HID Global invited IFSEC 2008 visitors to view the latest in secure identity solutions

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HID Global, the trusted leader in providing access and ID management solutions for the delivery of Secure Identity, invited IFSEC 2008 attendees to its stand to view the latest in secure identity solutions.  Visitors were also welcome to view a live demonstration of "a day in the life of a card", where real-life solutions were shown.

HID's cost-effective solutions for logical and physical access control include SmartTOUCH™, the flexible, highly secure and stylish contactless smart card reader.  Designed for a wide variety of applications from entry level access control to secure ID management.  Its unique capabilities, such as reading any MIFARE® sector and/or DESFire® application data file, meet all installation requirements.

SmartTOUCH™ not only verifies the vaildity of a MIFARE or DESFire card, it also verifies that the person who presents the card is its rightful owner.  A scan of the fingerprint of the cardholder is stored on the secure part of the card.  Only when there is a match between the finger scanned and the template stored on the card, the card data is transmitted.  With the addition of PIN, the SmartTOUCH™ offers a triple level of security.

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Technical Specification

Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code SmartTOUCH SBK10
Series SmartID Series
Reader Type Biometric
Standalone/ Networkable Standalone
Mount Type Mullion mount
Keypad Integrated Yes
Read Range mm <30 mm read range
LED / Beep LED / Beep
Colour Silver
Wiegand Interface Yes
Clock-and-Data Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 8 ~ 24 V DC
Power Consumption: 5W
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 192 x 50 x 43
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 60
Operating Humidity %: 30 ~ 80
Additional info

Fingerprint sensor type CMOS.  Fingerprint sensor size 13 x 13 mm.  Fingerprint sensor resolution 250 dpi.

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