Fingerprint Lock User Manual

Fingerprint Lock User Manual
Fingerprint Lock User Manual
Version: 1.0
Date: April 2010
About This Manual
This manual introduces the fingerprint lock interface and menu operations. For the
fingerprint lock installation, see the animated installation instructions.
Our products are subject to update from time to time, so our
company will neither make a commitment to guarantee the
consistency between the actual products and this document, nor
assume any responsibility for any dispute arising out of the
discrepancy between the actual technical parameters and this
manual. This document is subject to change without prior notice.
Table of Contents
1 Instruction for Use ..................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction to Fingerprint Lock Functions........................................ 1
1.2 List of Installation Accessories........................................................... 2
1.3 Installation Requirements ................................................................... 4
1.4 Front and Rear Views ......................................................................... 7
1.5 Precautions ....................................................................................... 10
1.6 User Privileges.................................................................................. 11
1.7 Set Time............................................................................................ 11
2. Enrollment and Verification.................................................................... 13
2.1 Enroll an Administrator .................................................................... 13
2.1.1 Enroll a Fingerprint ................................................................... 14
2.1.2 Enroll a Password...................................................................... 15
2.1.3 Enroll an RF ID Card ................................................................ 16
2.2 Enroll an Ordinary User ................................................................... 18
2.3 Backup Enrollment ........................................................................... 20
2.4 Set User Verification and NO Status................................................. 21
2.5 FP Card Management * .................................................................... 22
2.5.1 Create a PIN Card...................................................................... 23
2.5.2 Enroll an FP Card ...................................................................... 25
2.5.3 Create an FP Card...................................................................... 27
2.5.4 Purge an FP Card....................................................................... 28
2.6 Delete User Data............................................................................... 29
3. Lock Function Information and Settings ................................................ 32
3.1 Operation Settings ............................................................................ 32
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3.2 Language Settings ............................................................................ 34
3.3 FP Card Password............................................................................. 35
3.4 Advanced Settings ............................................................................ 35
3.5 Browse System Information ............................................................. 36
3.6 Browse Logs..................................................................................... 37
3.7 USB Pen Drive Management ........................................................... 38
4. Conventions on Other Functions ............................................................ 41
4.1 Routine Operation Indications.......................................................... 41
4.2 Administrator Loss Prevention ......................................................... 41
4.3 Battery Low Voltage Protection........................................................ 41
4.4 Automatic Program Exit and System Power-off............................... 42
4.5 External Power Use Description....................................................... 42
4.6 Unlock With an Emergency Mechanical Key................................... 43
Appendix .................................................................................................... 45
Technical Specifications ......................................................................... 45
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1 Instruction for Use
Functions marked with “★” in this manual are only supported by a specific product
or a tailor-made product and will be described below.
1.1 Introduction to Fingerprint Lock Functions
1.
By leveraging the perfect combination of biometrics and cryptography, our
fingerprint locks ensure double security through the fingerprint + password
unlocking feature.
2.
The state-of-the-art Organic LED (OLED) display affords crisp bright readouts
and makes our fingerprint locks intuitive and easy to use. You can simply use
our fingerprint locks with ease after following the operation instructions for
once.
3.
Support setting of classified privileges for super administrators, administrators
and ordinary users.
4.
Support deletion of all or the specified registration data.
5.
Support firmware upgrade and uploading/downloading of user information and
locking records through a USB pen drive.
6.
Support offline view of locking records.
7.
Support accurate display of time and date with annual deviation less than two
minutes.
8.
Support a temporary connection with back-up batteries.
9.
You can set the fingerprint locks to be in the Normally Open (NO) state in
special cases.
10. Support display of the battery charge level and generation of low-pressure
alarms.
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11. Feature an electric clutch handle design which helps effectively prevent the
fingerprint lock failure caused by damage to the internal structure as a result of
the forced destruction of the handle.
1.2 List of Installation Accessories
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List of Installation Accessories
SN
Name
Quantity
Unit
01
Front panel assembly
1
Set
02
Lock cylinder
1
Set
03
Square shaft of handle
2
PCS
04
Lock body
1
Set
05
Battery cover
1
PCS
06
Batteries
4
PCS
07
Rear panel assembly
1
Set
Remarks
Four pieces of alkaline AA
batteries
Reserve two screws and
08
Screw
6
PCS
select proper screw size
based on the door thickness
09
Rear hold-down plate
1
PCS
10
Waterproof washer
2
PCS
11
Wood grain screws
5
PCS
1
PCS
12
Screw to secure the
cylinder
13
Strike plate
1
Set
14
Box keep
2
PCS
15
Key
2
PCS
16
Back-up battery
17
Management card
18
19
Including the one on the
front panel assembly
PCS
9V
1
PCS
Optional
Installation disk
1
PCS
Hole drilling template
1
PCS
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1.3 Installation Requirements
Precautions:
1.
