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F7
Access Control Terminal
User Guide
About this Guide
This guide provides User instructions only. For information regarding actual
installation, refer to the F7 Installation Guide.
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User Guide Disclaimer
All functions described in this document are current as of April, 2008.
However, since the F7 is always being improved upon, it is remotely possible
that this document may not coincide exactly with the F7 you have purchased.
Every effort has been made to ensure the information in this document is
complete and consistent with the F7 you have purchased. ZK Software will
not assume liability for any direct or indirect financial loss resulting from any
inaccuracies or omissions found in this document.
Replication or reproduction of this document or part of this document is
strictly prohibited without prior approval of ZK Software (USA) Inc.
All the functions and uses are recommended for the F7, only. Due to
continuous upgrades and customization of the products, we do not take any
responsibility for any or part of the functions not present in the F7 which you
purchased. Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice.
All trademarks and copyrights are acknowledged.
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Contents
I Considerations
II Abbreviated Operating Procedures
III Introduction to Fingerprint Recognition Technology
1.
User Management
A) Enrolling Users
A1) Enrolling Fingerprints
B1) Enrolling Passwords
C1) Enrolling Fingerprints and Passwords
B) Enrolling Administrators’
B1) Enrolling Fingerprint
B2) Enrolling Password
B3) Enrolling Fingerprints and Passwords
C) Delete
2. Changing Date and Time
3.
Changing Date Format
4.
Advanced Settings
A) Resetting F7
B) Deleting Attendance Logs
C) Clear All Data
D) Clear Administrators’ privileges
E) Show Score
F) 1:N Fingerprint Matching Threshold
G) Must Input ID
H) 1:1 Fingerprint Matching Threshold
I) Voice
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J) Card Only
H) FPCard Key
I) Update Firmware
J) Button Beep
K) Adjust Volume
5.
Power Management
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Communications Options
A) Network Connectivity
B) RS 232/485 Serial Connectivity
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Log Options
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Access Control
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
G)
H)
I)
Time Zone (Period) Settings
Group Time Zone (Period) Settings
User Access Options
Access Combination Settings
Lock
Door Sensor Delay
Door Sensor Mode
Door Sensor Alarm
Duress Options
9 Auto Test
10 System Information
11 Maintenance
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I – CONSIDERATIONS
Environmental Considerations
Do not install or operate the F7 where there is very strong light. Intense
light will adversely impact the fingerprint sensor’s ability to accurately
read fingerprints. The F7 is primarily designed for indoor use. If it must
be installed outdoors, protect it with an all-weather protective covering
such as outdoor enclosures manufactured by STI USA (www.sti-usa.com).
The F7 operating temperature range is 0° to 40° C (32° to 105° F). Do not
operate the F7 in very hot environments. Keep the F7 away from direct
heat sources and provide adequate ventilation to prevent the F7 from
overheating.
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II - Abbreviated Operating Procedures
Step 1
Install the F7 and power it up.
Step 2
Enroll users by registering his/her fingerprints or passwords. If the F7 is
operating in stand-alone mode (where no 3rd party access control panel
exists), assign users’ security privileges directly on the F7.
If using the F7 with a 3rd party Wiegand access control panel, users’
security privileges will be maintained by the access control panel and
NOT the F7.
Step 3
After enrolling user(s), verify his/her enrolled fingerprint(s) or password is
recognized by the F7.
Step 4:
Configure the F7 communication settings. Then download the users’
newly enrolled fingerprints from the F7 onto a computer. Data can be
transmitted via TCP/IP or by a cross-over cable and laptop computer
Note;
We always recommend backing up the fingerprint templates on to a
computer or removable media. If the F7 ever fails or is vandalized,
having a “backup” eliminates the need of having to re-enroll all your
users all over again. Having a “template backup” can potentially
save you a lot of time.
Step 5
Verify the F7 displays the correct day and time
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III – Introduction to Fingerprint Recognition
Technology
Prior to operating the F7 it is essential to first understand how
fingerprint recognition technology works.
Adding and verifying fingerprints is the core function of the F7.
Once a thorough understanding of fingerprint recognition technology
is obtained, you’ll find your experience with the F7 to be very
productive and rewarding.
How fingerprint recognition technology
works
When the user places his/her finger on a Fingerprint Recognition Device
(i.e. F7) for the first time, the fingerprint is scanned and converted into a
computer-generated “biometric template”. The templates can only be
recognized by each respective biometric manufacturers’ devices. Also
note that these “templates” are NOT actual fingerprint images. “Real”
fingerprint images cannot be re-generated from these templates.
All fingerprints contain a number of unique physical characteristics called
minutiae. Minutia include certain visible aspects of fingerprints such as
ridges, ridge endings, and bifurcation (forking) of ridges. Most of the
minutiae are found in the core points of fingerprints, and the core points
themselves are found near the center of the fingerprint on the fleshy pad of
the finger.
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Figure A-1 shows the positions of core points within fingerprints. The
core points are represented by the red dots in the figure below (note: if this
manual is printed in black and white you’ll only see a thick dot near the
upper ridges in the figure below):
Figure A-1
A core point is defined as the topmost point on the innermost upward
recurring ridge line.
A user is considered “enrolled” in the F7 after his/her fingerprint(s) or
password has been successfully registered in the database of the F7.
During the enrollment process, when the user places his/her finger(s) on
the F7 fingerprint sensor, the F7 takes a picture of that user’s finger’s key
minutiae points. The F7 then uses its proprietary mathematical algorithm
and converts that picture into a unique mathematical template which is
comparable to a 60-digit password. This unique template is then
encrypted and stored in the F7 database.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Privacy issues should never become a concern when using the F7, since
NO REAL IMAGE OF A USER’S FINGERPRINT IS ACTUALLY STORED.
Instead, ONLY the minutiae-based templates are actually stored.
Each time a user’s fingerprint is scanned, the F7 searches its database for a
matching fingerprint. If the F7 finds a user’s matching fingerprint, then
his/her “attendance/door access” is recorded in the F7 “audit log” and will
be noted in subsequent reports.
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Getting Good Fingerprint Images
The quality of fingerprint images is relative to the number of minutiae
points captured by the F7’s sensor. Fingerprint images not possessing an
adequate number of minutiae points may be unreadable. For those users
whose fingerprint images lack sufficient minutia points and cannot be read
by the sensor, it’s advised to issue those few users a secret password,
instead. You may also consider purchasing an F7 with an integrated card
reader, if you prefer not assigning passwords.
Figure A-2 shows poor-quality fingerprints, characterized by smudged,
faded or otherwise distorted areas on the fingerprint. These conditions can
be caused by excessive dryness or wetness, excessive or insufficient
pressure, or scarring of the skin at the fingertip.
Figure A-2
The F7 fingerprint matching algorithm is often capable of extracting the
correct minutiae even without the benefit of a perfect print. However, the
positioning of the finger and the relative moisture and pressure of the
fingerprint when it is placed on the sensor are important contributing
factors in achieving a good consistent fingerprint match.
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Correcting wet or dry fingerprint images:
When the temperature is very cold or just after washing hands, fingerprints
often become very dry. In this case, the user should moisturize his/her
fingerprint simply by breathing on the fleshy pad of his/her fingertip prior
to placing his/her finger on the sensor. The moisture from his/her breath
transferred to his/her finger should help improve the recognition of his/her
fingerprint.
Conversely, if the fingerprint is too wet, the ridges and valleys are
rendered indistinguishable. The lack of recognizable minutiae causes wet
fingerprints to be rejected by the F7. This can be remedied simply by
swiping the finger on a clean dry towel or cloth.
How much pressure is required for a
good-quality fingerprint?
If too much pressure is applied to the sensor window, the finger’s ridges
become pressed together and create an indistinguishable image. Applying
too much pressure (similar to fingerprints that are too wet) will create a
“blurred” image which the F7 sensor might not recognize. It is similar to
using too much ink on a stamp; the stamp will create a smeared image
which is unrecognizable.
Conversely, if too little pressure is applied, the resulting image will be
similar to the dry fingerprint. Similar again to a stamp, if not enough ink is
used, the image will be barely recognizable.
Issues related to moisture and pressure are easily addressed. A little
practice is all that is needed for users to get the feel of it.
Be sure to maintain contact with the fingerprint sensor for 2 full
seconds, until the F7 responds. The F7 has both audio and visual
indicators which respond when the F7 senses a finger.
