Can't figure that one out. A piece of aluminum foil keeps my office key and
bus pass separated just fine.
Phil Ethier West Side Saint Paul Minnesota USA
1973 Triumph Stag LE22439UBW "uncle jack", Sapphire Blue
2004 Suburban 8.1, Sport Red, the only automatic of the bunch
2005 Lotus Elise, Bordeaux Red Pearl
2007 Saturn Ion 3 2.4, Berry Red
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> Subject: [Shop-talk] Toughest EE question ever asked here.
> OK, it's a stretch to say this is shop related, but IF I can get it to
> work, it will be lots of 'cred' for me at work! 8>)
> I work at a building that requires proximity cards at just about every
> door. That means lots of swiping all day long. Of course everyone
> their card around their neck or on little pull chains. I put mine in
> The system we have is made by http://www.amerisys.com/
> Here is the question. I would love to be able to put my card in my
> phone case and just use that to swipe the readers. Problem...
> The phone interferes with the reader's ability to read the card. In
> if I put a piece of aluminum foil behind the card (and my phone is no
> where near it), the reader can't read it.
> I've also tried a product like this
> But if I have that *behind* the card (meaning not between the card and
> reader) it still doesn't read the card.
> So, to the question, What can I put between my cell phone and card to
> the card reader still see the card? It needs to be thin.
> If someone can get me the answer, I'll make a donation to
> in their name!
> I know there are EE's out there that can answer this.
> Eric P