HID 125kHz How to Order Guide

HID 125kHz How to Order Guide

125 kHz Proximity

Physical Access

How to Order Guide

D00530, Release B.9

October 2012

The most current version of this document is always available for download at: www.hidglobal.com/documents/125khz_htog_en.pdf

.

To check status on your order, go to: www.hidglobal.com > Knowledge Center > Customer Support > Customer Order Status.

For Contact cards, 3 rd

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, ProxCard, DuoProx, ProxKey, ISOProx, ProxPass, eProx, MicroProx, Flexpass, FlexKey, ProxPoint, MiniProx,

ProxPro, ThinLine, MaxiProx, EntryProx, Prox80, FlexPass, and Corporate 1000 are the trademarks or registered trademarks of

HID Global Corporation, or its licensors, in the U.S. and other countries.

This document is subject to change without notice.

Document History

Date Author

10/11/12 MB / SA /

DD (PT)

6/25/12 DD / MR

02/28/12 DD

02/21/12 SA

02/01/12 DD

Description

Added HITAG 1 technologies (based part number 1546)

Added “Custom” option to key fob 1346, remove option C: Casi programming for

1386/1586 & 1336/1536, 1326 & 1391

Corrected ProxPro Reader Family (5455 / 5458 / 5355 / 5352 / 5358) – Config settings – added back 09 and 14 options

Updated Corporate 1000 Form to include new Table 1 headings.

Modified Document History for B.5 revision.

Corrected FPTAG Ordering Guide

Removed all instances of MultiProx

Version

B.9

B.8

B.7

B.6

B.5

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Contents

Credentials .................................................................................................................................................... 3

Overview ................................................................................................................................................................... 3

1326 - ProxCard

®

1336 / 1536 - DuoProx

®

1351 - ProxPass

®

II Card Ordering Form .................................................................................................................. 4

1346 - ProxKey

®

1386 / 1586 - ISOProx

®

II Card Ordering Form ......................................................................................................... 5

III Keyfob Ordering Form................................................................................................................ 6

II Card Ordering Form ......................................................................................................... 7

II Vehicle Identification Tag Ordering Form .................................................................................. 8

1391 - MicroProx® Tag Proximity Ordering Form ..................................................................................................... 9

1546 – HITAG-based Card Ordering Form.............................................................................................................. 10

168/169 Style - ProxCard

®

Plus Card Ordering Form ............................................................................................. 11

Direct Image PVC Glossy Label Part Numbers ....................................................................................................... 12

Custom Artwork Checklist Form .............................................................................................................................. 13

Indala 125kHz Credential ............................................................................................................................ 14

FPISO - FlexPass Imageable Card Ordering Guide ................................................................................................ 15

FPSMT - Flexpass™ Imageable Card with Contact Chip Ordering Guide .............................................................. 16

FPCRD - FlexCard Standard Card Ordering Guide ................................................................................................. 17

FPTAG - FlexTag® Ordering Guide ........................................................................................................................ 18

FPKEY - FlexKey® Keytag Ordering Guide ............................................................................................................ 19

CXKEY - CX Keytag Ordering Guide ...................................................................................................................... 20

FPMXI - Flexpass™ Proximity Multiple Technology Imageable Card Ordering Guide ............................................ 21

FlexPass Formats ................................................................................................................................................... 22

Electronic Artwork Requirement Checklist .................................................................................................. 23

Anti-Counterfeiting Descriptions ................................................................................................................. 24

Custom Artwork Placement and Inkjet Location Form ................................................................................ 25

ProxCard

®

DuoProx

®

ISOProx

®

II Cards .................................................................................................................................................. 25

II Cards ................................................................................................................................................... 26

II Cards ................................................................................................................................................... 27

MicroProx Tag ......................................................................................................................................................... 28

HID Global card with HITAG1.................................................................................................................................. 29

1050AGN00 ProxProgrammer

®

Ordering Guide ........................................................................................ 30

HID Proximity Readers ................................................................................................................................ 31

Accessories ............................................................................................................................................................. 31

6005 / 6008 - ProxPoint

®

5365 / 5368 - MiniProx

®

5395 / 5398 - ThinLine

®

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ................................................................... 34

5455 / 5458 / 5355 / 5352 / 5358 - ProxPro

®

5375 - MaxiProx

®

Plus Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ......................................................... 33

Family Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ........................ 35

II Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ................................................................ 36

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ............................................................................. 37

4045 - EntryProx™ Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options .......................................................................... 38

5405 / 5408 - Prox80

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options ..................................................................... 39

Indala Proximity Readers ............................................................................................................................ 40

Overview ................................................................................................................................................................. 40

FP - FlexPass

®

Reader Ordering Guide .................................................................................................................. 41

Advantage Series (ASR) Reader Ordering Guide ................................................................................................... 42

ProxSmith Programmer and Software Part Numbers .............................................................................................. 42

FlexPass Accessories ............................................................................................................................................. 43

Corporate 1000™ Format - Request & Authorization Form ....................................................................... 44

Index of Terms for HID Credentials ............................................................................................................ 46

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Credentials

Overview

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 credential orders must have the following information:

• Base Model Number - Indicates type of credential

• Frequency - Indicates high (400 kHz), low (125 kHz), or (13.56 MHz) frequency. Low frequency (125 kHz) is standard for all HID Proximity access credentials. 400 kHz is an optional frequency offered for use with the older generation Destron/IDI products and ProxCard

®

II proximity credentials. 13.56 MHz is the contactless frequency associated with iCLASS® and MIFARE®.

• Programming - Indicates whether the credential is programmed at the factory by HID or programmed by you with an

HID field programmer. If the credential is ordered non-programmed, an HID field programmer must be used for programming. (Contact an HID sales representative for field programmer eligibility.)

Note: For the iCLASS Prox embeddable card, see the

Logical Access How to Order Guide .

• Front Packaging - Indicates standard or custom artwork and type of finish.

• Back Packaging - Indicates standard or custom artwork and type of finish.

• 125 kHz Credential Numbering - Internal 125 kHz programmed number and visible external credential number.

• Slot Punch

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 and Format(s) Numbers

• Facility Code(s)

• Internal and External Start Numbers

• Any Special Instructions

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1326 - ProxCard

®

II Card Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

1326 Base Model

Programming (Check One)

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz) HID. Specify Programming Information.

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging (Check One)

S - ProxCard II Artwork - Vinyl with Matte Finish

M - Plain White Vinyl with Matte Finish

G - Plain White PVC with Gloss Finish

A - ProxCard II with Adhesive Front

1

C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number

2

Back Packaging (Check One)

S - Base with Molded HID Logo

C - Custom Artwork - Specify Custom Artwork Number 2

Card Numbering

3

(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

(Base)

Back

Packaging

Slot Punch

V - Vertical Slot Punch

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Option - Custom Artwork

2

(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)

Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1326LSSMV

Final Part Number 1326 V -

(Options #)

125 kHz Card Programming Information

Bit Numbers .

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

Facility Code .

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Card No. Start .

Stop .

External Card No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

1

The part numbers for non-adhesive labels to be used with the ProxCard II with the adhesive front are 1324GGN31 without slot and 1324GGV31 with slot.

2

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.

4

Programmed as a sequential 12 digit number.

