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CSD 450F Scanner

Dual-Digit Optical Scanner

User Guide

CSD 450F Dual-Digit Optical Scanner

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Chapter 1

Hardware Overview
CSD 450F scanner
The CSD 450F is a lightweight and compact, certified dual-digit optical fingerprint scanner which captures high quality prints through an advanced optics design to enhance ambient light discrimination. It is powered by a single USB 2.0 interface to eliminate excessive cabling, and its small footprint has no moving parts to allow quick and easy integration into new or existing applications. The larger platen area of the CSD450 allows the capture of a dual-digit flat fingerprint impression or a single-digit rolled impression, and it is FBI Appendix F and FIPS 201 PIV certified. Features of this scanner include auto-capture and adjustable brightness and contrast, with an image acquisition rate of fifteen frames per second. The CSD450 integrates into third-party applications through software development kits (SDKs), built using 3M Cogents standard technology and providing biometric functions such as fingerprint acquisition, finger segmentation, 1:1 and/or 1:N verification, and quality assessment.

CSD 450F Technical Specifications


The following table details the CSD 450F technical specifications.

Specification
Resolution Uniform Illumination Platen Size Active Platen Area Interface Grayscale Connection/Power Operating Temperature Range Weight Dimensions Minimum Computer Specifications

Detail
500 ppi Automatically calibrated 46 x 46 mm 800 x 750 pixels USB 2.0 8-bit, 256 levels USB 2.0 (500 mA @ 5V) 0C to 55C 0.45 kg 84 x 100 x 76 mm 2 GHz or higher P4 compatible CPU 512 MB RAM USB 2.0 compliant ports or USB 2.0 PCI card Windows 2000 or above ISO-IEC 19794-4:2005 FIPS 201, FBI PIV-071006, Mobile ID SAP 45 FBI IAFIS IQS Appendix F EN 55022:2006, EN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003

Certification

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Powering on the Scanner


Before using the scanner, you must first connect it to a computer. To connect the scanner to a computer, ensure that the computer is powered and booted. Plug in the scanner cable to an available USB 2.0 port in the computer. The scanner will be powered on.

NOTE: the scanner is powered by the computer via USB. When power to the USB ports is turned off (i.e., the computer is in hibernate or standby mode), it cannot power the scanner.

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Chapter 2

Capturing Fingerprints
Before you begin capturing fingerprints, keep the following in mind: Be sure that the persons hands and the scanner glass platen are clean and free from debris. Excessive perspiration has the same effect as too much ink in traditional fingerprinting. If necessary, clean the persons hands before each print capture. At the same time, if the persons skin is too dry or too cold, the print will be too light. If this is the case, you may use any oil-free lotion to moisturize the persons hands. (For more information about cleaning and moisturizing the persons hands, refer to Appendix A: Operating the CSD 450F Scanner for Maximum Performance on Page 11.)

FIGURE 2-1: Fingerprint record screen from sample application. 3M Cogent, Inc. - User Guide
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The CSD450F supports the desired 2-2-1 fingerprint scanning method for flat impressions, along with individual rolled fingerprints from each digit. Automatic segmentation will separate dual-digit impressions into individual finger images, and a sequencing module will verify the proper order of rolled fingerprint captures against the prior sequence of flat acquisitions. The application will guide the operator through a desired sequence using a series of LED indicators on the device itself.

Capturing Two fingers


To capture two fingers: Instruct the person to place his/her two fingers flat on platen and press down firmly (figure)

NOTE: When scanning prints, be careful not to press too hard, as this will result in images that have darker ridges of black spots.

FIGURE 2-2: Separate images of dual-digit capture from the right hand.

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Capture Single Fingers


To capture single fingerprints: Instruct the person to place his/her finger flat on the glass platen and press firmly (figure) NOTE: When scanning prints, be careful not to press too hard, as this will result in images that have darker ridges or black spots.

FIGURE 2-3: Image of a single-digit thumb capture from the right hand.

After capture is complete, the individual is instructed to remove his/her fingers from the glass platen.

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Capturing Rolled Fingerprints


To capture rolled fingerprints: Instruct the subject to center the core on the scanner platen and roll the finger to the right, maintaining its position so that it will be centered.

