i4Flexi Installation Guide v2.1
i4 Flexi Installation Guide v2.1
RCG i4 Flexi
Installation Guide V2.1
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This is an operating manual for i4 Flexi Access Control & Time Attendance
Management System. Every attempt has been made to make it accurate as
possible. However, product changes will occur from time to time and please
refer to our web site for latest updates. While RCG has attempted to make
this document as accurate as possible, we expressly disclaim any and all
warranty of accuracy and completeness, and accept no liability for any loss
or damage arising from any inaccuracies or omission.
Please send comments to [email protected]
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
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 in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Trade Name: i4 Flexi
Model No: PTN-100206-01-A
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Conventions
This guide uses the following conventions:
This icon denotes particularly important information.
This icon denotes precautions to avoid injury, data loss, or a system crash.
This icon denotes precautions to avoid a burn hazard.
This icon denotes precautions to avoid being electrocuted.
Bold text denotes items that you must select or click on in the software, such as menu
items and dialog box options. Bold text also denotes parameter names.
Italic text denotes emphasis, a cross reference, or an introduction to a key concept. This
font also denotes text that is a placeholder for a word or value that you must supply.
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i4 Flexi Access Control & Time Attendance Management System is a powerful tool for access
control and time attendance management. i4 Flexi adopts with latest optical fingerprint sensor and
high-precision fingerprint identification algorithm. With supports of RS485 (converter required) and
TCP/IP protocols, it can be implemented as both standalone and networked.
i4 Flexi adopts separate controller and centralized connection board design to enhance security.
Tamper alarm will go off if an intruder try to open the device and alarm relay output can be generated.
With its Wiegand Input and Output features, the system can be easily reinforced by just adding an
external reader. (Optional Wiegand Input– 26 bit or 34 bit). The i4 Flexi device can also act as a reader
to send out Wiegand signal to existing controller. (Optional Wiegand Output feature – 26 bit or 34 bit).
This offers more choices to end users.
i4 Flexi boasts an attractive apppearance with changeable casing design. It is easy to operate,
ready to implement and embedded with various innovative features. By using high resolution and blue
backlit LCD, clear and attractive image can be display. The keypad is made of durable material and so
heavy-duty usage is not a problem. Its built-in voice system provides an interactive operation mode.
i4 Flexi can store up to 5,000 fingerprints and supports 1:1 & 1:N identification. Its offers seven
verification modes, namely Fingerprint only, Password Only, Card only, fingerprint or password, Card
and fingerprint, Card and password, Card and Fingerprint and Password.
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i4 Flexi Fingerprint Access Control System has two main components: A Main Unit and a door
lock controller.
Main Unit: Manages registration and storage of user data, query and setting of system information,
verification of fingerprint data, recording and storage of log information, and display of prompt
information. It consists of fingerprint processor module, LCD, keypad, doorbell button, fingerprint
sensor, reset button and casing. The interface of the fingerprint main unit (hereinafter referred to as the
“equipment”) is shown in the diagram below.
Product’s appearance description
Reset button
128 x 64 LCD
LED Indicator - Green and Red
Optical Sensor for fingerprint placements
Fig. 1 Appearance of i4 Flexi
‘#’
MENU
Enter key: Confirm your present operation
Menu key: Press down the key for seconds to enter the management interface in
the initial state
ESC
Cancel key: Cancel your present operation
OUT /
IN/
Scroll up key: Scroll up the menu & OUT: Check for off work
Scroll down key: Scroll down the menu & IN: Check for on work
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Clear key: Clear the input
Door bell button (providing dry contact for external door bell)
0–9 h
Numerical key.
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Lock control unit: The control centre of the lock controller. It is also the execution component of the i
4 Flexi. It controls the locking and unlocking of the door lock based on the instructions of the
fingerprint processor, monitors door lock state of the access control system, and triggers alarm signals
in the event of security breaches.
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given the high incidences of loss and theft.
such problems can be easily eradicated.
With RCG’s fingerprint recognition system,
Because biometric technology is known to
minimize crime and save time, i4 Flexi is a valuable tool to enhance security.
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The algorithms enable i4
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In addition to monitoring access control, i4 Flexi maintains a record of all visitors to an area
and their time spent on premises.
This system makes it possible for human resources and
payroll departments to rely on accurate data to compute staff wages.
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i4 Flexi has four programming keys to manage the time and attendance functions.
With i4
Flexi, one single terminal can be assigned to manage access control and employees’ time
and attendance.
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Traditional ID systems, such as the smartcard, can incur high long-term costs since
replacements are necessary when staff or member cards go missing.
i4 Flexi eliminates
this long-term cost, given that it relies on employees’ own biometry to identify them.
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One i4 Flexi module can function in standalone mode to monitor access control.
i4 Flexi
can also connect to other modules compatible with TCP/IP/RS232/RS485 modems to link
to a central server.
i4 Flexi is equipped with RTC technology, which allows it to log up to
10,000 records and manage access control without the use of an ACU adaptor.
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1.3
Support functions
User management
Register a user (RF, fingerprint, password)
Delete a user or all users
Query the number of registered users
Query the remaining capacity to register new users
Query ID allocation
Set a user’s time zone
View registered ID list
Transmit user’s data in software terminal
System management
Configure and read terminal’s time and date
Change and read security level
Change Terminal ID
Configure communication mode (TCP/IP, RS485)
Receive firmware version
Change lock operating time
Door mode
Configure and read door mode (normal/ forced open/
forced close) and time
Log
Log data contains the function key, entrance time and
user ID
Query log count
Delete all logs
Authentication
Terminal Authentication as 1 : 1, 1 : N and Grouping
Various authentication methods: RF, Password,
Fingerprint, RF+FP, RF+PIN, FP+PIN and
RF+FP+PIN
Auxiliary function
Exit button
Relay in Lock driver
Transmit case status
Support voice message
Transmit door switch status
Alarm function
Alarm Finger
Invalid Door Open Alarm
Tamper Alarm
Note:
1: ‘Standalone’ means that the management, registration and storage of user data, query and setting
of system information, verification of fingerprint data, recording and storage of log information,
and display of prompt information can be done once the fingerprint main unit is connected to a
power source, and without the use of any networked PC.
