User manual
USER GUID E
i-Kiosk 100 Plus
Premier Color Multimedia
Fingerprint
Time Attendance &
Access Control System
U S E R G U I D E
i-Kiosk 100 Plus
Premier Color Multimedia
Fingerprint
Time Attendance &
Access Control System
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CONTENTS
1 GETTING STARTED
4-7
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
•Installation Location •Use of Sensor
INTRODUCTION TO READER
•Complete Package •Materials Provided
•Basic Features
8-28
USING THE FINGERPRINT READER
TIPS FOR BEST FINGERPRINT ENROLLMENT INITIAL SET UP OF THE FINGERPRINT READER
•Date/Time Adjustment • Enrollment
•Enrollment of Supervisor/Administrator
•Enrollment of Normal User •Fingerprint Verification
•Password Enrollment •Password Verification
•Deleting Users
3 RFID card function
ENROLLMENT OF RFID CARD
29-35
ADD RFID CARD TO EXISTING FINGERPRINT USERS
VERIFICATION WITH RFID CARD
4access options
36-54
BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO ACCESS OPTIONS
FUNCTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFINITION OF TIME ZONE
DEFINITION OF GROUPING FUNCTION
DEFINITION OF USER ACCESS SETTINGS
DEFINITION OF HOLIDAY SETTINGS
USER UNLOCK COMBINATION SETTINGS
ACCESS CONTROL PARAMETERS
DURESS ALARM PARAMETERS
5 Most FrequentLY UseD Functions 55-69
USB FLASH DISK (PEN DRIVE)
WORK CODES
PRESET SCHEDULE BELL (ALARM)
BROADCAST (SHORT MESSAGES DISPLAY)
CAPTURE PHOTO USERS
T9 INPUT METHOD
6 System Options
2 USING THE FINGERPRINT READER
70-75
PARAMETERS SETUP
DATE/TIME ADJUSTMENT
DATA MANAGEMENT
UPDATE
SYSTEM RESET
AUTO TEST 7
Customize
8
9
76-79
DISPLAY
MEDIA SETUP
SCREEN ADJUST ALARMS
KEYBOARD
Records and System Information 80-82
RECORDS
SYSTEM INFORMATION
INSTALLATION & COMMUNICATIONS
83-94
CONNECTIONS AVAILABLE COMMUNICATION CONNECTION
•TCP/IP Connection
•RS232 Connection
•RS485 Connection
•Wireless Connection
APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
95-96
1getting started
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
INTRODUCTION
TO READER
Installation Location
FingerTec® introduces the i-Kiosk series,
the multi-faceted touch screen biometric
equipment that will change the way you
look at fingerprint verification technology. Aside from offering the expedience
of multiple verification methods, it is userfriendly and is furnished with SGVA high
color resolution.
Do not install readers in areas which are
exposed to bright sunlight or rain, as the
fingerprint readers are not designed to
work in those areas. Bright light will interfere with reading of the sensor and fingerprint readers are not waterproof or vandal
proof. It is recommended to protect your
fingerprint readers with enclosure.
Go to http://accessory.fingertec.com to
view the enclosure and other accessories.
Use of Sensor
Do not abuse the fingerprint sensor by
scratching the surface, contacting the
sensor’s surface with heat, pressing hard
during placement of fingerprint for verification. Clean the sensor occasionally with
cellophane tape to maintain the performance of the sensor.
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Developed with the advanced Embedded
LINUX operation system, the FingerTec®
i-Kiosk 100 Plus does keep up with the latest technology as it adds WiFi and GPRS
functionality for a faster, seamless, and
more stable real-time transfer of attendance data. It allows storage of 100,000
transactions at a time and a maximum of
3,000 fingerprint templates. It is also suitably equipped with 8 function keys and a
touch screen control panel with integrated
camera display for easier and quicker
navigation.
i-Kiosk 100 Plus
FingerTec® i-Kiosk 100 Plus is a smart
choice for time attendance and door access system for its versatility. There’s no
need to worry if a fingerprint cannot be
verified immediately – access can be had
by proximity card and password identification too. The wide-screen 8-inch LCD for
vivid colorful display provides enhanced
user experience as it can be used for MP3
music and short movie playback.
