HID iClass SE PVC contactless smart cards are constructed from standard plastic known as PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) laminate. Typically used in dye sublimation printers, these thin, flexible PVC cards deliver professional-looking credentials through graphic-quality surfaces.
iClass SIO-Enabled (iClass SE) cards are part of HID’s next-generation high-frequency, contactless smart cards. Secure Identity Object, or SIO, is a new portable credential methodology offered by HID. Capable of supporting all data types, SIO provides both portability and security, adding extreme protection to identity data.
HID’s iClass SE smart cards are TIP™ enabled (Trusted Identity Platform®), ensuring trusted identity for security, mobility, and advanced applications. What’s more – HID iClass SE includes multiple, separately secured files, allowing a single card to be used for numerous applications. This feature supports future growth and expansion for your ID card applications.
When passed within range of a radio frequency acceptor, these contactless smart cards read and write information at a reliable frequency of 13.56MHz to ultimately store data in the chip’s memory. These smart cards were expertly manufactured with a proven technology to ensure a consistent read range, regardless of potential body shielding or weather/environmental conditions.
Available in 2k bit, 16k bit, or 32k bit, the iClass SE HID cards offer flexible configurations. Magnetic stripes, external card numbering, and anti-counterfeiting features can also be customized onto your iClass SE smart cards, heightening their overall security.
Offered in quantities of 100, base model formats for the HID iClass SE 3000 include 3000, 3001, 3002, 3003, and 3004.
iClass SE smart cards are commonly used for applications such as: