Smart card reader Gemalto IDBridge CT 31 PIV

Code: USB011
€21 –19 %
smart card reader
€21 –19 % €17 €20,57 incl. VAT
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The most widespread professional USB smart card reader with contact chip. The same model as IDBridge CT 30, but produced in Taiwan (instead of China)

The Gemalto IDBridge CT 31 PIV smart card reader has compact dimensions, it is easy to handle and is extremely reliable - it is the standard among smart card readers. You can use the reader with Gemalto IDPrime MD 830, Gemalto IDPrime MD 840 orGemalto IDPrime MD 940 smart cards, among others. There are no installation requirements, it is suitable for operation with practically all contact smart cards, including regular login, communication with CSSA, internet banking and applications using electronic signature. PIV and TAA certified.

View full product list - IDBridge_CT30_PB_v3.

Suitable for working with existing and new smart cards (with contact chip).

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Supported operating systems, drivers and API: up to Windows 10 (including Windows 7, 8.1), Linux, Mac OS
Standards: ISO7816-1, 2, 3, 4, EMV terminal level 1 version 4
Supported cards: microprocessor cards; T=0, T=1 protocol; transfer rate: 2 Kbps to 826 Kbps (TA1=17 @ CLK=4,8 MHz
Human interface: LED green light (Waiting and Operation)
Dimensions: 74 x 63 x 13 mm
Weight: 55g
Mechanical durability: 100 000 card insertions / removals
Interface: 1,5 m (59,1 in) USB 2.0 with A type
Box dimensions: 108mm x 90mm x 30mm
Electrical smart card interface: 5 V and 3 V and 1,8 V; short-circuit current limitation

Gemalto was an international digital security company providing software applications, secure personal devices such as smart cards and tokens, and managed services. Formed in June 2006 by the merger of two companies, Axalto and Gemplus International. Gemalto was purchased by Thales Group in April 2019 and now operating as Thales DIS (Digital Identity and Security).

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