VERSATILE IDENTITY DOCUMENT AND E-PASSPORT SCANNER
PRMcis a full-page, multi-purpose scanner that provides automatic, accurate data extraction and verification with the ability to read multiple types of identity documents: passports, e-passports, ID cards, visas and driver licenses. The printed data is extracted from the entire page (MRZ, VIZ and 1D & 2D bar codes) while digital data is obtained from contactless (RFID) and contact smart chips. OCR and RFID reading is done in a single step. The standard and enhanced versions of the scanner both possess multiple illumination sources (visible white, IR and UV), hardware-assisted reflection removal (RR) and the optional OVD visualization function.
In order to counteract the most often forged part of passports, the PRMc is capable to optically capture a 960 PPI image of the bearer’s face photo from the scanned document’s data page. The resulting exceptionally high-resolution images in visible white, IR and UV offer more accurate verification and also allow for automatic Jura IPI decryption. The PRMc is ideal for any application from border control and immigration, to security and commercial environments such as banks, hotels and telecom retailers. The scanner’s robust design and its tempered glass reading surface assure flawless functioning in any mission critical operation. OEM versions and other hardware configurations are also available upon request.
- PRMc offers:
- Automatic document detection and fast authentication; image capture, OCR and RFID reading in a single step
- Accurate RFID chip reading regardless of chip position in passport
- Sophisticated ID verification checks: data cross-checks, B900 and UV dull checks, face photo vs. RFID DG2 and OVD signs visualization
- Reading and verifies ICAO and non-ICAO IDs
- Complete passport processing (ICAO MRZ, General VIZ, RFID and more)
- Automatic identification of JURA IPI™ (included in the SDK)
- AssureID™ compatibility and several other management system software
- Simple integration with any existing government or commercial workflow through flexible SDK
PRMc offers high-resolution 475 PPI imaging with the help of LED-based visible white, IR and UV illumination, and optionally, its 960 PPI camera provides 24 bits/pixel color or 8 bits/pixel monochrome in IR passport photo capturing in extended high color fidelity (XCF). It performs hardware-assisted reflection removal (RR) and OVD visualization, regular 1D and 2D barcode reading from printed documents or smartphone screens, and the scanner’s modular design allows IR, UV, RFID, smartcard reading capability, and optionally extended window size up to 130 × 100 mm to read all non-ICAO passports.
PRMc supports RFID reading for BAC, EAC, EAC2.0, PA, AA, PC/SC interfaces and complies with ISO & ICAO standards for BAC, PACE, EAC, AA and PA as well as CA, TA, BAP and EAP. It is compatible with Windows and Linux, uses standard TWAIN interface, supports BioAPI and comes with comprehensive development support in C/C++, C#, Visual Basic, .NET, Java.
IMAGING Active scan area 130 mm × 98 mm (5.12" × 3.86") Glass Plate Tempered glass for robustness and durability Illumination sources LED visible white, IR (B900), UVA Image resolution 475 PPI Photo camera option 960 PPI Provided images Visible, IR, UV (UVA), OVD image, glare-free image Image formats BMP, JPG, JPG2000 and PNG Image color depth 24 bits/pixels [RGB, 8 bits/pixels (IR image)] READING CAPABILITIES Automatic Document Detection (ADD) YES Reflection Removal (RR) and OVD visualization YES ICAO MRZ reading ICAO compliant documents per ICAO 9303 specification Part 1, Part 1v2, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 3v2 for Type ID-1, ID-2 and ID-3 MRZ Optical Character Recognition VIZ reading Available, based on user-defined fields Barcode reading 1D: UPC-A, EAN8, EAN13, Code39, Code128 and ITF 2D: PDF 417, Data Matrix, QR Code, Aztec Code From paper based documents and mobile devices AAMVA compliant PDF417 and IATA BCBP Contactless IC (RFID) option Reading and writing contactless ICs according to: ISO 14443 Type A & B, All standardized rates up to 848 Kbps Contact smart card option ISO 7816 Class A, AB and C, ISO 7816 & EMV2 2000 Level 1 PROGRAMMING & INTERFACES Supported operation systems Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista (32/64 bit, WHQL certified) 32/64 bit Server 2008 R2 and Server 2003 Linux (ask for details) Software Development Kit (SDK) Complete SDK including DLLs and demo programs Programming languages C/C++, C#, Visual Basic 6.0, Delphi, VB.NET, Java General interfaces ARH native, Twain, PC/SC, BioAPI 2.0, AssureID™ RFID functions (where applicable) ICAO Doc. 9303 LDS 1.7, ISO 18013 (Drivers License) PKI 1.1, BAC, EAC, EAC2.0, PACE, AA, PA, TA, CA, BAP, EAP Advanced Document Authentication Module (included in standard SDK) Data consistency checks: MRZ, Bar codes, RFID IR B900 and UV dull paper check, Passports’ bearer photo vs. RFID DG2 Additional Authentication