AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor

Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: AuthenTec
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Specified
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2033.3 / 16 Mar 2004

Windows device driver information for AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor

AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor is an input device. It is manufactured by AuthenTec and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Vista platforms. The sensor is used in notebook computers, PC peripherals as well as desktop computers. The device comes with an integrated USB. The AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor comes with TruePrint technology which enables the device to provide fingerprint images that are highly accurate. The technology makes it possible for the sensor to effectively read fingerprints beneath the skin surface. The advantage of this is that eliminates fingerprint recognition and/or acquisition failure which may occur as a result of contamination from dirt. In addition, the device also comes with the TrueMatch pattern matching technology that runs on a host processor. Users can easily upgrade the AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor to the latest available version. The device which is easy to use is able read all types of fingerprints.

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The dimensions of the AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor are 6.5 mm by 6.5mm. Accordingly, the fingerprint sensor is known as the smallest biometric device available in the market today. The sensor comes with the Select-a-bus architecture which allows for the device to be easily integrated into different new designs. AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor comes with a variety of on-chip interfaces. These include USB, synchronous as well as asynchronous serial. It comes with an on-chip capability of finger detection which enables the device to generate system interrupt especially when touched. The sensor operates best between 2.7 and 3.6 volts. The sensor is designed for use on such Personal Electronic Devices as PDAs, cellular phones, wireless products and portable computers. For security, the device comes with AES fingerprint templates of 256-bit that are encrypted. It comes with a hard surface coating and can therefore withstand over a million touches making it durable. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AuthenTec AES3400 TruePrint Sensor errors before installing any driver updates.