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Jcop Card/ JAVA Card/JCOP CPU smart card
Its successor, JCOP with its different versions (J2A..., J3A... etc.) is compliant with the Visa OpenPlatform Card Implementation Requirements Configuration.
JCOPJ2A040 JAVA smart card, original chip,40k EEPROM, It's the updated version of JCOP21-36K JAVA smart card, JCOP21-36K have been stop production, Although J2A040 is an upgraded version, But there are also with in-compatible cases, we suggeste customer buy sample for test and then make order
It's the contact-interfaceedition of JCOP implementation
TheJ2A080- updated versionJ2D081, available80kBEEPROM chips. is the contact-interfaceedition of JCOP implementation. This high level, but low priced product is targeted to innovative smartcard-applications at the intersection of the payment, ID, loyalty and eHealth markets.
The J3A04140K card is a Java Card with 40K of EEPROM memory. Designed withdual interfacefunctionality, Replacing the popular JCOP 31 card, the J3A features significantly faster contactless communication and updated cryptography standards. The J3A is an implementation of the Java Card 2.2.2 and Global Platform 2.1.1 basic specifications and is ISO 7816 and EMV 2000 compliant where required.
J3A081/J3D081is thedual-interface (contact/contactless) edition of JCOP. This product is targeted at the intersection of the banking, ID and transport markets. The support for a contactless interface makes this JCOP a highly convenient and integrative software.
J2L040support for EMV
Basic specifications: JCOP is an IBM implementation of the Java Card and Global Platform basic specifications including refinements from Visa International set in the Visa OpenPlatform Card Implementation Guides. All necessary clarifications from ISO7816 and EMV 2000 are also incorporated into the implementation where so required by the Java Card and Global Platform specifications.
Java Card technology provides a secure environment for applications that run on smart cards and other trusted devices with very limited memory and processing capabilities. Multiple applications can be deployed on a single card, and new ones can be added to it even after it has been issued to the end user. Java Card also includes a set of unique tools for developing new products.