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ZFM-20 fingerprint capture library

Posted on Friday, November 27th, 2015 in library by DP

ZFM20-CH340G

Dilshan Jayakody  writes:

This ZFM-20 fingerprint library is developed to capture and retrieve fingerprint images from the above sensor module. The main purpose of this library is to use ZFM-20 sensor with PC as low cost fingerprint capture unit and because of that, in-module fingerprint processing and verification functions are not implemented in this library.
ZFM20-LIB is x86 native shared library and its implemented using Lazarus/FPC. This library is developed to use with most of the programming languages which including C, C++, Delphi, FPC, Microsoft .net framework based languages, etc. Object oriented wrappers for this library are available for both .net framework support languages and for FPC.
This version of ZFM-20 Fingerprint capture library is tested with ZFM-20 series serial fingerprint module with CH340G USB to serial converter. Generally this library is design to work with any USB to serial converter which including FT232, CP2101, etc.

The library is hosted on Github.

More details at Jayakody’s blog.

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3 Responses to “ZFM-20 fingerprint capture library”

  1. Drone says:

    Howz ’bout I “capture” your fingerprint with these-here big pair of wire cutters instead?

  2. Max says:

    *Sigh*… There are only two things that would survive a nuclear war – cockroaches and the misconception that any kind of biometrics is adequate as authentication…

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