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UIDAI Authenticated Biometric Device

UIDAI Authenticated Biometric Device
Syncbyte MC01A is an ergonomic USB fingerprint reader, equipped with an ultra-slim optical sensor. it features advanced! fingerprint sensor technology and high-performance image
processing speed with 500 dpi resolution. MC01A is officially tested in full compliance and received Level 0 certification for both Windows and Android platforms from STQC (Standardization, Testing, and Quality Certification) of the Indian Government, which provides a high-security level to support nationwide UiD/Aadhaar projects in India.

UIDAI Authenticated Biometric Device

UIDAI Authenticated Biometric Device

Specifications of UIDAI Authenticated Biometric Device

  • Fingerprint Sensor Optical Sensor
  • Image Resolution 500 dpi
  • Image Capture Speed < 0.1 second
  • Scan Area 14 mm x 18 mm
  • Image Size 252 x 330, 82 kB
  • Template Size 2 kB
  • Image Format ISO 19794-4; ANSi-378 Template Format ISO 19794-2; ANSi-378 ESD Resistance Air 8kV, contact 4kV Operating Temperature -10”C- 50DC
  • Dimensions 82.3 mm x 42.2 mm x 20.0 mm
  • Weight 70 g
  • Cable Length 1 m
  • Certification STQC Level 0
  • CE, FCC, WEEE, RoHS

A UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) authenticated biometric device is a device that is used to capture and store biometric data, such as fingerprints and facial images, in compliance with the standards set by the UIDAI for the Aadhaar program.

The Aadhaar program is a government-run initiative in India that aims to provide a unique 12-digit identification number to every resident of India, which is linked to their biometric data. The UIDAI sets the standards for the devices that are used to capture and store this biometric data, to ensure that the data is captured and stored securely and accurately.

A UIDAI authenticated biometric device typically includes a fingerprint scanner and a facial image capture device. The device is capable of capturing high-quality images and fingerprints, and it is equipped with security features such as encryption and secure storage to protect the biometric data from unauthorized access.

These devices are typically used by government agencies, banks, and other organizations that need to collect and store biometric data for the purpose of Aadhaar enrollment and authentication. They are also used by various private firms for various purposes like time and attendance, security, access control and other similar applications.

The UIDAI authenticates the devices based on various technical parameters such as accuracy, security and compliance with the set standards. The UIDAI also maintains a list of devices that are authorized to be used for Aadhaar enrollment and authentication.

In conclusion, a UIDAI authenticated biometric device is a device that is used to capture and store biometric data in compliance with the standards set by the UIDAI for the Aadhaar program. These devices are typically used by government agencies, banks, and other organizations that need to collect and store biometric data for the purpose of Aadhaar enrollment and authentication. They are also used for various other purposes like time and attendance, security, access control and other similar applications.

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