IntelliStripe 320, Motorized Reader, Technical Reference Manual

IntelliStripe 320
MOTORIZED READER
TECHNICAL REFERENCE MANUAL
Manual Part Number: 99875167 Rev 16
AUGUST 2010
REGISTERED TO ISO 9001:2008
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REVISIONS
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Notes
Initial Release
Section 1, Added Front Gate caution; all U.S. dimensions, weights, and temp listed
first and metric last and in ( ), editorial. Sec 3, Fig 3-1, Changed capacitor wire from
5.1672 in to 79 in.
Sec 1: Electrical Spec Change: from 1 Amp max to 1.5 A, and from 100 Ma to 170 Ma
typical. Changed specs to SI Metric System.
Editorial throughout. Section 1, Specifications: Changed length from 5.60” to 5.85” to
add dimension of flex cable extension. Section 2: Changed Figure 2-3 to reflect flex
cable extension. Changed Figure 2-7 to add Red and Green callouts to LED.
Changed Figure 2-8, 7-pin connector to reflect pin numbers and locking tabs.
Sec 1: Deleted P/N 16050327,added P/Ns 16050330, 16050337. Accessories:
Changed 2-disk set to 4-disk set. Specifications, Dimensions: Changed width from
3.26” to 3.27”; Height from 2.17” to 2.18”; Weight from 15.33 oz to 15.4 oz and Bezels
Wts. From 1.37 to 1.40 oz. Sec 2: Changed Figure 2-1 to Bezel Options. Changed
Fig 2-2 Bezel Width from 3.264” to 3.27” and height from 2.17” to 2.18”. Fig 2-3 Bezel
width from .98” to 1.00”. Sec 3: Changed “Section 3” to “Appendix A”. Changed dwg
(Fig A-1) to include polarity pin (+).
Changed illustrations throughout for clarity and added “D” Bezel. Front Matter:
Changed warranty Address to 20801 S. Annalee. Added EMVCo statement. Editorial
corrections Sec 1: To configurations added P/N 16050329 “D” Bezel. Specifications:
Added “B”, “C”, and “D” bezel dimensions and weights.
Section 2, Fig 2-8, Corrected dimensions on D inner panel opening: Changed 4.00” to
3.745” and Changed 2.00” to 1.873”.
Section 1: Added JIS to Specifications
Front Matter: Added ISO line to logo, changed Tech Support phone number, added
new warranty statement; Sec 2: Changed converted values in Figures 2-3, 2-4, 2-5,
2-6 and 2-8; Appendix A, Changed converted value in Figure A-3.
Options: Added paragraph: “In the special case where the card eject capacitor is
being used…”
Editorial throughout. Sec 1, Added USB Power Cable, CDs for drivers, and Internet
P/Ns for downloads. Added USB description and use.
Removed old models and added new models with USB interface (16050307, -08, -09,
-10); removed references to “B” bezel
Added RoHS information. Included information about the OTI Contactless reader
module; added 16050314 & -15.
Clarified FCC statement; changed the EMV version from 3.1.1 to 4.1
Updated Warranty and Agency information; added 16050316, -17 & -19; added
accessories for contactless support
Changed minimum temperature from -40°C to -20°C
LIMITED WARRANTY
MagTek warrants that the products sold pursuant to this Agreement will perform in accordance with MagTek’s
published specifications. This warranty shall be provided only for a period of one year from the date of the
shipment of the product from MagTek (the “Warranty Period”). This warranty shall apply only to the “Buyer”
(the original purchaser, unless that entity resells the product as authorized by MagTek, in which event this
warranty shall apply only to the first repurchaser).
During the Warranty Period, should this product fail to conform to MagTek’s specifications, MagTek will, at its
option, repair or replace this product at no additional charge except as set forth below. Repair parts and
replacement products will be furnished on an exchange basis and will be either reconditioned or new. All replaced
parts and products become the property of MagTek. This limited warranty does not include service to repair
damage to the product resulting from accident, disaster, unreasonable use, misuse, abuse, negligence, or
modification of the product not authorized by MagTek. MagTek reserves the right to examine the alleged
defective goods to determine whether the warranty is applicable.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, MagTek specifically disclaims any liability or warranty for
goods resold in other than MagTek’s original packages, and for goods modified, altered, or treated without
authorization by MagTek.
