Vanderbilt Proface X TD Facial Recognition Terminal with Temperature Detection

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: Proface X TD
  • Reader Type: Biometric
  • Mount Type: Surface mount
  • Wiegand Interface: Yes
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ProFace X [TD] i is designed to deal with all kinds of scenarios. Powered by the ZKTeco-customized CPU for running the intellectualized engineeringfacial recognition algorithm and the latest computer vision technology, ProFace X [TD] supports both facial and palm verification with large capacity and rapid recognition speed, boosting the security performance in all aspects. ProFace X [TD] also helps eliminate hygiene concerns; not only because of the contactless recognition technology it is equipped with, but also becauseof the new functions namely skin temperature detection and masked individual identification.

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code Proface X TD
Reader Type Biometric
Mount Type Surface mount
Wiegand Interface Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 227 x 143 x 26
Weight g: 740
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: -30 ~ +60 C (-22 ~ +140 F)
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 90
Additional info

ProFace X [TD] i is designed to deal with all kinds of scenarios. Powered by the ZKTeco-customized CPU for running the intellectualized engineering
facial recognition algorithm and the latest computer vision technology, ProFace X [TD] supports both facial and palm verification with large capacity and rapid recognition speed, boosting the security performance in all aspects.

ProFace X [TD] also helps eliminate hygiene concerns; not only because of the contactless recognition technology it is equipped with, but also because
of the new functions namely skin temperature detection and masked individual identification.

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