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AC-Kit Development Kit

The AC-Kit Smart Card Development Kit is one of the most valuable tools available for anybody interested in smart cards. Backed by our experience in smart card technology, the AC-Kit is a complete package containing all the vital components required for smart card application development. Each kit contains 2 smart card readers, 20 test cards, and a CD-ROM containing all the necessary drivers, software development libraries, user manuals, evaluation software, demo programs, and sample code.

AC-Kit Features
ACR30 Smart Card Readers:
  • Includes both USB and RS232 readers ISO 7816-1/2/3 and PC/SC compliant
  • Can read and write ALL microprocessor cards with T=0 or T=1 protocols
  • Can read and write popular memory card types
  • Compatible with most PC platforms
Test cards include:
  • 5 x ACOS1 microprocessor-based card with DES/Triple DES and MAC security capability, 8 K EEPROM for user data
  • 5 x SLE 4436 221 bit Countdown Memory card with high security authentication and security logic
  • 5 x SLE 4442 256 byte Memory card with write protect function and security logic
  • 5 x SLE 4428 1 Kbyte Memory card with write protect function and security logic
CD-ROM Contains: Software drivers supporting Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, and 2000, Mac OS X, and Linux
  • Proprietary device driver to facilitate easy application development
  • PC/SC compliant IFD handler
  • 32-bit OCX file

Demo programs to showcase smart card features and capabilities

  • School application using the ACOS1 card as multi-application card (ID, library and stored credit)
  • Virtual balance reader for phone cards

Cardeasy evaluation software

  • Used for both memory and ACOS1 cards
  • Facilitates easy transfer of data to various
    memory locations on the card
  • Provides a convenient test facility to evaluate card response to different data

Training materials useful to both novice and
experienced users

  • Introduction to smart cards and smart card
    application development
  • Introduction to PC/SC
  • Cryptographic security concepts
  • Electronic Purse applications
  • Overview of several specific types of smart cards

Sample code written in various programming languages

  • Used to demonstrate basic commands used to communicate with the card and reader


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Last modified: July 06, 2003