Secura Key Continues to Provide Wiegand Cards to the Access Control Industry

Secura Key Continues to Provide Wiegand Cards to the Access Control Industry

Secura Key Continues to Provide Wiegand Cards to the Access Control IndustrySecura Key, located in Chatsworth CA, has been and continues to be a reliable and trusted manufacturing resource for many types of access control cards.  Now, Secura Key is the only resource for Wiegand cards in the security industry.

HID Global Corp has recently notified its customers that it is obsoleting its Wiegand card and reader line as of January 31, 2013, except for some iCLASS/Wiegand transition cards, which will be offered through April 30, 2013.

Secura Key Continues to Provide Wiegand Cards to the Access Control IndustrySecura Key also manufactures multi-technology Wiegand cards, such as Wiegand + Contactless, for those who would like to transition to a newer card technology.  Multi-technology transition cards allow the end-user to keep using their system, while replacing the Wiegand swipe readers at their own pace. Secura Key’s eTag readers output SIA standard Wiegand data and can easily replace existing Wiegand Swipe readers, using the existing field wiring. 

Secura Key manufactures Wiegand + MIFARE, and Wiegand + DESFire dual-technology cards, as well as special MIFARE and DESFire compatible eTag readers. Secura Key has already provided these transition cards and readers for a major, multi-national transportation company.

Secura Key also offers custom card printing capability, with the latest digital, 4-color, printing technology from Hewlett Packard.  Secura Key offers Wiegand Cards in matte or glossy (graphics quality) finish, with available features such as magnetic stripe, slot punching, laser engraving and ink jetting.

Secura Key can manufacture Wiegand cards in virtually any format, if the technical specification for the format is provided. 

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