Keysy allows the user to copy up to four low frequency (125kHz) RFID keycards/keyfobs which can then be emulated when placed in front of a RFID door reader.
In addition, Keysy has the ability to clone any previously read keycard/keyfob onto the included blank rewritable keyfob. (Additional keyfobs sold separately)
What is 125kHz RFID?
125kHz RFID refers to keycards/keyfobs that need to be held less than 10cm from the RFID reader. Typically found in HOA communities, office buildings, swimming pools, schools, gyms and elevators of condos, parking garages, and apartment complexes.
Keysy replicates the following 125kHz RFID keycards/keyfobs with a 98%+ success rate
HID Prox (Proxcard, ISOProx, ProxKey) (Emulation not supported on multiClass readers, can still clone to rewritable)
HID Indala (Motorola Indala)
EM400x, EM410x - Noralsy (KCP3000)
Keri (KC-10X, MT-10X, PKT-10X)
DoorKing (DKProx) [Not DKProx Long Range]
AWID (Low frequency only – CS-AWID, GR-AWID, KT-AWID, PW-AWID) (Emulation not supported, can still clone to rewritable)