ZKTeco G3 Pro
|Communication||TCP/IP / USB Host / Wiegand Output|
|Access Control Interface||Lock Relay Output / Alarm Output / Exit Button / Door Sensor / External Bell|
|Hardware||1.4GHz Quad Core CPU|
|Memory 1G RAM / 1G Flash / SilkID Fingerprint Sensor|
|4.3 Inches Touch Screen / Hi-Fi Voice & Indicator / Tamper Switch Alarm|
|Standard Functions||ID Card / Work Code / WDMS / DST / SMS / Bell Schedule / Attendance Status Auto-Switch / Record Query / Photo ID / Custom Wallpaper & Screen Saver|
|Special Functions||Multiple Biometric Verification Modes|
|Alive Face / Palm Detection|
|Duplicate Face / Palm Detection|
|Optional Functions||HID Proxy / IC Card Reader|
|Wi-Fi / 3G|
|Battery (2,000 mAh)|
|POE (Standard IEEE 802.3at)|
|Compatibility||BioTime8.0 / ZKBioSecurity (T&A) / WDMS|
|Additional Info||Working Temperature: 0 °C ~ 45 °C|
|Dimensions: 199.2× 171.8 × 96.9 mm|
|Algorithms: ZKFace v12.0 & ZKFinger v10.0 & ZKPalm V12.0|
|Fingerprint: FAR≤0.0001%; FRR≤0.01%|
|Face: FAR≤0.001%; FRR≤1%|
|Palm : FAR≤0.01%; FRR≤1%|
|Power||Operating Voltage 12V DC|
|Current Draw < 500 mA|
G3 is powered by Computer Vision technology like 3-in-1 contactless palm recognition,which means the terminal can perform bio-authentication with a user's palm vein, palm print,and the shape of palm at the same time once the sensor detects a hand presented.
Palm vein and palm print patterns are reliable human identifiers as the details are extremely hard to be duplicated, thus, together with the powerful algorithm, users may enjoy the terminal’s enhanced anti-spoofing ability.
Eliminating hygienic concerns, G3 Pro, equipped with a novel hand tracking technique allowing angle tolerance as wide as +/-60° in the roll axis, the huge capacity of 6,000 palm templates, and a 1.4GHz quad-core CPU, extracts palm print and vein pattern for analysis at a distance for recognition from 0.2m to 0.5m in less than 0.35s.
Users no longer need to struggle to touch the sensor at a specific angle and align the center of the palm with the center of the input sensor for proper hand images to be acquired.