Print Electronics Inc. Introduces Biometric-Enabled Access Control Device

Print Electronics has introduced its ACT+FP access control reader that uses a biometrics pad for granting access. Designed for smaller operations, the system has available TCP/IP connectivity allowing it to be networked into a security system.

ACT+ FP is quick and easy to install. Mount the ACT+FP reader on the ACT+ wall outside the door. Install the controller inside the premises and connect the electric lock. Power ON the unit and it is ready to use. As the controller is mounted inside the premises, intruder cannot open the door, by damaging the reader and tampering with the wires. ACT+FP also has an auto feature whereby the user can put his finger on the sensor for identification and if he is one of the authorized user then it opens the door lock. However this feature can work for up to 50 users with reasonable speed. However, if there are more than 50 users then the user will need to dial the PIN and place the finger for verification.

Once the finger is identified, the PIN number along with date and time is recorded in the unit. With the help of data capture software, the log can be retrieved on the computer and generate host of reports. The software also has capability to configure time zones, rights, define groups, backup templates on computer, transferring and synchronizing templates to other ACT+FP units etc. This data can also be further used for time and ACT+attendance applications.


  • Ideal for small and medium organizations.
  • Virtually zero maintenance system
  • Can store up to 4000 templates and 5500 transactions
  • Supports both 1:1 and 1:N matching (1:N recommended for 50 templates only)
  • Software for log reporting and template management
  • Scratch proof optical sensor.
  • Dimensions in mm:

Act+FP Terminal - L 66 x W 51 x H 140; Controller- L 80 x W 46 x H 124
Optional Features

  • TCP/IP connectivity
  • External UPS
  • Magnetic Lock / Electric Strike
  • Exit Switch
  • Exit Keypad

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice