|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen, CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||500pcs|
|Packaging Details:||200pcs/box,2000pcs/carton,10000pcs 63KG|
|Delivery Time:||7-15 Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Paypal,Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||1000,000pcs per month|
|Brand Name:||A.N.G||Item Type:||High Sensitive IButton Probe|
|Application:||Communications And Telecom||Work Enviroment:||Residential, Commercial And Lightly Industrial|
|Working Temperature:||-40 ºC Do +85 ºC||Material:||Chrome Plated, Stainless Steel|
|Wires:||White – 1 Wire Signal Brown - GND||Key Features:||High Sensitive, Chrome Plated And Durable|
High sensitive iButton Probe / iButton Reader for communications and Telecom
This iButton probes are simple and easy to use. The probe offers the abilities and durability of the other probes at a small cost and easy handling. Coming with standard features and added tactical feedback, the probe is a great tool for hand-held devices reading iButtons that are stationary or free.
This iButton probe provides the electrical contact necessary for the transfer of data to and from the DS19xx family of iButtons. The round probe shape provides a self-aligning interface that readily matches the circular rim of the iButton’s MicroCan package. Metal contacts resist wear and are easy to keep clean. This type of probe is best suited for designs where the iButton is brought into contact with the reader.
What is Ibutton?
An iButton is a microchip similar to those used in a smart card but housed in a round stainless steel button of 17.35mm x 3.1mm - 5.89mm in size (depending on the function). The iButton was invented and is still manufactured exclusively by Dallas Semiconductor mainly for applications in harsh and demanding environments.
Like a smart card, an iButton does not have an internal power source. It requires connection to a reader (known as a Blue Dot Receptor) in order to be supplied with power and to receive input and send output. Unlike some smart cards, there are currently no contactless iButtons: they require physical contact with a reader to function.
There are iButtons that measure temperature (for food storage and transport); have an electronic ID (for physical access to buildings); and store e-cash (for purchases both in stores and via the web). For e-commerce applications, the iButton can support JavaCard 2.0/OpenCard standards in addition to proprietary software.
iButtons have an advantage over conventional smart cards in term of durability and longevity. The stainless steel casing gives iButton a far greater ability to survive in a range of temperatures -- all versions are functional from -40 C to +70 C -- and in a much harsher range of environments (such as exposure to salt water and long term exposure to physical impacts) than the plastic smart card. For e-commerce and personal ID usage, iButtons can be mounted on a range of personal accessories: watch, ring, key chain, or dog tag.
Among the major successes for the iButton have been its use in Turkey as an e-purse for the mass transit system; in Argentina and Brazil for parking meters; and in the United States as Blue Mailbox attachments that improve postal efficiency.
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