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TECHNOLOGY FOR QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINATION

 

UV Activated Security Features

 

Security features that can only be seen under UV illumination (200-400nm) are some of the most frequently used anti-counterfeiting measures found on passports, ID cards, drivers licence, and banknotes.

Often, but not always, invisible under visible light, UV activated features may take the form of random fibres, printed text or images and are most commonly printed on a substrate that does not reflect UV. 

All Foster + Freeman VSC systems include UV light sources that can be used to reveal UV activated security features as well as for the analysis of paper brightness and to detect evidence of tampering.

 

EXAMINE UV ACTIVATED SECURITY FEATURES USING THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS

VSC6000/HS the leading document examination system

VSC400 compact and verstaile document examination system

VSC40/HD Range modular systems configured to meet user requirements

VSC-QC1 Front line travel document scanner

eye-D a compact travel document examination system