Thank you for purchasing the AirID Smart Card Reader. Before using AirID, please take the time to read this user manual, to learn about all the features and capabilities of your new AirID. 


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READ ME FIRST - Quick Set up Guide for AirID2

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About this User Manual

This guide provides step-by-step instructions to help customers using the AirID on different platforms and contains also information for application developers needed to use certgate's AirID Bluetooth reader with their apps.

Typographical Conventions

The following kinds of text formatting and icons identify special information in this document:

Warning

Warnings mark situations where loss of data or misconfiguration of the device is possible if the instructions are not obeyed

Note

Notes provide additional information on a topic and emphasize important facts and considerations

Tip

Tips provide best practices and recommendations

Code
Code and or command line examples
Parameters

Parameter and attribute names


Intended Use

First, the AirID is a wireless smart card reader at a credit card sized form factor. Enables working wireless with almost any corporate smart card. AirID connects to smartphones, tablets, laptops or non mobile systems via Bluetooth and USB. The BluetoothLE connection of AirID is protected by an additional AES256 encryption. Existing NFC capabilities of your smart card will be maintained. Using AirID, your smart card will always stay safe – with you!

Second, the AirID provides FIDO authentication via Bluetooth LE and USB for supported OS platforms.

AirID is powered by a rechargeable Li-Po battery. The battery is charged by plugging the AirID into either a computer or external USB wall adapter using the USB cable provided. The LCD display shows all setting information and status of the reader. The user-friendly control element helps you to navigate through the settings of the device.

Package Contents

  1. AirID smart card reader
  2. Bumper landscape
  3. Bumper portrait
  4. USB cable
  5. Strap


Before start-up, ensure that the two safety seals are undamaged.

If the safety seals are damaged, it is suspected that your device has been altered inadmissibly. In this case, please contact your distributor and do not use the device.


Device Features

  1. Low power display
  2.  LED indicator

    Current hardware version

    AirID 2 (PN: A2XX…)

    ColorModeMeaning

    red

    static

    on during battery charging; off when battery charging is done

    blue

    static

    on during bluetooth communication activities

    blinkingongoing FIDO communication - User Presence, waiting for input

    green

    static

    on during smart card activities

    Older hardwae versions

    AirID 2 (Rev. 1-3, PN: ARID002-…)

    redon while battery charging, off when battery charging is done
    blueon while smart card activities

    AirID 1

    redbattery low, please charge
    red and bluebattery charging
    blue and greenbattery completely charged
  3.  Control element: Jog Dial

    AirID is designed for easy menu navigation using a 3-way version of jog dial control element.

    ActionMeaning
    up and down scrollingnavigation
    pressselect
  4. USB interface
  5. Smart card slot

       6. Power switch (triggered by ID-1 Card) and smart card connector


Insert a smart card and power the AirID

Insert the card into the card slot with the chip first. The AirID reader has two integrated smart card connector and can read the smart chip regardless of which side the chip is on. By inserting a card, the power switch is triggered and the AirID switches on.

Remove the smart card and unpower the AirID

To remove the card, simply slide it with the finger through the cut-out. The AirID turns off. 

Mounting the Bumper

There are two bumpers available: landscape and portrait.

Select the bumper according to the orientation of your card and attach it to your AirID.


Please make sure that the card slot of the bumper is correctly mounted


and that you pay attantion to the Jog Dial to avoid damage while mounting


Menu Layout

In the AirID device menu, you can get status information about your AirID and configure various settings. You can access the different menu entries by navigating with the control element.

Status indicators

The current status of AirID is indicated by the following icons:
Status TypeStatus IndicatorDescription
Smart card status

card inserted, card not supported or damaged

card inserted and card supported

card access blocked (Distance Sensor)

Connection status

Bluetooth and advertising activated

Bluetooth activated and connected to host

Connected to host via USB in USB card reader mode
Battery status

remaining battery capacity

Menu: AirID

After starting the AirID, the home screen with the smart card status is shown.

ItemDisplayDescription

Card initialize

Initializing...

AirID is initializing the inserted smart card. This message appears only very shortly.
Card OK
AirID
Card OK

The inserted smart card is recognized and supported.

AirID
'Device Name'
When AirID is connected to a host device via Bluetooth, the host name is displayed here.
Card unreadable
AirID
Card unreadable

The inserted smart card cannot be read. Please make sure that:

  1. the card is inserted correctly
  2. the smart card is not damaged
  3. the smart card is supported by AirID

Menu: Connection

The Connection menu is the second setting navigating down. Here you can activate or terminate the Bluetooth connection.
ItemDisplayDescription

Bluetooth Connection

ON/waiting

Connection
ON/waiting

AirID has activated Bluetooth and advertising mode and is waiting for the connection to be established. By pressing the control element, Bluetooth and advertising mode will be disabled.

During advertising mode, the AirID sends a Bluetooth signal making it detectable by other devices. Requests must be checked and confirmed.

Bluetooth Connection

Connected

Connection
connected
AirID is connected to a host device via Bluetooth

Bluetooth Connection

OFF

Connection
OFF
Bluetooth and advertising mode are disabled. Press the control element to activate Bluetooth and advertising.

Menu: Pairing

The Pairing menu is displayed when the pairing process is initiated via the host device.

Pairing defines the establishment of a connection between a Bluetooth device and the AirID in Bluetooth mode. Since the pairing information is retained even if the devices are turned off, it is not necessary to pair the same devices again. For secure pairing, compare the displayed code on AirID with the code displayed on the host system and confirm the pairing codes on both sides.

The pairing information with up to 10 different devices can be stored at the same time.


ItemDisplayMeaning
Pairing Code
Pairing Code
123456 Yes
Pairing Code
123456 No

This menu is only shown the first time a connection is established with a host device and is used to display the pairing key.

To confirm the displayed code on your AirID select 'Yes' and confirm using the control element.

Pairing success
Pairing success 

The pairing process have been successful

Pairing failed
Pairing fail 23 

The pairing failed.

The reasons for a failed pairing can be:

  • Time out: waiting too long to confirm the pairing code on host device and/or AirID
  • Aborting pairing process on host device
  • Selecting "No" for pairing code confirmation on AirID


Menu: Settings

In Settings, you can configure your AirID. Use the control element to select and confirm the settings.
Setting DisplayDescription
Settings
Settings        
>
Main window
Security
Security        
>
Select this category to configure security related settings





Distance Sensor

Distance Sensor
> Off
Distance Sensor
> On
Distance Sensor
> Presetting   
Distance Sensor
> Near
Distance Sensor
> Mid
Distance Sensor
> Far

Distance Sensor
> Manual setting
Go around
RSSI: -xx dB
Go around
Push to confirm

Use this setting to configure the distance sensor for the autolock. An active Bluetooth connection to the host device is required to set the distance sensor.

The automatic lock depends on the host device and its operating system and must be activated separetely, if required.

You can use pressetings or set the distance manually.

Following pressetings are available:

  • Near (~ 55 dB)
  • Mid (~ 65 dB)
  • Far (~ 70 dB)
In comparasion to the available pressetings, the manual setting allows an individual fine adjustment.

If the manual setting is selected, the curent RSSI value is shown in the display. Slowly walk around in the area you want your device to remain unlocked. Press the control element at the preferred distance to confirm the coverage area and activate the Distance Sensor function.

Please note that the measured distance may vary depending on the environment/line of sight. To reduce interference and avoid unintended disconnects, we recommend for manual setting a distance of min. three meters.


Also see section: Setup: AirID Autolock Distance


Random MAC
Random MAC
> Off
Random MAC     
> On

Randomizes the Bluetooth Mac Address which is used for Bluetooth advertising. This is a security feature of AirID and focuses on device anonymization.


Advertising
Advertising    
> With Name
Advertising
> Anonymous

Choose the bluetooth advertising mode between:

  • anonymous
  • with name (security key name and serial number will be used during advertising)
FIDO User Signal
FIDO User Signal
> On
FIDO User Signal
> Off

Activate or deactivate the acoustic feedback of the AirID.

Prefer Device
Prefer Device   
> [None]
Prefer Device
> [New]
Prefer Device
> 'Device Name'

With this setting you can manage your AirID Bluetooth connections to your host systems:

None: If no device is selected, a BLE connection to any of the surrounding devices is possible

New: Select this option to connect AirID to a new device, if already connected devices are nearby. All other devices already paired with your AirID will be ignored.

'Device Name': If your AirID is already paired with one or more devices, you can choose the device name to select which device the AirID should preferably be connected to in the future. All other devices will be ignored.

Back
Back            
<
Select Back to return to the Setting menu.
Reset
Reset           
>

Select this category to reset either specific or all settings of your AirID.

Be careful - deleted settings, pairings or keys cannot be restored!







Factory Reset
Factory Reset   
>
Factory Reset
> Confirm: Yes
Factory Reset
> Really?    Yes
Factory Reset
> Really?     No
Factory Reset
> Confirm: No

This setting resets the AirID to factory settings. All saved pairing information and keys are also deleted.

To make the factory reset, you have to confirm the query twice with 'yes'.

Reset Settings
Reset Settings 
>
Reset Settings 
> Confirm: Yes
Reset Settings 
> Confirm: No
With this reset, only the configured settings will be reset to default values
Reset BLE
Reset BLE 
>
Reset BLE
> Confirm: All
Reset BLE
> 'Device Name'
Reset BLE
> Confirm: No

This setting deletes the saved pairing information and the keys. This is recommended when passing AirID to third parties. You have the option to delete all keys or only the keys for a specific device. After the removal, a new pairing is necessary to re-established a connection.

Reset LTK Keys
Reset LTK Key
>
Reset LTK Key
> Confirm: All
Reset LTK Key
> 'Device Name'
Reset LTK Key
> Confirm: No
This setting deletes the saved LTK keys. You have the option to delete all keys or only the keys for a specific device.
Reset FIDO
Reset FIDO
>
Reset FIDO
> Confirm: Yes
Reset FIDO
> Confirm: No
With this reset, all FIDO keys will be deleted
Back
Back            
<
Select Back to return to the Setting menu.
BLE Night Mode
BLE Night Mode  
> Off
BLE Night Mode
> On
Choose whether or not to enable Bluetooth LE night mode. The night mode deactivate Bluetooth advertising during the night to save power.
USB Mode
USB Mode
>           CARD
USB Mode
>           FIDO
USB Mode
>  Charge only

Select the default mode for your AirID when connected to the PC via USB:

CARD: AirID automatically connects as USB Card Reader when it gets connected to the PC via USB. Also the battery will be charged. The FIDO functionality is still available via Bluetooth and can be used in parallel

FIDO: In this USB mode, FIDO authentication is available via Bluetooth and USB when the AirID is connected to a PC via USB. Also the battery will be charged. The card reader functionality is still available via Bluetooth and can be used in parallel.

Charge only: With this setting, only the battery will be charged.

Update Firmware

Update Firmware 
>
Update Firmware 
> Confirm: Yes
Send update or 
unpower to exit
Update Firmware 
> Confirm: No

Use this setting to update the AirID FIDO firmware manually. An USB connection to your Windows PC or Mac is required.

For detailed information see section: Firmware Update

We highly recommend you to activate the auto update service so that your AirID is always running the latest firmware. This enables you to benefit from the latest features and security-relevant updates.

Back
Back            
<
Select Back to return to the main menu.


Menu: AirID Info

Selecting AirID Info you will find further information about your AirID.
ItemDispalyDescription
Serial Number
Serial Number  
A2XX2108301589
Serial number of the AirID
IEEE Address
IEEE Address 
0x84FD2796C7EA

Bluetooth address of the AirID

Connection PHY
Connection PHY 
1M
Bluetooth transmitting and receiving information
Received RSSI
Received
RSSI: -58 dB
The received signal strength
Battery
Battery 
90%
Battery percentage indicator
Time
Time
Thu 10:48
Current day and time
FIDO Keystore
FIDO Keystore
Used: 6 Max:200
Number of stored FIDO keys
Board
Board 
Ver A2XX1.1.0
Version of the AirID board
Bootloader
Bootloader
Ver 202002
Version of the AirID boot loader
Firmware
Firmware
2.3.0
Version of the AirID firmware version
Back
Back
<
Select Back to return to the main menu


Using AirID

Using Bluetooth Mode

AirID offers smart card and FIDO based-security via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Version 5. The Bluetooth connection of AirID is protected by an additional AES256 encryption.

