A-1300 Manual
A-1300 Biometric Access Control System
USER'S MANUAL
Table of Contents
1. General Information ......................................................................................................... 1
1.0 Notification.................................................................................................................... 2
1.1 System Overview ........................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Main Features................................................................................................................ 2
2. Basic Concepts ................................................................................................................. 4
2.1 Basic Concepts............................................................................................................... 4
2.1.1 User Enrollment ................................................................................................... 4
2.1.2 User Verification .................................................................................................. 4
2.1.3 Match Threshold Levels ....................................................................................... 4
2.1.4 User ID Number ................................................................................................... 5
2.1.5 Authority (Status) Levels ...................................................................................... 5
2.1.6 Start-up ................................................................................................................ 5
2.2 How to Place the Finger ................................................................................................ 6
2.2.1 More Tips for Fingerprint Record ........................................................................ 7
3. Enrollment and Verification Procedures ........................................................................... 8
3.1 Enrolling User ................................................................................................................ 8
3.1.1 Types of Enrollment ............................................................................................. 9
3.1.2 Fingerprint & Password ..................................................................................... 11
3.2 Testing an Enrollment ................................................................................................. 12
3.3 Backup Enrollment ...................................................................................................... 12
4. System Options ............................................................................................................. 13
4.1 System Options ........................................................................................................... 13
4.1.1 Date Time ........................................................................................................... 13
4.1.2 Language ............................................................................................................ 13
4.1.3 Format................................................................................................................ 13
4.1.4 Advanced Options .............................................................................................. 14
4.2 Log Options ................................................................................................................. 15
4.3 Communication Options ............................................................................................. 15
4.4 Access Control ............................................................................................................. 16
4.4.1 Access Control Setting ...................................................................................... 16
4.4.2 Access Control Function .................................................................................... 17
4.4.3 Time Period Definition ...................................................................................... 17
4.4.4 Grouping Function ............................................................................................ 18
4.4.5 User Access Control Setup ................................................................................ 20
4.4.6 Lock Delay ......................................................................................................... 20
5. System Information ....................................................................................................... 21
6. Specification .................................................................................................................. 22
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
1. General Information
This chapter explains the outlook of David-Link Biometric/Fingerprint Door Access Control
Terminal and its basic functions in details.
External Overview
LCD Screen
Keypad
Fingerprint Sensor
Proximity Sensor
Keypad Function
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9 ▼
OK M
OK: Press to confirm your settings and/or present operation
MENU: Press and hold the key for 3 seconds to enter the menu options of the terminal
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C: Press to exit the menu options and/or cancel present operation
: Press to scroll up the menu (Check IN)
: Press to scroll down the menu (Check OUT)
key: Press to turn on/off the power
BELL: Press to ring the bell (when terminal is equipped with the feature)
Number: Press number 0---9
David-Link Door Access Control Terminal is a simple, easy-to-use terminal. It can be installed at
any area where access of the entries requires authority. This terminal combines the latest
fingerprint recognition technology with multiple levels of security control to provide the safest
environment.
1.0 Notification
Do not attempt to service the terminal yourself. Opening the terminal will void your 1- year
manufacturer’s limited warranty. Always follow the instructions in this user’s manual.
1. Do not place the terminal in direct sunlight. Bright light may significantly affect
fingerprint reads. The terminal is designed for indoor use within a temperature range
of 32-104ºF (0-40ºC). Keep the terminal away from heat sources.
2. This terminal is intended to be used as Door Access Control System. Do not use this terminal
for other purposes. The terminal warranty does not cover defects or damages arising from
improper installation, improper storage, abuse, ordinary wear-and-tear or unauthorized
service.
3. Please save your data and records in USB thumb drive or in your computer periodically.
David-Link is not responsible for any lost data and records from the terminal and software.
1.1 System Overview
A-1300 is a Door Access Control System designed for any size of office environment with up to
300 authorized users. A-1300 verifies user’s identity based on individual matching fingerprint.
