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Understanding the 26-bit proximity card format
The industry’s most common proximity card format is a 26-bit card (also referred to as H10301). This is an open format which allows you as the consumer to order proximity cards from any photo identification retailer. This is essential in helping keep your costs down for the cards while ensuring ongoing access to purchasing them for years to come.
What’s the difference between a HiCo & LoCo mag stripe card?
The amount of data that can be encoded on to a card with a magnetic stripe card is the same for both HiCo and LoCo cards. The primary difference between the cards has to do with how difficult it is to encode and erase the information on each type of stripe.
Investing in the right ID card printer is critical, and navigating the identification buyer’s landscape can be overwhelming. This guide contains valuable information and helpful tips for anyone preparing to purchase an ID card printer.