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5:23 AM
@Marla yeah, the CT specs to the old australian standard are not very easy to read - CT's to the newer IEC/Australian standard state the maximum VA for that reason
 
 
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JRE
8:42 AM
@Mr.Wizard: I was half done answering your chat comment when you deleted it. Did you change your mind?
 
9:05 AM
@JRE Pardon me, I didn't think anyone was around.
 
JRE
9:23 AM
I'm always "here" (page is always open) but not necessarily looking at the page. No time to write a good reply now. Do you still need pointers on writing a good question?
@Mr.Wizard: I'm always "here" (page is always open) but not necessarily looking at the page. No time to write a good reply now. Do you still need pointers on writing a good question?
 
 
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Q: Credit card testing using iPP320 and Arduino

Godwin ThomasHi I was able to connect the iPP320 and Arduino to my computer and use C# for testing different usecases of a credit card. Now my question is I am using a single test card for the process. Is it possible to load multiple images on a single chip/wand so that I can test more than 10 cards with a si...

Let me just 'load' some of those credit card numbers on that card for you
 

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