1.2 Main Features
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LCD: 128*32
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Color: Silver Black
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Fingerprint Sensor: Optical Fingerprint Sensor (500DPI)
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Fingerprint Identification Angle: 360 degrees
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FRR: ≤ 1%
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FAR: ≤ 0.0001%
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Speed: ≤ 1 second
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Intelligent Study: Yes
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Work Mode: Online and Offline
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Verification Mode: 1:1 and 1:N
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Identification Method: Fingerprint, RFID Card, Password, Fingerprint + Password, or
Fingerprint + RFID Card
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User Capacity: 3000
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Management Record Capacity: 1,000
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Storage Capacity: 60,000
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Communication: TCP/IP, RS485, USB
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USB Thumb Drive Download Function: Yes
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Language Display: English
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Name Display: English Name
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Voice: YES
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Bell Function: YES
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Alarm Function: Intimidation Alarm, Alarm for Open the Machine, Alarm to Open the Door
Forcedly, Alarm Open the Door Overtime
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Function Key: Sign In, Sign Out, Go Out, ESC Key
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Lock Output: Often Open/Often Close
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Access Control Interface: Wiegand 26/34 Optional, Output/Input Optional
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DC/Current: 12V/1A
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Lock Group Function: YES
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Size: 198mm X 88mm X 45mm
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2. Basic concepts
2.1 Basic concepts
This section contains definitions and descriptions of David-Link Biometric/Fingerprint Door Access
Control concepts including:
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User Enrollment
User Verification
Match Threshold Levels
User ID Numbers
Authority (Status) Levels
2.1.1 User Enrollment
During user verification, live fingerprint scan is compared with the matching stored fingerprint
template to confirm user’s identity. The enrollment process takes approximately 1 second. All ten
fingers can be enrolled for the same ID number or the same user.
Ideally, one finger from each hand should be enrolled so that in case one finger is injured, the
alternate finger can still be verified. It is recommended to enroll the left and right index
fingers for enrollment.
2.1.2 User Verification
Verification process starts when a user enters an ID number, places a finger on the
fingerprint sensor, or inputs a password combination for comparison with the stored
template.
2.1.3 Match Threshold Levels
Match Threshold Levels establishes a balance between False Acceptance Rate (FAR) and False
Rejection Rate (FRR). FAR is the frequency of a non-authorized user is falsely recognized and
granted access to the system. FRR the frequency of an enrolled and authorized user, who should
be granted access to the system, is denied on the basis that the system did not recognize. FAR
and FRR affect each other. Lower FAR yields to higher FRR.
You can set match threshold levels on a per-use basis. The higher the threshold is set, the higher
the security is ensured; however, it is recommended to leave this setting as default, threshold
value = 3, since the default threshold is commonly accepted as the balance of FAR and FRR rate.
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In case of fingerprint verification difficulty, one can enter ID number before fingerprint
verification (1:1 match) or lower the matching threshold (1:N).
Table 2-1 Match threshold description
2.1.4 User ID number
Before the fingerprint enrollment, a user is assigned with a User ID Number. This ID number is
matched with a user’s identity and the matching fingerprint template during verification process.
An ID number is assigned sequentially based on availability; however, once can choose any ID
number as desired.
2.1.5 Authority (Status) Levels
David-Link A-1300 Door Access Control System contains authority or status levels:
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User: one whose identity must be verified in order to gain access into a facility or to have
his/her attendance recorded.
General Manager: One who has access to all menu functions, except advanced settings.
Super Manager: One who has access to all functions and is allowed to make any change in
the system setting.
Note: if there is no manager and/or higher authority level registered in the system, the
enroller is authorized to enroll any new manager or higher authority level in to the system.
