Anviz Global launches C2 Pro fingerprint terminal

June 19, 2015 - 

Anviz Global has released C2 Pro, a biometric time and attendance fingerprint terminal that is designed in designed for all end-users, particularly medium and large sized enterprises.

C2 Pro performs a fingerprint scan in less than 0.5 seconds, which is significantly faster than competing products with an average scan of 0.8 to 1 seconds.

The fingerprint terminal has an A20 Dual Core, 1 GHz processor that allows to store 5,000 fingerprints and up to 100,000 records.

Designed in an ergonomic and light style for a comfortable operation, C2 Pro is both easy to install and use.

C2 Pro features a 3.5” High Definition and True Color display and provides three recognition modes — fingerprint, password and ID card — for additional security.

The fingerprint terminal is compatible with most card readers, including EM, HID Prox, IClass and Mifare, ALLEGION.

The device also employs ProLinu, an exclusive operational system developed by Anviz engineers to make it more secure and stable.

C2 Pro’s connectivity interfaces offer a range of methods to obtain accurate and quick information, including via TCI/IP, WiFi, USB flash drive HOST and RS232.

Users can take advantage of its WiFi capabilities to install and connect the device wireless to the printer, while the USB flash drive Host enables users to upload and download data and attendance records of the staff.

Finally, users are able to receive real-time reports with CrossChex Cloud, an intelligent management system of access control and time attendance devices, which can be applied to all Anviz access controls and time attendances.

Previously reported, Anviz Global recently partnered with distribution company Megapar Ingenieria SA to provide security solutions for the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport in Asuncion, Paraguay.

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