Service may be obtained by delivering the product during the warranty period to MagTek (1710 Apollo Court,
Seal Beach, CA 90740). If this product is delivered by mail or by an equivalent shipping carrier, the customer
agrees to insure the product or assume the risk of loss or damage in transit, to prepay shipping charges to the
warranty service location, and to use the original shipping container or equivalent. MagTek will return the
product, prepaid, via a three (3) day shipping service. A Return Material Authorization (“RMA”) number must
accompany all returns. Buyers may obtain an RMA number by contacting Technical Support at (888) 624-8350.
EACH BUYER UNDERSTANDS THAT THIS MAGTEK PRODUCT IS
OFFERED AS IS. MAGTEK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, AND MAGTEK DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF ANY OTHER
KIND, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
IF THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT CONFORM TO MAGTEK’S SPECIFICATIONS, THE SOLE REMEDY
SHALL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED ABOVE. MAGTEK’S LIABILITY, IF ANY,
SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID TO MAGTEK UNDER THIS
AGREEMENT. IN NO EVENT WILL MAGTEK BE LIABLE TO THE BUYER FOR ANY DAMAGES,
INCLUDING ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, SUCH PRODUCT, EVEN IF
MAGTEK HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR FOR ANY CLAIM BY
ANY OTHER PARTY.
LIMITATION ON LIABILITY
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THE SECTIONS RELATING TO MAGTEK’S LIMITED WARRANTY,
MAGTEK’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT IS LIMITED TO THE CONTRACT PRICE OF THIS
PRODUCT.
MAGTEK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS MAY BE STATED IN THIS AGREEMENT, AND MAGTEK DISCLAIMS ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
MAGTEK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONTINGENT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY. MAGTEK FURTHER LIMITS ITS LIABILITY OF ANY KIND
WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING ANY NEGLIGENCE ON ITS PART, TO THE
CONTRACT PRICE FOR THE GOODS.
MAGTEK’S SOLE LIABILITY AND BUYER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES ARE STATED IN THIS SECTION
AND IN THE SECTION RELATING TO MAGTEK’S LIMITED WARRANTY..
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FCC WARNING STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and was found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to
Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference with radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation of this device is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CANADIAN DOC STATEMENT
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise from digital apparatus set out in the
Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numériques de la classe A prescrites dans le Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le
ministère des Communications du Canada.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numériqué de la classe A est conformé à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
CE STANDARDS
Testing for compliance with CE requirements was performed by an independent laboratory. The unit under test
was found compliant with standards established for Class A devices.
UL/CSA
This product is recognized per Underwriter Laboratories and Canadian Underwriter Laboratories 1950.
RoHS STATEMENT
When ordered as RoHS compliant, this product meets the Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) Reduction
of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) European Directive 2002/95/EC. The marking is clearly recognizable, either as
written words like “Pb-free”, “lead-free”, or as another clear symbol ( ).
EMVCo APPROVAL STATEMENT
EMVCo approval of the interface module (IFM) contained in this Terminal shall mean only that the IFM has been
tested in accordance with the EMV Level 1 Specifications, Version 4.1, as of the date of testing. EMVCo
approval does not under any circumstances include any endorsement or warranty regarding the completeness of
the approval process or the functionality, quality or performance of any particular product or service. EMVCo
does not warrant any products or services provided by third parties. EMVCo approval does not under any
circumstances include or imply any product warranties from EMVCo, including, without limitation, any implied
warranties of merchantability, fitness for purpose, or non-infringement, all of which are expressly disclaimed
by EMVCo. All rights and remedies regarding products and services which have received EMVCo approval shall
be provided by the party providing such products or services, and not by EMVCo.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1. FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................... 1
CONFIGURATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 1
STANDARD FEATURES .......................................................................................................................... 2
ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................................................................ 2
RELATED DOCUMENTS ......................................................................................................................... 3
MOTORIZED TRANSPORT ..................................................................................................................... 3
RS-232 INTERFACE ................................................................................................................................ 3
USB INTERFACE ..................................................................................................................................... 3
TEST LED ................................................................................................................................................. 3
EXTERNAL BEZEL LED ........................................................................................................................... 4
FLASH UPGRADEABLE .......................................................................................................................... 4
SMARTCARD INTERFACE ...................................................................................................................... 4
