SD260 Card Printer Support
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The Datacard XPS Card Printer Driver uses Microsoft XPS print technology to support card production on the SD, CD and CE series systems. The following Operating Systems (latest service pack recommended) are supported with the XPS Card Printer Driver v5.0
- Windows 8/8.1, 32 and 64-bit
- Windows 7, 32 and 64-bit
- Windows XP with SP3, 32-Bit
- Windows 2012 R2 Server, 64-bit
- Windows 2012 Server, 64-bit
- Windows 2008 R2 Server, 64-bit
- Windows 2008 Server 64-bit
- Windows 2003 R2 Server, 32-bit
NOTE: This plug-in version included with the v5.0 driver installation requires ID Works v6.5. Customers with ID Works versions older than this must upgrade to ID Works v6.5 or continue to use the older plug-in for non-laminator printers. The older plug-in is not included in this driver installation and is available here.
This firmware has the ShellShock vulnerability patch fix and can only be installed on the SD260L, SD360, SD460, CD800, CD800 with Laminator, CD820, CE840 and CE870 Card Printers which have the D3 main control board installed. The instructions for updating firmware are included in this download. Please read and understand all instructions before upgrading the printer’s firmware. If using the Datacard XPS Card Printer Driver and SDK, we recommend downloading the latest version available.
The firmware update utility supports the following operating systems (latest service pack recommended):
- Windows 8.1 (32 and 64 bit)
- Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit)
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows Server 2008 R2 (64 bit)
XPS Card Printer firmware D2.11.56-5001 is used only on D2 main control boards.
This firmware has the ShellShock vulnerability patch fix and can only be installed on the SD260, SD260L, SD360 and CD800 Card Printers listed below. The instructions for updating firmware are included in this download. Please read and understand all instructions before upgrading the printer’s firmware.
- SD260 - All Serial Numbers
- SD260L - Serial Numbers below D11000
- SD360 - Serial Numbers below B17000
- CD800 - Serial Numbers below C20000
The firmware update utility supports the following operating systems:
- Windows 8.1, 32 and 64 bit
- Windows 7, 32 and 64 bit
- Windows XP with SP3, 32 bit
- Windows 2003 Server, 32 bit
- Windows 2008 Server 32 and 64 bit
The Configuration Utility is used to test and configure the pcProx Plus Dual Frequency 125 kHz Proximity and 13.56 Contactless Card Reader. A user guide is also installed when the program is installed.
Identive CLOUD 4000 F DTC Smart Card Driver Version 1.01
PCSC Diagnostics used to test the Identive CLOUD 4000 F DTC smart card reader
CLOUD 4000 F DTC Dual Interface Smart Card Reader boards reference manual v1.0
This is the latest firmware for the newer style SCM SCR331-DI Smart Card reader. SCM's USB Firmware Update Utility is required to download this file to the SCM reader.
This is the smartcard driver for the new SCM SCR331-DI Smart Card reader. The previous version of the smartcard driver for the old SCM SCR331-DI Smart Card reader cannot co-exist with the new version. The old version must be deleted before the new version can be installed. Refer to the smartcard manual for installation instructions to install the smartcard driver.
The Software Development Kit provides codes samples and documentation to software developers for developing Microsoft Windows applications that work with SD, CD and CE series systems and the version 5.0 XPS Card Printer Driver. Samples are provided as source code and compiled binaries for Visual C++, Visual C#, Visual Basic, and java. Developers who need application control of printing preferences, application control of card movement, or require data from the card must use the SDK.
NOTE: The v5.0 SDK requires XPS Card Printer Driver v5.0 or later. The latest driver is located on this page under the Drivers tab above.
Quick Install Guide for SD260, SD360, CD800 and CD820 Card Printers.
SD Installation and Administrators Guide (527445-001) Rev. A
This manual provides user information for the SD Series Card Printers. The manual includes: An overview of printer components and options, and a description of the system label. How to use the printer, including how to power the printer on and off, how to use the front panel and LCD menus, card processing basics, how to print a test card, and how to load and replace supplies. How to perform routine maintenance and troubleshooting tasks.
The Card Printer Driver uses Microsoft XPS print technology to support printing from currently available applications. It also supports applications developed using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008 operating systems. - About the Printer Driver - XPS Driver Installation - Driver Management Tasks - Card Design Tasks - Troubleshooting Library
The Application Programming Interface (API) built into the SD/CD/CE Series Card Printer Windows driver (referred to as “the driver”) provides two means for your application to control card personalization operations using the driver. Both use built-in Windows operating system interfaces. One means of control is the use of the driver Print Ticket. Print Ticket is a required feature of any driver using the XML Paper Specification (XPS) print driver architecture introduced with Windows Vista (and available on Windows XP when the XPS Essentials Pack is installed). Through the Print Ticket, your application can override the driver’s printing preferences on a job-by-job basis. The other means of control is the use of the Windows IBiDiSpl interface. The IBiDiSpl interface is the Microsoft preferred API for printer control. Using the IBiDiSpl interface, your application places the driver in “interactive mode” where the application has fine-grained job control and can access data on the card during the card personalization process.
This guide provides information on the SD/CD card printer plug-in used with ID Works.