2.4 Inch TFT Terminal Installation Guide V1.0

2.4 Inch TFT Terminal Installation Guide V1.0
INSTALLATION GUIDE
2.4 Inch TFT Terminal
Time Attendance & Access Control
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Optional accessories
Safety Precautions
The following precautions are to keep user s safe and prevent any damage.
Please read carefully before installation
Do not install the device in a place subject to direct sun
light, humidity, dust or soot.
Wiegand Card Reader
Prox Card
Do not place a magnet near the product. Magnetic objects
such as magnet, CRT, TV, monitor or speaker may damage
the device.
Do not place the device next to heating equipment.
Be careful not to let liquid like water, drinks or chemicals
leak inside the device.
Do not let children touch the device without supervision.
FR1200 FP Reader
K1-1 Exit Button
Do not drop or damage the device.
Do not disassemble, repair or alter the device.
Do not use the device for any other purpose than speci ed.
Door Lock
Door Sensor
Clean the device often to remove dust on it. In cleaning, do
not splash water on the device but wipe it out with smooth
cloth or towel.
Contact your supplier in case of a problem.
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Product PIN Diagram
8 pin Cable connectors
RS485
RS232
Wiegand Out
Camera
4 pin Cable connectors Ethernet (TCP/IP)
2.4-Inch
TFT LCD
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}
WD0
}
WD1
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
}
TXD
RXD
GND
Wiegand In Power Out
Beep, LED
Wiegand In
Power Out
2 pin Cable connectors
Power In
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
BELLAUX
}
GND
Power In
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
Ethernet
Lock
SEN
BELL+
485B
RS232 Wiegand Output
BUT
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
NO1
GND
RS485
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}
}
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Keypad
USB Storage
Device Port
Reset Button
AL+
COM1
7 pin Cable connectors
GND
+12V
12pin Cable connectors
Doorbell &
LED Indicator
Fingerprint
Sensor &
Card Reader
Alarm
Lock
Exit Button
Door Sensor
Doorbell
Auxiliary In
Tamper alarm button
Speaker
}
}
}
WD0
}
}
WD1
}
GND
RLED
IWD1
}
SEN
BELL+
RXD
BEEP
GLED
Ethernet
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
BELLAUX
}
GND
Power In
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
BUT
GND
TXD
Wiegand In Power Out
NO1
GND
485A
Output
NC1
COM1
485B
RS232 Wiegand Output
Lock
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}
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AL-
RS485
Alarm
Security Screw holes (for securing
the device onto the back plate)
AL+
GND
+12V
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Product Dimension
Cables and Connectors
Digital input and Relay output
1
7.34in
(186.5mm)
8.07in
(205mm)
12
Wiegand output and RS485
3.39in
(86mm)
1.78in
(45.1mm)
3.0in
(76.1mm)
1
8
Wiegand input and Power out
1
7
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DESCRIPTION
AL+
ALNC1
COM1
NO1
BUT
GND
SEN
BELL+
BELLGND
Aux
WIRE
Red
Black
Gray
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Orange
Green
Purble
Brown
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
485B
485A
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
WIRE
Yellow
Blue
Black
Purple
Gray
Black
White
Green
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DESCRIPTION
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
IWD0
GND
+12V
WIRE
Brown
Gray
Blue
Green
White
Black
Red
PIN
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
WIRE
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
Alarm
Lock
Exit Button
Door Sensor
Doorbell
Auxiliary In
RS485
RS232
Wiegand Out
Beep
LED
Wiegand Input
Power Out
Ethernet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
4
Power
1
2
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RJ 45
PIN DESCRIPTION WIRE
Black
1 GND
Red
2 +12V
TCP/IP
Power In
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Mounting the device onto the Wall
Power Connection
Fix the back plate onto the wall using wall mounting screws
}
}
}
}
WD1
WD0
}
TXD
RXD
GND
}
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
}
BELL-
Power In
GND
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
}
Lock
485B
Wiegand In Power Out
BUT
SEN
RS232 Wiegand Output
NO1
GND
Ethernet
ALNC1
BELL+
Output
Alarm
AL+
COM1
RS485
}
}
}
}
We recommend drilling the mounting plate screws
into solid wood (i.e. stud/beam). If a stud/beam
cannot be found, then use the supplied drywall
plastic mollies (anchors).
