Communication Protocols

The phg products speak many languages with the connected periphery: Under consideration of the standard protocols (LEGIC, hitag, Mifare DESFire EV1, µem, SAGEM MoRPHOSMART CMB, mifare, IP65, 125 kHz, LEGIC advant 4000, Fingerprint, ISO 14443, ISO 15693, RFID read/write, VdS, Ex) we offer a great variety of protocols.

Beyond that we offer our own protocol phg_crypt as open standard. But customer-specific standards are not a problem for the phg hardware either - we like to speak our customers’ languages.

phg_crypt - the Perfect Dose Security

From selecting the proper read technology and the special know-how for setting up the data structure to design development - we deliver the secure component solution with a distinctive look. And with phg_crypt phg has developed a standard protocol to keep the communication between the write/read components and the host in a secure encrypted way.

The desired security steps can be individually implemented by the system integrator according to their requirements. In the phg_crypt protocol the functions of the current phg product spectrum are supported. If you use a pure RFID reader today and want to add a motor-driven reader later: phg_crypt already knows the special parameters and commands.

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One communication protocol - a variety of different readers

On one platform you connect readers for a variety of applications. The variety of phg gives you every freedom on a unified protocol basis.

Customer-specific Protocols

Our hardware is designed to work trouble-free with customer-specific firmware and the corresponding protocols. Numerous solutions for all kinds of partners prove this every day.


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