Back Manual Swipe Magnetic Card Reader 3S4YR-HNFR n Manual Swipe reader with RS232 interface. n Low power through use of CMOS circuitry. n Equipped with RS232 Interface. n Single, double or triple track configurations. n 1.5 Metre connection cable to host. n Powered by the host device. n Bi-directional read capability. Ordering Information Track Reading Including RS232 Interface Part Number Track 2 YES 3S4YR-HNFR4 Tracks 1 and 2 YES 3S4YR-HNFR6 Tracks 2 and 3 YES 3S4YR-HNFR7 Tracks 1, 2 and 3 YES 3S4YR-HNFR1 Specifications Part number 3S4YR-HNFR Recommended card type Magnetic Card: ISO 7810, 7811/1-5, 7812, 7813 Number of tracks 1, 2 or 3; available in many combinations. See "Ordering Information" Recording Method Recording density F2F Track 1: 210 BPI Track 2: 75 BPI Track 3: 210 BPI Memory Capacity Track 1: 7 bit x 79 characters max Track 2: 5 bit x 40 characters max Track 3: 5 bit x 107 characters max Card Feeding Speed 20 to 100 cm/second. Service life of magnetic head 300,000 passes minimum Operating Power TXD is used as a negative power supply for the card reader. DTR and RTS is used as a positive power supply for the card reader Supply Mounting Location Ambient Temperature (Operation) Anywhere not directly subject to water or sunlight 0°C to 45°C Ambient Temperature (Storage) -15°C to 60°C Ambient Humidity (Operation) 30% to 85% RH without condensation Ambient Humidity (Storage) 20% to 90% RH Vibration 10 to 150Hz, 0.15mm single amplitude Shock 196mm/sec²(20G) in each of X, Y and Z directions Dimensions 100 L x 38.6 W x 35.2 H mm Weight Approx. 170 g Application Examples n EFTPoS. n ID card checkers. n Club membership. n Access Management into PC / LAN. Data Communications Data is sent to the host in sequential order, track one, two and then three. Following the track identification number, the single byte 'D' (data) or 'E' (error) is followed by the track data and then at the end, a carriage return. For example on track two only. "2" "D" "1234567890" CR Track Two Data Data Carriage Return Error Detection There are six error codes which identify a possible fault when reading a card. '1' Vertical parity error. '2' LRC error. '3' No data on track. '4' Start sentinel is not present. '5' Stop sentinel is not present. '6' LRC is not present.