The MIFARE Ultralight EV1 MF0ULx1 to be used within a contactless smart ticket, smart card or token along with a Proximity Coupling Device (PCD). The MF0ULx1 was created to are employed in an ISO/IEC 14443 Type A compliant environment. Easy integration into existing infrastructures is accomplished from the compatibility with all MIFARE-based systems. NXP%u2019s integrated C originality check feature provides effective protection against cloning so it helps to stop the application of counterfeit tickets.
The modern popular features of MIFARE Ultralight EV1 such as three independent 24 bit one-way counters are enabling transport operators to integrate flexible ticket tariff schemes through enhancing trip counting, reloading, limited stored values and expiry date management.
One application example is the use of multiple counters for any zone- or mileage-based tariff scheme in the check-in / check-out system. Another application will be the smart blend of trip- and reload-counting. Furthermore, a new 32-bit password protects data from being accessed without authorization. The NXP originality signature enables vendor verification of each one single IC this contributes to a more reliable system and allows transport operators to spot and reject tickets that are not capable of be employed in the precise application.
Feature and benefit:
-Contactless transmission of information and supply energy
-Operating distance up to 100 mm based on antenna geometry and reader configuration
-Operating frequency of 13.56 MHz %uF06E Data of 106 kbit/s
- Data integrity of 16-bit CRC, parity, bit coding, bit counting
-7 byte serial number (cascade level 2 according to ISO/IEC 14443-3)
-Typical ticketing transaction: < 35 ms
-Fast counter transaction: < 10 ms
-Dimension: 85.60 x 53.98mm (credit card size ,CR80)
-Thickness : 0.84+-0.02mm
-Card surface: Matt/Glossy finish
-Material : PVC, PET, ABS, PET-G, Paper
-Magnetic stripe: 2750oe hico ,4000oe hico , loco
-Numbering: thermal number, UV number, jet dot number, laser number
Mifare Ultralight-C card, Mifare Classic card, NFC tags, NFC card
Standard : ISO7810 to 7816 Compliance
-Electronic ticketing in public transport
Could be the Ultralight EV1 suitable for the Ultralight ?
Yes. With no. For all normal use cases the Ultralight EV1 can be used rather than the Ultralight so that the performance along with other benefits may be realised. The typical memory configuration and UID structure is similar for both - although the EV1 has additional memory blocks for the password protection, counter and the like. In every case where we percieve, these additional memory locations do not hinder function and for that reason direct drop-in replacement may be possible. However...