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1336 / 1536 - DuoProx

®

II Card Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

Base Model 1336 Standard PVC 1536 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *

Programming (Check One)

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Specify Programming Information.

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White PVC w/ Gloss Finish

C - Custom Artwork w/ Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

Back Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White PVC w/ Gloss Finish

2

S - Standard DuoProx II Artwork Gloss Finish

2

C - Custom Artwork w/ Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1, 2

Card Numbering

3

(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)

5

B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)

5

C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)

5

Back Packaging

Slot Punch

4

(Check One)

N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical and horizontal slot punch will remain)

V - Vertical Slot Punch (Printed location of horizontal slot punch will remain)

H - Horizontal Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)

For the DuoProxII embeddable card, see the Logical Access How to Order Guide .

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Option - Custom Artwork

1

(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)

Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1336LGGMN

Final Part Number -

(Options #)

125 kHz Card Programming Information

Bit Numbers

Facility Code

.

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

.

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Card No. Start .

Stop .

External Card No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

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” "

3

number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card.

4

The external card number is placed in the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the card.

" and reference

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.

5

For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.

6

Programmed as a sequential 12 digit number.

* The composite construction is recommended for all cards that will have an over-laminate applied.

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1346 - ProxKey

®

III Keyfob Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

1346 Base Model

Programming (Check One)

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Specify Programming Information.

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging

N – ProxKey III - Black with grey insert. Includes HID Standard Artwork

C – ProxKey III - Custom Artwork – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

Back Packaging

S - Standard

Keyfob Numbering

2

(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)

3

B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)

3

C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)

3

.24 in

[6 mm]

Front Packaging Back Packaging

1. 25 in [31.75 mm]

Additional Options

4

N - No Option

Shown – Front Packaging Option “N”

12345 = Keyfob ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Enter your final ProxKey options from check boxes above. Example: 1346LNSMN

Final Part Number 1346 S N

125 kHz ProxKey Programming Information

Bit Numbers .

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

Facility Code .

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Key No. Start .

Stop .

External Key No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

1

2

For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost.

The external number is placed on the back of the Keyfob.

3

For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.

4

Key Ring sold separately (Part Number: 57-0001-02).

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1386 / 1586 - ISOProx

®

II Card Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

Base Model 1386 Standard PVC 1586 Composite 40% Polyester / PVC *

Programming (Check One)

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Specify Programming Information.

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White PVC w/ Gloss Finish

C - Custom Artwork w/ Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

Back Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White PVC w/ Gloss Finish

2

S - Standard ISOProx II Artwork Gloss Finish

2

C - Custom Artwork w/ Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1, 2

Card Numbering (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)

5

B - Sequential Internal/Sequential Non-Matching External (Engraved)

5

C - Random Internal/Non-Matching Sequential External (Engraved)

5

Front Packaging

Back Packaging

Slot Punch

4

(Check One)

N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical and horizontal slot punch will remain)

V - Vertical Slot Punch (Printed location of horizontal slot punch will remain)

H - Horizontal Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)

For the IsoProx II embeddable card, see the Logical Access How to Order Guide .

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Option - Custom Artwork

1

(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)

Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1386LGGMN

Final Part Number -

(Options #)

125 kHz Card Programming Information

Bit Numbers

Facility Code

.

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

.

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Card No. Start .

Stop .

External Card No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

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” "

3

number printed in the lower left-hand corner and a slot punch target printed on the back of the card.

4

The external card number is placed in the bottom right-hand corner on the back of the card.

" and reference

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.

5

For Laser Engraved external numbers, consult factory for lead times and cost.

6

Programmed as a sequential 12 digit number.

* The composite construction is recommended for all cards that will have an over-laminate applied.

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1351 - ProxPass

®

II Vehicle Identification Tag Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

1351 Base Model

Programming

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Specify Programming Information.

Color

B - Standard beige finish

Back Packaging

S - Standard HID logo

Tag Numbering (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)

Hardware Option

N - None

Enter your final Tag options from check boxes above. Example: 1351LBSMN

Final Part Number 1351 L B S N -

(Optional Artwork #)

Front Packaging

12345 = Tag ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

125 kHz Tag Programming Information

Back Packaging

Bit Numbers .

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

Facility Code .

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Tag No. Start .

Stop .

External Tag No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

The ProxPass II Tag includes two replaceable internal batteries and Velcro strips for a complete and simple installation.

Battery Part # BR2330 is available at most electronic stores (not sold by HID).

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1391 - MicroProx® Tag Proximity Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

1391 Base Model

Programming (Check One)

L - Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Specify Programming Information.

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz). Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging (Check One)

S - Gray with HID Standard Artwork

K - Black with HID Standard Artwork

B - Plain Black Finish, (No Artwork)

G - Plain Gray Finish, (No Artwork)

C - Custom Artwork – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

Back Packaging

3

S - Adhesive Backing

Tag Numbering

2

(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)

Slot Punch

N - None

Optional Custom Artwork

1

(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)

Enter your final Tag options from check boxes above. Example: 1391LKSMN

Final Part Number 1391 S N -

(Optional Artwork #)

125 kHz Tag Programming Information

Bit Numbers .

(example: 26 bit) Format Number (example: H10301)

Facility Code .

(Custom Formats) Site Code .

City Code .

OEM Code .

Internal Tag No. Start .

Stop .

External Tag No. Start .

Stop .

Special Instructions: .

1

2

For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, minimum order quantities, and cost.

3

The external tag number is placed on the back of the tag.

The MicroProx Tag is not for use on cards that use full insertion or tractor feed type readers.

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

MicroProx Tag will work in every situation. Functional and non-functional MicroProx Tags are available for compatibility testing with existing credential and reader technologies. Compatibility should be confirmed prior to ordering.

MicroProx Placement

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1546 – HITAG-based Card Ordering Form

Ensure each required option has been checked with the appropriate choice to fulfill a completed order form.

Base Model 1546 HITAG 1 Standard PVC

Programming

N - Non-Programmed, Low Frequency (125 kHz).

Programming Information Not Required.

Front Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White with Gloss Finish

C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork

1

Back Packaging (Check One)

G - Plain White with Gloss Finish

2

C - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish – Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

1 - Plain White with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe

2

3 - Custom Artwork with Gloss Finish with Magnetic Stripe - Specify Custom Artwork Number

1

D - Glossy White with Debitek Mag Stripe

12345 = Card ID Number (if applicable)

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

HITAG Card Numbering

N - No External Card Numbering

Slot Punch (Check One)

N - No Slot Punch (Printed location of vertical slot punch will remain)

V - Vertical Slot Punch

Option - Custom Artwork

2

(Specify Artwork Number – Refer to the Custom Artwork Forms for new Artwork)

Enter your final card options from check boxes above. Example: 1546NGDNN

Final Part Number 1546 N N -

(Options #)

1

2

For new artwork files, contact Customer Service for custom artwork number, lead-times, and cost.

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 a slot punch target printed on the back of the card

"

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168/169 Style - ProxCard

®

Plus Card Ordering Form

Instructions

1. Select one option from each category (1-5) and mark the appropriate box.

2. Complete the Programming Information and Company Information Sections.

3. Fax the completed Ordering Guide to HID’s North Haven, CT, office at 1-203-407-5967, Attn.: Customer Service.

4. HID Corporation will determine the correct part number based on the options you specify, and fax you the part number and specification

sheet.

