that do not bleed should be at least 0.125" from the edge.
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Anti-Counterfeiting Descriptions
Printing Types
1)
Laminated Lithographic Printing: High resolution (>3600 dpi) offset printing technology yields photographic quality
images. Laminated printing places the ink layer under a rigid clear plastic overlay which protects the printed image from
abrasion and allows you to re-print over the existing artwork on the card. The cards are compatible with all Photo ID
printing methods: dye-sub, reverse transfer and resin transfer.
2)
Surface Lithographic Printing: This process is identical to the Laminated Lithographic Printing, but the ink layer is
applied to the outer surface of the finished card and may include a clear coat. You may not be able to re-print on the
card. The inks and clear coat are not compatible with D2T2 printing (Dye Diffusion Thermal Transfer, AKA dyesublimation) but may be compatible with reverse transfer printing methods. The surface printing is durable enough for
normal handling and use, but may wear more quickly in heavy use or swipe (magnetic stripe) applications. It is not
recommended for high use applications, or for printing critical data such as emergency information. This process is
often used for quick turnaround of simple text and graphics on card backs.
Surface Hologram
Holograms are one of the most recognizable anti-counterfeiting devices on the market. The optically variable image cannot be
duplicated with standard printing. Surface holograms are applied via hot stamping to the exterior of the card surface. This style of
application is common to all financial transaction cards.
Embedded Hologram
Embedded holograms are positioned under the rigid clear outer layer of the card surface. Unlike surface holograms, embedded
holograms are amenable to dye sublimation – allowing the entire card surface to be personalized. This application style furthers
the effectiveness of the anti-counterfeiting feature by requiring expensive specialized equipment during manufacture.
OVI (Optical Variable Ink)
Color-shifting inks reflect various wavelengths in white light differently, depending on the angle of incidence to the surface. An
unaided eye observes this effect as a change of color while the viewing angle is changed. This anti-counterfeiting method is
commonly used on currency and travel documents.
Invisible Ultra-Violet (UV) Fluorescing Images
Common on credit card, currency and travel documents, invisible ink images provide a covert anti-counterfeiting mechanism.
Though blue/violet fluorescing ink is readily available and inexpensive, red, green, yellow and orange fluorescing pigments remain
difficult to acquire. This covert anti-counterfeiting device remains popular because of its relatively easy implementation in the field.
Micro-fine Printing
Very small spot color printing that exploits the limitations of inkjet, toner based (laser) and dye sublimation printers. Counterfeit
reproductions can be determined with a handheld magnification tool.
Guilloche Printing
Fine line interlocking spot color patterns that are extremely difficult to scan and reproduce. These design elements are often
multicolor and are commonly used on currency and travel documents.
Composite Formulations
Composite formulations are designed for durable applications and for use in dye sublimation printers that employ re-transfer
technology and/or polyester laminate patches. Composite cards will minimize the warping caused by such processes. These
formulations derive their strength from combining biaxial oriented polyester (OPET) with traditional polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
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Custom Card Artwork Placement and Inkjet Location Guides
Standard PVC and Composite PVC/Polyester Cards
Company Name:
Quantity:
Card and Artwork File No.
PO No.
Date
1. External Number:
Standard Location: The standard external # location is shown on the template below. The external # can only be printed on
the back of the card. The external # will be printed in the standard location, unless otherwise specified.
Custom Location: Indicate the desired external # location by writing "12345" on the appropriate template. The external
# can only be printed on the back of the card.
2. An Artwork File Number is placed on each card. The standard location is indicated by the "CCCCC". The standard location
for the custom artwork number is on the back side of the card. Indicate/incorporate the artwork number on the artwork.
If there will be front side printing only, the custom artwork number will be placed on the printed side, opposite the standard
location.
3. Artwork Placement: Indicate the placement of your artwork on the template below. Custom artwork must clear the
slot punch locations and edges by a min. of 0.125".
4. Magnetic Stripe (Optional): If the location of the magnetic stripe is custom (other than standard) and/or if other types of
magnetic stripes are to be added to the card (for example Debitek stripe), indicate the locations of the magnetic stripe(s) on the
template.
Standard Location
Custom Location
Card Artwork Templates
Slot Punch Indicators
Front
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Back
Notes:
1. External # location reads in the direction as shown. External # character height is approximately 0.1".
2. Cards will have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card.
3. A standard custom artwork file number is printed on the back side of the card. Front side printing of this same number is an option.
4. Slot punch location "indicators" will appear on the back side of the card only.
5. Do not order slot punched cards for use in dye sublimation printers.
Slot edge may damage the printer ribbon. Slot should be punched after dye sublimation printing.
6. Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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Tag Credentials
iCLASS Tag
Company Name:
Quantity:
MIFARE Tag
Tag and Artwork File No.
MIFARE DESFire Tag
PO No.
Date
1. External Number:
Standard Location: The external # can only be printed on the back of the Tag.
2. Artwork Placement: Indicate the placement of your artwork on the template below (Front side only). Custom artwork must
clear the inner circle by a min. of 0.125".
Tag Artwork Template
Front
Notes:
1. Minimum order quantity 10,000 pieces per Purchase Order.
2. Maximum two color artwork.
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Clamshell Cards
iCLASS Clamshell Cards
Company Name:
Quantity:
Card and Artwork File No.
PO No.
Date
1. External Number:
Standard Location: The standard external # location is shown on the template below. The external # can only be printed on
the back of the card. The external # will be printed in the standard location, unless otherwise specified.
Custom Location: Indicate the desired external # location by writing "12345" on the appropriate template. The
external # can only be printed on the back of the card.
2. Artwork Placement: Indicate the placement of your artwork on the template below. Custom artwork must clear the
slot punch location and edges by a min. of 0.125"
Card Artwork Templates
Cover (Front)
12345 = Card ID Number
YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number
Base (Back)
Notes:
1. All iCLASS Clamshell cards have a molded HID logo on the back side (as indicated) as well as a beveled edge all the way around the card. Custom artwork
graphics need to clear the molded logo and bevel by a minimum of 0.125"
2. External # location reads in the direction as shown. External # character height is approximately 0.1"
3. There is no custom artwork file number on the iCLASS Clamshell.
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iCLASS Readers
The following section of the How To Order Guide contains ordering information for iCLASS readers. iCLASS readers are available in various
flavors, supporting many credential compatibilities, applications, and system interfaces. Use the following table to navigate to the applicable
section of iCLASS part numbers.
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Credential Compatibility
Application
System Interface
iCLASS / Prox / Magstripe
Access Control, Standard
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data
iCLASS
Access Control, Standard
OSDP
iCLASS
Access Control, Standard
Hi-O
iCLASS
Read / Write, Standard
Serial
iCLASS
Biometric Access Control
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data or Serial
FIPS 201 / Prox / iCLASS
Access Control, US Gov’t
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data
FIPS 201 / iCLASS
Access Control, US Gov’t
OSDP
FIPS 201 / iCLASS
Read / Write, US Gov’t
Serial
FeliCa / CEPAS / iCLASS
Access Control, Transit Credentials
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data
EV1 / MIFARE
Access Control, HF Migration
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data / OSDP
Rijkspas (EV1) / MIFARE
Access Control, Dutch Gov’t
Wiegand / Clock-and-Data or Serial
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iCLASS Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
Rev. No.*
No.
Card Reader Description
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration
Setting Options1
iCLASS R10 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Mullion Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6100
6108
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R15 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Mullion Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6140
6148
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R30 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6110
6118
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R40 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6120
6128
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RK40 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
With Keypad US, European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6130
6138
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R90 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Long Read Range Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
6150
A
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip
00
03
6170
6178
B
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip
00
03
iCLASS RKL55 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Read, with LCD and Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
(Wiegand)
Wiegand or Clock and Data output
(C&D)
RoHS Compliant
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
06
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
07
07
07
07
iCLASS
Security2
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
MIFARE CSN3
Wiegand Output
Mode
Keypad Configuration
Setting Options4
Optional
Custom5
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
00
11
20
0
1
C
D
0 = CSN option not
available
0
1
C
D
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
00
11
20
-XXXX Y
09
14
22
10
19
23
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom, not valid with FIPS201 options (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details. (SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO
NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (Same as 6055A and 6055BXX0011)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
5 = 37 bit
6 = 56 bit
Z = CSN Suppressed
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5 Contact Factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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multiCLASS with HID or Indala Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
Rev No*
No
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RP15 Combination Tech Reader: HID, AWID or
Indala Prox, iCLASS & FIPS201Mullion Mount
(Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RP40 Combination Technology Reader:
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand))
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RPK40 Combination Tech Reader:
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount Read Only, RoHS Compliant
Color Options
Hardware Options
Pigtail Only
6145
6143
6125
6123
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Pigtail Only
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Pigtail Only
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6136
6133
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Configuration
Setting
Options1
MIFARE CSN3
iCLASS
Wiegand Output
2
Security
Mode
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
Keypad
Configuration
Setting Options4
Optional
Custom5
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
00 09 10
11 14 19
20 22 23
-XXXX Y
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom, not valid with FIPS201 options (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details. (SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS.
ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (Same as 6055A and 6055BXX0011)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
5 = 37 bit
6 = 56 bit
Z = CSN Suppressed
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5 Contact Factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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multiCLASS Magstripe Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part
No
Current
Rev No*
iCLASS RM40 Combination Tech Reader, Wiegand
Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6220
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RM40 Combination Tech Reader, Clock-and-Data
Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6228
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMP40 Combination Tech Reader, Wiegand
Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6225
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMP40 Combination Tech Reader, Clock-and-Data
Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6223
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMK40 Combination Tech Reader, Wiegand
Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6230
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMK40 Combination Tech Reader, Clock-and-Data
Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6238
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMPK40 Combination Tech Reader, Wiegand
Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6236
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RMPK40 Combination Tech Reader, Clock-and-Data
Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6233
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
Card Reader Description
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration
Setting
Options1
iCLASS Magnetic Stripe
Security2 Data Output3
Keypad
Configuration
Setting Options4
Optional
Custom
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
0 5 6 7 8 9 A
B C D E F
N/A
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
1 4
N/A
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
0 5 6 7 8 9 A
B C D E F
N/A
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
1 4
N/A
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
0 5 6 7 8 9 A
B C D E F
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
1 4
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
0 5 6 7 8 9 A
B C D E F
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
1 4
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable)
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom,(Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 Magnetic Stripe Data Output
0 = Northern card to 32 bit Wiegand, (FC=16 bits. ID=16 bits)
1 = ABA card, all bits raw data – C&D
4 = ABA card all ABA digits, plus 10 leading & 10 trailing 0’s – C&D
5 = ABA card all ABA digits, plus 10 leading & 10 trailing 0’s – Wiegand
6 = ABA card convert last 4 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 26 bit Wiegand
7 = ABA card convert last 7 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 26 bit Wiegand
8 = EMPI card to 26 bit Wiegand
9 = EMPI card to 34 bit Wiegand
A = ABA card, convert last 9 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 34 bit Wiegand
B = Basic MS raw output - all bits Wiegand in order received
C = ABA to 26 bit Wiegand (FC=8 bits, ID=16 bits)
D = ABA to 34 bit Wiegand(FC=16 bits ID=16 bits)
E = ABA to 34 bit Wiegand (Mercury compatible) (FC=12 bits, ID=20 bits) F = ABA to 26 bit Wiegand
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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multiCLASS with EM4102 Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
Rev No*
No
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RP15 Combination Tech Reader: EM4102 Prox,
iCLASS & FIPS201Mullion Mount
(Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RP40 Combination Technology Reader:
EM4102 Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand))
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RPK40 Combination Tech Reader:
EM4102 Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6145
6143
6125
6123
6136
6133
Color Options
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
Hardware Options
Pigtail Only
E = EM4102 Module
Pigtail Only
E = EM4102 Module
Pigtail Only
E = EM4102 Module
Configuration
Setting
Options1
MIFARE CSN3 &
EM41024
iCLASS
Security2 Wiegand Output
Mode
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
1
C
D
Keypad
Configuration
Setting Options5
0 2 3 4 5
For Keypad
readers only
K M N P Q S
T U V
For Keypad
readers only
0 2 3 4
For Keypad
readers only
K M N P Q S
T U V
For Keypad
readers only
0 2 3 4 5
K M N P Q S
T U V
00 09
11 14
20 22
10
19
23
Optional
Custom6
-XXXX Y
-XXXX Y
-XXXX Y
* Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult the factory for availability.
1 Configuration
Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom, not valid with FIPS201 options (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) and EM4102 Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable), Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for details. (SETTING NOT
APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit Wiegand
2 = 26 bit Wiegand
3 = 34 bit Wiegand
4 = 40 bit Wiegand
5 = 34 bit Wiegand (EM Parity Modified) (Note: This is = ask option 8, MIFARE CSN enabled)
4 EM4102 Output (MIFARE CSN Suppressed)
K = 26 Bit Wiegand
M=34 Bit Wiegand N=40 Bit Wiegand
P=42Bit Wiegand
Q=C&D (10 Digit Magstripe) S=32 Bit Wiegand
T = 42 bit Wiegand (Parity Modified, MIFARE CSN Suppressed)
U = 34 bit Wiegand (Parity Modified, MIFARE CSN Suppressed)
V = 34 bit Wiegand (Parity Modified, 34-bit MIFARE CSN)
5 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
6 Contact the factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options
Card Reader Description
iCLASS R15 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS R30 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS R40 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS RK40 Contactless Smart Card Keypad
Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS RKL55 Contactless Smart Card
LCD/Keypad Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
Hardware
Options 5
Configuration
Settings
Options
iCLASS
Security
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
6122
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
6132
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
Base
Part No
6142
6112
6172
Current
Rev No*
B
Color Options
Keypad
Configuration4
Optional
Custom
0 1 2
3 4 5 6 Z
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
0 1 2
3 4 5 6 Z
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
0 1 2
3 4 5 6 Z
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXXY
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXXY
MIFARE CSN3
0 1 2
3 4 5 6 Z
0 1 2
3 4 5 6 Z
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite Key (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
P = Standard with OSDP Tamper enabled
Q = Elite with OSDP Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details.
(SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (Same as 6055A and 6055BXX0011)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
5 = 37 bit
6 = 56 bit
Z = CSN Suppressed
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. OSDP interface supports standard OSDP keypad output. Configuration Setting options for Wiegand interface includes:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
20 = Single Key buffering
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
The OSDP communication modules allow host driven communication using (HID Advanced Device Protocol) / OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol) over an RS485 (Half-Duplex) hardware interface.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
5
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iCLASS Hi-O Enabled Reader Part Numbers and Options
Hardware
Options 7
Configuration
Settings
Options
iCLASS
Security
MIFARE CSN
Keypad
Configuration
Optional
Custom
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
H = Terminal Strip
with Hi-O
Communications
00
0
1
0
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
H = Terminal Strip
with Hi-O
Communications
00
0
1
0
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
6112
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
H = Terminal Strip
with Hi-O
Communications
00
0
1
0
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
iCLASS R40 Contactless Smart Card Reader
Hi-O Communications
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6122
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
H = Terminal Strip
with Hi-O
Communications
00
0
1
0
For keypad
readers only
-XXXXY
iCLASS RK40 Contactless Smart Card Keypad
Reader
Hi-O Communications
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6132
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
H = Terminal Strip
with Hi-O
Communications
00
0
1
0
00
-XXXXY
Base
Part No
Current
Rev No*
iCLASS R10 Contactless Smart Card Reader
Hi-O Communications
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6102
C
iCLASS R15 Contactless Smart Card Reader
Hi-O Communications
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6142
iCLASS R30 Contactless Smart Card Reader
Hi-O Communications
European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
Card Reader Description
Color Options
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite Key (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Hi-O bus output modes are as follows:
(SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit LSB (if MIFARE DESFire or other CSN Length, output is length of CSN output LSB)
Credential data is always represented within a Card Format Hi-O data package.
5 Keypad data is output via Hi-O bus. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = ASCII (Hi-O Bus Default)
6 Contact Factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
7 The Hi-O communications allows for encrypted CANbus communication with other Hi-O enabled devices.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS Read/Write Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
Color Options
Rev. No.*
No.
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RW100 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
Mullion Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW150 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
Mullion Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW300 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW400 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RWK400 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write, with Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand Output, and/or RS-232/422 or USB or UART
iCLASS RWKL550 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write, with LCD and Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand Output, and/or RS-232, RS- 485, USB or UART
6101
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T =
4 =
M=
U=
B =
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T =
4 =
M=
U=
B =
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T =
4 =
M=
U=
B =
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T =
4 =
M=
U=
B =
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
K = Black
T =
4 =
M=
U=
B =
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
(RoHS Compliant)
6141
(RoHS Compliant)
6111
(RoHS Compliant)
6121
(RoHS Compliant)
(RoHS Compliant)
6131
6171
(RoHS Compliant)
Hardware Options6
B
Configuration
Setting Options1
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
07
07
07
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
iCLASS
Security2
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
0
1
C
D
MIFARE CSN3
Wiegand Output
Mode
Keypad Configuration
Setting Options4
Optional
Custom5
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-XXXX Y
0
1
2
3 4 5 6 Z
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite Key (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details. (SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO
NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (Same as 6055A and 6055BXX0011)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
5 = 37 bit
6 = 56 bit
Z = CSN Suppressed
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5 Contact Factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
6 All the following communication modules allow host driven communication using the iCLASS Serial Protocol. All the following communication modules (except USB) allow for card ID reporting instantiated by the reader. For multi-drop functionality, see iCLASS OSDP
Readers. All Reader/Writers are terminal strip readers. RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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bioCLASS Reader/Enroller, Read-Only and Read/Write Biometric Reader Part Numbers and Options
Card Reader Description
Base Current
Part
Rev. Color Options
No.
No.*
iCLASS RKLB57 Contactless Smart Card Biometric Reader/Enroller:
Reader with LCD, Keypad, and fingerprint biometric module
6180
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
(Wiegand Output)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS RKLB57 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
with LCD, Keypad, and fingerprint biometric module
6180
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
(Wiegand Output)
6188
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D Output)
Requires reader/enroller or CP575A for enrolling fingerprint templates.
B
B
K = Black
Hardware Options8
R
= Reader/Enroller6
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip
(All Terminal Strip)
T = RS232
4 = RS485 (Full-Duplex)
U = USB
B = UART to UART
iCLASS RWKLB575 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write, with LCD, Keypad, and fingerprint biometric module
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand Output, and/or RS-232, RS-485, USB or UART
Requires reader/enroller or CP575A for enrolling fingerprint templates.
6181
B
K = Black
iCLASS BIO500 5 fingerprint biometric module upgrade (Sensor Only)
6190
B
K = Black
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
N = None
Configuration
Setting Options1
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
00
02
05
02
05
02
05
iCLASS
Security2
MIFARE
Keypad
CSN3
Optional
Configuration
Wiegand
Custom
4
Setting Options
Output Mode
0
1
C
D
0 = N/A
00
11
0
1
C
D
0 = N/A
00
11
0
1
C
D
0 = N/A
0 = N/A
0 = N/A
00
11
20
20
20
09
14
09
14
09
14
22
22
22
10
19 -XXXX Y
10
19 -XXXX Y
10
19 -XXXX Y
23
00
N/A
1 Configuration
Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security options (Factory or Field Configurable)
0 = Standard; protects access and biometric applications (Reads/Enrolls all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite; protects access and biometric applications (Reads/Enrolls only iCLASS cards with site-specific Elite key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Elite with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details.
(SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (Same as 6055A and 6055BXX0011)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
5 = 37 bit
6 = 56 bit
data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5 BIO500 fingerprint biometric module upgrade is compatible with the RWKL550 iCLASS LCD Keypad Reader only.
6 In addition to RKLB57 reader only (6180BKT), this part provides additional enrollment capabilities and multi-lingual support. Reader/Enroller is field configurable for one of the following behaviors: reader/enroller, readeronly or enroller-only, and field configurable for one of 10 languages (see datasheet for more information). This product replaces CP575 fingerprint template enroller (no longer available).
