I have a 2016 ring which will not work with my Samsung SHS-D500
The specs in the locks manual say it will register anything compliant to ISO 14443 Type A
Which is the same standard as the NFC ring.
It's strange as i've had no trouble registering it with a Yale 3109 and Samsung SHS-3321
Anyone able to shed some light on why this might be?
Confirmed working by johnyma22 in previous post.
You would need to program your NFC ring tag ID onto the system before the door lock would recognise it.
All NFC rings have two tags embedded which will be able to be used with Salto
Hi, I understand MIFARE cylinders and NTAG chips used in NFC rings share the same NFC frequency (13.56 MHz) and the same ISO/IEC 14443 standard. I don't understand the limitation, especially as NFC ring say in their FAQ:
"All door locks with NFC (ISO14443) should work fine."
So maybe the cylinder you bought is not ISO-14443 compliant?
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It may not necessarily work, because even if it uses the same ISO standard and frequency it really depends on how the door reads the storage.
Here is a reference to an old post from 3 years ago for a similar situation you're facing: https://forum.nfcring.com/topic/76/samsung-shs-2920-does-not-work/16
In short, the door may read the M1 card but not NTAG203 that is used in the ring.
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