2.1.6 Start-up
Press the power button [0] to turn on the terminal. The Start-up window will appear as the
following:
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2.2 How to Place the Finger
Tips: It is recommended that at least 2 fingerprints are enrolled in the terminal for each user in the
event that if one of the fingerprints is injured or damaged, a user can always user the alternate
finger for entries. Each user can enroll 1 to 10 fingerprints in the terminal.
A-1300 requires each fingerprint to be pressed 3 times in order to successfully enroll the user. Place
your finger in the middle of the sensor. To ensure better fingerprint reads, each time press the finger
flat and firmly on the center of the sensor surface and cover as much of the sensor surface as
possible.
1) Correct Finger Positioning:
Place finger flat on the center of sensor
surface.
2) Incorrect finger Positioning:
Vertical
Offset
Inclined
Lower
Note: Please adopt the correct way to place your finger; David-Link is not
responsible for the malfunctioning results arising from improper pressing
manners.
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2.2.1 More Tips for Fingerprint Reads
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3.0 Enrollment and Verification Procedures
This chapter describes user enrollment and verification processes.
The following topics are included:
 Enrolling User
 Testing an Enrollment
 Enrolling a User with the Display Finger Option On
 Verifying Your Identity
 Hints for Successful Enrollments
Note: You must have Manager or Supervisor user first to be able to
enroll users. For information on status levels, see “Authority (Status)
Levels” on2.1.5”
3.1 Enrolling User
If this is the first enrollment in the new system, everyone is allowed to enroll himself/herself in to
the system. However if there is an enroller or above authority level enrolled in the system, you will
need an enroller or above authority level to confirm for a new enrollment by verifying the enroller
or above authority level personnel’s fingerprint before new user enrollment.
There are many verification method options for a new user enrollment: fingerprint, proximity card,
password, or any combination of the above three. Fingerprint enrollment ideal for most of the
people who have better quality fingerprints. Any combination of the three (3) verification method
options is for few people with poor quality of fingerprints.
To start the enrollment process, press [Menu], the enroller or above authority level personnel
presses fingerprint to verify identity in order to go into menu options. If there is no manager in the
terminal, the following message appears on the display:
Press [OK] to enter User Manage, the following message is displayed:
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Press [OK] to start the user enrollment. Then select from the following verification method options:
3.1.1 Types of Enrollment
1. Fingerprint Enrollment
1) Select Enroll FP, then press [OK], the following message is displayed:
2)Press [OK] for new user enrollment, the following message appears:
3)Input the Enroll No. (Range: 1 to 999999999) or simply press [OK] to use the first
available Enroll No. in the terminal, the following message appears:
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4)Press the same finger three times to complete the enrollment. Lift your finger each time
when you hear a beep sound. When you have successfully been enrolled in the terminal, the
following message appears:
2. Password Enrollment
1) Select Enroll Pwd, then press [OK], the following message appears:
2) Press [OK] for new user enrollment, the following message appears:
3) Input the Enroll No. (Range: 1 to 999999999) or simply press [OK] to use the first available
Enroll No. in the terminal, the following message appears:
4) Input the password (up to 8 digits) then press [OK], the following message appears:
5) Input the password again then press [OK], the following message appears:
Press [OK] to save the enrolled data then you may repeat the same processes again for another
enrollment.
3.1.2 Fingerprint & Password
1)Select FP&Pwd, then press [OK], the following appears:
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2) Press [OK] for new user enrollment, the following message appears:
3)Input the Enroll No. (Range: 1 to 999999999) or simply press [OK] to use the first available
Enroll No. in the terminal, the following message appears:
4)Press the same finger three (3) times to complete the enrollment. Lift your finger each time
when you hear a beep sound. When you have successfully been enrolled in the terminal, the
following message appears for your password enrollment:
5)Input your password, the following appears:
6)Input the password again then press [OK], the following appears:
Press [OK] to save.