4 Keypad
All the following communication modules allow host driven communication using the iCLASS Serial Protocol. All the following communication modules (except USB) allow for card ID reporting instantiated by the reader.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS US Government FIPS201 Compliant Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
No.
Rev. No.*
Card Reader Description
Color Options
Hardware Options
iCLASS R10 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Mullion Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6100
6108
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R15 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Mullion Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6140
6148
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R30 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6110
6118
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS R40 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6120
6128
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6130
6138
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
T = Terminal Strip
B
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip
iCLASS RK40 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
With Keypad US, European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS RKL55 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
Read, with LCD and Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
(Wiegand)
Wiegand or Clock and Data output
(C&D)
RoHS Compliant
6170
6178
Configuration
Setting Options1
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
07
07
07
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
iCLASS
Security2
FIPS 2013
Wiegand Output
Mode
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
Keypad Configuration
Setting Options4
US Government
(FIPS 201)
Required Part
Suffix
-G3.0
-G3.0
-G3.0
-G3.0
-G3.0
-G3.0
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 FIPS 201 (USA Government Smart Card) Formats:
7 = 200 bit, 8 = 64 bit, BCD, 9 = 64 bit, REVERSE BCD, A = 40 bit, BCD, C = 40 bit, REVERSE BCD, D = 75 bit GSA, F = HMAC + 200 bit, G = HMAC + 40 bit BCD, H = HMAC + 64 bit BCD, I = 80 bit combined, J = 32 bit HMAC,
K = 200 bit & 14443A 56 bit CSN, M = 200 bit & 14443A 26 bit CSN, N = 75 bit GSA & 14443A 56 bit CSN, T = 14443A 32bit CSN.
For more information on the FIPS201 outputs, refer to the output selection guide: http://www.hidcorp.com/pdfs/products/fips201_technote.pdf
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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multiCLASS US Government FIPS201 Compliant with HID or Indala Prox Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
No.
Rev. No.*
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RP15 Combination Tech Reader: HID, AWID or Indala
Prox, iCLASS & FIPS201Mullion Mount
(Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RP40 Combination Technology Reader:
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
(C&D)
iCLASS RPK40 Combination Tech Reader:
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS & FIP201
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount Read Only, RoHS Compliant
Color Options
6145
6143
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
6125
6123
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
Hardware Options
Pigtail Only
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Pigtail Only
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Pigtail Only
(Wiegand)
(C&D)
6136
6133
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
Configuration
Setting Options1
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
US Government
(FIPS 201)
Required Part
Suffix
iCLASS
Security2
FIPS2013
Wiegand Output
Mode
Keypad Configuration
Setting Options4
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
20
02
05
02
05
02
05
09
14
22
10
19
23
-G3.0
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Custom (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 FIPS 201 (USA Government Smart Card) Formats:
7 = 200 bit, 8 = 64 bit, BCD, 9 = 64 bit, REVERSE BCD, A = 40 bit, BCD, C = 40 bit, REVERSE BCD, D = 75 bit GSA, F = HMAC + 200 bit, G = HMAC + 40 bit BCD, H = HMAC + 64 bit BCD, I = 80 bit combined, J = 32 bit HMAC,
K = 200 bit & 14443A 56 bit CSN, M = 200 bit & 14443A 26 bit CSN, N = 75 bit GSA & 14443A 56 bit CSN, T = 14443A 32bit CSN.
For more information on the FIPS201 outputs, refer to the output selection guide: http://www.hidcorp.com/pdfs/products/fips201_technote.pdf
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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multiCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Compliant with Magstripe Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Card Reader Description
Base Part Current
Rev No*
No
Color
Options
Hardware
Options
multiCLASS RM40 Combination Tech Reader,
Wiegand, Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6220
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
multiCLASS RMP40 Combination Tech Reader,
Wiegand, Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6225
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
multiCLASS RMK40 Combination Tech Keypad Reader,
Wiegand, Magnetic stripe, iCLASS
US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form factor
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6230
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
multiCLASS RMPK40 Combination Tech Keypad
Reader, Wiegand, Magnetic stripe, HID and AWID Prox,
iCLASS, US/EU APAC Back Box Mount, Wall switch form
factor, Read Only, RoHS Compliant
6236
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail
T = Terminal Strip
Configuration
Setting Options 1
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
07
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
Magnetic
Stripe Data
Output 5
iCLASS
Security 2
FIPS2013 Wiegand
Output Mode
Keypad Configuration
Setting Options 4
US Government
(FIPS 201)
Required Part Suffix
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
N/A
-G3.0
0 5 6 7 8 9
- A B C D E
F
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
N/A
-G3.0
0 5 6 7 8 9
- A B C D E
F
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
10
19
-G3.0
0 5 6 7 8 9
- A B C D E
F
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
10
19
-G3.0
0 5 6 7 8 9
- A B C D E
F
20
20
09
14
09
14
22
22
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration
Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
2 iCLASS
Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable)
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
1 = Custom,(Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
FIPS 201 (USA Government Smart Card) Formats:
7 = 200 bit, 8 = 64 bit, BCD, 9 = 64 bit, REVERSE BCD, A = 40 bit, BCD, C = 40 bit, REVERSE BCD, D = 75 bit GSA, F = HMAC + 200 bit, G = HMAC + 40 bit BCD, H = HMAC + 64 bit BCD, I = 80 bit combined, J = 32 bit HMAC,
K = 200 bit & 14443A 56 bit CSN, M = 200 bit & 14443A 26 bit CSN, N = 75 bit GSA & 14443A 56 bit CSN, T = 14443A 32bit CSN.
For more information on the FIPS201 outputs, refer to the output selection guide: http://www.hidcorp.com/pdfs/products/fips201_technote.pdf
4 Keypad
data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify. Requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5
Magnetic Stripe Data Output
0 = Northern card to 32 bit Wiegand, (FC=16 bits. ID=16 bits)
1 = ABA card, all bits raw data – C&D
4 = ABA card all ABA digits, plus 10 leading & 10 trailing 0’s – C&D
5 = ABA card all ABA digits, plus 10 leading & 10 trailing 0’s – Wiegand
6 = ABA card convert last 4 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 26 bit Wiegand
7 = ABA card convert last 7 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 26 bit Wiegand
8 = EMPI card to 26 bit Wiegand
9 = EMPI card to 34 bit Wiegand
A = ABA card, convert last 9 ABA digits in first field to binary and output as 34 bit Wiegand
B = Basic MS raw output - all bits Wiegand in order received
C = ABA to 26 bit Wiegand (FC=8 bits, ID=16 bits)
D = ABA to 34 bit Wiegand(FC=16 bits ID=16 bits)
E = ABA to 34 bit Wiegand (Mercury compatible) (FC=12 bits, ID=20 bits) F = ABA to 26 bit Wiegand
All magnetic stripe format outputs match option B (Basic MS raw output – all bits Wiegand in order received), documented on page 6 of http://www.hidglobal.com/documents/multiclass_magstripe_reader_an_en.pdf . To modify magstripe output, contact technical support
department to order desired configuration card from Table 2, column “Configuration Card”, on page 6.
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Read/Write Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
No.
Rev. No.*
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RW100 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
Mullion Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW150 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
Mullion Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW300 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RW400 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand and RS232 or RS485 or USB or UART
iCLASS RWK400 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write, with Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand Output, and/or RS-232/422 or USB or UART
iCLASS RWKL550 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer:
Read/Write, with LCD and Keypad
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Wiegand Output, and/or RS-232, RS- 485, USB or UART
6101
C
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
C
G = Gray
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
B
G = Gray
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
K = Black
T
4
M
U
B
=
=
=
=
=
RS232
RS485(Full-Duplex)
RS485(Half-Duplex)
USB
UART to UART
(RoHS Compliant)
6111
(RoHS Compliant)
6121
(RoHS Compliant)
(RoHS Compliant)
6131
6171
(RoHS Compliant)
Hardware Options5
G = Gray
K = Black
(RoHS Compliant)
6141
Color Options
B
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
Configuration
Setting Options1
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
00
03
06
06
06
06
06
06
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
01
04
07
07
07
07
07
07
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
02
05
iCLASS
Security2
US
Government
FIPS2013 Wiegand Keypad Configuration
(FIPS 201)
Output Mode
Setting Options4
Required
Part Suffix
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
--G3.0
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For Keypad
readers only
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00
11
20
09
14
22
10
19
23
-G3.0
0
1
C
D
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
iCLASS Security options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite Key (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
C = Standard with Open Collector Tamper enabled
D = Custom with Open Collector Tamper enabled
3 FIPS 201 (USA Government Smart Card) Formats:
7 = 200 bit, 8 = 64 bit, BCD, 9 = 64 bit, REVERSE BCD, A = 40 bit, BCD, C = 40 bit, REVERSE BCD, D = 75 bit GSA, F = HMAC + 200 bit, G = HMAC + 40 bit BCD, H = HMAC + 64 bit BCD, I = 80 bit combined, J = 32 bit HMAC,
K = 200 bit & 14443A 56 bit CSN, M = 200 bit & 14443A 26 bit CSN, N = 75 bit GSA & 14443A 56 bit CSN, T = 14443A 32bit CSN.
4 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
5 All the following communication modules allow host driven communication using the iCLASS Serial Protocol. All the following communication modules (except USB) allow for card ID reporting instantiated by the reader. For multi-drop functionality, see iCLASS OSDP
Readers. All Reader/Writers are terminal strip readers. RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS US Government FIPS 201 Compliant OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options
Hardware
Options 5
Configuration
Settings
Options
iCLASS
Security
FIPS2013
Wiegand Output
Mode
Keypad
Configuration4
US Government
(FIPS 201)
Required Part
Suffix
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For keypad
readers only
-G3.0
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For keypad
readers only
-G3.0
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
For keypad
readers only
-G3.0
6132
B
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00 09 10
11 14 19
20 22 23
-G3.0
6172
B
K = Black
P = Terminal Strip
with OSDP
(RS485) Module
00 01 02
03 04 05
06 07
0
1
P
Q
7 8 9 A C
D F G H I J
K M N T
00 09 10
11 14 19
20 22 23
-G3.0
Base
Part No
Current
Rev No*
iCLASS R15 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6142
C
iCLASS R30 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6112
iCLASS R40 Contactless Smart Card Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
6122
Card Reader Description
iCLASS RK40 Contactless Smart Card Keypad
Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS RKL55 Contactless Smart Card
LCD/Keypad Reader
OSDP Enabled
US, European and Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
Color Options
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
1 = Elite Key (Reads only iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from matching site specific master key; consult factory for availability)
P = Standard with OSDP Tamper enabled
Q = Elite with OSDP Tamper enabled
3
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
FIPS 201 (USA Government Smart Card) Formats:
7 = 200 bit, 8 = 64 bit, BCD, 9 = 64 bit, REVERSE BCD, A = 40 bit, BCD, C = 40 bit, REVERSE BCD, D = 75 bit GSA, F = HMAC + 200 bit, G = HMAC + 40 bit BCD, H = HMAC + 64 bit BCD, I = 80 bit combined, J = 32 bit HMAC,
K = 200 bit & 14443A 56 bit CSN, M = 200 bit & 14443A 26 bit CSN, N = 75 bit GSA & 14443A 56 bit CSN, T = 14443A 32bit CSN.
