The Single Door Unit provides biometric access
control. The embedded unit features 4.7x2.4x1.8-
inch biometric reader dimensions and a 24-volt DC
power source. The single-gang mount can be used
with a door strike or a magnetic lock and is designed
for indoor and outdoor use in residential,
commercial, warehouse, garage and IT applications.
The stand-alone device does not require a
server or software.
Napco Security Technologies
The BioReader indoor/outdoor biometric keypad
integrates with alarm panels or functions as a
stand-alone alarm and garage door access controller.
The vandal-resistant unit is made with alloy
metals to withstand 14- to 122-degree Fahrenheit
temperatures. A one-touch button arms/disarms
the system and activates relay groups, and audible,
visual and biofeedback indicators display the
keypad’s armed status. The biometric ambush feature
allows pre-selected buttons or a fingerprint
scan to silently call police during a robbery.
Fast Access Security Corp.
The Biometric Fingerprint Door Access Kit provides
non-wireless entry access control. The kit includes
the SBF700 biometric fingerprint keyless entry
system, a 1,000 mA power supply and a DS150i
motion detector. A magnetic lock, electric strike or
electric deadbolt and an egress button may be
added. Users can program the unit using the infrared
remote control keypad or fingerprint manager.
The system can store up to 120 fingerprints. There
are two fingerprint managers, and each fingerprint
has one ID code.
Kent Security Services
The SafeRise System facilitates management and
control of building entry points, common areas,
elevators and parking lots. It uses second-generation
facial, voice and behavioral biometrics to authenticate
a user’s identity and determine whether
the individual is cleared for access to a protected
area. The system features facial, speech, speaker
and license plate recognition; a redundant on-site
server; networked door controllers and intercoms;
high-resolution surveillance cameras; and electronic
The EasyRead handheld biometric reader provides
travel document verification. The mobile device
reads and inspects first- and second-generation
e-passports and other documents in accordance
with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s
9303 standard. The optical camera-based scanner
reads up to three lines of machine-readable data
from passports, ID cards and visas. The unit features
a 508 dpi NIST-approved fingerprint sensor
and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular network connectivity.
Black Box Corp.
The Intelli-Pass is a biometric fingerprint ID system
designed to ensure authorized entry into
secure areas. The system features advanced
fingerprint recognition technology and a twopart
architecture with an anti-tamper design. Reader and controller units are separate, and all
the mechanics for opening the door install in the
protected area. Proprietary encryption is used to
secure communications between the reader and
controller. It requires both a finger scan and PIN
HCL Technologies’ AeroPASS is a secure biometric
solution designed to expedite the passage of pilots
and flight attendants through security checkpoints.
The solution complies with rapid-access biometric
systems regulations as defined by the TSA. A personal
identification verification card issued to each
enrollee is embedded with that individual’s photograph,
fingerprint biometrics and public key infrastructure
using digital certificate management. The
card is checked against a certificate revocation list,
which rejects crew members whose status has
Black Box Network Services
The Intelli-Pass biometric fingerprint ID system is
designed for government, military, corporate and
educational settings. The unit features an anti-tamper
design and a two-factor authentication system
that requires a finger scan and a PIN for access. The
system is available in stand-alone and networked
versions, and networked readers can be controlled
centrally with management software or remotely
via a TCP/IP connection. The product uses proprietary
encryption to secure communication between
the reader and controller.
The 175BIO fingerprint recognition system features
live fingerprint detection, an optical sensor reader
and 500 dpi resolution. The unit reads 80 points of
a finger, which helps users with hard-to-read fingers
gain access. The device registers up to 100
users, and features a 4,000 event audit trail, a
Grade 2 Cylindrical Survivor Lockset and a six-digit
keypad. The UL-listed product operates in -4 to 122
degrees Fahrenheit temperatures.
The ID-Gate from Cogent is a biometrically secured access control device that is FIPS 201-PIV and TWIC compliant. The device features an integrated keypad, a contact and contactless smart-card reader and a fingerprint scanner. The product is housed in a weatherized case with an IP-64 rating.