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RFID Card
RFID Card

RFID Card

- 100% PVC
- Size: CR80 - 85,6 x 54 mm
- Thickness: 760 Mikron
- Edges: Comfort Rounded

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Different Types of Card
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Front / Back Print
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100% customizable
superior quality

superior quality

highly individual

highly individual

lightning fast

lightning fast

in-house production

in-house production

super low quantities

super low quantities

What Is an RFID Card?

Widely used, typically plastic (PVC or similar), cards with a small electronic chip to store, receive and transmit data. You have probably seen and used a radio frequency identification (RFID) card multiple times and even have a few in your purse or wallet. They are what most people commonly refer to as “contactless cards” and are a quick and easy way of confirming someone’s identity, of gaining entry or access and of making payments. Think hotel rooms, secure facilities, hospitals, colleges and workplaces.
But they can also be used as gift, loyalty and membership cards, and to track customer behaviour which makes them an invaluable marketing tool for your business. 
Wunderlabel offers a range of branding products, including printing on RFID cards.

How an RFID Card works?

A Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) card has a special chip or transponder embedded in it to store information. 
Once the card enters the electromagnetic field of a card reader, by holding it up against or close to the machine, information can be exchanged between the two.
But don’t worry, RFID cards are secure: the data in the card is encrypted and can only be read by specific readers that have a special “key” to access the stored information.
Which is why they are so popular as ID and payment cards, and anything else that requires the safekeeping of confidential and personal details. 
The frequency of the card (low or high) will determine at what distance the internal radio transponder can communicate with a compatible reader, meaning how close the card has to be in order to work. 

This low cost technology is guaranteed to make your life as a business owner easier and guarantee secure and speedy transactions for your customers.

How to Make an RFID Card / How Can you Make an RFID Card?

As you probably already know, an RFID card is the same size as a standard credit or debit card. This size is referred to as CR80 and equals 85.6 x 54 x 0.85 mm. The thickness measures 760 micron. 
The Wunderlabel printed RFID cards are made from 100% robust yet flexible PVC and have rounded corners for extra comfort and a stylish look. The professional print is sharp and long lasting.
Simply select your options in the configurator for Customised Plastic Cards with Logo.
Choose from the following:

- Frequency: Low (125 KHz) or high (13.56 MHz) frequency
- Print: Front only or front and back
- Coating: With for extra protection or without 

All that’s left to do now is upload an PNG or JPG file with your design and you are ready to place your order! 
Don’t forget to check out our other personalised products that can be matched to your new cards: we offer hang tags, stickers, event wristbands, labels and much more! 
 

RFID Cards

Where to Buy an RFID Card?

These types of cards can generally be bought in office supply shops, electronics retailers and you can even get them through marketing agencies. But why not simply buy them online from Wunderlabel? We have created a special online tool that will take you through the design process quickly and easily from the comfort of your own home. And we offer small order quantities as well so you can get personalised cards starting from just 25 pieces. Our custom RFID cards are affordable and durable, and can be shipped within days as an express order or with standard Royal Mail post.

Are you looking for a different kind of plastic card? No problem! You can also design and order plain cards that can be used for advertising purposes and as business cards, or magnetic stripe cards that can be swiped through a card reader. Read more about creating and printing RFID cards in the next paragraph.