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Ewent USB2.0 SmartCard ID reader


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Ik probeer deze reader aan de praat te krijgen op mijn DM8000 met OpenATV 6.1 onder OScam maar krijg een reader device error.

 

De specs van deze reader zijn:

 

Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compliant)

Standards: ISO 7816, EMV2 2000 Level 1

Protocols: T=0, T=1, 2-wire: SLE 4432/42 (S=10), 3-wire: SLE 4418/28 (S=9), I2C (S=8)

Power LED: Blue colour

Activity LED: Red colour

Power: USB Bus powered

 

In oscam.server ingesteld:

 

[reader]
label                         = EDP_Digitenne2
description                   = Ewent
protocol                      = mouse
device                        = /dev/ttyUSB2
pincode                       = 1234
detect                        = cd
group                         = 2
emmcache                      = 1,3,31,0
lb_weight                     = 500

 

Is deze reader wel compatibel met OpenATV?

 

 

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Ja. Op USB0 en USB1 zitten nu 2 serial readers.

 

Op USB1 draait al een EDP kaart. maar met die config wil het niet werken op de Ewent 1052

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In het log staat volgende melding:

 

2017/10/02 17:34:20 5491D772 h (reader) EDP_Digitenne [mouse] Restarting reader

2017/10/02 17:34:20 5491D772 h (reader) EDP_Digitenne [mouse] creating thread for device /dev/ttyUSB0

2017/10/02 17:34:20 745EFA25 r (reader) EDP_Digitenne [mouse] ERROR: Opening device /dev/ttyUSB0 (errno=2 No such file or directory)

2017/10/02 17:34:20 745EFA25 r (reader) EDP_Digitenne [mouse] Cannot open device: /dev/ttyUSB0

 

En schakelt daarna de reader uit met een Reader Device error

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37 minuten geleden zei bradajo:

is dat ding wel geschikt voor smardcards van ons formaat te lezen? kan er nergens iets over vinden nl.

 

Dat is het probleem niet, hij ziet heel ttyUSB0 niet:   ERROR: Opening device /dev/ttyUSB0 (errno=2 No such file or directory)

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Op 03/10/2017 om 18:57 zei Mojo:

lsusb of Scan USB in OScam:

 

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1a40:0101 zou een Terminus Technology 4-port USB Hub zijn.

0bda:0165 is een device (Smart Card Reader?) met een chip van Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

 

Het idee is om inOSCam reader het volgende te zetten:

protocol = smartreader

device = 001:005 (indien het device met de Realtek chip de gezochte card reader is).

 

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0bda:0165 is inderdaad de reader met een Realtek chip.

Met voorgestelde instellingen word ie niet gezien. Dus even de reader opengemaakt.

 

RTS5169.jpg

 

Volgende info gevonden op de site van Realtek:

 

The RTS5169 is a high performance USB 2.0 compliant card-reader that supports SD/MMC cards, MS/MSPRO cards, xD-PictureTM cards, and Smart Card/SIM cards. The RTS5169 integrates a USB 2.0 transceiver, MCU, DC-DC regulators, and memory card access unit into a single chip.
Supported SD/MMC series memory cards are: Secure Digital TM (SD), Multi-Media CardTM  (MMC), MicroSD, SDHC, MiniSD, RS-MMC, Mobile-MMC, and MMC-Micro.
Supported MS/MSPRO series memory cards are: Memory Stick TM  (MS), Memory Stick ProTM  (MS-Pro), and M2.
Supported xD-PictureTM series memory cards are Type M, Type M+, and Type H.

The RTS5169 integrates a traditional flash memory card reader with a smart card reader into one USB device. This supports simultaneous access to memory cards and smart cards, offering users greater convenience and greatly reducing BOM costs.

The SIM Card Reader with SIM editor AP helps users to backup/restore a SIM Card phonebook to/from a PC. Our integrated unit allows users to access both MicroSD and SIM cards at the same time.

The RTS5169 integrates 5V-to-3.3V, 5V-to-3V, and 3.3V-to-1.8V regulators, MOSFET switches to dramatically reduce system BOM costs even further.

 
Features
  • Complies with USB Specification 2.0 Full-Speed and High-Speed transfer mode.
  • Complies with USB Mass Storage Class Bulk only Transport Specification Rev. 1.0
  • Complies with USB CCID Transport Specification Rev. 1.1
  • Supports USB bus power operation
  • Supports several endpoints:
    • Control endpoint
    • Mass Storage Bulk Out endpoint
    • Mass Storage Bulk IN endpoint -
    • CCID Interrupt IN endpoint
    • CCID Bulk Out endpoint
    • CCID Bulk IN endpoint
  • Supports the following memory card interfaces:
    • Secure Digital TM (SD), MultiMediaCard TM (MMC), Mini-SD, Micro-SD (T-flash), RS-MMC, Mobile-MMC, MMC-micro
    • Memory Stick TM (MS), Memory Stick PROTM (MS-PRO), MS Duo, MS-PRO Duo, Micro-MS (M2)
  • Supports hardware CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) function
  • Supports SD version 2.0
  • Support MMC version 4.2
  • Supports MS-PRO v1.02
  • Supports MS v1.43
  • Supports xD-Picture v1.2
  • Integrated Fast 8051 microprocessor
  • Supports the following asynchronous and synchronous smart card interfaces
    • Complies with all sections of ISO7816 (both T=0 and T=1 asynchronous card supported).
    • EMV2000 (EMV 4.1) compatible
    • Complies with PC Smart Card industry standard: PC/SC1.0 and PC/SC 2.0
    • Supports 2-wire, 3-wire, or I2C Interface synchronous card
      • Atmel: AT88sc1608, AT88sc153
      • Atmel: AT24c128, AT24c256
      • ST: M14C16, M14C04
      • Siemens 2-wire link protocol: sle4432/42
      • Siemens serial 3-wire bus: sle4418/28
    • Configurable hardware auto error detection
    • Supply Voltage for Card: 5V, 3V, 1.8V
    • Supports Class A/Class B/Class C operating class as defined in ISO/IEC 7816-3:1997 and ISO/IEC 7816-3:1997/Amd 1:2002.
  • Supports CCID Linux driver working on Kernel 2.4.x and 2.6.x
    • Red Hat: Fedora Core (1~6), Red Hat 9, Red Hat Enterprise Edition (3, 4)
    • Novell: SuSE 10, SuSE 10.1, OpenSUSE 10.2
    • Ubuntu: Ubuntu 6.06, Ubuntu 6.10
    • Mandriva: Mandrake 10.2, Mandriva 2006, Mandriva 2007
    • Debian: Debian 3.1
  • 12MHz crystal oscillator with integrated PLL
  • On-chip 5V to 3.3V regulator
  • On-chip 5V to 3V regulator
  • On-chip 3.3V to 1.8V regulator
  • On-chip MOSFET components for direct power control of memory card
  • Supports Spread Spectrum Clock (SSC) for SD/MMC and MS/MSPRO to reduce EMI effect
  • Supports pure Smart Card Reader mode
  • 48-pin LQFP package capability for one-LUN Memory Card Reader and SIM Card
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