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  • 18 Suttons Business Park, Reading, Berkshire
    RG16 1AZ
    United Kingdom
  • +44 118 966 3333

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Optoelectronics
6th November 2012
Access uses Cartes to unveil ultra compact e-passport and ID readers for high speed data capture

Access IS announces the launch of ultra compact optical character recognition (OCR) readers with exceptionally fast and accurate reading performance. The company will be unveiling the new readers on Stand 4K088 at Cartes & Identification 2012, 6-8 November, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre in Paris, France.

Pending
26th September 2012
Access' LSR116 sealed water-resistant 2D barcode reader for kiosks and ticket gates

Access IS has today announced the introduction of the LSR116 - a compact sealed, water and dust-resistant 2D barcode reader which produces exceptionally fast and accurate reading of barcode data from smartphones, as well as printed paper. The LSR116 is an innovative high-tech solution that takes away the high-investment pain for kiosk manufacturers.

Analysis
22nd May 2012
Compact OCR reader from Access IS makes light work of passport data capture

Access IS has announced a low power, compact and lightweight optical character reader (OCR) for passports, identity cards and other OCR-B encoded cards. Called the OCR312, it connects via USB (with type A, mini and micro USB cable options) to most popular handheld portable tablets, data terminals and standard PCs. The OCR312’s low power consumption and ability to revert to sleep mode enable it to operate efficiently with battery powered devices...

Communications
23rd February 2011
Combined NFC & 2D Reader Simplifies Passenger Processing

At the forefront of the trend towards the convenience of paperless boarding, Access has released a boarding pass reader, the BGR125, which combines NFC/contactless and 2D BCBP reading in one device. The BGR125 is capable of reading contactless media such as NFC enabled mobile phones and contactless frequent flyer cards, offering increased convenience to passengers over printed media and over barcoded boarding passes on mobile phones which, unli...

Analysis
3rd February 2010
Access’ rugged barcode imager is designed for easy installation into kiosks and turnstiles

Access IS has introduced a barcode imager designed to fit quickly and easily into public kiosks, visitor turnstiles at events, and retail point-of-sale equipment. The rugged, waterproof construction of the LSR106 makes it suitable for indoor or outdoor use. It reads 2D barcodes on personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones or paper documents and captures data in less than a second. Four threaded brass inserts make it easy to install withou...

Analysis
3rd February 2010
Access IS mobile barcode scanner with Masabi software creates ticketing with Oyster-like speed and reliability

Masabi, the developer of mobile ticket purchase software for mass-market phones, has successfully collaborated with Access IS to produce optimised mobile barcode scanners for use in high volume, mass-transit situations. The new scanners have overcome the issues of speed and reliability previously associated with mobile barcode scanning and now deliver a similar level of experience to that offered by Oyster and Near Field Communications (NFC) syst...

Analysis
6th January 2010
Access snap-on data reader adds OCR and swipe card capability to hand-held airport computer

Access IS announces an optical character reader and magnetic stripe reader snap-on module that adds new capabilities to the Intermec CN3 and CN4 hand-held computers. These computers are widely used in airports. The Access OCR310-CN3 is available in three models: combined OCR and MSR, MSR only, or OCR only. Just by attaching it to the base of the CN3, the unit is ready to operate. Green LEDs are used to confirm a good read. The OCR310-CN3 is desig...

Analysis
6th January 2010
Access’ miniature passport and ID card reader is totally portable with Bluetooth wireless connectivity

Access announces OCR315 miniature passport and ID card reader. Designed for reducing queues at airports and for speeding up security checks, it can be used with a variety of handheld and data terminals or as a discrete hand-held device. Built in Bluetooth connectivity gives users total portability and the reader can alternatively connect to the host terminal via a high-speed USB connection. The OCR315 measures just 110 x 46 x 52 mm and weighs 115...

Displays
23rd July 2008
Programmable keyboards from Access IS

Access, the data input technology company, announces a family of AKC programmable keyboards with integral DigitalPersona “U.are.U” fingerprint readers that recognise even the most difficult fingerprints accurately and rapidly, regardless of placement angle.

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