What is RFID lock?
An RFID lock, also known as a Radio Frequency Identification lock, is a type of electronic lock that uses RFID technology for authentication and access control. RFID technology utilizes radio waves to transmit data wirelessly between an RFID reader and a passive RFID tag.In the context of an RFID lock, the lock mechanism is typically controlled by an electronic system that includes an RFID reader and a locking mechanism. The system is designed to grant access only to individuals with authorized RFID tags or cards.
What type of RFID does ARMSTRONG have?
Low frequency: 125K Hz
Mifare: 13.56M Hz (Protocol: ISO 14443A)
FeliCa: 13.56M Hz [Protocol: ISO 14443A, ISO14443B, ISO0108092(NFC)]
How many mode do we have?
Our programming offers 3 modes: Manual close mode, automatic close mode and public user mode.
Manual close mode (under assigned mode): A programmed RFID card to scan open and scan to lock.
Automatic close mode (under assigned mode): A programmed RFID card to scan open and the lock automatically locks when closed .
Public user mode, also known as shared use mode: Locks remain unlocked until locked by an user. The user can select any unused locker and scan an RFID to the lock. The lock will remain locked until unlocked by the same RFID card. Once it unlocks, RFID card is no longer stroed and the locker is available for next user.