Fingkey Access Fingkey Access RC/MC User Guide

Fingkey Access Fingkey Access RC/MC User Guide
Fingkey Access
Fingkey Access RC/MC
User Guide
NITGEN & COMPANY
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Tel: +82.2.556.7115
Fax: +82.2.513.2191
Email: customer@nitgen.com
Table of Contents
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Features
Product Component
Product Description / LCD Display & Touch Panel
System Configuration
Authentication
Time&Attendance Mode
Entering Administrator Menu
Menu (1~7)
Specification
Trouble Shooting (1~3)
Information to the User
Features
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Remote control and real-time access monitoring by means of server program
(AccessManager Pro.)
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User’s setup function reinforced
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Password/ RF card or any combination of the means
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Touch Keypad with Backlight
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IP65 rated waterproof & dustproof
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CE, FCC certificated
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Auto-on function
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Shortcut ID matching opportunity provided
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Various authentication media supported
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LFD (Live Finger Detection)
Disabled @ RC/MC
Product Component
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The FingkeyAccess includes the
following components. For detailed
information about installation, see the
installation guide. If any of the
following items is missing, contact the
Customer Support Team
FingkeyAccess
Standard
Power Cord
Install Bracket
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Bolts
FingkeyAccess
RC/MC
Adapter
S/W CD
Product Description
1. LCD
Initial message
FINGKEY ACCESS
2. Touch Panel
09:12:34
Network connection status
3. Fingerprint Input
4. Card Input
Function Keys
5. Reset Button
Cursor Key
Front View
(8) Menu
No
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Name
LCD & Touch Pad
Description
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LCD
The user can get information from it
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Touch Panel
The user can handle all inputs by touching.
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Finger Sensor
The user places his/her finger for authentication.
(disabled @ RC/MC)
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Card Input
The user places his/her card for authentication.
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Reset Button
The user can make the system reset manually.
ENTER Key
Escape
System Configuration
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Components Access Server/Remote Manager/Remote Monitor
# of accessible terminals ACM Pro.Max. 2,000 terminals
ACM v2.57x Max. 255 terminals(available soon)
# of accessible remote client PCs 8 clients
Supportable OS above Windows 2000
# of users enrolled ACM Pro.100,000 users(SQL/SQL Express)
ACM v2.57x 10,000 users(MDB/SQL) (available soon)
Authentication
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Standard Model : Fingerprint, RF Card, Password
1. Maximize the finger area scanned and press evenly (70 ~ 80% of full pressure).
2. Place the “core” of the fingerprint at the center of the scanner. The core is usually
opposite the whitish half-moon on the bottom of the fingernail. Therefore, place
the half-moon part at the center of the scanner when scanning.
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RC/MC Model : RF Card, Password
Incorrect
Time&Attendance Mode
General/Simple Mode
F3- INPUT ID
: 0324
In attendance mode, function keys are displayed on the
lower-right of the initial screen.
In Simple or General Attendance mode, the user must
press a function key and input his ID to be
authenticated. Function keys are as follows:
F1: Coming to work
F2: Leaving work
F3: Going out
F4: Returning
After the user presses a function key, the key will be
included in the server log data which will be used
by the attendance management program.
Auto/Extended Mode : Contact Sales Point.
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Menu : Entering Administrator Menu
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INPUT M ASTER ID
: 0324
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If no administrator was designated and only
general users were registered in network mode, all
users will be allowed to enter the Management
menu.
To enter the Administrator menu, touch the
“MENU” button at the lower of the touch
pad.
Input the administrator ID and follow the
authentication process. The Administrator
menu will be displayed. Because no users
have yet been registered, any user can
enter the Administrator menu. At least one
administrator for should be registered for
security purposes.
Menu : User Management, FP option
1.User Manager
2.FP Option
1. Register User
Register User
2. Modify User
Modify User Info.
