HandPunch 2000 Installation and Operations Manual

HandPunch 2000 Installation and Operations Manual
HandPunch 2000
Installation and Operations Manual
Recognition Systems, Inc.
1520 Dell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
Tel: 408-364-6960
Fax: 408-370-3679
Email: [email protected]
HandPunch 2000 Installation and Operations Manual
Table of contents
HandPunch technology
2
Installation planning
3
Installation
4
Wiring
5
Supervisors and administrators guide, command mode
6
Entering and exiting the command mode
7
Supervisor enrollment
8
General setup
9
Set language and date
10
Set address
11
Employee enrollment and removal
12
User reject threshold
15
Employee operating guide
16
Programmers’ guide
18
Punch menus
19
Configuration
22
Maintenance
23
Warranty
26
Specifications
28
Index
29
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HandPunch Technology
The HandPunch uses the size and the shape of the human hand to verify a person’s identity.
It does not read fingerprints or the palm. The reader takes over 90 measurements of the
fingers and part of the hand. The hand reader uses invisible light like the kind used in a
television remote control, special optics and a CCD (chip) camera to capture a threedimensional image of the hand. Using advanced microprocessor technology, the terminal
converts the image to a template. It stores the template in database with the employee’s ID
number. To punch in, the employee enters his or her ID number at the terminal. HandPunch
2000 prompts the employee to place his or her hand. The terminal compares the hand on the
platen with employee’s unique template. If the images match, the terminal stores the punch
information and uploads it to time and attendance software for processing.
Using the HandPunch 2000 is easy…
Enter your ID
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Installation planning
Use the following guidelines to help in installing your HandPunch.
• Place the terminal where it does not interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
• The terminal platen (hand placement surface) should be 40 inches above the floor.
• The wire run between the terminal and computer must not exceed 50 feet (15 meters).
• The terminal must be within 5 feet (1.5 meters) of a 120VAC duplex outlet.
• An 8 foot (2.4 meter) cable is included with modem units. The telephone connection
must be within 8 feet of the terminal to use this cable.
Hand reader placement
The reader should be in a convenient location where it is not exposed to water,
chemicals, or direct sunlight.
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Installation
Mark location for the wall plate
Select a location referring to the guidelines in the
installation planning section of this manual.
• Measure 48-1/2 in. (123 cm.) to the finished
floor.
• Drive a small nail into the wall or mark the
location.
• Hang the wall plate from the hole located near
the top or tape it in place if necessary. Check to
ensure the wall plate is level.
• Using the wall plate as a template, mark the
locations of the two holes near the top and three
holes at the bottom.
• Remove the nail and wall plate from the wall.
• For hollow walls, use the hardware provided to
fasten the wall plate to the wall. Use (2) furnished
auger style fasteners for the upper bolts and (3)
toggle bolts for the lower locations.
• Drill the three lower bolt locations using a ¼
inch drill.
• Install the auger style fasteners in the two upper
holes using a screwdriver. The auger will bore into
the wallboard. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
• Install the toggle bolts into the three lower bolt
locations. Tighten the bolt until you feel a strong
resistance. Do not over-tighten. Remove the bolts
and set them aside.
• Hold the wall plate on the wall and install the
two upper bolts (2 inches inch long).
• Install the bolts in the lower hole leaving
approximately 1/8 in. (3mm) clearance beneath the
screw heads.
• See the next section for wiring details and the
completion of the mechanical installation.
• Use expansion bolts (provided) for concrete
walls.
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Wiring
For Exposed wiring,
• Route power and communication cables from the
computer to the hand reader terminal.
• Route the cables to the power and
communications jacks in the back of the terminal.
• Insert the barrel connector into the power socket
and plug the communications cable into the RS
232 connector. If a modem is installed, plug the
modem cable into the modem connector
• Attach the strain relief bushing to the power and
communications and press into place in the
underside of the terminal.
