|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang, China||Dimension:||Credit Card Sized or Customized|
|Brand Name:||Actility / RHT||Surface:||Matted/ Glossy/ Frosted|
|Model Number:||HFBC02||Craft:||Barcode, Magnetic Stripe, Signature Stripe, UV, Embossing etc.|
|Frequency:||13.56 MHz (High Frequency)|
Packaging & Delivery
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- Selling Units: Single item
- Package Type: Carton
|Quantity(Cartons)||1 – 100||>100|
|Est. Time(days)||15||To be negotiated|
What is a RFID blocking card?
RFID blocking cards are comparable in size to credit cards and are used to protect the personal information stored on credit cards, debit cards
cards, smart cards, RFID driver’s licenses and any other RFID cards obtained from electronic pickpockets using handheld RFID scanners.
RFID blocking cards help you avoid identity theft, data theft and electronic pickpockets when using your existing credit card holders, wallets, cases or sleeves.
How does RFID Blocking work?
As more and more products using RFID technology become available, many people are becoming concerned about their security. As a result, there are quite a few products on the market that claim to block RFID. let’s take a look at how RFID blocking works.
Typically, RFID blocking cards, shields and protectors work in a variety of ways. They are either passive or active. Passive shields or protectors can absorb RFID signals or deflect them. Active RFID shields or protectors use microchips. They usually emit a jamming signal. It actually pretends to be another card, causing a card conflict problem in the reader. Alternatively, it drains the power of the transmitted signal needed to power the chip in the card. If the chip can’t receive enough power to work, it can’t send an answer.
Why we need blocking cards?
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification Devices. Today they are found in your passports, credit cards or any other RFID cards as wafer thin chips to help speed up transactions. They store and transmit your account information plus personal details. Handheld scanners (which thieves can easily come by) can read these chips through wallets and clothing up to several feet away. Think of it as electronic pickpocketing or identity theft. Identity theft via RFID readers is growing. You can protect your personal data with the use of RFID blocking cards. These items contain a metal fiber mesh that makes a “cage” around the chip that radio waves cannot penetrate.