Ubiquitech Card readers
At Ubiquitech we offer various types of card readers which all have been tested and work with
Ubiquitech software. They always run in keyboard mode meaning that it simulates a keyboard. This can
be tested by inserting a card reader, opening Notepad then scan any card. If data appears it shows that
the card reader runs in keyboard mode, and the test is done.
USB Mifare
The Ubiquitech Mifare card reader is easy for registration of RFID cards, in access control software. The
card reader interface connects through a USB, and when presenting a Mifare card or tag to the card
reader, the card date is transferred to the application as keyboard data. This allows for integration with
existing software where card data usually is being typed into the system.
The Mifare card reader allows for multiple output formats in order to match the card data presentation in
the receiving system. The chip serial number of a Mifare card or tag is stored in binary format, but is often
displayed in decimal format. To allow easy integration the most
commonly used formats have been implemented in the standard
firmware.
USB Legic
The Ubiquitech Mifare card reader is easy for registration of RFID
cards, in access control software. The card reader interface connects
through a USB, and when presenting a Mifare card or tag to the card
reader, the card date is transferred to the application as keyboard
data. This allows for integration with existing software where card
data usually is being typed into the system.
The Mifare card reader allows for multiple output formats in order to match the card data presentation in
the receiving system. The chip serial number of a Mifare card or tag is stored in binary format, but is often
displayed in decimal format. To allow easy integration the most commonly used formats have been
implemented in the standard firmware.
The USB Mifare card reader and USB Legic card reader is basically the same type of card reader, but the
selection of card reader depends on which type of card is used.
USB Magnetic
The USB Magnetic card readers is designed for easy registration magstripe cards in access control the
software. The card reader interface connects through the application as keyboard data, and the required
driver is automatically loaded. This allows for integration with existing
software where card data is usually being typed into the system. The
firmware in the readID™ Magstripe card reader allows for multiple
output formats in order to match the card data presentation in the
receiving system.
The data encoded in the magnetic stripe is stored in decimal format
but often the card number printed on the card is only a segment of
the encoded data. To allow easy integration a specific part of the
encoded data can be transmitted using the programmable format. Each format has 2 selectable options,
one for enabling as end of transmission character and one for enabling format specific options like
padding.
USB Indala
The Indala USB card reader deliver outstanding and consistent
performance with intelligent programming technology, uniform core
modules, and a range og stylish bezel designs.
All HID Indala 125 kHz Proximity card readers features Flexsecur
technology, which provides an added level of access control system
security through a verification process at the reader. Unique to the
Indala, Flexsecur screens out unauthorized cards prior to sending card
data to the host system.
Multi card reader (USB Omnikey)
The Omnikey Multi card is independent of operating system, it includes CCID and keyboard Wedge
Interface and it is commonly used for secure print authentication applications and access control systems
as well a PC Login, using existing employee’s credentials.
The reader supports low and high frequency technologies within a single device to provide organizations
with a seamless migration path and enabling mixed credential
technology environments.
Additionally, the reader includes an integrated easy-to-use we based
management tool that enables intuitive browser-based configuration
independent from the operating system.
Key features:
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Security: Enhanced system security supporting low and high
frequency credentials.
Ease of use: Straightforward utilization of existing access control
credentials for PC login in both CCID and Key Wedge operation modes
CCID Support: Eliminates the need to install drivers on standard operating systems.
Keyboard Wedge support: Retrieves data from a card and presents the information directly to any
application emulating keyboard strokes.
Flexibility: Numerous accessories and mounting options are available.
IP Bridge for USB card reader
A USB card reader connects to the SwitchBridge via the USB Host
port. Ethernet connection from the central network and the local
printer is connected to the board Ethernet switch. The
SwitchBridge has multiple power supply options: Powered from a
USB host port on the printer, powered from a standard mains
adaptor, or powered via Power-over-Ethernet from the central
network switch. Depending on the firmware loaded the
SwitchBridge will either accept incoming TCP connections from a
central management server or data can be send to a webserver
when a card I read. The configuration of network settings and
optionally the target server can be done using the on board web server interface or by using the Network
Device Utility. The Network Device Utility will automatically detect any online SwitchBridge on the local
network and servers as the firmware update tool. The IP Bridge needs to be setup and configured in the
Ubiquitech server. Please read the manual for setup.
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