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Sfg Demo Fingerprint Software BEST Download

Free Fingerprint Verification software development kit is a freeware SDK intended for adding fingerprint verification functionality into various applications.The SDK is most suitable for developing biometric logon applications, but it can be used also for any other application that do not require to store more than 10 fingerprints.

Sfg Demo Fingerprint Software Download

The demo software runs on Windows and requires the FPS to be connected to the PC via a USB to TTL adapter. In this article, an Arduino Uno is used as a USB adapter and configured to relay information between the demo application running on the PC and the GT-511C3 FPS.

Code to load to the Arduino for the above hardware configuration configures the Arduino to relay information between the USB port of the Arduino and the fingerprint scanner. This is the same software used in the GT-511C3 / Processing application article.

Using an Arduino Uno as a serial link between the PC and fingerprint scanner module has some limitations that are probably due to the speed that the software serial port used for the FPS can operate at; and / or synchronisation between the two serial ports.

A Windows application is available to test products in the R30X series. You would find two versions of it if you search online. One is called SFG Demo and the other is SYNO Demo. The latter one was found to be better, so I will be demoing that here. You can download both versions in the downloads section.

Sure. But as Santos mentioned by using default library, you can only store it in Flash memory.However, if DownChar/UpChar commands are used, the templates in Sensor Buffers (CharBuffer1 or CharBuffer2) can be downloaded/uploaded to an external computer. And those templates can be utilized to be transfered to the other sensors connected to the other arduinos.This method can handle the process for an environment using multiple fingerprint sensors in different locations, and the data upload/download can be done over network using a ethernet module.


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