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1.4
Definitions
User: Users of i4 Flexi can be classified into two groups: User I and User II. User I refers to
supervisors, managers, enrollers and normal users of i4 Flexi (hardware), and User II refers to PC
software’s (DAMS) users (“PC administrator”) who can set and administer the data and parameters of
i4 Flexi. The roles and responsibilities of the two groups of users are as follows:
1) User I: (User in i4 Flexi access control device)
“Supervisors”, “managers”, “enrollers” and “normal users” are end-users of i4 Flexi. These users
are authorized to perform verification, enquiry and administration. “Normal users” have the
authority to use the system only, whereas “supervisors”, “managers” and “enrollers” have different
levels of authority to administer the equipment.
User authority: The four user types of the equipment have different levels of authority,
and are ranked as follows:
Supervisors > managers >enrollers> normal users
Normal users: Normal users do not have the authority to administer the equipment.
They can only conduct operations such as access verification.
Enrollers: user who are entitled to enroll new users or delete an existing user in the
system. They can’t enter the “Menu->2.options” & “Menu->3.Network”.
Managers: In addition to the operations that normal users can conduct, managers
maintain some administrative authorities except those dedicated to “supervisors”.
Specifically, “managers” can add, delete, or modify the data of “managers” “enrollers”
and “normal users” and they can check the verification logs of any user on the system.
They can’t enter the “Menu->2.options->1.system opt->5. adv. Opt” & “Menu-> 2.
option -> 5. Auto Test” & “Menu -> 3.Network-> 3.com key”.
Supervisors: Supervisors have the highest operating authority of the system. In
addition to the operations that managers can conduct, supervisors can access the
“system administration” of the system to set various setting parameters. Specifically,
they can add, delete or modify the data of any user, or delete all the users so that the
system reverts to its original empty state.
Note: It is impossible to modify another
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supervisor x.
2) User II : (User in DAMS software)
The PC administrator uses PC-based software tool to maintain the data of the access equipment,
mainly the outputting and processing of access administration and the verification log,
maintenance of access system parameters, and backup and restoring of user data,.
(Note: To access via the PC software, the equipment must be in the standby state to ensure
successful connection.)
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Empty state: The state in which i4 Flexi is void of any user; either no user data are
stored in the main unit terminal (supervisor, administrator, enroller or normal user) or
all user data have been deleted.
Standby state: i4 Flexi is idle or is not receiving any input signal from the processor,
i.e., no button is pressed . On the LCD screen, only current date and time will be
displayed.
Exit button: An optional feature of the i4 Flexi fingerprint access control system. It
can be mounted inside a door, and a user can press on the button to unlock the door.
Offline use: With offline use, the fingerprint processor connected to the power supply
can perform functions such as registration and storage of user data, query and setting of
system information, verification of fingerprint data, recording and storage of log
information and display of prompting information. These jobs can be done without the
use of a PC.
Wiegand Output: Wiegand signals plus Wiegand controller may also control the door
lock.
Online assistant administration: i4 Flexi provides connection to PC through
RS485/TCP, so that customers can administer the access control system, set the various
parameters, and backup and restore the user data at the PC. This enables a customer to
easily administer multiple access systems.
To successfully achieve communication between the equipment and PC, some parameters of the
fingerprint processor have to be set according to the descriptions about “communication” in the
following text.
Local alarm: The buzzer inside the fingerprint unit sends out alert sounds alarm.
Remote alarm: i4 Flexi is connected to an alarm in a remote location (such as a
security guard office). The alarm goes off in the event of security breaches. People
nearby the access system cannot hear the alarm sound.
Alarm finger: When enrolling fingerprints, a user may specify a finger as the alarm
finger (fingers not specified as alarm fingers are considered “normal fingers”). When the
user applies this finger to conduct “verification for door opening” or “menu logging”
operations, the system will produce remote alarm signals. Alarm finger is usually used
in duress situations.
Normal door opening: User uses an authorized finger (normal finger or alarm finger)
to conduct “verification for door opening” through the access control system, or opens
the door via the “exit button”. This is called normal door opening.
Invalid door opening: Any door opening action other than normal door opening is
called invalid door opening. For instance, someone opens the door using invalid
methods such as prying open the door using a crowbar, or unlocks the door with a key
(without fingerprint verification or pressing the door release button).
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Card, Fingerprint and password verification: i4 Flexi supports verification of card,
fingerprint and password separately as well as combined verification of card, fingerprint
and password. Separate card/password verification is useful for situations when a user’s
fingerprint is difficult to register or validate due to its poor quality. The combination of
card, fingerprint and password verification can improve the security of the whole
system.
Finger relevancy: To enhance the user’s level of security, he/she may enroll two normal
fingers and a set of two finger relevancies (both enrolled fingers must be used for
verification), or register three normal fingers and choose to set two or three finger
relevancies (two or three enrolled fingers must be used for verification). Once finger
relevancies are set, the user must pass the verification for all finger relevancies to open
the door when conducting fingerprint verification.
FRR: “False Rejection Rate” or FRR is measure of the probability the access system
will wrongly reject an access attempt; the system will refuse the access attempt from an
authorized user. A smaller percentage value reflects a better system.
FAR: “False Acceptance Rate” or FAR is a measure of the probability the access
system will wrongly accept an access attempt; the system will accept the access attempt
from an unauthorized user. A smaller percentage value reflects a better system.
1.5 Operating Sensor
When using the fingerprint sensor avoid touching the sensor surface with any sharp or hard object
(be careful when installing the device). Always keep the surface clean. For cleaning, dip clean
absorbent cotton in water and apply laterally to the stain.
