HID Lumidigm V-Series V371 fingerprint access control reader

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: HID
  • Model code: Lumidigm V-Series V371
  • Series: V-series
  • Reader Type: Biometric
  • IP Rating: IP53
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The Lumidigm V371 fingerprint reader combines the biometric authentication of HID Global’s multispectral fingerprint sensors and best-in-class contactless OMNIKEY desktop card-reading technology into a single, integrated unit for strong multi-factor authentication. The Lumidigm V371 fingerprint reader is ideal for applications leveraging biometric citizen ID cards. With the easy-to-integrate and compact V371, multi-factor authentication can be effortlessly and cost-effectively implemented in applications such as government benefit distribution, voter ID, bank account applications, high-value financial transactions, healthcare eligibility verification, and e-prescribing.

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Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code Lumidigm V-Series V371
Series V-series
Reader Type Biometric
IP Rating IP53
LED / Beep LED (Blue, Green, Red)
Electrical Specifications Voltage: +5 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 79 x 124 x 63
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 60 C (32 ~ 140 F)
Additional info

The Lumidigm V371 fingerprint reader combines the biometric authentication of HID Global’s multispectral fingerprint sensors and best-in-class contactless OMNIKEY desktop card-reading technology into a single, integrated unit for strong multi-factor authentication. The Lumidigm V371 fingerprint reader is ideal for applications leveraging biometric citizen ID cards. With the easy-to-integrate and compact V371, multi-factor authentication can be effortlessly and cost-effectively implemented in applications such as government benefit distribution, voter ID, bank account applications, high-value financial transactions, healthcare eligibility verification, and e-prescribing.

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