The Elatec RFID reader/writers are based on the TWN4® technology. It incorporates the following product features:
* Supported HF and LF technologies: CASI-RUSCO, CEPAS, Calypso, Cotag, EM4050, 4150, 4450, 4550, EM4100, 4102, 42006), EM4305, EM4x33, EM4x35, FDX-B, EM4105, G-Prox, HID DuoProx II (1336), HID ISO Prox II (1386), HID Micro Prox (1391), HID Prox, HID Prox II (1326), HID ProxKey III (1346), HID iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE/SR, HITAG 1, 2, S, ICODE SLI, Indala, Keri, LEGIC Advant, M24LR16/64, MB89R118/119, MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Classic EV1, MIFARE DESFire EV1, MIFARE Mini, MIFARE Plus S, X, MIFARE Pro X, MIFARE Smart MX, MIFARE Ultralight, MIFARE Ultralight C, MIFARE Ultralight EV1, Miro, Moneo, NFC Forum Tag 2-5, NFC Peer-to-Peer, NTAG2xx, Nexwatch, PayPass, Pico Pass, Pyramid, Q5, SLE44R35, SLE66Rxx (my-d move), SRF55Vxx (my-d vicinity), SRI4K, SRIX4K, SRI512, SRT512, Sony FeliCa, T5557, T5567, T5577, TIRIS/HDX, TITAN (EM4050), Tag-it, UNIQUE, ZODIAC, ioProx
** e.g. CE, R&TTE, RoHS-II compliant, FCC, IC, RCA, MIC, VCCI, KCC, ANATEL, CFT, ICASA, EAC etc.
The TWN4 MultiTech SmartCard housed reader/writer includes both a contactless RFID interface as well as a slot to read contact cards. This exciting combination allows its users to add an additional higher level of security for certain applications dealing with the exchange of especially sensitive information.
This device is particularly well-suited for mobile and industrial applications, it is ideal for integration on printed circuit boards. The USB development platform for the Mini Reader MIFARE NFC (13.56MHz) allows OEMs and system integrators to quickly and simply integrate the compact RFID reader/writer unit into their own application.
The TWN3 reader family offers a cost effective alternative for simpler ID solutions. They all have same form factor and electrical behavior.
The Elatec TCPConv2 enables card based features (such as authentication and pull printing) on devices that do not have support for the direct connection of a USB proximity card reader (i.e. single function printers). The card reader connects directly to the TCPConv2, which is connected to the printer. When a card is swiped, the TCPConv 2 sends the card data directly to the authentication server. In this way, the card data completely bypasses the single function printer. As a result, the TCPConv2 can work with network printers from any printer manufacturer.
Quick Start Guidecard technologies simultaneously
This development kit allows evaluation of many important interfaces of the TWN4 MultiTech Nano, like UART, USB, GPIO and SAM.