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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:
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.
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EMC DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC (EN55022 / EN55024)
Trade Name : iGuard
Model No: FPS110 / LM
iGuard™ LM Series Operation Manual
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User’s Notice
This manual contains detailed instructions and notes on the operation and use of the
product. For your safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the
product. Keep this manual in a handy place for quick reference.
Notes
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•
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the product.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please
contact your local dealer.
Important
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no event will
the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential
damages as a result of handling or operating the product.
No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form or by any means
without the written permission of Lucky Technology Ltd.
Trademarks
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iGuard® is registered trademark of Lucky Technology Ltd.
Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and
might be trademarks of their respective companies. We disclaim any and all
rights to those marks.
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Table of Content
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................................... 1
PRE-INSTALLATION NOTES .................................................................................................................... 1
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................... 1
Power Requirements & Back EMF issue ....................................................................................... 2
When deciding where to install… ................................................................................................... 2
Connect the Power & External Controls......................................................................................... 2
Connect the Electric Door Strike .................................................................................................... 4
Connect the Network ...................................................................................................................... 4
POWER-UP ........................................................................................................................................... 5
CONFIGURATION.............................................................................................................................. 5
Setting the date and time ............................................................................................................... 5
Network Settings ............................................................................................................................ 6
Verifying the Network Connections ................................................................................................ 7
GETTING STARTED .............................................................................................................................. 9
ADDING AND VERIFYING USER WITH SMARTCARD ................................................................................... 9
Adding New User with Smartcard .................................................................................................. 9
Verification with Smartcard........................................................................................................... 10
ADDING & VERIFYING USER WITH FINGERPRINT (OPTIONAL) .................................................................. 10
Adding New User with Fingerprint................................................................................................ 11
Verification.................................................................................................................................... 12
ADDING AND VERIFYING USER WITH PERSONAL PASSWORD .................................................................. 13
Adding User with Personal Password .......................................................................................... 13
Verification with Personal Password ............................................................................................ 14
CHECKING THE ACCESS LOG ............................................................................................................... 14
MASTER AND SLAVE MODE ............................................................................................................. 16
BASIC MASTER / SLAVE CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................. 17
KEYPAD OPERATION......................................................................................................................... 19
THE FUNCTION MENU .......................................................................................................................... 19
Function 1: Add / Update User ..................................................................................................... 19
Function 2: Inactivate ID............................................................................................................... 19
Function 3: Activate ID ................................................................................................................. 20
Function 4: Delete Fingerprint / ID ............................................................................................... 20
Function 5: System Configuration ................................................................................................ 21
Function 6: Set Password ............................................................................................................ 21
Function 7: Shutdown / Reset ...................................................................................................... 22
Function 8: AutoMatch ................................................................................................................. 23
Function 9: Issue / Import Smartcard ........................................................................................... 23
Function 0: Advanced Feature ..................................................................................................... 25
Function A: Test Mode Toggle ..................................................................................................... 29
Function B: Open Door................................................................................................................. 30
THE BACKSPACE KEY .......................................................................................................................... 30
USING THE WEB BROWSER ............................................................................................................. 31
REPORTS............................................................................................................................................ 32
Access Log ................................................................................................................................... 32
Attendance ................................................................................................................................... 33
Daily In / Out................................................................................................................................. 34
EMPLOYEE LIST .................................................................................................................................. 34
List ................................................................................................................................................ 35
Add Employee .............................................................................................................................. 37
DEPARTMENT...................................................................................................................................... 38
Department List ............................................................................................................................ 39
Add Department ........................................................................................................................... 41
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ACCESS CONTROL .............................................................................................................................. 41
Quick Access................................................................................................................................ 42
ADMINISTRATION ................................................................................................................................. 43
Terminal Status ............................................................................................................................ 43
Password Setup ........................................................................................................................... 44
Terminal Setup ............................................................................................................................. 46
Terminal Reset / Shutdown .......................................................................................................... 57
System Clock Setup ..................................................................................................................... 58
In/Out Time Trigger ...................................................................................................................... 59
Holiday Setup ............................................................................................................................... 61
Terminal List ................................................................................................................................. 62
Add Access Log............................................................................................................................ 63
TOOLS ................................................................................................................................................ 65
Exports (XLS) ............................................................................................................................... 65
Exports (TXT) ............................................................................................................................... 67
Export Employee .......................................................................................................................... 67
Backup.......................................................................................................................................... 68
Restore ......................................................................................................................................... 69
Web Camera ................................................................................................................................ 70
APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................................ 72
FINGERPRINT ENROLLMENT ................................................................................................................. 72
ISERVER ............................................................................................................................................. 74
REMOTE DOOR RELAY ........................................................................................................................ 75
Configuration ................................................................................................................................ 76
SUPERMASTER ................................................................................................................................... 78
CONNECTION DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................... 79
Basic Connection.......................................................................................................................... 79
Basic Connection (Large Load).................................................................................................... 80
Remote Relay............................................................................................................................... 81
IGUARD PART LIST .............................................................................................................................. 82
CONTACT INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................... 83
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INSTALLATION
Proper planning is the key to successful implementation of any technology project. While
the iGuard system is very easy to install and operate, there are some things to consider
before you begin installation.
Pre-Installation Notes
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iGuard is designed for indoor use. If you plan to install it outdoors, be aware that
exposing it to water, heat, or other harsh conditions can damage the device and it
may not operate properly.
•
Do not install iGuard next to heat sources or in direct sunlight.
•
For iGuard units equipped with the optional fingerprint sensor, make sure the
iGuard’s back metal panel is properly grounded to earth, to prevent electrical
impulses and shocks from affecting users and the iGuard units.
•
To prevent electrical short-circuits or overload, power the iGuard independently
with the power supply provided. Do not share the power with other device such as
the electric door strike.
•
For security and safety purposes, do not connect the door button to the iGuard
terminals. Instead, connect it directly to the door strike, to avoid failure in case of a
power outage or other emergencies.
•
To increase the security level in access control applications, use the optional
Remote Relay together with the iGuard unit. This device is sold separately, and it
assures that malicious damage to or tampering with the iGuard does not result in a
release of the electric door strike. Please refer to the Appendix for more
information.
•
Make sure the Smartcard Company Code is properly set before assigning any
smartcard to users. This code is a configurable, 4-character code, which is to set
your iGuard system apart from any other iGuard system. Any smartcard with a
code that does not match is not recognized by the system. So once the smartcards
have been assigned, do not change this Company Code. Please refer to the
section “Using the Web Browser Administration Terminal Setup Code
Setting” for more information.
Installation
Determine the location(s) for installing iGuard, external Remote Relay, door strike and
power supply line. Fasten the rear metal panel at the location where the iGuard unit will
be installed. Connect the iGuard unit with the power supply provided.
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Power Requirements & Back EMF issue
iGuard requires DC 12V / 500mA switching power supply. Sharing power with other
devices, such as a door strike, is NOT recommended. This is because the potential back
EMF (Electromotive Force) generated by the door strike may affect the iGuard. If it is
necessary to share it with the door strike, a protection diode (1N4004 type) must be
installed across the 12V power lines to the iGuard. Refer to the Connection Diagram in
the Appendix for more information.
Warning: Use ONLY the power supply provided. Do not use other power supplies since
this may lead to system failure, and poor or unreliable operation.
When deciding where to install…
iGuard is a wall-mounted unit with a miniscule footprint, and can be conveniently installed
anywhere. However, for access control applications, it is recommended that the iGuard
should be installed as close to the door as possible, so that the user can open the door
within the timeout period, which is 5 seconds by default. Also note the following points:
•
•
•
Make sure that air can circulate freely through the ventilation slots.
Do not install the product next to heat-emitting sources, or in a place subject to
direct sunlight and excessive dust.
If fingerprint sensor is used, the Metal Back Panel must be grounded as shown in
the following figure:-
Important: Mounting the Metal Back Panel (for iGuard with the optional fingerprint
sensor). The iGuard comes with a metal panel for mounting on the wall. The panel must
be grounded. By doing so, the static electricity that users emit can be discharged directly
to the ground. This will improve the fingerprint images of users.
Connect the Power & External Controls
iGuard provides easy-access terminals for connections to external controls, including Door
Strikes, Door Sensor, Door Open Switch, and External Alarm.
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Description
1&2
Power (12V DC)
The power requirement is 12V DC, 150mA (idle), 500mA (peak).
Connect it to the power supply provided.
3, 4 & 5
Door Strike
Terminal #3 & #4 are the normal-open (NO) pair, and terminal #4
& #5 are the normal-close (NC) pair. Connect the door strike to
either pair of these terminals according to the type of the electric
door strike.
6&7
Door Sensor (Optional)
This pair provides iGuard the current status of the door (i.e., open
/ close). If the door is left open for over 10 seconds, iGuard will
generate beep sounds to alarm.
8&9
Reserved
Reserved for future use.
10 & 11
External Alarm (Optional)
This pair is for the optional external alarm. In the case that the
device is forced open and removed from the wall during
operation, an internal case switch will connect this terminal pair,
which can optionally sound an external alarm.
RS - 485
(for Remote
Relay only)
Remote Relay Connector
This is to connect the iGuard to the optional Remote Relay unit.
Refer to the Appendix for more detail.
Wiegand
Wiegand Connector
iGuard can be used as an Wiegand Reader. This Wiegand
connector outputs the user ID to another Wiegand device in the
standard 26-bit format.
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Connect the Electric Door Strike
Connect the Electric Door Strike to the Terminal Pair #3 & #4 for normal-open type, or the
pair #4 & #5 for normal-close type.
Internally, these terminals #3, #4 & #5 are connected directly to the internal relay, rating at
12V / 1Amp. If the door strike is within this current limit, it can be directly connected to
these terminals. If the current rating is above 1 Amp, the Remote Relay must be used (to
be discussed in the Appendix).
More details about the door strike connection are given in the connection diagrams in the
Appendix.
The administrator should examine each door that is to be controlled, and determine the
type of door (wood, glass, or metal), the direction it swings, the desired direction to be
controlled (unless the unit will authenticate both directions), and the type of frame (wood
or metal). This information will be helpful for determining the type of lock that is to be
used with the iGuard. Please consult the dealer for more information about magnetic
locks, electric strikes, and other door hardware.
If the system is used solely for Time Attendance purposes, these terminals can be left
disconnected.
Connect the Network
iGuard is designed to be directly connected to the corporate computer network and to the
Internet via the standard RJ-45 cabling. By connecting it to the network, one can manage
& monitor the unit via any standard web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer &
Mozilla Firefox.
The connection is very straightforward as shown in the following picture:
Make sure the computer has installed and has been configured with the TCP/IP Protocols.
iGuard can also be connected directly to the PC via crossover RJ-45 cable.
Note: Please contact iGuard Technical Support at (800) 441-6798 (US Only) or email to
[email protected] (international).
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Power-up
During power up, iGuard will perform a self-test, then it will enter the standby mode as
shown below: Description
LCD Display
1. Power Up – when iGuard is powering-up, it will perform a selftest…
Initializing...
2. After about 10 sec., the device will load the system program…
iGuard Security
Loading.....
3. After loading the system program, iGuard will enter the
Standby Mode and is now ready to set the date, time & the
network settings.
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CONFIGURATION
Setting the date and time
The date and time must be properly set up so that iGuard can time stamp all the access &
time attendance records. Follow these steps to set the system date and time: LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key to enter the
Function Menu. You will be asked to enter the System
Administrator Password.
