NXT-C Standard Light Proximity Card
Keri’s NXT-C Standard Light Proximity Card provides maximum read range performance in a pacage considerably thinner than other “clamshell” proximity cards. It can be easily carried in a wallet or purse or worn on the clothing with a clip or necklace. These cards are extremely durable and convenient. They are manufactured with a vertical hanging slot punch, and they come with a lifetime warranty. Uses 96 bit encryption between the card and the reader.
NXT-I & NXT-S Multi Technology Card
Keri’s NXT-I & NXT-S Multi Technology Cards allow the user to combine several identification technologies in a single credit card thin credential. The cards can be ordered with or without a high coercivity magnetic stripe, which is useful if there are other types of systems in use that are mag stripe-based, such as cafeteria vending. They are also useful for customers who may have a proximity-based access control system at one site and a mag stripe-based system at other locations, allowing the user to carry a single card. Uses 96 bit encryption between the card and the reader.
One of the most popular features of the Multi Technology Cards is that they can accept a direct print video image, typically a photograph, bar code, and other user graphics, from most industry standard dye sublimation printers, to create a custom access credential.
Unless the user requires the combination of mag stripe and proximity, the NXT-C is recommended over the NXT-I or NXT-S Multi Technology Cards whenever possible because of its lower cost and lifetime warranty. The Standard Light Cards can be fitted with a PVC label or "skin" which can accept a direct printed image to provide photo ID at a much lower cost and greater durability.
NXT-K Proximity Key Ring Tag
Keri’s NXT-K Promity Key Ring Tag provides user convenience in a small, ergonomic, and extremely durable package. The tag is equipped with a brass eyelet for attachment to a key ring that ensures the neck of the tag will not break during the life of the system. Key Tags are especially convenient for building entrances where the user still has their car keys in hand. If the system has many interior doors that are secured with a Keri access control system, users often attach the tag to a necklace for easy carrying, especially if the clothing does not have pockets. If parking gates are secured by an access control system, a Keri Proximity Card is recommended because the tag is usually hanging with the keys in the ignition. Uses 96 bit encryption between the key tag and the reader.
|NXT Proximity Credentials Data Sheet|