Using USB Mode

AirID can be used as a standard USB CCID reader on almost all PCs with a common operating system supporting the CCID standard (Windows, MacOS and Linux etc.) and as a standard USB FIDO security key on all PCs with a common operating system supporting the FIDO standard (Windows 10 20H2, MacOS Big Sur and Linux).

Setup: AirID Software

The AirID software consists of two components:

  1. AirID drivers, which ensures the Bluetooth communication between AirID and the operating system. The driver must be installed additionally depending on the platform or is already integrated in the apps and solutions of third party vendors.
  2. AirID Central App - a management software for your AirID forming the basis for usage of the device. The tool provides you with information and setting options for your AirID when your reader is connected to your device. The AirID Central App also always provides the latest firmware for your AirID and enables you to update your AirID via USB and Bluetooth ("Over-The-Air").

AirID can be used with different clients and platforms, but not in parallel operation.

Select your platform for detailed information on the AirID software available:


Windows 10 & 11

Download and install: AirID Installer for AirID Central and Driver

System requirement: Bluetooth Low Energy support v4.1 or later

For workstations without built in Bluetooth Low Energy v4.1 capabilities, a USB Bluetooth Donlge or the AirID BRIDGE - an USB Bluetooth connector - MUST be used to provide connectivity.

When AirID is successfully paired and the driver is installed, the inserted smart card is available system-wide to be used for cryptographical operations such as authentication or data encryption. This requires an applet on the smart card and the corresponding middleware for the operating system used. 

AirID Central

  1. Connected AirID with serial number and smart card status
  2. Start tutorial
  3. Change AirID: switch between different connected devices
  4. Check for new firmware updates for the displayed AirID
  5. Current battery status. Click to define the battery capacity at which you would like to receive a battery warning
  6. AirID settings (further settings are available directly on your AirID)
  7. Click Advertising Mode to set working time ranges. This way, the AirID Bluetooth connection is only available within the defined period of time.
  8. Illustration of the AirID model. Click the arrow for more device information:

       9. Shows a list of paired devices and allow to delete pairing information from your connected AirID


Right click on the systray icon of the AirID Central shows the following menu:

Restore: Open the AirID Central window

Log: Export log files for AirID Central and AirID driver

Bridge: Connect the AirID Bridge

Turorial: Start the tutorial

Check for update: Check for new firmware updates

About: Information about the AirID Central

Quit: Close the AirID Central

Developers and administrators information

After the driver has been succesfully installed and paired, AirID is displayed as follows under Device Manager. AirID is detected as "Microsoft USBCCID Smartcard Reader" if it is connected via USB.

Silent Installation of the Driver

Silent installation is used for installation of the AirID driver without user interaction, usually from a batch file or other script.

To perform a silent install using the ZIP format driver, extract the ZIP file, then run the AirID Installer .EXE program for the driver with the following comand line switch:

Command Line
"<Filename>.exe" /install /quiet /log "<Filename for Logfile.txt>" 

Any problem can be found in the log file.

The command to uninstall the software package is as follows:

Command Line
"<Filename>.exe" /uninstall /quiet /log "<Filename for Logfile.txt>"

The optional parameter are:

Optional ParameterDescription
/help
Help and short overview of the parameters
/install | /repair | /uninstall | /layout
Installs, repairs, uninstalls or creates a copy of the installation package
/passive |
 /quiet 

The user interface is displayed, but no user intervention is required.

No user interface is displayed during installation.

/norestart
If this option is specified, commands with --passive or --quiet will not automatically restart the computer.
/log log.txt
The logs are written to a specific log.txt file. By default, a log file is created under %TEMP%.
Note, that installing Software or Drivers on Windows Systems typically requires local or Enterprise Admin Rights depending on your Company Policies.

MacOS

Download and install: AirID BLE and CCID-USB Software for MacOS

System requirement: Bluetooth Low Energy support v4.1 or later

For workstations without built in Bluetooth Low Energy v4.1 capabilities, a USB Bluetooth Donlge MUST be used to provide connectivity.