The fingerprint lock is applicable to doors of 35–50 mm in thickness. Be sure to
list your special requirements or remarks for fingerprint locks to be installed on
doors in excess of 50 mm in thickness before placing an order.
2.
The gap between the lock body and the box keep cannot exceed 4 mm;
otherwise, you need to adopt a liner plate to ensure the gap between them is not
more than 4 mm, as shown in the following figure:
≦4mm
3.
Please make sure of the door opening directions and lock body. Assume you are
standing outside and facing a door and then there are four door opening
directions: Left inward, left outward, right inward and right outward. Left
inward/outward means the door swings inward/outward with hinges on the left;
right inward/outward means the door swings inward/outward with hinges on
the right, as shown in the following figure:
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4.
Ensure the central point of the handle is about 1m above the floor.
5.
Ensure the marker dot of clutch is right above the clutch.
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Marker dot is right
above the clutch
6.
Please follow the animated instructions to install fingerprint locks.
Recommended Tools
You may need the following tools while following the instructions to install
fingerprint locks:
z
A ruler.
z
A marker pen.
z
A drilling tool.
z
A cross screwdriver.
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1.4 Front and Rear Views
Front view
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Rear view
ESC key:
Press this key to exit current operation and press and hold this
key to power off the fingerprint lock. ESC key doubles as the
number key “1”.
Ç key:
This key is used to manually increase (when held, this key will
rapidly increase display values) the setup value or navigate
among menu options. Ç key doubles as the number key “2”.
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È key:
This key is used to manually decrease (when held, this key will
rapidly decrease display values) the setup value or navigate
among menu options. È key doubles as the number key “3”.
Start key:
This key can be used to start the fingerprint lock; press and hold
this key for three seconds on the initial interface to open the
menu options; this key also doubles as the confirmation (<OK>)
key.
Band switch:
If you cannot access the menu options due to the loss of
administrators for some reason, proceed as follows: Press and
hold the Menu key for three seconds to display the administrator
verification, and then turn the Band switch at the back of the
lock to the left or right to open up the menu as a super
administrator.
Status indicator:
You can awake the fingerprint lock in dormant state by pressing
the Start key. The green LED indicator blinks when the
fingerprint lock operates properly and the red LED indicator is
on for three seconds if an error occurs. The green LED indicator
is on for three seconds when an operation succeeds.
OLED display:
The black-and-white OLED display features white graphics or
text against a black background.
Fingerprint sensor: You can only collect or match fingerprints by pressing your
finger(s) at the fingerprint sensor when the light in the
fingerprint sensor window goes on; otherwise nothing happens
when you press your finger(s) at the fingerprint sensor.
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# Note: When you cannot power off the fingerprint lock due to the exception of
program, press and hold the ESC key to power off and then restart the fingerprint
lock. It is not recommended to power off the fingerprint lock by pressing and
holding the ESC key when the fingerprint lock operates normally.
Emergency interfaces
Keyhole: You can use a mechanical key for emergency door opening.
Temporary external power interface: You can adopt an external back-up battery to
open the lock in the event of unlocking failure due to insufficient power supply of
the fingerprint lock.
USB interface
The USB interface is used for firmware upgrade and uploading/downloading of user
information and locking records through a USB pen drive.
1.5 Precautions
1.
We strongly recommend you to enroll at least one administrator after installing
the fingerprint lock. You must at least enroll one administrator before enrolling
ordinary users.
2.
Do not remove batteries when matching, enrolling or deleting fingerprints
because the sudden power-down may result in data loss of fingerprint locks.
Prior to removing batteries, make sure the fingerprint lock is not in working
state.
3.
It is recommended to replace the fingerprint lock batteries at least once every
six months to avoid damaging the circuit due to the battery leakage. Do not use
batteries with poor quality.
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4.
When installing a fingerprint lock, connect the plug to the socket properly.
Improper connection may lead to fingerprint lock failure.
1.6 User Privileges
The user privileges are classified into three types: Super administrators,
administrators and ordinary users.
Super administrators: refer to users who have access to all system functions and
modify all system settings.
Administrators: refer to users who have access to all operations except performing
advanced settings and enrolling super administrators.
Ordinary users: refer to all users other than the super administrators and
administrators. Ordinary users only have access to the fingerprint matching and
unlocking functions.
1.7 Set Time
You need to set the correct date and time on first use of a fingerprint lock in the
following steps:
1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
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Start key to open up the initial interface, as shown
in the figure on the left.
Note: The “
” icon on the initial interface is the
battery icon indicating how much charge remains.
On the top right corner of the initial interface, the
display alternates between date and time every 5
seconds.