3. Delete User
Delete 1 User
4. Delete All
Delete All Users
1. Brightness
Control Sensor Image
2. Secu. Level
Set Security Level
3. Capture Mode
Finger Capture mode
4. Sensor Timeout
Set Maximum
Capture Time
Disabled
6. 1:N Timeout
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Set 1:N Authentication
Timeout
Disable @ Network
Mode
Disable @ RC/MC
Menu : UI option, System Option
3.UI Option
1. Language
Select Language
2. Buzzer
Buzzer On/Off
Disabled
4.System Option
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4. FuncKey DIsp
Display type
for Attendance
1. LOG
LOG On/Off
2. RF Card
Select RF Card Type
3. Wiegand
Select 26/34 bit
4. Function Mode
AC/ T&A
AC = Access Control
T&A = Time & Attendance
5. Auth Mode
SO / NL
SO = standalone mode
NL = Network mode
6. Time Setting
Current Time Setting
7. Terminal Mode
Set Wiegand output
8. Timezone Mode
Timezone On/Off
Only @ T&A mode
Mifare / HID / EM type
Reader = Card Number
Terminal = Terminal ID
Menu : Network, Info., Factory
5.Network
6.Information
7.Factory
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1. Terminal ID
Set Terminal ID
2. TCP/IP
Set TCP/IP info.
3. N/W Timeout
Network Timeout
4. Port Setting
Port Setting
1. # of User
Read Number of User
2. F/W version
Read F/W version
1. DB Format
User Data Format
2. Factory Format
Terminal Initialize
3. FP number
FP number per user
4. ID Length
Set ID Length
5. Reset Term
Cold Reset Terminal
DHCP setting
Terminal IP, Server IP
Subnet Mask, Gateway IP
Option data, Log data remains.
Not Deleted
This is FIXED option.
Cannot be changed once user
registered.
Specification
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CPU : 32bit / 200MHz
Memory : 8MB Flash
Display : 128x32 Graphic LCD (Black&White)
Sensor : OPP06 Optical Sensor, 500DPI (auto-ON, LFD) (only for Standard)
Authentication Mode : Password, RF Card(HID/Mifare/EM)
Template capacity : 1Finger 1,000 users & 2Finger 500 users(for Standard), 5,000
users (for RC/MC)
Log capacity : 20,000 logs
Communication : TCP/IP, RS485, Wiegand(26/34 bits)
Output Relay : Deadbolt, EM Lock, Door Strike, Automatic Door
Operating Temperature : -20 ~ 60℃ Operation
Humidity : 10 ~ 90 %
Certification : CE, FCC
Size : 77(W) x 178(L) x 50(D) mm
Troubleshooting
<If RF card authentication fails>
Check your RF card type matches with the RF option of Terminal.
<If network connection cannot be established>
Check if the network setting is correct.
Check the TCP/IP setting.
① IP address of the server where AccessManager Professional is installed.
② The server and the terminal must use the same port.
④ Related settings if DHCP is not used.
Synchronize the terminal and the server settings.
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Troubleshooting
<If fingerprint authentication takes too long>
If the terminal uses 1:N authentication in network mode, server overload may occur,
resulting in slow authentication and recognition. In this case, a dedicated server
should be used.
Check if the finger and the sensor are clean. Clean the finger and the sensor. If the
user’s finger is hurt, the user must register another fingerprint.
If the fingerprint is not clean, lower the security level of the user and use the 1:1
authentication method.
Input the user’s ID in 1:1 mode and check if the user exists.
<If fingerprint is not registered>
If the finger is too dry or humid, fingerprint image quality may be poor and may not
register. Dry or moisturize the finger before registering the fingerprint.
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Troubleshooting
<If the door does not open after authentication>
Check the time period during which access is allowed.
Check JP1 jumper status is correct. (refer to install guide)
<If users cannot be registered>
In default configuration, this product operates in network mode which requires a
proper network connection for user registration. Check the network connection, or
disable network mode to not use the network.
<If the product is unstable or does not function>
In the terminal by selecting “Menu” Æ “Reset” menu.
Restart the server if the server management program is in use.
If the terminal buttons do not function, restart the terminal by pushing external reset
button located right side of terminal.
If the problem remains after the above actions are taken, contact the Customer
Support Team
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Information to the user, 15.105(a)
For Class A digital device
INFORMATION TO THE USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his own expense.
WARNING (Part 15.21)
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment
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