Completing the mechanical installation.
• Hang the terminal from its hinge on to the three
bolts at the bottom of the wall plate.
• Tighten the three bolts.
• Swing the terminal to the upright position while
holding the cables in place. Lock the unit to the
wall plate with the key provided. Turn the key
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE to lock.
• Plug the power supply into the wall outlet and
check the display to verify the unit is working.
After a few seconds you should see ENTER ID. If
the unit does not power up, unlock the terminal
and recheck the power connection. Check to
assure there is power at the duplex outlet.
• Route the communications cable back to the
computer. (For a modem, plug the modem cable
into the telephone jack and go to the last step).
• Plug the end of the cable into the provided 9 pin
serial port connector.
• Plug the connector into the appropriate serial
port of your computer.
• Check the communications with the terminal
using your time and attendance software package.
The terminal has a default baud rate of 9600
bps and its default address
is 1.
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SUPERVISORS/ADMINISTRATORS OPERATING GUIDE
The HandPunch Command Mode is used to add and remove employees from the
system, and perform other system management and service operations. This section of
the manual describes those commands that will commonly be used by work group
supervisors in daily operations of the HandPunch. The command mode is only
accessible to people who are enrolled as supervisors.
Command Mode Overview
The command mode has five groups of menus. Access to each group is controlled by an
individual password.
COMMAND MODE STRUCTURE
SECURITY
ENROLLMENT
MANAGEMENT
SETUP
SERVICE
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 5
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 4
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 3
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 2
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 1
SPECIAL ENROLL
ADD EMPLOYEE
LIST EMPLOYEES
SET LANGUAGE
CALIBRATE
ADD SUPERVISOR
SET EMPLOYEE DATA
SET DATE FORMAT
STATUS DISPLAY
REMOVE EMPLOYEE
SET TIME & DATE
SET ADDRESS
SET ID LENGTH
SET SERIAL
Passwords
Access to the each command group requires a password. A new and unique password
can be assigned to each of the (5) Command Groups from the host computer. You must
exit one command group to enter another. The factory default passwords are shown in
the table below.
SPECIAL ENROLL GROUP
ENROLLMENT GROUP
MANAGEMENT GROUP
SETUP GROUP
SERVICE GROUP
6
5
4
3
2
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Entering and Exiting the Command Mode
If no one is enrolled in the system, press the CLEAR and ENTER . The hand reader
LCD will display ENTER PASSWORD. If people have been enrolled in the hand
reader, the panel will display ENTER ID *:. Enter your ID number and #. Place your
hand to verify identity. You must successfully verify identity to enter the command
mode. When the panel displays ENTER PASSWORD, enter the password of the group
you want to access followed by pressing the ENTER key. If the password is correct the
display will present the first command for the selected Group. To view other commands
in the group, press the * key. After all the command choices have been displayed, the
first command will reappear. You must exit the command group you have accessed to
enter another.
Once you have entered the Command Mode, the display will show a command the top
line. The second line will show the prompt:
* NO YES #
Pressing the # (yes) key will select the displayed command. Sub-menu prompts will
appear.
Pressing the * (no) key will bring up command on the display. Repeatedly pressing the *
key will bring the display back to the first command.
When the *NO YES# prompt is shown on the display, pressing any number key will
exit the Command Mode and return to the “ENTER ID” prompt.
Getting started
The first command you will use is enrollment. The process is described in detail on
page 8. To enroll, you will:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press CLEAR and ENTER at the same time.
Go to the ADD SUPERVISOR menu and follow the prompts.
Enter an ID number.
Following the reader prompts, you will place and remove your hand three or more
times.
You can enroll others, or exit the enrollment menu.
Begin by enrolling yourself and other supervisors. Once you are enrolled, you can set
other functions of the hand reader at the host computer or begin enrolling employees
immediately.
