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  • Elatec's family of reader/writers is available in various forms which are designed for a wide variety of applications. Thanks to the underlying TWN Technology their behavior can be adjusted in order to act accordingly in different identification scenarios.
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  • Integrated proximity identification technologies

  • The underlying technology "TWN MultiTech"
    The underlying technology which is used by our readers is called TWN MultiTech. The idea behind it is to support an "all-in-one" RFID proximity reader/writer which can be effortlessly used around the world. To achieve this goal the following features apply:
    • The readers are available with housing and/or as OEM boards
    • One device supports LF (125/134.2 kHz), HF (13.56 MHz), NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy
    • Simultaneous support of more than 60 LF and HF RFID technologies
    • Worldwide certifications
    • Highly configurable devices w/o configuration change in the main application (HOST)
    • Easy scripting & firmware update of the reader in the field as required
    • Free software development pack and documentation
    • Excellent local technical support
      • RFID – Radio Frequency Identification

      • RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification and is a contactless technology based on the principal of the magnetic field. It supports low frequency (125/134.2 kHz), high frequency (13.56 MHz) and ultra-high frequency (between 300 MHz and 3 GHz) radio waves and is used for data transfer. It consists of an information carrier (RFID tag or RFID card a.k.a. transponder) and a reading device (RFID reader or RFID scanner). When the fields of one of those elements is within the reach range of the other, they can communicate. Furthermore there are two types of RFID tags: passive and active. The latter ones can actively broadcast signals in order to try to connect to a RFID reader in their proximity, whereas passive RFID tags receive their power only when they are situated within the range of a radio frequency field beamed by a RFID reader.
        RFID is used in a wide range of applications including but not limited to access control, material tracking, wireless payment, time attendance, inventory control, medical & gym equipment etc. Compared to other identification methods (i.e. barcode) it offers many advantages such as speed, identification of moving objects, easy installation & integration, simultaneous tracking of multiple items, no special positioning or optics needed.
        A RFID electromagnetic field can have a range between a few centimeters and a couple of meters depending on its wave frequency and power consumption.
      • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

      • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) a.k.a. Bluetooth Smart is a short range radio technology (2.4 GHz) which is used to acquire information about the surrounding environment. As opposed to RFID it only works with active tags (Beacons/smart tags), which are battery powered. They periodically broadcast very small amounts of data in order to possibly indicate some current state information of an object or a device. This information can then be captured by a reader device such as a smart phone in their proximity.

        Typical BLE applications:
        • multiple BLE smart tags can be used to allow for indoor area navigation
        • keychain location
        • alarm for objects, moving outside of a predefined range
        • (in order to not forget something when leaving a location or to be alarmed if something is getting stolen)
        • state indication of medical devices
        • (i.e. blood pressure monitor, glucose measurement device)

        Unlike its predecessor (Bluetooth), Bluetooth LE’s connection establishment is way quicker but still slower compared to NFC. Nevertheless this is fast enough for mobile payments. On the other hand once a connection is established its data transmission reaches up to 1 Mbit/s, which is more than twice the speed of a data transfer over NFC. The operating range is up to 10 meters but it can be optionally adjusted. This correlates directly with the device’s power consumption. The lower the range and the less often the signal broadcasting, the lower the power consumption which can cause a battery life of up to five years. For these reasons it is integrated in most iOS based smart phones (iPhone).
      • Near Field Communication (NFC)

      • NFC stands for Near Field Communication. It is a wireless communication protocol, based on high frequency RFID technology (13.56 MHz). It supports three different operating modes: peer-to-peer – for data exchange between two devices, card emulation – a smartphone can be used as a contactless identification card, and read/write mode in which an active device such as a smartphone can read out pre-saved information in a passive one (i.e. NFC paper label).
        NFC covers a large number of applications like payment or swap of multimedia files and new ones are constantly added. NFC can also be integrated in business cards, deployed in museums, educational facilities, retail and many other environments.
        The communication range of NFC is limited to about 10 centimeters/4 inches and compared to other contactless technologies it has pretty low power consumption. Just a fraction of a second is needed for a connection establishment between two NFC enabled devices with a transmission speed of 424 kbit/s. This advantage makes this technology very suitable for mobile payments and is supported by almost all current Android smart phones.
    • RFID reader/writers with antenna MULTI-FREQUENCY

          • TWN4 MultiTech 2 BLE

          • The TWN4 MultiTech 2 BLE reader is an all-in-one proximity reader for the following frequencies: 125 kHz, 134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz, NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy. It can be connected through UART (TTL, RS232), USB, as well as Ethernet, and is available as a PCB and with Desktop housing.

