HID DigitalPersona 4500 Fingerprint Reader

£79.99 inc.VAT | £66.66 ex.VAT

USB fingerprint reader with clear silicone coating for better fingerprint recognition that is Microsoft Windows 10 Hello Log-in compatible (Please contact us for the software drivers)

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Optical 4500 USB fingerprint reader with silicone coating

Perfect for individual desktop users, as well as multiple users in shared environments


The HID DigitalPersona 4500 Fingerprint Reader (formerly Crossmatch U.Are.U 4500 part number: 88003-001) is connected via a USB cable and is perfect for individual desk top users, as well as multiple users in shared environments.

Its compact design conserves desk space in enterprises, and its professional, modern appearance looks elegant in point-of-sale environments. With silicone coating, it reads a wide range of fingerprints accurately and rapidly regardless of placement angle.

The high-quality metal casing resists unintentional movement. The DigitalPersona 4500 Reader utilises optical fingerprint scanning technology to achieve excellent image quality, a large capture area and superior reliability.

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The DigitalPersona 4500 Fingerprint Reader is designed for use with a full range of HID Global software including their authentication solutions as well as HID DigitalPersona Software Development Kits, providing a natural extension to your security system and applications. The reader works with Windows 10 Hello Log-in (please contact us for the software drivers and SDK).

Step 1:

Plug the fingerprint reader into a Windows USB port. A blue light will appear where the sensor is located on the reader.

Step 2:

Place and hold a finger on the sensor (reader window). A red “flash” indicates that a fingerprint image has been captured.

Step 3:

The reader quickly and automatically captures and encrypts the fingerprint image for verification.



For more information on the DigitalPersona 4500 readers and compatible software please contact us.

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Features

  • Windows 10 Hello Log-in compatible (Please contact us for the software drivers)
  • SDKs (Software Development Kits) are available (Please contact us)
  • Blue LED
  • Small form factor
  • Excellent image quality
  • Superior ESD resistance
  • Encrypted fingerprint data
  • Latent print rejection
  • Counterfeit finger rejection
  • Rotation invariant
  • Rugged
  • Works well with dry, moist or rough fingerprints
  • Compatible with Windows®10, 8, 7, Vista, XP Professional, 2000 and Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008

For volume incentive discounts please contact us.

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