Without UPS
AUX
1
2
GND
+12V
GND
12V DC
12V DC Adaptor
With UPS (Optional)
}
}
}
}
WD1
WD0
}
TXD
RXD
GND
}
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
}
BELL-
AUX
Power In
GND
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
}
Lock
485B
Wiegand In Power Out
BUT
SEN
RS232 Wiegand Output
NO1
GND
Ethernet
ALNC1
BELL+
Output
Alarm
AL+
COM1
RS485
1
1
2
GND
+12V
GND
}
}
}
}
12V DC
12V DC Adaptor
2
Recommended power supply
Inserting the device to backplate
Use security screws to fasten the device to back plate
12V ± 10%, at least 500mA.
To share the power with other devices, use a power supply with higher
current ratings
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Ethernet Connection
LAN Connection
Direct Connection
1
1
4
4
}
}
}
BUT
SEN
}
}
NO1
GND
GND
485A
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
}
BELL+
}
ALNC1
COM1
}
GLED
RLED
IWD1
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
BELLGND
AUX
GND
+12V
Network Cable Adaptor
}
}
}
}
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Network Cable Adaptor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
}
}
}
}
}
+12V
Power In
GND
}
GND
+12V
BEEP
}
RJ45-1
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
RJ45-2
IWD0
Lock
IWD1
Wiegand In Power Out
RLED
RS232 Wiegand Output
}
}
}
}
}
AUX
Power In
GND
485B
Ethernet
GLED
BELL-
AL+
Output
WD1
WD0
Alarm
TXD
RXD
GND
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RS485
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
BEEP
Ethernet
Lock
BUT
SEN
Wiegand In Power Out
NO1
GND
RS232 Wiegand Output
BELL+
485B
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
COM1
RS485
AL+
RJ 45
RJ 45
Ethernet Cable
Ethernet Cable
PIN
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
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WIRE
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
PIN
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
WIRE
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
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}
}
}
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RS485 Connection
PC Connection
RS485 B
RS485 A
GND
1
}
}
}
}
}
WD1
WD0
}
TXD
RXD
GND
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
}
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
}
BELL-
AUX
Power In
GND
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
Ethernet
Lock
485B
Wiegand In Power Out
BUT
SEN
RS232 Wiegand Output
NO1
GND
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
BELL+
RS485
AL+
COM1
GND
+12V
}
}
}
}
8
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
485B
485A
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
WIRE
Yellow
Blue
Black
Purple
Gray
Black
White
Green
Do not use
RS
485
#1 ProCapture
#2 ProCapture
#63 ProCapture
Incorrect RS 485 connections
Important Notes:
RS
#2 ProCapture
#63 ProCapture
RS
485A
485B
GND
485A
485B
GND
RS485 B
RS485 A
GND
485A
485B
GND
x
PC
PC
PC
485
#1 ProCapture
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485A
485B
GND
PC
#1 ProCapture
3. Adjust the communication speed as needed. The signal quality vary depending on wiring conditions, and it maybe necessary to lower the baudrates.
4. The GND Signal may be omitted if and only if the GND potential di erence
is less than ±5V
PC
485
1. RS485 communication wires should be a shielded and twisted pair cable.
2. RS485 communication wires should be connected in a bus cascade instead
of a star form, to achieve a better shielding e ect by reducing signal re ection during communications.
485A
485B
GND
RS485 B
RS485 A
GND
485A
485B
GND
x
#2 ProCapture
#63 ProCapture
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RS485 Connection
FR1200 Connection
WIRE
Brown
Gray
Blue
Green
White
Black
Red
Do not use
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
485B
485A
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
WIRE
Yellow
Blue
Black
Purple
Gray
Black
White
Green
Select > Comm
Select > Serial Comm
Select > RS232/485
Change > RS485 to (master unit)
7
DESCRIPTION
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
IWD0
GND
+12V
1
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
System Settings
1
}
}
}
}
}
WD1
WD0
}
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
}
BELL-
AUX
Power In
GND
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
TXD
RXD
GND
}
Lock
GND
485A
Wiegand In Power Out
485B
RS232 Wiegand Output
BUT
SEN
Ethernet
NO1
GND
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
BELL+
RS485
AL+
COM1
GND
+12V
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}
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DIP Settings
1. There are six DIP switches on the back of FR1200, switches 1-4 is for
RS485 address, switch 5 is reserved, switch 6 is for reducing noise on
long RS485 cable.
2. If FR1200 is powered from ProCapture terminal, the length of wire
should be less than 100 meters or 330 ft.
