Other brand’s dual-frequency cards might require you to enroll 2 different numbers for UHF and Mifare. This is because each chipset carries a different number. Imagine you need to enter 2 times when enrolling these cards into the access control system. For 3000 thousand cards, this is a lot of “DOUBLE” work. Access control event report will also show 2 card numbers for the same user. This is very confusing and makes it harder to track the activity of users.
CDUM133L UHF (Anti clone) and MIFARE is using the same number as printed on the card. Meaning that you only need to enroll 1 number into the access control system and it will work for both UHF and Mifare readers. This saves you a lot of time. Only 1 card number for each user will appear in the access event report. This makes it easier to review the access control event report.
Note: Please take note that the printed card number may not in sequence.