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Secure Badge Holder BloxProx ™ Lite Portrait
(IDSH5004-001B) Product Specs
- 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
- ID Stronghold Secure Badgeholder® Brand
- Light and compact
- Available in nine (9) colors
- Made of super-strong co-polyester for extended performance
- Molded and assembled in the USA
- Dimensions: 4” x 2-3/4”
- Holds one ISO7810 ID-1 form-factor contactless Smart Card
- Shields ISO 14443/15693 and EPC Gen 1/Gen 2 contactless smart cards and RFID tags with chips at 13.56Mhz.
- Shields 125 Khz prox cards. Includes: ProxCard II, ISOProx II, DuoProx II, Smart ISOProx II, Smart DuoProxII, ProxCard Plus
- Blocks RFID chips in cards from being read without permission
- Ergonomic design allows the user to present card to reader w/one hand without removing the card
- Users can easily insert and remove the card from holder with one hand
- The vertical badge holder holds one ISO7810 ID-1 form-factor contactless smart card
BloxProx Lite - The vertical ID badge holder provides protection for Prox 125Khz Access and ID cards, as well as 13.56Mhz in a compact size. Before now, blocking 125Khz was almost impossible. But now with the secure ID badge holder, 125Khz CAN be protected and buildings secured as never before. Secure your buildings now, protect your employees, plans, and inventories from smart industrial thieves or disgruntled employees.
Holds and protects cards like: Older "prox" cards, HID 125 Khz, ProxCard II, ISOProx II, DuoProx II, Smart ISOProx II, Smart DuoProx II, ProxCard Plus. As well as 13.56 mhz and above cards such as iClass, DESFire, Mifare, PIV, CAC, and dual-frequency Prox compatible cards.
Does NOT Protect: Indala FlexISO, FLexCard, FLex Tag
HID Clam Shell Cards (thicker, beveled edge).
If your access card 'feels' thicker than a regular credit card, and has beveled edges, you may have a 'clam shell' access card. Call for details on how to protect that card.
*125Khz cards are incredibly hard to block due to their low-frequency range. Our new technology will provide protection in almost every daily use of the card and badge holders. If the card and badge holder in its protective position, were presented to a reader and held 'on the reader' for an extended period of time, a read MAY be made, but the likelihood is slim. However, readers vary greatly and there may be a stray occurrence with an extended presentation to the reader, even in the optimum protective state.
About Our ID Badge Holders
An RFID-blocking badge holder is a good idea if you carry any kind of access card to get into your workplace. But how do you know whether a certain product really protects your identification, and which badge holder is best? One simple way to ensure you get proper protection is to look for products that meet the GSA’s FIPS 201 standards. The GSA, or General Services Administration, is a government agency that provides support to a variety of other federal agencies. Their FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) standards outline requirements for government IDs, such as badges, to maintain the security of government information and property. If your badge holder meets FIPS requirements, it’s safe enough for government employees who have secret security clearances. So you can be confident that it’s adequate for your workplace access card.
What badge holders meet the GSA’s FIPS standards?
All ID Stronghold badge holders are FIPS 201 approved. In fact, no other manufacturer provides more RFID-blocking badge holders to the U.S. government than ID Stronghold.
What other qualities should I look for in an RFID badge holder?
Security is the main concern with RFID-blocking technology, but it’s not the only thing that matters. A good badge holder also ensures that your access card works when you need it, and does so in a way that’s convenient.
An open face is another must-have. With some products, your badge/identification is inside or behind a clear plastic covering. This can be problematic in a couple of ways. First, dust and dirt can coat the plastic, obscuring the face of the card. An RFID scanner will still be able to read your badge, but security officers won’t be. If your employer needs to verify your identity with a visual inspection, you’ll have to take the badge out of the holder. An open face prevents this kind of hassle. The second reason to get an open face holder is that some organizations actually don’t permit you to enter their facilities unless they can see your badge directly. That means no plastic cover of any kind between a security officer’s eyes and your identification. It’s similar to state laws that require you to remove your driver’s license so a cashier can look at it directly before selling you alcohol. It might seem silly, but it allows security personnel to closely scrutinize IDs and more easily spot fakes.
You may want to consider a few other features when shopping for an RFID badge holder. The first is material. A strong, hard plastic is best. ID Stronghold badge holders are made of durable polycarbonate. Cheap products use polystyrene, which is thinner and much more brittle.
Also, look for a top-loading badge holder vs bottom-loading, this will prevent your ID from falling out whenever you need to open the holder. Finally, a good product has a strong attachment point. Breaking the lanyard away from the badge holder should require a lot of force—more than you’ll put on it during everyday use.
ID Stronghold badge holders have you covered.
Like many of the best products, ID Stronghold badge holders are designed and assembled in the U.S.A. Excellent materials, convenient card access, an open face design, and FIPS approval mean that an ID Stronghold badge holder is a great choice.
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