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Proper Finger Placement
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor. The finger should
be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should cover at
least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following positions:
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Identity Verification
The F7 will NOT record an employee’s attendance OR allow door access
UNTIL the individual’s identity is verified.
The F7 uses various means to verify a user’s identity:
1. Fingerprint Matching
2. Password Matching
Fingerprint Matching
The F7 supports two methods of fingerprint matching, 1:N and 1:1.
1: N Fingerprint Matching
When using 1:N Fingerprint Matching, the F7 will place your fingerprint
(“1”) in its temporary memory and then compare it to ALL (“N”) the
fingerprint templates stored in the F7 database (up to 1000 templates).
By using 1:N matching the user enjoys the convenience of not having to
additionally enter his/her User ID. NO. prior to placing his/her finger on
the sensor. 1:N is basically 1-touch matching. It is the FASTEST and
EASIEST method of fingerprint matching.
1: 1 Fingerprint Matching (ID. NO +fingerprint)
When too many users’ fingerprints are not easily recognized by the F7, the
F7 can be set to perform 1:1 fingerprint matching.
1:1 matching requires the added step of first entering the user’s ID. NO.
However, 1:1 matching is more consistent than 1:N matching.
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Password Matching
If too many users’ have difficulty with fingerprint matching, users can
register with passwords, instead of fingerprints.
Door-Access Considerations
The F7 is designed to work as an Access Control terminal and a Time &
Attendance recorder.
Door Access Control decisions are based upon “Who” the user is and
“When” the user is permitted door access.
The F7 will verify “who” the user is. But “when” the user is actually
permitted door access can be decided EITHER by the F7 OR a 3rd party
Access Control panel.
If the F7 validates the identity of the user AND determines the user is
permitted door access AT THAT PARTICULAR TIME, the door will
release.
If the F7 verifies the user’s identity BUT determines the user is NOT
permitted door access AT THAT PARTICULAR TIME, the door will
NOT release.
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Basic Concepts
This section explains and describes the functions and options of enrolling
the users;
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•
•
•
User Enrollment/Verification
Match Threshold Levels
User ID Numbers
Authority (Status) Levels
The two most important functions are user enrollment and user
verification.
User Enrollment/Verification
Enrollment is the process of associating an ID number to the user’s
finger/s to create a template. This template is stored in the memory of F7
for future verification.
During user verification, the stored template is compared to the current
fingerprint scan to confirm the user’s identity.
The enrollment process takes approximately 2-4 seconds.
Up to ten fingers can be enrolled for the same ID number, so the user may
have more verification options.
Ideally, we recommend enrolling one finger from each hand so that in
case of injury to one hand, the user can use the finger from the other
hand as a backup. It is recommended to enroll either index fingers
and/or middle fingers.
For users with extremely thin fingers, we recommend to enroll the
thumb. For users whose fingers are difficult to enroll or cannot be
enrolled, we recommend to enroll the password along with
fingerprint.
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Match Threshold Levels
The Match Threshold is the degree to which a verification is performed to
ensure that the user is who he/she claims to be.
The Match Threshold Levels establishes a balance between False
Acceptance Rate (FAR) and False Rejection Rate (FRR). FAR measures
how often a non-authorized user is falsely recognized and granted access
to the system. FRR measures how often an enrolled and authorized user,
who should be granted access to the system, is denied on the basis that the
system did not recognize him/her.
You can set match threshold levels on a per user basis. However for
fingerprints which are facing difficulties in verification we recommend to
use 1:1 matching (i.e. User first enters his/her User ID, and then places
his/her finger on the sensor for verification).
Raising the threshold increases security, while lowering it increases
throughput. Based on the quality of the fingerprints of the users, you need
to strike a correct balance.
For users with worn or damaged fingers, match threshold levels can (and
should) be reduced.
Table 1—1 Suggested Match Threshold Settings
FRR
FAR
High
Low
One-to-many One-to-one
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25
Middle Middle
35
15
Low
25
10
High
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User ID Numbers
Each fingerprint is assigned a unique User ID Number. This ID number is
used to call up the fingerprint template from the F7 database, each time the
verification is requested. ID numbers can also be called up via the keypad
or RF card
Authority (status) Levels
The F7 has four authority or status levels;
1. Users
People whose identity must be verified prior to releasing the
door or having his/her attendance recorded. Users have no
administrative privileges.
2. Enrollers
People who are authorized ONLY to enroll new users or delete
users from the system.
.
3. Administrator
People who can perform other operations, except set advanced
options and enroll administrators.
4. Supervisors
People who have access to ALL functions.
Note:
Until an actual Administrator is enrolled in the system, any user can
access the Menu System.
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Start-up window
Plug the power adaptor to the main power supply or hit the Power button
on the keypad and the following “startup window” appears on the F7.
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Enrollment and Verification Procedures
This section describes how to enroll and verify users on the F7.
Note:
You normally must have Enroller, Administrator, or Supervisor
status to enroll users. But until an Admin is enrolled, all users have
access to all the menu functions.
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Enrolling Users
The first “enroller” with a new F7 will have the capability of enrolling
other users. If you will be the administrator of the F7, be sure to select
“Administrator” when enrolling your fingerprint(s)”.
There are three modes of enrollment;
1. Fingerprint enrollment
2. Password enrollment
3. Fingerprint & password enrollment
The type of enrollment to be selected depends on the environment and how
easily the users’ fingerprints can be read by the F7.
Fingerprint enrollment should be used when the majority of users’
fingerprints can be read. This is typical of most office environments.
Password enrollment should be used for users who cannot be enrolled
nor verified by his/her fingerprint. It is not uncommon to have some
users whose fingerprints are simply too difficult for the F7 to read.
Fingerprint & Password enrollment allows users’ fingerprint(s) AND
password to be registered together, at the same time. Otherwise, these are
normally 2 separate operations.
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User Management
The User Management menu allows you to enroll and delete users and
his/her respective fingerprint(s) and password. Some F7 models can also
enroll/verify Prox, HID and Mifare cards (aka PIN/FP cards);
Enroll User
Enroll fingerprint
Enroll Password
Enroll Fingerprint and Password
Enroll Admin
Enroll fingerprint
Enroll Password
Enroll Fingerprint and Password
Delete
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Enroll Users
Users (not including Admins, Supervisors or Enrollers) have NO
“administrative” access to the F7, but can gain door access and have
his/her attendance recorded.
Note:
Until an actual “Administrator” is enrolled in the F7, ALL “users”
enrolled on the F7 DO “temporarily” have administrative access.
Therefore it is important to enroll an “administrator” on the F7 soon
after initial installation.
“Users” can enroll with three methods;
•
•
•
Fingerprints
Passwords
Fingerprints and Passwords
Enroll Fingerprint (for Users)
To start Fingerprint enrollment, press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll User.
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll FP.
Enroll User
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
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Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW User, then press OK.
If you are enrolling an additional fingerprint to an existing user on the F7,
then press the ESC key, instead.
Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing User’s ID
number;
Backup Enroll
UserID 00001
ESC
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OK
Note:
The F7 allows you to add up to 9 “backup” fingers for any of the
users.
In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a fingerprint for a NEW
user to the F7.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New User, press OK.
The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7. So the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
00001-0
Place Finger . . .
ESC/Exit
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Remember the rules for proper finger placement;
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor. The finger should
be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should cover at
least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following
positions:
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Place your finger on the sensor for a full 2 seconds.
After the F7 scans your fingerprint successfully, it will “beep” and then
prompt you briefly with;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Then you’ll be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-1
Second Press
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 2nd time.
Again, you’ll be prompted briefly;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 3rd and
final time. You’ll then be prompted;
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New Enroll
00001-0
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept the newly enrolled finger.
The F7 will then prompt you with;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
UserID 0001 has now been successfully enrolled with one fingerprint.
If you wish to continue enrolling additional users, press the OK key and
follow the same procedures.
If you’re finished enrolling additional users, press the ESC key.
When pressing ESC, the F7 will prompt you;
Backup Enroll
Continue?
UserID 0001
ESC
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OK
If you wish to add a “backup finger” for UserID 00001 press the OK key.
Note:
Ideally, we recommend enrolling one finger from each hand so that in
case of injury to one hand, the user can use the finger from the other
hand as a backup. It is recommended to enroll either index fingers
and/or middle fingers.