Position of finger placement
To get a clear fingerprint image, place finger closely on sensor in the correct position as shown in
the first two diagrams from the left in Fig. 3:
Fig. 3
The first two diagrams show correct finger placement. The other diagrams illustrate incorrect finger
placements.
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1.6
System Specifications
Technical specifications
Item
Technical parameter
Type of sensor
Optical sensor
Resolution of sensor
500dpi
Effective area of sensor
18mm×16mm
Dimension of fingerprint processor
156 m (H) X 160 mm (W) X 38 mm (D)
FRR
<= 1 %
FAR
<= 0.0001%
Finger matching time (1:1 matching)
≤0.5S
Verification mode
Fingerprint only, Password Only, Card only, fingerprint
or password, Card and fingerprint, Card and password,
Card and Fingerprint and Password
Verification mode
1:1, 1:N
Working mode
Standalone or Network
Output
1 x Relay output, 1 x Alarm Relay output
Max user capacity
5000 users (if 1 fingerprints per user )
Max fingerprint capacity
5000 fingerprints (10 fingerprints per user at most)
Max log capacity
50000 logs
Communication Protocol
TCP/IP, RS232, RS485, Wiegand (Input or Output)
Working temperature
0 y z45 y
Working humidity
RH 20 { z80 {
Working Voltage
DC 12V
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Working Current
400mA
Relay Output (Lock, Alarm)
NC/NO connection, 3A/12Vdc or
Time Zone
50
Group
50
Holiday Table
50
User / Group Association
Support
Forced Door Open/Close Schedule
Support
Alarm Type
Tamper Alarm, Alarm on threat (alarm finger), Invalid
120VAC
door open alarm
Wiegand
Support Wiegand input / Wiegand output (26 bit or 34
bit)
Other Features (Optional)
RFID Module
Language
English / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese
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J3
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J17
J19
J2
JP1
JP2
JP3
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J1: Connect Power Supply
1
DC12V (Input)
2
GND
3
ESD
J3: Ethernet socket
RJ45
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TX-
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RX+
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RX-
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J4: Main unit socket
RJ45
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
4
GND
5
RXD
6
RX-
7
TXD
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DC12V
J2: IO socket
1
DC12V: power (Output)
2
GND
3
NC: door lock Normal Close
4
COM: door lock COM
J17: IO socket
1
NO: door lock normal open
2
DS: door status input
3
IS; open button input
4
GPI1: General purpose input
J18: IO socket
1
WID0: Wiegand input D0
2
WID1: Wiegand input D1
3
WOD0: Wiegand output D0
4
WOD1: Wiegand output D1
J19: IO socket
12
RS485 A-
13
RS485 B+
14
ALARM: Alarm output
15
GPO1: General purpose output
JP1 hRS485 Termination resistor 120| – enable or disable
1-2 short hdisable
2-3 short henable
JP2 hGeneral Output Port (GPO1), choose for GND or +12V connection
1-2 short hconnect GND
2-3 short hconnect +12V
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JP3 hAlarm Output, select GND or +12V connection
1-2 short: Connect GND
2-3 short hConnect +12V
Indication Light
Lock Control Unit
Red Light
Yellow Light
Green Light
Power Connected
Light blinking while traffic with processor
Door open
Fig. 6 Typical Connection with i4 Flexi controller
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Caution The following section contain important safety information you must follow
when installing and operating the device.
Do not operate the device in a manner not specified in the documentation. Misuse of the
device may result in a hazard and may compromise the safety protection built into the
device. If the device is damaged, turn it off and do not use it until service-trained
personnel can check its safety. If necessary, return the device to RCG for repair.
Keep away from live circuits. Do not remove equipment covers or shields unless you are
trained to do so. If signal wires are connected to the device, hazardous voltages can exist
even when the equipment is turned off. To avoid a shock hazard, do not perform
procedures involving cover or shield removal unless you are qualified to do so.
Disconnect all field power prior to removing covers or shields.
If the device is rated for use with hazardous voltages, it may require a safety earth-ground
connection wire. See the device specifications for maximum voltage ratings.
Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install unauthorized parts
or modify the device. Use the device only with the chassis, modules, accessories, and
cables specified in the installation instructions. All covers and panels must be installed
while operating the device.
Do not operate the device in an explosive atmosphere or where flammable gases or fumes
may be present. Operate the device only at or below the pollution degree. Pollution
consists of any foreign matter—solid, liquid, or gas—that may reduce dielectric strength
or surface resistivity. Pollution degrees are listed below.
• Pollution Degree 1—No pollution or only dry, nonconductive pollution occurs. The
pollution has no effect.
• Pollution Degree 2—Normally only nonconductive pollution occurs. Occasionally,
nonconductive pollution becomes conductive because of condensation.
• Pollution Degree 3—Conductive pollution or dry, nonconductive pollution occurs.
Nonconductive pollution becomes conductive because of condensation.
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Clean the device and accessories by brushing off light dust with a soft, nonmetallic brush.
Remove other contaminants with a stiff, nonmetallic brush. The unit must be completely
dry and free from contaminants before returning it to service.
You must insulate signal connections for the maximum voltage for which the device is
rated. Do not exceed the maximum ratings for the device. Remove power from signal
lines before connection to or disconnection from the device.
You must operate the device only below the installation category III. The best practice is
the main line having backup system. Installation categories are listed below.
• Installation Category IV—for measurements performed at the source of the low-voltage
(<1000 V) installation. Examples include electricity meters, measurements on primary
overcurrent protection devices, and ripple-control units.
• Installation Category III—formeasurements performed in the building installation.
Examples include measurements on distribution boards, circuit-breakers, wiring
(including cables), bus bars, junction boxes, switches, socket outlets in the fixed
installation, equipment for industrial use, and some other types of equipment, such as
stationary motors permanently connected to the fixed installation.
• Installation Category II—for measurements performed on circuits directly connected to
the low-voltage installation. Examples include measurements on household appliances,
portable tools, and other similar equipment.