With all the outstanding features it can offer, there is no doubt the i-Kiosk 100 Plus
is the perfect solution to a company’s biometric time attendance and door access
requirement.
Complete Package
Fingerprint Reader
RS232 cable
Screws
DC 12V Power Adapter
Key
Li-icon battery
SPECIFICATION
Display area (inch)
8.0 TFT screen
Color resolution
65k
Surface finishing
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Functions
Time attendance and door access control
system
FP storage
3000
Transaction log
120000
Connection available TCP/IP, RS232, RS485, USB flash disk (pen drive), USB host-client, Wiegand
26-bits input and output, WiFi / GPRS
Card reader
RFID card reader
Card capacity
65534
Sensor
Optical scanner with silicon coating
RFID Card (5pcs)
Screwdriver
USB Flash Disk (Optional)
Software CD
3 Pin Plug
2 Pin Plug
Multimedia functions Short message display, Short movies
playback, MP3 playback
Software
Language available
English, Arabic, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai, Portuguese, Chinese, French,
Russian, Farsi, Italian, Vietnamese,
German, Italian
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Materials
Provided
• Quick Start Guide
• Hardware User Manual
Basic Features
Color LCD
L.E.D Display
The L.E.D display has two lights.
Green - The reader is in standby mode or to indicate that user has been successfully verified.
Red - To indicate that user verification has failed
Screen that displays instruction and status of reader.
This is a touch screen panel. You can press the screen
to do settings without using keypads.
• Software User Manual
• Video Guide for Hardware • Video Guide for Software
• Sample of Enrollment Form
Function
Keys
ANTEnNA
To send/receive signal
of WiFi or GPRS
Shortcut keys
to enter specific command
to reader
RFID CARD
RFID card induction
area
Navigation Keys
To navigate and to
input command to
reader
KeypadS
Keys from 0-9, alphabets Power
on/off button, Escape/Cancel
button, Menu/Enter button, backspace button, asterisk (*) button,
hash (#) button
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Optical Scanner
Speaker
To prompt user with result of
verification and information
For user to place finger for enrollment or
verification
NOTE
USB PORT
To upload/download users
information, password, fingerprints and transaction logs
via USB flash disk.
Escape
Number and
Menu/Enter
Alphabet keys
Backspace Asterisk
Hash
Power On/Off
USB port for data transfer
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2using the
fingerprint reader
USING THE
FINGERPRINT READER
This chapter will guide on how to use the
fingerprint reader effectively. To get a
good reading every time, initial fingerprint
enrollment must be done properly.
FingerTec® i-Kiosk 100 Plus reader provides 4 types of enrollment method:
1 Fingerprint Enrollment
User enrolls his fingerprint template into a reader and the template will be used for future verifications.
2 Password Enrollment
For user who has difficulty to enroll fingerprint due to poor
fingerprint quality, enrollment of password is recommended.
Password enrollment is also suitable for visitors and temporary
workers.
3 Fingerprint and Password Enrollment
Under this option, a user can enroll both fingerprint and password at the same time. The user can either use fingerprint or
password to report attendance or to gain access.
Center points
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4 RFID CARD ENROLLMENT
Please refer to Chapter 3 for RFID Card Function.
TIPS FOR BEST
FINGERPRINT ENROLLMENT
What you should DO
1 Use INDEX finger
Index finger is smaller than thumb and it can be comfortably
placed on the sensor. The use of thumb is not recommended
because the center points might not be placed properly on the
sensor, hence cannot be read by the sensor.
2 Make sure the finger is not wet, too dry, injured or dirty
The finger needs to be slightly moist to enable the sensor to read
the minutiae points on the fingerprint.
