New Suprema access reader

November 2017 Access Control & Identity Management, Products

The latest edition to Suprema’s range, BioEntry P2, packs a full list of features into a slim design to offer a comprehensive access control solution. High matching performance and multi-card reading, this mullion-type fingerprint access control device brings a versatile biometric access solution to the African market, regardless of RFID standards and the size of the projects it covers.

BioEntry P2 is suitable for both enterprise level access control systems and SMBs. It has a large 8 GB memory and can accommodate up to 10 000 users and 1 000 000 event logs. Fast access through doors is reinforced with a powerful 1.0 GHz CPU, allowing BioEntry P2 to achieve matching speeds of up 10 000 matches per second.

The most secure device in its class, BioEntry P2 offers accuracy and significantly reduced false rejection rates. These benefits are achieved by combining the new OP5 fingerprint sensor with Suprema’s enhanced fingerprint algorithm, which compensates for unsatisfactory fingerprint captures such as direct sunlight conditions or distorted fingerprint images.

Dual-frequency, multi-card reading technology enhances the P2’s versatility and flexibility in system design by allowing users to effectively integrate BioEntry P2 into legacy systems as well as to provide users with the capability of adopting new authentication methods into their existing system including RFID, mobile and biometrics. P2 supports all HID multiCLASS compatible RFID standards, it features both LF (125 KHz) and HF (13.56 MHz) RFID and reads most types of RFID card standards with a single device including MIFARE, HID iCLASS, DESFire, FeliCa, HID Prox, EM and NFC.


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