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Menu
↓
2) Press and hold the Menu key for three seconds to
User Manage
access the menu interface. Press ▼ to select
►Options
“Options” and press OK to display the setting
PenDrive Mng
interface.
Options
3) Press ▼ to select “System Opt.” and then press
Set Opt.
OK.
►System Opt.
System Opt.
↓
►Date Time
Language
English
4) Press OK to select "Date Time".
FPCard Key
YYYY-MM-DD 24H
2009-01-01
cursor to the desired option, and then press ▲/▼
9:34:29
ESC
5) To modify date or time, press ▲/▼ to move the
again to enter correct date or time. Press OK to save
OK
your settings.
# Note: You can set the date between January 1 2003 and December 31
st
st
2032.
To set the date beyond this range, you need to consult our commercial
representatives or pre-sales technical support engineers.
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2. Enrollment and Verification
2.1 Enroll an Administrator
If the fingerprint lock has no administrator, you must at least enroll one
administrator before enrolling ordinary users. To enroll an administrator, proceed as
follows:
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1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
Start key to open up the initial interface. Press and
FP LOCK
hold the Menu key to display the menu interface.
Menu
↓
►User Manage
2) Press OK to display the user management
Options
interface.
PenDrive Mng
User Manage
Enroll User
FPCard Mng
↓
3) Press ▼ to select “Admin Cnt” and then press
OK.
►Admin Cnt
After that, the enrolled administrator can perform fingerprint, password and RF card
enrollment.
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2.1.1 Enroll a Fingerprint
Enroll Admin
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
Reg RFID
↓
4) Press ▼ to select “Enroll FP” and then press OK.
5) Press ▲/▼ to select “Admin Accredit”, and then
Admin Accredit
select
Supervisor
ESC
“Supervisor”
(Super
administrator)
or
“Admin” (Administrator). Press OK to confirm
OK
your selection.
Enroll FP
6) Press OK to continue.
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
7) The system by default assigns unused user IDs
New Enroll
from 00001 and you may also manually enter an
unused user ID.
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
This meter is used to indicate the successful
fingerprint enrollment times
One white bar turns black each time when
you enroll a fingerprint successfully.
8) Press the same finger on the fingerprint sensor
three consecutive times by adopting the proper
00001-0
Place Finger…
ESC
finger placement mode. The system will prompt you
to save the enrollment information after you enroll
the fingerprint successfully. If enrollment fails, the
system will prompt you to re-enroll your fingerprint.
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The system returns to the “New Enroll” interface upon successful enrollment. You
can continue or exit the fingerprint enrollment.
# Note: The last digit in “00001–0” refers to the fingerprint count. “0” refers to
the first fingerprint, “1” refers to the second fingerprint and so on and so forth.
2.1.2 Enroll a Password
Enroll Admin
Enroll FP
►Enroll Pwd
Reg RFID
↓
4) Press ▼ to select “Enroll Pwd” and then press
OK.
5) Press ▲/▼ to select “Admin Accredit”, and then
Admin Accredit
Supervisor
ESC
OK
select
“Supervisor”
(Super
administrator)
or
“Admin” (Administrator). Press OK to confirm
your selection.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
6) Press OK to continue.
OK
New Enroll
7) The system by default assigns unused user IDs
from 00001 and you may also manually enter an
UserID 00001
ESC
OK
unused user ID.
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New Enroll
8) Input a password by pressing the number keys
————
and press OK to confirm your input.
New Enroll
9) Input the password again by pressing the number
keys and press OK to confirm your input. Press OK
******
—
after successful password enrollment to return to the
“New Enroll” interface.
New Enroll
00001-P
10) Press OK to save the enrolled data and exit the
password enrollment.
ESC
OK
# Note: A password consists of 6 to 10 digits. You can enroll only one password
for each user ID and repeated passwords are allowed; otherwise, the system
will display the prompt “Password Error”.
2.1.3 Enroll an RF ID Card
# Note: This function is only provided by fingerprint locks that support the RF
ID card function.
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Enroll Admin
Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
►Reg RFID
↑
4) Select “Reg RFID” and press OK.
Admin Accredit
Supervisor
ESC
OK
5) Press ▲/▼ to select “Admin Accredit”, and then
select “Supervisor” (Super administrator) or “Admin”
(Administrator). Press OK to confirm your selection,
as shown in the figure on the left.
Reg RFID
New Enroll?
6) Press OK to proceed to the next step. The interface
displayed is shown in the figure on the left.
ESC
OK
New Enroll
UserID: 00010
ESC
OK
New Enroll
Show the card
UserID: 00010
ESC
OK
7) Enter the ID (ranging between 1 and 65534) to be
enrolled behind the “UserID” option, and press OK,
as shown in the figure on the left:
8) Show the card by following the prompt, as shown
in the figure on the left:
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New Enroll
CARD: 16650449
UserID: 00010
ESC
OK
on the left.
