Synergy Product Manual.book

Synergy Product Manual.book
SY-780A
SYNERGY
Product Manual
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SY-780A
5/29/11. Part no 650750 Cataloge number SYnergy-222-01
All rights reserved.
to Synel Industries Ltd. Reproduction or use, without
express permission of editorial or pictorial content, in any manner is
prohibited. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. While every precaution has been taken in the
preparation of this manual, Synel Industries Ltd. assumes no responsibility
for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting
from the use of the information contained herein. Pictures in this manual are
for illustration purposes only. SYnergy is a trademark of Synel Industries Ltd.
All trade names referenced herein are either trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
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Table of Contents
Introduction 3
Technical Specifications 4
Additional Technical and Interface Specifications 6
Options 6
Physical characteristics 7
Power Requirements 7
Environment 8
Communication and configurations 8
Communication parameters 8
Multiple terminal configuration 8
Point to point configuration 8
Network connections 8
Function configuration 8
Apparatus 9
Front panel 9
Side USB socket 10
Bottom connection sockets 10
Unpacking 12
Installation 13
Selecting the Terminal Location 13
Terminal Wall Mounting 14
Communication connections 15
Setting up the Terminal (Technician Mode) 16
Navigating between menus 16
Operation 16
Host Computer Interfacing 18
Maintenance 20
Do’s and Don’ts 20
Terminal Maintenance 21
Once a month 21
Every six months 22
Writing Your Custom Demo Application 25
Demo Application 26
General 26
User Interfaces 26
Communications 28
Demo Application Scenario 30
Configuration Properties for the Synergy Clock Application 31
SYnergy Software 35
Installation 35
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General 35
User Interfaces 35
Communications 37
Demo Application Scenario 39
Configuration Properties for the Synergy Clock Application 40
SYnergy Configuration Module 43
Setting up the terminal 43
Building a terminal project 43
Defining Input Sources 44
Defining a function key step 44
Transaction Format 45
Scheduler 47
Finalizing your project 47
Changing project configuration 47
Sending Synergy Project File to the Terminal 47
Connectors and Jumpers 51
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Introduction
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1. Introduction
The SYnergy terminal is Synel's latest Linuxbased fingerprint biometric terminal, which
combines a graphic color screen with
technologically advanced features for all your
time & attendance and access control
applications.
The SYnergy is compact in size and
attractively designed, and is also equipped
with a built in camera and a speaker for
generating various sound effects such as alert
notifications, report confirmation / rejection
and other actions and events indications.
SYnergy can be linked to a variety of networks
in your organization to complement the
management information systems that are
already in place.
This terminal is integrative of Attendance Check and door-locking. The
terminals have a patent appearance design, special wall-hanging structure,
and neatly configured multi-identification functions.
In addition it has a unique photo-taking function for attendance checking
using a 1.30 M pixel color camera the photos the user at attendance check.
Personal color photo, Personal information and identification time are
displayed on the screen and it effectively prevent fungible attendance check.
The terminals are easily and quickly operated.
SYnergy also contains accessory functions, like Multi-media Display, Chime at
every hour, and Personal Birthday greeting, etc.
SYnergy uses standard TCP/IP networking protocol, and support Memory
Stick data transferring and saving, which is convenient for using it in offline
area. It can be used as separate device and is also good for online service.
Memory space can be dynamically distributed and extended.
SYnergy is designed for many kinds of different size companies and supports
different types of identification, like EM, M1, Fingerprint, etc.
SYnergy is offered with a variety of reader options, and supports 3,000
fingerprint templates (standard configuration.)for identification or verification
purposes, with fast 1:1 and 1:N matching speed.
