Nitgen eNBioaccess-T3 (SW300EM) Access Control
eNBioAccess-T3 is Nitgen’s efficient yet affordable access control & time and attendance solution. Nitgen has created this access control device with carefully chosen technologies and components to check as many boxes as possible without burning a hole in your pocket.
For a start, Nitgen used its proprietary fingerprint recognition algorithm while developing eNBioAccess-T3, which topped charts at FVC (Fingerprint Verification Competition), a renowned platform to test the efficiency and performance of fingerprint algorithms.
Apart from the world’s best fingerprint recognition algorithm, Nitgen eNBioaccess-T3 Access Control is equipped with the ability to perform fingerprint image quality checks, which enables it to determine whether to go ahead with a scan or ask the user to perform a new scan. The ability to perform fingerprint image quality checks helps eNBioAccess-T3 to produce more dependable results.
Biometric fingerprint recognition is only half the story, this access control & time and attendance solution can read your RF cards if you prefer it that way. The RF card sensor is located just below the fingerprint sensor. It can read the standard, high frequency, and low-frequency RF cards depending on the device model.
eNBioAccess-T3 is highly configurable and can adjust to your use case effortlessly. It can be integrated with a deadbolt, electromagnetic lock, door strike, and automatic door to lay access control. You can also configure it to deploy time and attendance-based access control, in which door unlocking can be linked with a clock in / clock out / absence/return, etc., resulting in more control on employee time tracking and productivity.
eNBioAccess-T3 is not only a performer but a survivor as well. It can withstand harsh environmental conditions like dust, moisture, and even liquid spills.
It is an IP54-rated device, which means that it can survive water projection with a nozzle and does not let dust or moisture sneak in. Invasion of dust or moisture can negatively affect the performance if they settle on internal parts like e.g. optics.