ONBOARD SAM INTERFACE.................................................................................................................. 4
MAGNETIC STRIPE READER ................................................................................................................. 4
POWER FAILURE CARD EJECTION SYSTEM ...................................................................................... 4
FRONT GATE ........................................................................................................................................... 4
CARD POSITION SENSORS ................................................................................................................... 5
Front Card Present Sensor ................................................................................................................... 5
Middle Card Present Sensor ................................................................................................................ 5
Rear Card Present Sensor ................................................................................................................... 5
MULTIPLE COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS ........................................................................................ 5
NON-VOLATILE PROPERTY CONFIGURATION ................................................................................... 5
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 6
SECTION 2. INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................... 9
MECHANICAL MOUNTING ...................................................................................................................... 9
BEZELS .................................................................................................................................................. 10
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .............................................................................................................. 16
Connector Locations ........................................................................................................................... 16
Contactless Installation ....................................................................................................................... 17
Antenna Installation ............................................................................................................................ 18
Accessing SAM Module ...................................................................................................................... 20
RS-232 Cable ..................................................................................................................................... 21
USB Cable .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Power Supply...................................................................................................................................... 21
Power-Fail Capacitor Connector, 2-Pin .............................................................................................. 22
APPENDIX A. OPTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 23
POWER FAILURE CARD EJECT SYSTEM ........................................................................................... 23
APPENDIX B. BEZEL A DIMENSIONS .................................................................................................... 25
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FIGURES AND TABLES
Figure 1. IntelliStripe 320 with “C” and “D” Bezels --------------------------------------------------------------------- viii
Table 1-1. Specifications ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
Figure 2. Bezel Options -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Figure 3. Bezel Mounting Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
Figure 4. “C” Bezel Mounting – Top, Side, and Bottom Views ------------------------------------------------------- 11
Figure 5. “D” Bezel Mounting – Top, Side, and Bottom Views ------------------------------------------------------- 12
Figure 6. Panel Opening for Mounting “C” Bezel ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 13
Figure 7. Panel Openings for Mounting “D” Bezel ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
Figure 8. Mounting Configurations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 15
Figure 9. Connector locations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16
Figure 10. Power and Communication Connections ------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Figure 11. Installing Contactless Module on Contactless Ready Model ------------------------------------------- 17
Figure 12. Contactless Module Installed ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
Figure 13. Using External Antenna with LED’s (Ribbon Cable) ----------------------------------------------------- 19
Figure 14. Using External Antenna without LED’s (Coax Cable) ---------------------------------------------------- 19
Figure 15. Removing Contactless Module to Access SAM Socket ------------------------------------------------- 20
Figure 16. RS-232 Cable ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 21
Table 2-1. Pin List for RS-232 IntelliStripe 320 Connectors ---------------------------------------------------------- 21
Figure 17. Power Supply ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22
Figure A- 1. Card Eject Capacitor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
Figure B-1. Bezel “A” Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 25
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Figure 1. IntelliStripe 320 with “C” and “D” Bezels
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SECTION 1. FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
The IntelliStripe 320 is a hybrid, motorized reader that supports both magnetic stripe cards and
smartcard technologies simultaneously. The IntelliStripe 320 Reader can be used in
environments such as self-service kiosks, vending machines, and POS terminals.
The Reader can be used as a smartcard device only, which will provide an intelligent read/write
interface to the user smartcard and can provide read/write access to optional SAMs (Security
Access Modules).
The IntelliStripe 320 can also perform functions related to a “reload station”. In this
environment, financial accounts will be accessed by magnetic-stripe cards or financial cards, and
then the monetary value will subsequently be loaded onto a secondary smartcard.
