User Manual - SaranaCCTV

User Manual - SaranaCCTV
User Manual
Version 1.1
Date: June 2012
Table of contents
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Instructions
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1.1 Introduction to L5000 . . . .
1.2 List of Installation Accessories .
1.3 Installation Requirements . .
1.4 Front and Rear View . . . .
1.5 Precautions . . . . . . . .
1.6 User Privileges . . . . . . .
1.7 Set Time . . . . . . . . . .
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Other Functions
4.1 Routine Operation Indications
4.2 Administartor Loss Prevention .
4.3 Battery Low Voltage . . . .
4.4 Auto Program Exit / Power Off
4.5 External Power Usage . . . .
4.6 Unlock with Emergency Key .
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Lock Function Information and Settings
3.1 Operation Settings . . . .
3.2 Language Settings . . . .
3.3 Advanced Settings . . . .
3.4 Browse System Information .
3.5 Browse Logs . . . . . . .
3.6 Using USB . . . . . . . .
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Enrolment and Verification
2.1 Enrol an Administrator . . . . .
2.1.1 Enrol a Fingerprint . . . . . .
2.1.2 Enrol a Password . . . . . .
2.2 Enrol a User . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Backup Enrolment . . . . . . .
2.4 Set User Verification and NO Status
2.5 Delete User Data . . . . . . . .
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5.1 Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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1. Instructions
Summary
1.1 Introduction to L5000
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By leveraging the perfect combination of biometrics and cryptography, our fingerprint locks ensure double security through the fingerprint + password unlocking
feature.
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The state-of-the-art Organic LED (OLED) display affords crisp bright readouts and
makes our fingerprint locks intuitive and easy to use. You can simply use our fingerprint locks with ease after following the operation instructions for once.
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Support setting of classified privileges for super administrators, administrators and
ordinary users.
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Support deletion of all or the specified registration data.
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Support firmware upgrade and uploading/downloading of user information and
locking records through a USB pen drive.
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Support offline view of locking records.
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Support accurate display of time and date with annual deviation less than twominutes.
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Support a temporary connection with back-up batteries.
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You can set the fingerprint locks to be in the Normally Open (NO) state in special
cases.
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Support display of the battery charge level and generation of low-pressure alarms.
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Feature an electric clutch handle design which helps effectively prevent the fingerprint lock failure caused by damage to the internal structure as a result of the
forced destruction of the handle.
1.2 List of Installation Accessories
* Ensure to be farmiliar
with all the componenets
before installation
* Do not install in direct
sunlight or bright light
* 0–50°C for optimal performance
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Summary
1.3 Installation Requirements
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The fingerprint lock is applicable to doors of 35–50 mm in thickness. Be sure to list
your special requirements or remarks for fingerprint locks to be installed on doors in
excess of 50 mm in thickness before placing an order.
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The gap between the lock body and the box keep cannot exceed 4 mm; otherwise, you need to adopt a liner plate to ensure the gap between them is not more
than 4 mm, as shown in the following figure:
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Please make sure of the door opening directions and lock body. Assume you are
standing outside and facing a door and then there are four door opening directions: Left inward, left outward, right inward and right outward. Left inward/outward
means the door swings inward/outward with hinges on the left; right inward/outward means the door swings inward/outward with hinges on the right, as shown in
the following figure:
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Ensure the central point of the handle is about 1m above the floor.
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Ensure the marker dot of clutch is right above the clutch.
Summary
* Ensure correct product
order before installation
Marker dot is right above
the clutch
* Take note of tools
Recommended Tools
You may need the following tools while following the instructions to install fingerprint
locks:
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A ruler.
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A marker pen.
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A drilling tool.
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A cross screwdriver.
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1.4 Front and Rear View
Summary
* Be farmiliar with the unit
* Ensure to use 4x new batteries together and do not
mix with old batteries
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ESC key: Press this key to exit current operation and press and hold this key to power
off the fingerprint lock. ESC key doubles as the number key “1”.
Summary
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UP key: This key is used to manually increase (when held, this key will rapidly increase display values) the setup value or navigate among menu options. UP key
doubles as the number key “2”.
