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.
A V302 sensor in IP65 shell is also available.
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.
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 Kojak is a compact ten-finger biometric scanner which is manufactured by Integrated Biometrics.
The reader is based on proprietary LES (Light Emitting Sensor) technology, which ensures high-quality fingerprint scanning even when dirty, dry or rough fingers are scanned. The large platen allows to capture four-print slaps, dual thumbs and single flats. Also, the scanner can capture rolled fingerprints.
The manufacturer specifies that the device has low power consumption and light weight, which make it suitable for mobile applications.