CONFIGURATIONS
Part
Description
Number
16050307 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with C Bezel, Stripe down
16050308 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with D Bezel
16050309 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with C Bezel, Stripe down, Contactless Ready*
16050310 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with D Bezel, Contactless Ready
16050314 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with A Bezel
16050315 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with A Bezel, Contactless Ready
16050316 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with C-Bezel, Stripe down, Contactless Full*
16050317 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with D-Bezel, Contactless Full
16050319 IntelliStripe 320, 3Trk, RS-232/USB with A-Bezel (Special)
* Contactless Ready implies that the contactless module can be installed at a later date
Contactless Full indicates that the contactless module is included with the reader
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STANDARD FEATURES
Standard features of the IntelliStripe 320 are as follows:
• Motorized transport
• RS232 and USB interfaces
• On board intelligence for transporting large blocks of data using a defined protocol and
command set
• Flash upgradeable
• 8 Smart Card Contacts for reading ISO contact locations
• On board SAM (Security Access Module)
• Supports all magnetic stripe 3-track combinations
• Front Card Gate prevents coins, dust, moisture, and debris, from entering the unit – gate
resists opening except when ISO-size card enters the unit
• Power failure card ejection system (requires optional external capacitor)
• Test LED
• External Bezel LED
• Multiple communication protocols (MCP and simple ASCII)
• Optional support for Contactless Smart Cards
• Non-volatile property configuration
ACCESSORIES
Other part numbers that may be shipped with the unit are as follows:
Part
Number
16051408
16051430
30037442
30037472
or
99510015
30037473
or
99510016
51300004
51300005
51300006
51300007
51300012
64300080
64300104
71100001
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Description
RS232 / Power cable−6 foot IntelliStripe 320 host port to 9 pin D female RS232 and
2.5mm power jack
USB-A to USB mini-B cable, 6 foot, pearl white
Communications Software, MCP3 Program
IntelliStripe Picture Demo Software (CD or on line at www.MagTek.com)
MCP Drivers (CD or on line at www.MagTek.com)
OTI Contactless communication module (mounts on “Contactless Ready” models
OTI Contactless antenna with LEDs (must be mounted away from IntelliStripe 65
bezel)
OTI coax antenna cable – 30cm (does not support LEDs)
OTI ribbon antenna cable – 19cm (supports LEDs)
Same as 51300004 but with SAM socket
Power Supply–Autoranging 100V-250V, regulated, 12VDC, 1.5A, 2.5mm plug
Power Supply–Autoranging 100V-250V, regulated, 12VDC, 2.5A, 2.5mm plug –
required if Contactless Smart Card option is included
A/C Adapter/Power Cord for North American applications
Section 1. Features and Specifications
RELATED DOCUMENTS
The following MagTek documents are relevant to this product:
99875163
MCP, Serial Transport Protocol, Reference Manual
99875164
Communication Protocol, Driver Reference Manual
99875168
IntelliStripe 320, Command Reference Manual
MOTORIZED TRANSPORT
The Reader has a command-driven motorized transport. The transport keeps the card from the
user during a transaction but returns the card when the transaction is completed.
RS-232 INTERFACE
The device can communicate to the host through an RS-232 interface. Once the host
communicates to the device on this interface the device will no longer be able to communicate
on any other interface until it is power cycled or reset. The device uses 8 data bits, 1 stop bit,
even parity. The device can automatically sync to baud rates 9600, 14400, 19200, 28800, 38400,
57600 and 115200. See MCP Driver Reference Manual, Part Number 99875164, MCP Serial
Transport Protocol Reference Manual, Part Number 99875163 and IntelliStripe 320 Command
Reference Manual, part number 99875168, for more details.
USB INTERFACE
The device can communicate to the host through a USB interface. Once the host communicates
to the device on this interface the device will no longer be able to communicate on any other
interface until it is power cycled or reset. The device uses vendor identifier 0x0801 and product
identifier 0x000B. The device contains a manufacturer string descriptor with a value of
“MagTek”. The device contains a product string descriptor with a value of “IntelliStripe 320”.
The device contains a programmable serial number string descriptor. The device does not get its
power from the USB port; it needs to be self powered. When using the USB port, power must be
applied directly to the PCB via the power connector or the host connector. See MCP Driver
Reference Manual, Part Number 99875164, MCP Serial Transport Protocol Reference Manual,
Part Number 99875163 and IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, part number
99875168, for more details.
TEST LED
A Test LED, designated D5 will blink green when the unit is powered up. This indicates that the
unit is in its standard operating mode and is fully operational. This feature allows field
technicians to quickly verify that the device is operational.
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EXTERNAL BEZEL LED
The External bezel LED is shown in Section 2, Figure 9. The LED can be set to red, green or
off. See IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168, for more
details.
FLASH UPGRADEABLE
The unit’s firmware is in-system Flash Upgradeable. This allows the unit’s firmware to be
upgraded in a field environment. This may be required in cases when new smartcard
specifications reach the marketplace.
SMARTCARD INTERFACE
The reader provides connections to all 8 ICC contacts as defined by ISO 7816 specifications.
The Reader supports ISO7816 T=0 and T=1 cards not requiring VPP, with a speed range of 9600
bps (baud per second) to 115200 bps. It also supports a variety of common memory card types.
See IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168, for more details.
