Vicomp™ VPR470


The Vicomp VPR 470 optical reader is a specialised device designed to read OCR information contained in Machine Readable Passports, Visas, ID-cards and other travel documents. It captures machine readable codelines in single hand “swipe” operation and transmits recognised data to a host computer. Its variant model VPR 470e uses built-in RFID reader to retrieve e-data from e-Passport and other e-documents. Via low engery Bluetooth link with external host including computers, smartphones and tablets running different OS, it can be controled and perform user-defined processing. VPR470/470e use built-in Li-Ion battery. No direct cable connection is required between the host and the reader during operation. Small size and reduced weight of the reader makes it perfect choice for integration with the latest handheld devices.

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Features

  • Bidirectional swipe operation
  • Auto power on & off
  • Fast, efficient read algorithm
  • Variable scanning rate
  • Compact style
  • Low error rate
  • Wireless interface
  • User upgradeable firmware

Additional Information

Specification
Hand Swipe Speed:
up to 100 cm/s
Recognition Speed:
100 char/s
MTBF:
100 000 hours

RFID (VPR470e only)
Supporting Protocol:
ICAO e-Passport compatible
Other Protocols:
full support of ISO14443A and ISO14443B tags
RFID Read Speed:
up to 848 kbit/s airspeed

Power supply
Battery
Internal Li-Ion battery
Document readouts on single charge:
up to 2500 OCR+RFID documents
up to 10000 OCR-only documents
Charger:
standard 5V micro-USB style charger

Dimensions
Size:
91L x 36W x 90H mm
Weight:
145 g incl. batteries, without mounting bracket
We offer mounting bracket for various device. Please contact TSSL for availability of other mounting options

Environmental
Operating Temperature:
0C /+40C
Operating Humidity:
10% - 90% RH
Interface
Bluetooth class 2 (10m range)

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About TSSL

Established in 1978, TSSL is a privately held Hong Kong company with subsidiary in Macau, providing advanced enterprise solutions to clients in neighborhood regions.

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