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This is where the powerful yet easy-to-use configuration software comes to the rescue. The pcProx USB configuration application configures the reader's output with various formatting options. Once configured, pcProx takes the proximity card's identification information and sends it as keystrokes as if the user typed it.
pcProx-USB can be programmed to parse facility and ID codes, drop parity bits, and format the data length. In addition, it can add keystrokes to the beginning, middle, or after the card data prior to sending the resultant output as keystrokes. This is all accomplished using the configuration utility. Once configured, pcProx holds this information in its non-volitile memory.
When pcProx is deployed, no software is needed. It uses standard USB drivers supplied by the operating system such as Windows and Macintosh.