5. Place an order for the ProxCard Plus card with the part number provided by HID.

Card Thickness: 0.047” ± 0.004” - Check with your printer manufacturer to verify card printability

- Magnetic Stripe applications: Verify reader slot width.

Style 168 card = Non-printable surface, Matte Finish Style 169 card = Printable surface, Gloss Finish

1. Card Front

5. Slot Punch

3

ProxCard Plus Artwork

Plain White

1

Custom Artwork (500 Min.)

2. Card Back

No Slot Punch

(Printed halo of horizontal slot punch will remain)

Horizontal Slot Punch

4

6. Card Style (Wiegand Code Strip Location)

Plain White

Custom Artwork (500 Min.)

3. Card Finish

Matte Finish

Gloss Finish

Note: Cards are manufactured with similar front and back side finishes only, (i.e. Matte/Matte or Gloss/Gloss)

4. High Coercivity Magnetic Stripe

Front Back None

A (If unsure or card is used in a mixed reader environment,

contact the factory)

A1

Notes:

1

Call Customer Service for availability, minimum order requirements, and a quote for custom cards.

Cards ordered with plain white front and back packaging, with no HID artwork or custom artwork, will have a small “HID” printed in the lower right-hand corner and a horizontal slot punch halo target

2 printed on the back of the card.

The external card number is ink jet printed in the lower left-hand corner on the back of the card.

Zero gap numbering is not available. The external PIN numbers will be associated with the

3

Wiegand programming unless otherwise specified.

Some video imaging printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched cards. Consult with the printer manufacturer prior to printing.

4

Consult customer service for vertical slot punch.

Programming Information (Wiegand):

Facility Code: “A” Field .

“B” Field .

(if required)

Bit Format: .

Internal PIN Start No:

External Card Numbering

2

: .

Front Back

Matching PIN

Non-Matching Sequential Start No.:

Non-Matching Start No. (Random):

None

For Internal Use Only (Completed by HID):

ProxCard Plus Part Number:

Programming Information (Proximity):

(If different than Wiegand Programming Info)

Facility Code: “A” Field

“B” Field .

(if required)

.

Company Information:

Company Name: .

Contact: .

Bit Format: .

City: .

Internal PIN Start No:

Total Qty.: (100 Min.)

.

.

.

Address: .

State: .

Zip Code: .

Phone: .

Fax: .

Part No.: 1 6 8 or 1 6 9

.

Issued By: Date:

.

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Direct Image PVC Glossy Label Part Numbers

Part # Description

1324GAV11 ProxCard II size with slot punch, white adhesive back

1324GAN11 ProxCard II size, no slot punch, white adhesive back

Thickness Dimensions

10 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

10 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

1324GAV21 ProxCard II size with slot punch, white adhesive back

1324GAN21 ProxCard II size, no slot punch, white adhesive back

20 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

20 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

1324GGV31 ProxCard II size with slot punch, no adhesive

1324GGN31 ProxCard II size, no slot punch, no adhesive

1324GBV22 ISOProx II and ProxCard II size with slot punch, brown (3M) adhesive back 20 mil PVC 3.370” x 2.125”

1324GBN22 ISOProx II and ProxCard II size, no slot punch, brown (3M) adhesive back

1324GAV22 ISOProx II and ProxCard II size, with slot punch, white adhesive back

1324GAN22 ISOProx II and ProxCard II size, no slot punch, white adhesive back

30 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

30 mil PVC 3.310” x 2.060"

20 mil PVC 3.370” x 2.125”

20 mil PVC 3.370” x 2.125”

20 mil PVC 3.370” x 2.125”

1324CAN10 Clear guard protection label for use with all direct image cards

1. Some dye sublimation printers cannot accommodate pre-slot punched labels; consult with the printer manufacturer prior to ordering.

2. Labels are packaged in multiples of 100 pieces. Minimum order quantity is 100 pieces. Orders will be accepted in multiples of 100 pieces per label Model.

3. Make sure to adjust your dye sublimation printer setting to the proper PVC label thickness and dimension.

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Custom Artwork Checklist Form

Company Name:

Quantity:

PO No.

Card/Tag and Artwork File No.

Date

Minimum order quantity for Custom Artwork is 500 cards per order. Some Custom Artworks may be higher.

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.

Card Type: Standard PVC

1391 - MicroProx Tag 1326 - ProxCard

®

II 1386 - ISOProx

®

II 1336 - DuoProx

®

II

1546 - HITAG1

Card Type: Composite PVC/Polyester

(Additional fee and longer lead-time)

1586 - ISOProx

®

II 1536 - DuoProx

®

II

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 Color(s): .

Back Side Color(s): .

Do you plan to print over or around the custom artwork with a dye sublimation printer? Yes No

“Surface” or “Laminated” Lithographic Printing (

Refer to the “Anti-Counterfeiting Descriptions” page in this guide for details)

Card Options:

Slot Punch

1, 4

: Yes No Horizontal Vertical

Signature Panel: Yes No Size:

.

Front Card Finish: Gloss Matte

Back Card Finish: Gloss

Magnetic Stripe Coercivity:

Matte

HID Standard (4000 OE) (2750 OE)

Magnetic Stripe Type: Standard 3 Track Debitek 1/8" Other:

.

Anti-Counterfeiting Options:

Invisible Ink:

Microfine Print:

Red Blue Green

Yes No

Hologram

6

: Surface Embedded

Notes:

1. ProxCard II card is only available with a vertical slot punch. Some cards will have printed "indicators" on the back of the card to

show both the vertical and horizontal slot punch locations.

2. Magnetic Stripe available for DuoProx II, Smart DuoProx II.

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.

9. Halftones not recommended for ProxCard II cards.

Name: Signature: Date:

.

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Indala 125kHz Credential

Every part number consists of a base model number to indicate the type of product, and a letter or number to indicate each product option. Each Indala

® product has a standard part number that includes default options, as indicated on the order guide. When an order is placed for a product, the base model 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 card orders must have the following information:

BASE MODEL NUMBER – Specifies card or type

PROGRAMMING – Specifies if card is factory or field programmed (format or format number,

facility code, and ID number range must be given at time of order)

FRONT or FLAT SIDE GRAPHICS – Specifies standard or custom artwork, and smart chip placement

BACK or EMBOSSED SIDE GRAPHICS – Specifies standard or custom artwork, and smart chip placement

MARKING POSITION – Specifies location of card marking.

Note: Card marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent. In certain cases Laser etching may be used instead of inkjet marking. Laser etching is permanent marking but is not used on all products.

