(PRWEB) April 28, 2006
A special company of fingerprint biometric technology, NITGEN (CEO: Young-hoon, Bae, http://www.nitgen.com) announced on 24th that a new fingerprint access controller NAC-2500 is released. The developed NAC-2500 model especially features user convenience. That is, the existing fingerprint Access controllers basically contain almost functions in them, so customization has been frequently needed for a customer company’s needs. From this point, NITGEN designed this model of which TCP/IP module, RF Card, Door control and etc are optional, so that a complete system could be operated more efficiently.
The noticeable features of NAC-2500 model are as follows; fingerprint identification as other models, stronger access control using RF card(incl. HID, MIFARE card) and password together, Auto-on function in which a user can be automatically identified simply by touching a fingerprint recognition sensor without start button pressed, high speed 1:N matching on a terminal without a user ID. Furthermore, access control supporting a variety of communication protocols such as TCP/IP, RS 485 and Wigend may be also used for other applications such as attendance, café management and etc while a terminal can recognize up to 2,000 users and a server integration management program, Access Manager may accept up to 255 terminals on a network, so 10,000 users can be registered.
“In 2006, a new fingerprint access controller, NAC-2500 was developed and released, which would be so important to NITGEN. That’s why it was so important to release price-competitive products to maintain and spread the global markets such as Southeast Asia, China, South America and Africa although NITGEN’s fingerprint identification products have occupied excellent market share mainly led by quality-competitiveness. NITGEN’s a new fingerprint access controller, NAC-2500 would be helpful for NITGEN to have dominant power in the world’s fingerprint biometric market and improve customer’s reliability” said Young-hoon, Bae, the CEO of NITGEN.