DactyScan84c from Green Bit is an optical live fingerprint reader with large platen. The reader is capable to capture 4-slap and 2-thumbs fingerprints, allowing to collect all 10 fingerprints using 4+4+2 method. Also the DactyScan84c can capture single rolled and flat fingerprints.
The device is certified by FBI as compliant with FBI IAFIS IQS CJIS-RS-0010 (V7) Appendix F. Also it is compliant with ANSI/NIST-ITL-1-2007, ANSI/NIST-ITL-1-2000 and ISO/IEC 19794-4 standards.
Futronic FS28 is an autonomous fingerprint scanner. The scanner uses Bluetooth interface for connecting with a host device, like PC, tablet or smart phone. FS28 can also be connected to the host via USB port.
FS28 fingerprint reader was certified by the FBI as PIV-071006 / FIPS-201 compliant, making it suitable for using in U.S. government systems. It can be also used for various applications like field usage by law enforcement officers, attendance check in remote locations etc.
The device features a built-in LCD screen with 128 x 64 pixel resolution. There are also four buttons for operating the device. The device can report its status via red/blue LED or buzzer.
The DactyScan40i from Green Bit is an optical fingerprint reader that is able to capture dual flat fingerprints and single rolled or flat fingerprints. The scanner is certified by FBI as IAFIS IQS Appendix F and PIV compliant.
The manufacturer specifies that the scanner is compact, has low power consumption from USB port, and thus is suitable for high-traffic mobile ID solutions, like border control, on-the-road identification, passport issuance etc. The device has also 10 LEDs (one for each finger) for more convenient capture of all 10 fingerprints from a person.
Futronic’s FS88H is an enhanced version of FS80H fingerprint scanner. The FS88H was certified by FBI to be compliant with PIV-071006 Image Quality Specification for Single Finger Reader. The scanner is also listed in the US General Services Administration (GSA) FIPS 201 Evaluation Program Approved Product List. The FS88H meets the US Federal Information Processing Standard 201 (FIPS 201) for Personal Identification Verification (PIV) of Federal Employees and Contractors.
The scanner is suitable for high-traffic applications like border control, identity card, driver license, election or any other type of civilian AFIS, as it is able to capture high quality fingerprint images almost without distortions and has a rugged sensor.