A Compact Device That Fits Everywhere
The small-sized Regula 70X9 doesn’t require a stationary computer to operate, which makes it a go-to solution for border protection counters, passport controls, police stations, registration offices, and other places that might be a bit tight on space. It automatically reads and verfies passports, IDs, visas, driver’s licenses and other identification documents.
Automatic document type identification
Verify data from 12,000+ international documents using AI and ML.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Convert typed or printed text into digital data.
Scan and cross-check data from machine-readable zones.
Verify documents equipped with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips.
Processing graphic fields
Automatic search and crop of signature, fingerprint, document holder's portrait to display as separate images.
Recognize all kinds of barcodes to accelerate operations.
Automatic authenticity verification of a document.
Compensation of external light hitting during image capture in ultraviolet light.
Remove reflection from laminate and holograms in white and IR light.
Infrared 870 nm
Ultraviolet 365 nm
Unlimited Capabilities for Limited Spaces
- 4 USB ports for peripherals
- LAN connection for networking via Ethernet
- Video output for connecting an external monitor
- A built-in Intel® Core™ with active fan heatsink, 8GB of RAM and 120 GB SSD
Being just 160 mm wide, Regula 70X9 conducts a surprisingly wide range of document checks. It reads and authenticates ID documents, such as passports, visas, driver's licenses, and more, and automates data entry. The processing happens right on the device with the help of the built-in PC, which makes it an independent unit and saves space.
Still, Regula 70X9 is flexible and can be easily upgraded to a forensic mini lab. The optional built-in USB Multi Touch Monitor adds convenient visualization.
Thanks to the four USB ports, you can connect Spectral luminescent magnifier Regula 4177-5, Light table Regula 4167S or other devices. Depending on the configuration, it can also read RFID and SmartCard chips.
Thanks to the SDK that comes with the workstation, it can be a part of a bigger infrastructure and instantly transfer and synchronize data with your existing systems.