4 Keypad
data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. OSDP interface supports standard OSDP keypad output. Configuration Setting options for Wiegand interface includes:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
20 = Single Key buffering
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
The OSDP communication modules allow host driven communication using (HID Advanced Device Protocol) / OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol) over an RS485 (Half-Duplex) hardware interface. RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on
reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS / multiCLASS Transit Read-Only Reader Part Numbers and Options
Base Part Current
Rev. No.*
No.
Card Reader Description
iCLASS R10-T Contactless Smart Card Reader
iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS R15-T Contactless Smart Card Reader
iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
Mullion Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS R30-T Contactless Smart Card Reader
iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS R40-T Contactless Smart Card Reader
iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
(Wiegand)
(Wiegand)
(Wiegand)
(Wiegand)
iCLASS RK40-T Contactless Smart Card Reader with Keypad iCLASS and FeliCa
(Wiegand)
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount
Read-Only, RoHS Compliant
multiCLASS RP15-T Combination Technology Reader
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
Mullion Mount
(Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
multiCLASS RP40-T Combination Technology Reader
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS, FeliCa and CEPAS
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration
Setting Options1
iCLASS
Security2
MIFARE CSN3,
FeliCa™ IDm or
CEPAS Output
Keypad
Configuration
Setting Options5
Optional
Custom
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
6119
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
6129
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
6139
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
00 09 10
11 14 19
20 22 23
-XXXX Y
6144
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
Pigtail Only
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
6124
C
G = Charcoal Gray
K = Black
Pigtail Only
N = HID and AWID Module
D = Indala Module
00
03
01 02
04 05
06 07
0
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
For Keypad
readers only
-XXXX Y
6109
C
6149
5 6 7 8
9 A B C
D E F
multiCLASS RPK40-T Combination Technology Reader
5 6 7 8
00 09 10
Pigtail Only
00 01 02
HID, AWID, or Indala Prox, iCLASS and FeliCa
G = Charcoal Gray
9 A B C
6134
C
N = HID and AWID Module
03 04 05
0
-XXXX Y
11 14 19
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
K = Black
D E F
D = Indala Module
06 07
20 22 23
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
* Transit readers have the ability to read FeliCa IDm's and CEPAS CAN or CSN.
**Revision numbers are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability.
1 Configuration Setting Options are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
2 iCLASS Security Options (Factory or Field Configurable): See Application Note Number 28 for additional information on Key Management.
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
3 MIFARE Card Serial Number (CSN,) FeliCa IDm, CEPAS CAN/CSN output modes are as follows (Factory or Field Configurable). Refer to the "iCLASS Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide” for more details. (SETTING NOT APPLICABLE WITH
ELITE ORDERS. ELITE READERS DO NOT READ MIFARE CSN.)
5 = 64bits LSB Felica or 64bits MSB CEPAS CAN
6 = 64bits LSB Felica or 64bits MSB CEPAS CSN
7 = 64bits LSB Felica or 64 bits MSB CEPAS CAN or MIFARE
8 = 64bits LSB Felica or 64 bits MSB CEPAS CSN or MIFARE
9 = 26 bit (Even parity +24 bits LSB + Odd Parity) Felica or CEPAS CAN
A = 26 bit (Even parity +24 bits LSB + Odd Parity) Felica or CEPAS CSN
B = 26 bit (Even parity +24 bits LSB + Odd Parity) Felica or CEPAS CAN or MIFARE
C = 26 bit (Even parity +24 bits + Odd Parity) Felica or CEPAS CSN or MIFARE
D = 64 bit LSB Felica
E = 26 bit (Even parity + 24 bits LSB + Odd parity) Felica
F = 64 bits LSB FeliCa or 64 bits MIFARE
5 Keypad data is output via Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes. Configuration Setting options:
00 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
09 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
10 = Buffer six keys and add parity
11 = Buffer one key and add parity
14 = Buffer one to five keys (Standard 26 bit output)
19 = Buffer four keys and add parity
22 = Local PIN Verify.
23 = Buffer one to 11 keys
20 = Single Key buffering
Note: Local PIN Verify requires User PIN code to be programmed into the iCLASS Credential at the factory or by using the iCLASS Card Programmer (consult factory for availability.)
RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
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iCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers
MIFARE DESFire EV1 and MIFARE Classic Compliant Read-Only Part Numbers and Options
iCLASS Card Reader Description
13.56 MHz Only
Wiegand Communication
Base Part
No
Current Rev
No*
Model: RS10, Read-Only Wiegand Output
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Mullion Mount
7100
C
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-EVP00000
Model: RS40, Read-Only Wiegand Output
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7120
C
K = Black
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-EVP00000
Model: RSK40, Read-Only Wiegand Output with Keypad
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7130
C
K = Black
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-EVP00000
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration1
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult the factory for availability.
1 Default configuration is Beeper On, LED Normally Red, LED Flashes Green on card read, iCLASS HID Application, MIFARE CSN output 32 bit, Keypad 4-bit output, Tamper Disabled. For more configuration options, consult your regional technical
support representative. Custom reader configurations support up to two (2) of the following: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE DESFire EV1 (including MIFARE DESFire 0.6 backward compatible configurations). Additionally readers support ISO14443A CSN and
Prox (multiCLASS model reader required.
Notes:
- All readers RoHS compliant. RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
- Contact the factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
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multiCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers
MIFARE DESFire EV1 and MIFARE Classic Compliant Read-Only Part Numbers and Options
multiCLASS Card Reader Description
13.56 MHz & 125 kHz Support
Wiegand Communication
Base Part
No
Model: RSP15, Read-Only Wiegand Output
multiCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
125 kHz HID Prox Support
Mullion Mount
7145
C
K = Black
N = HID Prox w/ Pigtail, No Spacer
U = HID Prox w/ Pigtail & Spacer
-EVP00000
Model: RSP40, Read-Only Wiegand Output
multiCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
125 kHz HID Prox Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7125
C
K = Black
N = HID Prox w/ Pigtail, No Spacer
U = HID Prox w/ Pigtail & Spacer
-EVP00000
Model: RSPK40, Read-Only Wiegand Output with Keypad
multiCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
125 kHz HID Prox Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7136
C
K = Black
N = HID Prox w/ Pigtail, No Spacer
U = HID Prox w/ Pigtail & Spacer
-EVP00000
Current Rev
No*
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration1
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult the factory for availability.
1 Default configuration is Beeper On, LED Normally Red, LED Flashes Green on card read, iCLASS HID Application, MIFARE CSN output 32 bit, Keypad 4-bit output, Tamper Disabled. For more configuration options, consult your regional technical
support representative. Custom reader configurations support up to two (2) of the following: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE DESFire EV1 (including MIFARE DESFire 0.6 backward compatible configurations). Additionally readers support ISO14443A CSN and
Prox (multiCLASS model reader required).
Notes:
- All readers RoHS compliant. RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
- Contact the factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
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iCLASS High Frequency Migration Readers - OSDP
MIFARE DESFire EV1 and MIFARE Classic Compliant OSDP Compliant Reader Part Numbers and Options
iCLASS Card Reader Description
13.56 MHz Only
OSDP Communication
Base Part
No
Current Rev
No*
Model: RS10, OSDP Communication to and from Panel
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Mullion Mount
7102
C
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-EVP00120
Model: RS40, OSDP Communication to and from Panel
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7122
C
K = Black
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-EVP00120
Model: RSK40, OSDP Communication to and from Panel
iCLASS High Frequency Migration Reader
MIFARE DESFire EV1 & MIFARE Classic
Custom Data Application Support
Wall Switch Mount. EU/US/Asian Mounting Holes.
7132
C
Color Options
K = Black
Hardware Options
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
Configuration1
-EVP00120
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult the factory for availability.
1 Default configuration is Beeper On, LED Normally Red, LED Flashes Green on card read, iCLASS HID Application, MIFARE CSN output 32 bit, Keypad 4-bit output, Tamper Disabled. For more configuration options, consult your regional technical
support representative. Custom reader configurations support up to two (2) of the following: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE DESFire EV1 (including MIFARE DESFire 0.6 backward compatible configurations). Additionally readers support ISO14443A CSN and
Prox (multiCLASS model reader required).
Notes:
- RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
- Contact the factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
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iCLASS / multiCLASS Rijkspas Compliant Read-Only and OSDP Reader Part Numbers and Options
Card Reader Description
iCLASS – Rijkspas RS10 Contactless Smart Card Reader MIFARE DESFire
EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic
(Wiegand)
Mullion Mount
(OSDP)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS – Rijkspas RS40 Contactless Smart Card Reader:
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic
(Wiegand)
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (OSDP)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS – Rijkspas RSP15 Combination Technology Reader:
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic, HID Prox
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS – Rijkspas RSK40 Contactless Smart Card Reader with Keypad:
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic
(Wiegand)
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (OSDP)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS – Rijkspas RSPK40 Combination Technology Reader:
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic, HID Prox
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
iCLASS – Rijkspas RSP40 Combination Technology Reader:
MIFARE DESFire EV1 Rijkspas, MIFARE Classic, HID Prox
US, European & Asian Back Box Mount (Wiegand)
Read Only, RoHS Compliant
Base Part No
Current Rev No*
7100
7102
C
7120
7122
Color Options
Hardware Options
Configuration1
K = Black
T = Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-RJP00000 (Wiegand)
-RJP00112 (OSDP)
C
K = Black
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
-RJP00000 (Wiegand)
-RJP00112 (OSDP)
7145
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail, No Spacer
U = Pigtail & Spacer
7130
7132
C
K = Black
T= Terminal Strip, No Spacer
S = Terminal Strip & Spacer
7136
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail, No Spacer
U = Pigtail & Spacer
-RJP00000
7125
C
K = Black
N = Pigtail, No Spacer
U = Pigtail & Spacer
-RJP00000
-RJP00000
-RJP00000 (Wiegand)
-RJP00112 (OSDP)
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult the factory for availability.
