The U.are.U 4500 Module is intended for integration into devices like PC keyboards, POS terminals or kiosks, entry and/or attendance control devices, etc. Technically the module is an OEM version of optical U.are.U 4500 fingerprint reader without metal case.
The module is sealed from dust and designed to be easily mounted into various hardware. U.are.U 4500 module is available in standard and small footprint form factors.
Technically the FS51 module is an FS50 scanner without plastic case and USB cable. The module is intended for customers who want to integrate rolled or single/dual flat fingerprint scanner into their own hardware like handheld ID verification machine, portable voter registration station, etc.
The FS51 is FIPS 201 / PIV compliant device and is listed in the US General Services Administration (GSA) FIPS 201 Evaluation Program Approved Product List. The scanner features large platen area (1.6″ x 1.5″) that allows to scan single or dual flat fingerprints, or single rolled fingerprint.
Futronic FS81 is an OEM module version of FS80 fingerprint scanner. The module includes a CMOS sensor with precise optical system for fingerprint capture. The optical system allows to capture fingerprint images without any distortions.
Problematic fingerprints (wet, dry or blurred) can be reliably scanned with the module as it uses infra-red LEDs for finger illumination. Image quality optimization is obtained by automatical adjustment of illumination intensity for each finger.
FS81 module has rugged sensor with a crown glass scanning window (14 mm thickness).
Futronic FS83 serial Fingerprint Authentication Module (sFAM) is suitable for using as a remote scanner or as an embedded module.
The module can be embedded into access control device, point of sales machine, electronic safe or other similar device. 4 wires serial interface allows to control the module from any host computer. The manufacturer specifies that the module itself is also able to store and recognize fingerprint templates thus it can be used as an embedded fingerprint recognition device.
Note, that power adapter or power supply are not included with sFAM.
Futronic FS84 ethernet Fingerprint Authentication Module (eFAM) is suitable for using as a remote scanner or as an embedded module.
The module can be controlled by any host system via Ethernet (TCP/IP). 4 wires serial interface is also available. The manufacturer specifies that the module itself is also able to store and recognize fingerprint templates thus it can be used as an embedded fingerprint recognition device.
The module is able to control an external relay via an output channel. Also it can read information via 2 input channels from external sources like door sensor or switch.
Technically the FS88 module is an FS88H scanner without plastic case and USB cable. The module is intended for customers who want to integrate FS88 into their own products, like handheld POS devices or portable voter registration stations.
The FS88 scanner is FIPS 201 / PIV compliant device and is listed in the US General Services Administration (GSA) FIPS 201 Evaluation Program Approved Product List. The FS88 sensor is rugged enough to be used in mobile solutions that may require heavy user interaction in various environments.
The IriShield USB MO 2120 is a ready-to-integrate component for single iris capture. The component includes a camera module and an USB board. Low power consumption and mobile OS support makes it suitable for using in various embedded or handheld solutions.
Each eye is illuminated by infrared LED, thus irises can be captured in various indoor and outdoor environments. The captured iris images are compliant with ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard.
IriShield – USB MK 2120U – a ready-to-use end user iris camera based on this hardware is also available.
The V300 series fingerprint sensors from Lumidigm are based on company’s patented multispectral imaging technology. The technology allows to scan both finger’s surface and subsurface tissues thus allowing to capture high quality fingerprint images even from problematic fingers like wet, dry, dirty or affected by age and/or environment related changes.
The multispectral imaging technology also allows to reject fake or spoof fingers by capturing detailed surface and deep tissue data.
The sensors can be integrated to various devices as they use USB or RS-232 connection interfaces.