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  • 1. A Vision for the Future
    We Identify With Your Business
  • 2. Corporate Business
    Leader in the development, manufacture and sale of cards and readers for the access control industry
    Radio frequency identification technology (also known as proximity technology)
    Wiegand technology
    Smart card technology
  • 3. Flexible And Open System Architecture
    Host Software
    Access
    Control
    Panel
    Electric Lock
    REX Motion
    Door Contact
  • 4. Host Panel
    InterfaceWiegandSerialClock-and-data
    125 kHz
    Carrier
    FSK Data
    Proximity Architecture
    The card communicates to a reader through radio frequency.
    “Passive cards” are activated by the reader itself.
  • 5. Card Readers
    Proprietary vs. non-proprietary:
    Proprietary readers are those that are manufactured by the access control OEM. These readers have proprietary communication between the host and the panel.
    Non-proprietary readers work on an open standard. Wiegand is the open standard. Nearly all manufacturers accept this protocol.
  • 6. Complete Card and Reader Line
    Wide variety of readers
    Many sizes and styles
    Color choices
    Multiple reader outputs:
    Wiegand standard
    Clock and data
    Serial outputs
    (RS-232, RS-422, RS-485)
  • 7. Active Vs. Passive Cards
    • An active card has a battery. The advantage of an active card is a longer read range.
    A passive card is a card without a battery. The advantage of a passive card is longer card life.
  • 8.                                   
    Single Technology Solutions
    Access cards can function as photo ID badges.
    • Keyfobs are also available
    Access cards can have multiple technologies:
    Proximity
    Wiegand
    Mag stripe
    Contact smart chips
    Contactless smart chips
    Bar code
    “Junk” stripe for debit applications
  • 9. Card to Reader Communication
    • HID readers work with HID cards.
    HID readers pass data from the card to the host
    HID readers are open to all card formats
  • 10. Wiegand Data Interface
    A widely used Access Control industry standard
    The Wiegand interface is a binary code that consists of data lines called “Data 0”,“Data 1”, and “Data Return”. Toggling the respective line to ground (or Data Return) for a specified time sends data.
    The data is a series of ones and zeros that can be partitioned to suit the needs of the system.
  • 11. Panel Format Settings
    Access Control Panels are built to accept data in specific formats.
    Most use the standard, industry format of 26-bit.
    Simple panels might accept one or two formats
    Sophisticated panels are software configurable and accept hundreds of different formats
    The panel will also determine the type of reader to panel transmission used.
    Most common is the Wiegand communications protocol
    Also used is:
    • Clock and Data,
    • 12. Serial interface (RS232, RS422, RS485)
  • Card Formats
    A format consists of a group of bits which represent the number programmed into the card. These numbers can be partitioned to include a separate field for facility code, card number, customer number, and issue level.
  • 13. Card Formats: Open Formats
    This is typically a 26 bit format that is open to the industry.
    The advantage to this format is flexibility.
    The disadvantage to this format is the possibility of duplicated cards.
    Card numbers are not tracked by HID
    There are no restrictions on the use of this format
  • 14. Card Formats: 26 bit
    The 26 bit format consists of 2 parity bits, 8 bit facility code and 16 bit card number fields.
    < FC >< Card Number >
    PAAAAAAAABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP
    P= Parity
    A= FACILITY CODE= 0 TO 255
    B= CARD NUMBER= 0 TO 65,535
  • 15. Card Formats: OEM Proprietary Formats
    These formats are owned and controlled by the OEM manufacturer of the access control system.
    The advantage to this format is a higher level of security.
    The disadvantage to this format is the dependence on a specific OEM to supply cards.
  • 16. Card Formats...HID Corporate 1000 Format
    This is a 35-bit format that is owned and controlled by the end-user.
    Over 1 million card numbers are available within the assigned format and are tracked to avoid duplication.
    The format is compatible with most hardware/software platforms and may be offered by any HID provider.
    With the end-user’s permission, HID will supply cards to any OEM(s) or distributor(s) of the end-user’s choice.
  • 17.
  • 18. NEW PRODUCTS MODULE
  • 19. HID MIFARE Reader – 6055B
    • Uses MIFARE® technology to read and write contactless smartcards.
    • 20. Easily integrates with most access control systems.
    • 21. Features a bi-color LED indicator and system controlled built-in buzzer.
    • 22. One-piece housing combines transmitting/receiving aerial and electronics.
    Readily installed on metal surfaces,walls, and doors.
    Available with Wiegand and RS-232serial output.
  • 23.                                   
    HID MIFARE® Card
    13.56 MHz MIFARE type A Contactless Smart Card
    10 cm (3.9”) read range
    High security
    Purse functions (increase/decrease)
    ISO thickness
    Can be printed with all direct image dye sublimation printers
    1430 Series
  • 24.                                   
    HID Proximity & MIFARE card
    13.56 MHz MIFARE and 125 kHz Contactless Smart Card
    Supports all HID card formats
    ISO Size and thickness
    10cm (3.9”) MIFARE read range
    Up to 50cm (20”) prox read range
    Graphics quality surface
    1431 Series
  • 25. PRESENTATION BY SRIDHAR PONUGUPATI
    ACCESS CONTROL SOLUTIONS IN COLLABORATION WITH HID
    BLAZE AUTOMATION PVT LTD
    HYDERABAD, INDIA