OEM smart card readers
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This is a new product which is a smart card reader used for reading cards to make you more convenient from the ATM/bank.The CHIP support EMV2000 level 1 certification .Through the computer you can use this smart card to read the information of bank card/Credit card /ID card card and so on.The best for your choice!
USB 2.0(full speed) 12Mbps
IC card communication speed
Up to 115,200 bps
Compliant IC card standard
Memory card:Synchronous 2-line,
3-line and I2C Interface
CPU card:Comply with IS07816-1,2,3 T=1 and T=0 proprietary
Win7/Vista/Win XP/2000/ME/98/NT4.0/CE;Linux;Mac OS X
PC/SC compliant,CT-API;Proprietary API
SIM/UIM Card editing software
Support driver standard
ISO7816 Comply,EMV2000 L1 certified
Card acceptor type
User card: Friction type
USB A 120cm
2 LED indicators: green,blur &red
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- Q:What is the product classification of the reader?
- Card reader from the card reader can be divided into two categories, one is 485 card reader, one is Wiegand reader. Wiegand 26 and 34 agreements, these two protocols are conventional agreements.
- Q:Nintendo R4 DS Card Reader?
- you can either use a micro sd card reader or a micro sd card adapter, which slides into a regular sd slot on a computer.
- Q:what card reader do i need for my sony cyber shot?
- What kind of card do you have? Readers can be either specific to one type of card or there are models that take several different cards. If you only have one camera I'd say buy the one specific to your card.
- Q:card reader question please help me?
- yes But phones use that SDHC card, not all readers support that. Be sure you have an adapter for SDHC (you usually get one when you buy the SDHC card). Instructions for specific phone will vary, you must tell (or ask again) telling us which phone you want to load with pics and music. Phones can play music as music and as ringtones. If you want to custom ringtones, you will need special hardware and software, again phone specific.
- Q:CHDK through camera, not card reader?
- If youve installed the Canon drivers and software which came with your camera you may not need the card reader. The Canon software and drivers should let your computer recognize your camera as a drive containing the memory card. You should be able to transfer the CHDK file directly to the card in the camera. I dont know this absolutely because I havent done it. It wouldnt hurt anything to try. You could test the idea first by trying to transfer an image file from your computer to your camera.
- Q:Info about SIM card readers?
- Text messages are not stored on the SIM card so there is no such possibility
- Q:What is a 9 in 1 USB Card Reader?
- It is a device for reading 9 kinds of memory card (of the types that are used in, for example, digital cameras) that connects to a computer using a USB socket.
- Q:i have a 15 card reader on my hp computer with vista and it will not work?
- If the card-reader is built-in to your computer, Windows probably still sees it as an external device. When you safely removed or ejected the other device it is possible the Windows disabled your card reader so it could be safely removed (even if it's internal). If it is an external reader, try unplugging it and plugging it back in. If it is an internal reader, try rebooting your computer.
- Q:is a card reader the same as the adapter?
- An adapter can be a USB plug-in or something that mounts in the case. A card reader is the part of the adapter that the card slides into. (There can be a few card readers in one adapter.) Different manufacturers use the words differently. Just see that the device you're looking to buy will do what you want. Portable if you want, or internal mount if you want, and will handle the kind of cards you have (SD, microSD, etc.)
- Q:cant get my memory card reader to work?
- You don't say which operating system you're using on your computer so I'm afraid you'll have to take a look on the following site. Edit: I've just had a look for drivers for both operating systems, but I can't see anything that relates specifically to your memory card reader, though it might come under HP Multimedia Keyboard/Mouse Driver Update. Sorry I couldn't be of any real help.
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