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2. Technical Specifications
The following table displays the technical specifications for SYnergy
Operating system
High speed processor
Identification Unit
FP template size
Registered FP Capability
Advanced Linux embedded OS
ARM 9 - 200 MHz
Optical fingerprint (FP) sensor
1404 Byte
3000 FP; Max. up to 10 FP per employee,
10,000 FP (optional)
FP Register
3 times
Fake Identification Rate
< 0.001% / < 0.1%
Identification Speed
RF card identification < 0.2 sec. /
FP Identification < 1 Sec
Attendance Record (with
[1 MB memory can store 140 employees]
photo)
52 MB memory space can store 7280 employees
Attendance Record (with
[1 MB memory can store 100 employees]
photo&2 FP/employee)
52 MB memory space can store 7280 employees
Attendance Record
52MB memory space can store 676,000 employees
Identification Features
FP, PIN, FP + PIN, card + FP, camera + FP
Readers
Proximity, Mifare reader only, Mifare R/W, Magnetic
Track I, II, Barcode code 39/25/128
Memory
64MB SDRAM/Flash
Display
3.5" color TFT LCD; 320x240 pixels
Data Transmission Protocols TCP/IP / HTTP/HTTPS, RS485/232, USB
Network Interface
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
External reader
Wiegand - 26, 34, 37 bit
2XUSB 1.1
Host1 - Used to connect internal Camera
Host2 - Used to connect external disc on key (for
Upload/Download files)
SD-card
Supports 1GB Micro SD Cards.
Power
* External AC/DC adaptor :
100-240VAC~50/60Hz=>
10Watt-5VDC/2A
* Optional POE-802.3af Standard
(Power over data and spare lines)
Environment
Temperature: 0o-50o Humidity: 10%-90%
Physical Dimensions
210x145x48(mm); Wall-hanging install
Camera
1.3 M pixels color camera
Output
1 Relay
Input
1 Input
Sound
Voice Notice, birthday well-wishing,
hour strike, alarm
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Multi-media Function
Keyboard
Back up battery RTC
Back up battery for
operation
Coupon Printer
CE/TUV/FCC and ROHS
Standards Approval
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Advertisement page broadcast, background music,
MPEG files
6 programmable function keys,
10 alphanumeric keys, menu key
3 years
120 minutes
Supported
Yes
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2.1 Additional Technical and
Interface Specifications
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3.5" TFT Color LCD with back light display
Rechargeable backup battery (five years capacity) for Real Time clock
RS-232 and RS-485 communication
One relay for bell, door control etc
Variable baud rate-9600~115200 bps
Printer support
2.1.1 Options
Fingerprint reader
Smack Finger V3.0 (optical sensor)
Model
Module format
File name
Image dimention
FP data size pre 1FP
Internal database capacity
Speed
Accuracy
OPTICAL V 2.4
Shared Library
fp.so
256 pixel(W)x256 pixel(H) 403 dpi
1404 Bytes
10,000 fingerprints
Exact time
<250ms
10000fp search time
<500ms
Total time
<0.75s
FRR
<0.1%
FAR
<0.0001%
Reader types
• Proximity (125 KHz)
• Mifare (13.56MHZ) Read only
• Mifare (13.56MHZ) Read / Write
Net connection
• Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-T OR AUI)
• Optional POE-802.3af standard (Power over data and spare lines)
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2.1.2 Physical characteristics
Height 146mm
Front view
Width 210mm
Side view
Depth 55mm
Turn the cover to
reveal the USB socket.
Bottom view
GPI/O1 | RS323/485 | Wiegand2 | Priner |Ethernet| Modem3 |Power
1- GPI/O - PIN no. 1 is on the most right side and PIN no. 6 on the most left
side. For more information see “I/O- RJ- 11 (6 Pin)” on page 52
2- Wiegand input
3- Modem is not yet available
2.1.3 Power Requirements
• External AC/DC switching adapter, DC 100-240/Volt -> 10Watt-5V/2ABack-up
battery-rechargeable included
• POE-802.3af (power over data and spare lines)
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2.1.4 Environment
Temperature: 0 - 50o C
Humidity: 10% - 90%
2.1.5 Communication and configurations
2.1.5.1Communication parameters
Communication between the host and terminals is performed under an
asynchronous mode. The baud rate is programmable, enabling rates from
9600 to 115000 bps.
2.1.5.2Multiple terminal configuration
RS-485 communication enables you to connect up to 32 terminals to a single
COM port and/or to extend the cabling distance to up to 1,000 meters (3,280
feet) using 9600 baud via an RS-485 multi-drop line. RS-485 communication
uses two wires as opposed to RS-422 communication, which uses four wires.
