HID Seos Essential + Prox Card For Simple, Low-frequency Card Migrations

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: HID
  • Model code: Seos Essential + Prox
  • Card/ Tag/ Fob: Card
  • Material: Composite construction (40% polyester / 60% PVC)
  • ISO size Printable: Yes
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Additional info:

Highly secure – Like all Seos credentials, Seos Essential is Secure Identity Object® (SIO)-enabled, which allows for multi-layered security beyond card technology and the protection of identity data from unauthorized access Simplified, cost-effective migration – Support for read/write identification is provided using 125 kHz contactless technology to enable migration from legacy 125 kHz credential technologies Convenient – Fully supported by HID Signo, iCLASS SE®, multiCLASS® SE, HID Prox and Indala reader platforms Heightened privacy protection – Seos Essential offers best-in-class data and privacy protection by incorporating mutual authentication and secure messaging mechanisms into stringent best practices for data protection

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Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code Seos Essential + Prox
Card/ Tag/ Fob Card
Material Composite construction (40% polyester / 60% PVC)
ISO size Printable Yes
Operating Frequency MHz 13.56 MHz / 125kHz
Physical Specifications Weight g: 5.5
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -40 ~ +70 C (-40 ~ +158 F)
Additional info
  • Highly secure – Like all Seos credentials, Seos Essential is Secure Identity Object® (SIO)-enabled, which allows for multi-layered security beyond card technology and the protection of identity data from unauthorized access
  • Simplified, cost-effective migration – Support for read/write identification is provided using 125 kHz contactless technology to enable migration from legacy 125 kHz credential technologies
  • Convenient – Fully supported by HID Signo, iCLASS SE®, multiCLASS® SE, HID Prox and Indala reader platforms
  • Heightened privacy protection – Seos Essential offers best-in-class data and privacy protection by incorporating mutual authentication and secure messaging mechanisms into stringent best practices for data protection
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