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Startek FM220(USB) Figerprint Based Reader

High quality CMOS based optical scanner with less than 1% image distortion.
Verifies smeared, scarred, stained and smudged fingers.


  • STQC Certified Single Finger Print Scanner

  • UIDAI Approved authentication device for Aadhaar

  • Compact and elegant.

  • USB 2.0 Interface (High Speed)

  • Fast scanning & matching speed

  • Choice to set different security levels for different FRR/FAR demand

  • Non-distorted image quality

  • Small template size, ISO approved.

  • Real-life applications-no problem in verifying smeared, scarred, stained and smudged fingers.

  • Support verification on various server platforms

  • PIV capabilities ported to a verification scanner - absolutely low FTE

  • Outstanding placement to image/template/1:N identification performance

  • Ergonomic design to guide finger position for effective scanning

  • Adjustable image magnification option for children

  • High resolution > 600 dpi (optional)

  • Successfully deployed in very harsh conditions in remotest corners and

  • dusty and tribal locations.

  • The reader is totally shock proof, for accidental falls from table.(under 4 feet free fall)

  • Suitably protected against dust and water ingress.

  • Live Scan capability with ultra red below skin scanning. (Optional)


Aadhaar Fingerprint Biometric Devices

Processor : Dual Core
Screen : Capacitive 7" Touchscreen
RAM : 512MB / 1GB
Logs : 20 ,00,000
WIFI : Enabled

Application Supports

Aajeevika Skills Development and Monitoring System (ASDMS), VTP: Vocational Training Programme, AEBAS: Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System, Aadhaar Authentication & eKYCPDS: Public Distribution System, Enrolment and Verification Kits (Government & Banking Projects), Digital Certificate (E Mudhra) (ncode)Chill Enrolment, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)NaregaDigital Locker, Jeevan Praman, Apna CSCUIDAI Authentication (Only for data correction), Smart Pulses, Aadhaar pay, Mahindra Finance, PNB Tab Banking, Compliant to guidelines from, DGET - Directorate General of Employment and Training, MoRD- Ministry of Rural Development, NIRD - National Institute of Rural Development


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