Mini Swipe Card Reader Support
PROGRAMMING MANUALS: for MagTek Hardware
Character to Card Data to ASCII character conversion for tracks 1,2, and 3
Overview, commands, and properties for The MagTek Device (MTD) Drivers for Windows. It is a collection of individual drivers that support a number of MagTek products.
Installation, utility and sample. The MagTek UPOS 1.13 JavaPOS MSR is installed via an InstallShield application.
Overview and instruction. The MagTek UPOS 1.13 OPOS MSR is installed via an InstallShield application.
FOR MAGTEK DEVICES Programming Reference Manual - Features and requirements, installation for OMTD program. It is an extension of the MagTek Device Driver Program (MTD). The OMTD Program provides an OPOS-compliant application interface to MagTek products and works on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP. OMTD is in the form of a set of ActiveX controls (COs).
Service and Repair Manual
This comprehensive demo supports a number of MagTek RS-232 and USB products. - PN D99875136
As part of the preventative actions for the Corona virus, it is important to clean equipment and surfaces. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces and objects at least once daily. It is important to properly clean and disinfect your MagTek device.
Technical Reference Manual
100 Millimeter Compatible Swipe Reader - PN D99831012
101 Millimeter Compatible Swipe Reader Technical Reference Guide
90 Millimeter Compatible Swipe Reader
The MiniWedge Swipe Reader connects between a PC and its keyboard. The Reader looks transparent to both the keyboard and the PC until a card is read.
The USB (Universal Serial Bus) Keyboard Emulation Swipe Reader is a compact magnetic stripe card reader with a single read head that conforms to ISO standards.
The USB (Universal Serial Bus) HID (Human Interface Device) Swipe Reader is a compact magnetic stripe card reader with a single read head that conforms to ISO standards.
WHITE PAPER - Overview and Industry
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”.