The menus in this manual show the LCD display message on the left and the keystrokes
on the right
Keystrokes
LCD DISPLAY
comments
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First enrollment (supervisor)
Example:
Enroll with ID number 123.
During enrollment, the display
will ask for at least three hand
placements. To place the hand
properly, rest the four fingers of
the right hand on the front of the
platen. Keeping the hand flat,
slide it forward until the web pin
between the index and middle
fingers stops further movement.
Squeeze the fingers against the
finger pins and watch the light
display and hand diagram on the
top panel. The lights go out
when you have placed your
fingers properly. If a light
remains on, move your finger
until it contacts the pin shown on
the display.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ENTER PASSWORD
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ADD EMPLOYEE
*NO
YES #
ADD SUPERVISOR
*NO
YES #
#
*
#
ENTER ID
1 2 3 #
PLACE HAND
1/3
REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
2/3
REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
3/3
123
USER ENROLLED
The first person enrolled is the
only person who has access to
the command menus until others
are enrolled
Important! After the first
person is enrolled, you must
press CLEAR and ENTER, enter
your ID number, place your
hand and verify identity
before you can enroll others.
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ADD SUPERVISOR
* NO YES #
# add another
* next menu
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General Setup
The following is a list of typical set up items
needed before enrolling users. The detail for each
menu follows this overview.
Note: It is not necessary to leave the command
mode after each item is set as shown in the detailed
descriptions.
SET LANGUAGE
* NO
YES #
SET DATE FORMAT
* NO
YES #
SET TIME AND DATE
* NO
YES #
SET ID LENGTH
* NO
YES #
SET ADDRESS
* NO
YES #
SET SERIAL
* NO
YES #
• Set Language
• Set Date Format
The first two items in the setup menu allow the
reader to be “localized” for a variety of countries.
• Set Time and Date
For units not networked to a PC it is important to
set the time and date. Units networked to a PC
typically receive the time and date from the PC.
• Set ID Length
Setting the ID length can reduce the number of
keystrokes needed to enter the ID number by
eliminating the use of the # or ENTER key to
complete ID number entry.
• Set Address
The default setting (1) is typical for this
application. Change only if your application
requires a different address.
•
Set Serial
Set the network communcation baud rate The
default is 9600 bps.
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Set language
Once you are enrolled in the hand
reader, you must press CLEAR
and ENTER at the same time,
enter you ID number and verify
before ENTER PASSWORD will
appear in the display.
The default language is English.
The alternate language choice is
Spanish.
Set date format
The U.S. format MM/DD/YY is
default.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
2 #
SET LANGUAGE
* NO YES #
ENGLISH
*NO/#YES ?:
SET DATE FORMAT
* NO YES #
#
#
*
5
leave default
go to Spanish
next menu
#
mm/dd/yy
* NO YES #
*
#
scroll to view
to select format
SET DATE FORMAT
* NO YES #
5
*
exit or
next menu
SET TIME & DATE
* NO
YES #
#
AVAILABLE DATE FORMATS
mm/dd/yy
dd-MMM-yy
dd-mm-yy
dd/mm/yy
mm-dd-yy
MMM dd, yy
ddMMMyyyy
MONTH MM?
Set time and date
The time and date is normally
downloaded from the host
comuter. However, the time and
date can be set or adjusted at the
reader for periods when the
computer is off line. Set the hours
in 24 hour format.
enter month (mm) #
DAY DD?
enter day (dd) #
YEAR YY?
enter year in 2
digit format (yy) #
HOUR HH?
enter hour in
24 hour format
MINUTE MM?
enter minute (mm)
SET TIME & DATE
* NO
YES #
#
to change
5
to exit
*
to next menu
Continued on the next page…
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Set address
The default address (1) is used
for most applications.
However, if it is necessary to
change it, you can set the
address from 2 to 255.
The ID length is typically be set
at the host computer. When
setting the ID length, change to
the number of digits in the
longest ID number to be entered
in the keypad.
