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IOGEAR USB Common Access Card Reader for CAC, PIV and Secure Access, GSR212

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  • Suitable for applications in government, healthcare, banking, and secure network login . Support EMV Level 1 specification. Designed for use with CAC middleware (not included)
  • Supports PC Smart Card industry standard - PC/SC version 1.0/2.0. ISO7816 implementation - Class A, B, and C (5V / 3V / 1.8V) Card.
  • Support T0, T1 protocol . EMV 4.1 compliant
  • Supports popular memory cards including: SLE 4404, 4418, 4428, 4442, 4443, and I2C. Support short APDU and extended APDU
  • Compatible with Microsoft USB-CCID driver. Compliant with USB CCID Transport Specification Rev 1.1
  • Low power consumption. Display function: LED display to show system operation and power status
  • Dual Multi-protocol Smart Card Interface: Main Card & Auxiliary Card. Compliant with ISO 7816, EMV2000, GIE-CB and WHQL Standards.
  • synchronous Protocol T=0 & T=1, with Direct and Inverse Modes. Supports CPU-based cards with ISO 7816 T=0 and T=1protocol and 2 and 3 wire Memory Cards or 12C interface synchronous card
IOGEAR's USB Common Access Card Reader is the perfect solution for most civilians as well as non-military government workers who need everyday secure access. Common Access Card (CAC), or Smart Card readers are often used as a communications medium between the EMV smart card and a host (e. g. a computer, a point-of-sale terminal, network login, etc. ) in secure systems such as those used by government, banking and health care. Often referred to as a Smart Card, the Common Access Card (or CAC) is the next generation in secure identification technology.

Having the same shape as a credit card, every Smart Card features an embedded data chip allowing the user's identification to be electronically verified when accessing secured systems. In addition to the embedded chip, Smart Cards are usually programmed with a PIN to ensure security for both the card holder and the system being accessed. Unlike the magnetic strips found on traditional credit cards, the EMV cards uses multiple layers of security. This chip and pin technology provides higher security by storing more encrypted data, avoiding data breach. IOGEAR's USB Common Access Card Reader (Non-TAA) uses a contact system where the card must be inserted directly into the card reader; this type of reader is less prone to misalignment and eliminates the possibility of being misread.

When it comes to secure access, the Common Access Card (or Smart Card) is an evolutionary step in convenience and security.

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