Fingerprint Sensor FPC1011F by Fingerprint Cards (FPC)

Product name:

FPC1011F

Product version:

FPC1011F1, FPC1011F2

Product type:

Sensor

Biometric modality/type:

Fingerprint

Biometric sample acquisition sensor type:

Fingerprint area sensor (3D image with 256 true gray scale values)

Intended applications:

  • Banking
  • Civil ID
  • Consumer ID
  • Data access/security
  • Device access
  • Document issuance
  • Employment background checks
  • Logical Access Control
  • Military ID
  • Mobile ID
  • Physical Access Control
  • Time and Attendance
  • Voter registration
  • Medical equipment/storage
  • Other

Product description:

FPC1011F is a robust compact CMOS fingerprint sensor with several significant advantages. FPC1011F delivers superior image quality, with 256 gray scale values in every single pixel. The reflective measurement method sends an electrical signal via the frame directly into the finger. This technique enables the use of an hard and thick protective surface coating. The sensor with its 3D pixel sensing technology can read virtually any finger; dry or wet. Thanks to the new hard and durable surface coating, FPC1011F is protected against ESD well above 15 kV, as well as scratches, impact and everyday wear-and-tear. FPC1011F is delivered with a designed micro-ergonomic guidance frame, simplifying proper fingerprint guidance and hence improving algorithm performance.

FPC1011F is available in 2 versions:
– FPC1011F1, with a versatile flex film connector, (SPI)
– FPC1011F2, BGA package, (SPI or parallell)

List of applied/complied/received standards, certification programs, awards, or conducted independent testing, monitoring, reporting, and reviews:

  • ESD protection: IEC61000-4-2, level 4, air discharge (well above 15 kV)
  • RoHS Compliant – Directive 2002/95/EC
  • ACPEIP (China RoHS)

Availability of Return on Investment (ROI) analysis and calculator:

Selected list of use cases and customers:

Bank security, China
Access Control, Korea
Time & Attendance, Brazil
USB-keys, USB-memory, China
Point-of-Sale, France

Company:

Fingerprint Cards AB (FPC)

Company business type/role:

Sensor manufacturer, Algorithm developer, Processors, Biometric modules

Geographical reach in terms of sales and support:

Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, USA, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Israel, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom

Selected list of partners/resellers/distributors:

Distributors:
Admatec – Austria, Germany, Switzerland
Alphatech – Brazil
Autostar – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore – Autostar
CamosTech – South Korea
CashPASS – Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay
Edge Electronics – USA
HST – China, Hong Kong, Taiwan
Implantaire – India
Maris – Israel
MotionMicro – Canada
Paltek – Japan, Singapore – Paltek
Presto – United Kingdom
Serial Microelectronics, China, Korea, Singapore

Company website:

http://www.fingerprints.com

Product website:

http://www.fingerprints.com/Products/Sensors/FPC1011F.aspx?sc_lang=en

Social Media channels:

LinkedIn , Blog & News

Product demo, case study, or any other video or audio link:

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About Babak Goudarzi Pour
Babak is co-founder and CEO of Optimum Biometric Labs (OBL) since its inception in 2003. Babak has served as the Chairman of the Swedish National Biometric Association, SNBA, since its inception in 2004. He also works as Swedish technical expert in the international standardization work ISO/IEC/JTC 1/SC 37. Babak holds a M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering with emphasis on Signal Processing and Telecommunications from Blekinge Institute of Technology.

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