FAC700

FAC700

Introduction

FAC700 is a new generation Face identification product, standard integrating with Face, PIN and RFID. It captures the relative position, size, and shape of user’s eyes, nose, cheekbones, and jaw features, these feature templates are used to be matching feature data, when users verify on device, it distills captured features into value and compares with templates to eliminate variance. FAC 700 may hold 500 faces. It is a kind of professional access control, it may work with the third party device such as electric lock, alarm, door belling, sensor and so on. The device has wiegand input and output to integrate with third-party reader or controller.

Technical Specifications

CPU: ZK Multi-Bio CPU 800MHz

Memory: 256M Flash, 64M SDRAM

Hardware Platform: ZEM800

Camera: High Resolution Infrared Camera

Display: 3 Inch Touch Screen

Face Capacity: 500

Card Capacity: 10000

Logs Capacity: 100,000

Algorithm Version: ZKFace7.0

Communication: TCP/IP, RS232/485, USB Host

Access Control Interfaces for: 3rd party electric lock, door sensor, alarm, wired bell and exit button

Wiegand interface: Wiegand in and out

Optional Functions: ID Card, Mifare card.

Power Supply: 12V/3A

Verification Speed: ≤2S

Operating temperature: 0℃-45℃

Operating Humidity: 20%-80%

Dimensions: 275(L)*100(H)*195(W) mm

Gross Weight: 0.87 kg

Features

– Elegant ergonomic design

– Fast and accurate face identification

– TCP/IP, RS232/485 communication and USB Host.

– 3.0 inch TFT touch screen, T9 Input, 9 Digit User ID.

– Infra-red optical system enables user-identification in poorly lit environments.

– Wiegand input for working with wiegand reader, wiegand output for connecting to access control panel.

– Professional access control compatible with the 3rd party door sensor, alarm, exit button, wired bell and electric lock.

– 50 time zones, 99 groups and 10 unlock combinations, anti-pass back and tamper alarm function.

 

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