Mifare Ultralight C Card - JLTcard Factory

JLTcard Mifare ultralight C cards can also be customized in several ways,

including printing. You can choose a blank card with no printed details, one-sided printing,

or 2-sided printing. It all depends on what you like.

JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card

The JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C card is a modern RFID card that supports contactless transactions. The card supports 3DES cryptography, making it one of the best in terms of security and functionality. Expect the users to have better and faster authentication when such a card type is used. The most common target applications for the card include paper ticketing in transport systems, event ticketing, and the hospitality industry.

JLTcard knows the importance of having high customer throughput, so it offers this type of card for you to consider. Also, choosing the Mifare Ultralight C card can help low infrastructure maintenance costs and better prevent cloned tickets.

JLTcard Different Ultralight C Card Series

You may be considering getting a JLTcard Mifaire Ultralight C card for your organization, but you are unsure about the options. Below are the main types of the card for you to consider. If you need further help, our support team is ready to step in.

MIFARE Ultralight C Blank Card

The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card can be blank as per your request. The blank card means it is still yet to be programmed to do a specific function when used. Also, it means the card does not have anything printed on it. It may be possible that you would do the programming or printing later. We are here to facilitate you get the right cards at the best price.

CMYK Offset Printing 13.56Mhz MIFARE Ultralight C Card

CMYK Offset printing is a common method used in the printing of RFID cards. In this case, we use four main colors, including Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key, which is black. Combining these several colors can get you many colors to suit your brand’s needs. Also, these JLTcard Mifare ultralight C cards operate at 13.56MHz.

MIFARE Ultralight C Epoxy Card

The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card can also come encased in epoxy resin. Well, we do this to add more protection to the card. You will now end up with a more durable card that is still resistant to damage, especially physical impacts and environmental factors.

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The Functionality of JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card

The JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C card can work for many applications. It is important to understand how they work before buying the cards. Let us learn more below.

  • Contactless Smart Ticket

    You may use the JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card for smart ticketing, especially for stadium, festival, or leisure park access. Since the cards are fast in terms of reading, they can help in easing traffic and getting people into the space.

  • Device Authentication
    Device Authentication

    The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card can be vital for device authentication too. Each time the card is scanned, its information has to be compared with what is in the database. If the information is correct, the reader will perform an activity that can open a door.

  • Public Transportation

    We can see JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card being good also for the public transportation sector. If someone comes with the card, the only thing to do is to scan the card at the door for authentication. If the card is valid, you get a ticket for the bus trip. This reduces the need for handling cash.

  • Ticketing
    Event Ticketing

    You may also find the card good for event ticketing. Let us say it is a concert hosting a famous musician. You would want to have such cards so that authentication is easy and fast. The best part is that such a system can help prevent cloned tickets and offer better fraud prevention.

The Key Features of JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card

The frequency range of 13.56mhz
Frequency of 13.56MHz

The JLTcard uses a frequency of 13.56MHz in its operations. This type of frequency is good for high data transfer rates. This means the cards can offer quick and seamless communication between them and the readers. This frequency also means better compatibility with other RFID readers. No need to change the existing system.

Read Only or Read/Write
Read/write Capabilities

The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card has read/write capabilities that offer more flexibility and dynamic data storage. You may now update the functionality of the card depending on your needs. For example, the same card can be used for loyalty points, access permissions, and ticketing events.

ISO/IEC 11784/785 compatibility
ISO/IEC 14443 type A compliant

The cards also comply with the ISO/IES 14443 type A protocol. This protocol directs the technical requirements for the cards for communication and better interoperability with similar devices. Because of such, it is easier for such cards to work with other readers not from the same manufacturer but have the same operating protocol.

760 Micron
760 Micron and CR80

The cards are available in various dimensions, with the standard options being 760 micron and CR80. 760 microns means the card has a thickness of 0.76mm, which is usually good enough for most contactless smart cards. As for the CR80, it means the card has dimensions 85.60mm x 53.98mm, which is the common size of a credit card.

The Difference Between MIFARE Ultralight and Ultralight C

When looking for Mifare cards, you may come across the JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C card and the Mifare Ultralight card. Since you may be new to such cards, the question in your mind will be, what is the difference?

 

The first difference is the memory capacity. The Ultralight cards have a maximum memory capacity of 64 bytes divided into pages. Each page can hold 4 bytes of data with read/write capabilities. As for the ultralight C cards, they have a larger memory of 192 bytes. Having more memory also means they can handle more data for extended functionality.

 

Another difference is in the security features. The Ultralight C cards have enhanced security features compared to the Ultralight cards. We find the Ultralight C cards have 3DES authentication and encryption support. It makes it more resistant to unauthorized access and potential data tampering.

Because of the difference in memory and security features, these cards would have different applications. Applications that need more security will do better with Ultralight C cards. However, if you need to use the Ultralight cards, ensure the application is not strict on security.

The Difference Between MIFARE Ultralight and Ultralight C
What Is Ultralight C Chip

What is MIFARE Ultralight C Chip

The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C chip card is a contactless smart card chip developed by NXP Semiconductors. The chip features the best technology that makes it fast in terms of data transfer while at the same time remaining contactless. The chip’s design made the card mostly aimed at applications such as event ticketing, public transport, and loyalty point applications.

These chips also feature the best security, including the 3DES authentication protocol. This is to ensure the best security systems generally. It also offers anti-cloning support thanks to its 7-byte serial number for each chip. Compared to other RFID chips, expect this one to offer good security generally.

The chips still come with an intelligent anti-collision function which allows for easily operating several cards in the same field. This means each card can be scanned individually, and a transaction can be executed before the next card is selected. All this can be done without interference.

Printing and Customization

JLTcard Mifare ultralight C cards can also be customized in several ways, including printing. You can choose a blank card with no printed details, one-sided printing, or 2-sided printing. It all depends on what you like.

With the printing done, you could also commission for hole punching. This allows you to add a lanyard to have the card around your neck or wrist.

The other choice would be adding UV coating to ensure better protection against the elements. The coating can also help reduce scratches on the surface and keep the cards looking good.

Customization

Why Choose JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card

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Why Choose JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card

Now that you have come Mifare Ultralight C cards, what makes them good that you would want to buy them? Quality assurance is one of the main reasons someone would get themselves the Ultralight C card. We ensure that the cards meet industry standards, thus providing reliable performance.

Customization is also possible with JLTcard. You can personalize the cards based on the organization’s logo, branding, and other design requirements. We always push for customization, which helps with brand visibility and makes the cards look professional.

Our competitive pricing should also appeal to many people. They will like that our cards are within the affordable range. So you can optimize the budget without losing out on quality. JLTcard also assures you of timely delivery because of the huge production capacity. We will always give you an achievable time frame.

JLTcard Mifare Ultralight C Card Application

Vouchers and Coupons for Loyalty
Vouchers & Loyalty Cards

JLTcard Mifare ultralight C cards can be used to issue store vouchers. Each card would be given the voucher code or value built into their memory. The voucher value is applied to the final amount when the customer uses the card. The same concept applies to loyalty cards, where buyers get loyalty points for shopping in a store.

Event Spaces
Event & Transit Ticketing

The JLTcard Mifare ultralight C card can also work for event and transit ticketing. In case of events, the card can be programmed with a ticket code representing the card’s validity for the event. Once the event is over, the same card cannot be used. As for transit ticketing, the cards can store ticket information such as stored value, validity period, and fare type.

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