SmartID™ Design Smart Card Readers From Integrated Engineering

Product Profile

The design of Integrated Engineering’s SmartID™ readers reflects a movement towards the design and material requirements of modern architecture. SmartID™ provides contemporary designs in two shades of stainless steel, together with an easy way to manage the accessibility of critical places, people, goods and information, both for today and the future.  Offering a full product portfolio including SmartID™ ISO 14443 (up to level 4) readers:
  • Mifare® serial number reader
  • Mifare® read/write sector reader (optional 12 key pin pad)
  • DESFire® reader (Common Access Card compliant)
  • T=CL reader

Other Smart ID™ standards include Hitag and EM4102.

All readers are available with interfaces for the following output protocols: ISO 7811 (ABA / Clock & Data) and Wiegand, and seamlessly integrate with standard U.S. and European junction boxes.  

In addition, the SmartTOUCH™ model combines smart card and biometric technology assuring both information and physical security.  This simple-to-use ‘dual authentication’ solution is achieved through the combination of a Mifare® and a fingerprint reader.  SmartTOUCH™ is uniquely programmed using a secured enrolment card instead of a PC.
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Technical Specification

Make Integrated Engineering
Manufacturer Integrated Engineering
Model code SmartID
c/w Cards, Tags or Fobs Cards
Additional info Reader is equipped with two LED indicators and a buzzer.  Different chip technology available for the reader: EM4002, Hitag1/Hitag2 and Mifare.  Integrated Engineering offers a wide range of ISO14443A readers, suitable for multiple applications: Mifare serial number reader, Mifare read/write sector reader, DESFire reader and CL read/write reader.  Readers available in different housings and antenna sizes: SmartID housing, OEM housing, customer housing/Private labeling, classic housing.
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