USB swipe 3 Track Card Reader magnetic stripe card reader

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 USB swipe 3 Track Card Reader magnetic stripe card reader 

 

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LU-M80

-This magnetic stripe card reader is hand swipe operated magnetic card reading  with USB interface,
-adopting high integrated magnetic card decoding chip.
-They have small electricity consumption and strong interference resistance.
-They comply with ISO-7811, 7812 magnetic card decoding standard completely.
-It can read card bi-directionally, has intelligent lights to alert if card data is read correctly.
-Exquisite magnetic installation structure makes card reading more stable and reliable, which is our patented technology.
-Reasonable product design makes products small and compact.

 

Features of magnetic stripe card reader

1. Small footprint to fit in tight places
2. Reads up to 3 tracks of information
3. Bi-directional swipe reading
4. Superior reading of high jitter, scratched, and worn Magstripe cards
5. Relibale for over 1,000,000 card swipes
6. Threaded inserts for mounting
7. Reads ISO7811, AAMVA & most other card data formats
8. Magswipe PC software makes configuration changes easy

 

Description of magnetic stripe card reader

Size: 90x 27 x 29 mm( L x W x H)
Color: black
Swipe speeds from 3 to 60 inches per second
Interfaces: USB
Housing: ABS
Operating Temperature: -20 to +60
Relative Humidity: 90% non-condensing
Works with: Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista/7 Android or many other USB capable operating systems

 

APPLICATIONS of magnetic stripe card reader

(1)POS terminal
(2)ID verification/Authentication
(3)Member management system
(4)Inquiry system

Technology parameters of magnetic stripe card reader
Card StandardISO 7811/7812 
Track Position ISO 1 (IATA) ISO 2 (ABA) ISO 3 (MINTS) 
Recording Density 210 BPI 75 BPI 210 BPI 
Recording Capacity 79Characters40Characters 107Characters 
Power Supply  DC +3.0V~ +5.0V 
Power Consumption 65mA(max.) 
Head Function Read only 1.5mm 
Card Thickness Plastic 0.76 +/-  0.08mm 
Operation Speed  10 ~ 150cm/sec 
Error Rate Lass than 0.5% 
Interface PS/2, RS232C,USB 
Operation Locus Indoors only 
Lifetime of Header 800,000 card passes (1 pass : one swipe) 
Weight Approx. 80g 

 

** LX-Mx0 Series Model Number Rules**

X=U=USB Interface
X=S=RS232 Interface
X=K=PS2 Interface
x=1=Read first track only
x=2=Read Second track only
x=3=Read Third track only
x=5=Read first and second track only
x=6=Read second and third track only
x=8=Read all track(1,2,3 track)
Example: LU-M80 means this a card reader is USB interface and read all three tracks.

 

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Q:How do you use a memory card reader?
I haven't seen a reader that can handle a memory stick and a sim card. If you find one, it should just plug in to a USB port and it'll appear as another disk on your PC. There should be software supplied with the reader to handle backing up the sim card.
Q:tarot card readers interpretation please?
If the card is 9 of pentacles reversed, than my interpretation is no. This card means lost, deception, voided project.
Q:can a card reader, read school ideas?
I've seen a regular card swipe reader that plugs into a USB port. You would have to open up Notepad or Word and then swipe the card, and you'll see the info on there. Only things I've swiped are Driver's License and a credit card, most of the info is easily seen but some is gibberish on the screen.
Q:Is it necessary to buy a memory card reader for my digital camera?
Most cameras work with the USB cable to transfer images and it is not necessary to buy one unless your camera does not support the USB cable(which is unlikely because it came with the camera. I have a memory card reader and I can see a slight increase in the copy speed of the images.
Q:Could it be my card reader at fault?
Fairly certain that's a driver problem. And I'm also fairly certain you have an HP. :- You could spin over to your manufacturers website and see if there are updates available for the devices in your computer. If its less than a year old, you should still have a manufacturers warranty and maybe get a CD with the drivers on it. But my professional opinion is that you updated Windows 7, and now the drivers for your card-reader are strewn. So try to update from the Manufacturers website.
Q:Dual Core processor and 13/1 Media card reader?
yes the dual core processor will benefit you when running multiple applications. you will love it. the media reader helps so that you don't have to have the usb cable for every type of device. i think it's faster to take the memory card out of my camera and place it in the reader to transfer the photos. you don't have to wait for the synchronization. hope this helps.
Q:Micro SD Card Reader Problem?
If there us an external power supply (plug it into wall outlet) to the card reader and the power light doesn't come on, it's probably dead. Card readers that just plug into the computer, usually USB, may not light up if the computer doesn't recognize it. Most computer built in the last 5 to 8 years will do so without any drivers needed. If the computer is older you definately need a driver. There are a lot of card readers on the market, and some are made cheaper than others. There's a decent chance it's a dud.
Q:Info about SIM card readers?
Text messages are not stored on the SIM card so there is no such possibility
Q:SD card reader isn't recognizing my SD card, even though its lighting up?
its possible the partition information on the SD card is damaged. look into the program testdisk to see if you can repair it. if not, photorec (which comes with testdisk) can do a raw recovery of your image files. it would be a good idea to take it to a local computer repair store (one that doesn't suck, and not bestbuy) to see about recovery if its important. if the data is not, try to format the SD card and see if it works again. if you know someone with linux, try loading ubuntu live disc on your system and see if it can recognize your SD card. linux usually has an eaiser time understanding messed up data, which is why i prefer it for data recovery.
Q:why can I not view my pictures on my canon 30d camera after I use a sandisk card reader?
Your camera should be compatible with a 16gb, most cameras available these days can hold 32GB's at a time. I don't have a 14.1 MP Camera, I do have a 12.1 MP camera though. I can take about 2,200 12.1 MP photo's on 8 gb's of memory. At 14.1 MP's, I would imagine you can take between 1,400 to 1,600 photo's. Like the other person said, having a second memory card would be useful, as if one card goes corrupt, you still have another card to use.

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