• Installation Category I—for measurements performed on circuits not directly connected
to mains1. Examples include measurements on circuits not derived from mains, and
specially-protected (internal) mains-derived circuits.
The following is a diagram of a sample installation.
Caution A fire safety hazard exists when the total power dissipated by the power supply
exceeds 36 W continuous for a sustained period of time.
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Fig 8 i4 Flexi System Diagram
The diagram shown above is typical TCP/IP connection of system, for another connection mode, please
refers to section 5 “application example” for detail.
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Caution The following section contain important caution information you must follow
when installing and operating the device.
Before installing i4 Flexi, users should read the following instructions.
Precaution Notes
• i4 Flexi is designed for indoor installation. When installed outdoors, i4 Flexi must be sheltered
from water and concentrated humidity. i4 Flexi operates optimally at a temperature range of
0°C - 45°C
• i4 Flexi should be connected to a single power source to prevent short circuits or electrical
shortages
• To increase security level, users should install the door controller at the door’s inner side
• The terminal should not be exposed to excessive heat and it should not be installed in dusty
areas or those under direct sunlight.
• Do not place the controller under a water pipe or the Cooling Air Trucking system, as water
leakage will harm the controller and potentially trigger a short circuit.
• Install i4 Flexi in such a way that the system has enough air circulation to prevent generated
heat from accumulating inside the device.
Warning The Controller Relay Output rating is Max. 3A Capacity, users should take care
the number of electric lock to be connected. Otherwise, the potential hazards of device
burning or explosion will be much increased.
Warning The Power Supply Unit (PSU) consumption rating is depending of system
consumption & PSU output capacity. Users should take care of PSU output capacity
which is more than enough to provide the power to whole system. Otherwise, the
potential hazards of device burning or explosion will be much increased.
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Choose the location where you plan to install the terminal, power controller, administrator
computer, door lock, door button and power line.
Inspect the following parts to ensure all
system components are present and functional:
Items
Package List
1
Fingerprint Machine x 1
2
Controller x 1
3
i4 Flexi Installation Disk CD (DAMS) x 1 pcs
4
Installation Manual x 1 copy
5
Warranty Card
6
Door Bell Button Cable for external door button connection x 1 pcs
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i4 Flexi is a wall-mounting device.
It is recommended that the device is placed as close as
possible to the door to allow users to open it within the timeout period, which is set at default of
five seconds.
Warning You have the option to install the device on a table. When installing, choose a
sturdy, level surface in a ventilated area that is dust free and away from heat vents, warm
air exhaust from other devices and direct sunlight. Avoid proximity to large electric
motors or other electromagnetic equipment.
Observe the following guidelines when choosing a good location for the device:
The surface must support at least 2kg.
Temperature ranges from 32 to 113 degrees F (0 to 45 degrees C).
Humidity should be less than 80%, non-condensing.
Ventilation space should be 2 inches above and on each side, and 5 inches at the rear.
Site should not exceed the electromagnetic field (RFC) standards for IEC 801-3, Level 2 (3V/M)
field strength.
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i4 Flexi is delivered without a power supply.
Upon receipt, users must connect the controller to
a DC 12V 3A Power Supply Unit. Communications and DC power are then transmitted via a Cat.
5 cable to the i4 Flexi terminal. Lock power comes from the power supply unit.
Warning: Do NOT use a separate power supply! Doing so will cause system failure or
hinder operations.
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Avoid damage to the surface of i4 Flexi when using a screwdriver to open the cover.
Caution:
Star Key Wrench T10 is required to open the cover.
Notice:
Cable distance for Ethernet Switching
The cable distance between device and hub/PC should not exceed 100 meter.
Cable distance for Device
The cable distance between device and controller should not exceed 50 meter. Using a high
grade cable (individually shield low capacitance pairs), you can increase that distance to as
much as possible with a good grade of cable.
Make sure the wiring is correct It can be used Category 3/4/5 cable in 10 Mbps operation. To
reliably operate your network at 100Mbps, you must use an Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP)
Category 5 cable, or better Data Grade cabling. While a Category 3 or 4 cables may initially
seem to work, it will soon cause data loss. All kinds of hub/PC can connect to i4Flexi by using
straight-through wires.
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Before installing i4 Flexi, ensure that the wall surface is clean and smooth [see Diagram 1].
Drill fixing and cable holes (for cable that will connect i4 flexi with the PC controller) at a
height of 1.3 to 1.5 meters. Please refer to appendix 2 for detail.
59.50
139.00
Cable Window
37.00
37.00
37.00
33.50
23.00
Ø5.00
37.00
33.00
10.00
Cable Window
13.00
23.00
Ø5.00
Ø5.00
20.00
19.46
15.53
Hole 1
14.00
Ø5.00
Hole 4
Hole 5
154.00
Hole 2
Hole 3
Hole 6
69.79
29.50
39.61
37.00
Ø5.00
37.00
Ø5.00
5.00
5.00
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Cable Window
Cable Window
Note: Place tapping screws ST3.5×25 in holes 1 to 6 to mount pad on the wall.
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Fastening 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are fixing holes.
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Run a Straight through Cat. 5 cable to connect i4 Flexi to the controller. The cable is concealed
inside a conduit; connect the cable directly to the RJ45 port inside the connection board.
Fig. 10
Caution Be sure to turn off the power supply and the main AC power to your
I4 Flexi and host computer before connecting the accessory to your controller.
Warning The i4 Flexi are energized when the power supply unit is powered on. Disconnect
the i4 Flexi unit from the power outlet before connecting wires to or disconnecting wires
from the controller connector . Strip back the insulation of the wires to the controller
connectors no more than 7 mm. Failure to do so could result in electric shock leading to
serious bodily injury or death.
Caution You must change the main input fuse on the front panel if you install the power
cord into the back panel AC connector and plug it in to a correctly rated power source.
