Fingerprint Identification Unit [BuiltInLS]

Category: Other
Manufacturer: NEC
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not stated
Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, NT and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: Not stated / 2008

Windows device driver information for Fingerprint Identification Unit [BuiltInLS]

The Fingerprint Identification Unit (Built In LS) driver is meant for use with the corresponding compact scanner, which connects to a PC or a notebook through the USB. Through this connection, identification procedures are carried out supported by certification software. The use of the Fingerprint identification unit enhances the protection of information on both corporate and private levels. The device features an accurate algorithm, which is used in fingerprint matching. The unit also features the “radiated Light Reading' methods in the finger sensors in the unit. The device reads the light as it is radiated and scattered on a finger thus enabling the ridges to be recognized easily and clearly. The device uses 1000 dpi resolution to deliver high-resolution images of the finger, which in turn facilitates the recognition of fingerprints. The driver for this device is provided by the manufacturer during purchase, and can also be downloaded from the manufacturer website.

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The use of the Fingerprint Identification Unit (BuiltinLS) is done with the inclusion of other applications. The application a re contained in a library that hold various application, codes for unlocking screen savers and operating system logins. The application libraries also contain an all-inclusive certification sub-system, which support software. The unit consists of a fingerprint reader, a read-in system with a light source, a triangular prism where one places the finger and a photoelectric converter, which is embedded with a CCD. When one places the finger on the prism, light goes through the prism and is reflected in the prism's service, the light then travels to the lens, which then scatters the light to print. The optical image is converted to electrical signals, which are transmitted to the computer for authentication. The driver for the device communicates the unit's capabilities and functions to the host machine, thus allowing proper communication between the unit and the computer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Fingerprint Identification Unit [BuiltInLS] errors before installing any driver updates.