10) Press OK to proceed to the next step. The
New Enroll
000010-C
ESC
9) The displayed card number is shown in the figure
interface displayed is shown in the figure on the left.
OK
Note: The last letter “C” in “00010-C” refers to the ID
card.
11) Press OK to save the enrolled data and exit the ID card enrollment.
2.2 Enroll an Ordinary User
An administrator can enroll only ordinary users, with operation steps as follows:
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FP LOCK
1) Power on the fingerprint lock by pressing the
Start key to open up the initial interface.
2) Press and hold the Menu key to access the menu
Admin Confirm
FP LOCK
options. The system will then prompt you for
administrator confirmation. Enter the administrator
password or match your fingerprint once. Skip to
step 4 if verification succeeds; otherwise, proceed to
step 3.
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3) The system displays the prompt “Error Pwd.” on
the screen and return to the “Admin Affirm”
interface for re-verification. The following menu
Error Pwd.
interface is displayed upon successful verification.
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
User Manage
►Enroll User
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
↓
4) Press OK to display the user management
interface.
↓
5) Press ▼ to select “Enroll User” and then press
OK.
After that, the enrolled administrator can perform fingerprint, password and RFID
card enrollment. The rest operation steps are basically the same with those of
administrator enrollment except that you do not have to select the administrator
privileges. For details, see 2.1 Enroll an Administrator.
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2.3 Backup Enrollment
On the "New Enroll?" interface, if you press ESC to cancel new enrollment, then the
“Backup Enroll” interface will be displayed, as shown in the figure on the right.
Enroll FP
Press ESC
Backup Enroll
UserID 00009
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
ESC
OK
The backup enrollment steps are basically consistent with the new enrollment steps
except that “Backup Enroll” instead of “New Enroll” is displayed on the top of the
interface.
# Note: 1. It is a wise choice to enroll fingerprints of at least two different
fingers for long-standing users.
2. If you wish to modify the password after finishing password enrollment,
you can replace the original password with the password entered in
backup enrollment.
3. If you perform backup enrollment after enrolling the RFID card, the
original RFID card number will be replaced by the ID card number
entered in backup enrollment.
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2.4 Set User Verification and NO Status
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1) Press the Start key to display the initial interface.
The fingerprint sensor is in active state.
FP LOCK
2) Press your finger with fingerprint already enrolled
or enter your password (press OK after entering
password.)
Note: You can only match fingerprints when the
fingerprint lock is in non-NO state.
3) Your ID number will be displayed on the screen
upon successful verification and then you can hear
the unlocking sound. Rotate the handle of the
UserID 00001
fingerprint lock within 4 seconds to open the door.
If the NO function is set to “YES” (See 3.1), the
prompts as shown in step 4 and step 5 will be
displayed upon successful verification; otherwise,
no prompt will be displayed.
4) If you press ESC when the system prompts
whether to set the NO function, the fingerprint lock
Normal Open
ESC
OK
will be automatically locked. The “Unlocking” icon
on the screen will change into the “Locking” icon
and the system automatically powers off.
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5) If you press OK, the interface as shown in the
figure on the left will be displayed, indicating
Normal Open
successful NO setting. In the meantime, the buzzer
will beep three consecutive times.
If fingerprint or password verification is unsuccessful, the system will display a
prompt “Please press your finger again” or “Password error”. The parameters
“Illegal Cnt.” and “Illegal Alarm” are set by the administrator. The system will
generate an alarm after the illegal operations reach the specified value. For details,
see 3.1.
# Note: If the value of the parameter “Illegal Cnt.” is larger than 6, the system
will automatically power off if you fail to verify your fingerprint or password
6 consecutive times.
2.5 FP Card Management *
# Note: 1) This function is only provided by fingerprint locks that support the
Mifare card function.
2) If no administrator is enrolled in the system, the system will prompt you to
enroll an administrator first.
Select “FPCard Mng” from the “User Manage” interface, as shown below:
FPCard Mng
Create PINCard
Enroll FPCard
Create FPCard
Empty Card
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Create PINCard: This option is used to create an ID card for a user who has
already been enrolled in the fingerprint lock. You can verify
your ID card instead of your fingerprint (only after the
parameter “Card Only” is set to “Yes”. For details, see 3.1).
Enroll FPCard:
This option is used to store an enrolled fingerprint directly in the
FP card instead of in the fingerprint lock. You can verify user
identify in the form of “FP card + fingerprint”, that is, swipe the
FP card before pressing the finger.
Create FPCard:
This option is used to duplicate the enrolled fingerprints (stored
in the fingerprint lock) to the FP card. You can verify user
identity either through the “Fingerprint” or in the form of “FP
card + fingerprint”.