            TWN4 MultiTech 2 BLE is also compatible with over 50 of the most common RFID technologies currently being used around the world. Furthermore, in order to expand the realm of supported contactless identification methods, the all-in-one reader also supports NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy. It is compatible with the two most commonly used smartphone operating systems - Android and iOS. Thus it can also be integrated in mobile identification applications.

            In addition, TWN4 MultiTech 2 BLE is flexibly programmable – when communicating with RFID transponders it can make automated decisions based on predefined rules. This type of configuration can easily be re-applied to other card readers by using a contactless configuration card, which considerably reduces installation times in large projects.

            For further information please check out the technical data sheet and the Development Pack.
            • available as PCB or housed device
            • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
            • four frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz, 2.4 GHz
            • wireless programmable
            • Bluetooth V4.1, upgradeable to V4.2, API, flexible GATT structure up to 8 connections simultaneous, AES128 supported
            • integrated antennas
            • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V, CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, Clock/Data, Wiegand
            • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
            • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
            • 4 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
      • TWN4 MultiTech

      • Elatec’s TWN4 MultiTech is a contactless RFID reader/writer and a direct enhancement of the TWN3 with the same mechanical dimensions (OEM PCB and Desktop Housing). The TWN4 MultiTech family of transponder readers and writers allows users to read and write to almost any 125 kHz / 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz tags and/or labels. TWN4 MultiTech also supports all major transponders from various suppliers like ATMEL, EM, ST, NXP, TI, HID, LEGIC, and ISO standards like ISO14443A (T=CL ), ISO14443B (T=CL), ISO15693, ISO18092 / ECMA-340 (NFC).

        Key features of the TWN4 MultiTech include a powerful SDK for writing Apps which are executed directly on the reader, infield upgradeable firmware, direct chip-commands support, and additional interfaces for the OEM PCB version. TWN4 MultiTech simultaneously reads more than fifty RFID technologies from both the low frequency (LF) and high frequency (HF) bands, including NFC. This provides the option to select as many of the technologies required instead of being forced to select just a few like most other readers.

        In addition, TWN4 MultiTech can also be used as a diagnostic tool by installing the card analyzer application called TechTracer. It now becomes capable of identifying the card type, data length, and unique identification number. This eliminates the requirement to physically send cards off-site for identification while potentially saving weeks of waiting for the diagnosis. Analyzing the card in front of the end customer demonstrates that the card can be read, which is normally a requirement of a proof-of-concept.
          • TWN4 MultiTech

            • available as PCB or housed device
            • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
            • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
            • wireless (re)programmable
            • integrated antennas
            • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
            • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
            • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
            • 2 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
          • TWN4 MultiTech LEGIC 45

            • available as PCB or housed device
            • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
            • support of segment initialization function
            • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
            • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
            • wireless (re)programmable
            • integrated antennas
            • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
            • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
            • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
            • 2 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
          • TWN4 MultiTech LEGIC 42

            • available as PCB or housed device
            • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
            • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
            • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
            • wireless (re)programmable
            • integrated antennas
            • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
            • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
            • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
            • 2 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
        • TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard

        • Elatec’s TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard reader/writer includes both a contactless RFID interface as well as an integrated contact card slot. This unique combination is designed for easy integration into various applications with an additional layer of security for highly sensitive information. The reader can also be programmed with a script language for autonomous execution of even complex commands like login procedures, increment/decrement functions and many more. It allows users to read and write almost any 125 kHz/134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz transponder supporting all major technologies from various suppliers like ATMEL, EM, ST, MIFARE NXP, TI, HID, LEGIC, etc. and many ISO standards such as ISO14443A/B including layer 4 (T=CL), ISO15693, and ISO18092 / ECMA-340 (NFC).
            • TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard

              • supports TWN MultiTech underlying technology
              • includes a SmartCard interface to switch between contact (ISO7816) and contactless authentication
              • wireless (re)programmable
              • PKCS# 1-15
              • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
              • 2 GPIOs
              • 2 onboard SAM sockets (Secure Access Modules)
            • TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard LEGIC 42

              • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
              • supports TWN MultiTech underlying technology
              • includes a SmartCard interface to switch between contact (ISO7816) and contactless authentication
              • wireless (re)programmable
              • PKCS# 1-15
              • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
              • 2 GPIOs
              • 2 onboard SAM sockets (Secure Access Modules)
          • TWN4 MultiTech Panel

          • Elatec’s TWN4 MultiTech Panel consists of a contactless TWN4 MultiTech Core Module RFID reader/writer with an attached antenna (TWN4 Panel MultiTech OEM PCB) in a black rectangular rugged plastic housing. With a housing that’s rated IP65 from outside, this reader is ideal for outdoor usage involving vending, kiosks or gaming machines. TWN4 MultiTech Panel comes fully mounted with a USB Type A or a RS232 cable, which can easily be adjusted to the flexible connector pinout.
              • TWN4 MultiTech Panel

                • optionally delivered with IP65 housing
                • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
                • wireless programmable
                • integrated antennas
                • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
                • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
                • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
                • 2 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
              • TWN4 MultiTech Panel LEGIC 42

                • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                • optionally delivered with IP65 housing
                • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
                • wireless programmable
                • integrated antennas
                • USB, RS232, TTL serial (logical level 3.3 V,CMOS 5 V tolerant), I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, CAN, 1-Wire
                • two on-board SAM sockets (Secure Access Module)
                • CCID and PC/SC 2.01
                • 2 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
            • RFID reader/writers with antenna SINGLE-FREQUENCY

                • HF mini readers

                • Elatec’s multi-technology mini readers only support high frequency RFID and optionally NFC. They are designed for integration into machines, handheld computers or any other devices. The focus has especially been set on size, low power consumption, price and flexibility. Thanks to their compact dimensions, integration directly on a main circuit board is possible.

                  Outstanding features are: 4 user-configurable ports (to be configured as input or output), beeper support and an integrated high-performance antenna. The simple ASCII or Binary protocol enables quick software development cycles. All host communication takes place via SPI or asynchronous serial TTL interface. The module offers positions for placement for two LEDs that can be software controlled. For applications requiring additional security there is an external Secure Access Module (SAM). This enables the application to perform secure transactions, e.g. payment terminals etc.
                    • TWN4 MultiTech HF Mini Reader

                      • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                      • 13.56 MHz
                      • integrated antenna
                      • wireless (re)configurable
                      • USB, Serial (logical level 3.3V, CMOS 5V tolerant), SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand, 1-Wire
                      • 4 GPIOs (General Purpose Input/Output)
                      • onboard 18 kB flash storage
                      • size 33 x 30 x 11 mm
                      • development board for interface testing on request
                  • TWN3 Family (HF or LF)

                  • The RFID readers from the TWN3 family each support only low or high frequency and depending on the model NFC. They can be connected to the main HOST application via USB or RS232 cable. They can also be programmed with a script language for autonomous execution of even complex commands like login procedures, increment/decrement functions and many more. Depending on the model at hand, Secure Access Module (SAM) might be supported for enhanced security and cryptographic performance. This enables the application to perform secure transactions (e.g. payment terminals).
                      • TWN3 Multi 125

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • EM4100, EM4102, EM4105, EM4200
                        • EM4050, EM4150, EM4450, EM4550
                        • FDX-B
                        • HITAG 1, HITAG 2, HITAG S
                        • Miro
                        • Q5
                        • T5557, T5567, T5577
                        • TITAN (4050), UNIQUE, ZODIAC
                      • TWN3 MIFARE