1 Default configuration is Beeper On, LED Normally Red, LED Flashes Green on card read, No MIFARE CSN output, Keypad local verify for Rijkspas, Keypad 4-bit output non-Rijkspas, Tamper Disabled.
For more configuration options, consult the iCLASS Rijkspas Configuration Guide (www.hidglobal.com/documents.iclass_rijkspas_configuration_guide_en.xls).
Notes:
- RoHS compliant Readers are appropriately marked on reader and box. (RoHS or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive restricts certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.)
- Contact the factory for pricing, availability, and minimum order quantity.
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Reader Wiegand Output Configuration Guide
MIFARE CSN1, 2 Wiegand Data Output formats
Comments
Any HID/OEM format.
As encoded into the iCLASS card by HID factory or field programmer.
32-bit, MIFARE Card Serial Number.
For MIFARE Cards only, random number burned into card chip.
32-bit, MIFARE Card Serial Number, reverse output.
26-bit, derived from MIFARE Card Serial number.
For MIFARE Cards only, reverse output matches HID MIFARE Reader base model number: 6055A and
6055BXX0011
For MIFARE Cards only, ID = 16 lower bits of CSN. Reader generates fixed FC - defaults to 001, but can
be
Model Number
All models
XXXXCXX0000YY
XXXXCXX0001YY
XXXXCXX0002YY
34-bit, MIFARE Card Serial number plus beginning/ending parity.
For MIFARE Cards only
XXXXCXX0003YY
40-bit, MIFARE Card Serial number plus 8-bit checksum.
For MIFARE Cards only, Checksum per Philips standard.
XXXXCXX0004YY
37 bit, derived from MIFARE Ultralight or MIFARE DESFire Card
Serial
For Ultralight or MIFARE DESFire Cards only, 37 lower bits of CSN in reverse order (Keypad Readers Only)
61XXCXX0005YY
56 bit, MIFARE Ultralight or MIFARE DESFire Card Serial Number
For Ultralight or MIFARE DESFire Card Only, 56 bit CSN in reverse order (Keypad Readers Only)
61XXCXX0006YY
Notes:
1.
MIFARE CSN = Card Serial Number, a 32-bit random number burned into the chip by the chip manufacturer (not HID).
2.
iCLASS 64 bit CSN is never transmitted via the Wiegand Output. See HID Application Note Number 28 for details.
All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective companies.
iCLASS Programmer Ordering Guide
All iCLASS and bioCLASS Programmers are now located in the Credential Programmer How To Order Guide.
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SmartID Readers
SmartID Single-Technology 13.56 MHz Readers Part Numbers and Options
Card Reader Description
SmartID S10 Contactless Smart Card Reader
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Wiegand, Clock-and-Data, RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
SmartID SW100 Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Host driven RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
SmartID SK10 Contactless Smart Card Keypad Reader
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Wiegand, Clock-and-Data, RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
SmartID SWK100 Contactless Smart Card Keypad Reader/Writer
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Host driven RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
Base Part Current Color
No.
Rev. No. Options
Application1
8030
D
S = Silver
HM = HID MIFARE (default)
HC = HID MIFARE (non-default)
CM = MIFARE
DM = Dual MIFARE
DF = MIFARE DESFire
8030
D
S = Silver
TC = T/CL Protocol
RW = 3964 Protocol (Legacy)
8031
D
S = Silver
HM = HID MIFARE (default)
HC = HID MIFARE (non-default)
CM = MIFARE
DM = Dual MIFARE
DF = MIFARE DESFire
8031
D
S = Silver
TC = T/CL Protocol
RW = 3964 Protocol (Legacy)
All part numbers generated by the above grid (except HM = HID MIFARE) require an additional accompanying “format configuration”. The format configuration is a separate part
number that is combined on a PO with the above part number to make up the full definition of a reader. Format configurations are either generic (for public use) or custom. For generic
format information, see SmartID – Generic Configuration Document (http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_configuration_guide_en.pdf). For custom format definition, see
Custom SmartID Format, MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire Requirements on subsequent page. For more information on applications and format configurations, reference the whitepaper
SmartID Application and Configurations (http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_apps_configs.pdf). The HM application provides standard reader configurations, including beeper
and LEDs. The HC application allows for configuration of beeper and LEDs.
1
SmartTRANS Multi-Technology Readers Part Numbers and Options
(13.56 MHz & 125 kHz)
Card Reader Description
Base Part No.
Current
Color Options
Rev. No.
SmartID SP10 Multi-Technology Contactless Smart Card and Prox Reader
HID Prox and AWID (125 kHz) or Indala Prox
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Wiegand, Clock-and-Data, RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
8100 = HID
8140 = Indala
D
SmartID SPK10 Multi-Technology Contactless Smart Card and Prox Keypad Reader
HID Prox and AWID (125 kHz) or Indala Prox
Mullion Mount, Terminal Strip
Wiegand, Clock-and-Data, RS232, RS485 or RS422
(RoHS Compliant)
8101 = HID
8141 = Indala
D
S = Silver
S = Silver
Application1
HM = HID MIFARE (default)
HC = HID MIFARE (non-default)
CM = MIFARE
DF = MIFARE DESFire
HM = HID MIFARE (default)
HC = HID MIFARE (non-default)
CM = MIFARE
DF = MIFARE DESFire
All part numbers generated by the above grid (except HM = HID MIFARE) require an additional accompanying “format configuration”. The format configuration is a separate part
number that is combined on a PO with the above part number to make up the full definition of a reader. Format configurations are either generic (for public use) or custom. For generic
format information, see SmartID – Generic Configuration Document (http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_configuration_guide_en.pdf). For custom format definition, see
Custom SmartID Format, MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire Requirements on subsequent page. For more information on applications and format configurations, reference the whitepaper
SmartID Application and Configurations (http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_apps_configs_wp_en.pdf). The HM application provides standard reader configurations, including
beeper and LEDs. The HC application allows for configuration of beeper and LEDs.
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SmartTOOLS Card Programming Software and Devices Part Numbers and Options
All SmartID Programmers are now located in the Credential Programmer How To Order Guide.
SmartID Desktop Reader/Writer Part Numbers and Options
Contactless Smart Card Reader/Writer, Desktop, USB and RS232
800-1063*
800-8240*
SmartID SWD100 Reader/Writer, MIFARE & ISO14443-4 MIFARE DESFire & SmartxMX,
USB with PC/SC Protocol
SmartID SWD100 Reader/Writer, MIFARE & ISO14443-4 MIFARE DESFire & SmartxMX,
RS232 with T=CL Protocol
To complete the part number, specify formatting information.
For generic format information, see SmartID – Generic Configuration Document (http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_configuration_guide_en.pdf).
(http://www.hidcorp.com/documents/smartid_configuration.pdf)
For custom format definition, see Custom Format MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire Reader Ordering Guide.
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SmartID Reader Cross Reference
GEN 1 & 2
Generation 1
Generation 2
Part Number
Description
Part Number1
Description
800-8030
800-8060
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE Sector
ISO 14443-4 MIFARE DESFire reader with MIFARE configuration
8030DSCM
SmartID S10 Read Only, Custom MIFARE
800-8045
800-8075
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE PIN Reader
ISO 14443-4 MIFARE DESFire PIN reader with MIFARE configuration
8031DSCM
SmartID SK10 Read Only Keypad, Custom MIFARE
800-8061
800-8060
800-8063
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire reader
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire reader (FIPS 201 mid point compliant)
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE reader (FIPS 201 mid point compliant)
8030DSDF
SmartID S10 Read Only, DESFIRE
800-8076
800-8075
800-8063
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire PIN reader
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire PIN reader (FIPS 201 mid point compliant)
ISO 14443-3 MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE PIN reader (FIPS 201 mid point compliant)
8031DSDF
SmartID SK10 Read Only Keypad, MIFARE DESFIRE
800-8062
ISO 14443-3 Dual MIFARE reader
8030DSDM
SmartID S10 Read Only, DUAL MIFARE
800-8077
ISO 14443-3 Dual MIFARE PIN reader
8031DSDM
SmartID SK10 Read Only Keypad, DUAL MIFARE
800-8080
ISO 14443-4 reader (ISO 7816-4, PIV II Compliant)
N/A
Not Available. See iCLASS FIPS 201 Readers
800-8085
ISO 14443-4 PINpad reader (ISO 7816-4, PIV II Compliant)
N/A
Not Available. See iCLASS FIPS 201 Readers
800-8030TC
ISO 14443-4 Reader/Writer, T=CL Protocol
8030DSTC
SmartID SW100 Reader/Writer, MIFARE & ISO14443-4 MIFARE
DESFire & SmartMX, T=CL Protocol
800-8045TC
ISO 14443-4 Reader/Writer with PINpad, T=CL Protocol
8031DSTC
SmartID SW100 Reader/Writer with Keypad , MIFARE & ISO14443-4
MIFARE DESFire & SmartMX, T=CL Protocol
800-8030
ISO 14443-4 Reader/Writer, 3964 Protocol
8030DSRW
SmartID SW100 Reader/Writer, 3964 Protocol
800-8045
ISO 14443-4 Reader/Writer with PINpad, 3964 Protocol
8031DSRW
SmartID SW100 Reader/Writer with Keypad, 3964 Protocol
800-8100CM
SmartTRANS reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), MIFARE
8100DSCM
SmartTRANS SP10 Read Only, HID + AWID Prox, Custom MIFARE
800-8110CM
SmartTRANS PINpad reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), MIFARE
8101DSCM
SmartTRANS SPK10 Read Only Keypad, HID + AWID Prox, Custom
MIFARE
800-8100DF
SmartTRANS reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), MIFARE DESFire
8100DSDF
SmartTRANS SP10 Read Only, HID + AWID Prox, Custom MIFARE
DESFire
800-8110DF
SmartTRANS PINpad reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), MIFARE DESFire
8101DSDF
SmartTRANS SPK10 Read Only Keypad, HID + AWID Prox, Custom
MIFARE DESFire
800-8100
SmartTRANS reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), PIVII
N/A
Not Available. See iCLASS FIPS 201 Readers
800-8110
SmartTRANS PINpad reader (ISO 14443 & HID Prox), PIVII
N/A
Not Available. See iCLASS FIPS 201 Readers
All format configurations previously ordered with GEN 1 parts are backward compatible with GEN 2. When ordering GEN 2 product, order using the same format configuration number
previously used when ordering GEN 1 product.
