Secura Key e*Tag® HF Cards (Contactless Smart Cards) are compatible with all Secura Key e*Tag® readers, and reader/writers. These cards are usually sold unencoded for RFID (non Access Control) applications, allowing the customer to either encode their own cards, or to use the 64-bit UID (or card serial number) for identification. Secura Key will custom encode and laser engrave numbering on the cards to meet your specifications.
Standard e*Tag cards contain an open standard ISO 15693 compliant transponder. No passwords or authentication are required – the application provider typically uses their own data encryption. The e*Tag® adhesive label (ETAT) uses the ST-Micro 512-bit chip; the ETST ETKT and ETCI use either the TI-HF-1 2Kbit chip or the Infineon 10Kbit chip, depending on the model selected.
Typical transaction times are less than 100 milliseconds. e*Tag’s® passive design allows virtually unlimited reads and an estimated minimum 100,000 writes. e*Tag® offers extremely consistent read range. Secura Key’s e*Tag® 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card credentials can be used for diverse applications such as access control, biometric verification, cashless vending, loyalty, transit, library cards and much more. e*Tag® credentials can support multiple applications and future expansion.
The e*Tag® ISO Card (ETCI) meets CR80 and ISO 7810 dimensional and thickness standards for use with direct image and thermal transfer printers. The ISO Card can be carried with credit cards in a wallet or purse. Use it with a strap and clip as a photo ID badge. It can be slot punched vertically or horizontally for easy use. The e*Tag® ISO Card is strong, flexible, and resistant to cracking and breaking. Available options include an unencoded magnetic stripe and custom artwork. External laser engraved card numbering is included.
The e*Tag® Key Tag (ETST/ETKT) provides the convenience of a thick, rugged PVC key tag that is durable in a harsh environment. This key tag is the size of a typical automotive key and offers custom artwork printing capabilities on both sides of the tag. This credential can be placed on a key ring or clipped on a lanyard. External laser engraved card numbering is included. The ETST features a trapezoidal design, while the ETKT has a rounded end and allows an optional eyelet for added durability.