e-gate Smart Card

Category: Other
Manufacturer: E-gate
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1 MB
Operating System:  Windows 98SE/Me/2K/XP/XP 64/Vista/Vista 64
Latest Version / Release Date: 4 / N/A

Windows device driver information for e-gate Smart Card

The E-gate smart card device is a very small card embedded with integrated circuits that can be used for processing data. The e-gate card device is a traditional ISO card that uses the USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface. It is a highly versatile digital ID that can be used for e-commerce and secure Internet access. This card can simply fit into its slot and the system will automatically recognize it as a USB peripheral. This is much the way in the same way as a computer recognizes a mouse that uses the USB interface. Smart card devices such as the E-gate smart card device usually have dimensions of 85.60 _ 53.98 mm for the ID-1 of ISO and IEC 7810 standard. ID-000 standards have dimensions of 25 _ 15 mm on the other hand, while Sim cards usually use the ID-000 standard. Smart cards are typically equipped with a security system; they are also tamper resistant and have human readable features.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The E-gate smart card device is much like any other USB peripheral. It is self powered and offers the ease and convenience of hot-pluggable, plug and play operations used in personal computer systems. As a USB peripheral, it is easy to install and is automatically recognized by any personal computer or laptop. Like all devices using the USB 1.1 interface, the device delivers the full benefits of the USB 1.1 standard. It has the capacity to connect 127 devices, and support transfer rates from 1.5 Mbs to 12 Mbs. It has ISO compatibility which means that the E-gate smart card device can be used with a whole range of conventional smart card terminals. The device instantaneously and automatically knows and recognizes the protocol it is going to use. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and e-gate Smart Card errors before installing any driver updates.