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3.2 Testing the Enrollment
To confirm if a user is enrolled in the system, simply place a finger on the fingerprint sensor for
verification. In case of the event the fingerprint quality is poor, try using another finger or other
verification methods (password and proximity card) for enrollment.
3.3 Backup Enrollment
In the new enrollment interface, Press [ESC] to cancel new enrollment then input the correct
employee ID # to create back up enrollment as the following message shown below.
Note: Where system memory permits, it is always recommended to have at least two fingers
enrolled for each long-term user.
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4. System Options
1) Press [MENU], select “Setup Options”, press [OK], the following appears:
4.1 System Options
Select “Access System Opt”, the following appears:
4.1.1 Date&Time
Select “Date&Time” to adjust the current date and time settings as the following appears:
To change the date, press
and . Then input the correct time on the keypad for time
settings. Finally, press [OK] to complete.
4.1.2 Language
Select “Language” to change language display settings. The system currently only supports English.
4.1.3 Format
Select Date Format change the date format display setting:
4 types of date formats available for start-up display: Y-M-D, D.M.Y., D/M/Y,D-M-Y,M.D.Y,M/D/Y,
M-D-Y, Y.M.D, and Y/M/D.
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4.1.4 Advanced Options
Select Advanced Option, and the following appears:
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Del All Logs: Delete all records stored in the terminal.
Del Enroll Info: Delete all personnel information (fingerprint, password, or proximity card
ID) stored in the terminal.
Remove Manager Privilege: Eliminate manager’s privilege, so the user has no access to
the menu functions.
1:N Level: Verification sensitivity setup (users are not recommended to change this
setting).
Initial. 1:1: Verification sensitivity for ID and Fingerprint setup (users are not
recommended to change this setting).
Voice Out: Turn on or off the background sound.
Volume: Turn up or down the device sound volume.
Contrast: Adjust LCD display contrast.
# of Manager: Set up number of managers allowed in the terminal.
Verify: Choose a verification method from one of the following: (1) F/P/C for fingerprint,
password, or card (2) F+P for verifying both user’s fingerprint and password (3) F+C for
verifying both fingerprint and card.
Default: Reset the terminal back to the factory default settings.
AutoSleep: Set terminal to sleep mode when idle for a specific number of minutes.
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4.2
Log Options
Select Log Opt, the following message appears:
SLog Warning: Warning alarm when number of management log capacity is low.
GLog Warnging: Warning alarm when number of user log capacity is low
Re-Verify: Set a specific time range in minutes to prevent double punches of the same user within a
short period of time. The second punch will be ignored in the report if double punches happen within
a specified number of minutes.
4.3
Communication Options
Select Communication Option, the following message appears:
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Device ID: Terminal unique ID (range: 1 to 255).
Baud Rate: Choose from 9600, 38400, or 115200.
Port #: TCP communication port, the default setting is 5005.
IP address: Enter the IP address according to your networking options. The default IP
address is 192.168.1.204.
Subnet Mask: Networking connection with the terminal setup.
Default Gateway: Networking connection with the terminal setup.
Server IP: Enter the IP address according to your networking options. The default IP
address is 192.168.1.200.
Server Port: Networking connection with the terminal setup.
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4.4
Access Control
Features
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Grouping access control
Access control and simple attendance records included
Inner integrated single door controller, simple installation.
Red and green lights on the panel
Device removal alarm function
Standard access control steel installation
Internet management software, monitor several machines
USB flash drive downloads
26 standard output (optional), compatible to other access controller
Adopt WFS6.00 High-speed algorithm
4.4.1 Access Control Setting
Access control option, the following message appears:
1) Define Time Zone: Define the time and date allowed for access.
2) Define Group Time Zone: Define multiple time and date combinations allowed for access.
3) Access Options: Group selected users to different time zones.
