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OCR310e - Oblique

The OCR310e is an optical character recognition (OCR) swipe reader module. Combining ultra-compact size and low-power consumption, the OCR310e is designed to be integrated into third-party, hand-held devices for applications such as portable identification verification devices.

An OCR decoder is integrated within the device using an advanced recognition engine to provide highly accurate and very fast document reading. 

 

OCR310e Reading Engine - Detail view

 

The OCR reading engine captures code lines from machine readable passports (MRP), visas (MRV), US and international resident permits as well as European and other national ID cards conforming to ICAO 9303 & ISO/IEC 7501-1 (2 and 3-line MRZ). It will also read the new ISO/IEC 18013-1 driving licences (1-line MRZ), so is future-proofed. 

In addition, APACS debit and credit documents (APACS standards 3.1 and 3.2, respectively) can be read together with E13B, OCRB and mixed E13B and OCRB fonts.

 

Applications

Integration into portable devices requiring low-power OCR reading such as:

  • Police identification checking
  • Queue-busting at airport check-in
  • Security checks at airport boarding gates
  • AQQ and APIS generation

Device Features

Connection type

  • USB USB

Technology

  • OCR OCR

Reader size

  • Swipe Swipe

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Features

Miniature package

Very compact design with low power consumption and sleep mode

Fast & Accurate

Access’ established OCR decoding technology ensures speed and accuracy

Documents Read

Reads passports, visas and travel cards conforming to ICAO9303 & APACS debit/credit docs, E13B & OCRB font

Simple Integration

Developer’s kit available and choice of Serial or USB interfaces (CDC, HID or keyboard emulation)

Intuitive Use

Bidirectional OCR read