HONG KONG,  28 May, 2020 – Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS), Asia Pacific’s top supplier and one of the world’s top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers (Source: Frost & Sullivan), introduces ACR39F-A2 and ACM39U-Y3 – two new additions to its ACR39 series of smart card readers.

ACR39F-A2 and ACM39U-Y3 offer the product features of the ACR39 series in new form factors. ACR39F-A2 comes in a floppy drive case while ACM39U-Y3 is in module form. They both support ISO 7816 Class A, B, and C smart cards, memory cards and microprocessor cards with T=0 and T=1 protocol. They are durable devices featuring with a USB Full Speed interface, smart card read/write speed of 600 Kbps and  at least 100,000 card insertion cycles.

ACR39F-A2 and ACM39U-Y3 are secured and powerful components that are ideal for security, e-Banking, e-Payment, and e-Government applications. Being PC/SC and CCID-compliant, they are easy to install, use, and integrate in a computer-based environment including Windows ®, Linux® and macOS®. They can also be used with mobile devices running Android™ versions 3.1 and later.

 

ACR39F-A2 and ACM39U-Y3 Smart Card Readers

About ACS

Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS), founded in 1995, is Asia Pacific’s top supplier and one of the world’s top 3 suppliers of PC-linked smart card readers. ACS is the winner of the Product Quality Leadership Award for Smart Card Readers from Frost & Sullivan. In 2010, 2014 and 2015, ACS was listed in Forbes Asia’s “Best Under a Billion” list, an inter-industry list comprised of 200 top-performing publicly listed companies in the Asia-Pacific, with sales between US$5 million and US$1 billion. ACS develops a wide range of high quality smart card reading/writing devices, smart cards and related products and distributes them to over 100 countries worldwide. Visit ACS at https://www.acs.com.hk/.

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