After enrolling one or more fingerprints for UserID 00001 press the ESC
key.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press ESC
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled fingerprint by having UserID 00001 place his/her
finger on the sensor.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 0001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Enroll Password (for Users)
Password Enrollment should be used for those few users whose
fingerprints cannot be read by the F7’s fingerprint sensor.
To start Password enrollment, press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll User.
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll Pwd.
Enroll User
Enroll FP
►Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
Enroll Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW User, then press OK
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If you are adding/changing a password for an existing user on the F7, then
press the ESC key.
Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing User’s ID
number;
Chg Password
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a password for a NEW
user.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New User, press OK.
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The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7. So the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
Input Pwd _____
ESC
OK
Enter a 4-digit password and then press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
New Enroll
Input Pwd ****
Pwd Affirm _ ___
Enter your chosen 4-digit password again.
Then press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
00001-P
ESC
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OK (Save)
Press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you’d like to enroll a password for a new user, then press OK.
If you’d like to change a password for an existing user, then press ESC
Follow the same procedure described above for adding/changing
passwords.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
Enroll FP
►Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press ESC
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled password;
At the start-up window, have User ID 00001 FIRST enter his/her User ID
number and THEN press the OK key.
After entering 1 and pressing OK the F7 will prompt;
Pwd Affirm
Input Pwd ____
Now enter the password created by User ID 00001 and then press OK.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
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The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 00001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Enroll Fingerprint & Password (for Users)
Note:
You can enroll users with both a fingerprint AND a password in
the same step.
To start Fingerprint AND Password enrollment, press the MENU key on
the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll User.
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside FP & Pwd.
Enroll User
Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
►FP & Pwd
▼
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Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
FP & Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW User, then press OK
If you are enrolling an additional fingerprint to an existing user on the F7,
then press the ESC key.
Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing User’s ID
number;
Backup Enroll
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
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Note:
The F7 allows you to add up to 9 “backup” fingers for any of the
users.
In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a fingerprint AND
password for a NEW user to the F7.
FP & Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New User, press OK
The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7, so the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
00001-0
Place Finger . . .
ESC/Exit
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Remember the rules for proper finger placement;
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor. The finger should
be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should cover at
least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following
positions:
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Place your finger on the sensor for a full 2 seconds.
After the F7 scans your fingerprint successfully, it will “beep” and then
prompt you briefly with;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Then you’ll be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-1
Second Press
ESC/Exit
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Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 2nd time.
Again, you’ll be prompted briefly;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 3rd and
final time. You’ll then be prompted;
New Enroll
Input Pwd _____
ESC
OK
Enter a 4-digit password and then press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
New Enroll
Input Pwd ****
Pwd Affirm ____
Enter your chosen 4-digit password again.
Press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
00001-P
ESC
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OK (Save)
Press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you’d like to enroll an additional new user, then press OK.
If you’re finished enrolling additional users, press the ESC key.
When pressing ESC, the F7 will prompt you;
Backup Enroll
Continue?
UserID 0001
ESC
OK
If you wish to add a “backup finger” for UserID 00001 press the OK key.
Note:
Ideally, we recommend enrolling one finger from each hand so that in
case of injury to one hand, the user can use the finger from the other
hand as a backup. It is recommended to enroll either index fingers
and/or middle fingers.
After enrolling one or more fingerprints to UserID 00001 press the ESC
key.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
►FP & Pwd
▼
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Press ESC
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled fingerprint by having UserID 00001 place his/her
finger on the sensor.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
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Also test the newly enrolled password;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
At the start-up window, have User ID 00001 FIRST enter his/her User ID
number and THEN press the OK key.
After entering 1 and pressing OK,the F7 will prompt;
Pwd Affirm
Input Pwd ____
Now enter the password created by User ID 00001 and then press OK.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 00001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Enrolling Admins
“Admins” (non-Users) fall into 3 categories;
Enrollers:
People who are authorized ONLY to enroll new users or delete
users from the system. No other F7 “system” functions are
accessible.
.
Administrator:
People who can perform other operations, except set advanced
options and enroll administrators.
Supervisors:
People who have access to ALL functions.
Note:
Until an actual “Administrator” is enrolled in the system, ALL
“users” enrolled on the F7 “temporarily” have administrative access.
Therefore it is important to enroll an administrator on the F7 soon
after initial installation.
Admins can enroll with three methods;
•
•
•
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Fingerprints
Passwords
Fingerprints and Passwords
Enroll Fingerprint (for Admins)
To start Fingerprint enrollment, press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll
Admin.
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll FP.
Enroll User
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
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▼
Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling.
3 types of “Admins” to choose from;
Enrollers:
People who are authorized ONLY to enroll new users or delete
users from the system. No other F7 “system” functions are
accessible.
.
Administrator:
People who can perform other operations, except set advanced
options and enroll administrators.
Supervisors:
People who have access to ALL functions.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling (i.e. Enroller, Admin or Supervisor).
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
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Press the OK key after selecting “Admin type”.
The F7 will prompt you;
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW “Admin”, then press OK.
If you are enrolling an additional fingerprint to an existing Admin on the
F7, then press the ESC key
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Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing Admin’s ID
number;
Backup Enroll
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
Note:
The F7 allows you to add up to 9 “backup” fingers.
In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a fingerprint for a NEW
Admin.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New Admin, press OK.
The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID number;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no Admin has yet been enrolled on the F7, so the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired.
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The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
00001-0
Place Finger . . .
ESC/Exit
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Remember the rules for proper finger placement;
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor. The finger should
be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should cover at
least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following
positions:
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Place your finger on the sensor for a full 2 seconds.
After the F7 scans your fingerprint successfully, it will “beep” and then
prompt you briefly with;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Then you’ll be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-1
Second Press
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 2nd time.
Again, you’ll be prompted briefly;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
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Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 3rd and
final time. You’ll then be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-0
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept the newly enrolled finger.
The F7 will then prompt you with;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
UserID 00001 has now been successfully enrolled with one fingerprint.
If you wish to continue enrolling additional Admins, press the OK key and
follow the same procedures.
If you’re finished enrolling additional Admins, press the ESC key.
When pressing ESC, the F7 will prompt you;
Backup Enroll
Continue?
UserID 0001
ESC
OK
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If you wish to add a “backup finger” for UserID 00001 press the OK key.
Note:
Ideally, we recommend enrolling one finger from each hand so that in
case of injury to one hand, the user can use the finger from the other
hand as a backup. It is recommended to enroll either index fingers
and/or middle fingers.
After enrolling one or more fingerprints to UserID 00001 press the ESC
key.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press ESC
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled fingerprint by having UserID 00001 place his/her
finger on the sensor.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 00001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Enroll Password (for Admins)
Password Enrollment should be used for those few Admins whose
fingerprints cannot be read by the F7’s fingerprint sensor.
To start Password enrollment, press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
Press the OK key.
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▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll
Admin.
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll Pwd.
Enroll User
Enroll FP
►Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling.
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There are 3 types of “Admins” to choose from;
Enrollers
People who are authorized ONLY to enroll new users or delete
users from the system. No other F7 “system” functions are
accessible.
.
Administrator
People who can perform other operations, except set advanced
options and enroll administrators.
Supervisors
People who have access to ALL functions
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling.
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
Press the OK key after selecting “Admin type”.
Enroll Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW Admin, then press OK
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If you are adding/changing a password for an existing Admin on the F7,
then press the ESC key.
Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing Admin’s ID
number;
Chg Password
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a password for a NEW
Admin.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New User, press OK.
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The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7, so the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired and then press OK.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
Input Pwd _____
ESC
OK
Enter a 4-digit password and then press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
New Enroll
Input Pwd ****
Pwd Affirm ____
Re-enter the very same 4-digit password and then press the OK key. The
F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
00001-P
ESC
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OK (Save)
Press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you’d like to enroll a password for a new or existing Admin, then press
OK.
If you’d like to change a password for an existing Admin, then press ESC
Follow the same procedure described above for adding/changing
passwords.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
Enroll FP
►Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
Press ESC
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled password;
At the start-up window, have User ID 00001 FIRST enter his/her User ID
number and THEN press the OK key.
After entering 1 and pressing OK,the F7 will prompt;
Pwd Affirm
Input Pwd ____
Now enter the password created by User ID 00001 and then press OK
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 0001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Enroll Fingerprint & Password (for Admins)
Note:
You can enroll Admins with both a fingerprint AND a password
in the same step.