SLOT PUNCH – Specifies slot location if available

CARD OPTIONS – Applies to FlexCard® (Base Model FPCRD/CXCRD) only

MAGNETIC STRIPE OPTION – Specifies if card is to have a magstripe and which type (ISO

Imageable Cards only)

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER – Specifies the artwork number to be used

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FPISO - FlexPass Imageable Card Ordering Guide

Standard Part No.: FPISO-SSSCNA-0000

Description:

125 kHz, white glossy finish front, white glossy finish with Indala logo back, marking on standard location, no slot punch, no magstripe, no artwork

FPISO S S S C N A 0000

BASE MODEL NUMBERS

PROGRAMMING

FRONT GRAPHICS

BACK GRAPHICS

MARKING POSITION

SLOT PUNCH

MAGNETIC STRIPE OPTION

CUSTOM FILE NO

BASE MODEL NUMBERS

FPISO

FPWGD FlexISO Proximity and Wiegand Combination Card

FPIXT

FlexISO

®

Proximity Card

FlexISO XT Composite Proximity Card

PROGRAMMING

S = Standard, Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – exact coding standard, with no gaps or over-runs

( Specify Format Number, Facility Code, and ID Range)

N = Not Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz (Blank/Programmable)

FRONT GRAPHICS

S = Standard white glossy finish, suitable for video imaging

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

BACK GRAPHICS

S = Standard white glossy finish with Indala logo, card marking (Sales Order & matching internal ID number), suitable for dye sublimation imaging in most areas

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

MARKING POSITION

(Standard Marking is Label Code E153, which is Sales Order number & matching 5 digit internal ID number, is used unless otherwise specified)

C = Position 3/Standard Location (Back Side/Lower Right Corner)

Note: Inkjet marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent.

In some cases Laser etching will replace inkjet marking. Laser etching is permanent in most applications.

SLOT PUNCH

N = None

V = Vertical (portrait orientation) – Unavailable for FPWGD

H = Horizontal (landscape orientation)

MAGNETIC STRIPE OPTION

A = No Magstripe

B = Standard Magstripe (3-track, high coercivity, 4000 oersted)

Other Magstripe options are available as special orders.

Call Customer Service for special order minimums and lead times)

Optional Magnetic Stripe

14098765 12345

Position C

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER (4 Characters – Factory Assigned)

0000 = No Artwork

(Call your Customer Service Representative for new artwork)

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FPSMT - Flexpass™ Imageable Card with Contact Chip Ordering Guide

NOTE – All contact chip cards are available in the Logical Access How to Order Guide.

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FPCRD - FlexCard Standard Card Ordering Guide

Standard Part No.: FPCRD-SSSMW-0000

Description:

125 kHz, printed Indala logo on front, embossed Indala logo on back, card marking on flat side

(lower right corner with slot to the right), white color (not printable), no artwork. Vertical slot punch only.

FPCRD S S S M W 0000

BASE NUMBER

PROGRAMMING

FLAT SIDE GRAPHICS

EMBOSSED SIDE GRAPHICS

MARKING POSITION

CARD OPTION

CUSTOM FILE NO

BASE NUMBER:

FPCRD – 125 kHz Clamshell type Proximity Card

PROGRAMMING

S = Standard, Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – exact coding standard, with no gaps or over-runs

( Specify Format or Format Number, Facility Code, and ID Range)

N = Not Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz (Blank/Programmable)

FLAT SIDE GRAPHICS

S = Standard (Flat Side with printed Indala logo)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

EMBOSSED SIDE GRAPHICS

S = Standard (Embossed Side with embossed Indala logo)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new, still with embossed Indala logo)

MARKING POSITION

(Standard Marking or Label Code E153, which is Sales Order number & matching internal ID number, is used unless otherwise specified.

Note: Inkjet marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent.

In some cases Laser etching will replace inkjet marking. Laser etching is permanent in most applications.

A = Position 1/Flat Side (with slot punch to the right, lower left corner) – available with Printable Option only

C = Position 3/Flat Side (with slot punch to the right, lower right corner) – available with Printable Option only

K = Position 1/Embossed Side (with slot punch to the right, lower left corner)

M = (Standard) = Position 3/Embossed Side (with slot punch to the right, lower right corner)

CARD OPTION

W = White (standard color) - surface treated with UV protection – may not accept printing

P = Printable, matt finish – No varnish, no logo, surface will accept post printing

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER (4 Characters – Factory Assigned)

0000 = No Artwork

(Call your Customer Service Representative for new artwork)

Flat side

Embose side

A

(1)

C

(3)

K

(1)

M

(3) position(s) position(s)

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FPTAG - FlexTag® Ordering Guide

Standard Part No.: FPTAG-SSSS-XXXX

Description: 125 kHz, printed Indala logo on front side

FPTAG S S S S XXXX

BASE NUMBER

PROGRAMMING

FRONT GRAPHICS

BACK GRAPHICS

MARKING POSITION

CUSTOM FILE NO

BASE NUMBER

FPTAG - 125 kHz Keytag Type Proximity Card

PROGRAMMING

S = Standard Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – exact coding standard, with no gaps or over-runs.

( Specify Format or Format Number, Facility Code, and ID Range)

N = Not Programmed

FRONT GRAPHICS

S = Standard (printed Indala logo)

BACK GRAPHICS

S = Standard (no logo, printed strip for marking)

MARKING POSITION

Standard Marking or Label Code E201, which is a shortened version of the Sales Order number & matching internal ID number, is used unless otherwise specified.

Note: Inkjet marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent. Most Keytag marking will be with Laser etching which is permanent in most applications.

S = Standard (back side on printed strip)

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER XXXX (4 Characters – Factory Assigned)

0002 = No Artwork

AAAA = Custom Artwork (Contact your Customer Service Representative for new artwork)

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FPKEY - FlexKey® Keytag Ordering Guide

Standard Part No.: FPKEY-SSSS-0000

Description: 125 kHz, printed Indala logo on front side, printed strip for marking on back side

FPKEY S S S S 0000

BASE NUMBER

PROGRAMMING

FRONT GRAPHICS

BACK GRAPHICS

MARKING POSITION

CUSTOM FILE NO

BASE NUMBER

FPKEY - 125 kHz Keytag Type Proximity Card

PROGRAMMING

S = Standard, Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – exact coding standard, with no gaps or

over-runs

( Specify Format or Format Number, Facility Code, and ID Range)

N = Not Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz (Blank/Programmable)

FRONT GRAPHICS

S = Standard (printed Indala logo)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

BACK GRAPHICS

S = Standard (no logo, printed strip for marking)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

MARKING POSITION

(Standard Marking or Label Code E201, which is a shortened version of the Sales Order number & matching internal ID number, is used unless otherwise specified)

Note: Inkjet marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent. Most Keytag marking will be with Laser etching which is permanent in most applications.

S = Standard (back side on printed strip)

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER (4 Characters – Factory Assigned)

0000 = No Artwork

(Call your Customer Service Representative for new artwork)

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CXKEY - CX Keytag Ordering Guide

Standard Part No.: CXKEY-SSSS-0000

Description:

125 kHz, printed Indala logo on front side, printed strip for marking on back side.

CXKEY S S S S 0000

BASE NUMBER

PROGRAMMING

FRONT GRAPHICS

BACK GRAPHICS

MARKING POSITION

CUSTOM FILE NO.

BASE NUMBER

CXKEY Keytag style proximity card

PROGRAMMING

S = Standard Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – CASI-RUSCO 12-digit format with no external marking number. Marking of “CXdddy” is standard.

