The H663/RDR USB module is a smart reader that reads proximity cards, NFC tags or HF RFID labels as simply as a bar code.
This module is a ready-to-use reader, featuring a H663 core module, running the /RDR firmware (same as Prox'N'Roll HSP RFID Scanner) and mounted on a 69x45mm antenna.
It is small and able to communicate with smart cards and compliant tags up to 10cm.
Once you configure the H663/RDR USB module to reach precise cards data (number or text), whether a protocol serial number (UID), field contents or securized file they are, the module is then stand-alone to do it: the computer receives data as if someone would type it on a keyboard. The computer sees the module as if it were a standard USB keyboard. So, no need to install any driver. Moreover, already installed applications commonly run without changing: just put the cursor in the input field you want to see data arriving!
Alternatively, it could be configured as a virtual communication port, with drivers for Windows and Linux. A very simple protocol makes it easy to add support in virtually any application.
Here is a presentation of the H663 RDR USB module in video.
- ASK CTS256/CTS512
- ATMEL CryptoRF
- Calypso (CD97, CD21, GTML, etc), Innovatron radio protocol "14443 B'"
- FeliCa Lite, Lite-S (NFC Forum T3T)
- HID iClass, Inside PicoTag (UID only)
- Infineon SLE66 family
- Innovision Jewel, Topaz (NFC Forum T1T)
- NXP Mifare UltraLight, NTAG (NFC Forum T2T), Mifare Classic, Mifare Plus, Desfire, SmartMX...
- NXP ICODE-SLI family
- Texas Instrument my-d proximity
- Texas Instrument my-d vicinity
- ST MicroElectronics SR, SRI, SRIX families
- ST MicroElectronics LR family
- Thinfilm NFC Barcode
- 4 processing templates to fetch data from the cards (UID, stored data, APDU response...)
- USB 2.0 full-speed (12Mbit/s), compliant with USB 1.1 and 3.0
- USB HID profile - keyboard emulation (no driver required)
- Powered by USB (5V DC)
- In-field, no physical action on the device using SpringCard FUU application and Atmel USB DFU driver
- In-field configuration using secured "master cards"
- In-field configuration through serial link using SpringCard MultiConf application