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • ISO14443A
                        • MIFARE: Classic 1k&4k , Classic 1k&4k EV1, DESFireEV1, Mini, Plus S, X, Pro X, SmartMX, PayPass, Ultralight, Ultralight EV1, Ultralight C, NTAG2xx
                        • LEGIC Advant
                        • SLE44R35, SLE66Rxx (my-d move)
                      • TWN3 MIFARE NFC

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • ISO14443A
                        • MIFARE: Classic 1k&4k , Classic 1k&4k EV1, DESFireEV1, Mini, Plus S, X, Pro X, SmartMX, PayPass, Ultralight, Ultralight EV1, Ultralight C, NTAG2xx
                        • LEGIC Advant
                        • SLE44R35, SLE66Rxx (my-d move), PayPass
                        • ISO14443B: Calypso, CEPAS, Moneo, PicoPass, SRI512, SRT512, SRI4K, SRIX4K
                        • ISO18092 / NFC:NFC Forum Tag Type 1-4
                        • Sony FeliCa
                      • TWN3 LEGIC NFC

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • LEGIC Advant, LEGIC Prime
                        • ISO14443 A+B compatible to part 4: MIFARE DESFire EV1, MIFARE Plus S, X, Pro X, SmartMX
                        • SLE66Rxx (my-d move), SLE44R35, PayPass, NTAG2xx
                        • ISO15693: EM4x35, Tag-It, SRF55Vxx (my-d vicinity), ICODE SLI
                        • MIFARE: Classic, Classic EV1, Mini, Ultralight, Ultralight C, Ultralight EV1
                        • Sony FeliCa
                        • NFC Forum Tag Type 2-4
                        • PicoPass, HID iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE/SR
                      • TWN3 CASI-RUSCO

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • CASI-RUSCO
                        • EM4105
                        • EM4150, EM4350, EM4450
                        • FDX-B
                        • HITAG 1, HITAG 2, HITAG S (without crypto mode)
                        • Q5
                        • T5557, T5567, T5577
                        • TITAN (4x50), ZODIAC
                      • TWN3 HID Prox

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • HID Prox (including all HID short and long formats, as well as the highly secure Corporate 1000 card formats)
                      • TWN3 Inditag

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • supports only the Indala RFID technology (low frequency)
                      • TWN3 Multi ISO

                      • Supported RFID technologies:
                        • ISO14443A
                        • MIFARE: Classic 1k & 4k , Classic 1k & 4k EV1, DESFire EV1, Mini, Plus S, X, Pro X, SmartMX, PayPass, Ultralight, Ultralight EV1, Ultralight C, NTAG2xx
                        • LEGIC Advant
                        • SLE44R35, SLE66Rxx (my-d move), PayPass
                        • ISO14443B: Calypso, CEPAS, Moneo, PicoPass, SRI512, SRT512, SRI4K, SRIX4K
                        • ISO15693: EM4x33, EM4x35, ICODE SLI, Tag-it, SRF55Vxx (my-d vicinity), M24LR16/64, MB89R118/119, HID iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE/SR
                        • ISO18092 / NFC: NFC Forum Tag Type 1-4
                        • Sony FeliCa
                    • Handheld reader

                          • Handheld (LF only)

                          • The handheld RFID reader by Elatec is also capable of reading multiple RFID technologies in the 125 kHz frequency range. It is classified as compatible with IP41 or IP65 standards, has low power consumption and can be connected to the main host application via RS232 or USB cable.
                            • frequency: 125kHz
                            • supported Transponders: EM4100, EM4102, EM4105, EM4200, EM4150, EM4350, EM4450, FDX-B, HITAG 1, HITAG 2, HITAG S (without crypto mode), Miro, Q5, T5557, T5567, T5577, TITAN (4x50), UNIQUE, ZOODIAC
                            • interface: USB and RS232
                      • Multi-frequency RFID modules without antenna