2.1.5.3Point to point configuration
A single terminal, equipped with RS-232 communications, can be connected
directly to an asynchronous RS-232 port. If RS-232 communication is used,
only one terminal may be connected to each COM port and cabling distances
should not exceed 50 meters (160ft).
2.1.5.4Network connections
The terminal can be connected to one of the following communication
networks:
Ethernet - For this type of communication, an IP address is defined for each
terminal, enabling communication with each terminal in TCP/IP protocol.
GPRS (N/A) - For this type of communication, one SIM card with available
GPRS service must be inserted into the terminal.
2.1.5.5Function configuration
Enter corresponding menus and set functions you want.the terminal will be
work.
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3. Apparatus
This terminal series is enclosed in a rugged plastic molded casing and is
secured to the wall using four screws and a removable panel.
3.1 Front panel
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
In the left side of unit, there are two programmable LED indicator light
with different colors. The function can be defined by the user.
A3.5" TFT LCD screen
The speaker is located to the right of the display. A terminal with an
audio decoder chip can play files in MP3 format. The volume can be
adjusted. Additionally, a company can play custom sounds according to
preferences.
A camera with a wide visible angle can be used for monitoring or
photographing employees.
A Biometric fingerprint reader located below camera, supports
3000~10000 fingerprints.
Magnetic/bar code card reader (located on the right side of terminal)
Internal proximity reader indication.
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Function keys are located on the left, below the display. F1~F4 keys are
programmable.
F1 is also used as the power button of the terminal. IN and OUT keys are
two special function keys.
A numerical keyboard of sixteen keys, including Enter, Escape, and
arrow keys, is located below function keys. They are mainly used for
menu operation, input etc.
3.1 Side USB socket
The bottom of the terminal contains a connection socket for connecting a USB
cable.
Turn the socket cover to reveal the USB socket.
3.2 Bottom connection sockets
The bottom of the terminal contains connections sockets for external
connections.
GPI/O1 | RS323/485 | Wiegand2 | Priner |Ethernet| Modem3 |Power
1- GPI/O - PIN no. 1 is on the most right side and PIN no. 6 on the most left
side
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2- Wiegand input
3- Modem is not yet available
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4. Unpacking
Check the box and contents for signs of damage that may have occurred during
shipment. Do not throw away the box or any of the packing materials.
Contents
The terminal package contains:
Terminal
Phillips flat head 4x50 mm screws &
anchors
(3 x brick/cement 3 x plaster walls)
or
Power Supply cable 110V~240V AC
INPUT DC5V OUTPUT CE standard Connecting/splitter box (included only
when network communication is not
or UL standard
available)
Mounting pannel
User guide on CD
Short RS-232/485 communication cable
(included only when network
communication is not available)
Short TCP/IP communication bridge
cable (included only when network
communication is available)
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5. Installation
5.1 Selecting the
Terminal Location
General Considerations
• The terminal should be placed near an easily accessible
power outlet.
• Make sure that there is enough space around the terminal for the communication
cabling.
• Do not place the communication cable near a source of electromagnetic radiation
or radio interference such as power lines, large machinery, etc.
• If the communication cable is to be wired through the wall, make sure that it is
safe to drill a hole at the desired location.
• For best usability the terminal should be mounted at employee eye level. The
recommended height is 140 cm (4’7”).
GPRS Considerations (N/A)
When selecting a place to install a terminal with wireless network
communication (GPRS) you need to consider environmental factors that
effect the connection. To find the optimal location:
• Do not install the machine in a strong electromagnetic environment where the RF
signal can be effected.
• Avoid locations where the transmission may be blocked by metal obstacles.
• It is best to place the terminal where no high or large buildings are located
nearby.
• Do not install the terminal in a location where people gather and linger since they,
too, block the connection and also as to not expose them to radiation.
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5.2 Terminal Wall Mounting
Make sure the unit is not plugged into a power source.
If you have already connected your terminal to a PC, disconnect it.
You can reconnect it after you have completed mounting the unit.
