Windows users should not need to install any drivers. Drivers self-install on all Windows platforms. These drivers are for rare use on legacy Windows platforms only.
Please contact us (email@example.com) before using these drivers.
SGT111/SGT114/SGT116/SGT117/SGT118/SGT119/SGT121/SGT122 Windows XP/Vista/Win7 Drivers (.zip 4.5MB)
SGT111/SGT114/SGT116/SGT117/SGT118/SGT119/SGT121/SGT122 Windows 98/2000 Drivers (.zip 2.0MB)
SGT111/SGT114/SGT116/SGT117/SGT118/SGT119/SGT121/SGT122 CCID Drivers (.zip 4.5MB)
To determine if your reader has properly self-installed on a Windows workstation, go to Windows Device Manager (right-click on Computer (This PC in Windows 8/10), select Properties and select Device Manager). You should see a list of devices similar to the list below. There should be a category entitled Smart card readers and if you click on it, it should show a device named Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF) or similar.
Reinstall Micrsoft Windows Driver for Stanley Global Readers (Windows XP SP2 - Windows 10)
To reinstall the Windows driver, the reader most first be removed from Windows Device Manager. To do so, keep the reader plugged into the USB port. In Windows Device Manager, go into the Smart card readers and right click on the "Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF)" or other reader that may be listed and select uninstall device. Then reboot your computer/device. Windows will refresh the driver with the most recent and suitable driver. Assure "Microsoft Usbccid Smartcard Reader (WUDF)" now appears in device manager.
To further test your reader, insert a CAC, PIV or any chip and pin credit card into the reader while the reader is plugged into your computer/device. Another category should appear in Windows Device Manager below the Smart card readers category entitled "Smart cards". If you remove/insert your card from the reader, the Smart Cards category should toggle on and off.
Note these fixes apply to nearly any manufacturer's USB smart card reader.
Mac OS Install (.zip 6KB) (updated 7/29/11)
Note to Mac OS: No driver is required for SGT111-7, SGT111-8, SGT111-8c, SGT111-9, SGT117XE-3, SGT117XE-4, SGT118-6, SGT118-6c, SGT119XM-4, SGTiall-2 and SGTiall-2c
OS X will self-install an EMV Smart Card reader driver automatically. To determine if these readers are properly installed go to:
/ About This Mac / System Report... / Hardware / USB. An "EMV Smartcard Reader" device should be present.
Macintosh Installer for older SGT smart card readers (.dmg Disk Image File) for Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13 (Mountain Lion, Mavericks OS, Yosemite OS, El Capitan, Sierra. High Sierra)
Mac OS Installer (.zip file containing OS X Disk Image File 226KB) (updated 1/3/15 - Use archive utility to decompress)
For OS X versions 10.11 and newer. You may have to turn SIP off to install driver:
DOD and US Govt Macintosh users please reference http://militarycac.com/apple.htm for additional install procedures
SGT111/SGT114/SGT116/SGT117/SGT118/SGT119/SGT121/SGT122/SGTiall/ Linux Driver (.bz2
Also see: https://ccid.apdu.fr/
Note to DOD CAC/PIV Users:
The above software and the software included on your CD is not required nor recommended for DOD CAC use. Consult your Command's IT Officer.
The SGT111-7, SGT111-8, SGT111-8c, SGT117XE-3, SGT117XE-4, SGT118-6, SGT118-6c, SGT119XM-4, SGTiall-2 and SGTiall-2c self-install and are compatible with Android versions 5 and higher. No drivers are required. Please note that not all Android smart phones and tablets support smart card readers. Contact your phone or tablet manufacturer to see if your device supports smart card readers.