I have an AltaLink C8055, and want to use a USB External TWN4 MIFARE NFC-P card reader with it. Anyone had experienced doing so?
Any comment will be much appreciated.
Thanks and regards,
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These ones are
ELATEC TWN4 MIFARE NFC-P RFID CARD READER WHITE USB 2M CABLE
Compatible with: Xerox D136, Xerox VersaLink B400, Xerox VersaLink C500 Colour Printer, ColorQube 9301/9302/9303, WorkCentre 6515, WorkCentre 3615, WorkCentre 7220i/7225i, WorkCentre 3335/3345, Xerox AltaLink C8030 / C8035 / C8045 / C8055 / C8070, WorkCentre 6655i, AltaLink B8045 / B8055 / B8065 / B8075 / B8090, WorkCentre 7220/7225, Xerox Colour C60/C70, VersaLink C400, WorkCentre 5945i/5955i, WorkCentre 5325/5330/5335, Xerox D95A/D110/D125, VersaLink C600, WorkCentre 3655, WorkCentre 7830/7835/7845/7855, WorkCentre 3315/3325, WorkCentre 7970, ColorQube 8900, WorkCentre 3655i, WorkCentre 6655, WorkCentre 5945/5955, WorkCentre 6605, WorkCentre 5865i/5875i/5890i, WorkCentre 4265, WorkCentre 5865/5875/5890, WorkCentre 7970i, WorkCentre 7830i/7835i/7845i/7855i, Phaser 6510, Phaser 3330
Product Type: RFID Reader
Is the setup difficult? The AltaLink C8055 works fine and smoothly with the Active Direcotry, but we are having trouble configuring the Elatec TWN4.
Many thanks in advance....
There is too many things that can go wrong to summarise with card reader solutions.
The card reader itself, a plugin may be needed on the printer, the printers firmware may need an update, whether the cards themselves are the problem as opposed to the reader, whether the MFP has the right settings to use the cards.
Connectkey and AltaLink are pretty near identical in every way, so maybe the attached can get you started.