The Key Copier Platinum allows you to
clone RFID key cards and Fob keys for the common proximity access
card systems used in Australian including HID. You can duplicate
your own swipe keys or provide RFID key card and FOB cloning /
copying services to others. RFID (radio frequency identification)
key cards and fobs use radio waves to wirelessly communicate with
electronic access control systems. Such cards are usually used for
building doors, common area access (pool, barbeque), car parks &
lift access. The most common brand of card is HID.
What you get
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What you get:
Some of the keys that can be copied:
Type A - Cards & Key Fobs that can be copied by the Key Copier Platinum:
Type B - Cards & Key Fobs that can be copied by the Key Copier Platinum:
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Q. I currently have an access proximity card. Can I have a copy made into a key fob instead?
A. Yes, proximity cards & proximity fobs are interchangeable so you can use either a blank key fob or a blank swipe card when you make a copy. Some people prefer a key fob which can be easily kept on your key ring. Other people prefer a card that they keep in their wallet or purse.
Q. How long does it take to clone my key?
A. Once you are familiar with using the device, it usually only takes around 30 seconds per key.
Q. If my original key is deactivated will my clone still work?
A. No. A cloned key carries an exact copy of the data on the original key. If your original key is deactivated, both keys will stop working.
Q. Can you copy every type of access card / fob with the Key Copier Platinum?
A. No. Because of encryption and other variables there are some keys that it cannot clone.
Q. Do I need to be in Sydney?
A. No, we offer Australia wide free shipping so you can purchase this cloner from Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin or from anywhere else in Australia.
Q. Does it copy car keys or push buttons keys?
A. No, it only copies normal access cards / fobs that do not have a button on them. The only exception to this is if you are using a dual format key (eg. a push button garage key that also has a proximity chip inside) and you are only wishing to copy the proximity aspect of the key.