Fingerprint Time Attendance & Access Control Hardware Manual
Fingerprint Time Attendance & Access Control
Hardware User Manual
User Manual
Rev: 1.02
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CONTENT
1
NOTICE FOR USING .......................................................................... - 4 1.1
1.1
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ...............................................................- 4 NOTE FOR INSTALLATION...................................................................- 4 -
CHAPTER 2 QUICK REFERENCE ................................................................. - 6 1.1 KEY BUTTON ..................................................................................- 6 1.2 DESCRIPTION OF PRESSING FINGERPRINT .............................................- 7 1.3 MENU ..........................................................................................- 8 These six menu include second level menu and third level menu, some even
have forth level menu for operating corresponding function. ............. - 9 1.4 BASIC OPERATION .........................................................................- 10 CHAPTER 3 USER MANAGEMENT .......................................................... - 15 3.1 ENROLL USER ...............................................................................- 16 Fingerprint Enroll ............................................................................... - 16 Password Enroll ................................................................................. - 20 Card Enroll ......................................................................................... - 22 FP+ Password Enroll ........................................................................... - 25 Fingerprint + Card Enroll .................................................................... - 28 - 31 3.2. DELETE ENROLL ................................................................................- 31 4
CHAPTER 4 LOG DATA .................................................................... - 33 4.4 LOG INFO .........................................................................................- 38 4.5 T SEGMENT.......................................................................................- 39 -
CHAPTER 5 U DISK ................................................................................. - 40 5.3 DOWNLOAD/UPLOAD THE DATA BY THE ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE- 43
CHAPTER 6 SETTING .............................................................................. - 44 6.1 SYSTEM ............................................................................................- 44 6.2 COMM........................................................................................- 49 6.3 SENSOR .......................................................................................- 52 6.6 S-TEST .............................................................................................- 56 -2-
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CHAPTER 7 ACS ...................................................................................... - 58 7.1.
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
D-LOCK (DOOR LOCK) ................................................................- 58 USER CONTROL.............................................................................- 66 HI-JACK.......................................................................................- 68 PSEGMENT...................................................................................- 69 P GROUP ..................................................................................... - 70 PZONE ........................................................................................- 71 -
CHAPTER 8 DEVICE INFORMATION ........................................................ - 74 CHAPTER 9 FAQ ................................................................................ - 75 1.
HOW TO REMOVE THE ADMIN PRIVILEGE ON THE DEVICE MENU?- 75 
W E COULD REMOVE THE PRIVILEGE THROUGH THE SOFTWARE
(METHOD 1) ............................................................................................- 75 
W E CAN ALSO REMOVE THE ADMIN PRIVILEGE BY PRESSING A KEY
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1 Notice for using
Thanks for purchasing our Fingerprint Time Attendance Terminal. Please refer to this user
manual carefully before using, which helps you improve the efficiency of using this
product.
1.1 Operating environment

Avoid installing the Access Control Device at places where irradiated by strong
light directly. The strong light affects the collecting of fingerprints which would
lead to the failure of the fingerprint authentication.

The operating temperature of Access Control Device is 0℃–60℃ . Avoid the
long-term outdoor usage of the terminal. The normal working of the Access Control
Device will be affected by the long term outdoor usage. If it is necessary to use
outdoor, the sunshade and cooling equipment are recommended in summer and
warm keeping facility is recommended in winter to protect the Access Control
Device.
1.1 Note for Installation
Please go through the installation manual before the install the device. The correct
installation method will lead you finish the successful installation in a short time. If install
in a incorrect way, it will damage the device.
1.
Make sure your power supply is on “OFF” status. Else it may damage the device or
the core part of the device if you turn on the power during the installation.
2.
For all the connection cable, the core should not be exposed for longer than 5MM.
It’s better to use the insulating tape on the connection area, and use different color
cable to differentiate the cables. Refer to the following picture:
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3.
When installing in electrostatic environment or dry weather, Please connect the
GND cable first to avoid the device damage from excessive static electricity.
4.
Please connect the power cable after connecting all other cables. When you
found that the device cannot work normally, please cut off the power and check all
the connection. Note: all wiring operation with live may lead to damage the device.
Warranty does not apply under this damage.
5.
It’s recommended to install the device on height of 1.4 – 1.5Meter.
6.
Please make sure someone is outside the door during you testing the door opening
function to avoid any accident that you cannot open the door.
7.
It’s recommended to use the 12V/2A power supply for this access control device. PS:
it’s recommended to use the 2A/12V DC door lock. If the electric lock spec is lower
than this spec, please consult the engineer. If the power supply does not meet the
above requirement, the lock may not be active normally.
Please strictly follow the “installation manual” to install the device. Otherwise,
any device damage coz the incorrect wiring is not under the warranty.
9.
If the power supply is far from the device, please do not use the Ethernet Cable to
connect the power supply and the device. During installation, please do not install
the power supply far from the access control device, otherwise, the long
transmission distance might cause the voltage attenuation.
10. (Optional) when use the RS485 connection, please use the professional 485
communication cable and the active converter RS485 with bus structure wiring.
When the RS485 transmission distance is longer than 100 meter, need to add a
matching resistance at the beginning terminal and the end terminal of the RS485 Bus.
(R is around 120Ω.)
11. Please refer to the installation manual for more details.
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Chapter 2 Quick Reference
Picture 1 Fingerprint Time Attendance & Access Control
1.1 Key Button
Keypad Layout as below picture:
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Keypad description as below picture:
 ESC
Exit or cancel when in Menu
 MENU
Enter to MENU
 OK
Confirm option
 ⊙
Turn on / Turn off device
 ▲
Page Up
 ▼
Page Down
 0…9
Number, enter the number when operate or
select menu.
 F1
Clock In
 F2
Clock Out
 F3
OT In
 F4
OT Out


Door Bell
1.2 Description of Pressing Fingerprint
Correct pressing method: Press with your finger right on the fingerprint collecting
window, with the fingerprint’s center aligning to the center of the gathering window as
much as possible. Finger pressing method is shown as follows:
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Correct
Too Defective
Too perpendicular
Too Low
Tilting
1.3 Menu
When the device is in standby status, press [MENU] key to the main Menu. If
you need operate specific item, you can press the function key and number key
directly so that you could select the menu and enter the number ect operations
quickly.
[Main menu]
Include 6 items:
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1.User, 2.LogData, 3.U-Disk, 4.Setting, 5.ACS, 6.About.
As the following:
These six menu include second level menu and third level menu, some even
have forth level menu for operating corresponding function.

