The Spider RFID range consists of different models of RFID readers for perfect integration in or on your device and enables authentication.
Thanks to its compact dimensions, the Spider Core can be perfectly integrated into any device where the RFID reader is built in.
Supports 125+ LF and HF technologies
One RFID reader does it all
The Spider Core is a high-performance RFID reader that can read and process over 125 different technologies simultaneously. With support for NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), the Spider Core is ideal for mobile data communication and authentication.
Easy to build in
The Spider Core can be connected via multiple communication protocols, such as USB and RS232. This way the Spider Core can easily be build in to all kinds of machines and devices like Multifunction Printers (MFP), vending machines, E-charging solutions and much more. There are also several types of USB cables available, so that the Spider Core can easily be connected to any device.
Because the Spider Core is available in bulk packaging, less packaging material is used. This, of course, also saves on transportation costs and emissions. In addition, the Spider Core can be connected to the cloud, making remote configuration and updating possible. This saves a lot of (travelling) time.
The ideal RFID reader for authentication at secured computers, digiboards or for checkout at cash registers.
Secure access to equipment
Secure authentication before use
Do you want to provide extra security for equipment such as computers or digiboards? The Spider Desktop is the perfect solution for this. By reading an ID carrier or via NFC or BLE on a mobile phone, access to these devices can be granted. The Spider Desktop can also be used for payments with a prepaid organisation credit in, for instance, a canteen.
Plug & Play
The Spider Desktop can be installed very easily. Connect the reader with the device through a USB cable, install the software and the Spider Desktop is ready for use. If the Spider Desktop needs to be updated or configured, this can easily be done remotely or via a config card or mobile app.
The Spider RFID reader range supports all card technologies in the 13.56 MHz and the 125 kHz range. So even if an organisation works with different standards, you only need one Spider RFID reader. The Spider Desktop reads out very fast and even simultaneously. Various encryption technologies are used to ensure a high level of security.
Do you want to enable secure and/or paid printing? Choose the Spider Desktop MFP that can be easily built in or mounted on your Multifunctional Printer.
Remote updating and configuration
The Spider Desktop MFP is plug & play and extremely maintenance friendly. Physically visiting each RFID reader for updates or configurations is no longer necessary. You can easily do this remotely at any time. There is also a special contactless config card available with which configurations can be started by holding the card in front of the reader.
Build in or mount
The Spider Desktop MFP is designed to be easily mounted on any MFP. With the special bracket that matches the design of the RFID reader you can easily mount the Spider Desktop MFP on the side of your MFP. Embedding the Spider Desktop MFP is also no problem. Because of its dimensions, the Spider Desktop MFP fits in every device.
Various authentication options can be used to print secured or paid documents. Besides reading a contactless card, tag or wristband, there is also the possibility for users to authenticate themselves at the device via a mobile phone using NFC or BLE.
Due to the special bracket, the Spider Pocket can be nicely integrated into HP printers or lockers.
Smart modular design
By developing the special Spider Pocket housing, this RFID reader can be seamlessly integrated in HP devices such as the HIP Pocket 2 type MFPs or without the bracket in the HIP Pocket 1 type MFPs. Because of its housing, the Spider Pocket is also very suitable for installation in lockers.
Any print management solution
The Spider Pocket is compatible with every print management solution. For example, you can use the RFID reader for secure printing of documents. These documents will only be released after a user authenticates himself at the device. The RFID reader can also be used for paid printing using a prepaid credit or a cost centre.
With a Spider RFID reader you can make contactless authentication easy. No pin code or password needs to be entered on the screen of the device. By holding an ID-carrier such as a card, tag or wristband in front of the reader the user is authenticated via RFID. Additionaly, a mobile phone can be used to identify the user via NFC or BLE.