Set serial
9600 bps is the correct setting
for most applications. The baud
rates can be set from 300bps
minimum to 28,800 bps
maximum.
SET ADDRESS
* NO YES #
#
to change address
RDR ADD IS 1
NEW?:
#
to leave 1 as default)
enter new address #
SET ADDRESS
* NO YES #
#
5
*
to change
to exit
next menu
SET ID LENGTH
* NO YES #
#
to change
LENGTH IS 11
NEW?:
enter new ID length #
SET ID LENGTH
* NO YES #
#
5
*
to change
to exit
to next menu
SET SERIAL
* NO YES #
*
#
leave at default 9600 bps
to change
Set RS-232?
* NO YES #
#
to set
9600 baud
* NO YES #
#
*
#
to leave default
to choose
to select choice
SET SERIAL
* NO YES #
#
*
5
to change
to top menu
to exit
You may now complete the set up in the host computer or enroll employees. The next
group of menus is for employee enrollment.
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Employee enrollment
Important! To enter the command
mode, you must press CLEAR and
ENTER, your ID and place your
hand to enter the command mode.
Example, Enroll user 321
Show the employee the hand
placement techniques used in
the FIRST ENROLLMENT.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
4
#
ADD EMPLOYEE
* NO YES #
#
ENTER ID
3
2
#
add another
*
next menu
5
exit
1
#
PLACE HAND
1/3
REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
2/3
The hand reader may ask for
another hand placement.
If the LCD displays “SORRY
CAN’T ADD, another employee is
likely enrolled with the same
number. Also, check for improper
hand placement or insufficient
memory in the LIST USERS menu.
Press # to enroll another employee
or 5 to exit menu
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REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
3/3
321
USER ENROLLED
ADD USER
* NO
YES #
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Special enrollment
ID numbers placed in the database
from the SPECIAL ENROLLMENT
menu will work with anyone’s hand.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
5
A user must place a hand or
prosthetic in the reader to punch.
Example: Enter ID 987 as a special
enrollment.
SPECIAL ENROLL
* NO YES #
#
ID#?
9 8
SPECIAL ENROLL
* NO YES #
List users
The LIST USERS function allows
you to view or print user
information:
ID number
Authority level (0 and 5)
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
User Reject threshold (sensitivity)
Default = 0
Highest security = 75
Setting for people having difficulty
using the reader= 175
7 #
# add next
5 exit
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
#
#
USER SPACE XXX
#
There are two authority levels:
0 = Employees
5 = Supervisors
#
(ID) (REJ) (AUTH)
MORE (#Y/*N)?
DONE. PRESS KEY
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
#
to next ID
*
to stop
#
# repeat
*
next menu
5
exit
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Remove a user
With this menu, supervisors can
remove a user at the reader. The
removal remains in effect until the
host computer polls the reader.
To permanently remove a user, he
or she must be deleted from the
host computer database.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
4
#
ADD EMPLOYEE
*NO
YES #
*
ADD SUPERVISOR
* NO
YES #
*
REMOVE USER
* NO
YES #
#
REMOVE ID #
:
enter employee ID
#
USER REMOVED
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REMOVE ID #
:
enter next ID # or
CLEAR to end
REMOVE USER
* NO
YES #
* next menu
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Set user reject threshold
Use this group of menus to set
the a user reject threshold,
The reject threshold is the
sensitivity of the hand reader.
Some users with physical
disabilities may have difficulty
using the reader. This menu
allows you to adjust the
threshold for individual users
without affecting the threshold of
others.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3
SET USER DATA
* NO YES #
#
SET USER REJECT?
* NO YES #
#
#
ID#?
enter ID #
Note: Host computer software
may override this setting.
REJ. AT (0)
enter new level
ID#
SET USER REJECT
* NO YES #
SET USER DATA
* NO YES #
#
enter new ID or
# to end
5 to exit
*
to next menu
5
to exit
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EMPLOYEES’ OPERATING GUIDE. It may be helpful to post a copy of this
guide near the hand reader.
