- Plug-and-Play – Designed for plug-and-play to facilitate easy device installation and automatic configuration
- Readily Compliant – Meets all relevant industry standards for smooth integration in PC environments
- Secure Entry – Common Criteria EAL 3+ certified to allow secure PIN entry for signature and log-on applications
- Suits Any Application – Compatible with virtually any contact smart card and a wide range of PC operating system
HID OMNIKEY 3621 USB Smart Card Reader with PIN Pad Reader
The OMNIKEY® 3621 reader offers the trusted performance of OMNIKEY readers in a robust housing. Featuring a keypad for secure Personal Identification Number (PIN) entry, the reader is designed to signal the user during Secure PIN Entry (SPE) mode using a dedicated LED.
The OMNIKEY 3621 complies with all relevant industry standards (ISO 7816, EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) 2000, Microsoft WHQL, USB CCID, PC/SC, HBCI (Home Banking Computer Interface), the PC-2001 Specification and many more. It is open for any smart card on any computer for any application. The 3621 is Common Criteria EAL3+ security certification, and is designed to safeguard against viruses, worms or phishing attacks. The content on the smart card is protected by a PIN to prevent unauthorized copying or use of the information stored on the card. Sensitive data is neither stored on the PC nor communicated via insecure PC / reader connection but remains within the card / reader environment.
Easy to install, the OMNIKEY 3621 desktop PIN pad reader is ideally suited for online banking and digital signature applications as well as other online transactions, loyalty programs and healthcare solutions.
Based on revolutionary chip technology, jointly developed with Atmel, the class 2 PIN pad device CardMan 3621 supports reader-to-card data transmission rates of up to 420 kbits per second, exceeding the performance of other smart card readers.
The CardMan 3621 allows for Secured PIN Entry (SPE) with its 16-key integrated keypad. The content on the smart card is protected by a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to prevent unauthorized copying or use of the information stored on the card. The sensible data is neither stored on the PC nor communicated via insecure PC-to-reader connection but remains only on the card.
Applications for the desktop PIN pad reader include digital signature, secure online banking and other online transactions, loyalty programs, healthcare solutions, and many more future applications. The usage within an application is based on standardized interfaces like PC/SC, OCF (Open Card Framework), or CT-API