The RealScan-D from Suprema is an optical live fingerprint reader. The device is certified by FBI as suitable for civil and forensic AFIS.
RealScan-D features fingerprint sensor with large platen that allows to scan two flat fingerprints simultaneously, as well as single rolled or flat fingerprints.
The manufacturer specifies that the scanner provides high quality capture for wet and dry fingers. Scanner’s design allows to use it in kiosk applications.
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.
Futronic’s FS82 USB 2.0 Fingerprint Smart Card Scanner is a combination of FS80H fingerprint scanner hardware and ISO7816 smart card reader.
The fingerprint and smart card readers can be used together for two-factor authentication. A fingerprint template is stored on smart card and can be compared with a fingerprint scanned with the fingerprint scanner. Also the fingerprint reader and smartcard reader can be used separately.
The fingerprint reader part features precise optics and infra-red illumination that allow to scan wet, dry, blurred and other problematic fingerprints reliably.
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.