* Diiferent keys on the lock
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DOWN key: This key is used to manually decrease (when held, this key will rapidly
decrease display values) the setup value or navigate among menu options. DOWN
key doubles as the number key “3”.
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Start key: This key can be used to start the fingerprint lock; press and hold this key
for three seconds on the initial interface to open the menu options; this key also
doubles as the confirmation (<OK>) key.
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Band switch: If you cannot access the menu options due to the loss of administrators for some reason, proceed as follows: Press and hold the Menu key for three seconds to display the administrator verification, and then turn the Band switch at the
back of the lock to the left or right to open up the menu as a super administrator.
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Status indicator: You can awake the fingerprint lock in dormant state by pressing
the Start key. The green LED indicator blinks when the fingerprint lock operates properly and the red LED indicator is on for three seconds if an error occurs. The green
LED indicator is on for three seconds when an operation succeeds.
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OLED display: The black-and-white OLED display features white graphics or text
against a black background.
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Fingerprint sensor: You can only collect or match fingerprints by pressing your
finger(s) at the fingerprint sensor when the light in the fingerprint sensor window goes
on; otherwise nothing happens when you press your finger(s) at the fingerprint sensor.
Note: When you cannot power off the fingerprint lock due to the exception of program,
press and hold the ESC key to power off and then restart the fingerprint lock. It is not recommended to power off the fingerprint lock by pressing and holding the ESC key when
the fingerprint lock operates normally.
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Emergency interfaces
Keyhole: You can use a mechanical key for emergency door opening. Temporary external power interface: You can adopt an external back-up battery to open the lock in
the event of unlocking failure due to insufficient power supply of the fingerprint lock.
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* Emergency key interface
available.
USB interface
The USB interface is used for firmware upgrade and uploading/downloading of user
information and locking records through a USB pen drive.
1.5 Precautions
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We strongly recommend you to enroll at least one administrator after installing the
fingerprint lock. You must at least enroll one administrator before enrolling ordinary
users.
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Do not remove batteries when matching, enrolling or deleting fingerprints because
the sudden power-down may result in data loss of fingerprint locks. Prior to removing
batteries, make sure the fingerprint lock is not in working state.
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It is recommended to replace the fingerprint lock batteries at least once every six
months to avoid damaging the circuit due to the battery leakage. Do not use batteries with poor quality.
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When installing a fingerprint lock, connect the plug to the socket properly. Improper
connection may lead to fingerprint lock failure.
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* Ensure to enrol administrator for security purposes
1.6 User Privileges
Summary
The user privileges are classified into three types: Super administrators, administrators
and ordinary users.
* Enrol correct people on
correct levels to ensure
security of the unit
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Super administrators: refer to users who have access to all system functions and
modify all system settings.
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Administrators: refer to users who have access to all operations except performing
advanced settings and enrolling super administrators.
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Ordinary users: refer to all users other than the super administrators and administrators. Ordinary users only have access to the fingerprint matching and unlocking
functions.
1.7 Set Time
You need to set the correct date and time on first use of a fingerprint lock in the following steps:
1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
Start key to open up the initial interface, as shown
in the figure on the left.
Note: The “BATTERY ” icon on the initial interface
is the battery icon indicating how much charge
remains. On the top right corner of the initial interface, the display alternates between date and
time every 5 seconds.
2) Press and hold the Menu key for three seconds
to access the menu interface. Press DOWN to select “Options” and press OK to display the setting
interface.
3) Press DOWN to select “System Opt.” and then
press OK.
4) Press OK to select “Date Time”.
5) To modify date or time, press UP/DOWN to move
the cursor to the desired option, and then press UP/
DOWN again to enter correct date or time. Press OK
to save your settings.
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* Correct Date and Time
are neccesary before
operating
2. Enrolment and Verification
Summary
If the fingerprint lock has no administrator, you must at least enroll one administrator
before enrolling ordinary users. To enroll an administrator, proceed as follows:
* Ensure to enrol an administrator on the unit before
enrolling users
2.1 Enrol an Administrator
1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
Start key to open up the initial interface. Press and
hold theMenu key to display the menu interface.
