Magnetic Swipe Card Reader and Writer MSR606

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Introduction

Magnetic Swipe Card Reader/Writer MSR206 is designed to offer a card reading/writing solution for ISO 7811/1~6 formats. It reads and writes up to 3 tracks of data, e.g. decoding/encoding and verifying up to 3 tracks of data simultaneously. Also, MSR206 Reader/Writer provides a standard interface to communicate with host system or other terminal computers. That will attractively complement an existing system.

Features

MSR206USB has Original Manufacturer USB cable (Not an adapter)
Reading/Writing magnetic stripe card complied with ISO 7811/1~6 formats
Read Low & High Coercive force of magnetic stripe (300~4000Oe)
Low Coercivity encoding circuitry selectable on screen
Writing and then verifying data on single, dual, or triple track in one swipe
Program software for Windows 98/Me/XP
Programming software for various read/write performance
Manual Swipe to read or write card with output
Programmable leading bit, raw data, DMV/AAMVA, and user defined format
5~35ips operational swipe speed of writing data
5~55ips operational swipe speed of reading data
+24VDC+/-10%, 2.0A Max., external power adapter attached
Good size with dimensions of 210(L) x 60(W) x 65(H) mm
CE, FCC, UL, cUL certified Reading/Writing magnetic stripe card complied with ISO 7811/1~6 formats
Read/Write High & Low Coercive force of magnetic stripe (300~4000Oe)
High/Low Coercivity encoding circuitry selectable on screen
Program software for Windows 98/Me/XP
Programming software for various read/write performance
Programmable leading bit, raw data, DMV/AAMVA, and user defined forma
Manual Swipe to read and/or write card with output
Writing and verifying data on single, dual, or triple track in one swipe
5~35ips operational swipe speed of writing data
5~55ips operational swipe speed of reading data
+24VDC+/-10%, 2.0A Max., external power adapter attached
Good size with dimensions of 210(L) x 60(W) x 65(H) mm
CE, FCC, UL, cUL certified

  

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

Specifications

Electrical

Power requirements
+24VDC +/- 5%

Consumption
Typical 350mA Max. 600mA plus for each writing track

Power supply
External switching power 24V/2.2A

Communication
Standard signal level

Ripple
50mVp-p or less

Dielectric strength
500 VDC for 1 minute

 

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Q:I have an Apple PC. Just purchased a Dynex memory card reader plug n play usb 2.0. Nothing is happening. What?
From their manual: Question 2: How do I set up my card reader on a Mac? 1. Plug the small end of the included USB cable into the card reader and the other end into an available USB port on your Mac. 2. Insert a card into the appropriate slot. The green LED lights and a new icon appears on the desktop. Caution: Cards must be inserted into the correct slot and label side up; otherwise, you may damage the card and/or the slot. 3. Double-click the new icon to access the data on the memory card.
Q:how to use a multi card reader to put songs on it?
1) just put ur sd card in multicard reader SD slot 2) Connect u r multi card reader to computer 3) Drag drop or copy paste the music/data u want in u r card 4) remove the reader and ur SD card from the reader. 5) Put ur sd card in the mobile, n u will have u r music.
Q:How do I upload pix from the card reader to my PC??
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Q:I have a little memory card reader - it comes in handy when traveling?
It can be infected if the file was saved onto it, or if the virus is intelligent enough to save a part of itself on there, but in most cases memory cards are not affected unless you actually save an infected file onto it, which it sounds like you did. Basically your memory card is a small hard drive, so you can plug it into a port on your computer (if you have an appropriate card reader port on it) and have Norton scan it and clean off anything it finds.
Q:What is the reason why the charger is designed for folding?
Saving storage space, I was Shenzhen Liananda of charger manufacturers.
Q:I have Acer Aspire 5580 laptop, and I have no clue to use the 5 in 1 card reader. Plz help me.?
It should be as simple as inserting the card and Windows will pop up a window asking what you want to do. Choose view files and there ya go. Please be aware that this card reader cannot read cards larger than 1GB. There are no driver or firmware updates to correct this as it is a limitation of the hardware.
Q:I have a Sony Cybershot and lost the USB cable. My card reader doesn't have a slot for the memory stck Pro Duo
You have several options to solve this problem. First you could go to a electronics store (best buy) etc and ask for a compatible usb cord or firewire for your cybershot camera. since i don't know what type of cybershot it is, i don't know the exact cord. But it should take a 5 or 4 pin usb connector. Should be around 10-15 dollars. You could by an external memory card reader for your pc. This would cost 20-30 dollars but you also would have extra slots for more options using other memory cards too. Or you could simply find another sony product which can connect your memory card to pc with a normal usb 2.0 cord. i.e ( psp, another camera, sony laptop etc.) OR you could find that cord that came with your camera. hope this helps.
Q:My Acer AM5100 wont recognize the 9 in one card reader?
chuck the Acer. they're sh*tty computers anyways.
Q:I just bought a computer last year and I was wondering, what does having a 14-in-1 card reader mean?
A 14-in-1 card reader can read fourteen kinds of memory cards -- those little thumb-sized cards that go into digital cameras and cell phones. This is an easy way to transfer pictures to the computer. Hope that helps
Q:why wont my card reader respond?
try using a different USB port, and this is a long shot but if it came with a driver disk, try installing that, also, maybe the problem is with the card (Memory stick) itself, not the reader.

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