The terminal contains computer components. It should not be
mounted where it will be exposed to extreme heat or cold, water,
steam, violent vibrations, high electromagnetic radiation including
high voltage power lines and electrical equipment.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select a location for the terminal following guidelines specified above.
Remove the back mounting panel, if it is connected to the terminal.
A - Screw holes - for screwing the mounting panel in place.
B - Entrance for cables wired from the wall.
C - Entrance for cable entering terminal from below.
Prepare the wall for mounting by placing the panel on the wall as a
template and mark the place for drilling the holes (A).
Drill holes using a 6 mm. (1/4”) drill bit.
Live wires in the vicinity may contain 115V or 220V.
Make sure not to drill into any live electric wires. Overlooking this
warning may result in harmful contact with an electrical current.
5.
6.
7.
Position the panel so that all of the wires are in place and screw the
panel to the wall.
Wire all of the cables through the mounting panel and position the
electric socket in it’s place in the mounting panel.
Connect the communication cables to the terminal.
Plug one end of the communication cable into the communication socket
of the terminal. If an internal modem has been added and the modem is
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used, plug the RJ-45 connector of a standard telephone cable into the
telephone line. Do not use the communication cable.
Slide the terminal into place.
5.1 Communication connections
1.
2.
3.
Select a location for the connection box.
The box must be positioned where both the communication line and the
terminal can be connected to it. The terminal should be placed near the
connection box, and must be within the reach of the short RJ45 cable.
Plug the communication cable from the terminal into the connection box.
Wire an additional connection for Ethernet.
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6. Setting up the Terminal
(Technician Mode)
The terminal could be configured when editing & resetting the xml elements of the
"properties.xml" configuration file , this file can later be uploaded to the terminal by
using USB-memory, FTP-server or SY-NetServer. The file should be sent to the
following path: //Arm/Synergy/
Changes will take effect in this option only after reset is performed.
6.1
Navigating between menus
Technicain mode enables setting up almost all of the terminal settings. For additional
information about Menu specifications refer to “Setup Menu” on page 24
To enter Technician mode you can either:
• Enter access code (1234 by default).
• Enter access code set as described in “Setup Menu” on page 24
Use the
key to scroll between screens,
Use the line
keys or number keys for moving between options within the
selected screen.
To return to the previous screen use the
key.
To exit technician mode quit main interface.
6.2
Operation
Setup Menu
The terminal cloud be configured also directly at the terminal by using the
configuration Keypad- menu .
The configuration menu contains a variety of sub menus, all of which have their own
distinct functions.
The default keypad code for accessing the configuration menu is “1234”.it cloud be
changed by setting the properties.xml
Below is a sitemap of the configuration menu:
MAIN MENU
1-SET DATE & TIME
2-COMUNICATION
3-FINGER PRINT
4-INFORMATIONS
SET DATE & TIME
1-SET TIME
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2-SET DATE
The date/time configuration menu allows the programming of the terminal date and
time. Once this option has been selected, the terminal will prompt for a time entry.
The time format is always HH:MM:SS. Once the time has been entered, the terminal
will prompt for date entry. The date format is always YYYY-MM-DD.
COMMUNICATION
1-ETHERNET
1-MANUALLY
2-DCHP
The manual configuration menu allows users to configure the network settings
according to their own specifications => IP Address/Net Mask/Gateway Address.
Selecting DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) will prompt the terminal to
automatically select and configure its own network settings.
Both settings can later be verified in the main menu under the sub menu
INFRMATOIN.
FINGERPRINT
1-Enroll
2-Verification
3-Identification
4 -Get Templates Count
The Fingerprint utility is used for managing the terminal fingerprint unit.
Enroll
Enroll a fingerprint template.
Verification
Set the terminal to verify mode if the entered (User-ID , Card, Pin number) actually
matching
the fingerprint which putted at the same time on the FP-Sensor.
Identification
Set the terminal to identify the finger which putted at the same time on the FPSensor.
Get Templates Count
Return total templates No. of the finger print data base.
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Host Computer Interfacing
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7. Host Computer
Interfacing
There are a number of different standard communication channels.
