IdencyScan

£149.99 inc.VAT | £124.99 ex.VAT

The easiest and quickest way to create high quality digital images of fingerprints from a USB fingerprint reader. Saves fingerprint images to JPEG files. Microsoft Windows only.

Perpetual license per windows PC.

IdencyScan

IdencyScan software provides the easiest and quickest way to create high quality digital images of fingerprints and save them as .jpg files.

Easy to Use

Simply connect a USB fingerprint reader to your computer, run the IdencyScan software and as a fingerprint is placed in the reader it will be held on screen. You decide when you’ve got the right fingerprint image to save.

Use with the Crossmatch (DigitalPersona) U.Are.U 4500 USB fingerprint reader.

High Quality Images

Images of the fingerprints are saved as .jpgs at 520 DPI. You can easily print A4 size.

IdencyScan - Easily scan and save images of fingerprints

Fast Installation

Quick to install and very easy to use, you will be able to swiftly record as many fingerprints as you need to.

PLEASE NOTE: Microsoft Windows only compatible. The software is a perpetual license.

Custom Development

For more information, additional requirements or bespoke development on IdencyScan please get in touch.

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