4) Access Mode
G Mode: enable or disable group open mode
Users: setup how many users’ confirmation to unlock door
5) Unlock Group: Define and authorize access for a combination of different groups of users
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6) Lock delay: Given time period in seconds, the lock is released after an user's identity is
confirmed
7) DoorSensorSet: Enable this function for additional security. If the terminal is connected with
your existing alarm system and the door is supposed to be closed, the terminal will then trigger
the alarm to go off when door is open.
8) Alarm Time: Setup the duration of alarm in minutes.
9) Turn off alarm: Turn the alarm off. This function is for an authorized manager to turn
off/overwrite the device alarm after the device alarm goes off when an unauthorized fingerprint
is rejected 5 times (illegal login).
4.4.2 Access Control Function
Each user setup is a combination of group identification, group time period and user time period.
Grouping is dispatch user to certain group. Group Time period could select up to three (3) preset
time periods. User Time period could also select up to three preset time period as well.
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An user can be enrolled in different group combination.
Open Door Access Time should be in any valid time from the setting.
Any newly enrolled user is automatically categorized in the first group. Device will
automatically update its setting once any authorized manager or user changes the group.
4.4.3 Time Period Definition
Not only that you can restrict access for different users, now you can set up to 50 Time Zones to
restrict more on entry access during different time of the day. Each Time Zone consists of up to 7
different time periods (one week). Each user can be applied to up to 3 Time Zones, meaning even
the user is registered on the device, he/she can be granted access only within specified times
zones.
Note: System default time period setting allows a registered user to access the door for entire
day.
1) Select 1. Define Time Zone. The screen is displayed as following:
Press [OK] to access Time Zone # settings, the screen will display as following:
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The default Time Zone 1 Setting is shown as above.
2) For example:
For an office environment, if employee works on Saturdays and Sundays, please set the door
access time range as below (23:57-23:56). From Mondays to Fridays, please apply the appropriate
door access time range according to each employee’s working schedule. (For example: from 8:30 to
18:00).
Apply your settings depending on your working schedule (may differ based on employee’s
schedule).
4.4.4 Grouping Function
Define Group Time Zone function (up to 5 groups) categorizes users into groups; and Combine
different groups into up to three (3) Time Zones.
1) Select 2.Define Group Time Zone. The screen is displayed as following:
2) Select Group # then Press [OK] to access the setup screen, you can assign up to three (3) Time
Zones to a group.
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4.4.5 User Access Control Setup
User access control setup is based on your preference.
1) Select 3. Access Options to check a user’s access control setup status. You can also set up the Group
Time Zone/Time Zone for each employee here.
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Belong Group: Categorize users in to different groups.
Time Zone: Apply up to three (3) different Time Zones.
2) For example
Enter Employee # 0000001, the screen will display as following
Press [OK] to enter Group Time period. Press Up or Down key. The screen will display as following:
4.4.6 Lock Delay
Define the time range (in seconds) that the lock remained released after the user has passed the
verification.
Select 6. Lock Delay. Then press [OK] after you have set up the time in second.
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5. System Information
Access [Menu] to System Information. Press [OK] then the following appears:
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6. Specification
Specification
Capacity of
Fingerprint
Capacity of Record
Verification Method
Access Control
Function
Electronic Lock
Control
Attendance
Function(optional)
Other Output
Networking
Wiegand Output
Display
Power
Verify Speed
FRR
FAR
Temperature
Operation
Humidity Operating
Language
3,000
60,000
1:1 or 1:N
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50 Different Time Zone
5 groups
10 Open door Combination
Support Multiple Fingerprint Access
Fingerprint, ID Card, and Password Verification Methods
Alarm Output, Device Removal Alarm Output, ETC.
12V DC/3A Relay Output
Support David-Link Access Control Software
Magnetic Lock, Electric Strike, Door Bell, Alarm
Ethernet, USB, RS485
Wiegand 26 Output
LCD Display
12V DC, Standby Current: 50mA, work current 400mA
< 1 second
=1%
=0.0001%
0°C - 45°C
20%-80%
Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English
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