EID42x e-Passport Reader Module | ASKA

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EID42x e-Passport Reader Module

Features

  • Field upgrade or factory fit to any ATB42x keyboards
  • Accepts travel documents of standard sizes, from ID-1 sized contactless card to ID-3 sized e-passports
  • Contactless interface ISO 14443-2, 3, 4 compliant with reading distance of 0 to 4 cm
  • Wide target area on reader
  • Optional built-in ID-1 card slot , ISO 7816-3 compliant. Supports clock frequencies of 3.58 MHz and 4.92 MHz, 3V / 5V power supply
  • Supports transparent command protocol for both contact and contactless chip. Accepts passport with book open or book closed
  • Damped retainer bar allows hands-free operation
  • Friction hinge to adjust angle of reader for optimum convenience space conservation
  • USB2.0 host powered: external power supply is not required
  • 3 LED indicators: power, busy and user configurable

 

Initially facial image will be stored, but fingerprint and IRIS data may be stored in the future. It is intended that these documents may be read by any immigration authority and there is therefore a need to ensure that any issuer and any equipment designed to read these documents (or e-passports) are interoperable. The definition of the interoperability standard is being managed by the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO9303 2005). The standard also defines an encryption technique which is intended to prevent unauthorised scanning of the data stored by the smart card. ICAO have recommended that the Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) will remain a mandatory requirement for the new e-passports and MRZ or OCR data will be used to derive a Basic Access Code which allows the encrypted data to be read.