Papilon’s live-scanning fingerprint scanners are designed to capture fingerprints and send them to a database for later inquiries. Each scanner is designed to be used in different situations and equipped with various capabilities that fit to the security needs of different organizations. Thanks to their impact-resistant design, Papilon fingerprint scanners can be carried to every corner of the world and are suitable to be used in the field. They can operate under extreme environmental and climatic conditions, and excessive moisture.

Designed to capture fingerprints and send them to a database for later inquiries

4 Unique Products

LS-4421 & LS-4422

An abbreviation for Live Scanner 4421, LS-4421 is a fingerprint scanner that takes flat and rolled prints.

LS-4421 is a real time fingerprinting device that scans both flat and rolled fingerprints. In flat fingerprinting, four fingers of each hand, starting with the index finger, are placed on the device for, then both thumbs are placed on the scanning surface for simultaneous scanning. In rolled printing, the finger is rolled from one edge of the nail to the other. Prints taken with LS-4421 are recorded to be sent to the central dataset.

LS-1101 & LS-1102

Short for Live Scanner 1101, LS-1101. Real time finger and palm print scanner.

LS-1101 is a finger and palm print scanner that takes rolled and flat prints besides palm-side prints. Its capabilities make LS-1101 especially suitable to be used in criminal procedures.


Short for “Live Scanner 01”, LS-01 is a flat print scanner.

The smallest member of LS scanners, LS-01 is designed to ease identity checks in the field. Its size makes it ideal for use in mobile terminals and units.


Short for Live Scanner 11, LS-11 is a flat and rolled fingerprinting device. 

LS-11 is a fingerprint scanner that is able to take rolled and flat prints of all fingers one by one and run identification and verification requests.