M = Sequential Matching. Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – CASI-RUSCO

12-digit format with matching (6-digit) external marked number. Note: the programmed internal number of a CASI card is a

12-digit ID number, example 151234123456. When Matching external numbers are requested, only the last six digits of the 12-digit encoded number are printed on the card along with the CX designation and a date code. For the sample number shown, the marking would be “CXdddy 123456” A cross reference of marking to encoded number will be provided with the order in .txt (text) format

Q = Sequential Non Matching. Programmed, Low Frequency 125 kHz – CASI-RUSCO 12-digit format with a sequential 6-digit external marked number with a customer specified start number. (For example, if

2000 cards are ordered with a starting marking number of 425000, the marking would start at “CXdddy

425000” and end at “CXdddy 426999”) A cross reference of marking to encoded number will be provided with the order in .txt (text) format.

FRONT GRAPHICS

S = Standard (printed Indala logo)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

BACK GRAPHICS

S = Standard (no logo, printed strip for marking)

C = Custom (Artwork on file or new)

MARKING POSITION

(Standard Marking (the CX designation and a date code), is used unless otherwise specified)

Note: Inkjet marking is surface printed and, therefore is not to be considered permanent.

Most Keytag marking will be with Laser etching which is permanent in most applications.

S = Standard (back side on printed strip)

CUSTOM FILE NUMBER (4 Characters – Factory Assigned)

0000 = No Artwork

(Call your Customer Service Representative for new artwork)

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FPMXI - Flexpass™ Proximity Multiple Technology Imageable Card Ordering Guide

Note: MIFARE Prox Combination cards are available in the 13.56 MHz HTOG. Program the standard MIFARE/Prox card as Indala Prox to provide full backwards compatibility.

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FlexPass Formats

The following formats are non-proprietary and are available to all customers. Call HID to discuss other formats.

Format Name:

26-BIT WIEGAND

Card Format Number Facility Code Range ID Number Range

40134

ASP 10022

Reader Format Numbers

0 to 255

0 to 255

10022 (1L = 1x Wire for LED control)

10200 (2L = 2x Wires for LED control)

0 to 65,535 (Systems installed prior to June 2003)

0 to 65,535 (All new Systems except FP Lite)

Format Name:

27-BIT INDALA

Card Format Number Facility Code Range ID Number Range

4010X 0 to 8,191 0 to 16,383

Reader Format Numbers

10251 (1L = 1x Wire for LED control)

1026X (2L = 2x Wires for LED control)

Format Name:

ABA TRACK 2

Card Format Numbers Facility Code Range ID Number Range

4038X (ASP)

17256 (ASP+)

0 to 255

0 to 99,999

0 to 99,999

0 to 99,999

Reader Format Numbers

11037 OC (Open Collector)

11738 PUR (Pull Up Resistor)

Format Name: RS232 Serial Data

Card Format Number

16144

Card Programming Range

up to 24 characters in total length, i.e. ABCD12345678901234567890

Reader Format Number

16144

Format options for FP506B/FP507B Proximity & Keypad Readers (e.g. Format 10022K01)

CFG. Number Buf/Unbuf Data Type Options Pin Size

K01 UnBuffered 8-bit burst

K02

K03

UnBuffered

Buffered

8-bit burst

Wiegand facility code xx

K04

K05

K06

K07

K08

K09

K10

K11

K12

K13

K14

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Buffered

Unbuffered

Unbuffered

Wiegand

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

Magstripe

4 bit burst

4 bit burst facility code xx

LSB First

LSB First

LSB First

LSB First

MSB First

MSB First

MSB First

MSB First

4 digit PIN

4 digit PIN

5 digit PIN

5 digit PIN

4 digit PIN

4 digit PIN

5 digit PIN

5 digit PIN

Special Keys

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

*/# keys enabled

*/# keys disabled

Emulates

ARK-501

ARK-501 BUFFERED

ARK-501 BUFFERED PINKERTON

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Electronic Artwork Requirement 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:

Include all placed graphics, saved as TIFF or EPS, 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 be completed 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?

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.

Microfine 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 laminant patches. Composite cards will minimize the warping caused by such processes. These formulations derive their strength from combining biaxially oriented polyester (OPET) with traditional polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

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Custom Artwork Placement and Inkjet Location Form

ProxCard

®

II Cards

Company Name:

Quantity:

PO No.

Card and Artwork File 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"

ProxCard

®

II Card Artwork Templates

Cover (Front)

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Base (Back)

Notes:

1. All Prox Card II 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. Note: There is no custom artwork file number on the Prox Card II.

Name: Signature: Date:

.

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DuoProx

®

II Cards

Company Name: PO No.

Card and Artwork File No.

Date

Quantity:

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, edges and magnetic stripe by a min. of 0.125".

4. Magnetic Stripe: 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 (i.e. Debitek stripe), indicate the location(s) of the magnetic stripe(s) on the template.

Standard Location Custom Location

I di t

Slot Punch

Front

DuoProx

®

II Card Artwork Templates

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Back

Name:

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.

Signature: Date:

.

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ISOProx

®

II Cards

Company Name: PO No.

Card and Artwork File No.

Date

Quantity:

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".

ISOProx

®

II Card Artwork Templates

I di t

Slot Punch

Front

Name:

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Signature:

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.

Date:

.

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MicroProx Tag

Company Name:

Quantity:

PO No.

Tag and Artwork File No.

1. External Number:

Standard Location: The external # can only be printed on the back of the Tag.

Date

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".

MicroProx Tag Artwork Template

Front

Notes:

1. Minimum order quantity 10,000 pieces per Purchase Order.

2. Maximum two color artwork.

Name: Signature: Date:

.

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HID Global card with HITAG1

Company Name: PO No.

Card and Artwork File No.

Date

Quantity:

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.

For 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.

HITAG1 Card Artwork Templates

Front

Name:

12345 = Card ID Number

YYYYYYYY-YY = Sales Order Number

Signature:

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.

Date:

.

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1050AGN00 ProxProgrammer

®

Ordering Guide

The HID ProxProgrammer is now located in the Credential Programmer How to Order Guide.

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HID Proximity Readers

MiniProx

5365-371-01

5365-371-02

5365-371-03

5365-371-04

New Look

1

5365-372-01

5365-372-02

5365-372-04

5365-372-05

ThinLine II

5395-104-01

5395-104-02

5395-104-03

5395-104-04

New Look

2

5395-371-01

5395-371-02

5395-371-04

5395-371-05

Accessories

Part No.

