The visualizer is designed for expert examination of all reflection security holograms (DOVIDs) used to protect banknotes, ID documents, visa stamps, driving licenses, vehicle registration certificates, revenue stamps and other securities against counterfeiting.
The device allows obtaining images of a hologram or its separate parts. It is intended for authenticating holograms by visually comparing obtained images with reference images from the database.
The device enables to visualize covert laser readable images in holograms.
Regula 2303 is made as a single unit for desktop use. The device is used with a PC and controlled via the Regula Forensic Studio software (supplied with the device).
The device can be optionally supplied with a visualizer of covert laser readable images in holograms Regula 2305. The latter is equipped with two high-intensity coherent light sources (lasers) activated in turn.
Functionality (automated authenticity verification)
The device enables to
1. Macro module
|Macro shooting mode|
|Field of view, mm||Resolution, ppi|
2. Micro module (only for 2303.01 modification)
|Micro shooting mode|
|Minimum magnification: 1x||Maximum magnification: 11x|
|Field of view, mm||Resolution, ppi||Field of view, mm||Resolution, ppi|
Dimensions (length×width×height), mm — 335×355×415
Weight, kg — 17
Connection interface — USB 2.0
Power supply voltage, V — 12 ± 2
Visualizer of covert laser readable images in holograms Regula 2305 (supplied optionally)
Light sources (lasers), nm:
Angle of hologram illumination — 90º
Variation of the angle of hologram illumination — 70°–110°
Power supply — built-in Li-pol battery
Type-C port for charging
Screen with variable transparency
Dimensions (length×width×height), mm — 105×85×35
Weight, kg — 0,42
|Screen with variable transparency||Green light source — 532 nm||Red light source — 650 nm|