To start Fingerprint AND Password enrollment, press the MENU key on
the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll
Admin.
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside FP & Pwd.
Enroll User
Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
►FP & Pwd
Press the OK key.
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▼
The F7 will prompt you;
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling.
Recall, there are 3 types of “Admins” to choose from;
Enrollers
People who are authorized ONLY to enroll new users or delete
users from the system. No other F7 “system” functions are
accessible.
.
Administrator
People who can perform other operations, except set advanced
option and enroll administrators.
Supervisors
People who have access to ALL functions
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to choose the “authority status” of the Admin
you are enrolling.
Admin Accredit
Admin
ESC
OK
Press the OK key after selecting “Admin type” (i.e. Enroller, Admin or
Supervisor)
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FP & Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
If this is a NEW Admin, then press OK
If you are enrolling an additional fingerprint to an existing Admin, then
press the ESC key.
Note:
If you press ESC, the F7 will prompt you for the existing User’s ID
number;
Backup Enroll
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
Note:
The F7 allows you to add up to 9 “backup” fingers for any of the
users.
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In this first example we’ll assume we’re enrolling a fingerprint AND
password for a NEW Admin to the F7.
FP & Pwd
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New Admin, press OK
The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID number.
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7, so the next
available User ID# is 00001.
Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different number
if desired.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
00001-0
Place Finger . . .
ESC/Exit
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Remember the rules for proper finger placement;
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor. The finger should
be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should cover at
least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following
positions:
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Place your finger on the sensor for a full 2 seconds.
After the F7 scans your fingerprint successfully, it will “beep” and then
prompt you briefly with;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Then you’ll be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-1
Second Press
ESC/Exit
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Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 2nd time.
Again, you’ll be prompted briefly;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 3rd and
final time. You’ll then be prompted;
New Enroll
Input Pwd _____
ESC
OK
Enter a 4-digit password and then press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
New Enroll
Input Pwd ****
Pwd Affirm ____
Re-enter the very same 4-digit password and then press the OK key. The
F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
00001-P
ESC
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OK (Save)
Press the OK key. The F7 will then prompt you;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you’d like to enroll an additional new Admin, then press OK.
If you’re finished enrolling additional Admins, press the ESC key.
When pressing ESC, the F7 will prompt you;
Backup Enroll
Continue?
UserID 0001
ESC
OK
If you wish to add a “backup finger” for UserID 00001 press the OK key.
Note:
Ideally, we recommend enrolling one finger from each hand so that in
case of injury to one hand, the user can use the finger from the other
hand as a backup. It is recommended to enroll either index fingers
and/or middle fingers.
After enrolling one or more fingerprints to UserID 00001 press the ESC
key.
You’ll note pressing the ESC key takes you back to the previous menu;
Enroll User
Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
►FP & Pwd
▼
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Press ESC
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
►Enroll Admin
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled fingerprint by having UserID 00001 place his/her
finger on the sensor.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
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Also test the newly enrolled password;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
At the start-up window, have User ID 00001 FIRST enter his/her User ID
number and THEN press the OK key.
After entering 1 and pressing OK,the F7 will prompt;
Pwd Affirm
Input Pwd ____
Now enter the password created by User ID 00001 and then press OK.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and the
screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
Note:
The F7 will make a note in its transaction log that User ID 00001
accessed the F7. This information can be used for Time &
Attendance software applications and/or for door access.
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Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside FPCard
Mng.
User Manage
Enroll User
►FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
Press the OK key.
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▼
The F7 will prompt you with;
FPCard Mng
►Create PINCard
Enroll FPCard
Create FPCard
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Create
PINCard and press OK.
The F7 will prompt you with;
Create PINCard
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
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Deleting Users
Note:
You can delete fingerprints, passwords or an entire user.
Deleting old/unused fingerprint templates makes room for new
fingerprint templates.
Deleting may be necessary when:
•
A user’s fingerprint is no longer recognized (possibly caused by
injury) or his/her password has been forgotten.
•
The user is no longer employed and his/her
fingerprint(s)/password and user information need to be deleted
from the S900 for security purposes.
To perform Deletion, press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Delete.
User Manage
▲
▼
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
►Delete
Press the OK key.
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The F7 will prompt you with the Delete menu;
Delete
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
Enter the User ID whose information you’d like to delete. Then press
OK.
The F7 will then prompt;
Del Fingerprint
00001-0
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
Press OK to delete fingerprint 00001-0.
If the user has additional fingerprints enrolled, the F7 will prompt you with
the choice of deleting each individual fingerprint enrolled by the user (i.e.
00001-1, 00001-2, etc).
If the user also has a password enrolled, after deleting all the fingerprints
for that particular user, the F7 will then prompt you with;
Del Password
00001-P
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
Press OK to delete the password.
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The F7 will then prompt with;
Del User
00001
ESC
OK
If you’re 100% positive you wish to delete this user, then press OK
If you change your mind, press the ESC key.
Pressing either the OK key or ESC key returns you to the previous menu;
User Manage
▲
▼
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
►Delete
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Options
The Options Menu allows access to the following functions & settings;
System Options
Setting Date Time
Date format (i.e. YY-MM-DD)
Advanced Options
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•
Reset
•
Delete Attendance/audit logs
•
Clear All Data (templates and logs)
•
Clear Admin privileges
•
Show Score
•
Match Threshold
•
Must Input ID
•
1:1 Threshold (35)
•
Voice
•
Card Only
•
FPCard key
•
Update Firmware
•
Button Beep
Advanced Options (cont.)
•
Volume Adjustment
Power Management
Communications Options
• Ethernet
• RS 232/485
Logging Options
Access Options
Auto Test
ƒ LCD test
ƒ Voice test
ƒ FP reader
ƒ Key test
ƒ RTC test
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Changing Date and Time
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside “Options”
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt;
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
►Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Date Time.
Press the OK key.
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The following screen appears;
YYYY-MM-DD 24H
2008- 4 – 1
20:26: 4
ESC
OK
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys to change either the year, month, day or time.
Use the keypad to change the current value(s).
Note:
Time is in military (24-hour) format.
Press the OK key to accept changes, or the ESC key to cancel and return
to the previous menu.
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
System Opt
►Date Time
Fmt
Adv Option
YY-MM-DD
Press ESC
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Changing Date Format
The following “date formats” are available;
YY.MM.DD
MM.DD.YY
DD.MM.YY
MM-DD-YY
DD-MM-YY
YYYYMMDD
MM/DD/YY
DD/MM/YY
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
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Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
►Fmt
Adv Option
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Fmt.
Press the OK key.
Notice YY-MM-DD becomes highlighted. The screen now allows you
to change the “format” of the date;
System Opt
Date Time
► Fmt
YY-MM-DD
Adv Option
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the date format.
Press the OK key to accept changes.
Notice the date format YY-MM-DD will no longer be highlighted and
you’re free again to scroll through the menu.
System Opt
Date Time
►Fmt
Adv Option
YY-MM-DD
Press the ESC key when finished.
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You’ll then be prompted;
System Opt
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept changes, or the ESC key to cancel and return
to the previous menu.
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Advanced Settings
The following Advanced Settings are available;
Reset Opts:
Restores all default factory settings .
Does NOT delete user fingerprints/passwords or transactions/audit logs.
Del Att Logs:
Clears attendance/transaction log but NOT user fingerprints/passwords.
Clear all Data:
Deletes BOTH user data and tattendance/audit log.
Clr Admin Pri:
Change the rights of ALL administrator(s) to a normal user.
Show Score:
Display the score of the quality of the fingerprint match.
1:N Fingerprint Match Threshold:
Changes fingerprint-matching “sensitivity”
Must Input ID:
Disable 1:N matching (users MUST first enter user ID number prior
to placing finger on sensor)
1:1 Fingerprint Match Threshold
Changes fingerprint-matching “sensitivity”
Voice
Option to turn voice prompts “on” or “off”
Card Only
Users clock-in ONLY with cards
Button Beep
Option to turn audio beep “on” or “off”
Adjust Volume
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Resetting F7
Note:
Resetting will erase system changes, but will NOT erase users’
fingerprints/passwords nor attendance/audit logs.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
►Reset Opts.
Del Attlogs
Clear All Data
▲
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Reset Opts.
Note:
You will NOT be prompted whether you wish to proceed or cancel!