Enter Password:
_
2. Enter the System Administrator Password (default: 123).
Enter Password:
***_
3. Press the Func key to continue. The function menu will scroll
down slowly as shown.
Press 1:
Add/Update ID
:
Press 5: System
Configuration...
4. Enter 5 to select the System Configuration menu. The
current date is displayed as shown. If necessary, enter the
new date and then press the Func key to continue.
Date (M/D/Y):
08/30/2000
5. After pressing the Func key, the current time is displayed.
Enter the new time then press the Func key to continue.
Time (H:M:S):
13:24:43
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Description
LCD Display
6. The system will then ask for the Terminal ID, which is used to
identify the iGuard in your network. The default ID is “iGuard”.
This ID is important especially if you have more than one unit
installed.
Terminal ID:
_
Note: iGuard can keep the date & time running without power for approximately one day.
There is a software tool for users to synchronize the clock of the iGuard with the desktop
PC (iSetClock.exe), which can be downloaded free of charge in the manufacturer’s
website.
Network Settings
To connect iGuard directly to your corporate network, a device name & an IP address are
required. It is possible to use the DHCP server in the network to dynamically assign the
IP address, but it is suggested that a static IP address be used.
The following procedures describe how to assign the name (i.e., the Terminal ID), the IP
addresses, and other related network settings. Before proceeding the correct settings
should already be obtained from the network administrator.
LCD Display
Description
1. (…continue from step 6 above) Enter the name of the device
(e.g., A123). A more meaningful & descriptive name, such as
“front door” or “sidedoor”, can be assigned through the setup
pages of the Web Interface (described in later sections).
Terminal ID:
A123_
2. Press Func key to continue, and then press 2 to select “Static
IP” instead of DHCP for now.
DHCP/Static IP
(1/2)? Static
3. Press Func key to continue. You will then be asked to enter
the IP address of the device. The default is 192.168.0.100.
Change this default value if necessary.
IP Address:
192.168.000.100
4. Press Func key, and then you will be asked to enter the port
number. Use the default value 80 for now.
Port Number:
80_
5. Press Func key to continue. Enter the subnet mask here
(e.g., 255.255.255.0).
Subnetmask:
255.255.255.000
6. Press Func key to continue. Enter the address of the Default
Gateway (e.g., 192.168.0.200).
DefaultGateway:
192.168.000.200
7. Press Func key to continue. Enter the address of the Domain
Name Server (e.g., 203.80.96.15).
DNS:
203.080.096.015
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Description
LCD Display
8. Press Func key to continue. You will be asked if the device is
a Master or Slave device. This is useful in a multi-device
environment, where more than one iGuard are connected to
each other. Refer to the section “Master & Slave Mode” for
more detail.
Master/Slave:
(1/2)? Master
9. Press 1 to select Master for now. When asked if you would
accept the changes, press 1 to select Yes. The system may
then reset itself and return to Standby Mode.
OK to Accept Y/N
(1/2)? Yes
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Warning: The IP address of the iGuard unit must be unique as in all other network
devices. Otherwise, it will cause a network error and the iGuard will not function properly.
Note: The Terminal ID is NOT required to be unique, but a unique ID is recommended if
multiple devices are installed in the same computer network, such as in a Master / Slave
configuration.
Verifying the Network Connections
One can test the above network settings by using a PC to ping the iGuard unit as follows:•
Open the Command Prompt on the PC. To open Command Prompt, click Start,
select Run, type cmd, and then click OK.
•
Type ipconfig to check the IP address of the PC and make sure it is in the same
network as iGuard (i.e., the same subnet mask).
•
While still in the Command Prompt, use the ping command to ping the IP address
of the iGuard unit as shown below, which is 192.168.0.100 in the above example.
•
If the ping responds the following, the IP is set properly and the unit is ready.
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
C:\>ping 192.168.0.100
Pinging 192.168.0.100 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply
Reply
Reply
Reply
from
from
from
from
192.168.0.100:
192.168.0.100:
192.168.0.100:
192.168.0.100:
bytes=32
bytes=32
bytes=32
bytes=32
time=2ms
time=1ms
time=1ms
time=1ms
TTL=128
TTL=128
TTL=128
TTL=128
Ping statistics for 192.168.0.100:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 1ms, Maximum = 2ms, Average = 1ms
C:\>
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Next, launch the PC web browser (e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer), and enter the IP
address http://192.168.0.100 (i.e., the IP Address of the iGuard), and the following iGuard
web interface will be shown in the browser window:-
At this stage, basic configuration is complete, and iGuard is now ready to use.
Note: All the system and network settings, as well as all the user data and access log, are
saved in the non-volatile memory of the unit, and will be retained even if the power is off.
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Getting Started
iGuard is a self contained, platform independent access control and time attendance
solution. Most of the basic operations, such as user registration and verification, can be
directly performed using the keypad of the unit itself without the computer and the web
browser.
There are three methods for user authentication. These are the Contactless Smartcard,
the Fingerprint (optional) and the Personal Password.
This section discusses the basic operations of these three approaches.
Adding and Verifying User with Smartcard
iGuard comes standard with built-in contactless smartcard reader. The System
Administrator can use smartcard to create a new user, or to assign a smartcard to an
existing user.
iGuard uses the standard Philips 1K Mifare Classic 13.56MHz Contactless Smartcard. It
allows almost-instant verification for users, and it comes in handy when the device is used
during the high-traffic period, for example, at the beginning of the day when everyone gets
to the office at around the same time.
Adding New User with Smartcard
The following steps will show how to create a new user by issuing a new smartcard to the
user:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key to enter the
Function Menu. Enter the System Administrator Password
(default 123) and press Func key, then press 9 to select the
item “Issue Smartcard”.
Issue/Import
Card (1/2)? _
2. Enter 1 to select “Issue Card”. You will then be asked to enter
the User ID.
Enter ID #
_
3. Enter the user ID # (e.g. A01). The ID can be of any length
from 1 to 10 characters, including the letters A & B.
Enter ID #
A01_
4. If the ID does not exist, you will be asked to confirm to create
this new ID.
Create new ID...
Yes/No (1/2)? _
5. Press 1 to select Yes, then the unit will prompt you to present
the Smartcard.
Waiting for
SmartCard...
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LCD Display
6. Place a new Smartcard near the Keypad. Once the device
has detected the Smartcard, it will update the card by writing
the user information to the card.
Writing...
:
Issue OK!
7. Once it has finished updating the card, the unit will ask for the
next user ID for issuing another Smartcard. Press
backspace to return to Standby Mode.
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All the available user information, including the user name, personal password, access
rights, and the fingerprint information (if any), will be written to the Smartcard memory.
Note: Only specifically-formatted iGuard Smartcard can be used with the device. Please
contact the iGuard dealer or visit the manufacturer’s website for more information about
purchasing the Smartcard.
Verification with Smartcard
Verification with Smartcard is simple and straight forward, and is illustrated in the following
steps:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, present the smart card near the
keypad. The unit will read the data stored in the card. If the
card is valid, the user will be authorized as indicated in the
display. The unit will return to Standby Mode afterwards, and
it is ready for the next card.
A01
Authorized!
:
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Note: To achieve higher security level, iGuard can be configured to ask for the fingerprint
image or Personal Password after presenting the smartcard for verification. It will be
discussed in more detail in the next section under the heading “Function 9: Issue / Import
Card”.
Adding & Verifying user with Fingerprint (optional)
(This section is for iGuard with the optional fingerprint sensor only)
iGuard is optionally equipped with fingerprint sensor for fingerprint verification.
During the fingerprint enrollment process, the unit will ask for two fingerprint images for
each person, and the information of the images is extracted and stored in the internal
database for later verification. Each person must register two fingers: one as the primary
and the other one as the secondary. Therefore, if the person’s primary finger is
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temporarily not suitable, such as when the finger is wounded, he can still use his
secondary finger for verification.
During the process, each fingerprint image is captured three times for minutiae analysis
and extraction. Minutiae are the mathematical representation of the fingerprint image. If
the quality of any one of the three images is not good enough, the user will be asked to rescan the three images again.
The two thumbs are suggested as the primary & secondary fingers. This is because the
thumbs are usually bigger and can cover the scanner area better.
Hints for Capturing Fingerprint Images
Place the thumb flat on the fingerprint sensor using the pad, not the tip, of the thumb. The
tip of the thumb contains the fewest minutia points, so place the thumb as flat as possible
on the sensor to generate the fullest possible image.
The Core
The Tip
The core of the fingerprint containing the most minutia points is usually located opposite
the cuticle. Center the cuticle in the sensor window to maximize the number of minutia
points.
IMPORTANT: During the enrollment process, position the center of the fingerprint of the
thumb to the center of the fingerprint sensor. The center of the fingerprint contains the
most minutia points from which the fingerprint sensor can extract. A good fingerprint
image captured during the enrollment process can significantly reduce the false-reject rate
during later verification.
Adding New User with Fingerprint
The following steps will show how to register the user’s fingerprint data:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key to enter the
Function Menu. Enter the System Administrator Password
(default 123) and press Func key, then press 1 to select “Add
/ Update ID” menu.
By Finger/Passwd
(1/2)? _
2. Press 1 to select “By Finger”, then you will be asked to enter
the user ID.
Enter ID # and
scan 1st Finger
3. Enter the user ID # (e.g. A02). The ID can be of any length
from 1 to 10 characters.
Enter ID # and
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4. Press the Func key to confirm the ID #. The device now
begins to capture the 1st image of the primary finger. The
horizontal bar on the second line indicates the quality of the
image. Lift the sensor shutter with your right-hand thumb and
place it firmly on the sensor until the quality bar reaches the
right end. You may need to move and rotate the thumb a little
bit to achieve the required quality.
Scanning 1 of 3
|||||||
5. After the quality bar reaches the right end, you will be asked
to remove the finger from the sensor.
Analyzing. Pls
Remove Finger...
6. When the device detects that you have removed the finger, it
will ask you to place it back again for the 2nd image of the
same primary finger.
Press Func to
Scan 2 of 3
7. Press the Func key and repeat the same procedure, and you
will be asked to scan the 3rd time of the same primary finger.
Press Func to
Scan 3 of 3
8. Press the Func key again and repeat the procedure for the
third time. You will then be asked to scan the secondary
finger.
Press Func to
Scan 2nd Finger
9. Press the Func key, and repeat the above steps to scan the
left-hand thumb three times again. If all the images are OK,
you will see the acknowledge message momentary as shown,
then the device is ready for the next enrollment.
ID# A02
Added OK!
10. Press the Backspace to return to the Standby mode.
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:
Scanning 1 of 3
||||||||||||||||
:
Enter ID # and
Scan 1st Finger
Note: If the user ID “A02” already exists, iGuard will prompt and ask if to overwrite the
existing fingerprint information or not.
In case of poor fingerprint, for example, if the skin of a user is too dry or too wet, the user
may experience difficulty when registering the fingerprint image, and the LCD display may
show a message indicating a dry or wet fingerprint problem. Please refer to the
Fingerprint Enrollment section in the Appendix for more information.
Verification
iGuard uses the enrolled fingerprint information to identify the person. The verification
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LCD Display
1. While in Standby Mode, key in the user ID number (e.g., A02).
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2. Lift the shutter and place either your primary finger (right-hand
thumb) or your secondary finger (left-hand thumb) on the
sensor. You should place the finger the same way that you
did during the enrollment procedure. The device will
automatically start scanning after the sensor shutter has been
lifted all the way up.
Scanning...
A02_
3. If you are authenticated, the authorized message will be
shown, and the unit will return to the Standby Mode.
:
Verifying...
Authorized!