2) Press OK to display the user management interface.
3) Press DOWN to select “Admin Cnt” and then
press OK.
2.1.1 Enrol a Fingerprint
4) Press ▼ to select “Enroll FP” and then press OK.
* Follow the steps correctly
5) Press ▲/▼ to select “Admin Accredit”, and
then select “Supervisor” (Super administrator) or
“Admin” (Administrator). Press OK to confirm your
selection.
6) Press OK to continue.
7) The system by default assigns unused user IDs
from 00001 and you may also manually enter an
unused user ID.
This meter is used to indicate the successful fingerprint enrollment times One
white bar turns black each time when
you enroll a fingerprint successfully.
8) Press the same finger on the fingerprint sensor
three consecutive times by adopting the proper
finger placement mode. The system will prompt
you to save the enrollment information after you
enroll the fingerprint successfully. If enrollment fails,
the system will prompt you to re-enroll your fingerprint.
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Summary
2.1.2 Enrol a Password
4) Press ▼ to select “Enroll Pwd” and then press
OK.
* Password users can be
enrolled if FP is unavailable
5) Press ▲/▼ to select “Admin Accredit”, and
then select “Supervisor” (Super administrator) or
“Admin” (Administrator). Press OK to confirm your
selection.
6) Press OK to continue.
7) The system by default assigns unused user IDs
from 00001 and you may also manually enter an
unused user ID.
8) Input a password by pressing the number keys
and press OK to confirm your input.
9) Input the password again by pressing the number keys and press OK to confirm your input. Press
OK after successful password enrollment to return
to the “New Enroll” interface.
10) Press OK to save the enrolled data and exit the
password enrollment.
* Take Note
Note: A password consists of 6 to 10 digits. You can enroll only one password
for each user ID and repeated passwords are allowed; otherwise, the system
will display the prompt “Password Error”.
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2.2 Enrol a User
Summary
An administrator can enroll only ordinary users, with operation steps as follows:
1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
Start key to open up the initial interface.
* Administrators need to
enrol users
2) Press and hold the Menu key to access the
menu options. The system will then prompt you for
administrator confirmation. Enter the administrator
password or match your fingerprint once. Skip to
step 4 if verification succeeds; otherwise, proceed
to step 3.
3) The system displays the prompt “Error Pwd.” on
the screen and return to the “Admin Affirm” interface for re-verification. The following menu interface is displayed upon successful verification.
4) Press OK to display the user management interface.
5) Press DOWN to select “Enroll User” and then
press OK.
2.3 Backup Enrolment
On the “New Enroll?” interface, if you press ESC to cancel new enrollment, then the
* It is recomended to enrol
more than one finger per
user
PRESS ESC
“Backup Enroll” interface will be displayed, as shown in the figure on the right. The
backup enrollment steps are basically consistent with the new enrollment steps except
that “Backup Enroll” instead of “New Enroll” is displayed on the top of the interface.
Note: 1. It is a wise choice to enroll fingerprints of at least two different fingers for regular
users.
2. If you wish to modify the password after finishing password enrollment, you can replace the original password with the password entered in backup enrollment.
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2.4 Set User Verification and NO Status
Summary
1) Press the Start key to display the initial interface.
The fingerprint sensor is in active state.
* NO - Normal Open
* Use NO if door is handling
high volume traffic, to a
less secure area.
2) Press your finger with fingerprint already enrolled
or enter your password (press OK after entering
password.)
Note: You can only match fingerprints when the
fingerprint lock is in non-NO state.
3) Your ID number will be displayed on the screen
upon successful verification and then you can
hear the unlocking sound. Rotate the handle of
the fingerprint lock within 4 seconds to open the
door. If the NO function is set to “YES” (See 3.1),
the prompts as shown in step 4 and step 5 will be
displayed upon successful verification; otherwise,
no prompt will be displayed.
4) If you press ESC when the system prompts
whether to set the NO function, the fingerprint lock
will be automatically locked. The “Unlocking” icon
on the screen will change into the “Locking” icon
and the system automatically powers off.
