Smaller magnetic stripe card reader

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   wireless magnetic stripe card reader
KS-YD 400 series of magnetic card readers are able to read full range of magnetic stripes
which are compliant with ISO standards, including track 1, 2, 3. They are widely used in many
business lines including but not limited to POS, banking, access control, attendance, loyalty
management and medical insurance etc…
Character and Specification:
1. Support two-way manual
2. In compliant with ISO 7811, AAMVA and CA DMV.
3. Magnetic head life (Headlife):> 300,000 times
4. Power supply: USB, RS232, PS/2 interface
5. Pocket-Size: L170*W44*H42.
6. Weight: 450g
7. Work (Operation): -20°C~50°C 20~90%RH
Memory (Storage):-30°C~70°C<95%RH


KS-YD400 series Product List:

Product NameProduct ModelSpecificationInterfaceStandard size
Magnetic card
Reader only
KS-YD442Track 2USB L170*W44*H42
KS-YD443Track 1,2USB 
KS-YD446Track 2,3USB 
KS-YD447Track 1,2 ,3USB 
Magnetic card
Reader only
KS-YD432Track 2PS/2L170*W44*H42
KS-YD433Track 1,2PS/2
KS-YD436Track 2,3PS/2
KS-YD437Track 1,2 ,3PS/2
Magnetic card
Reader only
KS-YD412Track 2RS232L170*W44*H42
KS-YD413Track 1,2RS232
KS-YD416Track 2,3RS232
KS-YD417Track 1,2 ,3RS232


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Q:how do i upload my pictures to my computer w/o a card reader?
uncertain which one is right:- a) Your pc has a card reader and you should load image onto the memory card and then upload on your pc that would not have a card reader or b) Your pc has a card reader and you should load image onto a USB flash stress and then upload them to a pc no rely if that's a), then your pc ought to have a exterior USB card reader; in any different case, there is not any thank you to function the photos. an exterior USB card reader is very inexpensive in recent times no rely if that's b), then you certainly only get carry of your image to the USB flash stress and then upload on your pc, presented your pc has USB port additionally that would settle for the USB flash stress.
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Just unplug the keyboard. Then plug it back in when you need it. That is, unless the swipe reader is built into the keyboard, then you need to read the users manual.
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i could attempt to run yet another SD card to work out if this is the cardboard it is not being examine. you may additionally run the kind interior the residing house windows 7 Compatibility center and notice if the driving force desires to be as much as date. you in addition to could ought to evaluate that it must be a hardware concern. -- Ryan residing house windows Outreach team
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1, you can use the rubber chuck under the metal;
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I just pick a cheap one, named ones are mainly just rebadged versions of the noname chinese readers. IT doesn't matter all that much, only some really expensive readers are noticeable different.
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I use a card reader. It's a thing that you put the memory card into and then it has a USB plug on it that you plug into your computer. A USB cable is kinda the same. One end plugs into the camera and one end plugs into the computer. I don't think it matters which one you use. Try reading the papers and stuff that came with your camera.
Q:Dynex memory card reader not working.?
If you are using WindowsXP: Go to StartControl PanelSystem and click on the Hardware Tab Click on Device Manager When the device tree opens up, right click on your computer name (top icon) and select Scan for hardware changes Your memory card reader should now appear under disk drives and should now appear on your Windows Explorer screen under My Computer Hope that helps.
Q:How can you download pics from a camera using a card reader instead of a usb Cable?
Open My Computer and plug in the card reader, a number of new drives with an associated Drive Letter will appear, one for each slot on the reader. Put your card in the reader and click on the new drives in turn all will show an error screen (no media or something similar) except one which will open the folder on the card, remember the drive letter as thats the one that you will need to use in the future. Then its the same drag and drop as before. Chris
Q:which of these card readers is any good?
Your cost depends on the format you want to read cards, and how many very different cards you want to give it -- however, this often doesn't matter, as it's dog *** cheap either way. But, you DO need to make sure your card is among them, but it's pretty unlikely it isn't. But, if you need a SINGLE device to provide acess to over a dozen (different format) cards that you need to insert in that divice, that is a significant part of it's cost. If you're need it for that To insert a plethoria of different memory cards, from rare to common. After that, cost only has to do with interface (or transfer rate) Such as, do you desire a PCMCIA interface, USB interface (external thing hanging off laptop) and do you care about how long it takes that USB interfance to take to copy, assuming your laptop fits specifications. Time, in this case (transfer rates) usually isn't a big deal in this case, unless you are transferring a lot of cards to the laptop. But it is a big part of cost. For a single 512 mb filled card, you're talking like, 50 seconds vs 10 seconds. 1 card, no big deal, but if you plan on taking dozens/hundreds of cards to that laptop, then it's a concern. This is where USB 1.0/2.0 (and laptop) and PCMCIA comes into concern. (The interface/transfer rate) Memory card readers are just really cheap. The other ones have added features that make them expensive -- like the interface (PCMCIA) transfer rates, and allowing a single device to accept a multitude of different cards. It this a necessity? To answer your question more precisely, Good here just means what your needs are. If it fits your style memory card, then it'll do it. One can't do it better. It can do it faster, or a different one, or be cosmetically different but just goes back to what your needs are. As far as brands/etc that's nonsense difference. (Often they even use the exact same chipsets too)

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