Want your order encoded? Download our NFC tag encoding template at the NFC tag encoding support page.
Mifare 1K falls in the NFC Forum Classic category and has known compatibility issues with some devices. Visit the GoToTags documentation site to learn more about different chip types and view a full list of compatible NFC phones, tablets and readers. The Mifare 1K is not NDEF formatted unless you order it encoded.
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|Minimum Order Quantity||10|
|Origin of Shipment||United States|
|IC Type||Mifare Classic 1K S50|
|Air Interface Protocol||ISO 14443A|
|Tag Size||52 mm|
|Antenna Size||40 mm Circle|
|On-Metal||0.30 - 0.35 mm On-Metal Layer|
|Tag Thickness||8.12 mm|
|Hole||3 mm Hole|
|Materials||ABS, Copper Antenna with IC, Epoxy|
NFC Chip Types
An NFC tag has an NFC chip inside of it which performs the NFC interactions. There are several NFC chip types available and the choice of which NFC chip type to use is important. Each NFC chip has its own characteristics, features and cost. If you are not sure which NFC chip to use, our recommendation is to get a couple of each type to test with. The NXP NTAG series is typically what customers use. The NXP NTAG series comes in a variety of data capacity sizes and they offer the best device compatibility, speed, availability and cost.
If you have any questions about this product or would like a quote for larger quantities, please contact us and we can answer any questions you may have.