Access Control
Schlage contactless smart credentials increase security, compatibility

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has released its new line of Schlage contactless smart credentials. The new contactless smart credentials leverage MIFARE EV1 technology, are encrypted with AES 128-bit diversified keys and include mutual authentication and a message authentication code (MAC) to ensure that data is safe.

February 17, 2010
By Staff

Designed on an open architecture platform, the new Schlage contactless smart credentials are built to comply with ISO 14443 standards, the international standard for contactless smart cards.  Setting new standards, the new Schlage credentials provide an extremely rapid up to 848 kbps baud rate data transfer between the credential and reader, up to 32 times faster than many contactless smart credentials already on the market.

With up to twice the memory as traditional contactless smart credentials, memory options of 2K, 4K and 8K bytes lets users get the solution needed today without having to purchase extra memory.  In addition, the flexible design of the credentials helps them support diversified applications ranging from biometrics to cashless vending and transit passes.  Applications can be added to support system expansion as slowly or quickly as needs and budgets become available. 
The new contactless smart credentials are available now and will be showcased at ISC West in Las Vegas March 24-26 at Booth #20041

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