User Management:
Two submenu are:【Enroll】 &【Delete】
,you can enroll or delete fingerprint,
password and card for the employee. And you can set the admin to allow
whom could enter the device MENU.

Log Data:
Five submenu are: 【View Log】,【Log Setup】,【Message】
、
【Log Info】
、
【t Segment】.
You can check record, setup device and setup notification and so on. More
details please refer to Chapter 4.
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
U Disk
Two submenu are: 【Download】&【Upload】. With these two functions,
you can backup and restore data. More details please refer to Chapter 5.

Setting:
Six submenu are: 【System】,【Comm.】,【Sensor】,【Alarm】,【Power】
、
【S-Test】.
 ASC:
Six submenu are:【D-Lock】,【User Control】,【Hi Jack】,【p Segment】,
【p Group】, 【p Zone】.

About:
From these menu, you can check S/N, manufacture date, the version of the
soft and engine, number of the fingerprint and log for the device.
1.4 Basic Operation
Power On
Connect the device to power cord, then press ⊙ Button( the device is defaulted
Auto Power On, you can setup No for Auto Power On), the LCD shows the
power on interface accompanying with a long music.
Note:This Fingerprint Door Opener applies 12V D/C power.
Menu
Press【MENU】button to main menu, you can then select to enter 【User】【
, Log
Data】,【U Disk】,【Setting】,【ASC】&【About】Menu.
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If the device has been registered admin, user need to be validated
when enter to main menu.
If user could not enter to main menu, the device should be connected
to software and cancelled the admin privilege. (Two methods for removing
privilege, please refer to details from Chapter 9.)
 User
In the main menu, scroll down 【▼】to select [User] menu and press [OK] to
enter(or key in 1 to enter directly). It contains two submenu [Enroll] &
[ Delete], you can enroll or delete fingerprint, card number and password
accordingly.
In the [Enroll] menu, you can register [User ID], [Name], [Role], [Notes].
After logging above information, you can select to register fingerprint,
password, card, fingerprint + password & fingerprint + card.
In the [Delete] menu, you can enter User ID to delete registration. If the
device is setup admin privilege, only admin can delete registration.
Please refer to Chapter 4 for further details.
 Log Data
In the main menu, select [Log Data] by pressing [OK] button. It contains six
submenu, 【View Log】,【Log Setup】,【Message】、
【Log Info】
、
【t Segment】.
Two methods to enter [Log Data] menu:
1> In the main menu, key in 2 ;
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2> In the main menu, press 【▼】 button to select [Log Data] then press [OK]
button.
Six submenus as follows after entering [Log Data]:
【View Log】
:Can query access or manage log by entering the User ID or
fingerprint verification.
【Log Setup】:Can setup numbers for SLog warning and GLog warning,
time(min.) for re-verifying and delete GLog, Slog and enrollment.
【Message】: Can setup 10 group of notice message with specific time and
content, when reach the specific time, the device will notify with sound &
content display accordingly. Can upload notice message by software as well.
【Log Info】: Can query the numbers of all records of the device.
【t Segment】: Can set 24 different duty time for the attendance, such as:
08:00-12: 00 (Duty On); 13:00-17:00 (Duty Off).

