Category: Smart Card

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What is configuration CE-000-001 used for?
CE-000-001 is our default reader configuration part number. This configuration cards cannot be ordered. If you need to default your card reader, you will have to send it in to us to default ...
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Schlage MT-series Readers and F2F Protocol (Used by GE Systems)
Schlage MT readers cannot function using F2F protocol.  The readers output wiegand or RS485 OSDP communication, not F2F.  In most cases, a wiegand-to-F2F data converter device is used. &nbs...
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Do the MT2, and Si, have different formats on the readers?
The MT2 and the Si readers are two different readers. The MT2 is MultiTech reader that can read smart and prox cards on an AD locks.  It can only read the encoded sector of Schlag...
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What is the read range of the Schlage MT11 wall mounted reader?
All read ranges are affected by the environment the reader and card are subjected too.  The following data was obtained in a relatively "noisy" RF area with the reader mounted on a metal bac...
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What is the read range of the new Schlage MT11 wall mounted reader?
All read ranges are affected by the environment the reader and card are subjected too.  The following data was obtained in a relatively "noisy" RF area with the reader mounted on a metal bac...
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What are the differences between ISO 14443 and ISO 15693 smart card technologies?
The following list summerizes the main differences:  ...
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Are all Smart Cards contactless?
Smart cards can come in two forms: contact and contactless. Contact smart cards operate much like magnetic stripe cards (credit cards, etc.), requiring insertion into or direct contact with a reader...
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Schlage SM10 - Not Compatible with OSDP 485 Configuration
The SM10 readers are do not support being ordered as -485 configuration.  The unit supports wiegand output only. If -485 OSDP is needed, recommend using MT11 or MT15 instead, or as of late 202...
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Schlage SM10 - Firmware Compared to MT-series
The firmware on the SM10 is the same as the MT-series readers, except only the X14 firmware package is loaded....
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What are the model numbers for the new Schlage and XceedID wall mounted credential readers?
            The Legacy wall mounted readers are replaced as shown in the table below:  The MTMS15 and MTMSK15 did not have any prior models that it ...
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