FIGURE 2-4: Placing the finger on the platen and starting to roll the print (operator-assisted). Instruct the subject to slowly roll the finger from the right to the left until a full print is obtained.

FIGURE 2-5: Completing the rolled fingerprint (operator-assisted). 3M Cogent, Inc. - User Guide
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NOTE: To ensure a proper print capture, be sure to prevent lifting or sliding of the finger during the roll.

After acquisition is complete, instruct the subject to remove his/her finger from the glass platen.

FIGURE 2-6: Completed rolled fingerprint as displayed in sample application.

NOTE: For capturing left-hand rolled fingerprints, roll from left to right, nail to nail.

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FIGURE 2-7: Sample application screen following complete fingerprint process.

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Appendix A

Operating the CSD 450F Scanner for Maximum Performance


General Guidelines
3M Cogent recommends that you observe the following guidelines for operation of your scanner: Warm up the CSD 450F: The scanner contains a build-in scanner platen control, which ensures that the glass platen remains at the optimum temperature for fingerprint capture. The temperature control helps prevent condensation from forming on the glass, and also causes increased smoothness of the skin, both of which aid in maximizing fingerprint image quality. When you power on the scanner, you must allow the scanner to warm up. The glass platen should be slightly warm to the touch before you begin use. Avoid having hard objects (e.g., handcuffs, watches, rings, etc.) come into contact with the glass platen: Sharp objects, particularly metals, may scratch the glass platen. Be very careful when capturing fingerprints of people wearing handcuffs or jewelry.

Cleaning Guidelines
Before each use of the system, ensure that the glass capture platen, as well as the persons fingers, is free from debris and bacteria.

Moisturizing and Clean the Persons Hands


It is recommended that people wash their hands before the scanning process. If the persons hands are too dry, the print image will be too light in the display. You can have the person moisturize his/her hands using a baby wipe free of lotion, scent, and alcohol. Baby wipes are sold in a pop-up container which helps avoid infection, as the used wipes can be easily discarded. Excessive perspiration has the same effect as too much ink in traditional fingerprinting. People should dry their hands in there is perspiration.

Cleaning the Glass Capture Platen


3M Cogent recommends cleaning the glass capture platen before each use in order to clear it of debris.

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Optimizing Print Capture


To ensure the best quality print is captured, 3M Cogent recommends using the following guidelines:

Positioning the Finger on the Fingerprint Sensor


During enrollment, be sure to properly position the finger on the sensor. The following table describes poor placement and proper placement on the sensor. Image Condition Too High The finger is positioned too high on the sensor and does not offer enough information to accurately enroll an image.

Too Low The finger is positioned too low on the sensor and may not be properly enrolled.

Skewed Left The finger is off-center and somewhat rotated. This fingerprint image can result in a failure to properly identify them later on, even if enough minutiae points have been detected.

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Skewed Right The finger is off-center and somewhat rotated. This fingerprint image can result in a failure to properly identify them later on, even if enough minutiae points have been detected.

Optimal Image The finger is properly placed with even pressure and minimal rotation.

Capturing High-Quality Fingerprints


The condition of the finger itself may affect the image quality of the fingerprint. The following table provides descriptions of typical finger conditions and 3M Cogents recommended solutions for ensuring the capture of the highest quality fingerprints. Image Condition Dry Finger The finger is very dry and difficult to capture. Solution Perform one of the following actions: Apply moisture to the finger using oil from your forehead. Breathe on the finger. Use a moisturizer that does not contain alcohol. As a last resort, enroll a different finger.

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Wet Finger Remove excessive moisture from either the finger or the finger sensor.

Damage to Finger The fingerprint may have future issues with identification due to the damaged area of the finger.

Perform one of the following actions: To remove the excessive moisture from your finger, wipe your finger on a cloth or Kleenex to absorb the moisture. To remove excessive moisture from the fingerprint sensor, please refer to Cleaning the Glass Capture Platen chapter. Enroll a different finger.

Not Enough Pressure The user did not apply enough pressure. As a result, the image looks very light and some of the surrounding areas are not captured.

The user should apply moderate but steady pressure; about the same pressure as pressing a button on a telephone.

Too Much Pressure The user is applying too much pressure on the sensor. This distorts the fingerprint image and will make it difficult to identify in the future.

The user should apply moderate but steady pressure; about the same pressure as pressing a button on a telephone.

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