The hand reader is ready when ENTER ID shows on the LCD display. You may enter
your ID number using the keypad or card reader.
To use the hand reader, enter your ID number followed by the
ENTER key and watch the message displayed on the LCD
display. (Some systems do not require pressing the ENTER key
after your ID).
You can correct a keystroke mistake by pressing the * key. Pressing the CLEAR key
will clear the entire entry. Once a valid ID number has been entered PLACE HAND
will appear on the display and the four finger position indicator lamps will turn on.
When PLACE HAND appears in the display, land your hand on the platen as you did
when you were enrolled.
Using the Data Management Keys
There are two data management keys on the HandPunch 2000 marked F1 and F2. If
your time and attendance system uses the function keys, press F1 or F2 to start the data
collection as instructed by your supervisor.
Typically, you will be asked to enter your ID number and place your hand right away.
After you verify, follow the prompts on the display.
The function keys may prompt you to enter your ID number and hand place your hand
after data collection.
The * key may be used as a backspace key during data entry.
The # or ENTER key enters the data.
If you choose to select the default value displayed during the data collection, press the #
or ENTER key to accept it as correct.
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Hand placement notes:
CORRECT HAND PLACEMENT
1. Think of landing your hand on the reader like landing a airplane. Slide your
hand forward on the silver surface, until the web post between the middle and
index finger stops you. Keep your hand flat so that you feel the surface of the
platen on the underside of your fingers.
2. Close your fingers together so that each finger touches a post. The red finger
post lights will then go out. If a light stays on, just move that finger closer to the
post.
3. If you wear a ring, be sure the stone is facing up in the normal position.
If ** PLACE HAND ** does not appear, ID number was not accepted. This may be
due to an error in entry.
If you were enrolled with the left hand, palm up, you must also punch using left hand by
placing your palm up on the platen. If the finger position lights located at the hand
outline drawing do not go out, the fingers are not properly positioned at the indicated
pin. The reader will not accept your hand unless the fingers are in the proper position.
Remember to close all fingers on their guide pins.
You must hold your hand on the platen briefly, until the message **PLACE HAND**
disappears. The display will show the results of the verification attempt. If the
verification was successful, it will display OKAY XXX . XXX is the ID number. If it
was not, it will display ** TRY AGAIN **.
If it displays ** TRY AGAIN ** , and you are authorized to punch, it may mean you
made an error entering your ID number or in placing your hand on the platen. Re-enter
your ID number and try again, taking care to place your hand properly. If you wear
rings, be sure that the stone is facing up in the normal position.
If it displays TIME RESTRICTION, you are not authorized to punch in at the this
time. If this seems in error, see your supervisor about time restrictions.
After a pre-programmed number of denied attempts, ID number will no longer be
accepted, and the display will show: ID REFUSED.
This is called a “lockout.” Before the rejected number can be used again, another
employee or a supervisor must successfully verify at the reader.
If you enter an ID number, but do not place your hand on the platen, the unit will time
out in about 25 seconds. You can reset the unit by pressing CLEAR.
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Programmers guide
The operating modes of the HandPunch are very flexible. It can be configured to meet
almost any time and attendance situation. This section presents the configurable items of
the HandPunch and describes how they would be specified using Recognition Systems’
PunchNet-G polling software.
The host computer downloads configuration data to the HandPunch terminal. You can
use Recognition Systems PunchNet-G software or a 3rd party software package. In
either case, the requirement for configuration planning and specification remains the
same. It is only the details of how this configuration information is sent to the
HandPunch that may vary. 3rd party software may not support all configuration options.
Refer to the documentation that comes with the 3rd party software for configuration
options that the software supports. When using PunchNet G software, refer to the
manual for how HandPunch configuration data is entered into the system.
