TCI331 is a high-end binocular iris access control device integrated with Techshino’s award-winning iris recognition algorithm. It meets the higher security needs by offering multiple verification options and combinations of iris recognition, ID card, and smart card.
- Supports multimodal identification including iris recognition, ID cards, and smart cards verification.
- Features a vertical rotation for iris captures, adjustable for different heights of people.
- Offers visual aids with a mirror and two-color LED light, and auditory aid to assist users with positioning.
- Supports remote access control, and time and attendance data management.
- Provides local matching and back-end centralized matching capabilities. The system outputs standard Wiegand signals and switching signals depending on specific needs.
- Encrypts data during data transmission. The system supports PKI structure to prevent transaction information from being copied or hacked.
- The visual and auditory aids offer users the intuitive and simplest way to use TCI331.
- Delivers the highest level of security with encrypted data transmission.
- Help businesses intelligently track and manage time and attendance.
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 193 x 223 x 64mm (7.6 x 8.8 x 2.5 inches).
- Identification mode: iris only, or iris plus ID badge, or iris plus smart card
- Operating range: 20~25 cm (7.9~9.8 inches)
- Display screen: Touch screen 4.3”, resolution 480 x 272 pixels
- User capacity: 500, extendable
- Record capacity: 150,000
- Communication Interface: Standard TCP/IP, USB
- Control signal output: standard Wiegand 26, switching signal
- Matching speed: 1,500,000 per second, single CPU core
- Verification speed: <1 second
- FRR: <1% • FAR: <0.001%
- Iris image: ISO/IEC 19794-6
- Facial image: ISO/IEC 19794-5
- Eye safety standard: IEC 62471
- Operating Humidity: 20% – 90%
- Operating Temperature: -10℃－50℃
- Power Supply: DC 9V/1mA（Max. Current）
- Installation: recommended wall mounting height is 160cm (5’3”), which is suitable for the people with height of 1.5m~1.85m (4’11”~6’1”) to use.
Iris recognition as an emerging biometric technology has outperformed many other technologies in terms of stability, accuracy, speed, non-intrusive nature, and difficulty to forge.
Applications include time and attendance and physical access control for security-sensitive areas, such as government buildings, banking vaults, correctional institutions, and data centers.