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Install one unit only for access control without PC connection
Usage: Access control
Configuration: i4 Flexi, Lock, inner exit button, S.M.P.S adapter (DC 12V 2A)
Block diagram
The number in the connection line means counting number of lines
Connection example of i4 Flexi connector
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Connection example of NC/NO Lock
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Initial setting
Registration must be done at the i4 Flexi terminal, as instructed in section 5.1 of this manual.
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Serial network application: When more than one i4 Flexi systems connect to a PC server via the
RS-232 port. It enables access control and Time & Attendance management functions by
software
Configuration
Access control: i4 Flexi DAMS (terminal control & log management), Lock, inner exit button,
S.M.P.S adapter (DC12V 2A), PC Server and door sensor.
Time & Attendance: i4 Flexi, DAMS (terminal control & log management), S.M.P.S. adapter
(DC 12V, 2A) and PC Server.
Door sensor: Keeps track of when door is open or closed.
Block diagram
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Cable distance for RS232
By using Cat.5 cable, the cable distance between device and controller should not exceed
50 meter. Using a high grade cable (individually shield low capacitance pairs), you can
increase that distance to as much as possible with a good grade of cable.
Example of connection between i4Flexi and connector #2
Initial setting
- All settings are available on the PC and i4 Flexi, but for convenience, we recommend PC
processing.
Registration
- Enroll users’ fingerprints in i4 Flexi and downloads converted data to the PC server via D
AMS.
Time & Attendance
- Users’ event records are kept in i4 Flexi and transmitted to the PC server.
- In the PC, the DAMS program handles records according to clients’ guidelines.
Door control
- Independent of terminal authentication, the door can be controlled in the compulsory
mode of DAMS (open, closed, open/close timeframe).
Restriction of user admission
- All users’ timeframe for admission can be set in DAMS.
If users try to gain door access
outside a set timeframe, the LCD window will show “It is not time to use” and shutdown
all door functions.
- There are no time restrictions for users, unless a timeframe is manually inputted.
For more information on DAMS, please refer to the DAMS manual.
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i4 Flexi has a TCP/IP port that allows users to connect several terminals to a PC server
network via HUB.
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In network mode, i4 Flexi should be linked to the TID (Terminal ID): 1 to 999.
For more
information on TID, please refer to section 11.1.1 of this manual.
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A straight thru cable is required to connect with PC & controller.
Configuration
Access control: i4 Flexi, DAMS, Lock, inner exit button, S.M.P.S. adapter (DC 12V 2A),
Server PC and door sensor
Time & Attendance: i4 Flexi, DAMS, S.M.P.S adapter (DC12V 2A) and PC Server
Block diagram
Example of i4 Flexi connecting systems
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You can connect more than one i4 Flexi system with a PC via the RS485 port, but you need to
use a converter to connect the.RS232 and RS485 ports. To install more than one i4 Flexi, you
must assign different TID numbers to each i4 Flexi unit. TID numbers range from 1 to 999.
To
change TID methods, follow the instructions in section 15 of this manual.
Configuration
Access control: i4 Flexi, RS232 to RS485 converter, DAMS (terminal control & log
management), Lock, inner exit button, S.M.P.S. adaptor (DC 12V, 2A), PC Server PC and door
sensor
Time and attendance: i4 Flexi, RS232 to RS485 converter, DAMS (terminal control & log
management), S.M.P.S adaptor (DC 12V, 2A) and PC Server.
Door sensor: Keeps track of door status (open/closed).
Block diagram
Cable distance for RS485
By using Cat.5 cable, the cable distance between device and controller should not exceed
1000 meter. Using a high grade cable (individually shield low capacitance pairs), you can
increase that distance to as much as possible with a good grade of cable.
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Illustration of i4 Flexi connecting systems
Connection example
i4 Flexi, converter connection specifications
i4 Flexi
232 to 485 converter
485 B+ (connector #1,4)
485+ (DSUB 25, 4)
485 A- (connector #1,3)
485- (DSUB 25, 6)
GND (connector #1, 5)
GND (DSUB 25, 2)
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I4Flexi supports 2 kind of wiegand connection mode:
The Wiegand input is a function to build an application with external reader to form a professional
access control. For example, some end user would like to change the front end input to be more
accuracy data & enhance security. We may plug the i4 flexi with Access method RF+FP as entrance,
while plug a RF reader as exit. (Example 1 -3)
The Wiegand output is a function to export transaction in real time to other access controller
following the Wiegand standard 26 bit or 34 bit. When this is enabled, there should be another access
controller connected with i4 Flexi‘s controller via Wiegand connection. It is the easier way to replace
the existing card system but remains the aged controller as reporter and compatible aged HR software.
Example 1
(Built-in module, without external Wiegand reader)
Built-in RF Module Access Module: Follow the User Access Method (FP only, RF only, RF + FP, RF +
FP + PIN etc.)
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Example 2
(Built-in module + External Wiegand reader) <- set the Wiegand Input as “In Door Read Card” mode
Built-in RF Module Access Module: Follow the User Access Method (FP only, RF only, RF + FP, RF +
FP + PIN etc.)
Outside Wiegand Module: ONLY RF <- enhance security and record all the IN/OUT event.
Example 3
(Without built-in RF module, External Wiegand reader only) <- set the Wiegand Input as “Out Door
Read Card” mode
External Wiegand reader: Following the User Access Method (FP only, RF only, RF + FP, RF+ FP+
PIN etc.)
Summary
- If you connect with Built-in RF Module only, follow the User Access Method you have preset.
- If you connect external reader only, follow the User Access Method you have preset.
- If you connect with both Built-in RF Module and External Reader, the Built-in RF Module will
follow the User Access Method and external Reader must be card only.
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Illustration of i4 Flexi connecting systems
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RF Module
1, 2: Supply VCC 5V to module
3: TxD signal
4: RxD signal
Communication Format
9600, N, 8, 1
Data storage
Max 8Byte
*Please inform RCG promptly if you plan to use a different module.
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Type of Alarm provided in i4Flexi
1.
Tamper Alarm
2.
Forced Open Alarm
3.