ONBOARD SAM INTERFACE
The Reader provides a socket for one on board SAM. The SAMs comply to ISO 7816-3 (1997)
electrical requirements and do not require VPP. T=0 and T=1 are fully supported with a speed
range from 9600 bps to 115200 bps. See IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part
Number 99875168, for more details.
MAGNETIC STRIPE READER
The Reader can read up to three tracks of magnetic stripe card data. See IntelliStripe 320
Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168, for more details.
POWER FAILURE CARD EJECTION SYSTEM
The Reader has a power-failure card-ejection system. This system will automatically eject a card
when a power failure occurs. To enable this system, an optional external capacitor needs to be
connected to the reader. See Appendix A for more details.
FRONT GATE
The Front Card Gate prevents coins, dust, moisture, and debris, from entering the unit. The gate
resists opening except when ISO-size card enters the unit
Note
If the front-gate option is installed, the IntelliStripe 320 Reader
will be incapable of reliably reading mag-stripe cards during the
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card-ejection cycle. (Reliable mag-stripe reading will only be
possible during the card-insertion cycle). If mag-stripe reading is
required during the card-ejection cycle, then the product must be
ordered without the front-gate option.
CARD POSITION SENSORS
The reader contains three card position sensors: front card present sensor, middle card present
sensor, and rear card present sensor.
Front Card Present Sensor
An optical sensor that indicates whether a card is present at the front (insertion) end of the card
transport. See IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168, for more
details.
Middle Card Present Sensor
An optical sensor that indicates whether a card is present in the middle of the card transport. See
IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168, for more details.
Rear Card Present Sensor
An optical sensor that indicates whether a card is present at the rear (smart card contacts) end of
the card transport. See IntelliStripe 320 Command Reference Manual, Part Number 99875168,
for more details.
MULTIPLE COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS
This device supports both the binary MCP and simple ASCII hex protocols. See the host
application protocol property section of the command reference manual for more details.
NON-VOLATILE PROPERTY CONFIGURATION
This device supports configurable power up/reset values for some properties by using nonvolatile memory. See the generic save property command section of the command reference
manual for more details. The section that explains each property in the command reference
manual will also indicate if the particular property has this support. Placing a jumper across pins
3 and 4 of jumper block J5 on the device prior to power up/reset will cause the device to use the
default values instead of non-volatile memory for all property values.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications for the Reader are listed in Table 1-1.
Table 1-1. Specifications
DATA FORMAT SPECIFICATIONS
Reader Configuration
Data Format Specifications*
Mag-Stripe Functions
ISO/AAMVA/JIS formats
Track 1,2,3 only
ISO 7810, 7811, JIS x 6302 Type 2
Smartcard Functions
ISO 7816 T=0 and T=1 protocols, many popular memory cards
EMVCo Level 1 Approval
Contactless Smart Cards
ISO 14443A/B; Mifare
* ISO (International Standards Organization), AAMVA, (American Association of Motor Vehicle
Administrators), JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard)
OPERATIONAL
Card Speed
10 IPS (25.4 cm/sec) typical
Recording Method
Two-frequency coherent phase (F2F)
MTBF
Electronics: 125,000 hours
Head: 1,000,000 passes (500,000 Insertion Cycles)
SC contacts: 1,000,000 passes
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage
12.0 VDC ± 5%
Current
Optional Auxiliary Power-Fail
Card-Eject Capacitor
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1.5A max (2A with contactless smartcard option)
60mA when idle (310mA with contactless smartcard option)
Recommended capacitor value: 68000 µF rated at 16 volts.
Section 1. Features and Specifications
Chassis Mounting Options
MECHANICAL
With “A” and “C” Bezel, screws mounted from above unit,
magstripe down and to the right
With “A” Bezel only, screws mounted from above or under unit.
With “D” Bezel, screws mounted from above or under unit.
Dimensions (Core Chassis)
Length (with “A” Bezel)
Width (with “A” Bezel)
Height (with “A” Bezel)
5.85” (148.59 mm) (includes flex cable connector overhang)
3.26” (82.91 mm)
2.17” (55.12 mm)
Length (with “C” Bezel)
Width (with “C” Bezel)
Height (with “C” Bezel)
6.83” (173.48 mm)
3.26” (82.91 mm)
2.17” (55.12 mm)
Length (with “D” Bezel)
Width (with “D” Bezel)
Height (with “D” Bezel)
6.26” (159.00 mm)
4.00” (101.60 mm)
2.17” (55.12 mm)
Cable Length (16051408)
A/C Adapter Cable Length
(71100001)
Weight:
Reader with “A” Bezel
“C” Bezel w/screws
“D” Bezel w/screws
6’ ± 0.1’ (1.83 m ±0.03 m)
Reader Cable
A/C Adapter Regulator with
Power Cord
4.15 oz. (117.76 g.)
