M80 Magnetic strip card reader and writer compatible with MSR206

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 M80, ZCS150, Magnetic strip card reader and writer compatible with MSR206

 

Dimensions : 150(L) x 50(W) x 53(H) mm

 

Smallest card writer in the world! Approx. 0.7kg

 

Magnetic Stripe Card Reader/Writer MSR900 (100% MSR206 Compatible,What msr206 can do,we can do) is designed to offer a card reading/writing solution for ISO formats.

It reads and writes up to 3 tracks of data,decoding/encoding and verifying up to 3 tracks of data
simultaneously. MSR900 Reader/Writer provides a standard USB interface to communicate with host system or other terminal computers

MSR900 is manufactured at our ISO 9001 certified factory and comes with a 1-year warranty.

 

Features
• Reading/Writing magnetic stripe card complied with ISO formats
• Read/Write High & Low Coercive (300~4000Oe)
• High/Low Coercivity encoding circuitry selectable on screen
• Program software for Windows 98/Me/XP/Vista
• Programming software for various read/write performance
• Sequential write function, up to 12 digits (1 up)
• Manual Swipe to read and/or write card with RS-232 /USB output
• Writing and verifying data on single, dual, or triple track in one swipe
• +24VDC, 2.5A Max external power adapter attached (100-240 AC INPUT)
• Dimensions of 150(L) x 50(W) x 53(H) mm
Specification

Specification
Electrical
Power requirements +24VDC +/- 5%
Consumption Typical 350mA Max. 600mA plus for each writing track
Power supply External switching power 24V/2.5A
Communication Standard USB cable

Ripple 50mVp-p or less
Dielectric strength 500 VDC for 1 minute

 

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

Mechanical
Body material ABS 94V-0
Weight Approx. 0.7kg
Dimension 150.1L x 50W x 53H mm
Swipe Manual, single direction

Environments
Operation -10 to 55oC, 10 to 85% humidity
Storage -30 to 70oC, 10 to 90% humidity


Safety Approval
Rating FCC Class B, CE ClassB, UL, cUL ROHS

 

Package including
• MSR900
• Software CD
• Power adaptor
• USB cable
• 1 Clean Card
• 10 black magnetic Stripe card(4000 OE)
• English Manual

 

Our Software(more easy use and more magnetic type)

This machine is 100% Compatible with MSR206, do
exact same quality of reading writing for lower price.
No different in quality or use only the price. This
product uses same software as MSR206
For more detail,please read MSR900 Programmer's Manual.pdf

 

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Q:I need a software for RFID Card Reader.Please Help?
Without knowing the manufacturer of the card reader it's difficult to offer specific information. Suggest you contact the manufacturer by going to their website. Look for a link to customer or tech support. They should have telephone, email, and perhaps live chat available. they might even have a download site for software, drivers, etc. wwbgd
Q:Unable to view photos on an SD card reader?
Well the good thing is that is sounds like the photos are alive and well on your friends computer. The truth is that SD cards aren't that good at transferring information. They are very likely to malfunction. Get your friend to put the files on a portable hard drive or email the photos to you.
Q:computer cannot detect card reader?
First.unplug any USB drives you may have plugged in. Then reboot with the card reader plugged in. See if you see the drive in My Computer. If not go to the control panel and see if it shows up in the Device Manager.
Q:every time i plug my micro sd card into my card reader it wont load on my mac.any suggestions on what i can do?
first of all u will want a micro sd card reader plug that to the computing gadget by a usb cable connect it to the computing gadget.u do not want a cable for ure telephone basically the cardboard reader gadget which have a slot that ought to settle for or suits ure card then basically reproduction and paste from my computing gadget to the computer ure or everywhere contained in the computing gadget.
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:Card readers vs. transferring from camera?
I haven't had this problem, but I know that storage media can act up at times and the best solution is to reformat. However you may very well have something wrong with your card reader or even the way your reader is configured. Things can get corrupted for different reasons. My suggestion would be to try another card and see if the problem still exists, or even wait first to see if the problem re-emerges after your reformatting. Sorry I don't have a definite answer for you, but that's how troubleshooting computer errors goes, by process of elimination.
Q:MircoSD is inside my card reader and now what??
No problem. Two steps: 1. The MP3s should already be on your PC. 2. Once the micro sd card is in your PC, click the Start Button, My Computer. You should see the micro sd card listed as a drive (like Drive E). Copy the MP3s to this drive and you should be in business. If you don't see the Micro SD card listed in My Computer, eject the card and try again. Mike Honeycutt
Q:Media Card Reader -PC Card or USB? Which is faster?
I have used both and personally haven't noticed any difference in speed. I think the only time it might matter is if you are using an older (ie version 1) USB port rather than the faster (version 2) ports that are now standard. I, too, would go for a PC Card just because of the internal part of it, you can just leave it in and not have to worry about losing it or breaking it off on something, etc.
Q:My PS3 Super Slim 500 GB will not recognize my USB card reader!!!?
Some card readers are only compatible with the PC. There's no easy way to know. There's nothing you can do about this, so you're better off getting a USB memory stick or external HDD.
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