The data collection terminal can be connected to the host computer using
either an RS-232 or an RS-485 connection with an asynchronous serial port.
RS-232 is used for a single device with a point to point connection, for
distances up to 50 meters (160 ft).
RS-232 is the communication standard used by nearly all PCs and modems.
The cabling distance is limited to 50 meters (160 ft) and only one terminal
may be connected to the same COM port.
The RS-485 standard extends the potential cabling distance to 1,000 meters
(3,280 feet). Using 9600 baud enables multi-COM port connections. It uses
only two communication wires. The SY-65 communication adapter converts
RS-232 to RS-485.
Most computers use DTE type connectors on their RS-232
ports. The terminal is equipped with an RJ45 (telephone
jack) connector. Therefore, you will need a connection box
intermediating the terminal and the host.
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DIRECT (RS-232)/MULTI-DROP (RS-485) CONNECTION
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8. Maintenance
This section gives instructions for maintaining the terminal in good working
order.
The issues described are:
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Terminal Maintenance
Calibrating the Real Time Clock (RTC)
Formatting miniSD card
Clear terminal Flash
Fingerprint sensor cleaning and care
8.1 Do’s and Don’ts
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Install the unit indoor where the temperature can be controlled.
Keep the unit free of dust and water to avoid a short circuit.
Keep the unit away from magnetic objects and an intense magnetic field.
The person in charge of the unit at the company should have good
knowledge of the system.
Regularly back up the system so you do not lose your data if a problem
occurs.
Setting up more than 2 device managers makes it easier to co-operate and
organize the job.
If you need to repair the device, please contact the device supplier.
Use original power adapter, supplied with the unit.
The original power adapter has voltage-stabilizing and wave filtering
functions, which reduce the influence of power to device.
If you do need to format the disk, contact the supplier and backup the files.
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• Avoid installing the unit in a place of extreme temperature changes.
• Do not install other programs to the device without permission. It may
cause unpredictable problems.
• Do not open or repair the unit circuit if you are not certified to do so. You
may lose your data and seriously damage the unit.
• If the device has a camera, do not install the unit facing the door or
window. This may cause the photos to be over exposed. It is better to take
photographs where the light is dimmer.
• Do not scratch, hit or press the device with sharp or heavy objects as to
not damage the LCD screen, FP Reader and surface.
• Do not shake the device as this can cause damage to inside parts.
• Do not format the storage disk without consulting the supplier.
8.2 Terminal Maintenance
8.2.1 Once a month
Badge Readers
• Magnetic badge readers:
Use a special cleaning badge made of plastic with a polishing
paper (made of Al2O3, with a grain size of approximately 16
microns) attached to the part of the badge where it contacts
the magnetic head.
Swipe the badge once or twice. Excessive cleaning will result
in wearing out of the magnetic reader head.
• Clean the reader with a cleaning solution (such as pure
alcohol).
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8.2.2 Every six months
General
• Check and tighten the screws in the terminal such as the
screws holding the power cable to the CPU card.
• Verify that all components connected to the sockets are
well adjusted.
Card readers
• Magnetic badge readers:
Clean the reader with a cleaning solution (such as pure
alcohol).
Keypad and screen
• Keypad and screen:
Turn off the device, and clean the keypad and screen with a
rag or neutral detergent, then wipe dry.
Battery
• Backup battery:
Visually check the battery for leakage.
Clean all of the electrical contacts inside the terminal
with a contact cleaner.
• Check that the backup battery is in good condition:
1. Collect and clear all the data stored in the terminal.
2. Turn off the terminal.
3. Open the terminal.
4. Remove jumper J4.
5. Check the voltage of the memory back-up battery
and make sure it is between 2.8V and 4.2V.
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Camera lens
• Cleaning the camera lens:
If the lens is dusty the dust can be gently blown off.
Clean the display window with a pressure-sensitive adhesive
cloth.
Do not use water or detergent to clean the lens as it may be
damaged.
Dry the lens with a soft cloth.
