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HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible

HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible
HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible
HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible
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HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible
HID 1326 ProxCard II Compatible
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The HID 1326 ISO Prox II ProxCard is designed for 125 kHz photo ID access control, offering 26 bits, more than 137 million possible codes, ISO standards, up to 24 read range, in a vertical format PVC smart card. Standard 26-Bit/H10301 Format. Need a different format? Call today for a customized quote.

Dimensions: Length: 3-3/8 Inches X Width: 2-1/8 Inches

HID Compatible


26 bit Weigand
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COMMENT: Needed spare cards for gate access by John B 11/2/2016
COMMENT: because is the same card the use in the office by Maria C 8/20/2015
QUESTION: Can I order this cards with a facility code? by Lupe P 7/27/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Yes you can ! You would just need to give us a call ! by Taylor M a
REPLY: Great , I will call you guys thank you . by Lupe P r
QUESTION: Would I be able to get cards starting from card 60000? by Rebecca S 6/8/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Hello , we had a salesman email you in regards to custom coded cards. Please respond to the email. Thank you by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Believe it or not, we forgot what this card is for. Do the numbers on the back of the card designate usage? by Dee K 1/17/2015
ANSWER: Sorry, don't know. Suggest you call the Service Dept people @ North Shore Commercial Door for help! Good luck! by Steve F a
ANSWER: I'm not sure what you use your cards for, but the cards we got from North Shore, we swiped and used for our door access to the plant and office areas. We swiped the cards for door entre and assigned different shift hours for our employees. <br /><br />North Shore is a very friendly company to deal with, I would call and reorder cards over the phone and have them within two weeks. by kathy t a
ANSWER: They are card serial numbers which would be registered in some access control system. If "what is it for" means you don't remember what doors it could be used for, knowing card numbers won't help. Only the system where the card was registered would recognize the card numbers. by Rick C a