Once you press OK, all system changes will be erased and the F7’s
original factory settings will replace any changes you may have
made.
However, all user data and attendance/audit logs will remain
unchanged.
Press the OK key if you wish to erase all system changes.
The F7 will prompt;
Reset Opts.
Finished!
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The Advanced Options menu will return;
Adv Option
►Reset Opts.
Del Attlogs
Clear All Data
▲
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
►Adv Option
▼
Press ESC
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Deleting Attendance/Audit Logs:
Note:
Although ALL the attendance/audit logs will be deleted, users’
fingerprints and passwords are NOT deleted during this operation.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
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The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will returns;
Adv Option
Reset Opts.
►Del Attlogs
Clear All Data
▲
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Del Attlogs.
Press the OK key if you wish to erase all the attendance/audit logs.
The F7 will prompt;
Del Attlogs.
Delete?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to accept or ESC to cancel.
The Advanced Options menu returns;
Adv Option
Reset Opts.
►Del Attlogs
Clear All Data
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▲
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Press ESC
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Clear all Data
Note:
ALL user fingerprints, passwords AND attendance/audit logs will be
deleted.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
Reset Opts.
Del Attlogs
►Clear All Data
▲
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Clear All
Data.
Press the OK key if you wish to erase all users’ fingerprints, passwords
and attendance/audit logs.
The F7 will prompt;
Clear All Data.
Continue?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to accept or ESC to cancel.
The Advanced Options menu will return;
Adv Option
Reset Opts.
Del Attlogs
►Clear All Data
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▲
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Press ESC
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Clear Administrators’ Privileges
Note:
This option will revoke all “Administrative authority” from Admins and
convert them to “normal users”.
This function gives ALL “users” unrestricted access to the F7’s menu system.
Therefore we strongly suggest converting a previously enrolled Admin BACK to
an Admin as soon as possible”.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Del Attlogs
Clear All Data
►Clear Admin Pri
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Clear Admin
Pri.
Press the OK key if you wish to revoke “Administrative privilege” to all
Admins and convert them to normal “users”.
The F7 will prompt;
Clear Admin Pri.
Continue?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to accept or ESC to cancel.
The Advanced Options menu will return;
Adv Option
▲
.
Del Attlogs
►Clear All Data
Clear Admin Pri
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▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
►Adv Option
▼
Press ESC
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Show Score
Note:
Display the score of the quality of the fingerprint match.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
▲
.
Clear All Data
Clear Admin Pri
►Show Score
▼
N
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Show Score.
Press the OK key.
Notice the Y// N in Show Score becomes highlighted;
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to enter either Yes or No.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice, Y// N will no longer be highlighted and you’re free again to scroll
through the menu;
Adv Option
Clear All Data
Clear Admin Pri
►Show Score
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▲
▼
N
Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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1:N Fingerprint Match Threshold
Note:
This feature allows you to change the sensitivity of the fingerprint sensor
when performing 1:N (many) fingerprint matching.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
▼
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
►Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Clear Admin Pri
Show Score
► Match Thr
N
45
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Match Thr.
Press the OK key.
Notice the 45 in Match Thr becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Clear Admin Pri
Show Score
►Match Thr
N
45
Use the keypad or scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the threshold setting.
Lessening the threshold lessens the sensitivity of the sensor when reading
“difficult” fingerprints.
If the F7 is having difficulty reading most users’ fingerprints, then
consider lessening the threshold in 5-unit increments until the vast
majority of users’ fingerprints can be read consistently.
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If lessening the threshold doesn’t help improve “fingerprint reads”,
consider issuing PIN numbers or cards for those users having difficulty
having his/her fingerprints read by the F7.
Table 1—1 Suggested Match Threshold Settings
FRR
FAR
High
Low
1:N (Many)
1:1
45
25
Middle Middle
35
15
Low
25
10
High
After changing the threshold, press the OK key.
Notice, the Match Threshold Number 45 will no longer be highlighted and
you’re free again to scroll through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Clear Admin Pri
Show Score
► Match Thr
Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
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OK(Save)
N
45
Press OK again.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Must Input ID
Note:
This feature disables 1:N Fingerprint Matching and places the F7 in
1:1 Fingerprint Matching mode.
Although 1:1 Fingerprint Matching requires the extra step of FIRST
entering a user’s ID number prior to scanning his/her finger, 1:1
Fingerprint Matching is more consistent than 1:N (many) fingerprint
matching.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
▼
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
►Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
Show Score
Match Thr
►Mst Input ID
▲
▼
N
45
Y
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Mst Input
ID.
Press the OK key.
Notice the Y or N for Mst Input ID becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
Show Score
Match Thr
►Mst Input ID
▲
▼
N
45
Y
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to enter either Yes or No.
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Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice, Y or N will no longer be highlighted and you’re free again to scroll
through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
▼
N
45
Y
Show Score
Match Thr
► Mst Input ID
Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
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Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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1:1 Fingerprint Match Threshold
Note:
This feature allows you to change the sensitivity of the fingerprint sensor
when performing 1:1 fingerprint matching.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
Match Thr
Mst Input ID
►1:1 Thr
▲
▼
45
Y
35
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside 1:1 Thr.
Press the OK key.
Notice the 35 in Match Thr becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
Match Thr
Mst Input ID
►1:1 Thr
▲
▼
45
Y
35
Use the keypad or scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the threshold setting.
Note:
Lessening the threshold lessens the sensitivity of the fingerprint
sensor.
If the F7 is having difficulty reading most users’ fingerprints, then
consider lessening the threshold in 5-unit increments until the vast
majority of users’ fingerprints can be read consistently.
If lessening the threshold doesn’t help improve “fingerprint reads”,
consider issuing PIN numbers or cards for those users having
difficulty having his/her fingerprints read by the F7.
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Table 1—1 Suggested Match Threshold Settings
FRR
FAR
1:N (many)
1:1
High
Low
45
25
Middle Middle
35
15
Low
25
10
High
After changing the threshold, press the OK key.
Notice, the Match Thr number 35 will no longer be highlighted and you’re
free again to scroll through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
▼
45
Y
35
Match Thr
Mst Input ID
►1:1 Thr
Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
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OK (Save)
Press OK again.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
►Adv Option
▼
YY-MM-DD
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Voice
Note:
This option allows you to turn voice prompts “on” or “off”.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
▼
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
▲
.
Mst Input ID
1:1 Thr
►Voice
▼
Y
35
Y
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Voice.
Press the OK key.
Notice the Y or N for Voice becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
▲
.
Mst Input ID
1:1 Thr
►Voice
▼
Y
35
Y
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to enter either Yes or No.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
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Notice, Voice Y or N will no longer be highlighted and you’re free again
to scroll through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
.
Mst Input ID
1:1 Thr
►Voice
▼
Y
35
Y
Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
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Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Button Beep
Note:
You can turn the audio beep ”on” or “off” when pressing the F7
keypad.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
►Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
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Adv Option
▲
▼
FPCard Key
Upd Firmware
► Button Beep
Y
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Button Beep.
Press the OK key.
Notice the Y or N for Button Beep becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
▲
▼
FPCard Key
Upd Firmware
► Button Beep
Y
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to enter either Yes or No.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice, Button Beep Y or N will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
▼
FPCard Key
Upd Firmware
► Button Beep
Y
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Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Adjust Volume
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside System Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adv Option.
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Press the OK key.
The Advanced Options menu will appear;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Upd Firmware
Button Beep
► Adj VOL (%)
Y
70
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Adj VOL.
Press the OK key.
Notice the 70 in Adj VOL becomes highlighted;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Upd Firmware
Button Beep
► Adj VOL (%)
Y
70
Use the keypad or scroll ▲/▼ keys to adjust the volume.
After changing the volume, press the OK key.
Notice, the Volume % 70 will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
Adv Option
▲
▼
Upd Firmware
Button Beep
► Adj VOL (%)
Y
70
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Press OK again.
The F7 will prompt;
System Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK again.
The System Options menu will return;
System Opt
Date Time
Fmt
YY-MM-DD
► Adv Option
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Press ESC
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Power Management
There are various power modes which can be selected;
Shut down schedule:
Turn off the power at pre-defined times.
Power on schedule:
Turn on the power at pre-defined times.
Sleep schedule:
Enable sleep mode at pre-defined times.
Press any key to bring the F4 Vista out of sleep mode.
