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Third-party NFC credentials

Please find the supported third-party NFC card types below. Kisi only supports NFC cards in unique (UID) mode and not random ID (RID) mode. For any card formats not listed above, please contact Kisi Support.

MIFARE

  • MIFARE Mini
  • MIFARE Classic 1k
  • MIFARE Classic 4k
  • MIFARE Classic 4k - emulated (6212 Classic)
  • MIFARE Classic 4k - emulated (6131 NFC)
  • MIFARE Plus S
  • MIFARE Plus X
  • MIFARE Ultralight
  • MIFARE DESFire
  • MIFARE DESFire EV1
  • MIFARE DESFire EV2

NTAG

  • NTAG Series (213 / 215 / 216)

JCOP

  • JCOP31
  • JCOP31 v2.4.1
  • JCOP41 v2.2
  • JCOP41 v2.3.1

Other

  • MPCOS
  • Jewel
  • TOPAZ 512
  • FM1108
  • ST25TA

Assigning third-party NFC cards to work with Kisi

Kisi organization administrators can choose between two methods to assign third-party NFC credentials to work with Kisi.

After enabling the Enrollment Mode on the reader, you can scan and assign any of the supported third-party NFC credentials at your Kisi Reader.

After enabling NFC on your Android device, you can scan and assign any of the supported third-party NFC credentials with your Kisi Android app.

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Not sure what NFC and RFID stand for? Read our concept article to learn about the differences between NFC and RFID credentials.