Alarm Finger
4.
General Purpose Input Alarm
Basically, the alarm raised in i4Flexi will trigger a electrical contact output (either Alarm port or
General Purpose Output [GPO] port) for connecting external alarm device. E.g. Alarm System, Strobe
light, Siren, Buzzer, Alarm Centre and Auto Dialer. For detail operation, please refer to appendix 1
Warning:
a. The Alarm / GPO Output port relay is limited max. 3A 120VAC current rating.
b. The Door Sensor (DS) / General Purpose Input (GPI) port is supposing
b. The total current rating is subjected to “Power Supply Rating > total system
consumption” but limited less than 3A current. Failure to do so could result in electric
shock leading to serious bodily injury or death.
Installation of Door Sensor
Controller Connection Diagram for Door Sensor
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Controller Connection Diagram for other sensor input (General Purpose Input)
Abbreviation
J2
12Vout: 12Volt DC output port
GND: return circuit port (Ground pin)
NC: Normal Close (Relay NC pin)
COM: Common (Relay Com pin
J17
NO: Normal Open (Relay NO pin)
DS: Door Sensor
IS: Indoor Switch
GPI1: General Purpose Input 1
J18
WI0: Wiegand Input Data “0”
WI1: Wiegand Input Data “1”
WO0: Wiegand Output Data “0”
WO1: Wiegand Output Data “1”
J19
485A: RS485 A 485B: RS485 B +
ALM: Alarm Output (Electrical Contact – tight HIGH or LOW is subjected to JP3 setting
GPO1: General Purpose Output 1 (Electrical Contact – tight HIGH or LOW is subjected to JP3 setting
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The following section will be conducted when physical installation successfully and system power on.
Application for Access Control Configuration
•
Standalone: The user will operate the i4 Flexi terminal for administration with no data
backup capability and the data is stored inside the terminal only.
•
Networked: The user will connect the i4 Flexi terminal to computer for administration,
it is capable to backup the user data, access log and transfer the user data to another new
i4 Flexi terminal by using “DAMS” software
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Application for Time Attendance Configuration
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The user will connect the i4 Flexi terminal to computer for administration; it is capable
to calculate time attendance by transfer the user data with “DAMS” software.
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The administrator menu allows new users to register, edit or delete information.
Press “Menu”,
enter“0” and press “#” to access the administrator mode and then enter ‘1111’ as the initial password.
The standby screen as show here.
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1. Press “Menu” key,
Input ManagerID:
2. Enter ID “0” and then follow with “#” to confirm and enter “1111” as
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
the initial password.
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For i4 Flexi, “Ethernet, RS485” and “Wiegand Input or Output” is simultaneous. However, Ethernet
and RS485 are alternatives. If the Ethernet is used, RS485 cannot be used. Likewise, if the RS485 is
used, the Ethernet cannot be used.
Terminal ID: The machine number ranges from 1 to 999
Baud rate: The communication speed of the communication with the computer at 19200.
Device IP address: The default IP is 192.168.0.201. You may modify it according to your
requirements.
Subnet Mask: The default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0,
Gateway: The default gateway is 192.168.0.200
Host IP: The host computer IP to manage the terminal. You may modify it according to your
requirements.
Host Port: The default port number is 8008. Except for special circumstances, this number should not
be changed.
Mac Address: Display the MAC address.
Network speed: The default network speed is 10M, 100M or AUTO detect.
COMM Key: The System default keyword is none, which is optional to be modified. COM Key is a
security code when communicate with PC software. Connection established when COM key matched.
Wiegand Output: To assign the Wiegand output type: 26 bit or 34 bit or disable
Wiegand Input: To assign the Wiegand input mode: Out Door Card or In Door Card
Wiegand Content: to assign the Wiegand data content: Card Number or User ID.
Warning: When RS485 communication used in the outdoor environment, the lightning protection
device needs to be installed.
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To operate terminals in the network users must first choose an ID. Users can select
“3.System=>2.Terminal ID=> new TID“ for as many as 999 terminals and then choose “MENU“ to
store data.
The following steps show how to enter network option page
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “1” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1. Terminal
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Input the terminal ID and press “#” to save and return to previous menu.
Terminal ID
ID (1-999):
123
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To access the Controller SN registration function on the LCD window, go to the stage “3.Network=>2
Controller , => input serial number of controller” and set details.
To activate other communication functions, the main unit sends a register command to the controller.
This only needs to be done once for each unit-controller pair.
If either the main unit or the controller
has been replaced, an error will occur during communications.
In such instances, registration should
be repeated.
A relay function inside the controller manages the Ethernet cable.
During initialization, the Ethernet
cable is disconnected, but it becomes connected after registration of the main unit.
The following steps show how to register controller serial number into terminal
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “2” key or select the item with “#” key to enter. .
1. Terminal ID
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Input the serial number of controller and press “#” to save and return to
previous menu.
ID:
14600003
Note: The controller serial number is 8 digit number and the label stick
at the bottom of controller unit.
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The Network mode option is a function to set the event log output to network or to Wiegand. Also, it is
a function to assign the network parameter. In addition, it is an operation mode with “Wiegand” setting:
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Select these methods when you use the Internet to access the terminal.
Follow the process
“3.Network =>3.Network Mode=>2.TCP/IP“, press “#” to enter the setup menu.
The following steps show how to register TCP/IP parameter
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “3” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1. Terminal
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Press “2” key or select the item with “#” key to enter. The following
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Wiegand Output
TCP/IP
Com Key
WiegContent
WiegandInput
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Device IP
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Host IP
Host Port
MAC Address
interface appears
4. Press the key number or select the item with “#” key to enter the setting
menu of each function.
Note: Press “#” key to save and return to previous menu after each
setting modified.
5. For example, to modify the device IP, the following interface appears
IP:
192.168.000.234
Note: Use “Up” or “Down” key to select the portion and enter the
number.
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Press “menu”, “0” and “#” to input ‘1111’ as the initial password.
