13 Oct The ievo Fingerprint Access Control Reader – Explained
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Want to know everything about the ievo access control systems before purchasing? Our technical datasheet provides you with in depth detail on each of the ievo features. In a snapshot, here are the top 5 things you need to know;
Multi spectral imaging sensor:
The ievo sensor technology will obtain the finger print image through water, dust, dirt, oils, creams and even some latex gloves. An IP rated case enables ievo to be used in the harshest of environments.
Internal Access Control System:
One to many matching up to 8000 users: At 8000 Capacity recognition time is on average under 2 seconds
Vandal resistant: The ievo reader has no screen which is the easiest part of any reader to vandalise, it has no keypad which is also another area of concern. The ievo case is manufactured in a polycarb ABS mix offering both flexibility and rigidity. Couple this with a toughened glass sensor and piezo button the ievo reader can withstand a large range of attacks.
Access Control Reader:
Integrates into existing card, fob & proximity systems: ievo has been designed to seamlessly integrate into existing card and fob systems by utilising the original manufacturers controllers through the use of wiegand inputs and outputs. ievo offers installers the opportunity to offer reliable and superior biometric fingerprint software to all of its new and existing clients.
Software for fingerprint:
Can be manufactured in any custom colour: By simply providing ievo a colour RAL number we can supply you with the required number of readers to exactly match your colour. This has proven to be essential when specifying into new builds with corporate colour requirements. We will also hold a total order percentage as backup stock of your colour reader for a future add on to your system.
Not to mention that we offer you a variety of integrators to choose from including; Paxton, Nortech, BSB, ACT and Inner Range to name but a few.