Matrix releases multispectral fingerprint readers for enterprises

September 1, 2016 - 

Security and telecom solutions firm Matrix is now offering COSEC DOOR FMX, its new multispectral fingerprint door controller designed to address the high-security and industrial needs of modern enterprises.

COSEC DOOR FMX multispectral technology reads the surface and the subsurface of a live fingerprint to generate a clear and strong image even when the surface layer is damaged due to continuous physical work, dirt, dry-skin, oil, ink, chemicals or other harsh environmental conditions.

Unlike traditional fingerprint sensors that scan only single skin layer, single skin layer, DOOR FMX deploys multi-layered reading to ensure high-quality and consistent biometric identification.

The multispectral fingerprint reader achieves better false acceptance ratio (FAR) and false rejection ration (FRR) making it well-suited for both high-security and harsh industrial applications.

Matrix CEO Ganesh Jivani said that COSEC DOOR FMX is specifically designed for organizations which cannot afford compromising security due to wrong user identification.

The solution’s unique fingerprint reading and matching algorithms allows it to work in a range of environmental conditions and industries.

When combined with COSEC CENTRA application, DOOR FMX can be used to work with various applications including access control, time attendance, visitor management, cafeteria management, contract workers management, job processing and costing, vehicle access management, and others.

COSEC DOOR FMX features a compact design with 4.2″ touch screen display and multiple connectivity options; support for 50,000 users and 500,000 vents storage in its memory; support for fingerprint, RFID Card and PIN; wireless and wired connectivity; and built-in door relay, door status, exit switch and exit reader ports for access control applications.

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