ProxPro Family

5455AGM00

5350-113-01

5350-113-02

5350-113-03

5350-113-04

5355A-302-01

5355A-302-02

5355A-302-03

5355A-302-04

5350-101-01

5350-101-02

5355A-306-01

5355A-306-02

5355A-306-03

5355A-306-04

5355A-306-05

5355A-306-06

5355A-306-07

5355A-306-08

5455-311-01

5455-311-02

5455-311-03

5455-311-04

30-0003-01

137-0005-11

Description

Glass Mount Kit, ProxPro and ProxPro II Readers

Bezel, ProxPro Reader with Keypad (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Bezel, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Bezel, ProxPro Reader with Keypad (Rev. A) - Beige

Bezel, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Beige

Cover, ProxPro w/Keypad Reader (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Cover, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Cover, ProxPro w/Keypad Reader (Rev. A) - Beige

Cover, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Beige

Base, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Base, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A) - Beige

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "K" Version, (Rev. A) - Gray Cover only

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "K" Version, (Rev. A) - Beige Cover only

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "S" Version, (Rev. A) - Gray Cover only

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "S" Version, (Rev. A) - Beige Cover only

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "K" Version, (Rev. A) - Gray Cover and Bezel

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "K" Version, (Rev. A) - Beige Cover and Bezel

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "S" Version, (Rev. A) - Gray Cover and Bezel

ProxPro Keypad assembly upgrade, "S" Version, (Rev. A) - Beige Cover and Bezel

Cover, ProxPro II Reader (Rev. B) - Charcoal Gray (No Bezel Required)

Cover, ProxPro II Reader (Rev. B) - Beige (No Bezel Required)

Cover, ProxPro II Reader (Rev. B) - Black (No Bezel Required)

Cover, ProxPro II Reader (Rev. B) - White (No Bezel Required)

Rubber Keypad Cover, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A)

Connector Feed Back Nut and Washer, ProxPro Reader (Rev. A)

Classic cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Charcoal Gray

Classic cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Beige

Classic cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Black

Classic cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - White

Designer cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Black

Designer cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Charcoal Gray

Designer cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - Wave Blue

Designer cover, MiniProx Reader (Rev. E) - White

Classic cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - White

Classic cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Beige

Classic cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Black

Classic cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Charcoal Gray

Designer cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Black

Designer cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Charcoal Gray

Designer cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - Wave Blue

Designer cover, ThinLine II Reader (Rev. C) - White

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Part No. Description

MaxiProx

5370A-305-01

5375-303-01

5375-313-01

56-0002-01

Cover, MaxiProx Reader (Rev. A) - Gray

Accessory Kit, MaxiProx Reader (Old wiring Diagram) (Rev. A)

Accessory Kit, MaxiProx Reader (New wiring Diagram) (Rev. A)

MaxiProx Reader Rubber Gasket (Rev. A)

ProxPoint Plus

6005-111-01

6005-111-02

6005-111-03

6005-111-04

New Look

3

6005-312-01

6005-312-02

6005-312-04

6005-312-05

Classic cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - White

Classic cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Beige

Classic cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Black

Classic cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Charcoal Gray

Designer cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Black

Designer cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Charcoal Gray

Designer cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - Wave Blue

Designer cover, ProxPoint Plus Reader (Rev. B) - White

ProxPoint

6005-101-01

6005-101-02

6005-101-03

6005-101-04

Prox80

5405-103-02

5405-103-05

Cover, ProxPoint Reader (Rev. A) - White

Cover, ProxPoint Reader (Rev. A) - Beige

Cover, ProxPoint Reader (Rev. A) - Black

Cover, ProxPoint Reader (Rev. A) - Charcoal Gray

Classic cover, Prox80 Reader - Gray

Classic cover, Prox80 Reader - White

Other

0300-301-1

0300-301-2

4045-390-03

4045-303-01

6020-302-01

33-0001-01

156-XXXX-XX

57-0001-02

02-0004-01

1050-306-01

Prox Readers Demo Kit (ProxPro & MiniProx Readers)

Wiegand/Prox Readers Demo Kit (MiniProx & Classic Swipe)

EntryProx Spare Parts Accessories Kit

EntryProx Reader Replacement Antenna

Accessory Kit, HSM

RELAY, 1.00A-24VDC , SPDT-1 FO

Firmware Chip - Verify Programming with Technical Support

Key Ring for ProxKey (Keyfob)

Universal Power Supply for the ProxProgrammer

ProxProgrammer Software Upgrade

2

1

MiniProx Covers will only fit MiniProx readers with removable covers series (Model # 5365E or later), and will NOT fit older versions with electronics potted into

the cover (Model #s 5365A, 5365B, nor 5365C) .

3

Thinline II Designer Covers will only fit Thinline II readers (Model # 5395C or later), and will NOT fit Thinline II readers (Model #s 5395A nor 5395B).

ProxPoint Plus Designer Covers will fit all ProxPoint Plus readers (Model # 6005B or later), and will NOT fit ProxPoint readers (Model # 6005A).

All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective companies.

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6005 / 6008 - ProxPoint

®

Plus Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Card Reader Description

ProxPoint Plus Proximity Reader

with Wiegand output

with Clock and Data output

Base Part

No.

6005

6008

Current

Rev. No.*

B

B

Color Options

G = Classic Charcoal Gray

B = Classic Beige

W = Classic White

K = Classic Black

1 = Designer Black

2 = Designer Charcoal Gray

4 = Designer Wave Blue

5 = Designer White

Hardware Options

B = Pigtail (18 inches/45.7 cm)

L = Long Pigtail (9 feet/3 meters)

3

Configuration Setting

Options¹

00 04

01 05

02 06

03 07

1

2

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

Notes:

3

Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):

00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

Consult Factory

07 = Beep off, LED normally off, host must flash red and/or green

An optional 9 foot pigtail is available through our HID European office and can also be available in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions via special order of 2,500 unit minimum order quantity. Call the HID factory

for pricing and lead-times.

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

To order, specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options

Custom²

XXXX Y

Custom

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5365 / 5368 - MiniProx

®

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options¹

MiniProx Proximity Reader

with Wiegand output

with Clock and Data output

5365

5368

E

E

G = Classic Charcoal Gray

B = Classic Beige

W = Classic White

K = Classic Black

1 = Designer Black

2 = Designer Charcoal Gray

4 = Designer Wave Blue

5 = Designer White

P = Pigtail (18 inches/45.7 cm)

T = Terminal Strip

H = Hazardous back box³

L = Long Pigtail (9 feet/3 meters)

4

00 04

01 05

02 06

03 07

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

Notes:

1

Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):

00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

2

Consult Factory

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

3

The hazardous back box option MiniProx is available in gray Terminal Strip only.

4 An optional 9 foot pigtail is available through our HID European office and can also be available in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions via special order of 2,500 unit minimum order quantity. call the HID factory

for pricing and lead-times.

To order, specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options

Custom²

XXXX Y

Custom

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5455 / 5458 / 5355 / 5352 / 5358 - ProxPro

ProxPro

®

II Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

®

Family Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

ProxPro ®

with Clock & Data Output

II Proximity Reader

with Wiegand output

ProxPro

®

Card Reader Description

5455

5458

Base Part

No.

B

Current

Rev. No.*

G = Charcoal Gray

B = Beige

W = White

K = Black

Color Options

N = No Keypad, Pigtail (18 inches/45.7 cm)

L = No Keypad, Long Pigtail (9 feet/3 meters)

8

Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options¹

00 04

01 05

02 06

03 07

ProxPro

with Wiegand output

with Clock & Data Output

ProxPro output

®

®

Proximity Reader

Proximity Reader with Serial

5355

5358

5352

A

G = Charcoal Gray

B = Beige

N = No Keypad, Terminal Strip

K = Keypad

S = Keypad

3

4

, Terminal Strip

, Terminal Strip

Configuration Setting

Options

5, 7

00 09

10 11

14 19

20 21

23

00 09

10 11

14 19

20 21

23

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

1

ProxPro II Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):

00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

2

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

3

4

Consult Factory

ProxPro Reader with Keypad (Hardware Option “K” Version): data is outputted over shared Wiegand cable. Reader processes keystrokes.