Temperature
6.25’ (1.91 m)
15.40oz. (436.58 g.)
1.40 oz. (39.69 g.)
1.08 oz. (30.58 g.)
11.87 oz. (336.60 g.)
ENVIRONMENTAL
o
o
o
o
Operating
Storage
32 F to 122 F (0 C to 50 C)
o
o
o
o
-4 F to 158 F (-20 C to 70 C)
Operating
Storage
10% to 90% noncondensing
10% to 90% noncondensing
Operating
Storage
0-10,000 ft. (0-3,048 m.)
0-50,000 ft. (0-15,240 m.)
Humidity
Altitude
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SECTION 2. INSTALLATION
The installation of the IntelliStripe 320 Motorized Reader includes mechanical and electrical
connections.
MECHANICAL MOUNTING
The “A” Bezel is always shipped with the unit. The “C,” or “D” Bezels may also be shipped
with the unit, depending on requirements for card orientation. Figure 2 shows the configurations
for mounting and card orientation:
Figure 2. Bezel Options
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BEZELS
Dimensions and details of the bezels are shown in Figure 3. The “A” Bezel will always be
shipped with the unit (“A” bezel dimensions are shown in Appendix B.) Also, the “C,” or “D”
Bezel may be shipped with the unit. The user may also design a bezel from dimensions in this
section.
Figure 3. Bezel Mounting Dimensions
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Section 2. Installation
Figure 4 shows the position for mounting the IntelliStripe 320 with the “C” Bezel attached. The
mounting holes are shown in the top view. The “A” Bezel is attached to the unit by the “A”
Bezel retaining screws also shown in the top view.
Figure 4. “C” Bezel Mounting – Top, Side, and Bottom Views
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Figure 5 shows the position for mounting the IntelliStripe 320 with the “D” Bezel attached. The
mounting holes are shown in the bottom view. The “A” Bezel is attached to the unit by the “A”
Bezel retaining screws also shown in the bottom view. Because the “D” Bezel is symmetrical,
the unit may be mounted from the top or bottom, depending on the desired card orientation.
(Note that no LED is used with the “D” Bezel configuration.)
Figure 5. “D” Bezel Mounting – Top, Side, and Bottom Views
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Section 2. Installation
For “C” bezel configuration, the dimensions in Figure 6 are for the unit mounted from the back
side of the panel. These dimensions include the dimensions from the centerline of the card slot
to other areas for mounting the unit from the backside of the panel. Note the dimension from the
bottom of the panel opening to the centerline.
Figure 6. Panel Opening for Mounting “C” Bezel
It is not necessary to remove the Bezels when mounting the unit. The “C” Bezel protrudes from
the opening, and the “A” Bezel is positioned against the inside of the panel opening. The bracket
should retain the unit so the “A” Bezel is held firmly against the inside of the panel.
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For “D” bezel configuration, the two sets of dimensions in Figure 7 are for units to be mounted
from the back side of the panel. The cutouts are for mounting the outer or inner panel openings.
Figure 7. Panel Openings for Mounting “D” Bezel
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Section 2. Installation
Four #6-32 mounting screws, with 0.38 inch internal thread clearance, attach the bottom of the
IntelliStripe 320 to a fixed position as indicated in Figure 8. If the “C” bezel is used, the
IntelliStripe 320 is inverted, and the mounting screws are inserted from above the IntelliStripe
320.
Figure 8. Mounting Configurations
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connector Locations
Figure 9 shows the positions of the connectors for the SAM socket, power-fail capacitor, and
I/O.
Figure 9. Connector locations
Figure 10. Power and Communication Connections
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Section 2. Installation
Contactless Installation
Some models of the IntelliStripe 320 include the ability to add a contactless smart card module.
The contactless module and its interface cable can be ordered separately from MagTek. Figure
11 shows how the cable and module are attached to the IntelliStripe 320 circuit board. Figure 12
shows the module fully installed.
