The Elatec Reader TWN3 HID PROX® transponder reader is designed for easy integration into various applications. Is available for institutions looking for an optional and efficient way to authenticate on the system without typing their traditional credentials username and password. Also it can be used on institutions that already have ID cards for other purposes (access control, internal payments, etc).
The Elactec Reader HID TWN3 is today an affordable device available for market savvy institutions looking for an optional way to authenticate their user on the PaperCut system. They can provide the “Fast Release” and "Secure Release" functionalities in addition to the PaperCut username and password authentication, providing to the users and efficient and convenient way to login into the system.
The Elatec Reader HID TWN3 comes from family of TWN3 RFID transponder readers. They are designed for easy integration into various applications. In order to achieve the maximum of flexibility, it is based on a modular design and combines a state-of-the-art reading performance. The device supports either USB or RS232 communication just in dependence on the connection cable and is available as ready-to-connect desktop reader in a slim line black or white housing or as a OEM board (PCB) without housing for direct integration into embedded applications. Readers can be programmed with a script language for autonomous execution of even complex commands like login procedures, increment/decrement functions and many more.
College and University Computer Courtyards
Media Centers and Public Libraries
Student Copy - Print Centers
Institutions with ID card for other purpose
Elatec TWN3 HID Reader
TCP/IP via TCPConverter
Material ABS UL94-V0, color black or white
5V ± 10% via communication cable (USB); serial version requires external power supply
up to 4" (depending of transponder)
USB or RS232
USB: Full speed (12 Mbit)
RS232: Baudrate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Parity: none, even, odd
Modes of Operation:
USB keyboard emulation
USB virtual COM port (bi-directional communication)
Direct access to build-in RFID module (transparent mode)