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Video spectral comparator Regula 4307

The device is intended for advanced authenticity verification of passports, ID cards, travel documents, passport stamps, banknotes, driving licences, vehicle registration certificates and other vehicle related documents, signatures and handwriting fragments, paintings, revenue stamps and other security documents.


The device is made as a single unit for desktop use. It is used with a PC (model Regula 4307MC.XХХХ is supplied with Built-in PC) and fully controlled through "Regula Forensic Studio" software interface (supplied with a unit). The video spectral comparator enables to capture, process and store digital images of examined objects. All models are equipped with modules for reading RFID chips, hidden image (IPI), 1D and 2D barcodes. Regula 4307 is supplied with a Spectral luminescent magnifier Regula 4147, information reference systems "Passport", "Autodocs", "Currency" (Brief versions).
Regula 4307 has a set of light sources of visible, infrared, ultraviolet spectral ranges and imaging filters used for carrying out forensic examinations.
The comparator can optionally be equipped with a hyperspectral imaging module, a high resolution spectrometer, a light source for anti-Stokes luminescence, an XY translation stage, a built-in PC.


Features

  • Magnification up to 133x (for 30 inch monitor)
  • Connection interface — USB 3.0
  • Protective shields against harmful UV radiation
  • Big size/thick documents examination option
  • Possibility to use with additional equipment (magnetic ink visualizer Regula 4197, spectral luminescent magnifier Regula 4177 and information reference systems on travel documents and banknotes


Functionality

  • Examinations under high magnification on different levels:
    • protection of the document basis
      • paper opacity, watermarks, security fibers, planchetes, security threads, foil stamping, pole feature, all types of windows, transparent vanish coating, shadow images, etc.
    • printing methods
      • intaglio: texts, guiloche frames, rosettes and vignettes, microprinting, latent images and moire patterns, signs for the visually impaired, blind embossing, colour shifting ink, including OVI with embossing and latent images, etc.
      • letterpress: serial numbers, texts, barcodes, etc.
      • offset printing including Orlov and rainbow printing: texts, microprinting, moire patterns, background and anti-copy patterns, etc.
      • screen printing: security features with optically variable effects, etc.
      • see-through register
      • perforation
    • physicochemical protection
      • anti-Stokes luminescence
      • UV luminescence with different wavelength
      • IR luminescence
      • security features with magnetic properties, etc.
    • complex security features
      • holographic images, OVD
      • retroreflective protection
      • security features with IR-metameric ink
      • special polymer coating of security laminates
      • metallized coating
      • laser engraving
  • Additional examination of:
    • fragments of document images depending on the degree of absorption or reflection of IR light
    • document alterations such as erasure, etching etc.
    • traces of signature forgery
    • extraneous lines (do not originally belong to the examined object) that are performed with IR opaque inks
    • blurred, crossed out entries, texts and images
    • document mechanical defects such as cuts, tears, folds, etc.
  • Comparison of two images in different combinations (two saved images, saved image against live video, saved images against etalon image from information reference systems, etc.)
  • Automatic reading of:
    • Textual information from machine readable zone of ICAO compliant documents (ID-1, ID-2, ID-3)
    • 1D and 2D barcodes
    • Information from RFID chips in eDocuments (DG1 to DG15, BAC, EAC, AA, PA, TA, PACE) and verification of those chips


Application

  • Border control and immigration services
  • Customs authorities
  • Law-enforcement agencies
  • Forensic laboratories
  • Financial institutions
  • Other agencies and organizations authorized to check documents
  • Document examiners