Rugged Enclosures for Hand Geometry Readers
May 8, 2002
From Recognition Systems, new security enclosures mean users can freely use the biometrics devices in practically any type of inclement weather or facility environment. With a new line of three security enclosures, facility managers can confidently employ biometrics in temperatures as low as -45F (-43C), heavy rains, dust or other stressful environments. One example: Blizzard enclosure is constructed of heavy gauge, zinc-coated steel and features a weather-sealed keypad, low-temperature display and heated interior. The Blizzard will provide biometric-based access control in temperatures from -35F to +120F (-37C to +49C).