:
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Note: There is another feature called Auto-Match, which allows the user to access the
device without the need to enter his ID first. This feature will be discussed later in the
“Keypad Operation” section.
Adding and Verifying user with Personal Password
In additional to Fingerprint and Smartcard, the user can also use the personal password
for verification. The personal password is useful for the user who is not able to use
fingerprint for verification (such as having skin problems), and does not want to use
Smartcard.
Adding User with Personal Password
The following steps demonstrate how to add a new user with personal password:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key to enter the
Function Menu. Enter the System Administrator Password
(default 123) and press Func key, then press 1 to select
“Add/Update ID” menu.
By Finger/Passwd
(1/2)? _
2. Press 2 to select “By Password”, then you will be asked to
enter the user ID.
Enter ID #:
_
3. Enter the ID (e.g., A03).
Enter ID #:
A03_
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4. Press the Func to confirm. Then enter the Personal
Password for user A03. The password length can be up to 8
characters, including the characters A & B (e.g. 1234AB).
User Password:
******_
5. Press Func to confirm. This new user has been added to the
unit. The unit will then ask for the next ID to add.
ID: A03
Added OK!
:
Enter ID #:
_
6. Press Backspace to return to Standby Mode.
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Verification with Personal Password
Once the personal password is assigned, the user can use it to get authenticated as
follows:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, key in the user ID number (e.g., A03).
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A03_
IN
2. Instead of using the fingerprint, press the Func key to indicate
you are using the Personal Password. The unit will prompt
you to enter the Personal Password.
Your Password:
_
3. Enter the Personal Password (e.g., 1234AB).
Your Password:
******_
4. Press the Func to confirm. If the password is correct, the unit
will authorize the user, and will return to the Standby Mode as
shown.
A03
Authorized!
:
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Checking the Access Log
In the Web Browser, specify the IP address of the iGuard (e.g. http://192.168.0.100) to go
to the iGuard webpage. Click on the Access Log link at the left side (circled in red), and
the following entry in the access log will be shown:-
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Note: Additional functionality is available through the keypad operation and web interface,
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Master and Slave Mode
Each iGuard can be configured as a Master unit or a Slave unit.
By default, iGuard is configured as a Master unit. In a multi-device environment where
more than one iGuard device is connected to the same corporate network or over the
internet, these devices can form a Master / Slave network. In this case, one of these
devices is assigned as the Master unit, and all others are assigned as Slave units.
The advantages of forming a Master / Slave network are:
•
•
•
•
•
The system automatically replicates all the users’ information to all devices in the
master / slave network.
Once a user registered in a unit (either a Master or a Slave unit), the information
will automatically be replicated to all other devices, and the user can get access to
and be verified by any one of the devices in the network.
All access log records, such as the Clock-in and Clock-out records, created in any
of these units are collectively saved in the Master unit, allowing the administrator to
retrieve the access log records for all devices from a single location.
Different access rights can be assigned to each individual iGuard unit.
The master unit can optionally synchronize its clock with all the slave units (time
zone adjusted).
The following is a typical Master / Slave setup:
In the above example, the Master unit is located in the New York Headquarters, and the
other Slave units are installed in various places connected via the Internet. All the user
information is replicated to all these units, and all the access log records of all these units
are centrally saved in the Master unit.
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Note: All units will still work even if the network connection is lost. And any new and
modified user data or new access log records will be replicated automatically once the
network connection is established again.
Basic Master / Slave configuration
The iGuard unit is configured as Master by default. Follow these steps to configure the
unit as a Slave unit:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key to enter the
Function Menu. You will be prompted to enter the System
Administrator Password as shown.
Enter Password:
_
2. Enter the System Administrator Password (default: 123).
Enter Password:
***_
3. Press the Func key to continue, and the function menu will
appear.
Press 1:
Add/Update ID
4. Enter 5 to select the System Configuration menu. The
current date is displayed.
Date (M/D/Y):
08/30/2000
5. Press the Func key 9 times to skip the other settings. You
will then see the message asking if this unit is a master or
slave unit.
Master/Slave
(1/2)? Master
6. Enter 2 to select Slave. Then the unit will ask for the IP
address of the Master unit.
Master IP Addr:
192.168.000.100
7. Enter the IP address and press the Func key to continue.
You will then be asked to enter the port number of the Master
unit.
Master Port:
80_
8. Enter the port number and press the Func key. The unit will
reboot itself and then return to the Standby Mode.
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9. After a few seconds, if the Master unit can be reached, the
user database will be synchronized from the master unit to
this slave unit, and the corresponding message will appear
during the process.
Synchronizing,
Please Wait...
10. Once the synchronization is done, the unit will return to
standby mode, and is ready for use.
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If the master unit is not reachable (e.g., the network connection is lost or the Master’s IP
address is wrong), the error message “Master Offline!” will appear on the LCD display.
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Note: It is suggested that all units run on the same firmware version in a Master / Slave
network. And one cannot mix the other iGuard model (e.g. the FPS model) with the LM
model in a network.
Note: For security reason, the system administrator password of the slave unit must be
the same as the Master unit. Otherwise, the master unit will reject the slave unit, and the
error message “Master Password Mismatch” will appear. More on this topic will be
discussed in the later section “KEYPAD OPERATION Function 0 Configure Master /
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KEYPAD OPERATION
This section will discuss the Func Key (i.e. the Function Menu) and the Backspace Key.
More functions and options are available in the built-in web interface, which will be
discussed in next section.
The Function menu
To enter the Function Menu, press the Func key in the Standby Mode and enter the
System Administrator Password (default 123), then press the Func key again to confirm
the password. Then the device will scroll and display all the available functions one by
one.
There are 12 entries in the Function Menu, i.e., Function 0 to 9, A & B. They can be
selected by pressing the corresponding key in the Function Menu.
The Function Menu
Function 1 – Add / Update User
Function 7 – System Shutdown / Reset
Function 2 – Inactivate User
Function 8 – Set / Reset AutoMatch
Function 3 – Activate User
Function 9 – Issue / Import Smartcard
Function 4 – Delete User Fingerprint / ID
Function 0 – Advanced Feature
Function 5 – System Configuration
Function A – Toggle Test Mode
Function 6 – Set System Password
Function B – Open Door
Function 1: Add / Update User
This function is for adding a new user or updating an existing user by Fingerprint or
Personal Password, as already discussed in the last section, Getting Started.
Function 2: Inactivate ID
A user ID can be temporarily suspended. This is useful if it is required to temporary
remove a person’s access to the facility, but might allow him to access again in the future.
This is done via the function “Inactivate ID” in the function menu, and it is illustrated in the
following steps:Description
LCD Display
1. While in the Function Menu, press 2 to select “Inactivate ID”
menu.
Enter ID #:
_
2. Enter the ID # you want to suspend (e.g., A01).
Enter ID #:
A01_
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LCD Display
3. Press the Func key to confirm. The ID # is suspended, and
the user can no longer be authenticated. Press Backspace
to return to Standby mode.
ID# A01
Inactivated!
:
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Function 3: Activate ID
This is to resume an Inactivated ID, and it follows the procedure similar to its counterpart
function above.
Function 4: Delete Fingerprint / ID
Use this function to delete the fingerprint template of a user, or to permanently delete a
user from the internal memory.
Follow these steps to delete the fingerprint template of the user:Description
LCD Display
1. While in the Function Menu, press 4 to select “Delete
Finger/ID”.
Del Finger/ID
(1/2)? _
2. Enter 1 to select Finger. Then you will be asked to enter the
user ID that the fingerprint template is to be deleted.
ID to Del Finger
A01_
3. Press the Func key to confirm. The Fingerprint Template of
the user is deleted, and he can no longer use his fingerprint to
get authenticated. However, he can still use his Smartcard or
Personal Password if available.
ID# A01
Finger Deleted!
Press Backspace to return to Standby mode.
:
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Follow these steps to permanently delete a user from the internal memory:Description
LCD Display
1. While in the Function Menu, press 4 to select “Delete Finger /
ID”.
Del Finger/ID
(1/2)? _
2. Enter 2 to select ID. Then you will be asked to enter the user
ID to delete.
ID to Delete
A01_
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LCD Display
3. Press the Func key to confirm. The ID # is deleted, and the
user can no longer access the system.
Press Backspace to return to Standby mode.
ID# A01
Deleted!
:
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Note: Once the user ID is deleted, all the information associated with the user, including
the fingerprint data, name, and the access right, will also be permanently deleted. The
user must be re-registered to regain access rights. However, access log data will be
retained.
Function 5: System Configuration
This is for setting up the system date and time, and for the network configuration, as
discussed in the last section, Getting Started.
Function 6: Set Password
iGuard has three global passwords:•
System Administrator Password – for system administrator to access the system
menu and to configure the system. This password gives full access to the iGuard.
•
User Administrator Password – for user administrator to manage the user
accounts. Specifically, the user administrator can access the Function 1, 2, 3, 4 &
9 in the function menu only. This password does not give access to change system
settings.
•
Door Access Password – if Quick Access mode is enabled, users can use this
password to bypass the normal user verification process to release the door strike.
This Quick Access mode can only be enabled through the web interface, which will
be discussed in more detail in the next chapter under the section “Quick Access”
and “Password Setup”.
Follow these steps to assign & edit these passwords:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Function Menu, press 6 to select “Set Password…”.
System Admin:
***_
2. Enter the new System Administrator Password (e.g., AB456).
Note that you do not need to press backspace to erase the
existing one.
System Admin:
*****_
3. Press Func to confirm the new password. iGuard will then
ask for the User Administrator Password.
User Admin:
_
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LCD Display
4. Enter the new User Administrator Password and then press
Func to confirm. Then you will be asked to enter the Door
Access Password.
Door Access:
_
5. Enter the new Door Access Password and then press Func to
confirm. The unit will save the new passwords and return to
the Standby Mode.
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Note: Both User Administrator Password & Door Access Password are optional. If it is not
necessary to assign the password, just press the Func key without entering anything to
skip the step. However, the System Administrator Password is not optional and must be
assigned. The default is 123.
Note: The System Administrator Password of the Slave unit must be the same as the
Master unit. Otherwise, the Master unit will reject the slave unit. In this case, an error
message will be shown on the LCD display of the slave unit.
Function 7: Shutdown / Reset
Use this function to erase all the user and access log data stored in the internal memory,
and to reset all the device settings to the factory default (such as setting the IP address to
the default 192.168.0.100, and the terminal name to iGuard … etc.).
Follow these steps to reset and shut down the unit:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press 7 to select “Shutdown / Reset”.
You will be asked whether to reset the User Database or not.
Reset User DBase
Yes/No (1/2)? _
2. Press 2 to select NO, then you will be asked to reset the
Access Log or not.
Reset Access Log
Yes/No (1/2)? _
3. Press 2 to select NO, then you will be asked to reset all the
settings to factory default or not.
Factory Default
Yes/No (1/2)? _
4. Press 2 to select NO, then the unit will take a few seconds to
prepare itself to shut down. Then it will show the message
and it is now safe to power off the unit.
It is now Safe
To Power Off...
Note: When the User Database or the Access Log are reset, all the data will be cleared
when the unit is powered up again.
Note: If it is not necessary to reset the data, the device can be shut down safely by simply
turning the power off.
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Function 8: AutoMatch
Use this function to toggle the AutoMatch option between on and off for a user.
AutoMatch enables the device to identify a person without requiring the user to first
specify his user ID. This is also called 1-to-Many matching.
Following these steps to set the AutoMatch option for a user:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press 8 to select “AutoMatch”. You
will be asked to enter the user ID.
