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.
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.
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).
The Cross Match Patrol and Patrol ID fingerprint readers are designed for quick fingerprint capture in various conditions. Both 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.
The Patrol ID reader is able to capture only flat fingerprints: four-finger slaps, dual thumbs or single flats.
The Patrol reader is a more complex model that is able to capture both rolled and flat fingerprints.