Manufacturer: Omnikey AG
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not specified
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/2003/NT/XP/Vista/Linux
Latest Version / Release Date: 18.104.22.168 / 04 Oct 2010
The CardMan 4040 is a card used in mobile communication. It is a smartcard. It is well engineered to comply with the major standards including the ISO 7816 Standards. In addition to that, this smart card is also compliant with the Europay cards, Master cards and Visa, the so called EMV 2000 standards. It is also designed to have the interface used in computers that are used for home banking. This device is a desired solution for notebook integration, integration into PDAs and even other unmentioned bus systems for PCs. These applications are made possible by the incorporated PCMCIA interface for the host. This device can also be used in non-standards settings, thanks to the integrated native support. It is connected via a PCMCIA, specifically the type II PC card. It transmits data at a relatively fast rate. Data transfer is as fast as 16 mega bytes every second.
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The CardMan 4040 smart card reader supports the C4/C8 eight pin handling. It is engineered to protect the user and the connected device from disasters caused by short circuiting and thermal oriented mishaps. This smart card is engineered to master and detect the movements of the card with an automatic power off. It is further designed to automatically detect the type of smart card used. It supports several smart cards and these include the 5V smart card, the 3V card and the 1.8 V smart card. It operates at a frequency that can go up to 8 mega Hz when using the smart card clock application. It operates at a high speed as its interface is well engineered to transfer data at up to 420 kilo bytes every second when the device is supported by the card. If used with a PC instead, it operates at a 16 Mbps speed. The unit it uses in card contacting operations operates in up to 100,000 insertion cycles. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CardMan 4040 errors before installing any driver updates.