Punch Menus
The HandPunch can be configured to operate in several different data entry modes to
meet the requirements of different applications.
No T&A menu
Explicit Punch menu
Request Department Code
Explicit Punch and Department Code
When an employee uses the terminal and does not select a T&A menu, the terminal
records the time, date, employee ID number and HandPunch address r for use by the
Time and Attendance system.
If the explicit punch menu is enabled, the following screen will be displayed when the
employee enters his ID number.
1-IN
2-OUT
3-BACK
If the employee selects BACK (3) the terminal displays an additional menu:
1-LUNCH 2-BREAK
3-CALL BACK
The employee can choose the appropriate response from the menus. The terminal will
record the choice code as part of the punch record.
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If Request Department Code is enabled, the terminal will request a department code
each time an employee punches. The employee may enter any number up to 8 digits in
length. The terminal will record the department code as part of the punch record.
If Request Department Code is not enabled, the employee may bring up the Department
Code prompt by pressing the # key once before entering an ID number. The terminal
will only request a department code if the employee specifically requests it.
HandPunch 2000 Punch Menus
In the HandPunch 2000, the default punch menus described above are available
and function in the same manner. In addition, the employees may define the
explicit punch menus to meet their specific needs. This is accomplished by
defining the F0/Explicit Punch key in a “data management key definition file”.
When F0 is defined:
1. The default explicit punch menus are disabled.
2. The employee may bring up the Department Code prompt by pressing the #
key once before entering his or her ID number.
A employee defined explicit punch menu can function like any of the data
management keys. See below for a general overview. Please refer to RSI’s
Function Key Compiler Employees Manual for the details on creating this menu.
Data Management Keys
You can define the two data management keys on the HandPunch 2000 to meet a variety
of data collection tasks. For the details describing how to create the data collection
sequences, refer to your time and attendance documents.
Below is a general description of the capabilities of the data management keys. RSI’s
key definition architecture is simple to set up and offers considerable flexibility. You can
assemble two basic operations that to define what happens when a data management key
is pressed. They are:
1. Collect Data
2. Display a menu
You can define up to 100 operations and store them in the terminal. Up to 20 pieces of
data may be collected per use.
Collect Data
You can create your own data collection displays. The first line of the LCD display will
accept a prompt of up to 16 characters. The second line displays up to 8 digits of an
employee’s data entry. The following is an example of a department transfer data
collection:
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ENTER DEPT:
?
The employee would enter the department code followed by the # key to enter the data.
The * key acts as a backspace key.
You can define a default value. For example, if the most common department transfers
were for departments 100 and 200, the F1 key may have the default value of 100.
Pressing the F1 key enters the default value of 100.
DEPT TRANSFER
100
Pressing the # key will confirm the entry.
You can link collection functions together creating multiple level data entry. For
example, you can link the entry of a department and job code to a single data
management key:
ENTER DEPT:?
After the department code entry the display shows
ENTER JOB CODE:
?
Display a menu
You can define menus that allow employees to select from a set of choices. You can
link any of the choices to further operations or simply terminate. You can offer up to 4
choices per menu and define text of up to 2 lines with 16 characters per line. For
example, a menu that terminates immediately may be as follows:
1 – IN
2- OUT
You can define the choice to generate a transaction containing an employee defined TA
code.
You can establish links to other menus or data collection. The following is an example
of linking to another menu:
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1-IN
2-OUT
If the employee selects “1” the terminal generates a transaction. No further action is
required.
If the employee selects “2” the terminal displays another menu
1 – OUT FOR LUNCH
2 – OUT FOR DAY
The choice of a 1 or 2 will generate transactions with employee defined TA codes.
You can link menus and collection together.
For example one could display:
1-IN
2-OUT
3-DEPT
Menu choice 3 is linked to a collection
ENTER DEPT
?
