uFR Nano is a small powerful RFID tool for card programming and reading and contains a extensive software support for easy and clever RFID cards manipulation. Device supports Mifare and other ISO14443A/B compatible cards, tags, keyfobs, stickers and wristbands, and comes with a separate DLL that supports specific Windows API interface.
µFR Classic CS, DL533N CS and DL533R CS are now available with RF Range Booster and Secure Access Module (SAM) as optional equipment. RF Booster is especially important for working with CPU cards which require more power than regular cards. All versions of devices are CE certified. Contact us for more information.
Part of uFR series of NFC reader, RFID eader, Mifare reader, NFC writer, RFID writer, Mifare writer tools. Device supports Mifare and other ISO14443A/B compatible cards, tags, keyfobs, stickers and wristbands, and comes with a separate DLL that supports specific Windows API interface. The uFR software contains the library for working with: Java, JavaApplet, Java Script, Lazarus, Delphi, C++ Builder, Microsoft Visual C++ .NET, Microsoft Visual C#, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET
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uFR XR is a contactless Smart Card RFID Reader Writer Programmer intended for use with Mifare and other ISO14443A/B compatible cards/ tags/ keyfobs. uFR XR Reader Writer fully supports both 4-byte and 7-byte card UIDs and anti-collision mechanism. uFR XR provides higher security level in card manipulating. Real Time Clock as a built-in feature provides better time accuracy and also prevents someone to change time of a card log because the RFID device sends timestamps for a particular card. Built-in Relay enables the device to be used for access control.
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