MorphoWave XP Contactless Fingerprint Reader
Product Code: Morphowave XP MD
- RTouchless fingerprint scanning
- RHigh throughput with up to 60 users/min
- RAccurate & fast
- RUp to 100K user records in 1:n
- RMulti-factor authentication capability with built-in RFID & BLE readers
- RCustomizable large display
About the product
The MorphoWave XP Contactless Fingerprint reader scans and verifies 4 fingerprints in less than 1 second, through a fully touchless hand wave gesture..
This reader is an eXtended Performance biometric reader for the most demanding projects; up to 100K user records in 1:n mode, up to 60 people per minute, with a large color tactile screen for user interaction, and time and attendances use cases
Embedded with the latest advances in the use of Artificial Intelligence, this ergonomic biometric reader works efficiently with wet, dry, dirty hands or even damaged fingerprints.
In addition, the card reader of MorphoWave™ natively supports HID Prox, iClass, MIFARE, DESFire, and mobile access control solutions. It is also capable of scanning printed QR codes for visitor
The MorphoWave XP Contactless Fingerprint reader can be seamlessly connected to our range of top-of-the-line controllers, including the SDC-650 Multiple Door Controller (via OSDP), the SDC-620 Wiegand Door Controller (via Wiegand/OSDP), and the SDC-320 Wiegand Two Door Controller (via Wiegand). In addition, it can be connected to the SEB-722 remote IO expansion board (via Wiegand).
Each reader must be connected to the network (Ethernet) to allow for template management (fingerprint enrolment, editing and removal) using our native SACS interface.
When a user swipes their hand at the reader, the reader transmits the corresponding user identifier number to the door controller for analysis, based on predetermined access rules. The controller then determines the access permission, which is subsequently conveyed to the reader. The reader, in turn, provides the appropriate feedback to the user through the use of its touchscreen display and buzzer signals, reflecting the determined access permission status.