Biometric technology is seeing increasing usage in security-critical environments such as airports, immigration control and financial institutions.
The BM-ET200 enables admin servers to track and monitor access to and from a restricted area quickly and easily as it has the ability to search the record log via time alone. This enables users to pinpoint definitively who was within the designated area at a given time, should any incident occur.
With a false acceptance rate of just 1 in 1.2 million, the BM-ET200 is ideal for those seeking the ultimate in high level security. This iris recognition camera system can restrict and monitor access with high precision, quickly and securely.
It provides flexible system architecture that can be adjusted to suit users of different heights, for state-of-the-art personal identification, and can identify a user in one-third of a second.
The unit can operate within large scale
applications or in stand alone mode, utilising a USB port from which information can be stored and transferred securely.
The sleek unit provides unique design characteristics coupled with unparallel capture speeds and simple user interface.
Cost-effective and technologically advanced, BM-ET200 provides the ability to integrate with other access control products, keeping Panasonic at the forefront of biometric technology.
It features voice guidance via a speaker on the front, and provides operational guidance in 14 different languages including English, French, German, Japanese and Swedish.
New features such as mirrors, lighting guidance and voice instructions combined with quick capture capability and tamper detection alarms make this the fastest, safest and easiest-to-use iris recognition reader system currently available on the market.
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