The ACR123U SDK enables the ACR123S to be used and integrated to various POS Terminals. The ACR123U supports Master Card PayPass, VISA payWave, and other ISO 14443 cards. This SDK provides sample codes for device and contactless card programming in the Linux and Windows platforms, and supports programming languages including MS Visual C++, MS Visual C#.NET, and Linux GTK C++. The ACR123U SDK provides a demo for the payment functionalities of the ACR123.By using the JCOP cards provided, which emulate a valid (non-expired card) and invalid card (expired card), the demo shows the various responses of the payment kernel loaded in the ACR123 to different payment scenarios. The SDK also has a manual to explain the various payment functionalities of the ACR123.
ACR123U SDK Contents
- 1 x ACR123U Intelligent Contactless Reader
- 3 x ACOS3 Contactless Smart Cards
- 3 x ACOS6-SAM Cards
- 2 x JCOP Cards emulating a PayPass Card
- CD ROM
ACR123U SDK CD ROM Contents
- PayPass Demo Program
- Sample Codes
- Reference Manuals
|Lead Time||1 Week|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1|
|Manufacturer||Advanced Card Systems|
|Origin of Shipment||No|
|System Requirements:||Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Linux Ubuntu 13, Win XP x64, Win Vista x64, Win 7 x64, Win 8 x64, Linux Ubuntu 13 x64|
NFC Chip Types
An NFC tag has an NFC chip inside of it which performs the NFC interactions. There are several NFC chip types available and the choice of which NFC chip type to use is important. Each NFC chip has its own characteristics, features and cost. If you are not sure which NFC chip to use, our recommendation is to get a couple of each type to test with. The NXP NTAG series is typically what customers use. The NXP NTAG series comes in a variety of data capacity sizes and they offer the best device compatibility, speed, availability and cost.
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