First, follow the process “1.User => 1.Add User” and “Add User ID:” appears on screen.
If the ID entered is already in use, “User Exist” will appear on screen.
(Maximum number of digit is 8)
How to add new user
1. Press “Menu” key, enter “0” and then follow with “#” to confirm and
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2. Select “1. user”
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
3. Select “1.Add user”
1. Add User
2. Modify User
3. Delete User
4. An “Add User ID” message prompt appears. You are required to input
Add User ID
the user ID
5. Enter “Add user ” page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
User Type
Access Mode
FP
Password
Card
User Associate
FP level
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To register a fingerprint, place your finger on the red light sensor after pressing “3. FP” in the “Add
user” page (see above).
press “Esc”.
Registration is complete after you register with one of the access factor and
The system will then automatically move to the upper menu.
To increase
authentication rate or register additional fingers, press “2. FP2” and follow the same process required in
“1. FP” registration.
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1. After pressing “3. FP”, FP 1 – 8 is normal finger, FP 9-10 is alarm finger.
1.
2.
3.
4.
FP1
FP2
FP3
FP4
Select FP ID and place finger on red light sensor
2. Place finger on red light sensor
Press Finger…
3. Place finger on red light sensor one more time
Press Again…
4. Enroll FP ok. The screen will return to FP page.
FP Enroll Ok!
5. The asterisk (*)besides “FP1” indicates successful fingerprint registration
1.
2.
3.
4.
FP1 *
FP2
FP3
FP4
Notes 1: Repeat step 1- 4 for another finger
Notes 2: After FP enrollment, a successful registration will be done after
access mode assigned – follows section 6.2.6
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To authenticate an FP, PIN or RF card, follow the process “2. Access Mode=>1. FP, 2. Card & 3. PIN”
with the tick mark (*) by pressing “#” or a corresponding number.
Press “Esc” to save and return to
the upper menu.
1. Select “2.Access Mode”
1.
2.
3.
4.
User Type
Access Mode
FP
Password
2. Select item number to activate the corresponding mode e.g. Press
1.
2.
3.
4.
“1. FP, 2. RF & 3.PIN” access mode This makes access mode by
FP
RF
PIN
RF+FP
either one of the selection.
3. Press “Esc”
1.
2.
3.
4.
FP
RF
PIN
RF+FP
to save and return to the upper menu
*
*
*
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Place your finger on the sensor.
1. Standby screen
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2. Place your registered finger on the sensor or input your ID &
Finger
Card
Password
*
press “#”.
3. A progress screen “Finger Capturing” appear
Finger
Capturing..
4. A progress screen “ Processing..”appear
Processing..
3. A message appears to indicate your fingerprint has been
Verify OK
recognized and your identification verified
1
4. A message shows failure to verify your identification
Verify Fail
If authentication fails, please repeat the process.
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The Wiegand content is a function to select the data content for 1. Card Number, 2. User ID. This
enables the Wiegand output data content as card number or user ID, depends on real situation or
application.
The following steps show how to select the Wiegand content parameter
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “3” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1. Terminal ID
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Press “4” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
WiegandOutput
TCP/IP
Com Key
WiegContent
WiegandInput
4. Select the option “1” card data or “2” User ID data. .
1. Card
2. User ID
Note: this enables the Wiegand output data to be card number or user ID.
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The Wiegand input is a function to build an application with external reader to form a professional
access control. For example, some end user would like to change the front end input to be more
accuracy data & enhance security. We may plug the i4 flexi with Access method RF+FP as entrance,
while plug a RF reader as exit.
The following steps show how to select the Wiegand input mode
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “3” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1. Terminal ID
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Press “5” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
WiegandOutput
TCP/IP
Com Key
WiegContent
WiegandInput
4. Select the option “1” or “2” for the application installed.
1. OutDoorRCard
2. InDoorRCard *
Note: this enables the Wiegand Input mode to be “Out Door Read Card”
or “ In Door Read Card”. (see example 2 or 3 as mentioned above)
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The Wiegand output is a function to export transaction in real time to other access controller following
the Wiegand standard 26 bit or 34 bit. When this is enabled, there should be another access controller
connected with i4 Flexi ‘s controller via Wiegand connection. It is the easier way to replace the existing
card system but remains the aged controller as reporter and compatible aged HR software.
The following steps show how to select the Wiegand Output mode
LCD Display
Description
In the standby mode, press the [MENU] key to enter the Setup menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
User
Options
Network
Sys Info
1. Press “3” to enter Network page. (A function to set the networking
option)
2. Press “3” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1. Terminal
2. Controller
3. Network Mode
3. Press “1” key or select the item with “#” key to enter.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
WiegandOutput
TCP/IP
Com Key
WiegContent
WiegandInput
4. Select the option “1” or “2” or “3” for the application installed.
1. 26 Wiegand
2. 34 Wiegand
3. Disable *
Note: this enables the Wiegand Output mode to be “26 bit wiegand
output ” or “ 34 bit wiegand output” or disabled.
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- When i4 Flexi malfunctions without an apparent problem, press the Reset switch to return to
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- Correct fingerprint registration position placement
- During registration, a quality score will appear for every finger press. For the
mark below 60, it is recommend to re-registration or use other finger to obtain
the better score.
Correct fingerprint touching placement.
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Depending on the amount of use, the sensor window may need to be cleaned periodically.
To clean it, apply the sticky side of a piece of adhesive cellophane tape on the window and peel it away.
Under heavy usage, the window coating on some sensors may turn cloudy from the salt in perspiration.
In this case, gently wipe the window with a cloth (not paper) dampened with a mild ammonia-based
glass cleaner.
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Do not pour the glass cleaner directly on the sensor window.
Do not use alcohol-based cleaners.
Never submerge the sensor in liquid.
Never rub the window with an abrasive material, including paper.
Do not poke the window coating with your fingernail or any item, such as a pen.
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Type of Alarm provided in i4Flexi
1.
Tamper Alarm
2.
