SECUREYE, S-FB4K, Access control systems, Security Solutions, Face and fingerprint biometric devices, Professional access control, Time zone management, Anti-submarine, Alarm system

Secureye launches S-FB4K

The face and fingerprint biometric device allows organisations to control accessibility with functions such as professional access control, time zone management, and alarm system

Secureye is one of the leading brands in the industry for the last 25 years in the field of security products. Its S-FB4K is the latest IP (Ethernet & USB) enabled face and fingerprint biometric devices. The device comes with dual HD cameras to capture pictures and a 2.8″ colour TFT LCD to perform facial recognition function. It also has the traditional finger punch section with High-Resolution Optical (600 DPI) for identity verification. The device also supports two infrared ultra-bright lamps, 16 touch keys with backlight, human body induction and a card function.

Secureye S-FB4K is a powerful device that allows organizations to perform facial identity verification for 1,500 faces, extendable up to 3,000, and finger punch identification for up to 5,000 fingerprints, extendable up to 50,000. The device can manage 3,00,000 user records. The device allows organizations to control accessibility with functions such as professional access control, regular access control, time zone management, anti-submarine and alarm system.

S-FB4K works on LINUX VER3.6.5 OS, and for communication, it supports TCP/IP, WiFi (Optional) and RS485. It comes with an in-built audio output message only for conveying the transaction message (i.e.) whether or not the system has verified the user’s identity. The device also supports U disk Port (FAT32 file system), Wiegand 26/34 input port which can be an external card reader module.



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