KERI SYSTEMS INC. RELEASES NEW FINGERPRINT READERS FOR KERI AND THIRD PARTY CONTROLLERS

KERI SYSTEMS INC. RELEASES NEW FINGERPRINT READERS FOR KERI AND THIRD PARTY CONTROLLERS

KERI SYSTEMS INC. RELEASES NEW FINGERPRINT READERS FOR KERI AND THIRD PARTY CONTROLLERS. Keri Systems Inc., a top provider of access control and security solutions, announces the release of BioSync Fingerprint Readers; providing effortless comptibility with Keri Controllers, as well as hardware from other access control manufacturers.

San Jose, CA – September 15, 2016 – Keri Systems Inc. is providing state-of-the-art, reliable fingerprint reading in its most attrative and unobtrusive packaging to date.

The BioSync Readers are available in a variety of configurations, including fingerprint-only, fingerprint and card, or fingerprint and keypad. Typically used in higher security applications, the readers can be utilized for primary user identification (-fingerprint only) or for secondary veri-fication after card or PIN access. The Readers are compatible with Keri’s NXT controllers with an NXT-WI Wiegand Interface, PXL-500W Tiger Controller, and 3rd party controllers that accept industry-standard Wiegand-type readers.

BioSync Readers contain both an internal beeper and a multi-colored LED bar to indicate fingerprint acceptance and access granted or denied. The fingerprint template sharing between readers is done using RS-485 networking, with an op on for TCP/IP, and Keri’s BioManager so ware is used for enrollment and template management. Each unit can store up to 9,500 fingerprint templates. The Keypad and Card models can also be used outdoors with appropriate covers.

Keri Systems is very excited to make BioSync Readers available to our dealers and customers,” said Vince Deiuliis, Director of Sales and Marketing. “This technology promises to both compliment and add a new level of depth to Keri’s offering. Moreover, we have selected a fingerprint engine that works reliably and have placed great emphasis on aesthetics, price and availability”