The Cross Match Guardian USB and FW are part of optical fingerprint scanners family intended for fast capture of all 10 fingerprints. The scanners are certified by FBI for both civil ID flats and full criminal ten-print flats. Scanners image quality complies with FBI’s IAFIS Appendix F specification.
These Guardian scanners are available as different models with high-speed USB 2.0 or IEEE 1394 (FireWire) interfaces, and options for rolled or flat-only fingerprints capture.
Scanner’s manufacturer specifies that scanner’s case is rugged to provide high tolerance for shock and vibration. The platen is heatened to eliminate condensation and halo effect. The scanner includes easy to understand pictograms, fully automatic image capture and instant quality check feedback to the user using LEDs.
The DactyScan26i is the most compact 1” x 1” fingerprint scanner on the market today. Its 10 3-color led based graphical user interface facilitates the acquisition process.
Thus it allows for integration in a wide range of applications: civil identification, e-id document issuing, border control and other public authority related applications.
SecuGen Hamster Plus is an USB 2.0 optical fingerprint scanner. The Hamster Plus is based on a rugged and advanced optical sensor using patented SEIR fingerprint biometric technology.
SecuGen iD-USB SC is based on the same fingerprint sensor. It features fingerprint scanner and smart card reader in one device.
iD-USB SC/PIV from SecuGen is an USB device that combines fingerprint scanner and smart card reader. The device is certified by FBI as PIV-071006 (FIPS-201) compliant fingerprint reader.
The fingerprint scanner uses the same PIV-certified sensor as SecuGen’s Hamster IV. The optical sensor features automatic finger placement detection that is used for enabling fingerprint scanning.
The embedded smart card reader is based on HID OMNIKEY 3121 hardware. It is compliant with ISO7816 and EMV 2000 level 1 standards. 5V, 3V and 1.8V smart cards are accepted. The reader supports PC/SC and PC/SC-based APIs.