This option is used to purge all data (fingerprints and numbers)
Empty Card:
stored in the FP card.
2.5.1 Create a PIN Card
1. Create a PIN Card
Every user will be assigned with an ID number, for example, 00001, after users are
enrolled in the fingerprint lock.
Create PINCard
1) Select “User Manage” Æ “FPCard Mng” Æ
“Create PINCard” from the main menu. The
UserID
ESC
00001
OK
interface as shown in the figure on the left is
displayed:
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2) When prompted to enter the user ID number,
Create PINCard
Show the card
press ▲/▼ to select the desired user ID, and press
OK. The system then prompts you to “Show the
card” (If the selected user ID does not exist in the
system, the system will display a prompt “No
Enroll”), as shown in the figure on the left:
3) Swipe your FP card through the card reader.
Create PINCard
z
The interface as shown in the figure on the
left is displayed:
Write succ
If the system gives a prompt “Write succ”, your
PIN card is successfully created. You can replace
the fingerprint verification with the PIN card
verification.
Create PINCard
z
If the interface as shown in the figure on the
left is displayed:
Write failed
-7
you PIN card is not written in the system. “-7”
means write error.
# Note: To create a PIN card, you need to ensure the user ID has already existed
in the system; otherwise, the system will display a prompt “No Enroll” and
you need to repeat the operation. After the PIN card is successfully created,
only the ID number is stored in the PIN card.
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2 Verify the PIN Card
#Note: Set the parameter “Card Only” to “Yes”. If you set the parameter “Card
Only” to “No”, you cannot verify with the created PIN card.
Set Opt.
Verify Mode
Normal Open
Card Only
1
Yes
No
The interface as shown in the figure on the left is
displayed:
2) Select “Card Only” and press OK. Then press
▲/▼ to select “Yes”. Press OK to save the setting.
Then, you can perform PIN card verification.
Set Opt.
Save?
ESC
1) Select “Set” Æ “Set Opt.” from the main menu.
OK(Save)
3) Swipe your PIN card through the card reader
when the system returns to the initial interface. If
the interface as shown in the figure on the left is
UserID 00001
displayed, the PIN card is successfully created.
2.5.2 Enroll an FP Card
1. Enroll an FP card
Enroll FPCard
UserID: 00003
ESC
1) Select “User Manage” Æ “FPCard Mng” Æ
“Enroll FPCard” from the main menu to display the
OK
interface as shown in the figure on the left:
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Enroll FPCard
00003-0
Place Finger…
ESC
Enroll FPCard
00003-0
Second Press
ESC
Enroll FPCard
00003-0
Third Press
ESC
Enroll FPCard
00003: 1
Show the card
Enroll FPCard
00003: 1
Write succ
2) Press ▲/▼ to select an ID and then press OK to
confirm your selection and proceed to the next step.
Place one of your fingers on the fingerprint sensor.
3) Place the same finger on the fingerprint sensor
again.
4) Place the same finger on the fingerprint sensor
for the third time.
The interface as shown in the figure on the left is
displayed:
5) Swipe your card through the card reader until the
interface as shown in the figure on the left is
displayed.
Now the FP card is enrolled successfully.
2. Verify an enrolled FP card
Note: Please set the “Card Only” option to No. If you set it to Yes, the fingerprint
lock will only verify users’ PIN cards.
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00003
Place Finger…
1) On the initial interface, swipe an enrolled FP
card through the card reader. The interface as
shown in the figure on the left is displayed:
2) Place one of your fingers with fingerprint
enrolled on the fingerprint sensor window properly.
When the interface as shown in the figure on the left
UserID: 00003
is displayed, the FP card passes the verification
successfully.
# Tip: Through the above operations, you only store your fingerprints in your FP
card but not in the fingerprint lock. Therefore, you must show your FP card
first before fingerprint comparison. (Your fingerprints are only stored in your
FP card.)
2.5.3 Create an FP Card
1. Create an FP card
Every user is allocated with an ID, for example, 00003, during the enrollment of
fingerprint.
Create FPCard
UserID
ESC
00003
OK
1) Select “User Manage” Æ “FPCard Mng” Æ
“Create FPCard” from the main menu to display
the interface as shown in the figure on the left:
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Create FPCard
Show the card
Create FPCard
Write succ
2) Press OK and the interface as shown in the
figure on the left is displayed.
3) Swipe your card through the card reader until
the interface as shown in the figure on the left is
displayed.
Now an FP card is created successfully.
2. Verify a created FP card
Note: Please set the “Card Only” option to No.
The operations of verifying a created FP card is the same with that of verifying an
enrolled FP card.
