Biometric Fingerprint Access Control System Mtech
Biometric Fingerprint access control system offers High-speed processor and better-quality hardware leads to excellent performance and high stability. It’s easy to connect with third parties such as electric lock, door sensor and exit button for door access control application.
Biometric Acess control system supports both standalone and network comes with free software for management. It’s very suitable for factories, banks, schools, and many other places.
Biometric Access Control system can be implemented to regulate access among computer networks, financial transactions, or transportation systems. The main purpose of biometrics in these applications is to determine or verify someone’s identity in order to prevent unauthorized people from accessing protected resources.
Unlike code- and password-based systems or access card systems, which rely on information that can be forgotten or items that can be lost, biometrics techniques provide access based on who people are rather than what they have in their possession.
Biometric Access control uses fingerprints, irises, hand geometries, voice patterns, or DNA information, and although there are certain limitations to biometric capabilities, an effective system can precisely identify an individual based on these factors.
Biometric access control system is composed of four main types of components: a sensor device, a quality assessment unit, feature comparison and matching unit, and a database.
Biometric Fingerprint scanners
Biometric fingerprint scanners have a different number of fingerprint scanning capabilities from 5000 to 10000.
Biometric Fingerprint reader or scanning device is used to obtain the necessary verification data from a person. For example, in fingerprint biometrics applications, an optical sensor is employed to produce an image of the ridge structure at a fingertip, and this image serves as the basis for further access control activity.
Biometric Data quality assessment
biometric data gathered by the Biometric fingerprint scanner sensor device must be evaluated to gauge whether it is suitable for processing. Typically, an algorithm designed for signal enhancement is applied to the data in order to improve its quality, but if the quality is insufficient for processing, the user may be asked to resubmit the data. After processing, a specific set of features is selected from the overall data set to represent the qualifying identity trait. In fingerprint scanning, the relative positions of small ridge points can be extracted for use as a biometric measure.
Biometric Comparison and Matching
Biometric fingerprint data is compared to the stored templates and matched with any identical points. The number of matching points between the input and the template provides a match score, which can fluctuate between readings depending on the quality of the collected data. The matching device in a biometric system usually includes a decision-making apparatus that relies on the match score to either confirm a person’s identity or to determine the identity by correlating the score to a ranked list of possible identities stored in the database.
Biometric Fingerprint database
Biometric system database stores all the information needed for processing biometric readings. When establishing access control parameters, the feature template is input into the database, sometimes along with biographical information specific to the user in order to enhance security levels. The parameter setting and data gathering processes may be automated or under a technician’s supervision.
Biometric Fingerprint Access control one door solution
Biometric fingerprint Access Control is designed for the user to use exit switch when coming out of the building, it’s also possible to exit the building by use of biometric known as FR1200 Biometric terminal going for 11,000 +VAT
|Zkteco F18 fingerprint Access Control Terminal||1||18,000|
|8 Core Alarm Cable||1||2,500|
|Power Supply Unit + battery||1||6,500|
There are other Fingerprint Access control system which can be substituted with Zkteco F18 fingerprint scanner,
Zkteco Zk iClock 880 Access Control and Time & Attendance @ 45,000+VAT
Zkteco Zk iClock 680 Access Control and Time & Attendance @ 40,000 +VAT
Zkteco F18 Fingerprint Access Control terminal
F18 Access control terminal is an innovative biometric fingerprint & RFID card reader for access control applications.
Zkteco F18 Fingerprint access control terminal device offers flexibility to be installed standalone or with any third party access control controllers that support Wiegand protocol. If used standalone, another Access Control device can be connected as a slave on the other side of the door as shown in the diagram below.
ZKTeco F18 has a TFT-LCD color screen for easy access to device settings and enrollment of new users. Alternatively, a standalone fingerprint reader can be used for enrollment. TCP/IP and RS485 interfaces are used to connect the unit to the network.
Fingerprint Access Control installation diagram
Zkteco F18 Futures
- 1 touch a-second user recognition
- Fingerprint reader with durable and highly accurate ZK optical sensor
- Stores 3000 templates, 5,000 CARDS and 30,000 transactions
- Reads Fingerprint and/or CARD
- OPTIONAL integrated smart CARD reader
- Built-in Serial and Ethernet ports
- Tamper-proofs switch and alarm outputs
- Request-to-exit and alarm contacts
- Audio-Visual indications for acceptance and rejection of valid/invalid fingers
Zkteco Zk iClock 880 Access Control and Time & Attendance
Zkteco iClock S880 is an RFID terminal for time & attendance and access control applications. It adopts a brand new firmware and provides an unprecedented user experience with stunning GUI, rock-solid stability, fast matching speed, and expandability.
iClock S880 fingerprint access control Users can easily manage data by networking iClock S880 via RS232/485, TCP/IP, and USB client. Most importantly, all the functions can still operate in a networking state. iClock S880 is compatible with various types of USB flash disks, ADMS and former SDK. It also supports data backup and retrieves to avoid the risk of accidental deletion.
iClock S880 fingerprint access control futures
- PUSH: Real-time HTTPS communication. Data is sent encrypted to ensure protection and security.
- Optional 3G communication, ideal for facilities services and remote installations
- Camera for buddy punching and uniform control
- Combined T&A and Access Control feature.
- Attendance Event management function keys
Zkteco Zk iClock 680 Access Control and Time & Attendance
iClock 680 is a biometric fingerprint reader for time & attendance and access control applications. It adopts a brand new firmware and provides an unprecedented user experience with stunning GUI, rock-solid stability, fast matching speed, and expandability.
Zkteco iClock 680 access control Users can easily manage data by networking iClock680 via RS232/485, TCP/IP, and USB client. Most importantly, all the functions can still operate in a networking state. iClock680 is compatible with various types of USB flash disks, ADMS, and former SDK. It also supports data backup and retrieves to avoid the risk of accidental deletion.
Zkteco iClock 680 access control futures
- Time & Attendance device with a camera
- Fingerprints, EM RFID card, and keypad
- 000 recordings / 200.000 records
- TCP/IP, USB, RS232, RS485
- Function buttons for time & attendance
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