How to configure a Puck as a reader to read a SpringPass virtual card using keyboard emulation?
SpringCard Puck family products can be used to read contactless passes carried by NFC smartphones. In the SmartReader operating mode, the reader is standalone to run and the computer receives RFID/NFC pass data as if someone would type it on the keyboard. SpringPass by SpringCard is a service for generating NFC passes in order to […]
How to read RFID/NFC passes with SpringCard PC/SC couplers
SpringCard contactless PC/SC couplers (NFC/RFID HF) can be used to read contactless passes carried by NFC smartphones. In particular, the Prox’N’Roll HSP PC/SC and the PUCK configured as PC/SC have been certified :
Using SpringCard PC/SC Couplers with a Raspberry Pi 4
SpringCard PC/SC Couplers like the H663 family (CrazyWriter HSP, Prox’N’Roll HSP, TwistyWriter HSP…) and the new SpringCore family (PUCK…) are well supported by Linux systems thanks the open-source PCSC-Lite stack and its CCID driver. All these devices are easy to operate on early Raspberry Pi with little to no specificities. This has changed on Raspberry […]
How to be sure that the SpringCard PC/SC driver is installed on Windows?
Since all SpringCard USB PC/SC couplers comply with the USB CCID specification, they are supported by the generic CCID driver supplied by Microsoft as a part of the Windows operating system. As a consequence, when connecting a SpringCard PC/SC coupler to a computer for the first time, this coupler is associated to the generic “Microsoft […]