6

5

ProxPro Reader with Keypad (Hardware Option “S” Version): (3 x 4 Matrix) requires additional 7 conductor keypad cable. Control panel processes keystrokes

ProxPro Configuration Setting options are as follows (factory programmed)::

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

21 = Supervision Mode

23 = Buffer one to 11 keys

7

8

ProxPro Serial output reads cards with up to 37-bit formats, and outputs RS232, RS422, and RS485.

ProxPro reader Configuration Settings are selected by the customer via dip switch settings. 00 = LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag reads.

An optional 9 foot pigtail is available through our HID European office and can also be available in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions via special order of 2,500 unit minimum order quantity. call the HID factory

for pricing and lead-times.

Optional Glass Mount Kit for ProxPro and ProxPro II Readers = 5455AGM00.

To order specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options

Custom²

XXXX Y

Custom²

XXXX Y

Custom

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5395 / 5398 - ThinLine

®

Card Reader Description

II Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options¹

Custom²

ThinLine II Proximity Reader

with Wiegand output

with Clock and Data output

5395

5398

C

G = Classic Charcoal Gray

B = Classic Beige

W = Classic White

K = Classic Black

1 = Designer Black

2 = Designer Charcoal Gray

4 = Designer Wave Blue

5 = Designer White

1 = Pigtail (18 inches/45.7 cm)

L = Long Pigtail (9 feet/3 meters)

3

00 04

01 05

02 06

03 07

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

Notes:

1

Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):

00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

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

2

3

Consult Factory

for pricing and lead-times.

An optional 9 foot pigtail is available through our HID European office and can also be available in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions via special order of 2,500 unit minimum order quantity. call the HID factory

To order specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options

XXXX Y

Custom

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5375 - MaxiProx

®

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options

MaxiProx

®

Proximity Reader 5375 A G = Charcoal Gray

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

Notes:

1

Configuration Setting 00 = LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag reads.

The MaxiProx

®

reader configuration settings are selected by the customer via internal dip switch settings.

2

Consult Factory

To order, specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options

N = None

Hardware Options

Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options¹

00

Custom²

XXXX Y

Configuration Setting

Options

Custom

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4045 - EntryProx™ Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

EntryProx™ Proximity Reader

Stand-Alone Access Control Unit

EntryProx™ Proximity Reader

Stand-Alone Access Control Unit

4045

4045 C

C G = Charcoal Gray

G = Charcoal Gray

N = None

K = Key Kit (Includes 10 ProxKey

®

II Tags)³

EntryProx™ Proximity Reader

Stand-Alone Access Control Unit

4045 C G = Charcoal Gray

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

C = Card Kit (Includes 20 ProxCard

Notes:

1

Configuration Setting U0 = LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag reads.

2

Consult Factory

3

Proximity cards and keytags included in kits will be programmed with HID's 37-bit Wiegand format (H10302).

4

HID tracks the issuance of this format and does not duplicate numbers. Numbers will be issued in random order.

Infrared Printer and Printer Paper can be used with previously purchased 4045B EntryProx Models, which are no longer available.

® II Cards)³

To order specify the following:

Card Reader Description

Base Part

No.

Current

Rev. No.*

Color Options Hardware Options

Configuration

Setting Options¹

U0

U0

U0

Custom²

XXXX Y

XXXX Y

XXXX Y

Configuration

Setting Options

Custom

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5405 / 5408 - Prox80

Proximity Reader Part Numbers and Options

Card Reader Description Base Part No. Current Rev. No.* Color Options Hardware Options Configuration Setting Options

2

Custom

3

Prox80™ Proximity Reader

1

with Wiegand output

with Clock and Data output

5405

5408

A

W = White

G = Gray

L = Long Pigtail (9 feet/3 meters)

00 04

01 05

02 06

03 07

*Revision numbers and availability are subject to change without notice.

Base Part

No.

Current Rev.

No.*

Notes:

1

Available through our HID European office and can also be available in the Americas and Asia Pacific regions via special order of 2,500 unit minimum order quantity. call the HID factory

for pricing and lead-times.

2

Configuration Setting Options are as follows (factory programmed):

00 = Beep on, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

01 = Beep off, LED normally red, reader flashes green on tag read

3

02 = Beep on, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

03 = Beep off, LED normally off, reader flashes green on tag read

Consult Factory

To order specify the following:

Card Reader Description Color Options

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

Hardware Options

Configuration Setting

Options

XXXX Y

Custom

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Indala Proximity Readers

Overview

Every part number consists of a base model number to indicate the type of product, and a letter or number to indicate each product option.

Each product has a standard part number that includes default options, as indicated on the order guide. When an order is placed for a product, the base model 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)

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FP - FlexPass

®

Reader Ordering Guide

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F P 1 5 1 1 A /L

BASE NUMBER

STYLE

READ RANGE

TYPE

COLOR

OUTPUT FORMAT

CABLE LENGTH

BASE NUMBER

FP = FlexPass (reader format required)

STYLE

1 = Wave

2 = Curve

3 = Arch

4 = Linear

5 = Keypad

0 = Core Electronics Module

READ RANGE

5 = 5 in. (13 cm.) – available in STYLES: Wave, Curve, Arch, Linear TYPES: Slim and Wall switch

2 = 12 in. (30 cm.) – available in STYLES: Wave, Arch TYPE: Midrange

0 = 4 in. (10 cm.) – available only in STYLE: Keypad; TYPE: Keypad

TYPE

1 = Slim – available in STYLES: Wave, Curve, Arch, Linear

2 = Wall switch – available in STYLES: Wave, Curve, Arch, Linear, MIFARE®

3 = Midrange – available in STYLES: Wave, Arch

5 = Classic (previously known as Mag-Stripe) – available STYLE: Linear

6 = Membrane Keypad – available only in STYLE: Keypad

7 = Heavy Duty Keypad – available only in STYLE: Keypad

0 = Module only

COLOR

1 = Black – available in STYLES: Wave, Curve, Arch, Linear TYPES: Slim, Wall switch, Midrange, Classic

4 = Blue – available in STYLES: Wave TYPES: Slim, Wall switch, Midrange

5 = Grey – available in STYLES: Arch TYPES: Slim, Wall switch, Midrange

6 = White – available in STYLES: Arch TYPES: Slim, Wall switch, Midrange

7 = Beige – available in STYLES: Arch, Keypad TYPES: all

0 = N/A

OUTPUT FORMAT

(Aside from choosing below, specify reader’s format or format no. – e.g. 26-bit Wiegand or format no. 10022)

A = Standard Wiegand – available in all STYLES and TYPES

S = Serial – available in STYLES: Wave, Curve, Arch TYPE: Midrange

B = Buffered or 8-Bit Burst (must be specified) - available only in Keypad STYLE and TYPE (Membrane or Heavy Duty)

M = 3 X 4 Matrix

CABLE LENGTH

The default cable length for Indala modules is 18 inches (46 cm). No entry is needed for an 18 inch cable.

For Reader Cores an optional 10 ft (3 m) pigtail is available through the HID European, America and Asia Pacific offices.

