SecuGen’s popular and versatile fingerprint reader that is FBI Certified and STQC Certified.
Featuring a comfortable, ergonomic design.
Top Notch Technology
Humans have been using biometrics for identification since the Stone Age. Historians believe that finger and hand prints alongside cave paintings were used as the artist’s signature. The modern concept of using fingerprint as a unique identifier started in the 19th century when Sir Willam Herschel used handprints on the backside of his workers contracts.
SecuGen Fingerprint Reader
By automatically adjusting the brightness of the sensor, Smart Capture allows the fingerprint reader to capture high quality fingerprints from a wide range of difficult fingers such as dry, wet, scarred, aged skin or even in bright ambient conditions like being under direct sunlight.