2008 FC R0HS
3. If the cable length is more than 200 meters or 600 ft., the number 6
switch should be ON as below
ON
ON
Distance: More than 200 meters
FR1200
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Lock Relay Connection
Device does not Share Power With The Lock
Device Shares Power With The Lock
1
1
1
}
}
}
BUT
SEN
485B
}
}
NO1
GND
GND
485A
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
}
ALNC1
BELL+
}
AL+
COM1
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
GND
AUX
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
7
RJ45-1
IWD0
GND
+12V
GND
+12V
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
12
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DESCRIPTION
AL+
ALNC1
COM1
NO1
BUT
GND
SEN
BELL+
BELLGND
Aux
WIRE
Red
Black
Gray
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Orange
Green
Purble
Brown
12V DC
BELL-
Power In
+12V
Ethernet
GND
Wiegand In Power Out
12V DC Adaptor
RJ45-1
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
RJ45-2
GND
+12V
}
GND
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
IWD0
RS232 Wiegand Output
IWD1
Lock
RLED
}
BEEP
GLED
Power In
AUX
Output
WD1
WD0
Alarm
TXD
RXD
GND
BELLGND
COM1
RS485
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
Ethernet
Lock
485B
Wiegand In Power Out
BUT
SEN
RS232 Wiegand Output
NO1
GND
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
BELL+
RS485
AL+
COM1
12V DC
}
COM1
12
Sensor
GND
NC1
-
+
FR107
Diode
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DESCRIPTION
AL+
ALNC1
COM1
NO1
BUT
GND
SEN
BELL+
BELLGND
Aux
WIRE
Red
Black
Gray
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Orange
Green
Purble
Brown
Sensor GND
NC1
-
Do not use
Do not use
+
FR107
Diode
Normally Closed Lock
Notes:
1. The system supports NO LOCK and NC LOCK. For example the NO LOCK (normally open
at power on) is connected with 'NO1' and 'COM1' terminals, and the NC LOCK (normally close
at power on) is connected with 'NC1'and 'COM1' terminals.
2. When electrical lock is connected to the Access Control System, you must parallel one FR107
diode (equipped in the package) to prevent the self-inductance EMF a ecting the system.
Normally Closed Lock
! Do not reverse the polarities.
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Wiegand Output Connection
Standalone Installation
1
}
}
}
}
}
WD1
WD0
}
TXD
RXD
GND
BEEP
GLED
RLED
IWD1
}
RJ45-6
RJ45-3
RJ45-2
RJ45-1
8
IWD0
GND
+12V
}
BELL-
AUX
Power In
GND
}
}
Button Sensor Bell Auxiliary In
GND
485A
Ethernet
Lock
485B
Wiegand In Power Out
BUT
SEN
RS232 Wiegand Output
NO1
GND
Output
Alarm
ALNC1
BELL+
RS485
AL+
COM1
GND
+12V
IN
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
485B
485A
GND
TXD
RXD
GND
WD1
WD0
WIRE
Yellow
Blue
Black
Purple
Gray
Black
White
Green
RS232/485
Converter
RS485
Ethernet
ALARM
WD0
WD1
GND
Do not use
Sensor
2
PWR
EXT
RS485
GRD
No Touch
IN
EXIT
GND
AUX 1
AUX 2 AUX 3
IN
SWITCH
AUX4
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LAN
IN
GND
BEEP
GND
IN
GLED
GND
IN
GND
+12V
EXT
485+
WD1
GND
485-
WD0
SGND
NC
COM
NC
COM
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V
BEEP
SEN
COM
NC
COM
NC
GND

IN
GND
Doorbell
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
IN
GND
BEEP
GLED
WD1
WD0
GND
+12V
POWER
READER 2
+12V
GND
+12V
READER 4
V-
LOCK POWER
V+
WD0
BEEP
RUN
NO
LOCK4
GND
BUTTON 4
SEN
READER 3
NO
LOCK3
GND
BUTTON 3
SEN
Advanced Access Control
NC
WD1
+12V
CARD
COM
LOCK2
NO
GND
GLED
NC
GND
GND
READER 2
COM
IN
LOCK1
NO
+12V
BEEP
SEN
GND
GND
IN
PC
RS485
NC
ACT
GND
AUXOUT4
NO
RUN
GRD
AUXOUT3
NO
PWR
EXT
RS485
COM
AUXOUT2
NO
2
NC
STATE
COM
AUXOUT1
NO
Exit Button
485+
PC
485-
Lock
BUTTON 3
CARD
READER 3
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Third Party Controller
How Does ProCapture work
Wiegand Output Connection
Fingerprint must be registered rst
by any nger print reader
Fingerprint Database
Identi cation
Finger Registration
AUX 1
AUX 2 AUX 3
AUX4
STATE
BUTTON 1
READER 1
BUTTON
2
READER 2
BUTTON 3
READER 3
BUTTON 4
+12V
GND
WD0
WD1
GLED
BEEP
GND
IN
+12V
GND
WD0
WD1
GLED
BEEP
GND
IN
+12V
GND
WD0
WD1
GLED
BEEP
GND
IN
+12V
GND
WD0
WD1
GLED
BEEP
GND
IN
GRD
485+
EXT
ACT
RUN
485-
GND
PWR
+12V
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
Ethernet
READER 4
Event Log Stored
EXT
RS485
PC
RS485
CARD
RUN
Veri cation failed
POWER
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again !