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GEN 2 & FlexSmart
FlexSmart
SmartID Gen 2
Part Number1
Description
Part Number2
Description
6075AKN0000
FlexSmart HID MIFARE
8030DSHM
SmartID S10 Mullion Read Only, HID MIFARE*
6075AKNxxxx
FlexSmart HID MIFARE, non default configuration
8030DSHC
SmartID S10 Mullion Read Only, HID MIFARE*
6071AKN000000
FlexSmart HID MIFARE, Keypad
8031DSHM
SmartID SK10 Mullion Read Only Keypad, HID MIFARE*
6071AKNxxxxxx
FlexSmart HID MIFARE, Keypad, non default configuration
8031DSHC
SmartID SK10 Mullion Read Only Keypad, HID MIFARE*
6076AKNxxxx
FlexSmart Custom MIFARE
8030DSCM
SmartID S10 Mullion Read Only, Custom MIFARE*
6072AKNxxxxxx
FlexSmart Custom MIFARE, Keypad
8031DSCM
SmartID SK10 Mullion Read Only Keypad, Custom MIFARE*
6077AKNxxxx
FlexSmart Custom MIFARE DESFIRE
8030DSDF
SmartID S10 Mullion Read Only, Custom DESFire*
6073AKNxxxxxx
FlexSmart Custom MIFARE DESFIRE, Keypad
8031DSDF
SmartID SK10 Mullion Read Only Keypad, Custom DESFire*
N/A
* For wall switch requirements, this part must be ordered with every reader
8090AS
SmartID Single Gang Electrical Box Cover
1 xxxx signifies non-0000 configuration
2 When ordering GEN 2 SmartID product with FlexSmart custom configurations, modify the format reference number (FMxxxx) previously used when ordering FlexSmart
product as follows: (a) add 02 to FMxxxx and (b) separate FM and first x with a -. Thus the FlexSmart format configuration FMxxxx turns to 02FM-xxxx when ordering SmartID
GEN 2 product.
SmartID (GEN 2) & HID MIFARE
HID MIFARE
SmartID GEN2
Part Number
Description
Part Number
Description
6055Byy0000
HID MIFARE 6055 (used for read only)
8030DSHM
SmartID S10 Read Only, HID MIFARE
6055Byyxxxx
HID MIFARE 6055 (used for read only)
8030DSHC
SmartID S10 Read Only, HID MIFARE (non-default)
6055Byy0000
HID MIFARE 6055 (used for read/write)
8030DSTC
SmartID SW100 Read/Write, T=CL Protocol
6055Byy0000
HID MIFARE 6055 (used for read-only and read/write)
N/A
Not Available
6074Ayy00
HID MIFARE 6074 (Legacy)
8030DSHM
SmartID S10 Read Only, HID MIFARE
6074Ayyxx
HID MIFARE 6074 (Legacy)
8030DSHC
SmartID S10 Read Only, HID MIFARE
1
xxxx signifies non-0000 configuration
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SmartID MIFARE and MIFARE DESFire Reader Custom Format Request Form
Reader Part Numbers:
8030/8100 MIFARE or DUAL MIFARE
8030/8100 MIFARE DESFire
8031/8101 MIFARE or DUAL MIFARE with Keypad
8031/8101 MIFARE DESFire with Keypad
Description: These custom MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire readers offer a complete selection of keys and card formats for adding to existing installations or facilitating companies to
manage their own keys and formats. This worksheet will help you to gather information that will be required to process orders for these readers.
Specify the following
A-
Custom Format Number:
B-
New Custom MIFARE Format:
Use MAD (Yes/No):
Yes
No
Yes
No
If Yes, AID (recommended):
If No, Sector:
Block where data is located:
Starting bit:
Number of bits to output:
Block where data is located (2nd, DUAL Only)
Starting bit (2nd, DUAL Only)
Number of bits to output (2nd, DUAL Only)
Custom Keys (Yes/No):
C-
New Custom MIFARE DESFire Format:
Specify APPLICATION to store data:
File to store data:
Address in file where data is located:
Starting bit:
Number of bits to output:
Custom Keys (Yes/No) :
Yes
Security Level:
Plain communication
No
Plain communication secured by DES/3DES MACing
Fully DES/3DES enciphered communication
Communication mode of the file is used
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D-
Output format:
Clock-and-Data
Number of digits:
Wiegand
Number of bits:
Left Parity:
Odd
Calculation First Bit:
Right Parity:
Serial
E-
Number of chars:
Even
Last Bit:
Odd
Even
Calculation First Bit:
Last Bit:
Type (RS232/RS485/RS422):
Baud rate:
User interface:
Card reading beep (Yes/No):
Yes
No
Keypad key press beep (Yes/No):
Yes
No
LED, Left:
Set LED constant green
When combining green and red are combined, the
LED will set to yellow.
Set LED green when card is read
Set LED green when key is stroked
Set LED constant red
Set LED red when card is read
Set LED red when key is stroked
LED, Right:
Set LED constant green
When green and red are combined, the LED will
set to yellow.
Set LED green when card is read
Set LED green when key is stroked
Set LED constant red
Set LED red when card is read
Set LED red when key is stroked
Input pin 1 (When active to GND):
Used for LED (Left/Right):
Left
Right
Left
Right
LED off
LED to Green
LED to Red
LED to Yellow
Input pin 2 (When active to GND):
Used for LED (Left/Right):
LED off
LED to Green
LED to Red
LED to Yellow
Transfer all keys securely and do not place keys in this Order Guide. All custom formats require additional time to develop and test. Required is a customer sign-off before fulfilling the
first order.
Once your key is encrypted using the HID Key Wrapper program, fill-in the following information:
Wrapped Keys:
Access Key Sector
Access Key MAD
Wrapping Password (Pass Phrase) :
DISTRIBUTE OVER PHONE ONLY
Using the HID Key Wrapper program keeps your key secure during order processing.
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FlexSmart Readers Part Numbers and Options (Asia-Pacific Region Only)
Base
Current
Part No. Rev. No.*
Reader Description
Color Options1
Hardware Options
Configuration
Setting Options2
Card
CSN Wiegand Custom
Read
Keypad6 Custom7
Output Mode4 Key5
Mode3
HID FlexSmart MIFARE Reader, Read only Capability, Reads HID
Formats in sector 1 and/or CSN, Wiegand or C&D output
6075
B
K = Black Arch Slim
Z = No Bezel
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
0 1 2
0
2
1
4
0
N/A
XXXX Y
HID FlexSmart MIFARE Reader, Read Only Capability, Custom
Configurable, Wiegand or C&D output
6076
A
K = Black Arch Slim
Z = No Bezel
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
4
0
2
1
4
1
N/A
XXXX Y
HID FlexSmart MIFARE DESFire Reader, Read Only Capability,
MIFARE DESFire Custom Configurable, Wiegand or C&D output
6077
A
K = Black Arch Slim
Z = No Bezel
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
3
0
2
1
4
1
N/A
XXXX Y
6071
A
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
0 1 2
0
2
1
4
0
0 9
N/A
6072
A
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
4
0
2
1
4
1
0 9
XXXX Y
6073
A
K = Black
N = Pigtail 18” (0.5 meter)
00 01
02 03
3
0
2
1
4
1
0 9
XXXX Y
(RoHS Compliant)
(Old Part # MX200)
(Old Part # DX200)
(RoHS Compliant)
(RoHS Compliant)
HID FlexSmart MIFARE Keypad Reader,
Read only Capability, Reads HID Formats in sector 1 and/or CSN,
Wiegand or C&D
(RoHS Compliant)
HID FlexSmart MIFARE Keypad Reader, Read Only Capability,
Custom Configurable, Wiegand or C&D output
(RoHS Compliant)
HID FlexSmart MIFARE DESFire Keypad Reader, Read Only
Capability, MIFARE DESFire Custom Configurable, Wiegand or
C&D output
(RoHS Compliant)
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective companies.
1 Refer to the “13.56 MHz Accessories” page in this guide for additional bezel options.
2 6055, 6075. 6076 and 6077 Model Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
04 = Beep on, LED normally red, host must flash green
01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read
05 = Beep off, LED normally red, host must flash green
02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
06 = Beep on, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read
07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green
3 Card Read Modes are as follows (factory programmed): Refer to the "HID FlexSmart Reader Wiegand Output Configuration" Guide for more details.
0 = HID Data only (Sector 1, MIFARE Application Directory or Sector Location, only applies if “CSN Wiegand output Mode” = 0)
1 = Card Serial Number (CSN) Only
2 = HID MIFARE Data or CSN
3 = MIFARE DESFire Custom
4 = MIFARE Custom
4 Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes are as follows (factory programmed). Refer to the "HID MIFARE Reader Wiegand Output Configuration" Guide for more details.
