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NFC Key Fob



    A fob or more commonly called a key fob, is a small security hardware device with built-in authentication used to control and secure access to network services and data. The key fob displays a randomly generated access code, which changes periodically, usually every 30 to 60 seconds. A user first authenticates themselves on the nfc key fob with a personal identification number (PIN), followed by the current code displayed on the device.
    Key Fob is also a word used to describe a key chain and several other similar items and devices. The word fob is believed to have originated from watch fobs, which existed as early as 1888. The fob refers to an ornament attached to a pocket-watch chain. Key chains, car starters, garage door openers, and keyless entry devices on hotel room doors are also called fobs.
ABS RFID Key Fobs
abs rfid key fobs
These ABS rfid key fobs are made from ABS, color and size can be customized as requested.

Plastic RFID Key Fobs
plastic rfid key fobs
These plastic rfid key fobs are made from PVC, color and size can be customized as requested.

Leather RFID Key Fobs
leather rfid key fobs
These leather rfid key fobs are made from leather, color and size can be customized as requested.

Personalization
Chip encoding
Ink-jet printing Serial Number
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Applications
Time Attendance
Access Control & Security
Loyalty & Membership Management
Electronic Ticket & Payment
Club/SPA membership management

Available Chips
125KHz: EM4102, EM4100, TK4100; EM4550, EM4069; T5577; Hitag1, Hitag2, Hitag S256
13.56Mhz: Legic MM256, Mifare 1K, Mifare 4K, Mifare Ultralight, Mifare Desfire 4K, Mifare Plus, Fudan FM11RF08; Mifare 4K compatible, ICODE SLI; Tag-it 2048.

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    A key fob is a type of security token. It is a small hardware device with built-in authentication mechanisms. Just as the keys held on an ordinary real-world key chain or fob control access to the owner's home or car, the mechanisms in the key fob control access to network services and information. The key fob (and similar devices, such as smart cards) provide two-factor authentication. The user has a personal identification number (PIN), which authenticates them as the device's owner. After the user correctly enters their PIN, the device displays a number which allows them to log on to the network. Because a key fob is a physical object, it is easy for the owner to know if it has been stolen. In comparison, a password can be stolen (or guessed) and used for an extended period before -- if ever -- the theft is detected.