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IR LEDsThe NIR-C19M series of IR LEDs for iris recognition from Everlight Electronics Co Ltd. features a wavelength of 810 nm, which exert the clearest contrast effect to read the pattern of the iris.

The devices adopt a molding manufacturing process. Compared to the traditional glue dispense manufacturing process, molding results in a smoother surface which not only enhances the look but also increases reliability. The NIR-C19M series works with a wavelength of 810 nm and uses an advanced image signal processor with a CMOS sensor
to receive the IR reflection by the human eye to authenticate iris identification. Its unique optical design achieves a clear high-reflection rate, a small angle and a radiant intensity of up to 2700 mW/Sr <1000 mA.

The recognition process is precise, quick and features excellent heat dissipation, making it perfectly suitable for iris recognition applications in security surveillance systems, access control and portable handsets.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2017

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