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Thales Cogent DactyScan84c

Buy DactyScan84c
at Biometric Supply,

a subsidiary of Neurotechnology.

Standard version
Thales Cogent (Green Bit) DactyScan84c fingerprint scanner, Standard version, general view
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Flat top version
Thales Cogent (Green Bit) DactyScan84c fingerprint scanner, Flat top version, general view
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DactyScan84c from Thales Cogent is an optical live fingerprint reader with large platen. The reader is capable to capture 4-slap and 2-thumbs fingerprints, allowing to collect all 10 fingerprints using 4+4+2 method. Also the DactyScan84c can capture single rolled and flat fingerprints.

The device is certified by FBI as compliant with FBI IAFIS IQS CJIS-RS-0010 (V7) Appendix F. Also it is compliant with ANSI/NIST-ITL-1-2007, ANSI/NIST-ITL-1-2000 and ISO/IEC 19794-4 standards.

Support modules for this scanner are included in MegaMatcher 13.1 SDK, MegaMatcher On Card 13.1 SDK and VeriFinger 13.1 SDK.


Scanner Name Thales Cogent Multifinger Scanner DactyScan84c
Manufacturer Thales S.A.
previously manufactured by Green Bit S.p.A.
Connection USB 2.0
Supported OS (*) Microsoft Windows
Linux (x86-64)
Resolution 500 ppi
Image capture area (Platen size) 81 x 76 mm (3.2" x 3.0")
Sensor type Optical
Device size 148 x 152 x 148 mm (5.8" x 6.0" x 5.8") - standard version
148 x 152 x 121 mm (5.8" x 6.0" x 4.8") - flat top version
Device weight 1.4 kg (3.1 lbs.)
Operating temperature 0°C ~ +50°C
Operating humidity 10% ~ 90% (non-condensing)

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

Where to order this device?

Buy DactyScan84c (as Green Bit DactyScan84c) at Biometric Supply – a subsidiary of Neurotechnology.

Other scanners from the manufacturer

Neurotechnology SDKs also include support modules for these fingerprint scanners from Thales:


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