USB card reader using the new open USB standard. The USB card reader is connected directly to the USB port on the Xerox machine. When the USB card reader is connected to the machine, an external card reading controller is no longer required.
Energy Star requirements, power is removed from the reader when the MFP enters Deep Sleep. In Deep Sleep the card reader will appear to be dead. Since the reader has no power, the LED will not be illuminated. A card swipe in Deep Sleep mode will be ignored. Users must first awaken the MFP using the Energy Saver button.
Extensible service setup has to be enabled if the Xerox Extensible Interface Platform® (EIP) application is used. • The open USB card reader standard cannot be used with Xerox Secure Access branded card readers. Installation Connecting the USB card reader Connect the card reader to one of the available USB ports on the MFP.
Configure the feature via the existing Xerox Secure Access web page 1. Navigate to [Security] - [Authentication] – [Setup] 2. Select [Xerox Secure Access Unified ID System] as the Authentication method on the machine’s touch user interface 3. Under Configuration Setting, select the [Edit] button next to [Xerox Secure Access Setup] 4.
9. Configure [Accounting Information] If the Job Based Accounting option has been purchased, these fields will be available for selection. Choose whether the server will enter the appropriate accounting code or whether the user will be prompted to enter a code. 10.
Appendix A – Supported USB card readers Proximity readers These support 125Khz & 13.56Mhz which include HID Prox®, Mifare, HID iCLASS®, LEGIC®, and a variety of other card types. Elatec TWN3 & TWN4 family USB readers: (http://www.elatec-rfid.com) RF IDeas RDR-XX6081-AKU family USB Prox readers and all other readers from the “USB Enroll” family including pcProx®...
%B6006493801^XEROX ^1012110 LQI? ;6006493801=101211050282809? ; 6006493801? Xerox MFPs require this data to be concatenated into a single string with only one carriage return as the terminating character. %B6006493801^XEROX ^1012110 LQI?;6006493801=101211050282809?; 6006493801? In order to determine if the reader conforms to the Xerox standard, the reader can be easily tested using a personal computer.
RF IDeas: pcSwipeConfig.exe http://www.rfideas.com/Software/ ID TECH; USB Swipe & Insert Reader programming tool http://www.idtechproducts.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=298&Itemid=79 MagTek: MiniMag II Configuration Software http://www.magtek.com/support/software/demo_programs/usb_swipe_insert.asp ID TECH Magnetic Stripe Reader Configuration Upgrade Software can be found at: http://www.idtechproducts.com/download/swipe-readers/doc_download/38- configuration-software.html Select the IDTech_Xerox_Config.zip file to access the ID TECH MagStripe Configuration file that will be required later in the setup process.
RF IDeas Magnetic Stripe Reader Configuration Upgrade RF Ideas magnetic stripe readers can be configured with the pcSwipe tool available from their website (http://www.rfideas.com). Select Support / Software & Downloads then scroll down to pcSwipe® Magnetic Card Reader. Download and install pcSwipeConfig.exe. 1) Connect the reader to the workstation and run the pcSwipe tool.