Place finger flat on the fingerprint sensor. Make sure the
finger’s midpoint is placed at the center of the fingerprint
sensor.
What you should NOT do
3 Place the center points of your finger at the center of the sensor
The center points of a finger is an area where there is a swirl and
the center points must be properly placed on the sensor during
enrollment.
4 Don’t press hard at the sensor, just place your finger on the sensor
UPRIGHT
ASKEW
The sensor is reading minutiae points of your finger and placing a finger properly on the sensor will prompt the sensor to
read those points. Pressing your finger hard on the sensor is not
necessary.
5.Don’t do enrollment under bright light or direct
sunlight
OFF CENTER PART
It is important to note that bright light or sunlight could interfere
with reading of the sensor. Avoid placing the reader under direct
sunlight or bright light to avoid difficulty in enrollment and future
verification.
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Initial Set Up of
the Fingerprint reader
Date / Time Adjustment
When first installing a fingerprint reader, it is important to set the correct date and time.
Follow the steps shown to access the Date/Time adjustment menu:
1
Select the Menu button.
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2
Select System followed by Date & Time. 3
The arrow buttons control the movement of the cursor.
Enter time value by using the numeric keypad.
Select Done to save settings.
DLST stands for Daylight Saving Time.
Please enter the date and time in the given column to use this
feature.
4
Select OK to confirm.
5
DLST: Enter date and time for daylight saving starts
Standard: Enter date and time to return to standard
Select the return arrow to go to the Main Menu.
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Enrollment
Enrollment of Supervisor /
Administrator
To assist in fingerprint enrollment, please use the form provided. The administrator can keep track of the enrollment detail. You can design your
own form to suit to your company’s requirements.
Once the fingerprint reader is switched on, a display
on screen will appear. Enroll a supervisor or an administrator, the in-charge person to administer the
fingerprint templates and the transaction data in the
reader. Choose trustworthy people for this particular
role.
User Enrollment Template Form for Reader
1
No.
User ID
No.
Employee
Name
Department
Reader ID:____________________
IC No.
No. of Fingers
Enrolled
Date
Note Signature
Registered
sample
Select the Menu button.
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2
3
The page will automatically turn to User Management. Select New User. 4
Use
Enter the user ID in the ID No. column using the numeric keypad, for example 1.
5
to go to Authority field to change it to Admin. Select Enroll Fingerprint to start fingerprint enrollment.
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6
Press finger firmly on the optical scanner to enroll fingerprint. 8
7
The enrolled fingerprint image will be displayed on the screen. Place the same finger on the scanner for another 2 times.
9
This screen will be displayed after a successful enrollment. end the enrollment process. 14
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The screen will return to the previous page. The FP num =1, Select Done to
indicates that a fingerprint has been enrolled for this user ID.
Select Done to save settings.
10
Select OK to confirm. 11
You can repeat the above steps to enroll another user.
Select Done to end enrollment.
12
Select the return arrow to go back to the main menu.
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Enrollment of normal user
1
A normal user is only allowed to use the reader for
identity verification, and he does not have any other
authorities to access the system. To add a normal user,
follow the steps shown.
2
The page will automatically turn to User Management. Select New User. 16
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Select the Menu button.
3
Enter the user ID in the ID no. field using the numeric keypad for
example 2.
4
Go to the Authority field and use
5
to change it to User. 6
Press finger firmly on the optical scanner to enroll fingerprint Select Enroll Fingerprint to start enrollment.
7
The enrolled fingerprint image will be displayed on the screen.
Place the same finger on the scanner for another 2 times.
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8
This screen will be displayed after a successful enrollment. Select Done to end the enrollment process. 10
Select OK to confirm. 18
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9
The screen will return to the previous page. The FP num =1,
indicates that a fingerprint has been enrolled for this user ID.
Select Done to save settings.
11
Repeat the above steps to enroll another user.
Select Done to end enrollment process.
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Fingerprint
Verification
The reader supports 2 types of fingerprint verification method. User can choose either method to
verify his fingerprint at the reader.