Forced Open Alarm
3.
Alarm Finger
4.
General Purpose Input Alarm
Type
Tamper
Alarm
Response Port
ALARM
Forced Open
Alarm
GPO
Alarm Finger
ALARM
GPI Alarm
GPO
Reset Method
Authorized User
Verified by any
method
Authorized User
Verified by any
method
Authorized User
Verified by any
method
Authorized User
Verified by any
method
Remark
Built in
Sensor required
Default feature
Sensor required
Basically, the alarm raised in i4Flexi will trigger a electrical contact output (either Alarm port or
General Purpose Output [GPO] port) for connecting external alarm device. E.g. Siren, Buzzer, Alarm
Centre, Auto Dialer.
Example of Alarm
Tamper Alarm
Prize open the i4Flexi Main Unit shell. The Alarm relay is turn ON in the controller alarm port. This
port is electrical contact which providing tight high (12VDC) logic or tight Low (GND) logic in the
port <Depends on jumper setting>.
Forced Open Alarm
The “Alarm for Invalid Door Opening” is applied in the system parameters; an alarm will be triggered
in the event the user pushes the door open to enter without system verification. The GPO relay is turn
ON in the controller GPO port. This port is electrical contact which providing tight high (12VDC) logic
or tight Low (GND) logic in the port. <Depends on jumper setting>.
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Alarm Finger
The “Alarm Finger” is applied in the system parameters. The fingerprint detected by the system for
fingerprint verification upon door opening will be the registered alarm finger verified. The GPO relay
is turn ON in the controller GPO port. This port is electrical contact which providing tight high
(12VDC) logic or tight Low (GND) logic in the port. <Depends on jumper setting>.
General Purpose Input Alarm
The “Alarm for GPI” is applied in the system parameters; an alarm will be triggered in the event the
user pushes the sensor (Motion detector, Door Sensor, Output of other device). The GPO relay is turn
ON in the controller GPO port. This port is electrical contact which providing tight high (12VDC) logic
or tight Low (GND) logic in the port. <Depends on jumper setting>.
Alarm Operation
1. Tamper Alarm
When i4Flexi casing is prizing, it will case the case sensor to turn ON and activate the “tamper alarm”
and turns ON corresponding device to operate if any.
Tamper Alarm => make controller “ALM” port” ON => electrical contact ON
Notes: **RESET ALARM: If the shell is closed properly. The alarm will be off.
2. Forced Open Alarm
Caution: To enable this feature, a “Normal Open Door Sensor (Dry Contact)” is required.
The “Alarm for Invalid Door Opening” is applied in the system parameters; an alarm will be triggered
in the event the user pushes the door open to enter without fingerprint verification.
Notes: **RESET ALARM: Verification of any authorized finger.
3. Alarm Finger
When user the registered alarm finger. System will assume the user is under highjack. GPO port will be
trigger.
Caution: To enable the feature, you must enroll alarm finger into device.
Notes: **RESET ALARM: Verification of any authorized finger.
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4. General Purpose Input Alarm
Caution: To enable this feature, a “Normal Open Sensor (Dry Contact)” is required.
The “Alarm for General Purpose Input” is applied in the system parameters; an alarm will be triggered
in the event the user pushes the sensor.
Notes: **RESET ALARM: Verification of any authorized finger.
Indicator Light
There are three indicator lights in the Controller:
Lock Control
Unit
Red Light
Power Connected
Yellow Light
Light blinking while
traffic with processor
Green Light
Unlock legally
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2.
1.
Room Outside
50mm
100mm
B
G
Lock
Room Inside
PANEL
I4 Flexi System Diagram
B
100mm
Exit Button
TCP/IP
HUB
Network Port
B
G
B
Legend
False Ceiling
Computer
DAMS software
Exit Button
Break Glass
Exit Button
Fuse Spur, 220Vac 6A Single phase
Essential Power
Electric Lock
Break Glass
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR
RCG’S FINGERPRINT DEVICES
Open Side (Push to
open)
251mm
ELECTRIC LOCK
Break Glass
I4 Flexi
CONTROLLER
42mm
I4 Flexi
Cat.5 cable
Power Supply
1350mm
Power source
12V DC
1350mm
I4 Flexi System Diagram
4.
3.
i4 Flexi
Physical Connection
ELECTRIC LOCK
Break Glass
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SCALE
A3
SIZE
Not in Scale
FSCM NO
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Title: Typical Installation Drawing
Project:
Electric Connection Diagram
Cat.5 cable
Network Connection To
Hubs (Cat. 5 cable)
Exit Button
Cat.5
cable
I4 Flexi
CONTROLLER
i4 Flexi Controller
Cat.5
cable
Cat.5
cable
Power Supply
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100mm
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Typical Installation Drawing for EM Lock
Open Side
(Push to open)
Room Outside
251mm
42mm
1350mm
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1350mm
B
100mm
Room Inside
Lock
PANEL
Break Glass
BG
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SCALE
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B
Legend
False Ceiling
Title: Typical Installation Drawing for EM Lock
Project:
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Fuse Spur, 220Vac 6A Single phase
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User: type of user
Alarm Finger: a finger is defined as special function
Normal Door Open: Authorized verification to open the door
Invalid Door Open: Any door opening action other than Normal door opening
Card, Fingerprint and password verification: authentication mode
Finger relevancy: User security level
FRR: ‘False Rejection Rate”
FAR: “False Acceptance Rate”
DC: Direct Current
GND: -ve or return path, called Ground
Tx: Transmit
Rx :Receive
GPI: General Purpose Input
GPO: General Purpose Output
NO: Normal Open
NC: Normal Close
DS: Door Status
IS: Indoor Switch, (Exit button)
FP: Fingerprint
RF: Radio Frequency Card
PIN: Password
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Web Site
http://www.rcg.tv/support/
Hotline Support
Hong Kong : 852-36696999
Malaysia : +6-03-51248888
Customer Service is available :
Monday to Friday
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Support Email
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