U Disk
In the main menu, press 3 directly or scroll down to select [U Disk] by
pressing OK, then enter this menu, and two below submenus display.
Download】and【Upload】
【Download】Can download New Glog, Historic Glog, New Slog, Historic
Slog, All Enroll Info, Personnel Enroll Info, Sound.
【Upload】Can upload All Enroll Info, Personnel Enroll Info, Sound,
Settings and upgrade Firmware.
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 Setting
In the main menu, press 4 directly or scroll down to select [U Disk] by
pressing OK, then enter this menu, and below six submenus appear.
【System】
:Can setup display language, UI-Themes, Date & Time, Date
Format, Volume Level, Admin, User ID Length, Verify Mode and Initiate
Device.
【Comm.】: Can set Device ID, Comm. Key, Port No., IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway, Sever IP, Sever Port No., RS485 Com, Baud Rate & Glog RT
Push.
【Sensor】
:Can auto fingerprint learning and bright adjusting.
【Alarm】
:Can set 24 groups time bells.
【Power】
:Can set Auto Return Time, Power Off Time, Auto Off, Standby
Time(min.), Alarm in Standby, Auto Power On & Enable Shut Down.
【S-Test】
:Can check Sensor, RFID, LCD, Sound, Keyboard working well or
not.
 ACS
In the main menu, press 5 directly or scroll down to select [ACS] by pressing
OK, then enter this menu, and below six submenus appear.
【D-Lock】:Door lock settings.
【User Ctrl】
:User-specific setting.
【Hijack】Settings for the hijack.
【PSegment】Duty time for pass through.
【PGroup】Group time for pass through
【PZone】Zone time for pass through.
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 About(System Info.)
In the main menu, press 6 directly or scroll down to select [About] by
pressing OK, then enter this menu as follows.
NOTE: Fingerprint: For some models, standard is 1000. Some is 2000.
Different models, different fingerprint capacity.
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Chapter 3 User Management
When device in homepage window, press 【MENU】 to enter the device MENU
(if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verification
first.):
Operation: Press 1 or scroll  keys to select [User] and press [OK] button, then
enter to the menu. Two second-level menus are [Enroll] & [Delete] as below.
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3.1 Enroll User
5 validation modes for the Access Control Device: Fingerprint, Password, RFID
Card, Fingerprint + Password, Fingerprint + RFID card.
Every employee can enroll one User ID only. The User ID is the unique marking
for the employee. The User ID from the Device and Software, must be
consistent.
Fingerprint Enroll
Steps:
Refer to the following details:
1. Enter the User window.
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2. Press 1 or scroll down to select [Enroll], enter to [User].
3. Press the number key to enter number, then press [OK] button to complete
the input. Press 【▲】
【▼】 key to select【Name】
【Role】
【Notes】enrollment,
press 【MENU】 button to enter those interfaces and register information.
Such as enroll【Name】, see below illustration.
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4. Press【OK】 button to complete the input and save. Press 【OK】button
again to select validation mode. See below.
【▼】button to select【Finger】.
5. Press 1 or press【▲】
Press the same finger
on the sensor for 3 times. After the device prompts the “Beep Beep Beep” sound,
the device auto save the enrolled info. See below picture.
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6. If need register more finger for this user, press 【OK】button again and repeat
operation of 5. for registering the 2nd and 3rd finger. If need register other
validation mode, press 【ESC】 button to exit to interface and operation of 4.,
like following screen.
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Password Enroll
Same step as 1-4 of above Finger enroll. Same step as 1-4 of above Finger enroll.
See below screens of these 4 steps.
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5. Press 【2】key or press【▲】
【▼】button to select 【Password】enroll. Then
input numbers for the password setting, and press 【OK】button to confirm and
repeat input the numbers. Finally, press 【OK】button to save. See below picture.
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Card Enroll
Same step as 1-4 of above Finger enroll.
See below screens of these 4 steps.
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5. Press 【3】key or press【▲】
【▼】button to select 【Card】enroll. Put the
card on the sensing area, the device detects the card and shows card number,
when the device plays DDD sound, means the device saves the card
automatically. See below screen.
Notes:
 If you don't enroll any admin to the device, so anybody could enter the device
MENU to change the settings. If you’ve enroll the admin to the device, only admin
could enter the MENU after get through the admin validation.
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 [Manager] has the highest authority, you can operate all functions of the device
MENU.
 【Log Query】can only enter the MENU – Log Data menu (including check the
attendance logs and delete the attendance logs) and [Device Information].
 【Registrar】 can only enter the MENU – User to enroll new user and delete the
user info.
When query enrolled user ID, you only need to input the latest non-zero
number(s). E.g., ID 0000000050, you can just key in “50”. In addition, you
can go through the validation mode to enter the user ID.
FP+ Password Enroll
Step 1-5 are same as Fingerprint Enroll. See below screens of these 5
steps.
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6. After registering fingerprint successfully, press 【ESC】button, then
the device switches to “Password Input”. (If press【OK】button after
registering the first fingerprint, means continues to register more
fingerprint. Details operation please refer to Chapter4).
Screen for Password Input as follows:
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Fingerprint + Card Enroll
Same step as 1- 5 of above Finger enroll. Same step as 1-5 of above Finger
enroll.
Please see below screens of these 5 steps.
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6. After registering fingerprint successfully, press 【ESC】button, then
device prompts “ present card”. (If press【OK】button after registering the
first fingerprint, means continues to register more fingerprint. Details
operation please refer to Chapter 4).
Put the card on the sensing area, the device detects the card and shows card
number, when the device plays DDD sound, means the device saves the card
automatically. See below screen.
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3.2. Delete Enroll
Tips: the Access Control Device has the max capacity for the fingerprint
enrollment. When it comes to the max, there’s a warning from the device.
When the employee resigns, please delete his/her enroll info.
Follow below steps to operate the [Delete].
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Get the User ID you need to delete by “validation” or press the number key,
click the 【OK】【OK】to confirm the delete.
3.3 User Authentication

Fingerprint verify
Verify the fingerprint in 1:N mode. Press the finger on the sensor directly and
correctly.
When verify successfully, device voices prompt “Thank you”. And display
“Verify OK” on LCD. If fail, it prompts “Press again” by display and voice at
the same time.
.

Password verify
In the homepage window, press number key to enter the ID number and
press【OK】button, then input the password and press 【OK】button to
confirm.
When verify successfully, device voices prompt “Thank you”. And display
“Verify OK” on LCD. If fail, it prompts “Incorrect Password” by display and
voice at the same time.
 Card verify
Present card on the Card induction area.
When verify successfully, device voices prompt “Thank you”. And display
“Verify OK” on LCD. If fail, it prompts “Invalid card” by display and voice at
the same time.
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4 Chapter 4 Log Data
When device in homepage window, press 【MENU】 enter the device MENU (if
you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verification first.),
 【Log Data】:
4.1. View Log (Query Log)
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
View GLog
(check attendance logs)
【View GLog】 【OK】  Enter the User ID in the window 【OK】
to confirm.