5) If you press OK, the interface as shown in the
figure on the left will be displayed, indicating successful NO setting. In the meantime, the buzzer will
beep three consecutive times.
If fingerprint or password verification is unsuccessful, the system will display a prompt
“Please press your finger again” or “Password error”. The parameters “Illegal Cnt.” and
“Illegal Alarm” are set by the administrator. The system will generate an alarm after the
illegal operations reach the specified value. For details, see 3.1.
Note: If the value of the parameter “Illegal Cnt.” is larger than 6, the system will automatically power off if you fail to verify your fingerprint or password 6 consecutive times.
2.5 Delete User Data
Warning:
It is prohibited to power off the fingerprint lock while deleting user data so as to
prevent the program from accidentally deleting other data.
1) Press the start key to power on the fingerprint
lock and then enter the initial interface.
2) Enter the administrator password or fingerprint
once. If the verification succeeds, jump to Step 4;
otherwise, go to Step 3.
3) The system displays the prompt “Error Pwd.” on
the screen and returns to the “Admin Affirm” interface for re-verification. If you pass the verification,
you can access the “Menu” interface.
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* Only administrators can
perform these tasks
Summary
4) Press OK to display the “User Manage” interface.
5) Press ▼ to select “Delete”, and press OK.
6) Press ▲/▼ to select the user ID that you want to
delete and then press OK to confirm your selection. If the user has enrolled his/her fingerprints,
7) Press OK to delete the fingerprints. If the user has
enrolled a password,
8) Press OK to delete the password.
9) Confirm the deletion of this user. Press OK to
confirm the deletion, or press ESC to return to the
“User Manage” interface.
10) After deleting the user data, you can restart
the fingerprint lock and match the deleted fingerprints again to check whether the user data is
deleted for sure.
Note: The administrators (including super administrators) can delete only ordinary users.
To delete an administrator ID, you need to select “Options” RIGHT KEY “System Opt.”
RIGHT KEY “Adv Option” RIGHT KEY “Clr Admin Pri”, and then select “UserManage”
RIGHT KEY ”Delete” to delete the ID.
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* TAKE NOTE
3. Lock Function Information and Settings
Summary
3.1 Operation Settings
Select “Options” RIGHT KEY “Set Opt.” from the main menu to display the following
information:
The options under “Set Opt.” include: Illega Alarm, Illega Cnt., Lock, Verify Mode, Normal Open.
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IllegaAlarm (Illegal Alarm): The fingerprint lock will power off automatically when
the number of consecutive operation failures exceeds the set value. After restart,
its buzzer will sound discontinuously for 30 seconds to generate an invalid operation
alarm and then power off automatically.
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Illega Cnt. (Illegal Operation Count): This parameter is used to set the consecutive
operation failure count. An invalid operation alarm will be generated when the
consecutive failure count exceeds the threshold. Value range: 3–99. Default value:
10.
* Ensure to adjust to clients’
needs
NOTE:The failure count is cumulated when the fingerprint lock is started next time. If the
number of cumulative failures exceeds the threshold, the fingerprint lock will generate
an invalid operation alarm; otherwise, the failure count will no longer be accumulated
after successful unlocking.
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Lock: This parameter is used to set the duration from successful matching to unlocking. Select Lock and press OK to display the Lock interface. Press ▲/▼ to select a
value. Press ESC to exit current interface and save your settings. For this parameter,
its unit of quantity is 1 second and value range is 3–15, that is, 3–15 seconds.
NOTE: The maximum value of this parameter here are standard configurations. If you
need larger parameter values, please consult our commercial representatives or presales technical support engineers.
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VerifyMode: Press OK to display the Verify Mode interface, and press ▲/▼ to select
a value. There are three optional values 0, 1, and 2 that represent different matching modes respectively, and the default value is 1.
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Verify Mode 0: Only the administrator can open the lock, while the unlocking function is disabled for ordinary users.
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Verify Mode 1: This is a default matching mode. Users can open the lock by successfully matching their fingerprints only once.
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Verify Mode 2: This is a dual verification mode. The administrator can open the lock
by successfully matching his/her fingerprint only once, but an ordinary user has to
pass the verification in any two matching modes by using the same ID.
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Normal Open: Press OK to display the Normal Open interface, and press ▲/▼ to select Yes or No. If you select Yes, a prompt will be displayed after unlocking, inquiring
whether you desire to select Normal Open. If you press OK, the system will prompt
you that the NO function is enabled and then power off automatically and immediately. The Normal Open interface is shown as follows:
To disable the NO function, power on the system
and press OK in the Normal Open interface. Then
the system closes the lock and automatically powers off.
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* Ensure correct mode
when installing to bypass
confusion
3.2 Language Settings
Summary
Select “Options” RIGHT KEY “System Opt.” RIGHT KEY “Language” from the main menu
to display the following information:
* Ensure corret language
have been selected
Press OK to display the Language interface, and press ▲/▼ to select a desired language. Press OK to confirm your settings and then press ESC to exit System Opt. When
the system prompts whether to save your settings, press OK and your settings will take
effect after system restart.
Note: Language selection is a non-standard function. If you need this function, please
consult our commercial representatives or pre-sales technical support engineers.
3.3 Advanced Settings
Note: Only the super administrator has the right to perform advanced settings. Select
“Options” RIGHT KEY “System Opt.” RIGHT KEY “Adv Option” from the main menu to
display the following information:
* TAKE NOTE
The options under “Adv Option” include: Reset Opts., Del All Logs, Clear All Data, and
Clr Admin Pri. Select any one of these options and press OK to display the related setting interface. Press OK according to the prompt to confirm your settings and return to
the Adv Option interface, or press ESC to exit current interface without performing any
operation.
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Reset Opts.: This parameter is used to restore the fingerprint lock to factory defaults.
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DelAll Logs: This parameter is used to delete all the verification records from a
memory chip.
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ClearAll Data: This parameter is used to delete all the enrolled fingerprint images,
passwords and records.
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Clr Admin Pri: This parameter is used to change an administrator into an ordinary
user. This function shall be used with caution. It is recommended to register at least
one new administrator in time after clearing the priority of an administrator.
3.4 Browse System Information
Users can browse all the system information, including the enrolled fingerprint
counts, enrolled user, and device information. Select “Sys Info” from the main
menu, and press OK to proceed to the next step and display the following
information:
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* Keep attention to LOGS
Press ▲/▼ to select Free Space Info and then press OK to browse the following information:
Summary
* Free space need to be
monitored if you have
great number of users
Note: Only the fingerprint locks supporting ID cards are configured with the “Reg FPID”
and “Free Space Info” options.
Press ▲/▼ to select Dev Info and then press OK to browse the following information:
3.5 Browse Logs
The fingerprint locks support the offline browsing of unlocking logs, which facilitates users
to check whether there is any exceptional unlocking in time.
Select “Browse Logs” from the main menu to display the following information:
Press ▲/▼ to select a registered number that you want to browse logs and then press
OK to confirm the log date and time:
3.6 Using USB
1) Insert a USB pen drive into the USB interface.
* Ensure to test the USB
device on the unit
2) Select “PenDrive Mng” from the main menu and
press OK. A prompt as shown below is displayed.
3) Press OK in the prompt dialog box to display the following interface:
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Summary
1. Download ATT Logs
1) Press ▲/▼ to select “Dwn AttLog” and then press OK.
When download completes, the following interface is
displayed:
2) Press ESC to return to the initial interface and then remove the USB pen drive. Now
the USB pen drive stores two files: X_attlog.dat (attendance logs) and X_user (where “X”
denotes that the device No. is X).
Tip: If the download succeeds, a prompt “Copy Data Suc” will pop up. If the system displays the prompt “Plug Pen Drive?”, please check whether the USB pen drive is plugged
in properly.
2. Download User Data
User data downloading is similar to the downloading of attendance logs. Press ▲/▼to
select “DwnLoad User” from the “PenDrive Mng” menu. The files user.dat (user information) and template.dat (fingerprint template) will be concurrently downloaded to the
USB pen drive.
