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Integrated Biometrics’ LES Technology vs Traditional Prism-Based Sensors

Integrated Biometrics’ LES Technology vs Traditional Prism-Based Sensors

Integrated Biometrics’ LES Technology vs Traditional Prism-Based Sensors

IB’s LES Technology vs Traditional Prism Based Sensors

Light Emitting Sensor (LES) technology is changing the biometric identity landscape. Based on the science of electroluminescence, LES devices generate fingerprint images by energizing particles of dielectric phosphor suspended in a thin film substrate. The resulting images are captured using proven digital photography optics.

Integrated Biometrics (IB), a US-based company, and its subsidiaries have been perfecting the development of LES technology in fingerprint sensors for nearly 20 years. They are the first and only provider of FBI-certified optical fingerprint sensors based on LES technology. The sensor design, used in dozens of biometric manufacturers products around the world, offer Appendix F and PIV certified images in extremely low power consuming, lightweight, rugged devices and qualify as an optical sensor as required by most project specifications.

 

For more information on how LES technology and traditional prism-based sensors, you can find it in the PDF here: CredenceWhitePaper_Integrated Biometrics’ LES Technology vs Traditional Prism-Based Sensors