Enter ID #:
_
2. Enter the user ID (e.g., A01)
Enter ID #:
A01_
3. Press Func to confirm. You will see the acknowledge
message, and then the unit will return to Standby Mode.
ID: A01
AutoMatch Set!
:
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After setting the AutoMatch option, the user no longer needs to enter his ID every time
when accessing the device. The user can simply lift the shutter and place the finger on
the sensor. The device will then automatically capture the image of the finger, and will try
to match the captured image against the fingerprint information of ALL the AutoMatchenabled users. The device will try to match the primary fingers first, and then the
secondary fingers.
This feature can be assigned to any user; however, the maximum number of users is 30.
This limitation is necessary for limiting the time the unit may take to match the image
against all the AutoMatch-enabled users. It is therefore recommended that the AutoMatch
feature is assigned to only the top management for convenience purpose. The rest of
staff can use ID plus Fingerprint for access.
Also, users with poor fingerprint quality should not use AutoMatch because this option
requires a higher quality of fingerprint image.
Follow the same procedure to toggle off this AutoMatch feature for the user.
Function 9: Issue / Import Smartcard
This function is for issuing the optional smartcard to new & existing users, and for
importing existing smartcards to a new iGuard.
iGuard comes standard with a built-in contactless smartcard reader, which reads and
writes user information to and from the smartcards. The information includes the user
names, access right, fingerprint template, and personal password.
Please refer to the procedure on how to issue a Smartcard to new or existing users
discussed in the section Getting Started.
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Note: When issuing a smartcard to an existing user with fingerprint information, only the
primary fingerprint is written to the smartcard. This is due to the limited smartcard
memory.
There are three possible ways to authenticate a user using Smartcard. These are:
• Smartcard Alone
• Smartcard + Fingerprint
• Smartcard + Personal Password
The first method, Smartcard Alone, is already discussed in the chapter Getting Started
earlier. It is applicable when the unit is in the Quick Access mode, or when there is no
fingerprint or Personal Password assigned to the smartcard owner. In this method, all the
user needs to do is to present the smartcard to the unit, and if the user has the access
right to the unit, he will get authenticated instantly.
The Quick Access Mode is defined in the Web Interface, which will be discussed in the
next chapter.
The 2nd method, Smartcard + Fingerprint, and the 3rd method, Smartcard + Personal
Password, are used when the unit is not in the Quick Access Mode, and the user has
previously enrolled his fingerprint or assigned his Personal Password.
Follow these steps to authenticate users using Smartcard + Fingerprint or Smartcard +
Personal Password:
LCD Display
Description
1. While in Standby Mode, present the smart card near the
keypad. The unit will read the data stored in the card. If the
card is valid, the unit will ask for the Fingerprint Image or the
Personal Password to continue…
scrolling message A02
Waiting Finger/P
:
A02
Password... Wait
2. To authenticate using fingerprint, lift the shutter and place
either your primary finger or your secondary finger on the
sensor. To authenticate using Personal Password, simply
enter the Personal Password and press Func to confirm.
Scanning...
|||||||
3. If the Fingerprint or the Personal Password matches the
record, the user will be authenticated, and the unit will return
to the Standby Mode.
A02
Authorized!
- or Your Password:
****_
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This Function 9 can also be used to import (register) an existing smartcard user to another
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This is useful if there are remote locations that are not tied into the master unit via a WAN
of some kind, users of these remote locations can register to the master unit by importing
their existing smartcards, rather than registering the fingerprint and other information to
the unit once again, since all the information is already available in the smartcards.
Follow these steps to register an existing Smartcard user with the smartcard:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press 9 to select “Issue / Import
Card”.
Issue/Import
Card (1/2)? _
2. Press 2 to select “Import Card”, then you will be prompted to
present the user’s existing Smartcard.
Waiting for
SmartCard...
3. If the Smartcard is valid, the information stored in the
Smartcard, including the user name, fingerprint template,
access right…etc, will be read and saved in the unit. The unit
will then wait for the next Smartcard.
ID: A02
Added OK!
4. Press Backspace to return to the Standby Mode.
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:
Waiting for
SmartCard...
Please note that the administrator may still need to grant the user’s access rights by
assigning the departments the user belongs to.
Note: “Department” is used for assigning access rights to different users at different time &
terminals. Please refer to the section “Department” in the next chapter, Using The Web
Browser, for more information.
Function 0: Advanced Feature
This function contains a number of handy tools for setup and network diagnosis.
1. Connection Test
This is for testing the network connection between two iGuards. It shows the connection
speed with the target iGuard. It also shows the Firmware Version and the Serial Number
of the target unit, as shown in the following example:
Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”. Then you will be asked if you want to perform a
Connection Test.
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2. Press 1 to select Yes, then you will be asked to enter the IP
address of the target iGuard. Enter the IP address of the
target iGuard.
IP Address:
192.168.000.123
3. Press Func to confirm, and then enter the Port number.
Port:
80_
4. Press Func to confirm. If the target iGuard is valid, the
Firmware Version, the connection speed, and the target Serial
Number of the target iGuard will be displayed as shown.
Target Firmware
Ver: 3.6.8583
(note: only the last 8 digits of the serial number are shown)
:
Echo Received
Time: 190ms
:
Target Serial
No: 021A-121F
5. Press Backspace to return to the Standby Mode.
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This test is only for testing the connection between Master and Slave units.
2. Ping Test
This test is analogous to the same test in PC. It is different from the Connection Test in
that it works with any network device, not just iGuard. It comes in handy when it is
necessary to test the connection between the iGuard and a PC, for example.
LCD Display
Description
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”. Then you will be asked if you want to perform a
Connection Test.
Connection Test
Yes/No (1/2)? _
2. Press 2 to select NO to skip the Connection Test, then you
will be asked if you want to perform a Ping Test.
Ping Test
Yes/No (1/2)? _
3. Press 1 to select YES, then you will be asked to enter the IP
address of the target device. Enter the IP address of the
target device.
IP Address:
192.168.000.123
4. Press Func to confirm. The unit will try to ping the target
device, and display the result as shown.
192.168.000.123
Ping:#1 5ms
:
192.168.000.123
Ping:#3 7ms
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LCD Display
5. Press Backspace to return to the Standby Mode.
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3. Configure iServer (for Master Mode only)
This is for configuring the iGuard to work with the iServer.exe, which is a Windows-based
program that runs on PC, to allow using the PC to store all the Access Log permanently.
The program, iServer.exe, can be downloaded free of charge in the manufacturer’s
website.
Please refer to the Appendix for more information about this iServer.exe program.
4. Configure Master/Slave Password Authentication (for Master Mode only)
A new feature has been introduced in this firmware release that enables the Master unit to
check against the Slave unit’s System Administrator Password, and only accepts the slave
units that match the password with the Master unit. As a result, only authorized Slave
units can be connected to and communicate with the Master unit.
If the slave unit’s System Administrator Password does not match with the one in the
Master unit, the Slave unit will be rejected, and an error message will be shown on the
LCD display of the Slave unit.
However, this feature is not available in previous firmware release, and the Master unit by
default will not check the password for the Slave unit that runs on the previous firmware
versions. Therefore, for security reasons, the Master unit may be configured so that it will
not accept any slave unit that runs on the old firmware version, as illustrated in the
following:LCD Display
Description
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”, then press 2 a few times to skip the other items until
you get to the item “Configure Master / Slave Password
Authentication”.
scrolling message Configure Master
Yes/No (1/2)? _
:
Authentication..
Yes/No (1/2)? _
2. Press 2 to select YES for this “Configure Master / Slave
Password Authentication” item. Then you will be asked if you
want to disable the slave units that run on old firmware
release.
scrolling message Disable for Slav
Yes/No (1/2)? _
3. Press 1 to select YES. This Master unit will now reject any
slave unit that runs on firmware version earlier than 3.6.8583.
The unit will then return to Standby Mode.
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5. Trigger Alarm When Unauthorized
This option allows the iGuard unit to turn on the Alarm for all unauthorized access. This
includes the unauthorized access such as Invalid ID, No Access Right, ID Suspended …
etc. When enabled, if an unauthorized access occurred, the terminals #10 & #11 at the
back of the unit will close the circuit for approximately five seconds. If an alarm is properly
connected to these two terminals, the alarm will sound.
Follow these steps to enable this option:
Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”, then press 2 two times to skip the other items until
you get to the item “Trigger Alarm When Unauthorized”.
scrolling message 2. Press 1 to select YES to turn on the option. Now the iGuard
will close the terminals #10 & #11 at the back for
approximately 5 seconds when there is unauthorized access.
The unit will then return to the Standby Mode.
Trigger Alarm Wh
Yes/No (1/2)? _
:
Unauthorized...
Yes/No (1/2)? _
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6. Set Quick Enroll (for units equipped with Fingerprint Sensor only)
Reserved for backward compatibility. Do not enable this option.
7. Reset User In/Out Status (for Master Mode only)
iGuard keeps a list of all users’ IN/OUT status and the corresponding date & time
information. This can be viewed on the “Employee List” webpage (which will be discussed
in the next chapter). This option is to clear the information.
Follow these steps to reset the User In/Out Status:
LCD Display
Description
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”, then press 2 four times to skip the other items until
you get to the item “Reset User In / Out Status…”.
scrolling message 2. Press 1 to select YES to reset the user status. Now the
iGuard will clear all the existing users’ In / Out status. The
unit will then return to the Standby Mode.
Reset User In/Ou
Yes/No (1/2)? _
:
In/Out Status...
Yes/No (1/2)? _
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is user definable in the webpage discussed in next chapter.
8. Pack & Re-Index Database
This is to re-index and compact both the user database and the access log saved in the
internal Flash Memory.
Normally, it is not necessary to perform this function, since the iGuard is designed to
periodically perform the function in the background automatically without user interference.
However, in the very unlikely event, should there be something wrong with the Database
(e.g., some of the existing users or some of the access log entries are missing), follow
these steps to re-index the databases:
LCD Display
Description
1. While in Function Menu, press 0 to select “Advanced
Feature”, then press 2 a few times to skip the other items until
you get to the item “Pack Database”.
Pack DBase
Yes/No (1/2)? _
2. Press 1 to select YES to re-index and compact the
Databases. iGuard will first re-index and compact the user
database, followed by the access log database. After the
operation has completed, the unit will return to Standby Mode.
Packing Users
|||||||
:
Packing Log
|||||||||||
:
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Function A: Test Mode Toggle
By default, iGuard records all the user access in the Access Log. The device can be set
to the Test Mode, and it will temporarily stop recording the transactions. This feature
comes in handy when, for example, someone wants to “practice” with or test the device by
clocking in and out with the fingerprint, but does not want to include these records in the
access log.
Follow these steps to toggle the test mode:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press A to toggle the device to Test
Mode. The unit will return to Standby Mode, and the “Test
Mode” status will appear on the 1st line as shown.
Test Mode!
ID #:_
2. Repeat the above step and the unit will return to the normal
Standby mode.
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Note: The “Test Mode” must be toggled back to “Normal Mode” before the unit will begin
to record transactions in the access log again.
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Function B: Open Door
This is for the System Administrator to quickly open the door without going through all the
verification procedure.
This feature has been added as a backup mean to open the door. In the unlikely event
when the iGuard fails to read any smartcard or fingerprint image due to hardware failure,
the System Administrator can still have a way to open the door.
Description
LCD Display
1. While in Function Menu, press B to open the door. The door
will then open and unit will return to the Standby Mode.
Open Door!
