Iris Recognition System - LG Electronics - Facility Management Product Release
The company's third generation Iris Recognition System can authenticate users using left, right, either or both eyes. The system allows for two-factor authentication with an optional built-in card reader, or a 16-element keypad. Keypads are IP-addressable and include USB, Ethernet, serial and Wiegand interfaces.
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