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Jstac Athena 210

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Jstac Athena 210 fingerprint scanner, general view
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Athena 210 from Jstac Corporation is an optical fingerprint scanner with USB connection. The scanner includes image auto-calibration technology that allows to scan wet or dry fingerprints.

Support modules for this scanner are included in MegaMatcher 5.0 SDK, MegaMatcher On Card 3.3 SDK, VeriFinger 7.0 SDK and Free Fingerprint Verification SDK.

Specifications

Scanner Name Athena 210
Manufacturer Jstac Corporation
Connection USB
Supported OS (*) Microsoft Windows (32bit)
Resolution 500 ppi
Image capture area (Platen size) 13 x 16 mm (0.5" x 0.6")
Fingerprint image size 256 x 320 pixels
Sensor type Optical
Device size 68 x 27 x 28 mm (2.7" x 1.1" x 1.0")
Device weight 65 grams (0.1 lbs)
Operating temperature +20°C ~ +85°C

* These operating systems are supported by Neurotechnology SDKs. Device manufacturers may have different lists of supported operating systems.

 

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