AWID LR-2000 VT-UHF Visor Tag (Lots of 50 Only)

AWID LR-2000 VT-UHF Visor Tag (Lots of 50 Only!!!).

AWID LR-2000 VT-UHF Visor Tag (Lots of 50 Only)

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AWID LR-2000 VT-UHF Visor Tag (Lots of 50 Only)

Operating Temperatures from -58°F to 185°F (-50°C to +85°C), Read Range up to 20 feet, Batteries not needed, passive tag, Passive RFID technology gives excellent price to performance ratio, Custom graphics available on tags, please contact us for more details

Implementing the Gen-2 Protocol, AWID’s VT-UHF-0-0 visor tag revolutionizes passive Long Range Vehicle access and identification control. Allowing for maximum environmental considerations, the VT-UHF-0-0 delivers true, hands-free access control. 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 2.4" (115mm x 60mm), Typical Reading Range: up to 20 feet, Up to 72 trillion or 72,057,594,037,927,936 unique codes


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.

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