View Slog
【View SLog】 【OK】  Enter the User ID in the window 【OK】
to confirm.
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Slog: is the records of people that enter the MENU and record of the
MENU operation. Each time, the admin enter the MENU, and change the
settings, it will keep a record of this operation.
Form 1 Description for the Slog
Item
Description
Item
Description
V-F
Fingerprint verify
CI
Clock In
V-P
Password verify
CO
Clock Out
V-FP
FP+ RFID Password verify
OI
Over time IN
V-C
RFID Card verify
OO
Over time OUT
V-FC
FP + Card verify
O
OUT
V-FPC
FP+ Password+ ID Card Verify
I
BACK
AA
Duress verify
U1
Definition 1
N
Attend
U2
Definition 2
Form 2 Description for GLog
Item
Description
Item
Description
E_U
Enroll user
D_GL
Delete Glog
E_SM
Enroll super admin.
D_SL
Delete admin log
E_EM
Enroll registrar
D_EL
Delete all enroll
E_VM
Enroll log query
S_S
System setting
E_DF
Delete fingerprint
S_T
Time setting
E_DC
Delete card
S_L
Log setting
E_DP
Delete password
S_C
Comm. setting
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4.2. Log Setup
Log Setup description
Item
Description
Slog
(admin.
warning)
wrn
Log
Glog
(attendance
warning)
wrn
log
RE-verify (min.)
Admin log capacity is 1000, when it rest 100, and admin
enter the MENU, device will prompt “Slog overflow”.
The Slog Wrn is defaulted to “100”, we can press 【OK】to
change it.
Attendance record capacity is 50,000. When it rest 1000,
and employee verify, it will prompt “GLog overflow”.
The “GLog wrn” is defaulted to “1000”. We can press
【OK】to change it.
Interval time for the same User ID to take the attendance.
It’s defaulted to 3mins. Max is 255mins. If we set it to
3mins, that means we cannot take the attendance more than
1 time in 3 mins.
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GLog Delete
Delete all attendance records in the device. Please backup
the data by USB flash drive or software first, before you
delete them.
Slog Delete
Delete all the admin MENU operation records.
Delete Enrolls
Delete all the enroll info on the device, including the
fingerprint, RFID card no, etc.
4.3. Message
Select the message group by pressing the【▲】
【▼】button. See below picture.
Press【▲】 or 【▼】button to select the message, then press 【OK】button to
confirm the revision.Then key the numbers button or press 【▲】
【▼】to revise,
press 【OK】 button to confirm the change. After setting the message, you need
press 【⊙】button to and press 【ESC】, the setting is saved then.
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4.4 Log Info
Menu
Log Data
Log Info

User: user amount that already enrolled in the device.

Admin: admin amount that already enrolled in device.

Fingerprint: fingerprint amount that already enrolled in device.
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
RFID card: RFID card amount that already enrolled in device.

GLog: attendance records that stored in the device.

Slog: admin menu operation log amount.
4.5 T Segment
tSegment (Clock in/clock out status on homepage) it is the setting for the
device auto change the status Clock in, Clock out, overtime in, overtime out,
etc. status on the homepage. And this status will be along with the attendance
records on the software report.
Press ▲、▼ keys or dial in number to select the item and press 【OK】to change
the status according to your requirement  press 【OK】to esc the settings.
Device will auto save the settings.
For example: when I set it to 8:00-9:00 CLK-IN, the device homepage will
shows “CLK-IN” during 8:00-9:00.
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Chapter 5 U Disk
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】to enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.)  【U-Disk】:
5.1 Download:
Plug the USB flash drive to the device  U-Disk  download:
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
New GLog
Download the new attendance records that have never been download
before. When finish downloading, there’s a “LogData” folder on your USB flash
drive. And in this folder, there’s a file “NewGlog_0001_20130216110320.csv”.
the file name would be changed according to different date.

Historic GLog
Download all the attendance records that stored in the device. When finish
downloading, there’s a “LogData” folder on your USB flash drive. And in this
folder, there’s a file “HisGLog_0001_20130216.csv”. the file name would be
changed according to different date.

NEW Slog
Download the new admin menu operation logs that never been downloaded
before. Download the latest management records, When finish downloading,
there’s a “LogData” folder on your USB flash drive. And in this folder, there’s a
file “NewSlog_0001_20130216110320.csv”. the file name would be changed
according to different date.

Historic Slog
Download all the admin menu operation logs that stored in the device. When
finish downloading, there’s a “LogData” folder on your USB flash drive. And in
this folder, there’s a file “HisSLog_0001_20130216.csv”. the file name would be
changed according to different.

All Enroll Info
Download all the enroll info on the device, including the fingerprint, RFID card
no., etc. When finish downloading, there’s a “UserData” folder on your USB
flash drive. And in this folder, there’s a file “AllEnrollData.fps”.

Personnel enroll info
Download personnel enroll info. For example, Amaris 00000000001, after
downloading Amaris’s enroll info, there’s a “UserData” folder on your USB
flash drive. And in this folder, there’s a file “OD_000000000000000001.db”.
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5.2 Upload
Plug the USB flash drive to the device  U-Disk  upload:

All Enroll Info
Upload the enroll info data on the USB flash drive to the Access Control device.

Personnel Enroll Info
Upload someone’s enroll info from the USB Flash Drive to the Access Control
device. After upload successfully, the device LCD will display his/her User ID.
For example, 00000000001, it upload USER=1 enroll info..

Sound Upload
Upload the sound from the USB Flash Drive to the Access Control device.

Upload Settings
Upload the settings from the USB Flash Drive to the Access Control device.
Note: It may cause damage with this operation, be carefully to use this
function.

Firmware Upgrade
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Upgrade the firmware to the device via the USB Flash drive. Before upgrade,
please backup the enroll info and attendance records of the device. This action
may cause the device clear up all the info on the device.
Note: there’s risk for upgrade the firmware. If you are not profession, it’s
suggested not to upgrade the firmware. During upgrade, you must keep the
device energized – power on, cannot enter the MENU, cannot plug off the USB
Flash drive before finish the upgrade. Else, it would damage the device and may
cause the device could not power on.
5.3 Download/Upload the data by the Attendance Management
Software
Details please refer to user manual of the Attendance Management Software
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Chapter 6 Setting
6.1 System
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.),  Setting】【Setting】:
NOTE: Press ▲or▼ keys to select the item, and press【OK】to enter the setting
window.

