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Reiner SCT offers products such as chip card readers, time recording systems, TAN generators, hardware for two-factor authentication, payment terminals and systems for access control.
Some of the following products should be known:
Mac users are lucky, because all REINER SCT hardware runs on Macs without any drivers. As a rule, you plug the devices into a USB port on the Mac and the setup should be done with that.
If you have a current MacBook, iMac or Mac Mini, you will notice that these devices come with a USB-C output, which is not intended for the usual USB-A plugs.
To use the Reiner SCT devices with these newer Apple Mac computers, you need a USB-C to USB-A adapter. Despite this adapter, a pure SCT driver for macOS is not necessary.
Unfortunately, users who work with the Reiner SCT devices under Windows or Linux are not as comfortable as Mac users. To use the hardware under Windows, there are Reiner SCT drivers for the cyberJack RFID basis.
You can download the Windows Reiner SCT driver Right this way.
There are different versions of the Linux drivers for the various Linux distributions. Here is a small list of which are supported:
However, if you do not use one of these Linux distributions, you can also download the source code of the drivers.
You can download the Linux Reiner SCT driver Right this way.
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