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:Driver Link for 5 in one media card reader?
I doubt that you need a driver. This type of device usually just sets on a USB port - even if internal.
Q:Can you take an SD memory card out of a USB memory card reader without stopping the drive?
With Windows XP, it should be no problem - usually. Windows 2000, it can corrupt the data easier. It is best to stop the device before removing if possible.
Q:What is a tarot card reader?
well actually it is a person that can tell you things about your past, present, and future with tarot cards. I cannot stand when people say that it is fake and stuff like that. My grandma is truly gifted and she is a psychic. she reads cards and can tell a lot about a person by looking at them. It has nothing to do with Satan or anything. trust me lol. but be careful, there are a lot of fakes out there.
Q:I just got a new digital photo frame for Christmas but I do not have a card reader?
in case you have a card reader, basically drag and drop the photos you like on the cardboard out of your laptop. in case you have not got a card reader, they're much less costly adequate and with a card, can function like a flash tension of kinds. Flash drives are additionally obtainable and the fees look falling on a regular basis.
Q:What can I do with my card reader on my computer?
If the card reader is not bad, then that is where you insert the wrong place, and many people insert the card reader or data cable is often inserted in front of the USB interface, a lot of the front of the computer's USB port will be insufficient power supply so as unable to display mobile disk
Q:technical question about memory card, camera and card reader?
There's only two that come to mind. Have you tried a USB card reader? Windows will see a reader as a drive so you just copy / paste into the folder of your choice. I had a problem with my lap top card slot - it quit working almost immediately. That said if that doesn't work there is something wrong with the card - who knows what? These things are easily corrupted and when that happens they're toast. After exhausting all the options on where to read your card I'd say it's done. One more thought, you may try Walgreens, CVS, Wal Mart, to see if they're machines can read your photos. If so get them put on a disc and throw this card away.
Q:Info about SIM card readers?
Text messages are not stored on the SIM card so there is no such possibility
Q:how do i put pics from my comp to my memory card?
well your computer should have a memory card slot somewhere, i can't tell you where, because depending on the model it'll be in different places. but insert the card in the slot, and click the start button, then go to my computer and it'll have discs with removeable storeage. find your memory card, verify its connected, then move, or save a copy, or copy and paste onto the memory card (: hope this helps.
Q:problem with card reader?
Check the manufacturers website, and see if it is compatible with XP. Many devices were orphaned by windows, and they did not provide any drivers for the reader.
Q:card reader easy question?
Is the card that is inserted locked? Most SD cards have a safety lock so that you can't remove anything from them accidentally. Try taking it out of the reader, and look for a small switch on one side. This can be moved up or down. On one end it might say lock. This is a very, very small switch, and it is somewhat hard to describe! Sorry Hope that helps!

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