When AirID is successfully paired and the driver is installed, the inserted smart card is available system-wide to be used for cryptographical operations such as authentication or data encryption. This requires an applet on the smart card and the corresponding middleware for the operating system used. 

Please check our information page AirID & Smart Card @ MacOS to receive valuable information about MacOS & smart card integration!

AirID Central


Selected AirID: Connected and selected AirID with its serial number

Scan for new AirID: Scan to connect to new AirID

Launch at Login: Select whether the AirID Central should be launched at login

Help:

  • About AirID Central:
  • Show Tutorial
  • Online Support

Check for Firmware Updates: Check for new firmware updates

Quit AirID Central: Close the AirID Central

iOS

Simply connect AirID in the desired app which is compatible with AirID. For details, please contact the manufacturer of the respective app.

System requirement: iOS version 10.3.3 upwards

Developers and administrators information

With iOS and Android, a system-wide support of smart cards and card readers is not possible due to its sandbox architecture. In order to use AirID with a specific app, the AirID driver needs to be integrated into this app.

If you would like to integrate AirID into your app, visit our https://airid.com/service-portal  to create a ticket and get our AirID SDKs for iOS and Android at the Download Center.

Android

Simply connect AirID in the desired app which is compatible with AirID. For details, please contact the manufacturer of the respective app.

AirID Central

  1. Connected AirID with serial number and smart card status
  2. Forget AirID: Releases the Bluetooth connection to the saved AirID (pairing information will not be deleted)
  3. Change AirID: switch between different connected devices
  4. Check for new firmware updates for the displayed AirID
  5. Current battery status
  6. AirID settings (further settings are available directly on your AirID)
  7. Illustration of the AirID model. Click the arrow for more device information:

       8. Shows a list of paired devices and allow to delete pairing information from your connected AirID


Developers and administrators information

With iOS and Android, a system-wide support of smart cards and card readers is not possible due to its sandbox architecture. In order to use AirID with a specific app, the AirID driver needs to be integrated into this app.

If you would like to integrate AirID into your app, visit our https://airid.com/service-portal  to create a ticket and get our AirID SDKs for iOS and Android at the Download Center.


Due to the huge amount of variants of Android OS implementations, we can not guarantee the function of AirID SDKs and AirID devices with any Android device. We are only supporting AirD2 in combination of the Enterprise Edition of Samsung Galaxy S8, S9 & S10.

In case of unstable AirID2 - Android connections please contact our support by creating a support ticket:


Linux

Download and install: AirID Driver for Linux

The zip file also contains instructions for setting up the AirID with Linux.

When AirID is successfully paired and the driver is installed, the inserted smart card is available system-wide to be used for cryptographical operations such as authentication or data encryption. This requires an applet on the smart card and the corresponding middleware for the operating system used. 

Please note that the Linux platform is not our main development focus and we only have limited support in that area!

Windows 7

Download and install: AirID Installer for AirID Central and Driver, incl. Winusbcompat

System requirements: Since Windows 7 doesn't support the Bluetooth Low Energy standard, a AirID BRIDGE is required additionally

When AirID is successfully paired and the driver is installed, the inserted smart card is available system-wide to be used for cryptographical operations such as authentication or data encryption. This requires an applet on the smart card and the corresponding middleware for the operating system used. 

Setup: AirID and Bluetooth Connection

  1. Connect AirID to the power supply and charge it.
  2. Start AirID by inserting the smart card into the card slot.
  3. Activate Bluetooth on AirID by pressing the jog dial in the menu item "Connection" and make sure that "ON/waiting" is displayed. Also make sure that Bluetooth is activated on your host device.
  4. To initialize the Bluetooth pairing process, select AirID on the appropriate platform:

    • iOS and Android: via the respective app
    • Windows: Install the AirID software package and select your AirID via System settings » Devices » Bluetooth
    • MacOS: Install the AirID software package and start pairing via the AirID Central program
  5. For secure pairing, compare the displayed code on AirID with the code displayed on the host system and confirm the pairing code on both sides, the AirID and your host.

