Schlage 9951

Multi-Technology Card Combo (Pack of 100)


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SKU: 9951
  • Dual Technology:  Proximity and smart
  • Open architecture design is built on ISO 14443A standards, providing for a faster data transfer speed
  • Only available in ISO style cards
  • Utilizes 125 kHz proximity and 13.56 MHz MIFARE® Classic technology
  • Custom artwork and laser engraving available
GoKeyless is a trained and authorized Allegion dealer. Sales, service, and support. It's why thousands of clients around the world choose GoKeyless™ for their security and access control needs each year. Schlage multi-technology credentials are extremely flexible. Particularly useful during a transition from proximity technology to smart technology, this card can be read by both proximity readers and smart readers. This allows customers to economically migrate to the latest smart technology at their own pace. Schlage multi-technology credentials contain both 125 kHz proximity and 13.56MHz contactless smart card capability in one unit.




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Credential Format

125 kHz Proximity, 13.56 MHz Smart Technology


3.37 (H) x 2.125 (W) x .033 (L) in.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. A The 9951 are both smart card and Weigand technology all in one. The two think you want to look for is 26 bit formatting or a read range of 13.56 MHz or 125 kHz. If your readers talk on these ranges then this card should work for you.
  2. Q How do you program the card? answer now
    Asked by Dan Dalton on April 1, 2017 2:10 PM
    A All programming would be handled through your system software and enroller, or proximity pad connected to head-end panel.

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