:
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The Backspace Key
The backspace key on the keypad mainly serves three functions: to erase the last entered
key, to abort in the middle of an operation, and to toggle the access status between IN
and OUT during Standby Mode. This section will discuss how to use the Backspace key
to toggle the access status.
The default access status is IN, as shown in the 2nd line of the LCD display when the unit
is in Standby Mode. Follow the steps below to change the access status from the default
IN to OUT:LCD Display
Description
1. In Standby Mode, the default access status is shown in the
2nd line of the display (which is IN in this case).
Thu Aug 30 16:36
ID #:_
IN
2. Press the Backspace key and the access status will be
changed to OUT. Then follow the usual procedure to
continue (e.g. enter the user ID and present the smartcard).
Thu Aug 30 16:36
ID #:_
OUT
3. If no key is pressed for approximately 5 seconds, the unit will
show the Time Out message, and will return to the default
access status.
Time Out!
:
Thu Aug 30 16:36
ID #:_
OUT
Note: The default access status can be set to either IN or OUT in the “In / Out Trigger”
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USING THE WEB BROWSER
iGuard has a built-in web server which operates exactly like a hosted web site. The web
interface gives the system administrator a simple, easy to use set of tools to configure and
maintain the unit and the users. Retrieve the access log records and other data with any
standard web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.
With this feature, the unit may be accessed by any PC connected to the corporate network,
without the need for any dedicated PC or any special software package. If the iGuard is
connected to the Internet, it can even be accessed from anywhere in the world via the
Internet.
iGuard is platform independent. It can be a Windows-based machine running Microsoft
Windows Vista, a Linux machine or an Apple iMac machine, as long as it runs the
standard web browser.
Once connected to the corporate computer network, the unit may be accessed by
specifying the IP address in the Web Browser (e.g., http://192.168.0.100). This is the IP
address assigned to the iGuard during the setup procedure previously discussed. The
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The above iGuard’s home page is divided into left & right panels. Select different items in
the left panel and the right panel will display the corresponding pages.
This chapter will discuss each of these items in detail.
Reports
There are three types of reports: Access Log, Attendance, and Daily In/Out.
Access Log
Click on the link Access Log in the left panel and something similar to the following will
appear: -
This page shows the employees’ Access Log. iGuard keeps the most recent 10,000
access log records in the internal memory based on the First-IN-First-OUT rule. When the
number of access log records exceeds 10,000, iGuard will delete the oldest record
automatically to make room for the new one.
To show the records of a particular person only (e.g., BB12), enter his ID # in the
Employee ID text box and press the Go button, and only the records of this person will be
shown. Specify the Department, and only the particular department members will be
shown.
The Time Period may be specified such as displaying only today’s records, last week
records, last month records… etc., or specify the Time Period by choosing the Range
selection and entering directly to the From / To fields.
Press the Next button in the navigator bar at the top of the page to move on to the next
page, or jump to any particular page by clicking on the page number at the bottom.
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The following example shows only the Last Month records of the employee ID # BB12: -
Attendance
The attendance reports provide a consolidated access records of each person as follows:-
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The Attendance Report is particularly useful for payroll purpose. And similar to the
Access Log Report above, the employee’s ID and / or the Time Period of the Attendance
Report can be specified.
Daily In / Out
The Daily In / Out Report is very much the same as the Attendance Report discussed
above, except that it only shows the first IN time and the last OUT time for the day as
shown below:-
Employee List
The maximum number of registered users is 1,000, and they are shown in the Employee
List page. Each individual user may also be managed in this page using the browser.
The System Administrator Password is required for these operations. The Web Browser
will prompt for the User Name and Password when accessing the employee functions.
The default User Name is “admin”, and the default Password is “123”, as shown in the
figure below:-
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List
The Employee List shows all the registered employees as shown below:-
There are four columns on the right side of the list with green or grey (i.e., ON / OFF)
indicators. These are: •
The Active Indicator indicates that the employee is in Active status (i.e., not
suspended).
•
The FP (Fingerprint) indicator shows whether the user has registered his fingerprint
image, and he can use fingerprint for authentication.
•
The SC (Smartcard) indicator shows that a Smartcard has been issued to the user.
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The PSW (Password) indicator shows a Personal Password has been assigned to
the user. Personal Password is optionally assigned to each individual user using
Func 1 in the function menu as discussed previously, or can be assigned using the
browser in the user setup page, which will be discussed later in this section.
•
The AM (Auto-Match) indicator indicates that the optional auto-match feature is
enabled for the particular user. If enabled, during fingerprint authentication, the
user can simply lift the shutter and place the finger on the sensor for authentication
without the need to enter his ID first.
The last column is the In/Out monitor for each employee, which shows the time and the
access status of the corresponding last access entry. The information is reset daily at
midnight by default, and this default time can be changed in the Terminal Setup page of
the web interface.
The text boxes at the top allow you to search and filter these results by First Name, Last
Name, Status and Department.
Scroll down to the bottom of the right panel, and the three buttons, Activate, Deactivate &
Delete, will appear. One can Activate, Deactivate & Delete a single employee or a group
of employees by first checking the checkbox and then pressing the corresponding button.
Note: Once the user ID is deleted, all the information associated with the user, including
the fingerprint data, name, and the access right, will also be permanently deleted. The
user must be re-registered to regain access rights. However, access log data will be
retained.
Press the employee ID hyperlink to edit the information of each employee, as shown in the
following figure:-
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Use this page to edit the employee information in this page.
Employee ID – The ID is a unique value, up to 10 characters, and is limited to the
characters 0-9, A, and B. This is because these are the only characters on the keypad of
the iGuard unit.
Last Name, First Name & Other Name / Title – Enter the name and the title of the user.
Password – Enter the Personal Password of the user.
Active – The default user status is Active. Uncheck this box if it is necessary to
temporarily suspend the user’s access rights.
AutoMatch – Check this option to include this user in the AutoMatch group for the 1-tomany fingerprint matching.
Security Level (Personal) – This is for the unit with the optional fingerprint sensor only.
Select the default “Normal (follow system setting)”, and the fingerprint matching security
level of this user would follow the system security level. Select other security level (such
as Low) for users with difficulty in fingerprint matching, such as those with skin problems.
Department – This is to assign the user to different departments by checking the
checkboxes in the department list on the right side of this page. The default department is
EVERYONE. More details about the Department will be discussed in the next section.
Press the Save button at the bottom to save the change.
Press the Delete button to delete this particular employee,
Add Employee
In addition to adding new users to the unit using the keypad procedure discussed in the
“Getting Started” section earlier, users may also be added from the “Add Employee” page,
as shown in the following figure:-
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By default, the department EVERYONE is assigned to all new users. Uncheck the
checkbox if no department is to be assigned to the user.
After adding the user, follow the same procedure discussed above to further assign a
smartcard to the user (i.e., using the Func 9 menu) if the user is to use smartcard for
authentication. Similarly, for iGuards equipped with the optional fingerprint sensor, the
user needs to register his fingerprint using the Func 1 menu discussed above for
fingerprint authentication.
Department
Prior to adding employees to the iGuard unit, it is a good idea to establish departments.
For smaller companies, this may not be as applicable, but departments are helpful for
establishing permission to individual iGuard units, and access times for groups of
employees.
In a typical setting, the Executive and Accounting departments may be the only
employees with access to the accounting file room during normal business hours, and
your Tech department might contain anyone authorized to enter the server room at any
time, while everyone in the company can come and go through the front door at any time
except weekends and company holidays.
The system default department is “EVERYONE” and it cannot be deleted. By default,
each new employee created will automatically be added to the “EVERYONE” department.
A maximum of 32 departments is allowed in the unit, including the default department
“EVERYONE”. The maximum length of the Department ID is 8 characters.
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Department List
This page shows all the departments currently assigned to the system:
To delete a single department or a group of departments, first check the checkboxes of
the departments, and press the Delete button at the bottom. Please note that the default
department, EVERYONE, cannot be deleted, and it does not have a corresponding
checkbox next to it.
Click on the Department ID hyperlink to edit the access right for each individual
department. For example, to edit the marketing department, click on the Department ID
MARKET, and the following page will appear:-
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The above page indicates that the authorized time period for the Marketing Department is
from 7:00am am to 6:59 pm, Monday to Friday, and from 7:00am to 13:59pm on Saturday.
All the members of this department can only access the unit during this authorized period.
The bottom part of the page, Terminals, specifies the “doors” to which this department has
the access rights. This is only applicable when multiple iGuards are connected together
and form a Master / Slave network. If there is only one iGuard or the iGuard is not
connected to any Master / Slave network, there will only be one item in this “Terminals”
section, which is the Terminal ID of the iGuard itself.
Check the checkbox “Any Terminal” to allow the department members to access any
iGuard unit in the network.
The authorized time of a particular day, Monday for example, can be edited by clicking on
the Monday button, and the following web page will appear.
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The authorized time period can be selected at the bottom of the page. If it is necessary to
select all the time slots, simply select the “Select All” checkbox above. The “All Days”
checkbox can also be selected to include all the days of the week.
The Holiday option is set in the Holiday Setup page, which will be discussed later in this
chapter.
Add Department
Use this page to add new department. The operation is similar to the steps discussed
above.
Note: The maximum number of departments is 32, including the default department
EVERYONE.
Access Control
Quick Access is an access control feature of iGuard which, when activated, allows users
to come and go without authenticating individually. The system administrator can
authorize this Quick Access period by specifying the time, dates and the terminals.
There are three ways to utilize this feature:•
Quick Access Password – This password can be given to Emergency Medical
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necessary to keep the facility locked but without the need to record the individuals
who are coming and going during business hours.
•
Smartcards – For users with smartcards, this Quick Access will let them enter and
exit with the smartcard, and will not ask for fingerprint or personal password.
•
Quick Access By Key-In ID – If this option is enabled, the user can perform this
Quick Access function by simply entering his user ID. This option is found in the
webpage under “Terminal Setup Others Options Quick Access By Key-In ID”,
which will be discussed in later section.
In a typical setting, one can enable this Quick Access period during the normal office hour
when the traffic is high and the security requirement is low, and disable the Quick Access
otherwise. In this setting, users only need to present their Smartcards to get
authenticated to speed up the authentication process. But they need to use both
Smartcards and Fingerprint or Personal Password during the other time that requires
higher security level.
This section will illustrate how to configure this Quick Access period.
Quick Access
Use this page to define the authorized Quick Access period and the corresponding iGuard
units. The default setting is NONE, i.e., there are no authorized terminals or access times
for Quick Access.
The procedure for setting the valid period for Quick Access is similar to the procedure for
setting up the departments discussed above.
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In the above example, Quick Access is available from 8:00AM until 6:30PM Monday
through Friday, and never on Sunday, Saturday, and other specified company holidays.
Administration
This section will cover the settings and options for system configuration and maintenance.
Terminal Status
This is the iGuard homepage and the first page that will appear when accessing the unit
with the Web Browser. The following is a typical Terminal Status page:
Terminal ID – shows the ID of the unit.
Terminal Descriptions – shows the description of the unit.
Firmware Version – shows the Firmware Version of the unit. The information is necessary
should technical support is required in the future.
Other Feature – contains three entries. The first one, Remote Door Relay Support,
indicates that this unit is equipped with the hardware interface for connecting to the
optional Remote Door Relay unit (more detail can be found in the Appendix). The 2nd one,
SSL, refers to the optional Security Socket Layer feature, which is a standard network
security protocol for network communications between iGuards.
