HF programming station – the link between transponders and readers
The HF programming station is used in conjunction with a PC together with the appropriate programming software.
When initializing a new system it is extremely important that the same secret key of the respective customer or the respective system is stored in all readers and transponders, in other words key fobs or cards.
The HP programming station is equipped with a special secure memory, the so-called SAM module, in which it stores critical data.
Using the PC software together with the HF programming station it is possible to programme all readers and transponders locally.
When the system is initialized the first time a customer-specific key card is placed against the HF programming station, which then adopts and stores this secret key in the internal memory. Taking this approach means the key is never really visible, nor does it need to be written down and kept in a safe.
As a consequence, the HF programming station is the perfect hub of a secure access control system.
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