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Single USB2.0 Smart/ATM Card Reader C292
support the ISO 7816-3, T=0 or T=1 protocols CPU-based smart cards.
Complies with PC/SC Version 1.0/2.0 standard and officially approved by Microsoft.
Provided for many popular memory cards including: 4404, 4428, 4442 and I2C memory cards.
The Smart Card Reader IC is compliant with EMV 4.1 specification.
Provide to online bank transaction, online shopping w/credit card.
Smart Card: Windows 2003/ XP/ Vista
* For Smart Card driver, please install the CD software.
Installation the smart card editor software
Open the smart card reader cover and plug in the card
Move USB cover and plug-in the reader to PC
Body Dimention: 84 x 65 x 25 mm
Body Weight: 122 g
|Host Interface||USB 2.0 CCID 1 (also compliant with USB 1.1)|
|Transmission Speed||12 Mbps (USB 2.0 full speed)|
|Power Supply||Bus powered|
|Smart Card Interface|
|Standards||ISO 7816 & EMV 2 2000 Level 1|
|2-wire: SLE 4432/42 (S=10),|
|3-wire: SLE 4418/28 (S=9),|
|I 2 C (S=8)|
|Card Size||ID-1 (full-size)|
|Smart Card Interface Speed||420 Kbps (when supported by card)|
|Smart Card clock frequency||Up to 5 MHZ|
|Supported card types||5V, 3V and 1.8V Smart Cards|
|ISO 7816 Class A, AB and C|
|Power to Smart Card||60 mA|
|Status Indicator||Dual color LED|
|Customer specific logo or label||On request|
|Customer specific colors||On request|
|PC/SC Driver Support|
|Windows ® 98 / ME, 200 / XP (32bit), 2003 Server|
|Windows ® CE 5.0 (depending on hardware)|
|Windows ® Vista (32bit / 64bit)|
|Demensions (L x W x H)||84 x 65 x 25 mm|
|Operating temperature||0 º -55 º C / 32-131 º F|
|Operating humidity||10-90% rH|
|Connector cable||100 cm / 70.9"|
|Meantime between failure (MTBF)||500.000 hours|
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