How does RFID actually work, and what kind of features do transponders require to make it work? This article answers these questions by focusing on RFID’s transponders and their identification capability. If you are a system integrator, your own customers might find the points covered in this discussion helpful.
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Idesco’s RFID display reader is now an integral part of Mikro-Väylä’s solution, identifying visitors by RFID library cards (or barcode) and a personal pin code. Their system guides visitors with displayed visual instructions after Idesco’s RFID reader authenticates them via their RFID cards and pin code.
Access control systems are designed primarily to regulate access to a building or certain area, while usually also permitting data to be collected about transiting users. Your envisioned access system’s characteristics and tasks will inevitably demand certain features from the RFID readers you choose to deploy.