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[Secutech2014] Korea30: KJTECH latest door access system

[Secutech2014] Korea30: KJTECH latest door access system
KJTECH , the Korean manufacturer in access control security industry, brings its latest version of door access product to the event. The KJ-3500F/H is strengthened in the capability of fingerprint recognition. The new model features superb algorithm with a matching speed of 0.1 sec for 2,000 fingerprints, and 1 sec for 50,000 fingerprints.

KJTECH , the Korean manufacturer in access control security industry, brings its latest version of door access product to the event. The KJ-3500F/H is strengthened in the capability of fingerprint recognition. The new model features superb algorithm with a matching speed of 0.1 sec for 2,000 fingerprints, and 1 sec for 50,000 fingerprints. This meets the need of managing access of staff and visitors in big-site factories and buildings. Besides, the new model is upgraded in image reading ability. Built in new multi spectral imaging sensor, The KJ-3500F/H is excellent in capturing fingerprints while the hands are dry, wet or dirty.

While anti-fake fingerprints has been a challenge to the suppliers, KJTECH has developed and showed in the event KJ-3300. The fingerprint terminal is enhanced with spoof detection, built with multi spectral imaging seneor. It is expected to be a widely popular modes in the market.

Features
* 1.3M pixel camera embedded to guarantee higher level of access control & time attendance
* Multi spectral imaging sensor captures clean and clear fingerprints by reducing interference from environmental factors.

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