Requires a minimum 2,500 unit order quantity. Place “/L” in the 7 th

position for ordering the 10 ft (3 m) cable.

Note: Do not order Reader Packages with the 10 ft (3 m) cable. When ordering the 10 ft (3 m) cable, bezels must be ordered separately. Call Customer Service for assistance.

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Advantage Series (ASR) Reader Ordering Guide

Part Number Description

ASR-620++

ASR-505-NGR-BGE

ASR-620++/L

ASR-503-NGR

ASR-503-NGR/L

Long Range Reader

Legacy Wall Switch Beige

Long Range Reader

Legacy Mullion Black

Legacy Mullion Black w/10 foot

(3 meter) cable

Notes

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

w/10 foot (3 meter) cable

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

ASR-505-NGR-BLK Legacy Wall switch Black (Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

ASR-505-NGR-BLK/L

ASR-505-NGR-BGE

Legacy Wall switch Black w/10 foot

(3 meter) cable

Legacy Wall switch Beige

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

ASR-505-NGR-BGE/L Legacy Wall switch Beige w/10 foot

(3 meter) cable

ProxSmith Programmer and Software Part Numbers

(Not compatible with ASP+ formats)

The Indala Prox ProxSmith Programmer is now located in the Credential Programmer How To Order Guide.

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FlexPass Accessories

Part Number

21211-001

21212-001

BIL-422-232

FPZ1231A

FPZ1234A

FPZ1511A

FPZ1514A

FPZ1521A

FPZ1524A

FPZ2511A

FPZ2521A

FPZ3231A

FPZ3235A

FPZ3236A

FPZ3237A

FPZ3511A

FPZ3515A

FPZ3516A

FPZ3517A

FPZ3521A

FPZ3521H

FPZ3525A

FPZ3526A

FPZ3527A

Description

Enclosure Base, ASR-620

Enclosure Cover, ASR-620++

RS232/432 Protocol Adaptor

Bezel Wave Style, Midrange Type, Black

Bezel Wave Style, Midrange Type, Blue

Bezel Wave Style, Slim Type, Black

Bezel Wave Style, Slim Type, Blue

Bezel Wave Style, Wallswitch Type, Black

Bezel Wave Style, Wallswitch Type, Blue

Bezel Curve Style, Slim Type, Black

Bezel Curve Style, Wallswitch Type, Black

Bezel Arch Style, Midrange Type, Black

Bezel Arch Style, Midrange Type, Grey

Bezel Arch Style, Midrange Type, White

Bezel Arch Style, Midrange Type, Beige

Bezel Arch Style, Slim Type, Black

Bezel Arch Style, Slim Type, Grey

Bezel Arch Style, Slim Type, White

Bezel Arch Style, Slim Type, Beige

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, Black

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, Black (HID)

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, Grey

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, White

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, Beige

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FPZ3527H

FPZ4511A

FPZ-4511A

FPZ4517A

FPZ4521A

FPZ4525A

FPZ4526A

FPZ4527A

FPZ4551A

FPZC1511A

FPZC1511H

FPZC1514A

FPZC1514H

FPZC1521A

Bezel Arch Style, Wallswitch Type, Beige (HID)

Bezel Linear Style, Slim Type, Black

Bezel Linear Slim Black Cover

Bezel Linear Style, Slim Type, Beige

Bezel Linear Style, Wallswitch Type, Black

Bezel Linear Style, Wallswitch Type, Grey

Bezel Linear Style, Wallswitch Type, White

Bezel Linear Style, Wallswitch Type, Beige

Bezel Linear Style, Slim Type, Black

Bezel, Blank, Wave, Slim,5", Black

Bezel, HID, Wave, Slim,5", Black

Bezel, Blank, Wave, Slim, 5", Blue

Bezel, HID, Wave, Slim, 5", Blue

Bezel, Blank, Wave, Wallswitch, 5”, Black

FPZC1524H

KIT-AFP1000-2005

KIT-AFP1000-2005-A/R

Bezel, HID, Wave, Wallswitch, 5”, Blue

AFP1000-2005, Upgrade

AFP1000 Advance Replacement

XXZ112

XXZ122

XXZ321

SH-003

Bezel, Wave, Slim, 5", Blue

Bezel, Wave, W/S, 5", Blue

Bezel, Arch, W/S, Black

Indala Credentials Special Handling, New marking label codes

1

To ensure security of the format and cards, a Software License Agreement must be signed by the final user of the 3175BNN00, 3012AKN00, 3012ANS00, and be on file at HID prior to shipment.

2

Developer's Resource CD includes: Serial Protocol Documentation and Developer's Test Program to assist in developing custom MIFARE software applications.

3

Demo CD Includes: MIFARE Documentation and Sample Application Program.

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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. 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 :

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

Authorized End-User Signature X 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

Authorized End-User Signature X 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.:

X

Signature Date

Entered by HID Global after approval.

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Index of Terms for HID Credentials

Card

Keyfob

Tag

Model

Options

An HID Card is a credit card size piece of plastic that contains electronic circuitry that works with HID readers. The term “Card” is often loosely applied to Keyfobs and Tags as well.

A plastic device, roughly the size of a car key, that works like a Card. It is more rugged than a card and very convenient to carry on a key ring. It has a shorter “Read Range”

(distance from the reader) than a true card because it is smaller.

Tags work like Cards, but are made in a circular shape. a little larger than a quarter. They have an adhesive back and can be adhered to any non-metallic surface to allow some other device to work like an HID Card. Like the Keyfob, Tags have a shorter read range.

(NOTE: The Model 1351 Vehicle ID Tag is a special case. It is a battery powered

Prox device, larger and thicker than a card, that is used only for identifying cars, trucks, etc. in parking applications.)

Every HID credential has a unique “Base Part Number”. This number is used when ordering Cards, Keyfobs or Tags to identify exactly what you want to buy.

Each Model has a unique set of available options selected from the following choices. For example, a Tag is not available with a slot punch; however, you still must enter an “N” in the order form.

Programming Every HID Card, Keyfob or Tag must have specific data programmed into it before it can

be used. Most customers have HID do the programming and order their cards that way. A few customers have their own programmers and order non-programmed cards.

Front / Back Packaging is a term that defines the appearance of the Front and Back of every

Packaging

credential. Options include color, glossy finish, custom artwork, etc. Front and Back

Packaging are defined individually.

Credential

There are two distinct “Numbers” that apply to each credential. Every programmed Card,

Numbering

Keyfob, Tag will have a number inside it that will be read by the HID reader when the card is used. This is the “Internal Number. It is how an Access Control Unit recognizes the Credential. It is also possible for cards to have a number printed on the outside

surface. This number is for use by people who manage the entry of cardholder data into

an Access Control System. It can be the same as, or different from the internal number.

Slot Punch

Some cards can have a slot punched in the edge to allow them to hang either horizontally or vertically. ProxCard II (1326) has a built-in slot.

Custom

Artwork

Some customers pay HID to print their cards with personalized artwork. This may include a company Logo, a return address (for lost cards), or a special artistic color scheme. The card front, back, or both sides can be printed. The customer must provide the exact artwork they want to HID. We will issue a unique number for that customer to identify their artwork.

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