>> Your AirID is now connected to your device and ready to use!

The pairing information will be saved on both sides, the AirID and your host system. Therefore this pairing process only needs to be done once per host device.

Setup: FIDO authentication with AirID

AirID can be used not only as a smart card reader but also as a FIDO security key for supported OS platforms.
  1. Bluetooth Connection: To use the AirID for FIDO authentication via Bluetooth LE, follow the Setup: AirID and Bluetooth Connection first
  2. Register your AirID in your applications: Before you can log into your applications using the AirID FIDO functionality, you have to register your AirID once in the application.
  3. Set a security PIN: Some applications (e.g. Microsoft Azure) will ask you to set a PIN for your AirID FIDO security key, if you haven't done so already. This PIN will be stored in your AirID.
  4. Name your FIDO security key: For registration, most applications provide a text field to set a name for your AirID FIDO security key. This field is completely free of choice and is intended to help you identify the key used later on. In order to confirm and complete the registration, the AirID FIDO asks you to push a button on the AirID.

>> Now, your AirID is ready to be used for FIDO authentication!

Go to the application you previously registered in, select your AirID and log in. If set, you will be automatically prompted for your security key PIN. For your secure login, the authentication must be confirmed by pushing a button on your AirID.

Setup: AirID Autolock Distance

The distance to the device for the auto-lock can be configured with the „Distance Sensor“ feature on the AirID. The automatic lock depends on the host device and its operating system and must be activated separetely, if required.

For configuration of this feature, an active BLE connection is required:

  1. Activate the „Distance Sensor“ on the AirID device (Settings > Security > Distance Sensor)
  2. You can select a preset value (near, mid, far) or a manual setting.

Please note that the measured distance may vary depending on the environment/line of sight. To reduce interference, we recommend for manual setting a distance of min. three meters.

AirID Firmware Update

To always benefit from the latest features and maximum security of your AirID, you should run the latest AirID firmware. Using the AirID management software AirID Central with its integrated updater always provides the latest firmware for your device when available. The AirID Central App enables you to update your AirID via USB and Bluetooth ("Over-The-Air").

It is also possible to update the AirID firmware manually via USB on Windows or MacOS PCs. Download the latest firmware from our website and unzip the file. Below, you will find the necessary steps for the update.

  1. Use the control element of the AirID to navigate to Settings → Update Firmware → Confirm: Yes
  2. The AirID should display: "Send update or unpower to exit"
    With a Windows PC
  3. Connect your AirID with the USB-cable to a Windows computer or Mac.
  4. Open the folder with the extracted firmware and run the "winusb-flash-device.exe" file
  5. once the AirID restarts, the update is finished
    With a MacOS
  6. Open the folder with the firmware and run the "flash-airid.command" file
  7. After a successful update the AirID will reboot automatically and can be used as usual
  8. once the AirID restarts, the update is finished

If the update fails, the update process is intrerrupted or the AirID doesn't start anymore, go to step 1 and repeat the process.

Technical Specifications


Item

AirID2

First Release

September 2018

Certification

RoHS, CE, FCC

Enclosure

Shape

rectangular plus Bumper

Dimension

90 x 60 x 9 mm (plus Bumper)

Bumper

utilizable

Weight in g

48

Orientation of hanger

4 (with bumper)

Human interface

Display type

LCD, 132x32

Display size

ca. 9 x 30 mm

Control element

Jog Dial (up/down/enter)

USB port

USB-2.0-Micro-B

LED visible

3 LEDs

red: on during battery charging

blue: on during bluetooth communication activities

green: on during smart card activities

Acoustic feedback

Buzzer

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Version

5 LE (Low Energy)

Battery

Battery type

Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

Battery size and weight

4.5 x 24.0 x 41.5 mm, 8g

Capacity

340mAh

Battery charging

via USB

Smart card interface


smart card size

ID1, contact interface (ISO7816)

smart card type

3V

Smart chip protocol

T=0, T=1

Smart chip header number

2

Smart chip header type

8 pins (MCD-7A6SC01-R), 6 pins (2286237-1,TE Connectivity) ; 5 pins connected

Using chip-backsided printed cards

X

Using chip-sided printed cards

X

NFC function of card usable

X

Update

Firmware update

via USB & Bluetooth ('Over-the-Air')