Language
Form 3 LCD display Language Setting
Item
Description
language
Set device LCD display language
Defaulted
English

UI-theme (optional)
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Form 4 UI- Themes settings Descriptions
UI-Theme
settings
Background
Time Font
Set
title
main
Set standby
title
Main
color
title
Time color
Descriptions
There’s defaulted to be 3 different background
here. And it’s defaulted to be the NO.2
background.
There’s defaulted to be 3 different time font.
And it’s defaulted to be the NO.3 font.(the time
showing on the home page of the LCD)
Set the title of the LCD homepage. It’s
defaulted to “Welcome” on the top left corner of
the LCD homepage.
Set the title of the standby page.
Set the color for the LCD homepage title bye
modifying the RGB color value. (that is change
the color of the “Welcome” color)
Set the color for the time (hour and minute font
color) by modifying the RGB color value. Such
as, the time is 11:12:35 now, and this item will
change the color for the 11:12
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Second
color
Date color
Week color
Lunar color
Menu
color
Set the color for the time (second font color) by
modifying the RGB color value. Such as, the
time is 11:12:35 now, and this item will change
the color for the 35.
Set the color for the date (date font color) by
modifying the RGB color value. Such as, the
date is 2012/11/14
WED now, and this item
will change the color for the 2012/11/14.
Set the color for the date (week font color) by
modifying the RGB color value. Such as, the
date is 2012/11/14
WED now, and this item
will change the color for the WED.
The lunar item only defaulted for the Chinese
devices. Others language are defaulted to NO.
title
Set the color for the title of the submenu by
modifying the RGB color value.
Menu item
color
Set the color for the item name of the submenu
by modifying the RGB color value.
Set the color for the selected item.
Example: we select “1.System”, so the color is
different from other items.
Checked
color
V-ID color
V-name
color
V-message
color
Set the color for the ID number when in
attendance.
Set the color for the employee name when in
attendance.
Set the color for the message. (Available for
some models only.)
The message will show in the following window
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during attendance. for example
Birthday!”, the defaulted color is blue.

Standby
Bg-color
Set the standby background color.
Standby
Font-color
Set the color for the font in standby
background.
Date & Time
Form 5
Item
Date & Time

“Happy
Date & Time Setting
Description
Set the correct date and time according
to your local time zone.
Date format
Form 6 Time Format Setting Description Table
Item
Time format
Description
Set Time format: YMD, DMY,MDY.
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Default

Y/M/D
Volume Value
Form 7 Volume value setting
Description
Item
Volume value
Volume from 0-6
default
3

Admin. amount
Table 8 Total amount for the admin
Description
Item
Admin.
Max amount for enroll the admin on device. Max:10
Default
5

User ID Length
Form 10 User ID length
Description
Item
User ID Length
Set the User ID length, you could set from 1-18.
Default
11

Verify mode
Item
Verify mode
Default

Table 11 Verify Mode
Description
F / C: can use fingerprint or card for verify.
F + C: must use fingerprint and card together.
C: can use card verify only.
Any (could be Fingerprint / Card)
Initial
Item
Table 12 Initial device
Description
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Initial
When initial the device, it will clear up all the data from
device, including the enroll info and the attendance
records.
6.2 Comm.When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】
enter the device MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through
the admin verify first.),  【Setting】【Comm.】:

Device ID
Form No. 13 Device ID.
Description
Item
1~9999
Set fingerprint door openers identification number.
Default
1
Note: Device ID is the unique mark for different Access Control Devices.
When you need to connect your software to more than 1 device, the Device ID is
the mark for different devices. And differentiate the data and records from different
devices.

Com. key
Item
0~99999999
Form 14 Comm. Key setting
Description
Set TCP / IP communication access password.
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default

0 (means no password)
Port NO. (optional)
Item
Form 15 TCP / IP port number settings
Description
1~65534
Set device TCP / IP communication port.
Default
5500
Note: when you connect software to the Access Control Device, need to put
this port to the software connection setting. Else, it cannot connect successfully.

IP address (optional)
Form 16 IP Address Setting
Item
Description
192.168.1.225
Set the IP address for TCP/IP communication
default
192.168.1.225
Note: The IP address of device must be unique on your local LAN.

subnet mask (optional)
Item
Form 17 subnet mask Description Table
Description
255.255.255.0
Set subnet mask for the TCP/IP communication.
default
255.255.255.0

default gateway (optional)
Item
Form 18 Default Gateway Setting
Description
192.168.1.1
Set default gateway for the TCP/IP communication.
default
192.168.1.1
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Note: The subnet mask and default gateway must be corresponding to your
local LAN subnet mask and default gateway.

server IP(optional )
Form 19 servers IP Setting
Item
Description
192.168.1.083
Set the server IP address.
when you need to use the UDP – real-time
monitoring function, need to set your computer IP
address to the “Server IP”. For example, my
Computer IP is 192.168.1.160, and I need to
connect software from my computer to the device,
and use the UDP function, so I need set Server IP=
192.168.1.160. please refer to push technology
description for more details.
192.168.001.083
default

server port (optional)
Item

Description
0~65534
Server port for TCP/IP communication
default
5055
RS485(optional)
Item
Form 20 RS485 communication setting
Description
YES/NO
Enable RS485 or not
default
NO

baud rate (optional)
Item
Form 21 Baud Rate Setting
Description
9600
Baud rate for TCP/IP communication
19200
Communication port baud rate is set to19200bps
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38400
Communication port baud rate is set to38400bps
57600
Communication port baud rate is set to57600bps
115200
Communication port baud rate is set to115200bps
default
115200

GLog RT Push (optional)
Form 22 Live Upload Settings Description Table
Item
Description
RS485/UDP
Support real time upload or not
default
NO
6.3 Sensor
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.),  【Setting】 【Sensor】:

Automatic learning
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Form 23 sensor setting
Description
Item
YES
Device will auto refresh user’s fingerprint to the latest.
default
YES

