OMNIKEY 5427CK Reader Gen2 - Dual Frequency Reader - USB - CCID and Keyboard Wedge
HID Global's OMNIKEY 5427CK Gen2 Reader combines a modern design with a small footprint and functions in virtually any PC environment, opening new market opportunities for system integrators. Independent of an operating system, the reader includes CCID and Keyboard Wedge Interface, commonly used for secure print authentication applications.
HID Global's OMNIKEY® 5427CK Reader Gen2 combines a modern design with a small footprint and functions in virtually any PC environment, opening new market opportunities for system integrators. Independent of operating system, the reader includes CCID and Keyboard Wedge Interface and it is commonly used for secure print authentication applications and access control systems as well as PC login using existing employees' credentials.
The reader also supports low and high frequency technologies within a single device to provide organizations with a seamless migration path and enabling mixed credential technology environments.
Additionally, the reader includes an integrated, easy-to-use web based management tool that enables intuitive, browser-based configuration independent from the operating system.
Security - Enhanced system security supporting low and high frequency credentials including HID Prox ®, Indala Prox, MIFARE® Classic, MIFARE DESFire® EV1, iCLASS®, and iCLASS SE.
Ease of use - Straightforward utilization of existing access control credentials for PC login in both CCID and Key Wedge operation modes.
CCID Support - Eliminates the need to install drivers on standard operating systems.
Keyboard Wedge support - Retrieves data from a card and presents the information directly to any application by emulating keyboard strokes.
Flexibility - Numerous accessories and mounting options are available.
The HID OMNIKEY 5427 CK reader is the ultimate choice, supporting both 13.56 MHz HF and 125Khz LF frequency. Fully configurable and programmable keyboard wedge and native CCID implementation supporting WINDOWS, LINUX, and MAC operating systems.