Physical Security Thread, Door Access Control Systems in Technical; I'll try my usb reader on an oyster card tomorrow.
20th June 2012, 09:29 PM #76
I'll try my usb reader on an oyster card tomorrow.
20th June 2012, 09:40 PM #77
I know and s2 and s3 can read the card but doesnt know what they are - we found that out in the office last week!
Originally Posted by dhicks
20th June 2012, 09:52 PM #78
I discovered this when in London and my phone kept vibrating whenever I put my card back in my pocket, my hotel door card also did it damn and blast annoyances lol
Originally Posted by glennda
20th June 2012, 10:02 PM #79
Maybe a bit late to the thread but we have used Salto for the past 6 years. Cant complain ticks all the boxes and allows us to use the same card for our cashless catering and paper cut.
21st June 2012, 09:54 AM #80
Same here. One card does it all-door access, cashless catering and pcounter. Brilliant system!
Originally Posted by Rozzer
26th June 2012, 06:37 PM #81
Ok just managed to test withg my oyster and the usb reader I have can read it allthough I'm not 100% sure my oyster is a desfire the page for the reader says it will read thewm though.
AIR ID Enroll Contactless Smart Card Reader - RF IDeas
Access Control UK - OEM this one is £100 and does mifare possible desfire too email paxton and ask.
26th June 2012, 10:34 PM #82
Many thanks. I got a different USB card reader off eBay in the end - this one does act as a USB keyboard, so you can just plug it in to pretty much any machine and run a simple console application to read the ID string it "types" when it reads a card. Interestingly, the card reader works with both my (newer model (DESFire), I assume) Oyster card and my contactless debit card, reading a ID string off either. The problem is that the card reader draws too much power to be provided directly by the Raspberry Pi, so I'll have to rig up some kind of powered USB hub if I want to use the Raspberry Pi for an access control system.
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