Idle
This setting determines if the F4 Vista should remain idle indefinitely
or if it should enter “Sleep Mode” after a specified period of time.
Idle Minute:
This setting determines how long the F4 Vista can remain “idle” prior
to entering “sleep mode”.
Lock Power (Yes or No)
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Set Shutdown Schedule
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
►Shutdown
PowerOn
Sleep
▼
N
N
N
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Shutdown.
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Press the OK key.
You’ll then be prompted;
Shutdown
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to schedule the Shutdown Function.
Notice the 23 : 59 in Shutdown becomes highlighted;
Power Mng
►Shutdown
PowerOn
Sleep
▼
23:59
N
N
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys and keypad to change the hour and time the F4
Vista should Shutdown.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the 23:59 in Shutdown will no longer be highlighted and you’re
free again to scroll through the menu;
Power Mng
►Shutdown
PowerOn
Sleep
▼
23:59
N
N
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Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Power Mng.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Set Power On Schedule
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
Shutdown
►PowerOn
Sleep
▼
N
N
N
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside PowerOn.
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Press the OK key.
You’ll then be prompted;
PowerOn
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to schedule the PowerOn Function.
Notice the 23 : 59 in PowerOn becomes highlighted;
Power Mng
Shutdown
►PowerOn
Sleep
▼
N
23:59
N
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys and keypad to change the hour and time the F4
Vista should Power On.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the 23:59 in PowerOn will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
Power Mng
Shutdown
►PowerOn
Sleep
▼
23:59
N
N
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Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Power Mng.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Set Sleep Schedule
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
Shutdown
PowerOn
►Sleep
▼
N
N
N
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Sleep.
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Press the OK key.
You’ll then be prompted;
Sleep
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
Press the OK key to schedule the Sleep Function.
Notice the 23 : 59 in Sleep becomes highlighted;
Power Mng
►Shutdown
PowerOn
Sleep
▼
N
N
23:59
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys and keypad to change the hour and time the F4
Vista should Sleep.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the 23:59 in Sleep will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
Power Mng
Shutdown
PowerO
►Sleep
▼
N
N
23:59
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Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Sleep.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Set Idle to Off or Sleep
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
PowerOn
Sleep
►Idle
▲
▼
N
N
SLP
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Idle.
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Press the OK key.
Notice the 23 : 59 in Sleep becomes highlighted;
▲
▼
N
N
SLP
Power Mng
PowerOn
Sleep
►Idle
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the Idle mode to Sleep or Off.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the SLP/OFF in Idle will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
▲
▼
N
N
SLP
Power Mng
PowerOn
Sleep
►Idle
Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Power Mng
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
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Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Set Idle Minutes
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
Sleep
Idle
►Idle Min
▲
▼
N
SLP
0
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Idle Min.
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Press the OK key.
Notice the 0 in Idle Min becomes highlighted;
▲
▼
N
SLP
0
Power Mng
Sleep
Idle
►Idle Min
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the Idle Minutes.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the 0 in Idle Minutes will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
▲
▼
N
SLP
0
Power Mng
Sleep
Idle
►Idle Min
Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Power Mng
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
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Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Lock Power
Press the MENU key on the F4 Vista.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Power Mng.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Power Mng
Idle
Idle Min
►Lock Power
▲
▼
SLP
0
Y
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Lock Power.
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Press the OK key.
Notice the Y in Lock Power becomes highlighted;
Power Mng
Idle
Idle Min
►Lock Power
▲
▼
SLP
0
Y
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to change the Y or N in Lock Power.
Press the OK key after making the necessary change.
Notice the Y in Lock Power will no longer be highlighted and you’re free
again to scroll through the menu;
Power Mng
Idle
Idle Min
►Lock Power
▲
▼
SLP
0
Y
Press the ESC key.
The F4 Vista will prompt;
Power Mng
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
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Press OK to accept or press ESC to cancel.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
►Power Mng
Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window;
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Communication Options
Note:
The F7 can communicate via the Network (Ethernet) or RS 232/485.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Comm Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following communication settings are available;
Comm Opt
► IP Addr
NetMask
Gateway
Net Speed
BaudRate
Dev Num
RS232
RS485
COMM Key
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▼
AUTO
115200
Y
N
0
Network (Ethernet) Connectivity
The following settings are available;
Machine IP address:
Default IP is 192.168.1.201. This can be modified, but do NOT use
an IP address already being used by another device on the same
network.
Subnet mask:
Default mask 255.255.255.0. This can be modified.
Gateway address:
Default gateway address is 0.0.0.0. This can be modified.
Network speed:
Notice three available options (Automatic, 10M and 100M).
Comm Opt
► IP Addr
NetMask
Gateway
Net Speed
▼
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To change Network settings begin at start-up and press the MENU key on
the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
Press the OK key.
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▼
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Comm Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following Network Communication settings are available;
Comm Opt
► IP Addr
NetMask
Gateway
Net Speed
▼
AUTO
Scroll with the ▲/▼keys to place the cursor in the desired field and
change the communication setting as desired.
Press OK after modifying the desired communication settings.
When finished, press the ESC key.
You’ll be prompted;
Comm Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
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Press OK again.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window.
Menu
▼
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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RS232/485 Serial Connectivity
The following settings are available;
Baud rate:
Choose either 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
RS232:
Enable or disable RS 232 communication.
RS485:
Enable or disable RS 485 communication.
COMM Key:
Secure the Serial connection with a Key (password). The default value is
set to 0.
Dev Num:
Assign each F7 a unique Device Number ranging from 1-255. This
device number is also the site code if the F7 is using a Wiegand
communication protocol with a 3rd party access control panel.
Comm Opt
► BaudRate
Dev Num
RS232
RS485
COMM Key
▼
115200
Y
N
0
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To change RS 232/485 settings begin at start-up and press the MENU key
on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
Press the OK key.
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▼
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Comm Opt.
Press the OK key.
The following RS 232/485 Communication settings are available;
Comm Opt
► BaudRate
Dev Num
RS232
RS485
COMM Key
▼
115200
Y
N
0
Scroll with the ▲/▼keys to place the cursor in the desired field and
change the communication setting as desired.
Press OK after modifying desired communication settings.
When finished, press the ESC key.
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You’ll be prompted;
Comm Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK again.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
Welcome
▼
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Log Options
The F7 has 3 logging options:
Alarm Superlog:
Alarm Attendance Log:
When the number of transactions reaches a set value a warning alarm
will be sounded to clear the memory,
Recheck Minute:
This can be set to avoid record duplicate punches. For eg. If this value is set
as 2, then it will not record the transaction of the same user ID within 2
minutes of the first punch.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Power Mng
Comm Opt
► Log Opt
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Log Opt.
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Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Log Opt
► Alm SupperLog
▼
10
Alm SupperLog
► Alm AttLog
▼
10
Alm AttLog
► Recheck Min
▲
0
Scroll with the ▲/▼keys to place the cursor in the desired field.
Press OK and modify your desired settings.
Enter your preferred Serial communication settings.
When finished, press the ESC key
You’ll be prompted;
Comm Opt.
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press OK again.
The Options menu will return;
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Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Access Control
In addition to acting as an attendance recorder, the F7 is also an
access control terminal.
Using the F7 with 3rd Party Door Control Panels:
WHEN THE F7 IS USED WITH A 3RD PARTY ACCESS
CONTROL PANEL, THE F7’S SOLE FUNCTION IS
VERIFYING THE IDENTITY OF THE USERS.
AFTER IDENTITY IS VERIFIED, THE F7 SENDS A
26-BIT WIEGAND SIGNAL TO THE 3RD PARTY
CONTROL PANEL PROVIDING ONLY USER-ID
MATCH CONFIRMATION.
IT IS THE 3RD PARTY PANEL AND NOT THE F7 WHICH
CONTROLS DOOR ACCESS IN THIS
CONFIGURATION.
THEREFORE, WHEN USING THE F7 WITH A 3RD
PARTY DOOR CONTROL PANEL, REFER ALL
ACCESS-RELATED QUESTIONS TO THE 3RD PARTY
CONTROL PANEL MANUFACTURER AND NOT ZK
SOFTWARE.
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F7 as a STAND-ALONE Door Controller
The F7 has five main Access Control Options:
Time Zone (Period) Settings:
Define time periods for which doors-access is normally
granted or denied (i.e. Weekdays, Weekends, 9-5 day shift,
Shift 2, Midnight Shift, holidays, etc).