0 = 32 bit
1 = 32 bit reverse (as in 6055A)
2 = 26 bit
3 = 34 bit
4 = 40 bit
“Card Serial Number (CSN) Wiegand Output Modes” options 1, 2, 3, and 4 cannot be used if “Card Read Mode” = 0
5 Custom Key: 0 = Standard keys, 1 = Custom keys
6 Keypad: 0 = Buffer one key, no parity, 4 bit message
9 = Buffer one key, add compliment, 8 bit message (Dorado)
7 Consult Factory.
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Custom Format MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire Reader Ordering Guide
Reader Part Numbers:
6076 (MIFARE)
6072 (MIFARE With Keypad)
6077 (MIFARE DESFire)
6073 (MIFARE DESFire With Keypad)
Description: These custom MIFARE or MIFARE DESFire readers offer a complete selection of keys and
formats for adding to existing installations or facilitating companies to manage their own keys and formats.
This worksheet will help you to gather information that will be required to process orders for these readers.
Specify the following
A-
Custom Format Number
B-
New Custom MIFARE Format
C-
.
Specify Sector
.
Block where data is located
.
Starting bit
.
Number of bits to output
.
Custom Keys
.
(Yes/No)
New Custom MIFARE DESFire Format
Specify APPLICATION to store data
.
File to store data
.
Number of bits to output
.
Custom Keys
.
(Yes/No)
All keys should be transferred securely and not placed in this Order Guide. All custom formats require additional time to
develop and test, with a customer sign-off before the first order can be fulfilled.
Once your key is encrypted using the HID Key Wrapper program, fill-in the following information:
Wrapped Key:
.
Wrapping password (Pass Phrase):
.
Using the HID Key Wrapper program will keep your key secure during order processing.
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Edge Readers
Edge™ Solo Part Numbers and Options
Edge™ Solo Product Description
Base
Part
Rev.
No.*
Color
Hardware Configuration
Configuration Option
iCLASS
Elite Key1
83000
B
K = Black
E = Externally-mounted reader
N/A
N/A
83120
B
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red,
reader flashes green on tag read
0
83125
B
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red,
Reader flashes green on tag read
0
EdgePlus™ Solo ES400
Single door, IP-based stand-alone controller with built in web interface.
Allows external connection to any Wiegand output (up to 128 bit ID) or
most HID Clock & Data readers. Indoor use only.
Stand-alone integrated access control
EdgeReader™ Solo ESR40
Single door, IP-based stand-alone controller with built in web interface,
with Integrated R40 iCLASS reader. Indoor use only.
Stand-alone integrated access control
EdgeReader Solo ESRP
Single door, IP-based stand-alone controller with built in web interface,
with Integrated RP40 Multi-Class reader. Indoor use only.
Stand-alone integrated access control
For Technical Support, call 800-237-7769 (Press option 4).
For Sales support, call 877-276-3346
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.
1
0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
Example Part #:
EdgePlus Solo ES400: 83000BKE
EdgeReader Solo ESR40: 83120AKI000
EdgeReader Solo ESRP40: 83125BKI000
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Edge™ Solo Kit Part Numbers and Options
Base
Part
Rev
No.*
Color
Hardware
Configuration
Configuration Option
iCLASS
Elite Key1
Reader /
Credential
Options
Kit EdgePlus Solo ES400 with (1) RP15 and
(20) iCLASS 37bit Cards
K83000
B
K = Black
E = Externally mounted
reader
N/A
N/A
PC
Kit EdgePlus Solo ES400 with (1) RP15 and
(10) iCLASS 37bit Keyfobs
K83000
B
K = Black
E = Externally mounted
reader
N/A
N/A
PK
Kit EdgePlus Solo ES400 with (1) R15 and
(20) iCLASS 37bit Cards
K83000
B
K = Black
E = Externally mounted
reader
N/A
N/A
RC
Kit EdgePlus Solo ES400 with (1) R15 and
(10) iCLASS37bit Keyfobs
K83000
B
K = Black
E = Externally mounted
reader
N/A
N/A
RK
Kit EdgeReader Solo ESR40 with (20) iCLASS Cards
K83120
A
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader
flashes green on tag read
0
C
Kit EdgeReader Solo ESR40 with (10) iCLASS Keyfobs
K83120
A
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader
flashes green on tag read
0
K
Kit EdgeReader multiCLASS Solo ESRP40 with
(20) iCLASS Cards
K83125
B
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader
flashes green on tag read
0
C
Kit EdgeReader Solo multiCLASS ESRP40 with
(10) iCLASS Keyfobs
K83125
B
K = Black
I = Integrated reader
00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader
flashes green on tag read
0
K
Edge™ Solo Product Description
For Technical Support, call 800-237-7769 (Press option 4).
For Sales support, call 877-276-3346
*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.
1 0 = Standard (Reads all iCLASS cards with unique keys diversified from HID master key)
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Example Part #:
Kit EdgePlus Solo ES400 with R15 and Cards: K83000BKE000-RC
Kit EdgeReader Solo ESR40 with Keyfobs: K83120AKI000-K
Kit EdgeReader Solo ESRP40 with Cards: K83125BKI000-C
Additional Card Packs and Keyfobs
Base Part
Memory
Programming
Front
Packaging
Back
Packaging
Card
Numbering
Slot Punch
Option /
Custom
Edge Solo Card Pack - (20)
EdgeSolo logo iCLASS 37bit Cards
200
0
P
C
G
M
V
EDGE
Edge Solo Key Pack – (10) iClass Keyfobs 37bit
205
0
P
K
N
M
N
Edge Solo Card/Fob Description
Example Part #:
Edge Solo Card Pack : 2000-PCGMV-EDGE
Edge Solo Key Pack : 2050-PKNMN
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13.56 MHz Accessories
Part No.
Description
iCLASS Reader Accessories
6303-104-01
iCLASS Mini-Mullion Reader Mounting Plate, Any Color (works with Rev C R10, RS10 and RW100)
6309-103-01
iCLASS Mullion Reader Mounting Plate, Any Color (works with Rev C R15, RP15, RS15, RSP15, RW150, R15-T, RP15-T)
6402-103-01
iCLASS EU/Asian Reader Mounting Plate, Any Color (works with Rev C R30, RW300, R30-T)
6403-109-01
iCLASS Wall Switch Reader Mounting Plate, Any Color (works with Rev C R40, RP40, RS40, RSP40, RW400, R40-T, RP40-T)
6094-101-01
iCLASS Wall Switch Keypad Reader Mounting Plate, Any Color (works with Rev C RK40, RPK40, RSK40, RSPK40, RWK400,
RK40-T, RPK40-T)
6132AKB
iCLASS Mini-Mullion Reader Spacer, Black (works with R10, RS10, RW100 and R10-T)
6132AGB
iCLASS Mini-Mullion Reader Spacer, Gray (works with R10, RS10, RW100 and R10-T)
6132AKC
iCLASS Mullion Reader Spacer, Black (works with R15, RP15, RS15, RSP15, RW150, R15-T, RP15-T)
6132AGC
iCLASS Mullion Reader Spacer, Gray (works with R15, RP15, RS15, RSP15, RW150, R15-T, RP15-T)
6132AKD
iCLASS EU/Asian Reader Spacer, Black (works with R30, RW300, R30-T)
6132AGD
iCLASS EU/Asian Reader Spacer, Gray (works with R30, RW300, R30-T)
6132AKE
iCLASS Wall Switch Reader Spacer, Black (works with R40, RP40, RS40, RSP40, RW400, R40-T, RP40-T)
6132AGE
iCLASS Wall Switch Reader Spacer, Gray (works with R40, RP40, RS40, RSP40, RW400, R40-T, RP40-T)
6132AK
iCLASS Wall Switch Keypad Reader Spacer, Black (works with RK40, RPK40, RSK40, RSPK40, RWK400, RK40-T, RPK40-T)
6132AG
iCLASS Wall Switch Keypad Reader Spacer, Gray (works with RK40, RPK40, RSK40, RSPK40, RWK400, RK40-T, RPK40-T)
6410-303-01
multiCLASS Magnetic Stripe Reader Backplate, Integrated Mag Reader and Read Head, Black.
400-2D71-06
iCLASS reader security screw (Qty 1)
SmartID Reader Accessories
8090AS
SmartID Single-gang Electrical Box Cover
9287AS
SmartID Spacer Kit
0300A
SmartID Tamper Switch
0055A
SmartID Screw Cover
0056A
SmartID Black Plexiglas Cover
0057A
SmartID 8 Pin Connector
HID 6055 MIFARE Reader Accessories
5395-104-01
Classic cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - White
5395-104-02
Classic cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Beige
5395-104-03
Classic cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Black
5395-104-04
New Look
Classic cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Charcoal Gray
2
5395-371-01
Designer cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Black
5395-371-02
Designer cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Charcoal Gray
5395-371-04
Designer cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - Wave Blue
5395-371-05
Designer cover, 6055 MIFARE Reader (Rev. C) - White
HID FlexSmart Reader Series
FPZ3511H
HID Bezel Cover, Arch Slim Reader - Black
FPZ3517H
HID Bezel Cover, Arch Slim Reader - Beige
FPZ3521H
HID Bezel Cover, Arch Wall Switch Reader - Black
FPZ3527H
HID Bezel Cover, Arch Wall Switch Reader - Beige
FPZC1511H
HID Bezel Cover, Wave Slim Reader - Black
FPZC1514H
HID Bezel Cover, Wave Slim Reader - Blue
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Part No.
Description
HID FlexSmart Reader Series (continued)
FPZC1521H
HID Bezel Cover, Wave Wall Switch - Black
FPZC1524H
HID Bezel Cover, Wave, Wall Switch Reader - Blue
Indala
02-0004-01
Universal Power Supply for the Indala ProxSmith
iCLASS Credentials
1
2
3
CONFIG-0001
Configuration Card Pack, HADP Addresses 0-8, Non-LCD Readers
CONFIG-0002
Configuration Card Pack, HADP Addresses 0-8, LCD Readers
To ensure security of the format and cards, a Software License Agreement must be signed by the final user of the 3012AKN00, 3012ANS00, and be on file at HID prior to shipment.
Developer's Resource CD includes: Serial Protocol Documentation and Developer's Test Program to assist in developing custom MIFARE software applications.
Demo CD Includes: MIFARE Documentation and Sample Application Program.
