- Detects 13.56MHz signal (EMV chip card reader, contactless reader, ISO/IEC 7816-3, ISO 14443)
- Yes/No signal detection
- Bright green flashing LED
- No batteries
- Made in USA - Troublesome Gap tough
Weight & Dimensions
- 0.3 ounces
- 3.375" x 2.1215" (L x W)
- Slightly thicker than credit card
- ISO 7810-ID1
Never again wonder whether your HF / contact-less reader (13.56MHz) is radiating a signal!
This inexpensive card allows you to quickly troubleshoot your contact-less reader without have to send the reader back to the manufacturer. We keep these cards in stock so they ship quickly.
Montie Gear RFID Troubleshooting Tools are used worldwide as simple tools to test whether RFID portals are emitting a signal. These inexpensive tools have helped technicians troubleshoot RFID systems since 2009.
How It Works: Its really simple. Hold the card in close proximity to the reader antenna and if the unit is radiating power, then the led comes on. This gives a never before seen (at least with a low cost device) ability to understand the size and strength of the field for the portal / contact-less reader. Because the card looks for a strong 13.56MHz signal instead of an RFID header, there is no setup. Just pull out the card and hold it up to the reader.
NOTE: This card does not detect RFID / Contact-less tags.
Sustainable Design: This device is very simple, uses minimal materials and no batteries.
Custom: We can even brand these cards with your logo. Integrate these cards into every 13.56 MHz system you sell as a great way to provide an added value to your customers, or just sell them as a way to increase customer satisfaction, provide a valuable tool, and bring in additional profits. Contact Montie Roland today at email@example.com or 800-722-7987 to get us started on your custom branded RFID Field Detector.
- Detects whether your portal is producing a 13.56MHz signal
- Bright green LED flashes when powered by a portal
- Easily stores in your wallet; Credit card sized
- No batteries necessary - uses power from the portal
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