# Tip: Through the above operations, you can duplicate fingerprints from the
fingerprint lock to an FP card. In this way, you can perform identification either
through fingerprint or “FP card + fingerprint“. (Your fingerprints are stored in both the
fingerprint lock and your FP card.)
2.5.4 Purge an FP Card
To purge all the information in an FP card, proceed as follows:
Empty Card
Show the card
1) Select “User Manage” Æ “FPCard Mng” Æ
“Empty Card” from the main menu to display the
interface as shown in the figure on the left:
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Empty Card
2) Swipe your card through the card reader until
the interface as shown in the figure on the left is
Write succ
displayed.
Now the FP card is purged successfully.
2.6 Delete User Data
Warning:
It is prohibited to power off the fingerprint lock while deleting user data so as
to prevent the program from accidentally deleting other data.
To delete user data, proceed as follows:
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FP LOCK
1) Press the start key to power on the fingerprint
lock and then enter the initial interface.
Admin Confirm
2) Enter the administrator password or fingerprint
once. If the verification succeeds, jump to Step 4;
FP LOCK
otherwise, go to Step 3.
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3) The system displays the prompt “Error Pwd.” on
the screen and returns to the “Admin Affirm”
interface for re-verification. If you pass the
Error Pwd.
verification, you can access the “Menu” interface.
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
↓
User Manage
FPCard Mng
Enroll Admin
►Delete
↑
interface.
Delete
UserID
ESC
5) Press ▼ to select “Delete”, and press OK.
6) Press ▲/▼ to select the user ID that you want to
00002
OK
delete and then press OK to confirm your selection.
If the user has enrolled his/her fingerprints,
Del Fingerprint
00002—0
ESC
4) Press OK to display the “User Manage”
7) Press OK to delete the fingerprints.
OK
If the user has enrolled a password,
Del Password
00002—P
ESC
8) Press OK to delete the password.
OK
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Del User
00002
ESC
9) Confirm the deletion of this user. Press OK to
confirm the deletion, or press ESC to return to the
OK
“User Manage” interface.
10) After deleting the user data, you can restart the fingerprint lock and match the
deleted fingerprints again to check whether the user data is deleted for sure.
# Note: The administrators (including super administrators) can delete only
ordinary users. To delete an administrator ID, you need to select
"Options" Æ "System Opt." Æ "Adv Option" Æ "Clr Admin Pri", and
then select “User Manage” Æ "Delete” to delete the ID.
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3. Lock Function Information and Settings
3.1 Operation Settings
Select "Options" Æ "Set Opt.” from the main menu to display the following
information:
Set Opt.
Illega Alarm
Illega Cnt.
Lock
Yes
10
5
Verify Mode
Normal Open
Card Only
1
Yes
No
The options under “Set Opt.” include: Illega Alarm, Illega Cnt., Lock, Verify
Mode, Normal Open, and Card Only.
Illega Alarm
(Illegal Alarm): The fingerprint lock will power off automatically
when the number of consecutive operation failures exceeds the set
value. After restart, its buzzer will sound discontinuously for 30
seconds to generate an invalid operation alarm and then power off
automatically.
Illega Cnt.
(Illegal Operation Count): This parameter is used to set the
consecutive operation failure count. An invalid operation alarm
will be generated when the consecutive failure count exceeds the
threshold. Value range: 3–99. Default value: 10.
# The failure count is cumulated when the fingerprint lock is started next time. If
the number of cumulative failures exceeds the threshold, the fingerprint lock
will generate an invalid operation alarm; otherwise, the failure count will no
longer be accumulated after successful unlocking.
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Lock:
This parameter is used to set the duration from successful matching
to unlocking. Select Lock and press OK to display the Lock
interface. Press ▲/▼ to select a value. Press ESC to exit current
interface and save your settings. For this parameter, its unit of
quantity is 1 second and value range is 3–15, that is, 3–15 seconds.
# Note:
The unit of quantity and the maximum value of this parameter here are
standard configurations. If you need larger parameter values, please consult
our commercial representatives or pre-sales technical support engineers.
Verify Mode:
Press OK to display the Verify Mode interface, and press ▲/▼ to
select a value. There are three optional values 0, 1, and 2 that
represent different matching modes respectively, and the default
value is 1.
Verify Mode 0: Only the administrator can open the lock, while the unlocking
function is disabled for ordinary users.
Verify Mode 1: This is a default matching mode. Users can open the lock by
successfully matching their fingerprints only once.
Verify Mode 2: This is a dual verification mode. The administrator can open the
lock by successfully matching his/her fingerprint only once, but an
ordinary user has to pass the verification in any two matching
modes by using the same ID.
