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What information do I need to reorder prox cards?

By |February 5th, 2019|

Unless your access control system uses a proprietary card format, you can easily order new prox cards from different brands and providers – often saving you money if you switch to a brand like AlphaPass […]

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Understanding Prox Cards

By |October 16th, 2018|

Prox card systems (also called access control systems) are an efficient and secure way to control who has access to your building, whether that’s a business office or college dorm hall. Prox cards may sound […]

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Ask AlphaCard: Can I print on prox cards?

By |August 7th, 2018|

Access control cards come in a wide range of styles and can add functionality to your business. One of the most common questions we get with prox cards, however, is whether you can print on […]

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Have you tried AlphaPass prox cards yet?

By |July 13th, 2017|

Available in a range of styles, AlphaPass proximity cards work with industy-leading card readers (including HID). If your organization is looking for a prox card solution, consider AlphaPass!

Standard CR-80 AlphaPass Prox Cards

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What’s the difference between magnetic stripe and prox cards?

By |June 27th, 2017|

Storing information on your cards takes a simple photo ID or membership card and turns it into a multifunctional, time-saving device. But how do you decide between magnetic stripe and prox cards? It depends on […]

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Can I print on clamshell cards?

By |February 16th, 2017|

Clamshell proximity cards are extremely popular with access control systems, making it easy to enter into buildings with a wave of a card. But the cards are plain white – can you print on them […]

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Get the skinny on thin cards

By |September 9th, 2011|

Wondering what thin cards are used for? We’ve got the low-down on the benefits of these slim ID cards. Thin cards are used for a couple of different purposes in the ID industry. For one, thin cards (typically 10mil) can be used to produce professional business cards that are more durable than their ordinary paper counterpart. Not only will these cards hold up better, your business cards will stand out from the pack.
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How To: Display proximity cards

By |December 20th, 2010|

Proximity cards come with their own special set of challenges when it comes to figuring out a way to display them that is both secure and functional. Because proximity cards contain embedded electronics, extra care must be taken to not damage the technology cards by corrupting the electronics.
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ID Cards in the News: Sydney Airport introduces contactless check-in system

By |November 22nd, 2010|

Australian airline Qantas recently implemented Next Generation Check-in at the nation’s largest airport using contactless card technology. The new procedure saves card holders’ time and reduces line lengths for all who fly with Qantas.
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ID Cards in the News: Emerson College converts to contactless ID cards

By |November 17th, 2010|

Deciding to re-card an entire college is a daunting prospect, but that’s exactly what Emerson College set out to do this year when they replaced their old ID card system with contactless card technology. Located in Boston’s theater district, the school’s eight buildings on campus see thousands of visitors walk by every day. The new contactless system provides the school with increased security and greater flexibility for access control, information management, and cashless payment.
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