Fingerprints are a unique property of an individual. No two humans – even identical twins – have exactly the same fingerprints. Even two fingers from the same hand of an individual fail to give a 100% match. This uniqueness of fingerprints has rendered it to be a widely used biometric in the world of identification.
Secugen, one of the world’s largest fingerprint device vendors, has come up with Secugen Hamster Plus for making fingerprinting experience easier and much more convenient. It is an improvised and updated version of Secugen’s versatile fingerprint reader and promises to be a lot more user-friendly. The Secugen Hamster Plus USB Fingerprint Scanner is designed in a compact manner and armed with Auto-on and Smart-capture facilities. The company guarantees that the Secugen sensor attached with the fingerprint reader is by far the most advanced. Equipped with SEIR fingerprint biometric technology, this fingerprint reader contains a prism that is absolutely resistant to shock, vibration, corrosion and even scratches.
Secugen Hamster Plus works in two ways. Firstly, the Auto-on senses the presence of any finger in its vicinity. Auto-on is devised with the Automatic Finger Placement Detection Technology that allows it to scan the finger immediately after the finger touches the sensor.
In the next step, the Smart Capture takes over. By adjusting the brightness of the Secugen sensor, the Smart Capture aids in capturing distortion-free images. The scanner’s optics ensures high quality images of even the most difficult fingers including dry, moist, scarred or aged fingers.
Thus the light-weight, portable Secugen Hamster Plus heralds a new era in fingerprinting technology. It lets one’s fingers act as digital passwords that can never be lost or forgotten and therefore can be used thoroughly for authentication and verification purposes.
With a USB connection and a Driver CD, this optical fingerprint reader totally enhances user-friendliness and can be safely used in Medical information systems, Bank and Financial systems or even in personal computers.