Normal Open: Press OK to display the Normal Open interface, and press ▲/▼ to
select Yes or No. If you select Yes, a prompt will be displayed after
unlocking, inquiring whether you desire to select Normal Open. If
you press OK, the system will prompt you that the NO function is
enabled and then power off automatically and immediately. The
Normal Open interface is shown as follows:
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ESC
OK(Lock Up)
To disable the NO function, power on the system and press OK in
the Normal Open interface. Then the system closes the lock and
automatically powers off.
Card Only:
Press OK to display the Card Only interface, and press ▲/▼ to
select Yes or No. If you select Yes, you only need to verify your ID
card. +If you select No, you need to verify both your ID card and
fingerprint.
3.2 Language Settings
Select "Options" Æ "System Opt." Æ "Language" from the main menu to display
the following information:
System Opt.
Date Time
►Language
FPCard Key
↓
English
Press OK to display the Language interface, and press ▲/▼ to select a desired
language. Press OK to confirm your settings and then press ESC to exit System Opt.
When the system prompts whether to save your settings, press OK and your settings
will take effect after system restart.
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#Note: Language selection is a non-standard function. If you need this function,
please consult our commercial representatives or pre-sales technical support
engineers.
3.3 FP Card Password
After you set a password for your FP card, the fingerprint lock will write this
password into a Mifare card during the enrollment or creation of your FP card.
Select "Options" Æ "System Opt." Æ "FPCard Key" from the main menu to display
the following information:
FPCard Key
000000
ESC
OK
The FP card password consists of 6 digits. To enter a password, first select a digit
from 0–9 by pressing Ç or È (You can press and hold Ç or È to rapidly scroll
through the 10 digits) and press OK to confirm it. Then input the next digit in the
same way until the last one. Finally, press OK to confirm the password and return to
the System Opt. menu.
3.4 Advanced Settings
# Note: Only the super administrator has the right to perform advanced settings.
Select "Options" Æ "System Opt." Æ "Adv Option" from the main menu to display
the following information:
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Adv Option
Reset Opts.
Del All Logs
Clear All Data
↓
Clr Admin Pri
The options under “Adv Option” include: Reset Opts., Del All Logs, Clear All
Data, and Clr Admin Pri. Select any one of these options and press OK to display
the related setting interface. Press OK according to the prompt to confirm your
settings and return to the Adv Option interface, or press ESC to exit current interface
without performing any operation.
Reset Opts.:
This parameter is used to restore the fingerprint lock to factory
Del All Logs:
This parameter is used to delete all the verification records from a
defaults.
memory chip.
Clear All Data: This parameter is used to delete all the enrolled fingerprint images,
passwords and records.
Clr Admin Pri: This parameter is used to change an administrator into an ordinary
user. This function shall be used with caution. It is recommended
to register at least one new administrator in time after clearing the
priority of an administrator.
3.5 Browse System Information
Users can browse all the system information, including the enrolled fingerprint
counts, enrolled user, and device information. Select “Sys Info” from the main menu,
and press OK to proceed to the next step and display the following information:
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Sys Info
Browse Logs
Enroll User
Enroll FP
Log
Admin Cnt
Pwd Usr
Reg RFID
Free Space Info
Dev Info
↓
5
1
85
2
3
12
Press ▲/▼ to select Free Space Info and then press OK to browse the following
information:
Free Space Info
FP Cnt
499
Log
29915
Reg RFID
488
# Note: Only the fingerprint locks supporting ID cards are configured with the
“Reg FPID” and “Free Space Info” options.
Press ▲/▼ to select Dev Info and then press OK to browse the following
information:
Dev Info
FPCnt(100)
Log(10k)
Manu Time
↓
5
3
Serial Num
Vendor
Device Name
Alg Version
Firmware Ver
3.6 Browse Logs
The fingerprint locks support the offline browsing of unlocking logs, which
facilitates users to check whether there is any exceptional unlocking in time.
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Select “Browse Logs” from the main menu to display the following information:
Browse Logs
UserID
ESC
0001
OK
Press ▲/▼ to select a registered number that you want to browse logs and then
press OK to confirm the log date and time:
2--1
PIN:
2009-04-05
ESC
0001
14: 49
OK
The first digit denotes the
total number of records
and the last one denotes
current record.
3.7 USB Pen Drive Management
USB interface
1) Insert a USB pen drive into the USB interface.
2) Select “PenDrive Mng” from the main menu and
PenDrive Mng?
ESC
OK
press OK. A prompt as shown below is displayed.
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PenDrive Mng
DwnLoad AttLog
DwnLoad User
UpLoad User
3) Press OK in the prompt dialog box to display the
following interface:
Upgrade Firmware
1. Download Attendance Logs
1) Press ▲/▼ to select “Dwn AttLog” and then press
OK. When download completes, the following
Copy Data Suc!
interface is displayed:
2) Press ESC to return to the initial interface and then remove the USB pen drive.