Advanced Access Control
Veri cation
GND
+12V
V-
V+
NC
LOCK POWER
COM
NO
GND
SEN
LOCK4
NC
COM
NO
GND
SEN
LOCK3
NC
COM
NO
GND
SEN
LOCK2
NC
COM
NO
GND
LOCK1
SEN
NC
COM
AUXOUT4
NO
NC
COM
AUXOUT3
NO
NC
COM
AUXOUT2
NO
NC
COM
NO
AUXOUT1
SGND
PC
485-
SWITCH
485+
LAN
Granted
Wiegand
Output
Wiegand
Output
Wiegand
Output
Wiegand
Output
Thank You
Door Opens
Inside
Lock
READER 2
Outside
Lock
Inside
Outside
BUTTON 3
CARD
READER 3
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How to Place a Finger on Scanner
ZKTeco s ngerprint readers will give optimal results for ngerprint matching
if the following recommendations and suggestions are followed.
DO NOT place the nger in the following positions
Select a nger to enroll
It is recommended to use an index nger or
a middle nger.
Thumb, ring or little nger are relatively
di cult to place in the correct position
How to place a nger on a sensor
Place a nger such that it completely covers
the sensor area with maximum contact.
Place core of the ngerprint at the center of
the sensor. The core of a ngerprint is a center
where the spiral of ridges is dense. (Usually core
of ngerprint is the opposite side of the lower part
of a nail.)
Place a nger such that the bottom end of a nail is
located at the center of a sensor.
Upright
Skewed
Sideways
Partial
If a nger is placed
as shown on the left,
only a small area of
a nger is captured.
So it is recommended
to place a nger as
shown on page 21.
Tips for di erent ngerprint conditions
ZKTecos ngerprint products are designed to verify ngerprints with highest
security irrespective of the conditions of the skin of the nger. However, in case
a ngerprint is not read on the sensor, please refer to the followings tips.
 If a nger is stained with sweat or water, scan after wiping moisture o .
 If a nger is covered with dust or impurities, scan after wiping them o .
 If a nger is too dry, please blow some warm air from your mouth on the
nger tip.
Tips for ngerprint enrollment
In ngerprint recognition, enrollment process is very important. When enrolling a ngerprint, please try to place the nger correctly with utmost care.
In case of low acceptance ratio, the following actions are recommended.
 Delete the enrolled ngerprint and re-enroll the nger.
 Try another nger if a nger is not easy to enroll due to scar or cuts.
In case of an enrolled ngerprint cannot be used due to injury or if the hand is
full, it is recommended to enroll more than two ngers per user.
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Troubleshooting
1. Fingerprint can not be read or it takes too long.
 Check whether a nger or ngerprint sensor is stained with sweat, water, or dust
 Retry after wiping o nger and ngerprint sensor with dry paper tissue or a mildly
wet cloth.
 If a ngerprint is too dry, blow on the nger and retry.
2. Fingerprint is veri ed but authorization keeps failing.
 Check whether the user is restricted by group or time zone.
 Check with administrator whether the enrolled ngerprint has been deleted from the
device for some reason.
3. Authorized but door does not open.
 Check whether the lock open duration is set to appropriate time, which opens the lock.
 Check whether anti-passback mode is in use. In anti-passback mode, only the person
who has entered through that door can exit.
4. Why device display system broken and the alarm is ringing.
 Check whether the device and back plate are securely connected to each other. If not,
a tamper switch is activated which triggers the alarm and keeps it ringing.
5. How to set ProCapture used as ngerprint reader on inBio access controller.
 Reeference the Wiegand Output Connection on page 17.
 Enroll personnel s PIN in inBio panel as a card
2.4 Inch TFT Time Attendance & Access Control Terminal INSTALLATION GUIDE
2.4 Inch TFT Time Attendance & Access Control Terminal INSTALLATION GUIDE
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