USB Universal Magnetic Stripe Credit/Debit Card Bidirectional Track-2 Swipe Reader (75/210bpi)

USB Universal Magnetic Stripe Credit/Debit Card Bidirectional Track-2 Swipe Reader (75/210bpi)

4 (4 product reviews)Added 4 years ago
US$ 17.60 Free worldwide shipping!
DealExtreme
- Perfect gadget for peeking what's stored inside cards such as debit, credit, discount, VIP club, door/entry security cards - USB 1.1/2.0 data and power interface (driver free play and play) - DC 5V±5% <=35mA (Via USB) - Reads tracks 2 from magnetic cards - Designed lifespan: over 600,000 swipes - Bidirectional swipe supported (swipe from left to right or right to left) - ISO 7811-7815 standards compliant - Supported encoding standards: Code 39,Code 93,UPC/EAN,Codebar,Interleaved 2 of 5,Code 128,Full ASCII Code39(Extended Code 39) - F2F (FM) decoding mechanism - 75BPI and 210BPI supported - Interference resistant design - Read, write, and power LED indicators - Supports high and low speed swipes: 10-120cm/s - Beeps once for each successful swipe, thrice for failed swipes - Both high and low density cards supported - 1.5 meters connection cable - Allows easy integration with custom software solutions Dimensions: 6.73 in x 1.97 in x 1.69 in Weight: 9.56 oz
Jun 2011by kenmcfa
Good product, Windows and Linux compatible. Easy to use, just plug it in and swipe your card. Input is simply done as a USB keyboard. Works perfectly under Windows and Linux. Non-slip rubber feet on the bottom mean the reader is unlikely to fall off your desk. and I...translate
Mar 2011by tomse
Overall good product. Cheap, good for development. plug'n'play. Smooth metal bottom so cards won't wear down the reader or the other way around. visual indicator for powered on (red diode always on), getting ready/installing(green diode and for...translate
Feb 2010by towad
Not Mac compatible. Well built Not Macintosh compatible I was unable to get this card reader to work with a MacBook running 10.6, Windows XP in Parallels on said MacBook, or an eMac running 10.5. In each scenario, the yellow light never and a...translate
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