HMD Classic Mifare
In robust aluminum housing with keypad
The 13.56 MHz Mifare reader unit with keypad can be easily connected to all sesamsec control systems. It is also compatible with many common intrusion detection and access control systems.
You can rely on the HMD Classic Mifare—always. Thanks to AES 128-bit encryption with Mifare DESFire EV2 transponders, this reader from the HMD Classic series meets the high security requirements of the VdS and other testing institutes.
Another plus: after installation, firmware updates that become necessary in the field are possible at any time. And to ensure that only those who really need to get in do so, an integrated security card protects against unauthorized access.
Moreover: the sturdy housings made of anodized or powder-coated aluminum defy wind and weather. And that with certainty.
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13.56 MHz Mifare reader units About the 13.56 MHz Mifare family
The 13.56 MHz Mifare readers are part of the HMD generation, 100% made in Germany! They read all Mifare as well as ISO 14443-A transponders: Mifare Classic, Mifare Mini, Mifare Ultralight, Mifare Desfire and Legic Advant. What they have in common is that they work with optional 128-bit AES encryption in conjunction with Mifare DESFire EV2 transponders. This means that they meet the highest security requirements. In addition, the majority of these readers—depending on the design—are VdS Class C approved.
The 128-bit AES encryption of the reader can be activated using the enclosed security card, the "ReaderSecurityCard." Please note that only Mifare DESFire transponders encoded by sesamsec can be read in the encrypting VdS operating mode.
Do you have questions about possible encryption methods? Our support team will be happy to help you with words and deeds. Promptly and at any time!
Encrypting VdS operating mode in conjunction with Telenot
Important for you to know: If a Mifare HMD reader is operated on a Telenot complex or hiplex control panel, the reader automatically detects this after being switched on. In this case, the encryption of the reader is not switched on or off via the security card, but the system key is administered via the Telenot system and sent to the reader via the comlock interface. Thus, only Mifare DESFire transponders that have been encoded to the respective system via the Telenot system are read in the encrypting operating mode.
Please keep this in mind when selecting your product.
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Connection options for HMD Classic Mifare with keypad in aluminum case
Our HMD Mifare readers are equipped with a variety of interfaces that can be easily integrated into any environment. For more detailed information on connection options, please contact our competent sales team.
We want your reader to fit perfectly into your existing system landscape. Do you have any questions on this topic? Our sales team is always ready to provide you with competent support.
The firmware installed during production determines which interface and which required protocol the individual reader uses and thus which system it can be operated on. Therefore, please pay attention to the correct article number when ordering. It is also possible to update the firmware of the reader and thus, among other things, the interface used in the field. This is possible via the RS485 interface of the reader with an associated PC tool after the reader has been set to configuration mode using the RSC security card.
An explanation about the composition of the part numbers can be found on this page in the "Downloads" section.