VRD-E forecourt card reader
VRD-E card reader with Ethernet interface is intended for reading of EM-Marine contactless identifiers (125 kHz) and its transmission using Ethernet interface (optionally readers able to read Mifare identifiers (13.56 MHz) and EM-Marine identifiers (125 kHz) are present). Reader provides reading of code from distance from 50 to 100 mm (depending on the conditions of operation).
Reader is provided as for internal installation (near computer, in this case interface of the reader is Ethernet and its power supply is taken from USB-port of the computer) and also for outdoor installation in waterproof case and electrical board covered with weatherproof paint (for installation near fuel dispensers, in this case interface and power supply is taken from 12 V DC power supply).
Reader allows to configure buzzer and 2-colors LED for indication (green and red LEDs).
Example of reader installation near fuel dispenser:
|Type of contactless identifiers read||EM-Marine (optionally Mifare + EM-Marine)|
|Power supply voltage||8…14 V DC|
|Average consumed current||200 mA|
|Peak consumed current||250 mA|
|Length of Ethernet cable||1 m|
|Dimensions||95 x 68 x 20 mm|
|Operation temperature range||-40…+85 deg. C|
CONNECTION TO ETHERNET
Reader is equipped with 8-wire Ethernet cable, through which it is connected to Ethernet network and power supply is given (for power supply also USB interface cable can be used in readers for internal installation).
Pinouts of Ethernet cable
|Blue||4||+U 8…14 V DC|
|White-blue||5||+U 8…14 V DC|
Electric scheme of reader connection
CONTROL OVER READER
Data exchange is done using packets. Packet from reader to computer contains code of identifier (card). Packet from computer to reader is not obligatory and is used for control over reader's indication. Protocol of communication is described in reader's technical guide. Open source software application in C# and VB.NET languages is free for downloading.
|VRD-E card reader for internal installation with power supply from USB-port
Order code: VRD-INT-001
|VRD-E card reader for external installation in waterproof casing
Order code: VRD-EXT-002
|EM-Marine type card identifier with image
Order code: CRD-EMR-001
|EM-Marine type card identifier blank
Order code: CRD-EMR-002
|Mifare type card identifier with image
Order code: CRD-MFR-001
|Mifare type card identifier blank
Order code: CRD-MFR-002
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