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SecuGen to demonstrate new OEM fingerprint sensors at CES 2015


SecuGen Corporation will be showcasing two new OEM fingerprint sensors, the ultra-compact U20 and the serial interface SDA04PX, at the upcoming 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The U20 USB fingerprint sensor is both FAP 20 mobile ID and PIV certified by the FBI and has recently been added to the FIPS 201/PIV approved products list by the General Services Administration.

The compact size of U20 enables it to be easily integrated into smaller hardware products such as handheld devices, while still being able to capture high quality images.

The SDA04PX fingerprint sensor is designed for scenarios where a host USB port is not available, as the sensor is able to connect to a system via a serial interface.

The sensor is fast, has a high storage capacity of up to 10,000 fingerprint templates, and can be easily integrated with hardware products requiring the use of a serial interface.

The SDA04PX can register, match, and store fingerprints on its own and is identical in size to SecuGen’s “SDA” family of OEM sensors but is available at a lower price.

All of SecuGen’s products are offered worldwide through its extensive network of reseller partners.

“We are working every day to provide the world’s best optical fingerprint technology,” said SecuGenCEO Won Lee. “We are always looking for ways to provide our partners with state of the art products and tools. We are excited about our ability to offer these small yet very high quality OEM sensors to our partners around the world.”

SecuGen will be showcasing its OEM fingerprint products at South Hall 4 – booth 36821 at the CES show from January 6 – 9, 2015.

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