The rugged HID Indala FlexKey® is ideally suited for a variety of applications and environments. These include vacation resorts, locker rooms, health spas, apartment buildings, club houses, as well as commercial offices where photo IDs are not required.
The RF-programmable keytag features the high quality and security benefits you have come to appreciate in Indala 125 kHz credentials, through the use of FlexSecur® authentication. With up to 172 user-definable bits, FlexKey permits the encoding of a wide range of data and information.
Exclusive FlexSecur® Security Technology
All HID Indala 125 kHz Proximity Credentials feature FlexSecur technology, which provides an added level of access system security through a verification process at the reader. Solely an HID Indala product line feature, FlexSecur screens out unauthorized credentials prior to sending card data to the host system.
This additional verification step enhances the security of your access system in two ways: 1. The entire credential data field is encrypted prior to programming the credential. Therefore, the data on the credential cannot be decoded to determine the actual information on the credential. Only the reader is able to decrypt the data and transmit it to the access control system. 2. Credentials and readers can be programmed uniquely for each site, protecting the end user against unauthorized entry attempts by using credentials from another facility. This is unique to the HID Indala product line.
As with other Indala credentials, the FlexKey is compatible with all Indala readers, and can be easily encoded with the Indala ProxSmith® Programmer and toolkit.
This RF programmable, 125 kHz tag offers a consistent read range and is unaffected by body shielding or variable environmental conditions.
The passive, no-battery design allows for an infinite number of reads.
Name: KEYTAGUNPROGRAMMED, HID Global Corporation, Indala
Category: Hid Global Corporation, Access Control, Key Cards, Key Fobs
UPC Code: 639399060380
Country of origin: Malaysia. Country of origin is subject to change.