• 1 to Many (1:N) fingerprint matching
• 1 to 1 (1:1) fingerprint matching
Select the arrow to return to the main menu.
To enroll more users, repeat the steps above.
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1 to Many (1:N) fingerprint matching
1
Place the enrolled fingerprint on the fingerprint sensor.
3
2
Wait a second before removing the finger from the fingerprint sensor. 4
The reader will verify user, display his user ID and prompt
If verification failed, the reader will prompt “Please try again.”
“Thank you”.
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1 to 1 (1:1) fingerprint matching
1
2
Enter the user ID by using the numeric keypad. 3
The reader will verify user, display his user ID and prompt “Thank you.”.
Place the enrolled finger on the fingerprint sensor.
4
If verification failed, the reader will prompt “Please try again.”
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password
ENROLLMENT
1
For user who cannot enroll his fingerprint, he can
choose to use passwords.
Follow the steps below:
2
Select New User to start. 22
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Select the Menu button.
3
Enter user ID into the ID No. column using the numeric keypad for
example 3.
4
Go to the Authority field and use the
5
to change to User. Select Enroll Password.
6
7
Enter password in the column, a maximum of 8-digit. Select
to go to the next field.
Re-enter password to confirm. Press Done to save settings.
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8
There will be a key icon on the screen to indicate that this user ID has been enrolled with password. Select Done to save settings.
10
Repeat the above steps to enroll new user. Select DONE to end process.
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Select OK to confirm.
11
Select the arrow to return to the main menu.
1
password
Verification
User with password enrollment can always use
password to report attendance or gain access from
the readers.
2
Select OK button. Enter user ID.
3
Enter password using numeric keypad.
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4
Press OK to confirm password. 6
If verification failed, the reader will prompt, “Please try again”.
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5
The reader will verify user, display user ID and prompt “Thank you”.
deleting users
1
The system allows deletion of user from the system.
This is important as employees come and go. Therefore, for those who had left the company, their fingerprint templates or records must be deleted from the
system to avoid any misuse of the system. Only an
administrator or a supervisor has the rights to delete
user.
Follow the steps shown to delete users.
2
Select Manage User. Select Menu button.
3
All users will be displayed on the screen. Select the User ID you wish
to delete. Select Delete to proceed.
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4
Select Delete User.
6
The screen will refresh and user ID will be deleted from
records. Select Back to return to the previous page.
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5
Select OK to confirm.
7
Select the arrow to return to the main menu.
3 RFID card function
The reader supports enrollment of RFID Card.
User can report time attendance and gain access by using RFID card. At the same time, users
with fingerprint or password enrollment can add
RFID card as well.
Each RFID card has a unique ID. During enrollment this Card ID will be read from the RFID
card and stored in the reader. During verification the reader will match the ID in the card to
the ID stored in the reader.
ENROLLMENT OF
RFID card
Each RFID card user must register his RFID card to
the reader.
To enroll user with RFID card, follow the steps shown:
1
Select the Menu button.
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2
3
Select the New User button. 4
Select
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Enter user ID using the numeric keypad for example 4.
5
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Select Enroll Card to start enrollment of RFID card.
6
Wave RFID card at the induction area. 8
The card icon will appear to indicate that this user ID has been
enrolled with RFID card. Select Done to save settings.
7
The reader will capture RFID Card ID and display it on screen. Select Done to end process.
9
Select OK to confirm.
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10
Add RFID card
to existing
fingerprint users
Existing fingerprint users can choose to use RFID card
as a backup verification method. These users can either verified using fingerprint or RFID card. To add
RFID card to existing fingerprint users, please follow
the steps below:
Repeat the steps above to enroll new card user.
Select Back to return to the previous page.
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Select the return arrow to go back to the main menu.
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1
Select the Menu button.
2
Select Manage User. 4
Select Enroll Card to start RFID card enrollment. 3
Select
to choose the user ID to add RFID card for example user
ID 1. Select Edit button.
