TWN4 Configuration Card Quick Demo
This video is a quick start demonstration of the TWN4 CONFIG Programmer. It is used to write RFID reader configurations on contactless cards - TWN4 Configuration Cards. These cards are then used to wireless (re)configure Elatec RFID cards readers. This helps to reduce the configuration time since the reader does not need to be connected to a computer or get unmounted from the machine which it is integrated in.
TWN4 Configuration Card Tutorial
This is a detailed guide on how to operate TWN4 CONFIG Programmer, TWN4 Configuration Card and TWN4 MultiTech RFID readers.
MPS setup (TCPConv 2, rel. 188.8.131.52)
This video illustrates the enhanced features of Elatec's software release (version 184.108.40.206) for the TCPConv 2 networking device.
- cross subnet discovery tool
- improved web UI layout
- improved web UI performance
- only one reboot needed
- SSL for sending card reader data
- addition of Syslog for remote monitoring
- context sensitive help screens
The latest TCPConv 2 AdminPack can be downloaded here.
TWN4 MultiTech Reader
- reads nearly all card types
- supported by all major MFP manufacturers
- supported by many document management solutions
- worldwide technical certifications
- one part number solution
- offered at a competitive price
TWN4 Director Tool
This video demonstrates the Director which is a powerful tool used to easily access the built-in functions of Elatec’s TWN4 MultiTech RFID reader.
Managed Print Services
This video is ideal for sales people who are selling Managed Print Services (MPS) for the first time. It introduces MPS concepts and terminology important for initiating the first discussions with potential customers.
Card analyzing and programming tool
Take an in-depth look at Elatec’s TechTracer Kit TWN4 MultiTech which is a RFID card analyzer and development kit. See the TWN4 MultiTech operate in TechTracer mode and view the capabilities of the AppBlaster which is used to easily change the reader configuration.
MPS card authentication (TCPConv)
The Elatec TCPConv enables card based features (such as authentication and pull printing) on devices which do not have support for the direct connection of an USB proximity card reader (i.e. single function printers).
The card reader connects directly to the TCPConv, which is then connected to the printer. When a card is swiped, the TCPConv sends the card data directly to the authentication server. In this way, the card data completely bypasses the single function printer. As a result, the TCPConv can work with network printers from any printer manufacturer.
The TCPConv will require two IP addresses (one for itself and the other one for the printer to which it is connected).
MPS card authentication (TCPConv 2)
The Elatec TCPConv 2 enables card based features (such as authentication and pull printing) on devices that do not have support for the direct connection of a USB proximity card reader (i.e. single function printers).
The card reader connects directly to the TCPConv 2, which is connected to the printer. When a card is swiped, the TCPConv 2 sends the card data directly to the authentication server. In this way, the card data completely bypasses the single function printer. As a result, the TCPConv 2 can work with network printers from any printer manufacturer.
Introduction to RFID Transponder Technology
This is a brief introduction to the various available transponders used by RFID technology.
Elatec RFID Product Training
The video starts with a brief product introduction and then shows an in-depth view of the TWN4 MultiTech configuration tool, the AppBlaster. It also explains where to find video training for the various products throughout Elatec’s YouTube channel.
NFC-Enabled TWN4 RFID Reader/Writer
View how Elatec’s TWN4 MultiTech can be used to send and receive information to and from a smartphone using NFC technology. An example is shown where a smartphone is used along with a TWN4 MultiTech and TCPConv 2 to release a print job similar to a secure or follow-me printing application.
Setup Reader to Output Badge Number
How to decode the number commonly printed on the employee badge and to configure TWN4 MultiTech card reader to output that number.
TWN4 (FAQ) - Responds to Tag but no Output
If the TWN4 MultiTech beeps and the LEDs flash in response to a transponder but there is no visible output, make sure the correct firmware is being used for the application.
TWN4 (FAQ) - No Response from Reader
If the TWN4 MultiTech is unresponsive while using CDC virtual COM port mode, make sure that the driver is installed correctly.
TWN3 RFID Reader/Writer
Elatec's TWN3 RFID readers are designed to read at either LF (125 kHz / 134.2 kHz) or HF (13.56 MHz) and can accommodate nearly all transponder types. This video demonstrates how to install the driver and also change the configuration of your TWN3.
TCP Converter "TCPConv"
TCPConv is a device which enables the connection of a USB or RS232 device to a local area network. Use the TCConfig tool from the TCPConv AdminPack to change the configuration of your converter. View how the TCPConv can be used along with an Elatec RFID reader to release a print job similar to a secure or follow-me printing application.
TCP Converter "TCPConv 2"
TCPConv 2 is similar to TCPConv but with many added features such as reducing the number of active IP addresses in use. Use the TC2Config tool from the TCPConv 2 AdminPack to change the configuration of your converter. View how the TCPConv 2 can be used along with an Elatec RFID reader to release a print job.
TWN4 Performance Optimization
Elatec strongly recommends reducing the number of RFID technologies that can be read with a TWN4 MultiTech once ready for installation. This will improve performance whether it be increasing identification distance, detection speed, or security. View the before and after performance of the TWN4 MultiTech after reducing the number of technologies that can be read.
TWN4 Default Firmware Images
Various different preconfigured firmware images for the TWN4 MultiTech are available in the Development Pack. Each firmware file serves a different purpose and causes the reader to behave in a different manner. This video explains the function of each firmware image and also demonstrates how to create your own production image.