AMR220-C1 Bluetooth®

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Delivery weight: 100 g

AMR220-C1 uses Bluetooth® technology to connect easily, securely, and wirelessly to any terminal running on Android™ 4.4 and later and iOS 8.0 and later. It is also PC/SC and CCID-compliant, making it easy to install and use with any computer-based environment using operating systems such as Windows®, Linux®, and Mac OS®.


  • Bluetooth® Interface
  • USB Full Speed Interface
  • Power Source: 
    • Battery-Powered (incorporates a Litium-ion battery rechargeable through USB Micro-B port)
    • USB-Powered (through PC-linked mode)
  • CCID Compliance
  • Smart Card Reader:
    • Contactless Interface:
      • Read/write speed up to 848 kbps
      • Built-in Antenna for contactless tag access, with card reading distance of up to 50 mm (depending on tag type)
      • Supports ISO 14443 Type A and B cards, MIFARE, FeliCa, and all 4 types of NFC (ISO/IEC 18092) tags
      • Supports Mastercard® Contactless and Visa® Contactless compliant cards
      • Built-in anti-collision feature (only 1 tag is accessed at any time)
      • NFC Support
        • Card Reader/Writer Mode
  • Contact Interface:
    • Read/write speed up to 600 kbps
    • Supports ISO 7816 Class A, B, and C (5 V, 3 V, 1.8 V) full-sized cards
    • Supports microprocessor cards with T=0 or T=1 protocol
    • Supports PPS (Protocol and Parameters Selection)
    • Features Short Circuit Protection
    • Built-in Peripherals:
  • LEDs:
    • Four User-controllable single-color LED (Green)
    • One Charging Status LED (Red)
    • One Bluetooth Status LED (Blue)
  • Buttons:
    • Power Switch
    • Bluetooth Switch
  • User-controllable speaker (Audio Tone Indication)
  • Application Programming Interface:
  • Supports PC/SC
  • Supports CT-API (through wrapper on top of PC/SC)
  • USB Firmware Upgradeability
  • Supports Android™ 4.4 and later
  • Supports iOS 8.0 and later
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