OMNIKEY® 5321 USB reader, a secure and convenient option for logical access security from HID Global

Product Profile

OMNIKEY® products from HID Global are designed to support any smart card for any application on any computer. OMNIKEY® 5321 USB is a multi-interface reader that offers a secure and fast technology for applications, including logon to Windows®, networks, websites and applications to store user names, passwords and personal information.

The OMNIKEY® 5321 USB reader offers:

  • Dual technology
    Economically supports end-user environments where both contactless and contact smart card technology are used
  • Fast contactless transmission
    Supports contactless smart cards up to 848 Kbps in fastest ISO 14443 A/B
  • Readily compliant 
    Supports HID® iCLASS® and MIFARE® as well as ISO14443A/B and ISO15693

OMNIKEY® standardised readers are connected via USB or serial cable to a desktop computer to be placed on the desk or to be attached to a monitor. They are equally suited for laptop usage.

OMNIKEY® readers from HID are all compatible with the main operating systems from all Windows platforms to Linux and Mac OS.

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Technical Specification

Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code OMNIKEY 5321
Series OMNIKEY Series
Reader Type Proximity
Standalone/ Networkable Networkable
LED / Beep LED
Colour Grey
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 60 mA
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 115 x 96.5 x 25.5
Weight g: 160
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 90
Additional info Supports three ISO standards for contactless cards (ISO 14443 A/B and 15693), and the ISO 7816 and EMV (Europay®, MasterCard®, Visa®), Microsoft WHQL and HBCI (Home Banking Computer Interface) industry standards for contact cards. Reader supports contactless smart cards with up to 848 Kbps in the fastest ISO 14443 transmission mode.
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