Item

AirID2

First Release

September 2018

Certification

RoHS, CE, FCC

Enclosure

Shape

rectangular plus Bumper

Dimension

90 x 60 x 9 mm (plus Bumper)

Bumper

utilizable

Weight in g

48

Orientation of hanger

4 (with bumper)

Human interface

Display type

LCD, 132x32

Display size

ca. 9 x 30 mm

Control element

Jog Dial (up/down/enter)

USB port

USB-2.0-Micro-B

LED visible

2 LEDs

red: on during charging

blue: on during smart card powered on

Acoustic feedback

Buzzer

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Version

5 LE (Low Energy)

Battery

Battery type

Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

Battery size and weight

4.5 x 24.0 x 41.5 mm, 8g

Capacity

340mAh

Battery charging

via USB

Smart card interface


smart card size

ID1, contact interface (ISO7816)

smart card type

3V

Smart chip protocol

T=0, T=1

Smart chip header number

2

Smart chip header type

8 pins (MCD-7A6SC01-R), 6 pins (2286237-1,TE Connectivity) ; 5 pins connected

Using chip-backsided printed cards

X

Using chip-sided printed cards

X

NFC function of card usable

X

Update

Firmware update

via USB & Bluetooth ('Over-the-Air')

Item

AirID 1

First Release

November 2014

Certification

RoHS, CE

Enclosure

Shape

rectangular

Dimension

90 x 60 x 9 mm

Bumper

n/a

Weight in g

48

Orientation of hanger

1

Human interface

Display type

LCD, 132x32

Display size

ca. 9 x 30 mm

Control element

Jog Dial (up/down/enter)

USB port

USB-2.0-Micro-B

LED visible

3 LEDs

red battery low, please charge AirID
red and blue battery is charging
blue and green battery is fully charged

Acoustic feedback

Buzzer

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Version

4.0 LE (Low Energy)


Battery

Battery type

Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

Battery size and weight

4.5 x 24.0 x 41.5 mm, 8g

Capacity

325 mAh

Battery charging

via USB

Smart card interface


smart card size

ID1, contact interface (ISO7816)

smart card type

5V, 3V, 1,8V

Smart chip protocol

T=0, T=1

Smart chip header number

1

Smart chip header type

8 pins (MCD-7A6SC01-R) ; 5 pins connected                                                         

Using chip-backsided printed cards

X

Using chip-sided printed cards

_

NFC function of card usable

X

Update

Firmware update

via USB

Safety Precautions

  • Protect the device from dirt, dust, moisture, chemicals and extreme temperatures and use it only in dry rooms.
  • Use only original, approved accessories intended for this purpose for the device.
  • Do not use the product in the immediate vicinity of heating, other heat sources or in direct sunlight.
  • Do not expose the device directly to magnetic sources.
  • Do not drop the product and do not expose it to violent shocks, drops, shocks or vibrations of any kind.
  • Do not attempt to service or repair the product yourself or have it serviced or repaired by an unauthorized service or person.
  • Do not make any unauthorized modifications to the software or hardware.
  • Do not open or operate the product if damaged.
  • Do not insert foreign objects into the card slot. The opening slot is intended exclusively for inserting a smart card.
  • Improper use may damage the product or connected devices.
  • To charge the battery, use only standardized charging cables and power sources (5V DC; min. 500mA) to avoid overcharging. This could damage the battery.

Environment Temperatures

StatusMin. TemperatureMax. Temperature
While operating-10°C+60°C
While charging0°C+45°C

Maintenance & Care

Clean the device only with a soft, clean and dry cloth. Do not expose the device to harsh chemicals, cleaning solutions or strong cleaning agents. Do not allow liquid to penetrate the product.

Disposal & Recycling

The device must not be disposed of with household waste.

B2B equipment must be returned to the manufacturer.

Warranty/ License/ Technical Support

Please note our regulations at Terms and Conditions & Legal Documents

Please note that only customer with a valid support and maintenance agreement are authorized to get free support services.

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