ievo Micro Fingerprint Reader

Advanced internal solution for expanding ievo solutions to secure small to medium sized business facilities. Contact us for pricing.

The ievo micro is the advanced internal only solution expanding the portfolio of ievo solutions to cater for industries looking to secure small to medium sized facilities.

Using a best-in-class optical sensor, the micro delivers a fast, accurate and reliable biometric solution, that saves both time and costs to any business and industry.

10,000+ fingerprint templates

With advanced encryption for data transmission, the micro fingerprint reader provides a highly accurate and quality image to reliably allow the ievo Control Board to perform 1:N matching of up to 50,000 (10,000 as standard) fingerprint templates.

The reader unit itself does not store any user data for an additional level of protection. Supporting proximity detection and clear LED and audio indications, the reader offers simplicity along with convenience to the user.

See Media Tab for detailed product specification.

For pricing or more information on ievo solutions please contact us.


  • Easy to use interface
  • 1:N 10,000 fingerprint templates (Optional up to 50,000)
  • Identification – 1 second
  • Optional HID Module
  • Integrates into existing card, fob & proximity systems
  • Multispectral imaging sensor
  • Spoof detection
  • Great ergonomics for ease of use
  • User friendly
  • Long life piezo button
  • LED accepted/denied indication built into button
  • Audio beep indication
  • Internal use only
  • Unobtrusive design *Extra charges apply
  • Wiegand output
  • Easy to install “plug and play system”
  • Small PCB design
  • Can be manufactured in any custom colour*
  • SDK for integrators and software developers

User Guides & Manuals

Latest articles from the Idency Blog

I’ll take your face to another dimension. Pay close attention.

Seen The Social Dilemma on Netflix? If you have, you’ll probably have the same feelings of impending doom as I do. There seems to be a race for the end of humanity going on. Wha...
Read More

(Digital) Survival in a New Decade

‘Digital Survival’. How very ironic. And properly ironic, not Alanis Morrisette ironic. You see, I started writing this blog piece about ‘digital survival̵...
Read More

Time and attendance: do managers dream of electric sheep?

Picture it: a quiet valley. Moss-fringed granite boulders pepper the soft lush carpet of fresh grass as shaggy sheep track the hillsides, grinding and gurning as they go. Their ...
Read More