Note: The SSL is not a standard iGuard feature. It is available at extra cost. Please
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The 3rd one, Authenticated Master / Slave, means that the System Administrator
Password is required for Slave units to communicate with a Master unit. More on this can
be found in the last chapter “Keypad Operation Function Menu Func 0: Advanced
Feature”.
Model – shows the model number of the unit.
Registered Employees & AutoMatch – show the number of the registered users and the
number of AutoMatch-enabled users.
IP Address – shows the IP address of the iGuard unit.
iGuard(s) – indicates the total number of units that are connected together to form a
Master / Slave network inclusively. If there is only one iGuard in the network, this number
will be 1.
Your IP Address – refers to the IP address of the PC being used to browse the unit.
Start Time – records the start-time when the unit was first start up.
Last Sync Time – is used to indicate the last time the unit synchronized its internal clock
with the SNTP Time Server (via the Internet). A SNTP Time Server can be specified in
the Terminal Setup page (which will be discussed later) to allow the iGuard to synchronize
the clock with.
Location (Time Zone) – indicates the time zone the unit is in. It is for the time-zone
adjustment when synchronizing the internal clock with the SNTP Timer Server.
Up Time – records the elapsed time when the unit was first powered on.
Serial No. – This is the Serial Number of the unit. The information is necessary should
technical support is required in the future.
Password Setup
Use this page to set up the System Administrator Password, User Administrator Password,
and the Door Access Password.
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The first entry is the System Administrator’s User Name & Password, which are required
when accessing and modifying user information and system configuration. The valid
characters for the password are 0-9, A & B, i.e., the characters one can enter using the
iGuard keypad.
A Note on Master/Slave Configuration: The System Administrator Password of the
Slave unit must be the same as the Master unit. Otherwise, the Master unit will reject the
slave unit. In this case, an error message will be shown on the LCD display of the slave
unit.
The second entry is the User Administrator’s User Name & Password. This is for
accessing and modifying the user information (e.g. to add and delete users, and to assign
& modify departments). However, it cannot be used to access and modify any systemrelated configuration (e.g. to change the IP address of the unit).
The last entry is the Door Access Password, which is used for the Quick Access purpose
(please refer to the Quick Access section earlier in this chapter in how to set up the Quick
Access period).
The following steps illustrate how to use the Quick Access Password to gain access:Description
LCD Display
1. While in Standby Mode, press the Func key. The unit will
prompt you for the password.
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LCD Display
Enter Password:
******_
2. Enter the Quick Access Password.
3. Press Func key to confirm. If it is within the Quick Access
Period, and this particular iGuard has been enabled for the
Quick Access, the user will be authorized. The unit will return
to Standby Mode.
Authorized!
:
Thu Aug 30 15:02
ID #:_
IN
Unlike the other two administrator passwords, the Door Access Password can be
configured as system-wise or unit-wise, by checking or clearing the checkbox of the
“Synchronize door access password with master” option on the webpage. If it is
configured as unit-wise, each slave can independently have its own Door Access
Password.
Terminal Setup
Use this page to setup and configure the system. The following is a typical example of the
Terminal Setup page:-
There are eleven sections in this page. These are Network Setting, Internet SNTP Time
Server, Other Options, Web Server Options, iServer, Fingerprint Matcher Setting, Door
Relay and Beep Setting, Code Setting, Web Cam Setting, Weigand Setup and Remote
Door Relay Setup.
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Network Setting
Terminal ID – Assign an ID to the unit. In a Master / Slave configuration, this Terminal ID
is used to identify each slave unit in the network. Identical ID can be assigned to different
iGuards. However, it is suggested to assign unique ID to each iGuard in a Master / Slave
configuration, to avoid confusion when assigning departments’ access right, in which the
Terminal ID is used to identify which iGuard in the network is accessible by the
department’s members.
Description – Assign a descriptive name to the unit, for displaying in the “Terminal List”
page.
Master / Slave Unit – Each iGuard can be configured as a Master unit or a Slave unit by
checking the corresponding checkbox here. For Master Unit, if there are slave units in the
network that still run on firmware version older than 3.6.8583, the checkbox “Disable
password authentication for slave with firmware earlier than 3.6.8583” must be unchecked.
This is for backward compatibility purpose. Otherwise, the master unit will reject all these
slave units running on the old firmware since these old slave units never notify the Master
unit their System Administrator Passwords.
For Slave unit, the IP address and the Port number of the Master unit must be specified
here.
IP Address, Port, Subnet Mask, DNS Server & Default Gateway – Specify the network
settings of the unit. One can specify two IP addresses for the DNS server, separated by
comma, as shown in the figure above.
Internet SNTP Time Server
SNTP stands for Simple Network Time Protocol. This allows the iGuard, if connected to
the Internet, to synchronize it internal clock with one of the many atomic clocks on the
internet, to ensure that the internal clock is always the most accurate.
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SNTP Time Server URL – Enter the URL of the SNTP Time Server. The default is
stdtime.gov.hk.
Status – Check this checkbox to enable this feature.
In addition, one must also specify the Time Zone of the unit in the “Clock Setup” page
located at “Administration System Clock Setup”, which will be discussed later in this
section. The DNS Server must also be properly setup to resolve the URL of the SNTP
Time Server.
Other Options
This section contains several drop-down boxes and check boxes to configure how the
Terminals will respond to user interaction.
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Weekday Start – Use this to change the 1st day of the week from the default Sunday to
others (useful for some Muslim countries and Hispanic).
Default In/Out – This is to define the default user access status, i.e., how the iGuard will
log each clock event. iGuard assigns the access status to each access log entry, such as
IN & OUT. The default access status is shown on the iGuard LCD display in Standby
Mode. The available options are Always IN, Always OUT, Follow In/Out Trigger, Don’t
Show, F1, F2, F3 & F4.
Except for the 3rd option, Follow IN/OUT Trigger, all the access log entries afterwards will
be logged as the corresponding access status.
The Follow IN/OUT Trigger option allows the system to automatically update the default
IN/OUT status depending on the settings configured in the “In/Out Trigger” page, which
will be discussed later in this section. In this option, one can still change the default
access status in an ad hoc basis by pressing the Backspace key on the keypad a few
times to toggle the IN/OUT status, until the desired access status is shown on the LCD
display.
Disable ‘Key-In’ ID – This is to disable the ability to use the keypad to enter user ID. This
achieves a higher security level. If this option is set, the user must use his Smartcard or
use the AutoMatch approach for verification, because he can no longer use the keypad to
enter his ID for verification.
Quick Access By Key-In ID – If this option is enabled and it is within the Quick Access
period, one can authenticate by entering the user ID without any means of verification.
The user ID must be a valid ID found in the user database. This feature is mainly for
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refer to Quick Access in the previous section for more information in configuring this Quick
Access period.
SC Quick Access If No FP And PSW – If enabled, user can authenticate by presenting the
Smartcard if no fingerprint template or personal password have been assigned to the
person. However, if the user has enrolled his fingerprint or has been assigned a personal
password, he still needs to submit the fingerprint image or enter the personal password for
verification.
Normal Working Hour – Use this to specify the normal working hour, to allow the
attendance report to show in red color the records that did not occur within this period.
Enroll only one finger – Reserved for backward compatibility. Do not enable this option.
Disable Enrollment Overwrite – By default, during the fingerprint enrollment procedure, the
newly submitted fingerprint information will overwrite any existing one after confirmed by
the user. This is to disable the overwrite capability. Once the fingerprint is enrolled for a
user, the fingerprint information cannot be changed in any way later on. The main
purpose for this feature is to avoid accidentally overwriting one’s fingerprint information if a
wrong user ID is entered during fingerprint enrollment.
If enabled, the administrator must delete a user and then re-create the user in order to reenroll the user’s fingerprint.
Clear FP If SmartCard Issued – This is mainly for privacy purpose. If enabled, the user’s
fingerprint information stored in the internal memory of the unit will automatically be
cleared after issuing a Smartcard to the user. When issuing a Smartcard, all the user
information, including the fingerprint information, will be written and saved in the
Smartcard. By clearing the fingerprint information stored in the unit automatically, the
user’s Smartcard would be the only media that contains the fingerprint information, thus
the privacy of the user can be protected.
During verification, iGuard will read all the contents of the Smartcard first, and then it will
compare the fingerprint information saved in the Smartcard against the submitted
fingerprint image.
Extended In/Out Status – Four additional access statuses, F1 to F4, are available as well
as the normal IN and OUT status. Enable any one or all of these four additional access
statuses by checking the corresponding checkboxes.
As an example, assign F1 as Lunch Out, and F2 as Lunch In, so the employees can use
F1 when they are out for lunch, and use F2 when they are back from lunch.
Remap Key A/B – Normally the Backspace key on the keypad is used to scroll through all
the possible access statuses, i.e., IN, OUT, F1… etc., and to select the desired one. This
option is for assigning the two shortcut keys, A & B, to these access statuses, so the user
can just press these keys, instead of pressing the backspace key numerous times, to
select the desired access status.
However, please note that once assigned to the access status, these two keys can no
longer be used to enter any normal user ID.
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Show Chinese on Terminal –Reserved. Do not enable this option (not available in US
models).
Language Shown on Terminal – Reserved. Do not change this option (not available in US
models).
Show only ID when Authorized – If enabled, the user ID, instead of user name, will be
shown on the 1st line of the LCD display when authorized, to avoid disclosing the user
name to others standing in the line.
Log Unauthorized Access – By default, the access log only records the successful
authentication. If this option is enabled, the system will also record all the unsuccessful
attempts and store these records in the access log.
These unsuccessful attempts include events like using the wrong finger, attempting to
access a unit which he does not have permission to access, an inactive user attempting to
access the unit, and others. But this will not log activity for non-users (such as the “Invalid
ID” attempt).
Log Retry – During the fingerprint verification, if the submitted fingerprint does not match
the fingerprint template, the user will be asked to resubmit his fingerprint. Again, by
default, this incident will not be recorded in the access log. If this option is enabled, the
access log will include these “retry” events.
This is useful for identifying users who are consistently getting fingerprint false rejections
and have to attempt access multiple times. These people may have fingerprints which are
difficult to read, or may not have been enrolled properly.
Log Administration Events – If enabled, the access log will includes all the administration
events, such as adding, modifying and deleting users.
Web Server Options
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Access Restrictions – This setting allows you to specify a specific IP address, or a range
of IP addresses that is authorized to access the iGuard unit. Select the default "No IP
Address Restriction" to allow any IP address to access the system. To restrict a specified
range of authorized IP address, select the 2nd one, “Specified IP Address Range”, and
enter the range to the box next to it.
The 2nd option, “Rejected address can access after Authenticate”, is for allowing a rejected
IP address to access the iGuard’s via web browser by providing the System Administrator
Password.
The 3rd option, “Must Authenticate before Access”, is to force the iGuard to ask for System
or User Administrator Password for all web access, including the Access Log and other
reports, even if the IP address of the PC is within the IP range specified above (by default,
password is not necessary to access the Access Log and other reports).
SSL Options – This option is not available in standard iGuard. Please contact the dealer
or the manufacturer if this option is needed.
Web Page Language – This is to select the webpage language from the list. Please
contact the dealer or the manufacturer if the desired language is not on the list.
Report Date Format – Select the desired date format from the list. Available date formats
are MM/DD/YYYY, MM-DD-YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY and more.
Show Department Description in Employee Record – This is to include the Department
Description field in the Department List in the Employee Record page. The maximum
length of the Department ID is only 8 characters long, so in some cases it would be helpful
to also include the description for clarity purpose.
iServer
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Once enabled, iGuard will send all the access log records to the PC running the iServer
program, and all the records will be saved in the PC hard disk permanently. The
transmission is in real-time manner.
