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Secure card reader authenticator with EMV and Wireless
Custom adapter made to form fit and secure eDynamo, magstripe and EMV chip card reader, to Elo touch screens (most models)
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Programming Reference Manual
This document provides instructions for software developers who want to create software solutions that include a MagTek Secure Card Reader Authenticator (SCRA) device connected to an Android device via the Audio/Headset Interface, Bluetooth, BLE (Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy), or USB.
This document describes the properties, methods and events provided by the Java Applet component to communicate with MagTek Bluetooth Readers. For additional information, refer to the reader the Bluetooth Reader specific manual.
This document provides instructions for software developers who want to create custom software solutions that communicate with Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, uDynamo, or BulleT connected to a macOS host via USB or wireless.
Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo Secure Card Reader Authenticator Programmer's Reference (WEBAPI)
This document provides instructions for software developers who want to create custom software solutions that communicate with DynaMAX, eDynamo, aDynamo, iDynamo, uDynamo, or kDynamo connected to an iOS host via audio connector or BLE. It is part of a larger library of documents designed to assist DynaMAX, eDynamo, aDynamo, iDynamo, uDynamo, kDynamo, sDynamo, and tDynamo implementers, which includes: D99875475 MagneSafe® V5 Programmer’s Reference (Commands) - PN 99875568
eDynamo Secure Card Reader Authenticator Programmer’s Reference (COMMANDS)
eDynamo, Dynamag and DynaMAX Programmer's Reference Guide Instructions for software developers
Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, tDynamo, DynaWave, and iDynamo 6, Programmers Reference ( JAVA / JAVA APPLET )
JMSR Applet transfers Card data from MagTek USB Card Reader device to a host program. The applet is a signed/trusted applet.
This guide describes EMV and magstripe operation mode. MPPGV3, a Magensa service, provides an interface to Vantiv through its Express platform for eDynamo EMV transactions in QwickDIP mode as well as magstripe transactions.
This document provides instructions on how to interact with MagneFlex Navy, browser-based for USB SCRAs and PIN PED devices
This manual contains programming commands and terminology to help programmers and users interact with the MagneSafe V5 Reader.
Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, tDynamo, DynaWave, and iDynamo 6, Programmers Reference ( C++ )
aDynamo, uDynamo, Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, iDynamo 6 BulleT Secure Card Reader/ Authenticator .Net/PCL Programmer's Reference Manual (Windows / Windows Phone)
This document provides instructions to use the MTSCRA Demo on macOS. It is part of a larger library of documents designed to assist uDynamo, Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, BulleT, and Secure Card Readers implementers.
Quick Install Guide
eDynamo Quick Installation Guide
Service and Repair Manual
Technical Reference Manual
A response to a publication in March 2019, by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) entitled: “NIST Special Publication 800-131A Revision 2 – Transitioning the Use of Cryptographic Algorithms and Key Lengths”.
This specification is intended to describe the parameters and operation of the MagTek Smartcard contact Block in order to enable customers to integrate the Contact Block into OEM reader designs.
User Installation & Operation Manual
eDynamo Installation and Operation Manual
The purpose of this document is to provide a description of how to use the MagTek Reader Configuration Program for Remote Configuration and Key Injection for MagneSafe® devices.
Specification of card tracks
MagneFlex Prism is a suite of interface developer tools that reduce the points of development. Instead of using SDKs, APIs, and applets to build an interface to the hardware device, another to interface to the POS application, and another to the gateway, you can build the interface to just MagneFlex. MagneFlex drives the hardware, interfaces with the POS app, and can issue the commands to pack, parse and send the data out for processing. Whether you are on a network client system or using a web-based app, there is a MagneFlex tool for you. This simplifies development and certification and allows you to determine the best ecosystem for each individual environment.
MagTek's History, Mission and Vision