Issues Or Tips For Installing Biometric Readers?

I'm new to the access control industry and will be installing some Suprema Bioentry Plus fingerprint scanners to be merged with a Kantech system. I know with cameras there's a number of settings to configure to get things running smoothly (lowering FPS, adjusting resolution, frame size, etc). I was just wondering if there's anything similar to look out for when getting this set up to make it go as smoothly as possible.

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*-Device ********. The fingerprint templates are stored in the device memory. Suprema solution handles from 5,000 fingerprints to 100,000 fingerprints in [1;N] (depending on reader) with a quasi-instant matching for Guenuine matching (normal: less than 1 second / worst case: 3 seconds). Imposter matching can take a bit more time.

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*-Template ** ****. The templates are stored in a SmartCard (Mifare, DesFire, iClass SE, Seos). Fingerprint is verified [1;1] with that is on the card (1 to 4 fingers). Employees need to hold a card (con) but this solution has also many Pros (no need to have TCP/IP on the reader, scalability is infinite just has biometric passport)

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