Fingerprint sensor
A fingerprint sensor on the terminal is designed to provide
years of trouble-free service. Observance of a few basic
maintenance steps will help to ensure a high level of
performance over the sensors life span. Several types of
sensors exist, such as optical and silicon based like capacitance
or of RF technology. Each type of sensor requires a different
cleaning method. Make sure to use the proper cleaning method
for the sensor type in use.
• Cleaning the fingerprint sensor
After repeated use oily deposits from your finger accumulate on the surface
of the fingerprint sensor and these can inhibit the functionality of the sensor.
Scheduled cleaning:
It is recommended that you clean the sensor at least once a week, and also
whenever an oily residue is visible on its surface.
Use a clean cotton cloth or tissue paper dampened by water or window
cleaning solution to remove oily deposits.
• Caring for the Fingerprint Sensor.
• Do not place the fingerprint sensor close to a heat source, such
as a radiator or hot plate.
• Do not subject the fingerprint sensor to heavy shocks/
vibrations.
• Do not allow the sensor to come in contact with metallic objects.
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Conditions
The sensor can be stored in temperatures ranging from –650C to
+1500C, and can operate in temperatures ranging from 00C to +
600C.
Sensors should not be exposed to rain or excessive humidity. A
sensor can operate within a range of 5% to 95% humidity (noncondensed).
Other than for cleaning, as instructed above in Cleaning for
Fingerprint Sensors, do not bring the sensor in contact with
liquids.
Electric system
• Check the voltage of the UPS battery. If it has less than 7
volts, the batteries need to be changed.
• Visually check the battery for leakage.
• Clean all of the electrical contacts inside the terminal with a
contact cleaner.
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SYnergy Configuration Module
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Appendix A - SYnergy
Configuration Module
The SYnergy terminal is Synel's latest Linux-based fingerprint biometric terminal.
SYnergy uses standard TCP/IP networking protocol, and supports Memory Stick data
transferring and saving, which is convenient for using in offline mode. The SYnergy
configuration module enables configuration of the SYnergy terminal prompt and
input settings. It is a configurator that generates xml files to configure terminal
function keys. This is done by creating a programming project in which terminal
behaviour is determined when communicating with a reader/sensor.
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Setting up the terminal
Firstly the terminal’s programming files must be allocated and the application loaded
under: Setup | Default terminal settings.
Dir 1 is used for fixed definitions applicable to all terminals. Dir 2,3 etc are used for
terminal unique definitions.
Note:
If there is even one variation in congifuration from the common configuration, a
different programming file (i.e. Dir allocation) should be used.
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Building a terminal project
From the Maintenance menu choose the SYnergy Configuration Module, and
the configuration software opens.
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Each function is made up of steps. For each step the user needs to define operation
settings under the Prompt & Input tab. The corresponding validation output is
defined in the Validation tab.
Basic terms:
Step-
How the terminal reacts to each reporting step.
Transaction format- The data format to be used as user output.
Scheduler-
2.1
For defining when default function settings will be used.
Defining Input Sources
Define the input source type (or what reader/sensor/keyboard is used) - proximity,
fingerprint etc: the character limit, the location of validation (offset and length). Also
define padding character and direction (when the box is checked padding direction is
left).
Repeat for all used reader types.
2.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
Defining a function key step
Firstly you must click the function key to be defined on the lefthand tree.
Then check the Active checkbox in the Function Name row at the righthand top section of the screen.
Define number of steps and fill-in the function code.
Timeout- input waiting time for each step.
Note: Irrelevant for the first step.
Prompt & Input Definitions
Step 1.
Step 2.
Step 3.
Step 4.
Step 5.
Fill-in the text to be displayed on the terminal prompt.
Define the font size and color.
If an image is to be displayed (i.e. employee picture), the image path must start
as follows: //Arm/Synergy/Img/[Image file name].
Select the input/s the system is to expect (these are defined under Input on the
lefthand tree).
Define Data Save - make sure the data saved is within Number of Characters
range as per Input Source definitions for the selected input (previous step).
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Validation
Step 1.
Step 2.
Local checks are defined under ASCII file (other tabs are currently NA).
Check the Active checkbox if you wish to perform a validation. Now define
validation terms: fill-in the location of the authorized employees file in Synergy
terminal.