                      • Our multi-frequency RFID modules are designed for integration into machines or other devices. They are offered in various sizes and can be connected to external antennas through cables or printed circuit boards. Depending on the machine size this can be an important space saving feature. Just like our standard TWN4 MultiTech readers, these modules support all current RFID technologies from LF and HF including NFC. They are highly customizable and their behavior can be automated depending on various criteria.
                        For specific details please check out the corresponding data sheets.
                          • Core modules (LF and HF)

                          • Our core modules are the foundation of our all-in-one RFID readers thus utilizing the full functionality of our TWN Technology. In order to offer greater flexibility and security, they can be mounted at a random place in a given machine (e.g. bottom of a multi-functional printer) while their antennas can be connected via a cable and situated at a different place in order to allow more convenient identification for users (e.g. ID terminal on the side of a printer). This gives hardware integrators the freedom to optimally use any remaining empty spaces in their machines and attach antennas of their choice. Furthermore they can communicate through various interfaces like USB, RS232, Serial, I²C, SPI, Clock/Data, Wiegand and 1-Wire.
                            For further information please check out the corresponding data sheets.
                              • TWN4 MultiTech Core

                                • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                                • supports external antennas
                                • support of wireless (re)configurable
                                • size 39 x 30 x 8 mm
                              • TWN4 MultiTech Core LEGIC 45

                                • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                                • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                                • support of segment initialization function
                                • support of wireless (re)configuration
                                • supports external antennas
                                • size 39 x 30 x 8 mm
                              • TWN4 MultiTech Core LEGIC 42

                                • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                                • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                                • support of wireless (re)configuration
                                • supports external antennas
                                • size 39 x 30 x 8 mm
                            • Nano modules (LF and/or HF)

                            • The TWN4 MultiTech Nano RFID modules are also fully TWN technology compliant RFID readers. Their miniature size and low energy consumption allows for integration in smaller battery powered consumer devices like tablet PCs, POS terminals, mobile payment systems, etc. Furthermore their components are mounted to only one side, which facilitates an easy placement on the main circuit board. In order to test the functionality of all supported interfaces (e.g. OMRON, RS485/422 etc.) and to develop custom reader applications, we also offer a development board as well as an I/O extender for the TWN4 MultiTech Nano modules.
                              For further information please check out the corresponding data sheets.
                                • TWN4 MultiTech Nano

                                  • supports TWN MultiTech underlying technology
                                  • compliance to EMV contactless protocol specification
                                  • with the components mounted to one side, it facilitates easy placement on the main circuit board
                                  • size 31 x 17.8 x 2.5 mm
                                  • development board and I/0 Extender for interface testing on request
                                • TWN4 MultiTech Nano LEGIC 42

                                  • supports TWN MultiTech underlying technology
                                  • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                                  • with the components mounted to one side, it facilitates easy placement on the main circuit board
                                  • size 31 x 17.8 x 2.5 mm
                                  • development board and I/0 Extender for interface testing on request
                              • Single-frequency RFID modules without antenna

                              • Our single-frequency RFID modules are suitable for integration in simpler cost effective solutions. They support multiple RFID technologies in either high or low frequency RFID. They have several configurable input/output ports, beepers and different sleep modes for lowest power consumption. A simple ASCII or binary protocol enables quick software development cycles. All host communication is done via serial TTL interface. Due to their small size and with all components mounted to only one side, an easy placement on the main circuit board is guaranteed.
                                  • Nano Module Multi 125 LV

                                    • Support for many different transponder types
                                    • 125 kHz
                                    • Five configurable I/Os
                                    • Transponder operation can be triggered externally
                                    • 20 x 20 x 6 mm
                                  • Nano Module Multi 125

                                    • Support for many different transponder types
                                    • 125 kHz
                                    • Five configurable I/Os
                                    • Transponder operation can be triggered externally
                                    • 20 x 20 x 5 mm
                                • RFID antennas

                                • As addition to our modules we also offer compatible RFID antennas and RFID antenna kits. It is very easy to integrate or to test the performance of the TWN4 reader/writer modules with a suitable external antenna using various connectors (i.e. SMA, SMB, SMC, MCX (connector HF1) and UMCC/U.FL (connectors HF2).
                                  • TCP Converters