The iServer program can be downloaded free of charge in the manufacturer’s website.
More detail about iServer will be covered in the Appendix.
Important: Always set the first option, Type, to “Auto Mode”, and leave the other options
unchanged, to work with the current version of iServer program.
Fingerprint Matching Setting
This is for setting the security level for fingerprint matching for the system (applicable to
iGuard with the optional fingerprint sensor only):
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In most cases, use the default settings for optimum performance.
Security Level – This is the System Level setting that specifies the security level iGuard
would use for a user if the Personal Security Level for the user is set to “Normal (follow
system setting)”, as shown in the following figure:
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AutoMatch Security Level – This is to specify the fingerprint matching security level used
during the AutoMatch (i.e., 1 - to - many) operation. Set this to Maximum to avoid falseacceptance error.
Door Relay and Beep Setting
This is to configure the various options for controlling the door relay. Use these options to
configure which type of events should or should not open the door.
Door Switch – Reserved for backward compatibility. Always set it to “Disable”.
Door Relay Control for ‘IN’ – If enabled, the built-in door relay will be switched on for all
successful clock-in accesses. This is also applicable to the optional Remote Door Relay
unit (which will be discussed in the Appendix).
Door Relay Control for ‘OUT’ – This is the same as the ‘IN’ counterpart discussed above,
except it is for the ‘OUT’ access status.
Note: This option is useful if the device is installed outside of the main door of the
premises, and the device is used for both access control and time keeping purposes. By
disabling this option, the door will not open if someone clocks-out from the device when
leaving the place.
Door Relay Control for ‘F1’ - ‘F4’ – This is the same as the ‘IN’ counterpart discussed
above, except it is for the ‘F1’, ‘F2’, ‘F3’ & ‘F4’ access status.
Door Relay Delay Timer – This is to specify the duration (in second) of the door relay
when it is switched on. The default is 3 seconds. Set this to a larger value if the iGuard is
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not installed immediately next to the door, and the user may take a few seconds to reach
the door after being authenticated.
Beep Sound – Use this to enable / disable the built-in beeper, which is useful if quiet
operation is required.
Code Setting
This is for Smart Card operation only.
This Code is a 4-character string that will be written to all smartcards issued by the unit.
The default is “CMPY”. When reading the card, iGuard will first compare the smartcard’s
code against the device’s code. If they do not match, iGuard will just simply ignore the
card.
Warning: This value must be set prior to issuing any smartcard, and must not be changed
afterwards. Otherwise, all previously issued smartcards will be ignored.
Web Cam Setting
This section allows you to configure up to four cameras to be viewed from within the
iGuard interface. The cameras must be IP capable, and will be visible from the “Web
Camera” page under the “Tools” section. iGuard will display the streaming video for 120
seconds at a time, and will not record. This feature is only for viewing.
Use the pull-down menu to select the web cam models. Please contact the manufacturer
if the desired web cam is not in the list.
Wiegand Setup
iGuard can be used as a Wiegand Output Reader. There is a Wiegand output connector
at the back of iGuard which outputs the user ID to another Wiegand device in the standard
26-bit format.
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Output – Enable this setting if it is necessary to connect iGuard to any existing Wiegandbased system. To include only the local access log records (i.e., to exclude the access
log records from other slave units), check the last option “Enable (Local Records Only)”.
Site Code – This is the Wiegand site code. Use this setting to communication properly
with existing Wiegand systems.
Remote Door Relay Setup
This is for setting up the optional Remote Door Relay, which is a small device for
controlling the electric door strike.
Normally, the electric door strike is connected directly to the built-in door relay of the
device. For higher security purpose, this Remote Door Relay can be used instead of the
built-in one to control the door strike, to avoid the possible intruder break-in by opening the
iGuard and directly shorting the door strike wires.
More details will be discussed in the Appendix.
Output – Enable this if the optional Remote Door Relay is available.
Remote Relay ID – This number must match the 8-bit jumper block setting located on
Remote Door Relay device.
Terminal Reset / Shutdown
Use this page to remotely reset or shutdown the iGuard.
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Press the Go button at the bottom to reset the device according to following selections:
Shutdown – This is to simply shut down the device. The device can be restarted again by
pressing any key on the keypad.
Restart – Select this one to restart the device.
Reset Daily In/Out Status – iGuard keeps a list of all users’ most recent IN/OUT status
and the corresponding date & time information. View this on the webpage in the
“Employee List” page discussed earlier. Use this option is to clear the information.
Reset Terminal – This is for restoring all the device settings to factory default, and to reset
the user & and access log database. This is analogous to the Function 7: Shutdown /
Reset in the keypad function menu discussed earlier.
System Clock Setup
Use this page to update the system clock.
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New Date / Time – Enter the new date and time here. This page uses the current time in
the PC as the default date and time values, and the time is continuously being updated.
Simply press the “Save” button to accept the default time. To manually input the date and
the time, check the “Off” checkbox to stop the update, and then enter the new date and
time manually.
Auto Date/Time Value – This is to continuously update the two Date & Time fields above.
To manually enter the date and time, turn off this option by checking the “Off” button.
Location (Time Zone) – This setting is applicable to the SNTP Time Server, and must be
correctly set according to the local time zone. This setting is important if the SNTP Time
Server has been specified in the “Terminal Setup” page. This setting is also required for
clock synchronization between master and slave units.
In/Out Time Trigger
Use this page to set triggers for the IN / OUT setting. At the specified time, the default
access status will automatically set to IN, and the unit clocks-in anyone who accesses the
unit. The same applies for other access statuses like OUT, F1, F2 … etc.
The following is a typical example of the setup:-
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In this example, when the time reaches 7:00 in the morning, the default access status will
change from OUT to IN. Likewise, the device will change the default status to F1 at 11:30,
to F3 at 12:30, and to OUT at 16:30, as shown in the following:Description
LCD Display
1. The default access status is OUT at 6:59
Thu Aug 30 06:59
ID #:_
OUT
2. The default access status changes to IN at 7:00, to F1 at
11:30, to F3 at 12:30, and back to OUT at 16:30.
Thu Aug 30 07:00
ID #:_
IN
:
Thu Aug 30 11:30
ID #:_
F1
:
Thu Aug 30 12:30
ID #:_
F3
:
Thu Aug 30 16:30
ID #:_
OUT
The entry can be removed by simply clicking on the blue Time link, which is circled in red
in the above figure for illustration purpose.
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Note: The user can always override this default access status by pressing the Backspace
key a few times until the desired access status is displayed on the LCD before entering
the ID.
Holiday Setup
Use this page to establish the Company Holiday List. The Holiday list is used for the time
restriction purpose (along with the day-of-week settings) for access right control. The
following is a typical example of the setting:-
In the above example, the dates 07/01/2007, 07/04/2007, 10/01/2007, 10/10/2007 &
12/25/2007 are set as holidays. On these days, the authorized time period will follow the
settings for the date “Holiday”, as shown in the following: -
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In the above example, no one would have the access right during the 5 holidays specified
above.
To remove a holiday from the list, simply click the blue date in the ‘Company Holiday’ list.
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In the above example, the device “A123” is the master unit, and it has two slave units with
terminal ID “A176” & “A178”.
The corresponding Firmware Version, IP address & the Port number are also shown.
The Network Status column indicates the network connection status. In the above
example, the slave unit “A178” is offline.
As a convenient feature, one can remotely unlock the doors of the slave unit or reset the
slave unit by clicking the Unlock & Restart links respectively.
To clear the terminal list, click on the link at the remark #4 (circled in red above for easy
reference). Each slave unit will regularly send an acknowledge signal to the master unit.
Once this acknowledged signal is received, the master unit will add the slave unit to the
list again.
One can test the network connection against all the slave units by pressing the “Refresh”
button at the bottom of the page. The unit will then try to “ping” each slave unit one by
one, and if the network connection with a slave unit is lost, this slave unit will be cleared
from the list. This operation may take a long time if there are a lot of slaves in the list
under slow network connections.
Add Access Log
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It is sometimes necessary to add a record manually for an employee. For example, the
employee might have forgotten to clock-out before going home at the end of the day, and
so it is necessary to make up for the mistake by manually adding this entry back, which is
particularly useful for payroll purposes.
By default, only access records which have been manually added can be changed or
deleted.
In the above example, an entry for user BB01 will be manually added to the access log,
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Access logs which have been added manually will have a check box next to them and will
be shown in purple. They will also say *Manual* in the “Terminal” column of the record.
These are the only records which can be deleted from the system. To delete these
records, select them by checking on the check boxes and press the Delete button at the
bottom of the page.
Note: Only manually-added records can be deleted. All other records are irrevocable.
Tools
This section is for backing up and exporting the data to PC.
Exports (XLS)
The built-in reports, including the Access Report, Attendance Report & the Daily IN/OUT
Report, can be exported to PC directly in the popular XLS format, which enables smooth
integration with office suite applications such as Microsoft EXCEL. Various reports can
then be easily generated using the built-in features of the office suite application. In this
way, companies can design their own report formats that are best suitable to their existing
operations.
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The following is a typical output example: -
Sophisticated graphical representation of the data for each user can then be generated as
follows using the built-in Microsoft Excel’s graphic functions:-
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Note: Macro Programming is required in generating the above Microsoft Excel Reports.
An example is available for download in the manufacturer’s website (july2002.xls). Please
consult the Microsoft Excel Operation Manual for more information.
Exports (TXT)
The TEXT file is useful for exporting to existing payroll programs used in the company.
The format of the text file is as follows:"Item","Employee ID","Name","Other Name","Date","Time","Terminal","In/Out"
"1","A1155","Shek, Ying Kuen","¥Û-^Åv","09/30/1999","20:02:04","F1103","Out"
"2","B1077","Yu, Andre","§E§®·R","09/30/1999","19:58:58","FLATB","Out"
"3","C001","Leung, Brian","±ç·ç°ò","09/30/1999","19:58:50","FLATB","Out"
"4","B1166","Chan, Chuen","³¯¬u","09/30/1999","19:56:45","FLATB","Out"
"5","A1174","Go, Kai Yin","§d±Ò½å","09/30/1999","19:52:30","F1103","In"
"6","B1082","Cheung, Moni","±i³ÍªY","09/30/1999","19:21:05","FLATB","Out"
"7","B1011","Leung, Wei Kun","±çºû®Ú","09/30/1999","19:06:18","FLATB","Out"
"8","B1067","Lau, Ester","¼B¦pµØ","09/30/1999","18:58:11","FLATB","Out"
"9","A1154","Chow, Man Keung","©P¤å±j","09/30/1999","18:36:48","F1103","Out"
"10","A1050","Chan, KC","³¯°ê¬W","09/30/1999","18:20:59","FLATB","Out"
"11","A1002","Wong, Kit Ching","¶À¼ä-s","09/30/1999","18:19:07","F1103","Out"
Export Employee
Use this to selectively backup particular users’ information from the internal user database
to another device (instead of backing up the whole database).
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To include a particular user, enter the user ID in the Employee ID box and press the Add
button.
Press the Export button to save the selected users’ information in the file in the PC. This
file can be later on restored to another iGuard, in order to avoid requiring these users to
re-register. The restore procedure will be discussed below.
Backup
We recommend you backup the internal user data & access log regularly to the desktop
computer. In the unlikely event that the system is to be replaced or the database file is
corrupted, the old data can be restored back to the device, and the employees do not
need to re-register.