Note: Authorized employee list should be saved under: //Arm/Synergy/[Authorized
Employee file name].
Step 3.
Now define the data to be validated:
- key length - should be identical to the validation length defined under Input
Source for the relevant reader.
- offset - location of the key in the validation file record.
- record length - total length of record.
Define a failed and an OK scenario for the check (same definition sets):
Step 4.
Step 5.
Step 6.
Step 7.
Define the prompt message to be displayed, font size, picture, and an audio
indication.
Define the relay reaction: Set/Reset/Pulse, and for how long (No. of MSec.).
Define a green led for the OK scenario and a red led for the failed scenario.
Under Camera define if the user’s picture should be taken and where to save it
(only the folder name) //Arm/Synergy/[Folder Name]/ [User-ID (Data Save)-YYMM-DD-HH-MM].
Note: It is possible to copy a step by right-clicking the mouse on that step.
2.3
Transaction Format
The transaction screen is comprised of a table for defining transaction format. See
screen below.
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HeaderCodeDateTimeDatastepDatastepsConstant-
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Fill-in a header value. For conformity, you can use the standard Synel header format.
Open a code row and the application will use the already defined function code.
Choose only one of the formats defined under the Date.xml file.
Choose only one of the formats defined under the Time.xml file.
The designated function step positions based on the defined Datasteps. Define also offset
and length.
Note: It is mandatory to define total function step positions. Define also offset and length.
A separator or any other constant. Fill-in an identical value for all constants defined.
Define also offset and length.
For each transaction field do the following:
Step 1.
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Step 7.
Mandatory: Manually fill-in the row numbers (the No. column). The row number
determines order of appearance in the transaction.
Fill-in the value for Value and Header fields.
Fill-in Offset (where to start reading data relative to start of transaction string).
Fill-in the Length: how many characters are to be read from offset point onwards.
Choose data format for Date & Time.
Save transaction to ASCII file (Transactions will be saved in separate files or all in
one file depending on the T&As software used).
To add a row click the plus button.
All fields comprise the full transaction.
Below please find outlined the format coding of date and time field types:
Specifier Replaced by
%a
%A
%b
%B
%c
%d
%H
%I
%j
%m
%M
%p
%S
%U
%w
%W
%x
%X
%y
%Y
%Z
%%
Abbreviated weekday name *
Full weekday name *
Abbreviated month name *
Full month name *
Date and time representation *
Example
Thu
Thursday
Aug
August
Thu Aug 23 14:55:02
2001
Day of the month (01-31)
23
Hour in 24h format (00-23)
14
Hour in 12h format (01-12)
02
Day of the year (001-366)
235
Month as a decimal number (01-12)
08
Minute (00-59)
55
AM or PM designation
PM
Second (00-61)
02
Week number with the first Sunday as the first day of week 33
one (00-53)
Weekday as a decimal number with Sunday as 0 (0-6)
4
Week number with the first Monday as the first day of week 34
one (00-53)
Date representation *
08/23/01
Time representation *
14:55:02
Year, last two digits (00-99)
01
Year
2001
Timezone name or abbreviation
CDT
A % sign
%
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* The specifiers whose description is marked with an asterisk (*) are localedependent.
2.4
Scheduler
For determining function default settings according to specified time ranges; it is
possible to define up to 3 time ranges.
For any other time during the day that is not included in the specified time ranges,
the function key may be disabled or enabled.
2.5
Finalizing your project
Click Project | Save to save the project. A *.wsp file will be created as well as a
Dir2 file bearing the project name. This file will later be uploaded to the terminal by
SYServer/SYncomm.
On the lefthand side of the screen under XML Project fill-in: AppProperties. This will
be your project file name.
3
Changing project configuration
An old project can be changed and redefined. It must be loaded (Project | Load)
changed and saved.
4
Sending Synergy Project File to the Terminal
Now that the project configuration has been completed it should be sent to the
terminal. After you have configured the terminal, define how data is to be
transferred beteen terminal and host (SY-NetServer).
Step 1.
Step 2.
Step 3.
