Sherlock

FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45
Two-Finger Roll Scanner

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Smartphones or tablets, mobile excellence abounds.

Lightweight (just 60 grams), Sherlock enables fingerprint capture in embedded mobile applications and in combination with commercial smartphones and tablets. It features dual flat print and single finger roll scan with no membranes, making it ideal for use with mobile computers, hand-held devices, smartphones and tablets. Sherlock is provided with a full featured SDK to enable effective integration into applications requiring certified quality images.

FAP 45 fingerprint scanner

Integrated Biometrics’ certified products are fantastic. Compared to fingerprint biometric solutions we’ve used in the past IB’s products surpass in performance. The products allow for two fingerprint allocation to align seamlessly with the ten‐print record.

Charles J. Walsh, Special Agent, FBI (Retired), Chief Executive Associate, Forensic Consulting Associates of New England, LLC

DURABLE

Able to withstand the toughest operating environments with minimal maintenance

Certified FAP 45 Two-Finger Roll Scanner

ACCURATE

Provides accurate high-resolution fingerprint scans in virtually any environment, including indirect or direct sunlight and dusty conditions and with dry or dirty fingers. It is not easily confused by foreign matter

FBI Appendix F Certified FAP 45 Two-Finger Roll Scanner

EFFICIENT

Full Scanning TFT <300mA
Suspend <2mA

Sherlock

Did you know...

The Sherlock two-finger roll scanner has been successfully integrated into AMREL’s Flexpedient® AT80B Rugged Tablet.

The lightweight Flexpedient AT80B Android tablet reflects AMREL’s 30 years of experience in crafting rugged and flexible mobile solutions. This compact tablet boasts an impressive IP67 rating, which makes it ideal for operating in challenging environments. The sunlight readable display has a special optical bonding designed for durability and legibility.

“The rugged Sherlock is a good match for AT80B tablet,” explains Richard Lane, AMREL’s VP for strategic business development, adding, “Designed for quick customization, the AT80B easily integrated the Sherlock sensor, while preserving the tablet’s extraordinary structural strength. The new rugged biometric device handles and acts as if it were built from the ground up as a single tough operational unit.”