Single USB2.0 Smart/ATM Card Reader C292

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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.


System Requirements

Smart Card: Windows 2003/ XP/ Vista


* For Smart Card driver, please install the CD software.


Hardware Installation

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


IC   ControllerAU9520
Host Interface 
Host InterfaceUSB   2.0 CCID 1 (also compliant with USB 1.1)
Transmission Speed12   Mbps (USB 2.0 full speed)
Power SupplyBus   powered
Smart Card Interface 
StandardsISO   7816 & EMV 2 2000 Level 1
ProtocolsT=0,   T=1,
2-wire: SLE 4432/42 (S=10),
3-wire: SLE 4418/28 (S=9),
I 2 C (S=8)
Card SizeID-1   (full-size)
Smart Card Interface Speed420   Kbps (when supported by card)
Smart Card clock frequencyUp   to 5 MHZ
Supported card types5V,   3V and 1.8V Smart Cards
ISO 7816 Class A, AB and C
Power to Smart Card60   mA
Other Features 
Status IndicatorDual   color LED
Customer specific logo or labelOn   request
Customer specific colorsOn   request
PC/SC Driver Support 
Windows ® 98 / ME, 200 / XP (32bit), 2003 Server
Windows ® CE 5.0 (depending on hardware)
Windows ® Vista (32bit / 64bit) 
Linux ® 
Hardware Specifications 
Demensions (L x W x H)84 x   65 x 25 mm
Operating temperature0   º -55 º C / 32-131 º F
Operating humidity10-90%   rH
Connector cable100   cm / 70.9"
Durability100.000   insertions
Meantime between failure (MTBF)500.000   hours



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Q:What is the history of the card reader?
so the acquisition of 1G or higher flash has become our standard configuration, but if we want to copy the MP3 songs to flash, then only through MP3 Device to carry out, and this time we need a dedicated connection, driver and software to complete,
Q:how to disable keyboard input and accept only inputs from magnetic swipe card reader?
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Um, computers don't normally have credit card readers so where exactly did you put your credit card? I'm guessing you either put it in the CD-ROM slot or possibly an ExpressCard slot. The ExpressCard slot isn't all that deep so you should be able to get it out, but if you put it in your CD slot that's a whole different problem. Honestly I'm not sure how you would get that out without totally taking the drive apart or risk damaging it by putting things in to get the card out.
A computer can see any size card,,,,,,only phones and other small equipment is limited to 2gb because it is written with bit and not sector,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Did you format the card,,if you did it might not see it now,,,,,,,,
Q:is this tarot card reader genuine?
like it or not this is real help this tarot card reader can not tell you what is in the future, he/she can guess, they can extrapolate but the truth is they have no more ability to see into the future than you or me its your life there are no easy get out clauses you have to choose your path as we all do by all means take advice but you have to make up your own mind about what you should do anything else is just a cop out
Q:I need to find a driver for my card reader!?
Did you try and contact the seller on E Bay for the name of the company. Tell the seller the issue so you can get the driver. Trying to find one that works would be like a needle in a hay stack, finding one with the same type cards that it takes in all. Good luck.
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Q:Mobile phone charger bad how to do?
General to buy the phone when the quality will not pay attention to gifts, donated the charger they do not warranty.
Q:My Acer AM5100 wont recognize the 9 in one card reader?
Go to: Control Panel(in classic view)---System in one of the tabs there is a button that says something like 'Hardware Manager' Click on it and find the card reader in there(make sure it is connected) and uninstall the driver for it by right clicking it and selecting 'uninstall driver'. restart your computer, go back to the hardware manager and find the card reader again. and select 'install driver'. and you should be good. just make sure to restart again keep in mind, that im not exactly in windows right now so this could be a *tiny bit off because i cant exactly verify every step, but it should be something along those lines.
Q:how do i put pics from my comp to my memory card?
If you can copy the pics from your camera to the computer, you can do the reverse too anytime. It is best to do this process in Windows Explorer (My Computer) with your camera connected to your computer through a USB cable.

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