Hitachi finger vein reader is an authentication device that works on the near-infrared technology. With the help of Hitachi finger vein reader, it becomes easier for the organizations to authenticate an individual’s identity even if a scanned finger is sweaty, extensively dry or aged. Moreover, M2-FingerVein Reader, which is manufactured by Hitachi, also displays green light every time a finger is scanned and authentication is accepted successfully. Hitachi finger vein reader also indicates poorly scanned finger or unaccepted authentication by displaying orange or red lights respectively.
Hitachi finger vein reader eliminates the requirement of letting individual’s finger come into direct physical contact with the scanning device in order to identify that person. Because of near-infrared light technology, Hitachi finger vein reader scans the patterns of the veins of a finger from distance, hence increasing the life of the scanner.