The Full Page Reader for Machine Readable Travel Documents and ePassports
The DILETTA TDR 700 Reader quickly and accurately processes Electronic and Machine Readable Travel Documents (eMRTD) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Standards.
The high international travel volume can be dated back to 1960 when the first high-volume aircraft was produced. Until now many border controls have been carried out manually and visually. Thus it is not surprising that the growth of passenger traffic has led to an overloading of passport control facilities.
In order to increase input and output speeds, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has developed a standard for machine-readable travel documents (MRTD). In 1980 the ICAO issued guidelines for the design and use of MRP's for its member states. (ICAO Document 9304, 1980 Edition and ISO/DIS 7501, 1983 Edition).
Illustration 1 shows the layout of a machine-readable passport (MRP).
The issue of MRP's alone is not sufficient to modernize antiquated border controls. The benefits of an ePassport can only be achieved by using MRP control systems at the border points. The key component in every control system is the ePassport reader.
A control system with a fast, high-precision MRP reader enables:
Holder's data and photograph are captured in 0.1 seconds, with processed data output in approx. 1 second. IC data from conventional ePassport is read in 2 seconds. Since conventional ePassport readers require a PC to process OCR and BAC data, their processing time depends on the PC performance. DILETTA ePassport Readers come with embedded circutry to handle OCR and BAC processing,
Laying the ICAO document on the glass of the TDR700 triggers the scanning procedure. The ergonomic construction of the device guarantees that the document is correctly placed. Recognition is completed in the shortest possible time and the data read is transmitted to the PC.
Only about 3 seconds1) are required for scanning, OCR and IC recognition, data transmission and monitor display.
The DILETTA TDR700 is the way to perfect border control. DILETTA offers you the TDR700 reader as an individual unit or in combination with a PC adjusted to customer's requirement.
The TDR700 ICAO reader supports passport inspection under three different light sources:
DILETTA TDR700 - The forensic laboratory in your reader.
|Width x Depth x Height||200 x 190 x 127 mm³|
|Weight||approx. 2.3 kg (excluding cables and power pack)|
|USB 2.0 Hi-Speed (Universal Serial Bus)||yes|
|ICAO 9303-1 / Machine Readable Passport||yes|
|ICAO 9303-2 / Machine Readable Visa||yes|
|ICAO 9303-3 / Machine Readable Travel Card||yes|
|IATA BCBP (boarding ticket)||yes|
|Readable Characters||ISO 1073/1 OCR B1; Numeric: 0..9, Alphbet: A..Z, Sign: <|
|OCR Accuracy||More than 98% (Except dirty and damaged OCR)|
|Barcode Reader Engine|
|Readable Barcodes||Code 39; QR Code; PDF417|
|IC Reader Engine|
|Readable ICs||ISO/IEC 14443 Type A & B; 106, 212, 424, 848 kbps|
|Data structure and read protocol||Comply to ICAO 9303 Part 1, 6th Edition|
|Access Control (extendable in the future)||Basic Access Control (BAC); Extended Access Control (EAC V1.11)|
|Authentication (extendable in the future)||Active Authentication (AA); Passive Authentication (PA)|
|Reading time per MRP|
|Conventional Machine Readable Passport||approx. 1 sec.|
|ePassport 1)||approx. 3 sec.|
|Scanning Area Size||130mm x 92mm|
|Resolution||Approx. 240 dpi / 480 dpi|
|Capture Modes||Colour; UV Light; IR Light|
|Integrated Light Sources|
|White Light (Colour Image)||yes|
|UV Light (Ultra Violet)||yes|
|IR Light (Infra-Red)||yes|
|Sensors||Automatic detection of the document|
|Keys||Power switch; Manual Read Switch|
|LEDs||POWER / READY / ERROR / IC|
|Temperature||5 to 40 °C (41 to 95 °F)|
|Humidity||20 to 90% RH with no cond.|
|AC Power Pack||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|The reading time depends on size of IC data, reading speed, operating system and other variables. Time measured with Japanese ePassport.
Only OCR encoded data
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