Auto bright
When the Device is being using for a long time, and the sensor is not sensitive as
beginning, we can use this sensor to adjust it.
6.4 Alarm
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.),  【Setting】 【Alarm】:
Timing bell Settings: set a time, and the device will ringing at that time.
Method 1 :
Select the group by the key ▲, ▼ and set the time according to your
requirement.
For example, I set it Time=11:45 cycle=Day, Delay=005. So every day the
device will ring for 5 seconds at 11:45.
Method 2 :
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We could connect the device to the software and set it through the software:
Device management – add device – device control – bell and set the time and
upload to the device.
6.5 Power
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.),  【Setting】【Power】:

Auto return time (seconds)
Item
5~255
default

Description
For example, we set it to 25 seconds. When you enter the
MENU and 25seconds without any operation, the device
will ESC the menu to the Homepage of the LCD
automatically.
9
Power off time
You could set 24 shutdown times.
For example, when you set it to 19:00, the device will shut down at 19:00
automatically.
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
Auto off
Item
Description
0~255(min)
When set it to 50mins, the device will turn off after
turn on for 50minutes.
default
No

Sleep Time (min)
Item
Description
0~255(min.)
Set how many minutes after the door opener still goes to
sleep
Factory setting
No

Alarm in sleep mode
Item
Description
YES
When the device is on standby mode during the alarm
time, enable the alarm or not?
default
Yes

Enable shutdown
Item
Yes
default
Description
Enable the power key or not? When you disable it, and
people press the power key“ESC", s/he cannot turn on the
device.
yes
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6.6 S-Test
When device in homepage window, press 【MENU】 to enter the device MENU
(if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify first.),
 【Setting】 【S-test】:

Check Sensor
Move the cursor to the “Check Sensor” and press “OK” to check the sensor.
Press the finger on the sensor according to the LCD tips. When there’s the
fingerprint image on the LCD, that means the sensor works well.

Check Card
Move the cursor to the “Check RFID Card” and press “OK” to check the RFID
detection. Put the RFID card on the detection zone according to the LCD tips.
When the RFID numbers shows on the LCD , that means the RFID function
works well.

Check LCD
Move the cursor to the “Check LCD” and press “OK” to check the LCD. Check
the LCD color according to the tips. When all the color matches the LCD tips,
that means the LCD works well.

Check Sound
Move the cursor to the “Check Sound ” and press “OK” to check the sound.
Check if there’s the sound comes out, if yes. That means the speaker works well.
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
Check keyboard
Move the cursor to the “Check Keyboard” and press “OK” to check the
keyboard. Press the keyboard according to the LCD tips.
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Chapter 7 ACS
When device in homepage window, press 【MENU】to enter the device MENU
(if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify first.),
 【ACS】:
7.1. D-Lock
(door lock)
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU/OK】 to enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify
first.),  【ACS】【D-lock】 :
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
Open delay
Item
Description
1-255
open delay(s)
After this value, the device send a close door signal to the door.
No
Device sends out the close door signal immediately after sending
out the open door signal.
5
default


Check door status
Item
Description
YES
NO
Detect door sensor status. (if need to set a time out
alarm/ illegal open alarm, need to set “check door
status” to “YES”)
Not detect door sensor status.
default
NO
Open overtime alarm
Item
Description
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1-255


No
Detect the door sensor status within the setting time. If the door
sensor status is not same as the door sensor setting status,
Device will send out a alarm signal.
For example, if we set it to 5s, when door keep open for more than
5s, the device will send out an alarm. And the Alarm that
connected to the “ALM0” and “ALM1” will be active.
No alarm signal.
default
No
Illegal open alarm
Item
Description
1-255
No
Detect the door sensor status within the setting time. If the door
sensor status is not same as the door sensor setting status,
Device will send out a alarm signal.
For example, if we set it to 1s, when door is opened illegally for 1s,
the device will send out an alarm. And the Alarm that connected to
the “ALM0” and “ALM1” will be active.
No alarm signal.
default
No
Enable Relay Alarm
Item
Description
Yes
When set to [Yes], the timing bell will send to the connected
external alarm which is connected to the “ALM0” and “ALM1”.
The timing bell can be ringing in the device speaker only. It cannot
send the signal to the external alarm.
No
No
Factory setting
Note: ALM0 & ALM1 can connect to one equipment only. For example: when
this interface is connected to the Belling, the “Fire alarm” function will not be active.
If you need connect to the fire alarm, please set the “external bell” to “NO

Fire alarm
Item
Description
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No
Set to “YES”, and the interface “CTL1” connect to the fire alarm
(low-level input).
Device will open the door automatically and send out the signal
to the alarm that connected to the “ALM0” and “ALM1”.
(NOTE: the open delay cannot set to “NO”)
This function is disabled.
default
No
YES

Wiegand
Item
Description
26
Wiegand 26 signal on Wiegand 26 interface.
34
Wiegand 34 signal on Wiegand 34 interface.
66
Wiegand 66 signal on Wiegand 66 interface.
default

34
Auto. unlock lock 1 pGroup
Description: After verifying, in the available passing through time, the Lock 1
will keep open / keep closed. Please refer to the installation manual for the
NO/NC lock connection.
Item
1—30
Description
It’s the pass through group
Default

No
2ND Lock
Item
Open
Door
Delay
Enable
Magnetic door
Detect
Default
Option
5
0—255
Time from unlock to lock
No
Yes/No
Yes – Enable this function;
No – Disable this function
Remark: when this item is enable,
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Open overtime
alarm
No
Yes/No
Illegal Open
Alarm
No
Yes/No
Auto. Unlock2
pGroup
No
0 - 30
open door overtime and illegal open
are effective.
Yes – Enable this function;
Enable condition: door magnet
detection is [Yes].
No – Disable this function.
Yes – Enable this function;
Enable condition: door magnet
detection is [Yes].
No – Disable this function.
Select the no. of pGroup.
Remark: Inner lock2 in the pZone of
the
pGroup
is
normally
closed/normally open.
Note: When reader/slave connect to the AC terminal and need setup auto.
control for lock2 by reader/slave, please refer to below summary for the operation
and ensure the setting for AC terminal and the connection with the reader/slave
correctly.
Setti
ng
Reader/Slave
Input Wiegand group0
to unlock
mast
er
Reader/Slav
e
Reader/Slav
e
Reader/Slave
Input
Wiegand
group1 to
unlock
Input
Wiegand
group2 to
unlock
Input
Wiegand
group3 to
unlock
Lock2 : slave and AC
terminal unlock
Lock1:Slave/AC
terminal unlock
Lock2:
Lock1: AC terminal
Lock2: No
Slave
Mast
er/Sl
ave
Sum
AC terminal
unlock
unlock
Lock2: Slave unlock
Lock1:Slave/AC
terminal unlock
Lock2:Slave/AC
terminal unlock
Lock1:Slave/AC
terminal unlock
Lock2:Slave/AC terminal unlock
Wiegand group0 and
Wiegand group1-3 and lock1:
Lock1: AC terminal
unlock
Lock1: AC terminal unlock
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mary:

lock1:Slave and
AC
terminal both could
unlock
Wiegand group0 and
lock2: Lock2 as “Slave”:
invalid;
Lock2 as “Master”:
Slave and AC terminal
both could unlock
AC terminal could unlock
Wiegand group1-3 and lock2: Lock2 as
“Master”: AC terminal could unlock;
Lock2 as “Slave”: Slave could unlock
Lock control
Item
Description
status
Displays the current state of the lock settings
Lock control
Default to " master" (" slave " invalid, do not set)
NO
Normally open
NC
Normally closed
Normal
Normal status
 Linkage
Content
Master
Open
Door
Slave
Master/Slave
Description
When AC terminal as [Master], port CTL2 connect the
device of linkage signal (with low level),the AC terminal
enable lock port COM1/NC1/NO1.
Remark: Open overtime could not set as NO.
When AC terminal as [Master], port CTL2 connect the
device of linkage signal with low level),the AC terminal
enable lock port COM2/NC2/NO2.
Remark: Open overtime could not set as NO.
When AC terminal as [Master/Slave], port CTL2
connect the device of linkage signal(with low level),the
AC terminal enable lock port COM1/NC1/NO1 and
COM2/NC2/NO2 at the same time.
Remark: Open overtime could not set as NO.
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(factory
default):No
Master
Alarm
Disable the function
Connect to ALM10/ALM11 for output alarm
Slave
Connect to ALM20/ALM21 for output alarm
Master/Slave
Port ALM10/ALM11 and port ALM20/ALM21 output
alarm at the same time
(factory
default):No

