Magnetic Swipe Card Reader and Writer MSR606

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Introduction

Magnetic Swipe Card Reader/Writer MSR206 is designed to offer a card reading/writing solution for ISO 7811/1~6 formats. It reads and writes up to 3 tracks of data, e.g. decoding/encoding and verifying up to 3 tracks of data simultaneously. Also, MSR206 Reader/Writer provides a standard interface to communicate with host system or other terminal computers. That will attractively complement an existing system.

Features

MSR206USB has Original Manufacturer USB cable (Not an adapter)
Reading/Writing magnetic stripe card complied with ISO 7811/1~6 formats
Read Low & High Coercive force of magnetic stripe (300~4000Oe)
Low Coercivity encoding circuitry selectable on screen
Writing and then verifying data on single, dual, or triple track in one swipe
Program software for Windows 98/Me/XP
Programming software for various read/write performance
Manual Swipe to read or write card with output
Programmable leading bit, raw data, DMV/AAMVA, and user defined format
5~35ips operational swipe speed of writing data
5~55ips operational swipe speed of reading data
+24VDC+/-10%, 2.0A Max., external power adapter attached
Good size with dimensions of 210(L) x 60(W) x 65(H) mm
CE, FCC, UL, cUL certified Reading/Writing magnetic stripe card complied with ISO 7811/1~6 formats
Read/Write High & Low Coercive force of magnetic stripe (300~4000Oe)
High/Low Coercivity encoding circuitry selectable on screen
Program software for Windows 98/Me/XP
Programming software for various read/write performance
Programmable leading bit, raw data, DMV/AAMVA, and user defined forma
Manual Swipe to read and/or write card with output
Writing and verifying data on single, dual, or triple track in one swipe
5~35ips operational swipe speed of writing data
5~55ips operational swipe speed of reading data
+24VDC+/-10%, 2.0A Max., external power adapter attached
Good size with dimensions of 210(L) x 60(W) x 65(H) mm
CE, FCC, UL, cUL certified

  

Performance

Read card
Track1
Track2
Track3

Bit per density
210 bpi
75/210bpi
210 bpi

Coercive force
Read/write 300-4000 oe Mag.card

Card thickness
0.76-1.2mm

Read speed
STD card
Jitter +/-15%
Amp. 60%
5-55ips
5-50ips
5-50ips

Write speed
5-30ips

Write jitter
Interval < +/- 10%, Sub-interval < +/- 12%

Error rate
Read < 0.5%
Write < 0.8%

Head life
Min. 1000K swipes for both read/write head

Specifications

Electrical

Power requirements
+24VDC +/- 5%

Consumption
Typical 350mA Max. 600mA plus for each writing track

Power supply
External switching power 24V/2.2A

Communication
Standard signal level

Ripple
50mVp-p or less

Dielectric strength
500 VDC for 1 minute

 

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Your card reader is most likely on a USB port. Windows will have assigned it a drive letter. Using Explorer or My Computer, all you have to do is log on to that drive. Explorer will open it and show the files. You can then view them right on the card reader drive or move them to, say, my pictures or what ever folder you want to put them in. Point of general information: I recommend that everyone put a short cut to Explorer on their desk top. It makes file searching and maneuvering a lot easier. Just right click anywhere on the desk top, pick make shortcut use browse to find explorer.exe in the windows folder. Click OK etc. and then rename the file just Explorer (don't need the exe on the end).
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It doesn't have a built in card slot to read memory sticks but you can buy a 6 in 1 card reader that will plug into the USB port and it will do the same thing so the 40GB version is better value for money as all it has is extra memory.
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Did the Merkury memory card reader come with a driver DVD or a software CD? If so, that DVD or CD software needs to be installed. Also, make sure you install the proper driver. If you have Windows 7 32-bit, install the 32-bit drivers, if you have windows 7 64-bit, install the 64-bit drivers. If the memory card reader didn't come with software, you really need to call up the company and get drivers or search for drivers on their website. Windows 7 is not recognizing the memory card reader most likely due to lack of installed drivers.
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That might be a limitation of the reader. My laptop can read various types of cards, but only shows one drive. But, I've seen PCs with multiple card readers where each opening is it's own drive letter in Windows. If you only have one drive letter showing up, I think you might be stuck. You'll have to copy files to the hard drive and swap the cards.

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