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One can select to backup either the user database or the access log, or both. The size of
each one is shown beside it in parentheses. Press the Save button to proceed. The
following screen will appear:-
Press the OK button to save the database file
The default filename of the backup file is igYYMMDD.idb, where YY, MM & DD are the
year, month and day of the backup date respectively for easy reference. If the All
Databases option is selected, both the user database and the access log will be included
in this single file.
Restore
Use this page to restore the data from the backup file when it is necessary (for example, a
new device has been installed), or to restore the exported file created in the Export
Employee page discussed earlier.
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One can choose to restore the user database only, the access log only, or both, by
checking the corresponding checkboxes.
Web Camera
If the optional Web Camera is available to the network, iGuard can redirect the web
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Please refer to the “Administration Terminal Setup” page for more detail in setting up
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APPENDIX
Fingerprint Enrollment
Fingerprint Enrollment is the process of registering the fingerprint template for later
recognition.
A good enrollment is crucial for all fingerprint recognition systems in the market, including
iGuard. A good fingerprint image captured during the enrollment process will significantly
reduce the false-reject rate during later verification.
iGuard takes advantage of the advanced DFX (Difficult Fingerprint Extraction) technology,
which works accurately with most people's fingerprint images, and iGuard can achieve an
exceptionally low false-rejection-rate of less than 1%.
However, as individuals, our hands may have different levels of moisture. In some cases,
iGuard may have difficulty in recognizing some users' fingerprint images (mostly the
people with dry skin problems). The problem is more noticeable during the enrollment
process since the device requires a more accurate and higher quality fingerprint image
than the normal verification process.
The easiest way to get around the dry skin problem is to apply a small amount of
moisturizing lotion on the dry skin during the enrollment process. This step is only required
in the enrollment stage, and will not be needed in the daily routine verification process.
For users with wet skin problems, simply wipe the finger with cloth or paper towel before
having any contact with the fingerprint sensor. Please note that excessive sweat will
reduce the normal life time of the fingerprint sensor.
The image quality can be improved tremendously by taking care of the dry and wet skin
condition discussed above. It is important that the user stores a high quality image during
enrollment, because this is the fingerprint image that the device will use to compare
against the submitted fingerprint images in all the verifications later on. If the users’
enrolled fingerprint image is of low quality, the user may get unexpected results during the
verification stage later on.
In the case of poor fingerprint quality or dry finger, iGuard will ask to lower the matching
security for the particular user. A low security level can be more convenient to the user by
reducing the false rejection rate, but it comes with a minor reduction in security level.
Therefore, we recommend choosing low security level only for time attendance
applications.
These are some of the error messages that may appear during fingerprint enrollment:-
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Description
LCD Display
1. This message will appear during enrollment if the fingerprint is
too dry. Try to lift up the finger and put it back on the sensor
again. If the problem still exists, consider applying some skin
moisturizing lotion as discussed above.
Scanning 1 of 1
=== Too Dry! ===
2. This message will appear at the end of the fingerprint
enrollment process if the fingerprint quality is only marginally
acceptable, and suggests setting the security level to low for
this particular user. Select YES to set it to Low. This security
level can also be changed in the employee webpage later on.
scrolling message Set Security to
Yes/No (1/2)? _
:
:
Security to Low
Yes/No (1/2)? _
Here are some other general factors that may influence the enrollment:
•
Finger Position. Always align the center of the fingerprint with the center of the
fingerprint sensor. Do not use the tip of the finger, and do not place the finger too
much to the left or to the right. Otherwise, false reject may occur.
•
Finger area. It is best to cover the sensor area completely with the fingerprint to
ensure the maximum fingerprint surface contact area. A common mistake is to touch
the sensor with the tip of the finger, which contains too few minutiae points. It is also
best to use the thumbs rather than other fingers.
•
Finger rotation. Keep fingerprint rotation minimal during the enrollment. The rotation
should be within +/-10 degrees during enrollment.
•
Finger pressure. Use medium pressure. Excessive pressure may distort the image
and may adhere ridges together. Too little pressure will lead to a small fingerprint area
or dry fingerprint.
Also, to avoid reading a blurry and smeared image, do not slide your finger across the
sensor, as illustrated in the following diagram:
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iServer
iServer is a Windows-based program that runs on PC for permanently storing the access
log in the PC in a real time manner. It can be downloaded free of charge at the
manufacturer’s website.
Due to the limited memory, iGuard only keeps the most recent 10,000 access log entries
only in its internal memory, using the First–IN–First–Out (FIFO) rule. By using iServer, all
the access log entries can be saved permanently in the PC, and it is only limited by the
available hard disk space of the PC.
The following is the iServer program running on a PC:-
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The left panel shows the iGuards that are currently connected to the iServer program. In
the above example, only one iGuard (ID:100) is connected, and this iGuard will send all
the access log entries to the iServer program in real-time. Multiple iGuards can be
connected to the same iServer program.
The right panel shows the recent access log entries in real-time.
By default, iServer stores the access log records in ODBC database format using
Microsoft Access. iServer also supports other ODBC compliant database other than
Microsoft Access, such as MS SQL, mySQL and Oracle.
Please refer to the operation manual that comes with the iServer utility for installation and
operation.
Remote Door Relay
The iGuard capabilities can be enhanced by the use of the Remote Door Relay, which is
sold separately from the iGuard unit. The Remote Relay assures that malicious damage
to or tampering with the iGuard does not result in a release of the electric door strike or
magnetic lock.
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This device is to be physically installed inside the premises, and it is connected to the
iGuard’s Remote Relay connector at the back of the unit through a special twisted-pair
cable. When using the relay, the electric door strike actions are controlled by the remote
door relay rather than directly by the iGuard unit. The remote relay will only release the
strike / lock when a properly addressed Release-and-Relock signal is received from the
iGuard unit to which it is attached.
The use of the relay is recommended for all access control installations, and is required
when controlling a 12VDC electric door strike or magnetic lock with a current rating above
1Amp.
Configuration
Before installing the relay, set the Remote Relay ID with the 8-Bit Jumper switches on the
relay (circled in red in the above picture). The chart below explains how to calculate the
value that the switches are set to. Add the Numeric Value of each switch you turn to the
‘On’ position. This total will be the ID value of the Relay.
Switch Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Numeric Value
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
For Example, if the switches 3 and 7 are turned to ‘ON’, the value is 68 (i.e., 4 + 64 = 68).
If all switches are turned to ‘ON’, the value is 255.
The same ID must also be specified in the webpage as shown in the screen shot below,
and the Output Enable checkbox must also be checked.
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The following is the connection terminals of the Remote Relay:
Terminal Label
Description
1
NO
Door Relay’s Normal Open
2
COM
Door Relay's Common
3
NC
Door Relay's Normal Close
4&5
DOOR SW
Door Switch
6
A – RS485
Connect to iGuard
7
B – RS485
Connect to iGuard
8
+12V DC
+12V DC
9
GND
Power Ground
Care must be taken when connecting the two twisted-pair wire to the devices, and do not
mix up the two labels, A & B, and the corresponding terminals of the Remote Relay device.
Warning: A twisted pair of wire must be used to connect the iGuard and the Remote
Relay device. Otherwise, the wire may pick up the noise in the environment (such as the
noise generated from the power wire nearby), and may make the device malfunction.
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SuperMaster
SuperMaster is a device for supporting up to 20,000 users. It is used to replace the
normal Master unit, which supports a maximum of 1,000 users only.
The operation of the SuperMaster is very much like the normal Master unit, except that it
does not perform any user authentication itself. It acts like a file server that serves the
requests for user information from all the slave units, and to centrally save the access log
records from all the units.
Follow the same setup procedure to configure the network and other settings of the
SuperMaster.
Similar to the normal master / slave configuration, the slave unit connects to the
SuperMaster by specifying the IP address and the Port number of the SuperMaster, in
much the same way as connecting to a normal Master unit.
Unlike the normal Master unit, the SuperMaster does not synchronize the whole user
database to the slave units. Instead, it intelligently selects a maximum of 1,000 users
from the internal user database (which may contain as many as 20,000 users), and upload
these users to each slave unit.
During the normal verification procedure at a slave unit, the slave unit will first search its
internal database to see if the user information is already available. If so, the slave unit
will continue the verification process normally. Otherwise, the slave unit will send a
request to the SuperMaster in the background for the user information, and continue the
process after receiving the information from the SuperMaster.
The slave unit will keep the most recently accessed 1,000 users in its internal user
database, and the oldest user information will be replaced by the newly received user
information. Therefore, in case the network connection is lost, chances are pretty good
that the user can still get authenticated in these slave units, unless the user is not one of
the 1,000 recent users.
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Basic Connection
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iGuard Part List
LM Series Readers
LM520-SC
Smart Card reader with Embedded Web Server (1,000 users)
LM520-FSC
Finger print scanner / smart card reader with embedded Web
Server (1,000 users)
LM Series Super Master (Master Only)
LM-SM-5000
Super Master unit licensed for up to 5,000 users.
Stores 10,000 finger print templates and 20,000 transaction
records.
LM-SM-10000
Super Master unit licensed for up to 10,000 users.
Stores 20,000 finger print templates and 20,000 transaction
records.
LM-SM-20000
Super Master unit licensed for up to 20,000 users.
Stores 40,000 finger print templates and 20,000 transaction
records.
Special Promotions
LM520-FSC-SP
Finger print scanner / smart card reader with embedded Web
Server (1,000 users, Master only – cannot be configured as slave)
LM-FSC-SAM
Demo Unit (Not for resale). Finger print scanner and smart card
reader with merged database (1,000 users). Power supply
included.
LM-SM-SAM
Demo Unit (Not for resale). Super Master unit licensed for up to
5,000 users. Stores 10,000 finger print templates and 20,000
transaction records. Power supply included
Smart Cards
CSC-1K
Accessories
IG-PWR
IG-PWR-CAB
IG-ER-01
Mifare 1k Classic smart card formatted for use with iGuard®.
12VDC switching power supply with DC plug for use only with
iGuard®.
Power supply cable with DC plug for use only with iGuard®
Remote Door Relay
Replacement Parts
LM520-FP-RD
Daughter board for LM520-FSC complete with sensor, LCD and
casing.
LM520-RD
Daughter board for LM520-SC with LCD and casing.
LM520-C
Casing for LM Series iGuard® units with shutter and spring.
LM520-K
Keypad for LM Series iGuard® units.
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Contact Information
Lucky Technology Inc. (America)
Address:
5th Floor, 7380 Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL 32819
Telephone: 800-410-6798 (Sales)
800-441-6798 (Technical Support)
Fax:
800-486-6798
Email:
[email protected] (Sales)
[email protected] (Technical Support)
Lucky Technology Ltd. (Eurpoe)
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Levels 2, 3 & 4, Edouard VII, 17 & 23 Square, Paris 75009, France
+33 1 5343 5172
+33 1 5343 9292
[email protected]
Lucky Technology Ltd. (China)
Address:
Level 6, Tower W2, Oriental Plaza, 1 East Chang An Avenue
Dong Cheng District, Beijing 100738, PRC China
Telephone: 86-10-8520-0386
Fax:
86-10-6251-2009
Email:
[email protected]
Lucky Technology Ltd. (International)
Address:
2/F, Flat A-D, Wah Hing Industrial Mansion, 36 Tai Yau Street
San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telephone: 852-3176-6056
Fax:
852-3012-1980
Email:
[email protected]
Website: www.lucky-tech.com
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iGuard® is registered trademark of Lucky Technology Ltd.
Copyright © 1999 Lucky Technology Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
www.lucky-tech.com
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