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The chip inside the iButton.
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The iButton® is a 16-millimeter computer chip with its own unique ID number enclosed in a stainless steel container. Each chip has its own unique ID number which is unaffected by magnetic fields, metal detectors, water and most common chemicals.
The steel button is rugged enough to withstand harsh outdoor environments and durable enough for a person to carry on their keychain.
You can drop it, step on it, scratch it or wear it swimming. The iButton is wear-tested for 10-year durability and can be reassigned quickly and securely. It is by far the best solution for both manufacturing and office environments.
TimePilot is an authorized iButton developer and sells only authentic iButtons manufactured by "Maxim Integrated, a California-based company. The iButton was invented by Dallas Semiconductor, which was acquired by Maxim in 2001. (That's why iButton model numbers start with "DS.")
In TimePilot's time and attendance systems and its CrossOver Lock systems, the iButton is part of a keyfob that attaches to an employee's keychain. The keyfob and button combination is about the size of a house key.
Model DS1990A iButtons pre-installed in keyfobs come in your choice of 11 colors and in packs of 5, 10, 30, 50, 100 and 200. Click the button below to buy a pack now!
|Pack of 5||$39.50||--|
|Pack of 10||$59||$20 over two 5-packs|
|Pack of 30||$159||$18 over three 10-packs|
|Pack of 50||$249||$46 over five 10-packs|
|Pack of 100||$449||$49 over two 50-packs|
|Pack of 200||$715||$183 over two 100-packs|
A total of 28 iButton models are available. For prices of these iButtons, as well as information on quantity discounts, please contact us. Available models include:
Lots of companies are using the iButton for security, convenience or efficiency. Some examples:
iButton® is a registered trademark of Maxim Integrated Products of Sunnyvale, California.