Group Options:
Create Groups containing users with the same Access
Rights.
Assigning time zones (periods) to Groups:
Assign the time zones (periods) to the group based on the
Groups’ access rights.
Access Combinations
Allow door-access ONLY when multiple
authorized-users/Admins are present. No single
User/Admin can access the door UNLESS another
authorized User/Admin is present.
Lock:
Set how long the door-lock remains opened after an
authorized user/Admin opens the door.
DSen. Delay:
The Door Sensor Delay determines how long to keep the
door unlocked, after an authorized user opens the door.
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Verification Flow of Access Options
User places the fingerprint
F
ifi ti
No
User
Records entry but can’t unlock
GRP TZ
No
Yes
Yes
TimeZone Deny
No
Effective TZ
Yes
No
T&A
User GRP in
unlocking
Comb
Yes
Satisfy certain
unlocking
combination
No
Next GRP user
Yes
Combine to unlock door
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Time Zone (Period) Settings
A Time Zone (Period) is a user-defined period of time in which the door
normally remains accessible or inaccessible to specified users or groups of
users.
Examples of time zones (periods) include work shifts, work days,
weekends, holidays, annual company closings, etc.
The F7 can store up to 50 time zones (periods).
Each user can be assigned up to 3 different time zones (periods).
If a user belongs to “multiple” time zones (periods), then he/she has
door-access during all those time zones (periods) assigned to him/her.
Example:
Time Zone (Period) 1 (TP No. 1) is weekend-access ONLY.
Time Zone (Period) 2 (TP No. 2)) is weekday-access ONLY.
If a user belongs to BOTH TP1 and TP2, in effect he/she has access
all 7 days of the week
Time Zones (Periods) use an “OR” Logic.
Every time zone (period) has a START and END time.
Time zones (periods) adhere to the format HH:MM - HH:MM
Time zones (periods) are based on a 24-hour clock (no AM or PM).
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To prohibit users for a 24-hour period, create the following Time
Zone (Period):
23:59 - 23:58.
This means there is no door access starting at 11:59pm until 11:58
the following day. The door is ALWAYS INACCESSIBLE, even
though the user is enrolled in the F7.
To allow unrestricted door access for a 24-hour period, create the
following Time Zone (Period):
00:00-23:59
This means there is unrestricted access starting at Midnight until
11:59 PM. The door is ALWAYS ACCESSIBLE to users enrolled
on the F7.
How to create Time Zones (Periods):
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
► Define TP
User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Define TP.
Press the OK key.
The Define TP screen will appear;
Define TP
TP No.
__1
ESC
OK
Press OK to accept Time Zone (Period) number 1 (TP 1).
The following Time Zone (Period) screen displays;
Def TP 1
► Sun 00:00 – 23:59
Mon 00:00 – 23:59
Tue 00:00 – 23:59
▼
Scroll with the ▲ / ▼ keys and use the OK key and keypad to program the
start and end times for the various days of the week.
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When finished, press the ESC key until you’re prompted with the
following screen;
Def TP 1
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key and you’ll return to the Access Options menu;
Access Options
► Define TP
User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
▼
Time Zone (Period) Examples;
Example: Restricting Door Access to Weekdays only:
Def TP 1
► Sun 00:00 –
Mon 00:00 –
Tue 00:00 –
Wed 00:00 –
Thu 00:00 –
Fri
00:00 –
Sat 00:00 –
▼
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
In the above figure, notice each day is programmed with 00:00-23:59.
This means the doors are accessible to authorized users ALL THE TIME.
But if your operating hours are typically Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm, it is
unlikely that your employees will need door access on the weekends.
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Therefore, you might consider creating a “weekend time zone/period” in
which Mon-Fri is 00:00-23:59 BUT Sat and Sun are 23:59-23:58.
Def TP 1
► Sun 23:59 –
Mon 00:00 –
Tue 00:00 –
Wed 00:00 –
Thu 00:00 –
Fri
00:00 –
Sat
23:59 –
▼
23:58
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:58
It is also a good idea to create a Time Zone (Period) during which all the
doors remain INACCESSIBLE. This is typical of a holiday, in which
case your employees will not need door access.
Example: Restricting Door Access completely
Def TP 2
► Sun 23:59 –
Mon 23:59 –
Tue 23:59 –
Wed 23:59 –
Thu 23:59 –
Fri
23:59 –
Sat
23:59 –
▼
23:58
23:58
23:58
23:58
23:58
23:58
23:58
In the above figure, each day is programmed with 23:59 – 23:58. This
means the doors are NOT accessible to authorized users ALL THE TIME.
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If your employees have 2 different work shifts, you might consider a Time
Zone (Period) for each work shift;
Example: Restricting door access to “Shift 1 employees”
If Shift 1 employees work 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Shift 2 employees work 5
p.m. to 1 a.m., then consider creating Time Zone (Period) 2 (TP 2) for
Shift 1 employees.
This will deny door access to Shift 1 employees AFTER 5:00pm during
the week. Shift 1 employees will also be denied door access all weekend
long.
Def TP 2
► Sun 23:59 – 23:58
Mon 09:00 – 17:00
Tue 09:00 – 17:00
Wed 09:00 – 17:00
Thu 09:00 – 17:00
Fri
09:00 – 17:00
Sat
23:59 – 23:58
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▼
Group Time Zone (Period) Settings
IMPORTANT - ALWAYS Create Time Zones (Periods)
FIRST
Individual Users can be assigned to Groups. This saves time since
Group Access Rights only need to be programmed ONCE. Then, as users
are added to the F7, all you need do is assign them to his/her respective
Groups. It then becomes unnecessary to program individual Access
Rights when enrolling new users.
How to create Groups:
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
Define TP
User Acc Opts
► GRP TP Define
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside GRP TP
Define.
Press the OK key.
The Define TP screen will appear;
GRP TP Define
Group No..
__1
ESC
OK
To accept Group No 1, press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
GRP1 Def TP
TP1
TP2
TP3
___1
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside the time
zone (period) for which you’re adding a Group No.
When finished assigning Groups to Time Zones (Periods), press the ESC
key.
GRP Def TP
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Access Options
Define TP
User Acc Opts
► GRP TP Define
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▼
User Access Options
After a User has been enrolled, you can later define his/her “Door Access
Rights” by assigning them to Groups, which are defined by Time Zones
(Periods);
How to create Groups:
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
Define TP
► User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User Acc
Opts.
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Press the OK key.
The User Access Options screen will appear;
User Acc Opts
User ID ____1
ESC
OK
Press OK tchange User ID 0001’s Door Access Options.
User 00001 Opt
► Belong to GRP
Use Grp TPs
TP1
▼
1
Y
3
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside the value
you wish to change.
Indicate which Group Number that User ID 00001 will belong to and if the
time zones (periods) associated with Group Number 1 will apply to User
ID 00001.
User 00001 Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Access Options
Define TP
► User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
▼
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Access Combination Settings
The F7 can also be configured so that 2 to 5 users need to present his/her
authorized fingerprints prior to the door releasing. This is called
“Multi-User Combination:
Multi-User Combination provides the highest level of door security, and is
common when protecting “critical assets” or protecting the safety of the
public:
Typical Multi-User Combination applications include:
•
•
•
•
Financial Assets (bank vaults, safes, etc)
Bio hazardous waste (hospitals).
Utility plants (i.e. nuclear)
Weapons Systems
If only ONE of the users of a Multi-User Combination group attempts
access to the door without the others, the door will NOT release.
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How to create Groups:
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
► Access Comb
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Comb.
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Press the OK key.
The User Access Options screen will appear;
Access Comb
Comb 1
Comb 2
Comb 3
▼
1
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and indicate which combinations of “Groups”
will be necessary to clock-in, prior to the door releasing.
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Access Options
User Acc Opts
GRP TP Define
► Access Comb
▼
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Examples of Unlocking/Access Combinations;
Access Comb
Comb 1
123
.
Comb 1
Comb 2
4
Comb 2
Comb 3
24
Comb 2
Comb 3
45
Comb 2
Comb 3
15
The above illustrates 5 combinations;
•
•
•
•
•
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123 is a combination.
4 is a combination.
24 is a combination.
45 is a combination.
15 is a combination.
Access Comb
Comb 1
123
Comb 2
4
Comb 2
Comb 3
24
Comb 2
Comb 3
45
Comb 2
Comb 3
15
Combination 1:
When any users belonging to Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 are all
present, the door will only release when all 3 Group members place his/her
fingers on the F7 CONSECUTIVELY.
