The latest Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II is an offering that is guaranteed to be appreciated by speculators and buyers alike. The Nitgen Hamster II is an extremely portable optical finger print scanner on a 2.0 USB device which allows the operator to be able to take it anywhere and plug in at any time without having to deal with the loss of time in installing the device or even carrying an extra bag for it.
The best part about this extremely easy to install and user friendly mobile fingerprint reader is that it takes into account all live finger detections available within its radar vicinity disallowing any anomalies like spoof fingers to be included in the final report of the biometric data being collected for a case.
Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II is very well equipped with the provisions of support modules for the above mentioned sensors. The support modules available for this fingerprint reader included in Griaule Fingerprint SDK, Nitgen fingerprint matching SDK, the VeriFinger 6.3 SDK, the Mega Matcher 4.0 SDK and the MegaMatcherOn Card 2.1 SDK.
Nitgen Hamster II works well with operating systems like the 32 bit Microsoft Windows. The compatibility mode is well suited for the operations of the fingerprint reader.
The resolution of this device is about 500 dpi and the image capture area or the ICA in platen size comes up to an ergonomical and economical 17 x 20 mm or 0.7″ x 0.8″.
With the extremely high sensory operations this fingerprint reader is the definition of new age forensic detection technology and devices. Because of its small size and the light weight materials used in its manufacture, it is very easy to carry in the pocket all the time, anytime. However, it has to be remembered that the diminutive size of Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II, that of a mere 61 x 80 x47mm or a 2.4″ x 3.1″ x 1.9″ is not indicative of the vast scope of speedy inferences it can report. With a high data transfer rate, one can be assured that the work will be finished in the least possible time frame, giving the analyst more time to comfortably work on the report.
Another very useful fact about this tiny fingerprint reader is that it has an operating temperature that ranges between zero degrees Celsius to a 40 degree Celsius.
This is indicative of the fact that this device will work well rough weather conditions with an uninterrupted data transference flow.
The device is part of the breakthrough technological advancement in the field of forensic and biometric science and can be very useful in all the operations conducted in these areas. It records the real fingerprint and rejects the spoof ones and transfers the data efficiently and effectively with a very good speed into the computer system it has been plugged into. Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II is the best bet for better biometric security analysis.