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I am looking for a simple fingerprint sensor that is programable and that I can connect directly to a microprocessor can you help me?

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  • salermom Sep 29, 2010

    thank you, Which microprocessor would you recommend that I use for this sensor? and does it come with the developers program? also is there any other solution that does not connect via usb?

  • salermom Sep 29, 2010

    This info is so that I explain myself a little better.



    What I need this sensor to do is simply recognize certain users while entering a certain place, lets say a work place, I want to program the micro so that when this users enter the workplace they simply put the finger in the sensor, and then the screen will give them the corresponding section that they have to go to. In this section I will have additional sensors, so that is why I need a sensor easy to program, so that when the user puts their finger, their appointed work section will pop up on the lcd screen.



    Do you still recommend the same fingerprint sensor for this function? and if so which micro do you recommend for this specific sensor?



    Thank you.

  • salermom Sep 29, 2010

    Did you receive the reply that I sent before? Also I am looking for hopefully using a PIC microcontroller to connect this fingerprint sensor. Just in case you did not receive the previous reply, I im trying to build a device, that will simply recognize the user and depending on the user an lcd screen will appoint him to a specific workplace. So I need a simple micro again hopefully a PIC micro and a sensor that is compatible to the micro and easy to program so that it can efficiently do this function, simply recognize the user and appoint the user to their corresponding location.

    thanks again,

    Mario

  • salermom Sep 29, 2010

    Actually I do not plan to use it in conjunction with a computer, but rather a device on its own that I can place in front on the door, independent from the computer. I am also working on sending the information about the users coming into the workplace wirelessly to an interface in the computer, but that I am not having trouble with. My biggest problem right now is finding this micro and fingerprint sensor, so that I can program them to my specific needs.

    Thanks again,

    Mario

  • salermom Sep 29, 2010

    Great thank you!

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Sure thing, this is by far the best one, and is the same price if not less than the competition. It works great, I have one personally, very easy to use:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018E72TY?ie=UTF8&tag=dependascient-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0018E72TY

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    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    It works with any microprocessor, are you building a new machine to use it with, or what do you mean when you ask about a specific microprocessor? I can send you a link to an Intel Duo Core for example, an inexpensive microprocessor that works great. Development software is a different story... it can work with any common coding language though. Any particular interface you are looking for? USB is by far the most common of course, which are you trying to use?

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Hmm, interesting indeed. Well yes this is a fantastic sensor for that application, it is very accurate where other models seem to have a hard time being as accurate, which is obviously important when it comes to a fingerprint. I guess I am a bit confused on your microprocessor question, you do plan to use this in conjunction with a computer correct? Any computer will work....

    Thanks
    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Sep 29, 2010

    Ah ok, interesting, let me see what I can find in that case, give me a moment more here..
    Tim

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