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What are the dip switch settings for Magnetic card reader encoder MSRE 206-66

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Do you have blank magstripe cards


Yes we do. Order minimum is 100 cards.

$25 for Low Coercivity - LoCo

$35 for High Coercivity - HiCo

What does Coercivity Mean?

Coercivity is the term used to designate how strong a magnetic field must be to affect data encoded on the stripe, and therefore, how immune the data is to damage.

Measured in Oersteds (Oe), the coercivity of a common credit card is about 300 Oe, considered low coercivity. Consequently magnetic money clips, refrigerator magnets, etc., play havoc with the data on your credit card's stripe. High coercivity (HiCo) magnetic stripe technology relies on particles -- generally barium ferrite (low coercivity uses iron oxide) -- with coercivity values ranging from 2500 to 4000 Oe.

The encoding technique is the same as for LoCo technology, except that it requires a stronger electrical current in the write head. Virtually immune to domestic-type magnets, HiCo substantially decreases the chances of accidental data erasure. Despite this superiority, HiCo hasn't yet replaced LoCo technology, due to the widely established base of LoCo encoders and the increased cost of HiCo encoders. Standard magnetic stripe readers, however, can read either HiCo or LoCo stripes.

High-coercivity cards are currently used in applications where the need for performance, for example in critical test equipment, outweighs price. A single magnetic stripe can hold several tracks of recorded data, which can be rewritten and updated. The ISO\IEC 7810, 11, 12, and 13 series of standards specify a three-track format, encoding scheme, and bit density for all financial card applications.



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Jun 21, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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Where can I buy msr900 card reader writer?


msr900 or msr9 can be purchased form online store at www.diij.com there are many readers including msr206 msr605 and msr705. http://diij.com/card-reader-writer-encoder/msr9-msr900-usb-magnetic-stripe-card-reader-writer

Apr 26, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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How do you change the battery in a MSR605 reader/writer


It doesn't have a battery. It comes with a charger that's plugs into a wall outlet.

Jan 13, 2013 | DBPOWER MSR605 Magnetic Card Reader Writer...

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I need MSRE 206 software CD or drivers


Are you sure of the model number? Unitech lists a MSR206 magnetic card reader/writer here: http://us.ute.com/products_info.php?rbu=5&pc1=74&pc2=148&pid=386 . The USB driver is available from the download tab as a .zip file. The direct link to the driver is: ftp://ftp.ute.com/Support/Software/MSR206%20USB%20Driver.zip . The documentation I have is that the drivers are for Win95 through WinNT.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Nov 28, 2011 | Unitech Televison & Video

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I cant rewrite any cards


Hi,

There is switch on the edge of the card to lock the card from read/write. Check if it locked and unlock.

This switch prevents anyone from trying to write/erase your data in the memory card.

Hope this is helpful

Nov 03, 2010 | ID Tech IDMB-334112B Magnetic Card Reader

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I HAVE A MSR206X WHAT ARE THE DIP SETTINGS ON THE BOTTOM TO


I'm trying to install my new msr206x on to my laptop with windows xp but it does not want to turn on. i have installed the the encoding software and still it does not come on. The type that i have does not need external power, you get the power from the usb port.
Please advice.

Jan 12, 2010 | Unitech MSR 206-33 (msr206-33) Magnetic...

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WRITE IS WORKING OK BUT WHEN I GO TO READ IT GIVES ME ERROR, I THINK THAT IT HAS TO DO WITH THE DIFF TRACKS.PLEASE HELP


You want to edit the card reader to your computer system.
Here your data is decoded and you want to first encode it to read.

Nov 28, 2009 | Unitech MSR 206-33 (msr206-33) Magnetic...

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Printing problem


No mag encoder means you're trying to send encoding data to the printer but the printer isn't configured with an encoder. A mag encoder writes data to the magnetic stripe you see on the back of some cards, like credit cards. Most likely, the printer doesn't have an encoder installed, but if it does, it may be turned off in the printer settings.
If you're sure that it does have an encoder, you can check/change the setting by going into the menu on the printer. Go to Menu -> Setup Printer -> Change Parameter -> Encoder Settings -> Mag. It will say none or installed. Note that this can be changed to one or the other whether or not the encoder is physically installed or not. This only turns it on if the encoder is there.
Hope this helps.

Jun 13, 2008 | Fargo DTC510 Card Printer

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