RFID / NFC Cards & Transponders

The right equipment for your device

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RFID & NFC cards in ISO format

You can order our cards as blank cards or have them individually designed and printed. We offer many different possibilities with which you can create an unmistakable recognition value for your customers:

  • Overlay glossy / matt
  • 3D effect through hot stamp or metal powder
  • Gold / silver / mirrored print possible
  • Integrated LED (NFC cards)
  • Laser engraving
  • and many more – contact us!

RFID & NFC key fobs in different designs

Our keyfobs are also available blank or with your logo on request. We offer many different shapes and design options:

  • Laser engraving
  • Individual printing
  • Epoxy with / without LED
  • Stitched leather
  • and many more – contact us!
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Blocking Cards

Criminals are increasingly trying to secretly read out sensitive data. This danger exists above all in the crowds of subways or in queues. If you want to protect yourself and your customers against this, we recommend the use of so-called RFID Blocking Cards, also called Blocker Cards or Shield Cards. These have the well-known handy ISO card format and effectively protect against unwanted reading by disturbing the reading frequency. This blocks the data transmission and makes it impossible for third parties to read your data. The Blocking Card is simply stored with the RFID card in your wallet. We can also deliver Blocking Cards in your individual design.

How RFID smart card technology works

An RFID system consists of a transponder, which contains the information to be stored or transmitted, and a reader (or read and write device). Proven frequency bands are 125 kHz (LF) and 13.56 MHz (HF).
A reader generates a magnetic field which induces a voltage in the antenna circuit of the tag (transponder) via its induction effect. This electrical voltage is used to supply the tag. Once the RFID chip has detected that it is in the field of a reader, it sends its serial number (UID) to the reader, which recognizes the chip and begins communication.

RFID systems come in a wide variety of designs. RFID tags are available as cards, key fobs, labels/labels and with glass housing.
Typical applications are:

  • Industrial automation
  • Access control systems
  • Payment function
  • Animal identification and
  • Management of goods.

Both transponders and readers are offered in a wide variety of designs, each of which is tailored to the required field of application and use.

Relatively new is NFC, Near Field Communication, a standards-based technology (ISO/IEC 14443 and ISO/IEC 15693) that makes life easier and more convenient for customers around the world. It offers a wide range of possible applications.
So far, this technology has been used mainly for contactless payment of small amounts.
It uses a globally standardized NFC protocol for contactless short-distance data transmission.
(ISO 14443 / 18092) data is exchanged without contact.

The passive LF, HF and UHF transponders supplied by QUIO GmbH which belong to the group of SRDs (short range devices) are CE compliant and tested according to the following standards:
DIRECTIVE 2014/53/EU (RED), ETSI EN 300 330 V2.1.1 (2017-02), ETSI EN 300 220-1 V3.1.1 (2017-02), ETSI EN 300 220-2 V3.1.1 (2017-02), DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU RoHS, EN 5081:2012

 

We are happy to advise you!

Are you looking for an RFID or NFC card that fits your system and that you would like to design yourself? You want to know what design possibilities are available? Especially in the card sector there are hardly any limits to your creativity. We would be happy to advise you and make you an individual offer. Please contact our experienced customer service!

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