SecuGen releases Bluetooth fingerprint sensor module for OEMs

SecuGen has announced the release of its Unity 20 Bluetooth fingerprint reader and the U20-ASF-BT Bluetooth fingerprint sensor module for OEMs.

The Unity 20 Bluetooth is a mobile programmable Bluetooth fingerprint reader. It features the same SecuGen fingerprint sensor found in the Hamster Pro 20 product family but with Bluetooth capability enabling it to securely transfer fingerprint data wirelessly to a smartphone, tablet, or PC.

The U20-ASF-BT Bluetooth sensor for OEMs is the core technology of the Unity 20 Bluetooth fingerprint reader and is designed for integration into hardware products where space is at a premium and wireless connectivity is required, such as handheld devices, mobile equipment, and wireless PC peripherals.

Both the Unity 20 Bluetooth and the U20-ASF-BT can be used by calling the built-in Fingerprint Management System (FMS) software’s API. The device can also be custom programmed using its Linux development environment, its included MINEX-compliant fingerprint algorithms, OpenSSL cryptography libraries and 1 GHz CPU. The device can store encrypted fingerprint templates and process them in a closed environment for enhanced security.

“We continue to focus on the requirements of our partners around the world,” commented Won Lee, CEO of SecuGen. “We developed the Unity 20 Bluetooth and the U20-ASF-BT as a response to a clear need that we have seen in the marketplace. This is precisely what our partners have been asking for, and we are excited to support and help them succeed with new products that are attractive, powerful, and economical.”

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