Under Setup | General | Operating Mode, choose SYncomm.
Currently Synergy’s port is fixed to 3350 - set this port under Terminals in the
terminal’s settings for every Synergy terminal.
Either go to Default Terminal Settings | SYnergy tab, if setup for all terminals
is identical, or uncheck Default Settings for Data check box, and Default
Settings for Programming check box and perform the following definitions per
terminal, under Terminals.
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Data Files
Click the browse button to browse to the location for the data definitions file. All
will be saved under this
destination and source location definitions defined under
file name. See an example of a file name in the path below:
To define transaction file location in Synergy and transaction file location in
SYncomm, click the
button, the following screen appears:
Step 1.
Note:
Step
Step
Step
Step
2.
3.
4.
5.
Step 6.
To add a file location (destination) in the PC fill-in the path of the relevant *.dat
file as well as the Synergy file location (source). Make sure the source file is
located under: //Arm/Synergy[FileName.dat].
Same file path as indicated in Synergy under Transaction Format section | Save
Transaction To....
Click Save.
Check the Append Mode check box so that old files are not overwritten.
Check the Delete After Operation check box to move (not copy) source file.
Synergy saves a file per transaction, therefore all source locations and destination
locations are to be defined.
Therefore, repeat steps 1-4 for any relevant transaction files.
In the Backup in PC column fill-in the path. To maintain compatibility with Synel
backup file format, it is possible to add after the path: @IP@DD@MM@YY.@NNN.
(IP = terminal IP, NNN = terminal no. in SYServer). See example below:
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Step 7.
Click Save.
Programming Files
Dir1Dir2Dir3-
Main Synergy application path.
Application project generated in Synergy Configuration Module (AppProperties.xml) path.
Each path of all authorized employee/validation tables defined in your Synergy project (Step |
Validation | File).
Step 1.
To define programming file location in Synergy and programming file location in
Step 2.
Note:
Step
Step
Step
Step
3.
4.
5.
6.
Step 7.
SYncomm, click the
button.
To add a file location (destination) in the Synergy fill-in the file name manually
and make sure the destination file is located under: //Arm/
Synergy[FileName.rdy].
Also fill-in the relevant *.rdy PC (source) file location.
Same file path as indicated in Synergy under Step | Validation | File.
Click Save.
Leave the Append Mode check box unchecked so that old files are overwritten.
Leave the Delete After Operation check box unchecked to copy the source file.
In Dir 3 : Synergy checks all validation files used in the project, therefore all their
source locations and destination locations should be defined without exceptions.
Thus, repeat steps 1-4 for any relevant Dir 3 programming files.
Click Save.
To finalize the procedure:
Step 1.
Step 2.
Return to the main screen and define: //Arm/Synergy/Finger as a path for
fingerprint templates under Template Directory in Terminal.
Go to the File menu and select Save.
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Now the Synergy terminal is configured in SYServer and you can perform some of
the activities offered by SYNcomm - see marked with a black rectangle in the screen
below:
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Appendix B Connectors and Jumpers
PC communication - RJ-45 (8 pin) with LED indicator
Serial Communication with PC
Yellow led is an indication for TXD of terminal
Green led is an indication for RXD of terminal
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Signal
NC
RS-485 (-TRX)
RS-485 (+TRX)
GND
RS – 232 (TXD)
Value
0-5 Volt
0-5 Volt
6
RS – 232 (RXD)
-/+15Vdc
-/+15Vdc
Remarks
Standard RS-232
levels
Standard RS-232
levels
7/8
Printer - RJ- 11 (6 Pin)
Secondary serial communication channel for printer.
Pin
1
2
3
Signal
NC
GND
CTS
4
RS - 232 TXD
5
RS - 232 RXD
6
VCC
Value
Remarks
-/+15Vdc Standard Printer busy
RS-232 levels
-/+15Vdc Standard Printer
RS-232 levels
-/+15Vdc Standard Printer
RS-232 levels
5 volt
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I/O- RJ- 11 (6 Pin)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
Value
Remarks
Input
GND
GND
Relay
Relay
Relay
COM
NC
NO
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