You can define the type of data to be collected. This allows a display format that is that
is helpful to the employee. For example, if collecting information that involves money,
the decimal point would be shown after the second digit.
ENTER TIPS
23.45
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HandPunch Configuration Items (typically set at the host computer)
HandPunch configuration specifies the operating parameters of each hand reader. Any
parameters not specified for a hand reader will be set to the default values given below.
HANDPUNCH 2000 CONFIGURATION ITEMS TABLE
(Typically set at host computer)
PASSWORDS
The passwords for operating levels 5 (Special) through 1
(Service) must be specified. Each password may be up to
10 digits long. The default values are 5 for PW5 through 1
for PW1. These should be changed as soon as the
system is operational in order to maintain system security.
REJECT
THRESHOLD
Specifies the HandPunch reject threshold. Permitted
values are 40 through 200. The default is 100.
KEYPAD BEEPER
Specifies the hand reader beeper mode. 0 specifies off
and 1 specifies on. The default is ON.
ID NUMBER
LENGTH (Can also
be set at reader)
Specifies the ID number length. Permitted values are 1
through 10 digits. Shorter ID’s require the # key after ID
entry. Set the ID length to the longest ID number.
ACCESS TRIES
Specifies the number of times a employee is permitted to
retry hand readings without lockout. The default is 6.
DAYLIGHT
SAVINGS TIME
Specifies the time at which the hand reader clock is
advanced or retarded one hour for daylight saving time.
Specifies the month, day, hour, and minutes when daylight
saving time starts stops. If daylight saving start and stop
times are not defined, no automatic adjustment of the
hand reader clocks will be made.
TIME DISPLAY
Specifies 12 or 24 hour clock display. If a 0, 24 hour clock
is displayed. If a 1, a 12 hour clock is displayed. The time
can also be set at the reader.
PUNCH MODE
Selects an operating mode as follows:
Set n to For This Mode
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0
No T&A menu
1
Explicit Punch menu
2
Request department code
3
Both options 1 and 2
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Maintenance
To maintain optimum performance, inspect and clean the hand reader regularly. Clean
the platen, side mirror and reflector, and the window above the platen using a cloth
dampened with ordinary window cleaner. DO NOT SPRAY CLEANING FLUID
DIRECTLY INTO OR ON THE HAND READER. Check users’ scores (shown on
the LCD display when they verify). Scores should average under 30. Occasionally a
user will score above 30. This is not an indication of poor performance. If scores
average over 30, clean the reader and check again. If scores remain high, or if users are
experiencing frequent rejections, run the
CALIBRATION mode. By setting STATUS, you can view the last employee’s score
and the status of the tamper switch.
Memory reset
The memory-reset dip switches (4 and 5) are factory set in the “off” position. The reader
maintains setup and user memory in the event of power failure. To the reset the setup
programs to factory default without erasing the user database, switch 4 on, remove and
reapply power. To erase the user memory and reset the setup programs to factory
default (total reset), set switches 4 and 5 on, remove and reapply power.
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Calibration
This menu is a performance
indicator. It checks the camera
alignment and exposure values.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
1
It also has a recalibration function
that realigns the camera after you
have serviced or cleaned the
terminal.
It is not necessary to recalibrate the
terminal as regular maintenance.
However, If the reader frequently
rejects authorized users, check the
calibration values.
Thoroughly clean the platen, side
mirror and window with window
cleaner on a cloth.
Run RECAL to electronically
recalibrate the hand reader.
Normal operating values
Row “r”
0 +/- 3
Column “c” 0 +/- 3
Exposure: 80 to 120
If the displayed values fall outside
of these limits, the reader may be
damaged and require factory
service.
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CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
r-0 c-1 e-100
RECAL(Y#/NO#)
#
#
*
if not required
#
to recalibrate
PLEASE WAIT
CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
*
to status display
5
to exit
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Set status display
Setting the status display allows
you to check the status of:
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
The tamper switch
The door monitor switch
Auxiliary input(s)
Request to exit switch
The score of the last person that
used the hand reader
To turn off the status display,
press # when the panel displays
STATUS DISPLAY OFF.