3. Upload User Data
Press ▲/▼ to select “UpLoad User” from the “PenDrive Mng” menu and then
press OK. The files user.dat (user information) and template.dat (fingerprint
template) stored in the USB pen drive will be concurrently uploaded to the
fingerprint lock.
Tip: If a user exits with the same ID in the fingerprint lock, the new upload will overwrite
the existing user data; otherwise, the new user data will be directly added.
4. Upgrade Firmware
You can select “Upd Firmware” to upgrade the firmware of a fingerprint lock through
the upgrade files in the USB pen drive.
Note: If you need firmware upgrade files, please contact our technical support engineers. Generally it is not recommended to upgrade the firmware.
Tip: Please do not perform invalid operations (for example, insert or remove the USB pen
drive in a frequent manner or during upload/download) on the USB pen drive, because
it may result in system instability. It is recommended to keep the door open during the
use of the USB pen drive.
4. Other Functions
4.1 Routine Operation Indications
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User operation success indication: The buzzer sounds once and the green LED indicator is solid on for 3 seconds.
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User operation failure indication: The buzzer sounds short tone twice and the red
LED indicator is solid on for 3 seconds.
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Warning indication: The buzzer sounds short tone five times intermittently.
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* Upload can be used if a
pre-enrolment have been
done software with enrolment reader
* Ensure correct version
when enrolling on software
4.2 Administrator Loss Prevention
Summary
To avoid the menu operation failure as a result of loss of administrator, you may take the
following measures: Press and hold the Menu key for 3 seconds to display the administrator verification interface. Then move the band switch on the rear of the fingerprint
lock to the left or right. Now you can access the menus as super administrator for management and operation.
* Manual override on administrator
4.3 Battery Low Voltage
Low Voltage Protection: When the battery meter stays at one bar, the system prompts
you to replace the battery and the battery icon starts flashing. If you press and hold
the Menu key, the system prompts you that you cannot access menus. In addition, the
menus are also inaccessible during use of external power so as to prevent data loss
caused by power instability. When the battery meter stays less than one bar, the battery
shuts itself off automatically.
4.4 Auto Program Exit / Power Off
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically upon successful matching and unlocking.
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The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when you set Yes for the “Normal
Open” option upon unlocking.
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The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when the number of invalid operations
exceeds the threshold. The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when an alarm
is generated for 30 seconds upon restart.
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The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when the supply voltage is lower than
level-3 detection voltage.
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The fingerprint lock powers off automatically if there is no keystroke within 10 seconds on the initial interface.
* Take note of power-off
settings
4.5 External Power Usage
The fingerprint lock supports temporary use of external DC power for fingerprint or
password matching and unlocking, but when connected with an external battery,
the fingerprint lock cannot provide such special functions as enrollment, deletion and
setting, so as to prevent data loss as a result of power instability. As shown in the figure
below, connect a 9V battery to the two access points at the bottom of a fingerprint
lock, regardless of polarity.
* Manual override clocking
- Not adminstrator override
* Use battery to power the
unit for a biometric reading, and to ba able to
change the batteries.
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4.6 Unlock with Emergency Key
Summary
You can open the door using an emergency mechanical key in case the electroniccomponent does not operate.
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Try open the keyhole cover by inserting the sharp end of a ball-pen or screwdriver
with a diameter of less than 3 mm. Remove the cover.
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Insert the emergency key into the keyhole and rotate 90° to unlock.
5. Appendix
5.1 Technical Specifications
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Sensor: Optics sensor without coating
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Capacity: 500 fingerprint images; 100 passwords; 500 users.
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Matching mode: Fingerprint matching, password matching, MF card & ID card
matching.
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Record capacity: 30000
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Resolution: 500 DPI
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Identification speed: ≤ 2 seconds
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False acceptance rate: ≤ 0.0001%
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False rejection rate: ≤ 1%
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Power: Four AA batteries; working voltage: 4.2V–6V.
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Locking count: ≥ 4000 (Four NANFU alkaline batteries)
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Temperature: 0–45°C
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Humidity: 10%–80%
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* Emergency Key provided
to open in case of emergencies
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