ThingMagic® M3e HF/LF RFID Secure Module
Enabling HF/LF RFID secure access in a compact, embedded module
Part of our Secure Access family of products, ThingMagic M3e is a compact embedded module which supports both High Frequency (HF) RFID and Low Frequency (LF) RFID protocols. The M3e is the only HF/LF module on the market with a totally integrated Secure Access Module, an IC that handles secure communications and manages security keys required to access more than just the publicly available information on an RFID tag. The M3e module supports complex HF RFID tag interactions as well as the flexibility to read both HF and LF ID cards to authenticate personnel across a wide spectrum of security environments.
The M3e can drive high gain HF and LF antennas to achieve extended read range and is pre-certified for these high gain antennas. Additionally, the M3e is the only secure HF/LF module that provides full modular certification, greatly reducing the burden on OEMs for regulatory filing requirements as well as providing flexibility in choosing the antenna best suited for the application.
The M3e platform uses the same Mercury API as other JADAK ThingMagic products, allowing for easy software integration and customization based on form-fit-function SKUs. And the module is flexible enough to allow OEMs to tailor a license that enables the features of interest in the field.
The M3e module is HID enabled, and by activating the license, customers can ensure that encrypted iClass badges can be read now or whenever the facility is ready. HID Global is a market leader in access control technology and solutions, foundational RFID and other sensing technologies as well as secure encryption algorithms that are proprietary to HID and widely adopted around the world. This partnership provides unique RFID security key management that enables an added level of security to the most popular RFID SmartCards.
- Nurse’s Carts
- Med Dispensing & Pharmacy
- Anesthesia Carts
- Patient Monitoring
- Blood Tracking
- Inventory Cabinets
- Infusion Pumps
- Pneumatic Systems Transport
- Ultrasound Machines; POC / IVD Analyzers
The JADAK Difference
With decades of medical and industrial engineering expertise, JADAK is a market leader and primary supplier of custom machine vision, RFID, barcode, printing, and color and light measurement products and services for original equipment manufacturers. Our team of advanced-degree engineers become an extension of your team, gain a deep understanding of your application, then, develop and implement a solution that’s a precise fit. All supported by full lifecycle management of your product.
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