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Fingerprint Scanners

by Gaurav Srivastava Digital Marketing Manager
MFS 100OPTICAL FINGERPRINT SENSOR - STQC certified single finger scanner MFS100 is a high-quality USB fingerprint sensor for fingerprint authentication in desktop or network security. MFS100 is based
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Review on Fingerprint Scanners

NEXT Biometrics offers the NB-3023-U-UID Reader together with a Level-0 Registered Device Service (RDS) for Microsoft Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, Linux, and Android. Level-0 RDS implementations are also STQC certified.
Suprema RealScan-G10 is a compact live fingerprint reader that is able to capture flat and rolled fingerprints.

The RealScan-G10 is certified by the FBI as IAFIS IQS Appendix Fcompliant fingerprint scanner. The device is also compliant to IDENT, US-VISIT and DHS requirements.

The scanner is able to capture plain ten-prints using four-finger slaps and dual-thumbs capture. Single flat and rolled fingerprints capture is also supported.

The manufacturer specifies that RealScan-G10 features rugged IP54-rated casing, meaning that the device is sealed against dust and splashing of water. Also specified the anti-shock and anti-vibration inner structure with rubber in-mold housing.

The scanner provides an auto-capture of fingerprints with the ability to detect finger slippage. Wet and dry fingers are captured easily.

Key Features

USB 2.0 High-speed (Data & Power)
Supports Windows and Linux
Wide & solid, the RealScan-G10s 3.5-inch platen is the largest size in its class and ensures easier capturing when placing hands. The solid & scratch-free surfaces make it durable for many kinds of stains & damages.

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About Gaurav Srivastava Committed   Digital Marketing Manager

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