All remote cards are programmed with a proximity frequency of 125 kHz. If a different frequency is used, it is most likely a smart card or other type of accounting data. The most common format for distance cards is 26-bit H10301. Various other formats are also available. Please contact our sales department if you are unsure of the programming information you need. HID 0008P cards are suitable for printing on standard ID card printers.
0008P is a version of standard HID cards. These cards are also known as 1386LGGMN card, ISOProx. Standard HID configuration: Card front - plain white PVC with gloss finish - indicates card range number written in black, small blue HID logo and card format. The back of the card is plain white PVC with a glossy finish - this is the standard and most popular finish.
The standard and most popular HID format is the 26-bit format: H10301. Most access control systems use this format, but not all. To order new cards, you will need the format, device code and card range. If you are unsure of your programming information, please check your previous order information and it can also be found in the HID box that came with your cards. If you don't have a Sena box on hand, please email us. letter for a test card so that we can determine the necessary programming. If you need cards other than the popular 26-bit H10301 format, please call or email us.