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Network Intercom



  • A measurement pattern is compared with the registration pattern of the blood vessel and certification.
  • It has a living body perceptive function, too.
  • Max. 800 people can be registered.
  • It can be used for control of an entrance exit by connecting the blood vessel authentication system and an electronic lock. And, it can be used as an electronic timer recorder.
  • Registrant Level
    Master registration person: Supervisor (2 People) Administrator (10 People)

How to use it:

  1. Registration of the blood vessel pattern
    Each individual’s blood vessel pattern is registered by operating it in accordance with the guidance of the display.
  2. Collation of the blood vessel pattern
    An ID number is inputted, and a finger is fitted to the reading part, and the collation of the blood vessel pattern is done.
  3. Signal transmission
    A signal is transmitted if collation is OK after the blood vessel pattern is read.

The construction of the system

  • LAN can be used
  • Room access control software
  • Room access conditions in the system are indicated in real time
  • It is possible to backing up for the blood vessel data of user.
  • It is possible that it is customized in accordance with user of a variety to uses.
  • It can be used by the stand alone due to the interlock with the electronic lock.
  • Attendance control software
  • A users blood vessel pattern is compared and the time is recorded automatically.
  • The customization fitted to each attendance control system is possible.


Authentication Time : 1.0 Second
False Refection Rate (FRR) :
False Acceptance Rate (FAR) :
ID code number :
1-7 digit
Interface :
RS-232C, RS-485
A maximum number of net :
32 gate
Power supply voltage :
AC100+10% or customize
Power supply frequency :
Consumption electric power :
Use environment : Temperature
0-50oC : Humidity 30-90%

* All specifications are subject to change without notice

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