What is indala format?
26-bit Format with Default Key Some dealers prefer the ability to purchase cards and readers from any distributor and use them on any system. For this reason, Indala cards and readers sold through distribution are programmed with the 26-bit Wiegand format, using the Indala default encryption key.
What is an indala card?
INDALA FlexCard is a pre-programmed, 125 kHz vertical clamshell proximity card that is perfect for ID badge use and can easily be customized with an overlay. Standard 26-Bit Wiegand Format (40134).
What is HID Indala?
HID Indala Proximity Readers deliver intelligent programming technology, stylish designs, and reliable performance. These 125 kHz readers feature FlexSecur® technology, unique to the HID Indala line. FlexSecur screens cards at the reader to ensure one customer’s cards cannot be read by another customer’s readers.
What is indala key fob?
Indala® Key Fob This key fob uses an impact resistant plastic casing that makes it durable enough to survive the abuse often caused by being on a key chain. The Indala key fob uses the same technology as it’s access card counterpart, here.
Can all RFID cards be copied?
They can not be copied or duplicated.
What does HID Global stand for?
Originally formed to develop radio frequency identification technologies, HID Global was formed in 1991 as Hughes Identification Devices, a subsidiary of Hughes Aircraft Company with offices in California and Scotland.
How do I know what format my card is?
The way that data is structured is called the “format” of the card. The number of ones and zeros, and how they’re put together, determines the format and ultimately the credential number. For example, US phone numbers follow a well-known format: 9395981699 is recognized as 939-598-1699.
What is facility code for HID cards?
The HID ordering code number for the Standard 26-bit format is H10301.
Can I duplicate RFID card?
Are HID cards NFC or RFID?
HID cards, also called prox cards, proximity cards & access control cards, are cards that use RFID embedded technology.