eHealth device

Category: eHealth Card Reader
Manufacturer: Advanced Card Systems GmbH
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 8Mb
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / N/A

Windows device driver information for eHealth device

The eHealth card has a 32bit, ARM, 9 processor. It runs on Embedded Linux. It has two operation modes: PC-Linked and standalone. This allows the user to access the device without the use of computers. It also has two interface readers: contact and contactless. The firmware of the device is fully upgradeable. The LCD of the device is equipped with a high resoluion backlight. The 20 button keypad of the device is chemical resistant, which makes it ideal for hospitals. It supports protocol and parameters selection. It can read and write smart cards at the speed of 230400 bps. It also has a real time clock and a backup battery. It is equipped with a tamper detection switch, to protect the business from unauthorized intrusions.

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The eH880 Smart Card Terminal eHealth device is an eHealth card terminal. It is designed to facilitate and secure authentications between doctors and patients. It displays information which is multi-layered. The eHealth cards have an embedded access right. It features a dual smart card interface, connection through USB or RS232, multiple SAM slots, integrated TCP or IP networking support and a 128x64 resolution black and white LCD. It has 32Mb of flash memory and an expandable 32Mb of SDRAM memory. The USB which the device uses is 1.1 full speed, 12 Mbps USB connectivity. The RS232 connectivity has 2 lines for RxD, TxD and GND. It is also equipped with Ethernet capabilities, with an Auto negotiate 10/100Mb Ethernet. It has a total of 2 ID slots. The card connector type of the device is landing. It has two SAM ID-000 card slots. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and eHealth device errors before installing any driver updates.