This fingerprint scanner is made of a Lumidigm V300 series sensor in a metallic case that is IP65 compliant.
The scanner uses Lumidigm patented multispectral imaging technology that allows to scan both finger’s surface and subsurface tissues. High quality fingerprint images can be captured 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 device shell has IP65 rating, meaning that the scanner’s internals are completely sealed and protected from dust and water projected from a nozzle.
iD-USB SC from SecuGen is an USB device that combines fingerprint scanner and smart card reader.
The fingerprint scanner uses the same sensor as SecuGen’s Hamster Plus. 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.
DactyID20 from Green Bit is a FAP ID 20 PIV-certified single fingerprint reader. The manufacturer specifies that the scanner features hardware-based fake finger detection. Also specified that the device has IP54 rating An OEM module is also available from the manufacturer.
EikonTouch 710 from DigitalPersona is a PIV (FIPS 201) certified fingerprint reader, based on TCS1C capacitive sensor.
The manufacturer specifies that the device has SteelCoat coating, which can withstand more than 2 million touches. Also specified the rugged IP63-rated casing, meaning that the device is sealed from contact with dust and withstands spraying water.