Fingerprint identification padlock unlocks in less than 1s

4th July 2017
Posted By : Alice Matthews
Fingerprint identification padlock unlocks in less than 1s

Fingerprint sensor provider, Midas Touch, has announced what it claims to be the world's smallest fingerprint identification padlock. The padlock does not require a password therefore it is keyless, just using your fingerprint can easily unlock. With regards to security, the fingerprint identification system provides a higher security level than the traditional machine key. Real key-less systems offer less than 1 second unlocking time and it supports 360° one touch operation and 30 sets of fingerprint can be stored for use.

Fingerprint sensor key features:

  • Compliance with ANSI/INCIT 378 and ISO/IEC 19794-2
  • Spatial resolution : 508dpi
  • FAR : 1/100000
  • FRR : 1.59%

Fingerprint Key main features:

  • Identified time : less than 1s
  • Fingerprint capacity : 30 sets
  • Battery type : Rechargeable Li-polymer battery
  • Battery power : 4.2V 50mAh
  • Battery life : At least 1200 times (lock & unlock) per charge. At least 160 times (lock & unlock) at low battery level
  • Charging input : 5VDC at 36mA (max), USB charge port for battery charging and emergency power
  • LED indicator/ Beep tone : for unlock, lock, fingerprint mismatching, enrollment mode, low battery, charging
  • Housing material : Zinc alloys
  • Dimension : 63x28x10mm
  • Weight : 37g
  • Shackle tensile strength : 25~30Kg
  • Operating temperature : -10 ~ 40°C
  • Protection rating : IP54
  • Certificate : CE, FCC.

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