See network status display
chart
below.
ENTER PASSWORD
CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
*
STATUS DISPLAY
* NO YES #
#
STATUS DISPLAY
ON *NO/#Y ?:
#
STATUS DISPLAY
* NO YES #
5
ENTER ID
C0000 LLLL ##
NETWORK STATUS DISPLAY
CCCCC LLLL 43
Last hand reading score
These codes are not used.
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Specifications:
Size: 8.85 in. (22.3 cm) wide
11.65 in. (29.6 cm) high
8.55 in. (21.7 cm) deep
Power: 12-24VDC or 12-24 VAC
50-60 Hz
Weight: 6 lbs. (2.7 kg)
Verification time: 1 second or less
Memory retention: 5 years via a standard internal lithium battery
Transaction buffer: 5187 Transactions
ID number length: 1 to 10 digits
Baud rate: 300 – 28.8K bps
Communications: RS-232
User capacity: 512 Users
Recommended European Power Supply:
Ault Inc.
7300 Boone Ave. North
Minneapolis, MN 55428 USA
612-493-1900
Email: [email protected]
Part number D48-121000-A040G
230VAC Input 12VDC 1 Amp output unregulated
CE approved, Ault style #41 connector (barrel plug)
RECYCLABLE
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Recognition Systems, Inc. (the "Company") warrants to the original user the products
manufactured by the Company (the "Product") to be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase by such user or 15
months from the date of shipment from the factory, whichever is sooner, provided:
1. The Company has been notified within such period by return of any alleged defective
product, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, to the Company or its authorized
dealer, transportation prepaid; and
2. The Product has not been abused, misused or improperly maintained and/or repaired
during such period; and
3. Such defect has not been caused by ordinary wear and tear; and
4. Such defect is not the result of voltage surges/brownouts, lightning, water
damage/flooding, fire, explosion, earthquakes, tornadoes, acts of aggression/war or
similar phenomenon; and
5. Accessories used as integral to the Product have been approved by the Company.
The company shall, at its option, either repair or replace, free of charge, the Product
found, upon the Company's inspection, to be so defective, or if agreed upon, refund the
purchase price, less a reasonable allowance for depreciation, in exchange for the
Product.
THE COMPANY MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY AND ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY PERIOD AS SET FORTH ABOVE.
THE COMPANY'S MAXIMUM LIABILITY THEREUNDER IS LIMITED TO THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY
BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE ARISING FROM THE SAME OR THE
USE OF THE PRODUCT.
Recognition Systems reserves the right to make changes in the design of any of its
products without incurring any obligation to make the same change on units previously
purchased.
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Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur le
materiel brouilleur du Canada.
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Index
Installation, 4
A
J
Access tries, 22
Add employee, 12
Add supervisor, 8
Job code, 20
M
B
Maintenance, 23
Memory reset, 23
Beeper, 22
C
Calibrate, 24
Collect Data, 19
Command mode, 6
Configuration, 22
P
Passwords, 6, 22
Programmers guide, 18
Punch Menus, 18
Punch mode, 22
D
Data Management Keys, 16, 19
Daylight savings time, 22
Department transfer, 20
Display a menu, 20
E
Employee operation guide., 16
Explicit Punch, 22
F
R
Reject threshold, 22
S
Settings
Date format, 10
Language, 10
User reject, 15
Special enrollment, 13
Specifications, 26
Status display, 25
Supervisors and adminstrators guide, 6
Finger pin lights, 17
T
G
General Setup, 9
Time display, 22
Time restrictions, 17
Try Again, 17
H
Hand placement, 17
Hand reader location, 3
HandPunch technology overview, 2
W
Warranty, 27
Wiring, 5
I
ID number length, 22
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