                                  • The main purpose of the TCP converters is to enable RFID authentication on older printers (single function printers). They can be connected on one end to a Local Area Network (LAN) and on the other end to a RFID reader via RS232 or USB cable. If a person swipes a card over the reader, the information is sent over the network to a local print server and depending on the response a print job can be released. As a result the purchase of an expensive Multi Functional Printer (MFP) can be completely omitted.
                                      • TCPConv 2

                                        • can act as an Ethernet Network Router
                                        • configuration can be saved for later usage on other TCPConv 2s thus saving expensive man hours
                                    • Kits

                                        • RFID Technology Detection

                                        • The TechTracer Lite /Kit is a compact solution enabling on-site identification of the most common LF and HF RFID technologies in use worldwide.
                                          On demand demonstrations or identification of RFID transponder technologies are easily accomplished by presenting customer RFID cards to the reader which then displays details of the RFID technology in use on a PC.
                                          • easy to carry
                                          • enables on-site identification of RFID cards
                                          • supports TWN4 MultiTech underlying technology
                                          • operates at three frequencies: 125 kHz, 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz
                                          • simultaneously reads more than sixty transponder technologies (e.g. HID Prox, HID iCLASS, MIFARE Classic, MIFARE DESFire, Sony FeliCa, NFC active, passive and peer-to-peer mode, etc.)
                                          • supports a powerful scripting environment for user defined configuration
                                          • plug-and-play (no additional software, driver or installation needed)
                                          • multi OS support (e.g. Windows, Linux, IOS, Android)
                                          • configuration application, SDK and documentation are available on request/download
                                            • TechTracer Lite

                                              • includes eight contactless cards from various RFID technologies as well as a single MIFARE Ultralight Smart Label
                                              • four frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz, 2.4 GHz
                                              • recognizes Bluetooth Low Energy beacons
                                              • compact dimensions
                                            • TechTracer Lite LEGIC

                                              • includes ten contactless cards from various RFID technologies as well as a MIFARE Ultralight Smart Paper Label
                                              • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                                              • supports segment initialization function
                                              • three frequencies: 125/134.2 kHz, 13.56 MHz
                                              • compact dimensions
                                            • TechTracer Kit TWN4 MultiTech

                                              • includes twelve contactless cards from various RFID technologies as well as two MIFARE Paper Labels
                                              • LEGIC chip for reading LEGIC RFID standards
                                              • supports segment initialization function
                                              • enables on-site identification of RFID cards
                                              • convenient case
                                          • RFID Infrastructural Tools

                                                • TWN4 CONFIG Programmer Kit

                                                • The TWN4 CONFIG Programmer is a kit which contains an RFID writer, special contactless TWN4 Configuration Cards and an App. Project specific reader settings are configured in the App and then encoded onto the TWN4 Configuration Cards. When the programmed Configuration Card is swiped over a reader, it adopts the new settings.

                                                  The TWN4 readers inherently support over 60 RFID technologies in the 125 kHz, 134.2 kHz and 13.56 MHz frequency ranges. The TWN4 Configuration Card configures a device to read only certain technologies or frequencies. Its greatest advantage is that it can also be used to (re)program large numbers of proximity readers via air interface without disassembling the device or connecting it to a computer. This significantly reduces the configuration effort required for large-scale projects.

                                                  Security and traceability
                                                  Detailed information about the setup on the configuration card and the project associated with it can be accessed only by the individual who programmed the card. No access is provided to any project-specific confidential data. Furthermore, the reader’s ability to be configured by simply reading configuration cards does not interfere with critical applications. For additional security, subsequent programming attempts can be password protected.

                                                  Order codes:
                                                  • T4DT-FB7CCF-CFG (TWN4 CONFIG Programmer)
                                                  • TP-IHND08-CFGP10 (TWN4 CONFIG Card (10pcs.))
                                                  • T4PK-FB7CCF (TWN4 CONFIG Kit incl. 10 cards)