Disable the function
Anti-Pass Back
Content
Description
Master
AC terminal (call A in below) as Master, connect to
another AC terminal/reader(call B in below) which is as
Slave. Then the lock only can be released by one to one
validation.
Relationship between A and B: A validate to unlock  B
validate to unlock A  B. Once A validate to unlock, B
does not validate for unlock, then A could not validate next
time.
Slave
Set AC terminal as Slave and as B.
No
Disable this function
Factory Default
No
 Multi-Open
Content
Description
Yes
Enable this function
Factory Default
No
 Multi-Open Setting
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Content
00
...
Range
Description
000-999
See detail in below brief
description
...
09
000-999
See detail in below brief
description
Factory Default
000(for all)
Disable this function
Brief Description:
a)
Lock total have 10 combinations, from 0 to 9.
b)
The whole figure standards for a combination, the range is from 0 to 999.
For example: combination 156, it includes group 1, group 5 and group 6, the
door only could be accessed when at least one member of these three
groups validate at the time. If set 651 for the combination, is it’s same as 156,
these 3 groups are not limited by sequence.
c)
Another example: Like combination 78 and 7; when it’s 78, one member of
group 7 and group 8 respectively validate at the same time for door access;
When 7, anyone from group 7 validates to access door successfully.
d)
If the combination of repeat group number, anyone of the group could access
the door by validation. For example: Combination 666 and 33; 666 belongs
to members of group 6, then the door could be accessed when any 3
members from group 6 validate at the same time; 33 one is door could be
accessed when any 2 members from group 3 validate at the same time.
e)
Group 0 could not be used for combination. When user does not set any
group, the AC terminal default as 0; if the combination with 0, 0 will be
omitted.
f)
[Multi-Open] function defaults Lock 1 and this AC terminal for valid
validation. If you need connect to Lock 2, reader or other more AC terminals
for multi-open setting, please refer to below table.
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Multi-Open
Connect to
Lock 1
Lock 2
Setting
Reader/Slave
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—unlock
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—unlock
No
AC terminal--unlock
Slave
AC terminal--unlock
Master
AC terminal--unlock
Master/Slave
AC terminal--unlock
Lock 2
setting
AC terminal
Reader/slave
AC terminal
--invalid
AC terminal
--invalid
AC terminal
--invalid
AC terminal
--invalid
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
AC terminal+ reader--unlock
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
AC terminal+ reader--invalid
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
AC terminal+ reader--unlock
reader+ AC terminal—invalid
Slave
Connect to
Lock 2
AC terminal
Master
Master/Slave
Slave
Remark: Invalid is could not unlock the door.
7.2 User control
When device in homepage window, press the【MENU】 enter the device MENU
(if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin verify first.),
 【ACS】【User Ctrl】 :
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Setting
User Control
User group
Validity
period
Begin
End
Locks
Permission
Default
setting
0000000000
1
0
No
2010/01/01
00:00
Description
Set the settings to the selected User ID.
Set the current User ID to a Pass group.
Manager could set the “ACS”
“pSegment””pGroup”and”pZone” according to the
requirement.
Select [Yes]. And active the access control to the
current User ID.
The user's valid range.
2090/12/31
00:00
Master-slave
(options are
divided into:
Master,
slave,
master-slave
, and no.)
Determine whether the user has the privilege to open
the door.
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7.3 Hi-Jack
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 to enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin
verify first.),  【ACS】【Hijack】 .See below picture.
Item
Default
Enable
anti-Hijack
No
Hijack FP NO.
2
Open
Yes
Alarm
No
Description
Enable anti-hijack or not
For example: Amaris (ID=001), enroll 5
fingerprint. And when she registered
the
second
fingerprint
(00000000001-2), this fingerprint I the
Hijack FP. When we enable the
anti-hijack function on the Access
Control Device, and some stranger
forced her to open the door, she use
the NO=2 fingerprint to verify. The
device will mark this record as the
anti-hijack. If we enable the alarm, the
device will send out a signal to the
alarm
When people use the hijack fp to verify,
the door will open or not?
When people use the hijack fp to verify,
the Access control device will send out
a signal to the alarm?
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If we set it to “YES”, then the device
will send out the alarm signal, and the
alarm connected to “ALM0”&”ALM1”
will be active.
7.4 pSegment
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 to enter the device
MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through the admin
validation first.),  【ACS】【pSegment】 .See below picture.
According to users’ access control rule, you can set up total 32 groups for access
from group 0 – 31.
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Note: it’s not editable for the group0 and group 31. Group0: 00:00-23:59 (it
means it’s available to pass through all day long). Group31:00:00-00:00 (it means
it’s unavailable to pass through all day long).
00.
00:00-23:59
01.
6:00-9:00
02.
11:00-14:00
03.
17:00-19:00
…
Pass-time 31
…
00:00-00:00
7.5 P Group
There’re 32 groups (0-31 groups) for pass group. Every pass group can set with 10 pass
Segment.
Select any Group NO. and press 【MENU/OK】to set the 10 p.segment to that pass group.
Note: in the selected Group, you can press 【MENU/OK】to set different p.segment
to it. Group0 and Group31 are not editable. 10 P.Segment set to Group0 is
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P.Segment0(00:00-23:59), that means can pass through all day long.
10 P.Segment set to
Group31 is P.Segment31(00:00-00:00), that means cannot pass through all day long.
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
…
P.Seg
P.Segm
P.Se
P.Seg
P.Seg
P.Segm
…
ment0
ent0
gme
ment
ment
ent0
nt0
0
0
P.Seg
P.Segm
P.Se
P.Seg
P.Seg
P.Segm
ment1
ent2
gme
ment
ment
ent31
nt6
7
31
P.Seg
P.Segm
P.Se
P.Seg
P.Seg
P.Segm
ment2
ent4
gme
ment
ment
ent31
nt6
31
31
P.Seg
P.Segm
P.Se
P.Seg
P.Seg
P.Segm
ment2
ent3
gme
ment
ment
ent31
nt4
5
6
…
…
…
…
3
P.Seg
P.Segm
P.Se
P.Seg
P.Seg
P.Segm
1
ment31
ent31
gme
ment
ment
ent31
nt31
31
31
…
7.6 PZone
P.Zone, we could set 32 P.Group to every P.Zone. and in every P.Zone, there’s setting for
Monday to Sunday.
We could set different P.Zone according to different requirement.
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Select any PZone NO. and press 【MENU/OK】to set the p.Group to that pass
Zone.
Note: in the selected P.Zone, you can press 【MENU/OK】to set different
p.Group to it. p.Zone0 and p.Zone31 are not editable. P.Zone0 : 7days set to
p.Group0, means can get through all the whole week.
P.Zone31 : 7days set to
p.Group31, means cannot get through all the whole week.
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
P.Zone 0 P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group
0
P.Zone 1
0
0
0
0
0
0
P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
P.Zone 2 P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group
31
2
2
2
2
2
31
P.Zone 3 P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
…
P.Zone
31
P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group P.Group
31
31
31
31
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How to set the pass through time to the Users?
We could set the pass through time to different users according to different
requirement, so we could have strict limit that which users can get through the
door at what time.
For example:
User A. work for night shift all the week, she cannot get through the verification
at day time.
User B. normal work at day shift, can get through during his working time.
Saturday & Sunday rest.
User C. work for day shift all the week, cannot get through the verification at
night.for the entire week on duty day and cannot access in night.
No.
P.Zone
Pass through time
A
1
00:00-9:00;17:00-23:59
B
2
6:00-9:00;11:00-14:00;17:00-19:00
C
3
6:00-19:00
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Chapter 8 Device Information
When device in homepage window, press the 【MENU】 to enter the
device MENU (if you’ve set the admin to the device, need get through
the admin verify first.),  【ACS】【About】
Item
Description
S/N
Device serial number
Date
Equipment production date
Addr
Device MAC address
Soft
Device firmware version
Engine
Device Algorithm version
Fingerprint
Device Fingerprint capacity
General Log
Device record capacity
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Chapter 9 FAQ
1.

How to remove the admin privilege on the device menu?
We could remove the privilege through the software (Method 1)
It’s recommend that enroll at least 2 admin to the device. so when lose one
admin, still can enter the menu of the device.
When you lose the only one admin, and cannot enter to the Device MENU,
please connect the device to the software, and cancel the privilege on the
software.
Details:
1) Connect the device to the software through the USB connection. (if
your device supports TCP communication, you could use the TCP
connection also.)
2) Run the software, enter the “Device Management” window, connect
the device to the software, and click “Cancel privilege”, as the
following:
When you need to enroll the admin to the device again, please refer to the
enrollment details above.

We can also remove the admin privilege by pressing a key on the
mainboard. (Method 2)
1) Turn off the device
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2) Open the back case, find the SW2 key on the mainboard.
3)Turn on the device, and press the SW2 key again.
4)And there’s a tips on the LCD now:
And press “OK” to remove the admin privilege.
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