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iCLASS Programming Platform
HID Global's iCLASS Programming Platform allows the programming of a configured iCLASS card
TM
through a FARGO HDP printer, increasing the flexibility of programming options for customers.
Through this platform, the HID Access Control Application is programmed directly to a card with unique
facility codes and card numbers. This tool allows a dealer or integrator to support multiple customers with
a stock of configured cards, programming the cards only when the customer wishes. For the dealer or
integrator, increase flexibility offering fully programmed iCLASS cards at a moment’s notice.
End-users benefit from this platform by maintaining control over their facility codes and card numbers,
printing identification badges within their own facility. Use the iCLASS Programming Platform to replace
lost badges on the spot instead of having to experience any delays from re-ordering an iCLASS card from
their local dealer or integrator.
Components of the iCLASS Programming Platform
• Configured iCLASS Credentials
• iCLASS Programming Platform Encoder installed within an Fargo HDP Printer
• iCLASS Programming Platform Smart Card containing a specific facility code and the number of
credential credits purchased
• Fargo HDP 5000 or HDPii Printer
• Asure ID Card Personalization Software (Enterprise Version)
Configured iCLASS Credentials
Configured iCLASS Credentials come with all your standard card body options, including PVC and
Composite makeup, from 2k to 32k in size. A configured iCLASS Credential has the Access Control
Application loaded with the application lay-out defined, but does not contain specific facility codes or card
numbers. These are added through the iCLASS Programming Platform.
Encoder
The iCLASS Programming Platform Encoder is a specialized version of an HID encoder that installs
directly to the HDP Printer. This encoder communicates with the iCLASS Programming Platform Smart
Card and Asure ID Card Personalization Software to program cards with the appropriate facility code,
card number and other data. In a single pass, program this card data, and enable a personalized photo,
background image or other security features through the Fargo printer.
Smart Card with Facility Code and Credential Credits
Order the iCLASS Programming Platform Smart Card with a specific facility code and required number of
credential credits. When inserting this smart card into an external contact smart card reader (OMNIKEY
readers offer several options), the iCLASS Programming Platform Smart Card communicates with the
iCLASS Programming Platform Encoder allowing the programming of a configured iCLASS Credential
with the appropriate facility code and other information from Asure ID.
FARGO HDP Printers and Asure ID are products from HID Global. Go to www.hidglobal.com > Solutions
> Fargo Printers to find your local Authorized Integrator.
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iCLASS Programming Platform Ordering Guide
The iCLASS Programming Platform consists of configured cards, an encoder and smart cards used in combination with
an HDP printer and Asure ID software. When completing this order, ensure discussing all choices with the user.
I.
Configured iCLASS Programming Platform Cards
Ensure checking each required option with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order.
Base Model
200 Standard PVC
210 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *
iCLASS Memory Size and Allocation (Check One)
0 - 2k Bits (256 Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
1 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 2 Application Areas
2 - 16k Bits (2k Bytes) with 16 Application Areas
3 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/2+16k/1
4 - 32k Bits (4K Bytes) Application areas 16k/16+16k/1
Front Packaging
Programming (Check One)
C - Configured, Non-Programmed iCLASS. Programming Information Not
Required.
Front Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish
Back Packaging (Check One)
G - Plain White with Gloss Finish1
Card Numbering3 (Check One)
N - No External Card Numbering
Slot Punch (Check One)
N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)
Back Packaging
Enter your final card options from checked boxes
above. Example: 2001CGGNN
Final Part Number
Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging still have a small “HID logo” "
" and reference number printed in the lower left-hand corner
* The composite construction is recommended for all cards with over-laminate applied. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.
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II.
iCLASS Programming Platform Encoder
089182 H5K-SDI-D-ENCODER – contains docking station for insertion into the HDP Printer bay two (2)
089181 H5K-SDI-ENCODER
– for insertion into the HDP Printer bay zero (0)
III.
iCLASS Programming Platform Smart Card
Base Model
VCI-SCCC
VCI-SCCF
Customers should choose VCI-SCCC if they wish to use any card number contained within the range permitted by the format number selected.
For example, format number H10301 allows for 65,535 card numbers and customers who select VCI-SCCC use any of those numbers.
VCI-SCCF restricts the card number to the next in the series. If the customer has previously ordered and used card numbers 1 – 50, the next
set of numbers start at 51. Using VCI-SCCF prevents duplication of card numbers within the facility code and format range.
Facility Code:
Format Number:
iCLASS Elite ICE Number (if applicable):
Number of Credits:
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Corporate 1000 Format Request & Authorization Form
®
Corporate 1000 is a 35-bit card format that is developed specifically for use by individual end-user organizations. Organizations
must qualify, formally enroll and be accepted by HID Global Corporation.
The Corporate 1000 Format is offered to large, multi-location, and end-user organizations which use HID access control readers
and cards. In this program, the end-user has the flexibility to choose any access control hardware/software platform and any
HID System Provider. As the end-user utilizing the Corporate 1000 Program, fill in your company information in TABLE I.
Ensure all fields are complete for the primary and secondary (if desired) authorized contacts within your company.
TABLE I: Your Company’s Primary and Secondary Contacts
Information
Security Director Contact
IT Director Contact
Company Name
Mailing Address
City
State/Province
Country
Zip/Postal Code
Contact Name
Title
Contact Signature
X
X
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-mail Address
Card numbers available within the Corporate 1000 format are 0 – 1,048,575.
Indicate the card number in which your first order should start: Enter start number here.
All card numbers following this number will be “blocked” from use. If you do not specify a card start number, your first order will
start at one (1). Should you require assistance, contact your systems provider or HID directly.
Added card security:
Invisible Ink
Advantage OVD
Hologram
Micro-fine Printing
Signature Panel
Once accepted into the Corporate 1000 Program, HID shall grant a royalty free license to use the Corporate 1000 Format within
your organization. Please sign below to enroll in this program and to confirm your acceptance of the License Agreement.
ACCEPTANCE OF HID CREDENTIAL PROGRAM LICENSE AGREEMENT
The undersigned party hereby accepts and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the HID Credential Program.
License Agreement is located at www.hidglobal.com/pdfs/credential_license.pdf, pursuant to which a license is granted to the
undersigned party authorizing the use of certain credential formats in connection with participation by the undersigned in the
HID Corporate 1000 Program.
Dated:
Company Name :
November 2012
Authorized Signature : X
Contact Name:
Title :
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To ensure the security of your card format, authorize any HID System Provider to purchase and manage your Corporate 1000
cards on your behalf. Enter authorized HID System Provider information in Table II, and HID System Installers in Table III.
Use this form to communicate all authorization concerning your Corporate 1000 format. It is recommended for each end-user to
maintain an original copy of this form listing all authorizations.
TABLE II: Authorized HID System Providers
Company # 1
Company # 2
Company Name
Contact Name
Title
Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-Mail Address
Authorized End-User Name
X
Authorized End-User Signature
X
Date
TABLE III: Authorized HID System Installers
Company # 1
Company # 2
Company Name
Contact Name
Title
Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-Mail Address
Authorized End-User Name
X
Authorized End-User Signature
X
Date
Send to HID Global for approval and processing by faxing: 949-732-2359.
For assistance, contact your Customer Service Representative. To add or remove authorizations, submit an HID Global
Corporate 1000 Change Form.
For Internal Use Only:
HID Sales Manager:
Print Name
Issued Corporate 1000 Format No.:
November 2012
X
Signature
Date
Entered by HID Global after approval.
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iCLASS Elite Program™ Request & Authorization Form
The iCLASS Elite program includes a credential format and custom authentication key. Use any format, including the HID
Corporate 1000 format. Corporate 1000 is a 35-bit card format available for qualified end-users by formal enrollment and
acceptance by HID Global. A custom authentication key provides increase security. HID assigns the key to guarantee
uniqueness, and programs the site-specific readers and credentials.
With the iCLASS Elite program, the end-user has the flexibility to choose any access control hardware/software platform, or any
HID System Provider. As the iCLASS Elite program end-user, enter your company information in TABLE I. Ensure all fields are
complete for the primary and secondary (if desired) authorized contacts within your company.
TABLE I: Your Company’s Primary and Secondary Contacts
Information
Primary Company Contact
Secondary Company Contact
Company Name
Mailing Address
City
State/Province
Country
Zip/Postal Code
Contact Name
Title
X
Contact Signature
X
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-mail Address
Enter the program features:
35-Bit Credential Format (if different, enter:
)
Custom Authentication Key
Once accepted into the iCLASS Elite Program, HID shall grant a royalty free license to use the iCLASS Elite Program
within your organization. Sign below to enroll in this program and your acceptance of the License Agreement.
ACCEPTANCE OF HID CREDENTIAL PROGRAM LICENSE AGREEMENT
The undersigned party hereby accepts and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the HID Credential Program.
License Agreement is located at www.hidglobal.com/pdfs/credential_license.pdf, pursuant to which a license is granted to the
undersigned party authorizing the use of certain credential formats in connection with participation by the undersigned in the
HID iCLASS Elite Program.
Dated:
Company Name :
November 2012
Authorized Signature : X
Contact Name:
Title :
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To ensure the security of your card format, authorize any HID System Provider to purchase and manage your iCLASS Elite
Credential format on your behalf. Enter authorized HID System Provider information in Table II, and System Installers in Table
III.
Use this form to communicate all authorization concerning your iCLASS Elite Credential format. It is recommended for each
end-user to maintain an original copy of this form listing all authorizations.
TABLE II: Authorized HID System Providers
Company # 1
Company # 2
Company Name
Contact Name
Title
Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-Mail Address
Authorized End-User Name
X
Authorized End-User Signature
X
Date
TABLE III: Authorized HID System Installers
Company # 1
Company # 2
Company Name
Contact Name
Title
Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
E-Mail Address
Authorized End-User Name
X
Authorized End-User Signature
X
Date
Send to HID Global for approval and processing by faxing: 949-732-2359.
For assistance, contact your Customer Service Representative. To add or remove authorizations, submit an HID Global
iCLASS Elite Program Change Form.
For Internal Use Only:
HID Sales Manager:
Print Name
Issued iCLASS Elite Program Format No.:
November 2012
X
Signature
Date
Entered by HID Global after approval.
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