Options (available as optional SDK) VIZ and non-ICAO document reading Automated verification based on document specific security features in visible white, IR and UVA Jura IPI (invisible personal information) verification PC connection USB2.0 high speed Status indicators Three programmable status LEDs (yellow, red, green) Firmware upgrade Automatic, via USB MECHANICAL AND OTHER DATA Size (width × depth × height) 213 mm × 173 mm × 179 mm (8.39" × 6.81" × 7.08") Weight 1.9 kg (4.19 lbs) – actual weight may vary depending on configuration Operating temperature 5 °C – 45 °C (45 °F – 113 °F) Operating humidity 0-95 % (non-condensing) Power supply Universal external power supply, 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz IP rate IP51 Case Sturdy ABS-PC plastic Security Kensington® security slot Window glass 4 mm (0.16") tempered glass Compliances FCC, CE, WEEE, RoHS Maintenance No moving parts, maintenance-free operation Warranty 2-year warranty, upgradeable Other Options Extended document window 130 × 100 mm (type E) Flip-top cover
Technical specifications are subject to change without prior notice. This document does not constitute an offer.
Identity- or travel document reading and authentication rely on specifically developed software that is capable of performing optical character recognition (OCR), barcode reading, data recording and security verifications; as well as on scanner hardware that executes illuminations in various wavelengths, captures the necessary images and signals from any embedded RFID, or optionally, from contact chips and magnetic stripes. Hardware and software must work in a well-defined unison to perform a complete identification check and data recording in one-to-two seconds by a qualified ID scanning device.
Reading, data and image capture, and authentication automatically begin when the identity document is placed on the device’s scanning surface. Depending on the specific model, different levels of ID verification and data recording are performed during this time.
Many scanners are designed to complete OCR not just on the machine readable zone (MRZ) but also on the visual inspection zone (VIZ) of the documents. During the OCR, the reading device captures the MRZ, VIZ and barcode data, and includes it in its output along with a record of the recognized document type. The recorded characters are forwarded to compile the necessary identity data and are also used to assist with security mechanisms such as checksum functions.
Further authentication is made possible by visible, infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) illumination and image rendering; and by comparing the barcode data, holographic security features and ID photo with the digital information stored on the document’s chip or magnetic stripe – depending on the type of ID verified and scanner used. The displayed results can summarize the different steps of verification procedure, OCR checksum, VIZ and barcode reading and optionally the passive and active authentications performed on the e-passport’s or other document’s RFID.
While ARH’s ID and e-passport scanners autonomously manage the document reading and security procedures with the help of their provided software development kit (SDK), furnishing the necessary database for ID certification is normally the task of the partner systems integrator who develops the customized application for the specific end user. The SDK also offers several demo application, but since every project is different in its scope and requirements, the integrators are encouraged to provide the vital user interface for the given project that involves document reading and authentication.
The identity document readers of ARH currently assist in fast and error-free personal data acquisitions, ID and passport verifications, and quality control applications at several thousand sites around the world. The company’s devices help to make the processing of travelers and employees quick and secure at many airport, border crossings and embassies. Many hotels, banks and even self-service application benefit from the ARH document scanner’s ability to rapidly gather and transfer the necessary identity data for various commercial roles. Document issuing agencies of several governments also use the readers’ ability for final checks prior to releasing the newly issued IDs and passports.
ARH identity document reader packages normally contain the following components:
• ID or ePassport reading unit
• Functions libraries
• Demo and test applications
• Tutorial and sample applications both in executable and source code forms
LINKS & DOWNLOADS PRMC BROCHURE Product description in PDF ID READERS AND BIOMETRICS CATALOG The complete list of ID readers and biometric products ARH PRODUCT CATALOG Comprehensive brochure showcasing all of our traffic, license plate recognition, passport, travel document, ID reader and biometric (AFS/AFIS) products
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