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SYRIS RD300-H1-G NFC reader with multiple protocol support
(Product ID: 1537)

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Multipurpose desktop USB reader that reads NFC chips ISO14443A, ISO14443B and ISO 15693 (MIFARE®*, iCode, NTAG, Felica, Desfire). It can be used as Keyboard Emulator, HID Emulator, Virtual COM reader and it can write on chips. Suitable for Access Control, ID identification, Time Attendence, etc.
Price/item: 109,00 EUR (with vat 132,98 EUR)
Status: In stock
Dispatching time: 1-3 days
Product ID: 1537

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Check many advantages of Syris RD300-H1 reader!

Syris RD300-H1 differs from other RFID and NFC readers because it supports different 13.56 MHz chip protocols:
1. protocol ISO15693 protocol (e.g. NFC iCode SLI X chips, library chips, industry chips ...)
2. protocol ISO14443A, ISO14443B, Felica, Desfire, Mifare Classic, Ultralight, NTAG213, NTAG215, NTAG216

It is suitable for reading RFID cards, NFC labels and other media operating at 13.56 MHz.

The housing is compact and nicely made. On the back of each reader is a label with the name of the reader and a bar code. The USB cable is fixed to the chassis which increases the reliability of the entire solution because it cannot be pulled out (some other readers have a mini USB connector on the chassis).

By the default setting it acts as a Keyboard Emulator. With the configurator on the enclosed CD you can set the format of UID code, control the buzzer, add prefix or postfix, set it as AutoRead to automatically read data from memory.

With this reader you can also write data inside the sectors. You can create some ASCII text data, will write it on the card with your key and later you can read the same data as Keyboard Emulator. This mean you can read the data in the field where the mouse is currently located (e.g. in a notebook, table, login box ...)

SYRIS RD300-H1-G ccould be set to work as Virtual COM reader by simply upgrading the firmware with the same configurator. In the case of working as Virtual COM you get the UID code in the basic HEX format.

When working as Virtual COM device you cannot change the UID output with the configurator but you need to change it after read and this usulayy requires some programming. You can change the otput format only when the reader is set as a Keyboard Emulator. 

The reading distance of this RFID reader is the same as with other 13.56 Mhz readers, which is 1-5 cm, depending on the chip medium and environment in which the reader is used. In our test the card with MIFARE® Classic chip was read at the distance of 7 cm, card with chip iCode SLI X was read at 6.5cm, NFC keyfob with NTAG213 chip at 3cm ...

The default reading mode is 8 HEX. To read the entire NFC chip record, you need to set it to 14 HEX ID Reverse Byte. When reader is setted up in this way, it reads NFC chips in the same way as cell phones and tablets with NFC. The reader also has by default the setting Same Card Detection, which means that it will not read the same card in same time interval.

RD300 works on Apple computers although the configurator is designed for PC only. If we set up the reader on a PC, then it will retain the settings on Apple computers as well.

The reader can also write on chips. The CD provides APIs and sample codes for BCB6, VB6, VB.NET and libraries for VC, VB, BCB, DevC, and C #.
 
Manufacturer: Syris Technology Corp.
Product name: RD300-H1-G
Working frequency: 13.56MHz
RF protocol: ISO14443A, ISO14443B, ISO15693, Felica
Interface: USB
Reading distance: up to 5cm
Dimensions: 105 x 72 x 16 mm

*MIFARE® and MIFARE CLASSIC® are registered trademarks, owned by NXP B.V. There is no affiliation between NXP B.V. and  Mave d.o.o..

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