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Enhanced Sensor Card RFID Card Duplicator
RFID Card Copy machine 125khz-135khz
RFID Card Copy machine Read and Copy RFID Card 125khz-135khz
RFID Card Copy machine Only use Rewrite RFID Card, Chain to copy RFID card.
Sensor Card Duplicator Application:
Copies of all ID card (copy of the product offer free card and copy buttons, picture in order to allow customers a better choice)
Electric door card / card / ID proximity cards Chinese copy of the host
Sensor Card Copier Can copy all copies induction card (including 125 khz-135khz), can be repeatedly copied many times, simple operation, read and write two-step operation can be completed.
Sensor Card Duplicator Can copy and type: ID card (available in the market access cards, access cards, into the room cards, identification cards, time and attendance system, card, card access control systems, property identification card, etc.)
1. In particular, requirements for DC power 6 -- 12V, current is 20MA, small size, light weight, weighing 120 grams, so mobile, home copy.
2. Is particularly powerful, the machine can copy on the market parking cards, access cards, gates of all ID cards, class cards, including small button-type, shaped cards.
3. Can be reused, proximity cards can use an unlimited number of times.
4. Copier function super, you can copy the card common in Taiwan, such as Soca sensor card, Kaduo Li proximity card, and can force these sensors can only copy one of the classic card proximity card can be used many times in the host.
Sensor Card Copier Power
110V - 240V Voltage, 1W.
9V DC battery Optional.
Instructions for RFID Card Duplicator
To generate copies, put the sensor card or sensor button at the SENSING AREA, press READ button of the copier, a three-time beep indicating that the card/button is being read successfully; otherwise nothing happens means the reading process failed.
Put the successfully read card/button at the SENSING AREA, press COPY button, the "copying..." indicator light on lasting 2 seconds then off, or, a four-time beep, indicating copying process complete successfully.