Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 368 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, 98, 2000 and XP
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Specified / 06 Apr 2007
PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader has a finger on detection rate that is easily programmable even for first time users. The sensor IC on the PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader driver remains in idle mode especially in between the 128us finger detection periods. I n addition the PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader driver contains independent amplitude and frequency control of stimulus more so for the detection mode. Users may be able to minimize the mode of transition to measurement by programming the set delay period. Once the PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader has detected a finger it automatically transitions to measurement mode. The PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader comes with an adjustable bias which is mostly used for under pixel amplifiers. Other features on the PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader Include the column scan period that users can set as desired plus the analog channel gain and bias that is easily adjustable.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader comes complete with a flash interface. The device's power consumption is below 500 mw. PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader is compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000 and XP platforms. PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader comes with an integrated AuthenTec ASE4000 chip that is used on the fingerprint sensor. Users are advisee to only make use of the most recent versions of the PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader drivers. This is because they allow for the functions of the device to be used better and more easily. Users should refrain from using old driver because they result in device conflicts and cause errors. Recent driver versions are best downloaded from the manufacturer's website where they are available as freeware. When downloading PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader files from the internet, users are advised to protect their computer systems by installing antivirus. In addition, Windows backups come highly recommended. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PCMCIA Fingerprint Reader errors before installing any driver updates.