AWID LR-2000 RV-UHF Rear View Mirror Tag (Lots of 50 Only!!!)
AWID LR-2000 RV-UHF Rear View Mirror Tag ***When you add to cart, by selecting quantity 1 you will receive 50 tags.
Rear view mirror tag, Operating Temperatures from -58°F to 185°F (-50°C to +85°C), Custom graphics available on tags, please contact us for more details, Read Ranges: up to 20 feet
Implementing the Gen-2 Protocol, AWID’s RV-UHF-0-0 rear view mirror tag revolutionizes passive Long Range Vehicle access and identification control. Allowing for maximum environmental considerations, the RV-UHF-0-0 delivers true, hands-free access control and features tamper proof security preventing unauthorized removal. Easily mounted inside the car on the backside of the Rear View mirror via its adhesive backing. The RV-UHF-0-0 offers read ranges up to an astonishing 20’.
Proprietary encryption for the protection of card data, Maintenance free operation, No batteries needed, Small in size 4.5" x 1.5", Typical Reading Range: up to 20 feet, Up to 72 trillion or 72,057,594,037,927,936 unique codes
***IMPORTANT MESSAGE WHEN ORDERING CARDS or TAGS***
Please provide the following information regarding your order for cards or tags:
1. AWID's part number for the cards that you use. If you need guidance on this, please contact AWID’s Technical
Support with a full description of your cards, and of the card reader with which you use the cards. And --
2. Complete code data for your cards, including:
(a) Code format. Most commonly, this is the industry-standard format 26-bit-STD. And --
(b) Facility code or site code (constant for all cards in the order). For format 26-bit-STD, this is a 3-digit number
between 001 and 255. And --
(c) Starting number for the new sequence of individual ID numbers (different for each card). For format 26-bit-STD,
this is a 5-digit number between 00001 and 65535.
To locate the cards’ or tags’ code information, please see --
• previous purchase orders for the cards that you now use, or
• the code data that may be printed on your existing cards, or
• the code data that are programmed into your access control system.