Combination 3:
When any 2 users belonging to Group 4 and Group 5 are BOTH present,
the door will only release when BOTH users place his/her fingers on the
F7.
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Lock
The Door “lock” Control Setting determines how long the door will
remain OPEN (unlocked) after a user has successfully gained access.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
GRP TP Define
Access Comb
► Lock
▲
▼
150
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Lock.
Note the default is 150 ms (about 7 seconds).
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If you wish to change, press OK and indicate how long the door should
remain opened.
Press OK again, and then press ESC key.
System Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
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▼
Door Sensor Delay
The Door Sensor Delay determines how long the door will remain OPEN
after a user opens the door.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
Access Comb
Lock
► DSen. Delay
▲
▼
150
10
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside DSen Delay.
Note the default is 10.
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If you wish to change, press OK.
▲
▼
Access Options
Access Comb
Lock
► DSen. Delay
150
10
Change the Door Sensor delay and press the OK key.
Press OK again, and then press ESC key.
System Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Options
Power Mng
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
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Door Sensor Mode
Dsen. Mode has 3 options;
No - No use door magnistor
NC - When the door is open, the lock is open.
None - When the door is closed ,the lock is closed
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
Lock
DSen. Delay
► DSen. Mode
▼
▲
150
10
NONE
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside DSen Mode.
Note the default is NONE.
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If you wish to change, press OK.
Access Options
▼
▲
150
10
NONE
Lock
DSen. Delay
► DSen. Mode
Use the scroll ▲/▼ keys to change Mode to No or NC.
When finished, press the OK key.
Press OK again, and then press ESC key.
System Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
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▼
Door Sensor Alarm
The Door Sensor Delay determines how long the door will remain OPEN
until the F7 sends an alarm.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
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▼
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Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
DSen. Delay
DSen. Mode
► DSen. Alarm
▲
▼
10
NONE
30
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside DSen Alarm.
Note the default is 30.
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If you wish to change, press OK.
▲
▼
10
NONE
30
Access Options
DSen. Delay
DSen. Mode
► DSen. Alarm
Change the Door Sensor Alarm and press the OK key.
Press OK again, and then press ESC key.
System Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
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Duress Options
The F7 provides users a Duress (“manual alarm”) button.
If a user has registered a “duress finger,” a manual alarm can be triggered
when the F7 recognizes the “duress” finger.
Any user can have a Duress finger registered.
Note that the Duress finger does not open the door. It only sends an
alarm signal.
Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
Comm Opt
Log Opt
► Access Options
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Access
Options.
Press the OK key.
The Access Options Menu will appear;
Access Options
DSen. Mode
DSen. Alarm
► Duress Options
▲
▼
NONE
30
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Duress
Options. Then press OK.
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The Duress Options menu will appear;
Duress Options
► Duress FP.
Help Key
1:1 Trg
▲
▼
N
N
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Duress FP
and press OK.
The Duress FP menu will appear;
Duress FP.
▲
▼
► New Enrollment.
Def. Duress FP
Undef Duress FP
You have the following choices;
New Enrollment
If you’re adding a Duress fingerprint to an EXISTING User who
currently has no duress fingerprint.
Define Duress Fingerprint
If you’re adding “Duress” to an EXISTING User’s already-enrolled
fingerprint.
Undefine Duress Fingerprint
If you’re REMOVING “Duress” from an EXISTING User’s
already-enrolled fingerprint. This will not delete the fingerprint.
But it will no longer have “duress”.
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Duress FP.
▲
▼
► New Enrollment.
Def. Duress FP
Undef Duress FP
New Enrollment;
If your adding a “Duress Fingerprint”, select New Enrollment and press
OK.
Then add a fingerprint (enrolling fingerprints is previously covered in the
beginning chapters of the User Guide).
Define Duress Fingerprint;
If you’re adding/defining Duress to an existing User’s already-enrolled
fingerprint then select “Def Duress FP” and press OK.
Then indicate which user ID you’ll be adding Duress and press OK.
Then indicate which finger will receive “duress status” by either pressing
OK or ESC as you scroll through the User’s fingerprints.
Undefine Duress Fingerprint;
If you’re REMOVING Duress from an existing User’s already-enrolled
fingerprint, then select “Undef Duress FP” and press OK.
Then indicate which user ID you’ll be removing Duress and press OK.
Then indicate which finger will LOSE Duress by either pressing OK or
ESC as you scroll through the User’s fingerprints.
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Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Duress FP.
▲
▼
► New Enrollment.
Def. Duress FP
Undef Duress FP
Press ESC
Duress Options
► Duress FP.
Help Key
1:1 Trg
▲
▼
N
N
Other Duress Options;
Duress Options
► Duress FP.
Help Key
1:1 Trg
1:N Trig
Pwd Trig
Alarm Delay
▲
▼
N
N
N
N
10
Note that you can indicate whether or not a “Duress Alarm” can be
triggered by;
•
A Help Key
•
1:1 fingerprint match
•
1:N Fingerprint match
•
Password match
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You can also indicate how long an alarm should delay when a “Duress
condition” occurs.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and use the OK key and key pad to change
values.
▲
▼
Duress Options
► Duress FP.
Help Key
1:1 Trg
1:N Trig
Pwd Trig
Alarm Delay
N
N
N
N
10
Press OK again, and then press ESC key.
You’ll then be prompted;
System Opt
Save ?
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept, or ESC to cancel and return to the previous
menu.
Access Options
DSen. Mode
DSen. Alarm
► Duress Options
▲
▼
NONE
30
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ALARM CNT
Access Options
DSen. Alarm
Duress Options
► ALARM CNT
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▲
▼
30
0
Auto Test
This menu allows you to test various components of the F7;
Run ALL Tests
LCD Test
Does the display appear normal?
Voice Test
Scroll through and listen to pre-recorded prompts by
pressing the OK key.
Fingerprint Reader
Does the display indicate the fingerprint reader is OK?
Key Test
Does each key pressed on the keypad coincide with the key
displayed on the screen?
Real Time Clock (RTC) Test
Does the display indicate the RTC is OK?
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Press the MENU key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Options.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
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▼
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
▲
▼
Log Opt
Access Options
► Auto Test
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Auto Test.
Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
Auto Test
► Run ALL Test
LCD Test
Voice Test
FR Reader
Key test
RTC Test
▼
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside the feature
you’d like to test and press the OK key.
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After testing, press the ESC key.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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System Information
This menu allows you to review various systems on the F7;
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Number of users enrolled
Number of fingerprints enrolled
Number of entries in the attendance/audit log
Number of Admins (inc Enrollers & Supervisors) enrolled
Number of passwords users are enrolled
Number of S Logs
Amount of free space available;
o Available fingerprint entries
o Available attendance log entries
o Available S Log entries
Device Info
Press the MENU key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Sys Info.
Menu
User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
► Sys Info
▼
Press the OK key.
The Sys Info screen will appear;
Sys Info
► User Cnt
FP Cnt
Att Log
Admin Cnt
Pwd Usr
S Logs
Free Space Info
Dev info
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▲
▼
1
1
12
1
1
116
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside the system
information you’d like to review, and then press the OK key.
After reviewing, press the ESC key.
The Options menu will return;
Options
System Opt
Power Mng
► Comm Opt
▼
Continue pressing the ESC key until you return to the Start-Up window.
Menu
User Manage
► Options
PenDrive Mng
▼
Press ESC
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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Maintenance
Cleaning
From time to time, the optical platen, the keypad and display
window require cleaning. Since working environments differ, it is not
possible to define when exactly cleaning should be performed.
The following is a suggested guide:
Item
Keypad and
display window
Cleaning Frequency
Clean when visibly dirty and hard to read.
Optical platen
Do not over clean. The platen is designed to work
under greasy or dirty conditions.
However, do clean if the platen is obscured or if
users report deteriorating performance. See
cleaning the Optical Platen below.
Cleaning the Keypad and Display
To clean the keypad and display, use a soft paper tissue which should
be slightly damp.
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Cleaning the Optical Platen
•
If dusty, blow air on the platen to clean any dust particles.
•
If the sensor is greasy, wipe it with a mild window cleaner or
other similar neutral detergent.
Warning:
Do not use any other cleaner or the platen may be
damaged. Be careful not to scratch the platen.
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