Now the USB pen drive stores two files: X_attlog.dat (attendance logs) and X_user
(where "X" denotes that the device No. is X).
# Tip: If the download succeeds, a prompt “Copy Data Suc” will pop up. If the
system displays the prompt “Plug Pen Drive?”, please check whether the USB
pen drive is plugged in properly.
2. Download User Data
User data downloading is similar to the downloading of attendance logs. Press ▲/▼
to select “DwnLoad User” from the “PenDrive Mng” menu. The files user.dat (user
information) and template.dat (fingerprint template) will be concurrently
downloaded to the USB pen drive.
3. Upload User Data
Press ▲/▼ to select “UpLoad User” from the “PenDrive Mng” menu and then press
OK. The files user.dat (user information) and template.dat (fingerprint template)
stored in the USB pen drive will be concurrently uploaded to the fingerprint lock.
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# Tip: If a user exits with the same ID in the fingerprint lock, the new upload
will overwrite the existing user data; otherwise, the new user data will be
directly added.
4. Upgrade Firmware
You can select “Upd Firmware” to upgrade the firmware of a fingerprint lock
through the upgrade files in the USB pen drive.
# Note: If you need firmware upgrade files, please contact our technical support
engineers. Generally it is not recommended to upgrade the firmware.
Tip: Please do not perform invalid operations (for example, insert
or remove the USB pen drive in a frequent manner or during
upload/download) on the USB pen drive, because it may result in
system instability. It is recommended to keep the door open during
the use of the USB pen drive.
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4. Conventions on Other Functions
4.1 Routine Operation Indications
User operation success indication: The buzzer sounds once and the green LED
indicator is solid on for 3 seconds.
User operation failure indication: The buzzer sounds short tone twice and the red
LED indicator is solid on for 3 seconds.
Warning indication: The buzzer sounds short tone five times intermittently.
4.2 Administrator Loss Prevention
To avoid the menu operation failure as a result of loss of administrator, you may take
the following measures: Press and hold the Menu key for 3 seconds to display the
administrator verification interface. Then move the band switch on the rear of the
fingerprint lock to the left or right. Now you can access the menus as super
administrator for management and operation.
4.3 Battery Low Voltage Protection
Low Voltage Protection: When the battery meter stays at one bar, the system
prompts you to replace the battery and the battery icon starts flashing. If you press
and hold the Menu key, the system prompts you that you cannot access menus. In
addition, the menus are also inaccessible during use of external power so as to
prevent data loss caused by power instability. When the battery meter stays less than
one bar, the battery shuts itself off automatically.
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4.4 Automatic Program Exit and System Power-off
„
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically upon successful matching and
unlocking.
„
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when you set Yes for the
“Normal Open” option upon unlocking.
„
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when the number of invalid
operations exceeds the threshold. The fingerprint lock powers off
automatically when an alarm is generated for 30 seconds upon restart.
„
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically when the supply voltage is
lower than level-3 detection voltage.
„
The fingerprint lock powers off automatically if there is no keystroke within
10 seconds on the initial interface.
4.5 External Power Use Description
The fingerprint lock supports temporary use of external DC power for fingerprint or
password matching and unlocking, but when connected with an external battery, the
fingerprint lock cannot provide such special functions as enrollment, deletion and
setting, so as to prevent data loss as a result of power instability.
As shown in the figure below, connect a 9V battery to the two access points at the
bottom of a fingerprint lock, regardless of polarity.
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If you power off a fingerprint lock without closing the lock during the use of
external power, the lock cylinder will not automatically return to its original position.
That is, the fingerprint lock remains in NO state. To solve this problem, you can
replace the battery and then open the lock once to have the lock cylinder in position.
4.6 Unlock With an Emergency Mechanical Key
You can open the door using an emergency mechanical key in case the electronic
component does not operate.
(1) Pry open the keyhole cover by inserting the sharp end of a ball-pen or
screwdriver with a diameter of less than 3 mm. Remove the cover.
(2) Insert the emergency key into the keyhole and rotate 90° to unlock.
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Appendix
Technical Specifications
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Sensor: Optics sensor without coating
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Capacity: 500 fingerprint images; 100 passwords; 500 users.
¾
Matching mode: Fingerprint matching, password matching, MF card & ID
card matching.
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Record capacity: 30000
¾
Resolution: 500 DPI
¾
Identification speed: ≤ 2 seconds
¾
False acceptance rate: ≤ 0.0001%
¾
False rejection rate: ≤ 1%
¾
Power: Four AA batteries; working voltage: 4.2V–6V.
¾
Locking count: ≥ 4000 (Four NANFU alkaline batteries)
¾
Temperature: 0–45°C
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Humidity: 10%–80%
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