May 1

CSL Creates Dual Mode RFID Access Card


CSL BAP Card 2Wow, the innovation just keeps on happening at CSL. The latest Dual Mode RFID Access Card product was based on a customer request, so CSL developed a series of access control ID cards with dual UHF and HF RFID frequencies. For long range access control, the card utilizes the UHF signal boosted with Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) technology. For high security identification the card uses 13.56 MHz technology compatible with MiFare® or iClass®.

“We see a big opportunity for the Dual Mode Access Card series for providing physical and logical access in defense, enterprise and financial industries, said Adam Cartner, TransTech Systems. “The EPC UHF BAP technology provides access control for parking and building access and the Mifare® or iClass® HF technology provides high security login authentication for access to computers, documents or for payment.”

There are three versions of the Dual Mode Access Technology:
CS9110 Combo Gen2 UHF BAP + Mifare HF Tag
CS9111 Combo Gen2 UHF BAP + HID eProx HF Tag
CS9112 Combo Gen2 UHF BAP + HID iClass HF Tag


® iClass and ePROX are registered trademarks of HID Global in the U.S. and/or other countries.

Mifare® is a registered trademark of NXP Semiconductors in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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