Figure 11. Installing Contactless Module on Contactless Ready Model
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Figure 12. Contactless Module Installed
Antenna Installation
The antenna is a separate item that can be installed outside of the IntelliStripe 320. The antenna
module and the interface cable are supplied separately from the reader. Two types of cables are
offered:
• Flat Ribbon Cable – this cable is only 7.5” (19cm) but all 4 of the LEDs are supported
(see Figure 13)
• Coax Cable – this 12” (30cm) cable offers a slightly greater range of antenna placement
but it does not operate the LEDs on the antenna module (see Figure 14)
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Figure 13. Using External Antenna with LED’s (Ribbon Cable)
Figure 14. Using External Antenna without LED’s (Coax Cable)
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Accessing SAM Module
If the contactless module is installed, it must be removed temporarily in order to access the SAM
module. The two screws holding the contactless module onto the IntelliStripe 320 circuit board
will have to be removed in order to reach the SAM module which is located under the
contactless module (see Figure 15).
Figure 15. Removing Contactless Module to Access SAM Socket
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Section 2. Installation
RS-232 Cable
Figure 16 shows the cable that connects the IntelliStripe 320 (7-pin connector) to the host (9-pin
connector), P/N 16051408. The standard length of the cable is 6’.
Figure 16. RS-232 Cable
Table 2-1 lists the Connector Pin Numbers and Signal Names.
Table 2-1. Pin List for RS-232 IntelliStripe 320 Connectors
Molex 7 Pin (51065-0700)
Pin Number
Signal Name
1
TXD
2
+12V
3
PWR GND
4
RXD
5
RTS
6
CTS
7
SIGNAL GND
DE-9 Female
Pin Number Signal Name
2
RXD
2.5mm Power Jack
CENTER PIN
SHELL
3
8
7
5
6
4
+12V
GND
TXD
CTS
RTS
GND
DSR
DTR
USB Cable
MagTek provides a USB cable (P/N 16051430) that connects the Host (USB A plug) to the
IntelliStripe 320 (USB B plug). The overall length of the cable is 6’. Any standard USB A-to-B
cable can be used.
Power Supply
The Power Supply, P/N 64300080, 100V−240V regulated, 12VDC @ 1.5 Amps, with special 2.5
mm plug is shown in Figure 17. If the Contactless Smart Card option is implemented, the DC
supply must be increased to about 2.5 Amps (P/N 64300104). The AC power cord, P/N
71100001, is for use in North America. Other users must supply their own cord (requires an
IEC-320-C13 connector at the power supply).
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Figure 17. Power Supply
Power-Fail Capacitor Connector, 2-Pin
The Power-Fail Capacitor connector, J7, connects to an optional external capacitor that is used to
eject the card during a power failure. Pin 1 connects to the positive side of the capacitor and pin
2 connects to the negative side.
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APPENDIX A. OPTIONS
Options include a capacitor for the Power-Failure Card-Eject System.
POWER FAILURE CARD EJECT SYSTEM
The externally mounted power-fail capacitor is shown in Figure A- 1.
Figure A- 1. Card Eject Capacitor
The power-failure card-eject system ejects a card during a power failure. Card ejection is
triggered when the power to the reader fails. An external backup capacitor is required for this
option to function. This capacitor can be connected to the reader through a header on the board.
In case of power failure, the capacitor automatically ejects the card. The user must determine the
wire length required for their specific application. The recommended capacitor value is 68000uF
rated at 16 volts.
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In the special case where the card eject capacitor is being used and the 12 volt supply to the
IntelliStripe 320 is being shared with another device in the system, a diode needs to be connected
in series with the 12 volt supply line to the IntelliStripe 320. This is required to prevent the card
eject capacitor from discharging into the external device when a power failure occurs. If the card
eject capacitor discharges into a external device, the capacitor may not have enough power left to
eject a card. This diode should be a low voltage drop (.3 volt) type in order to make the
IntelliStripe 320 input voltage still meet the specified 12 volts +- 5%. Using a high voltage drop
(.6 volt) type may cause false power failure detections in the IntelliStripe 320. This diode should
be rated at 1.5 amps or higher.
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APPENDIX B. BEZEL A DIMENSIONS
The IntelliStripe 320 is not offered with just Bezel A but it may be useful to have the dimensions
in order to simplify mounting behind a panel. The “A” Bezel dimensions are shown in Figure B1.
Figure B-1. Bezel “A” Dimensions
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