5
Wave RFID card at the induction area.
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6
RFID card will be read and card number displayed on the screen. Select Done to save settings. 8
7
There is a card icon indicates that user has been enrolled with RFID
card. Select Done to save settings.
9
\
The screen will refresh and the RFID card numbers will appear
on User ID 1. Select Back to return to the previous page.
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Select the return arrow to go back to the main menu.
1
verification with
rfid card
RFID card user can do verification at the reader by the
following combinations:
To enable this operation, configure option Card Only
in Advance Option to Yes.
2
The RFID card number and User ID will be displayed on screen,
and reader will prompt, “Thank you”.
Wave RFID card at the induction area. The reader will read the RFID card to verify it.
3
If verification failed, the screen will show RFID card number and
message “Not enrolled”.
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4access options
BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO
ACCESS OPTIONS
Access option function setting is the settings of user’s accessibility to certain doors. It is known as
Time Zone. A combination of time zones is known
as Group Time Zone. There are a total of 50 time
zones available in the reader. Below are some examples of Time Zone configurations and combinations of Time Zones.
Time zone
1
Constant access time for a period of one
week.
Table 1.1 is showing the time zone 1 detailed schedule where users are only allowed access from 9am
to 6pm from Monday to Sunday.
Time zone
2
3
09:00-18:00
SUN
23:59-00:00
23:59-00:00
09:00-18:00
MON
08:00-12:00
14:00-18:00
09:00-18:00
TUE
08:00-12:00
14:00-18:00
WED
09:00-18:00
WED
08:00-12:00
14:00-18:00
THU
09:00-18:00
THU
08:00-12:00
14:00-18:00
09:00-18:00
FRI
08:00-12:00
14:00-18:00
09:00-18:00
SAT
23:59-00:00
23:59-00:00
SUN
MON
TUE
FRI
SAT
Table 1.1 Time Zone 1
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Time Zone 1
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Table 1.2
Time Zones 2 & 3
Time Zone 2
Variation in access for a period of one week.
Table 1.2 is showing the time zone 2 where users are allowed access from 8am to 12pm from Monday to Friday
but denied access on weekends.
Time Zone 3
Every new registered user belongs to Time Zone 1. Default
grouping combination is Group 1 and default Group Time
Zone 1.
Group time zone
1
Time zones
2
3
Variation in access for a period of one week.
2
Table 1.2 also is showing the time zone 3 where users are
allowed access from 2pm to 6pm from Monday to Friday
but denied access on weekends.
3
The Time Zone 2 and Time Zone 3 belongs to the same
group of employee, therefore they can be grouped together in Group Time Zone, for example Group Time
Zone 1.
There are a total of 5 Group Time Zones available for
use.
4
5
Table 1.3 Group Time Zones
Under a condition where Group 1 and Time Zone 1 are in
factory default status, new registered user defaults in unlocking status. If the grouping of that user does not include in
grouping combination setting, then user can only record time
attendance but cannot unlock the door.
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Access option has 6 main functions
• Time Zone setting
To define time zone 1 to 50.
• Holiday settings
To define time zone for holiday.
• Group time zones settings
To define group time zones, a group
can support up to 3 different time zones.
•
Unlock combination settings
To define different time zone combinations, and each combination is composed of
different groups.
• Access control parameters
To define lock/unlock parameters
• Duress alarm parameters
To define duress alarm parameters.
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Function description
Definition of time zone
Time zone
Range of time specified for access options. The
system can define a maximum of 50 time zones.
Each user can set a maximum of 3 times zones.
Time region
A certain period of time with a format of HH:
MM–HH:MM, operates in 24-hr format and accurate to the minutes. For each time zones, 7 time
regions can be set.
All day access
00:00 to 23:59, reader allows user to access anytime in a day.
Forbidden time zone
23:59 to 00:00, reader blocks users to access
anytime in a day.
All new enrolled users are automatically assigned to
Time Zone 1. It is recommended not to change any settings in Time Zone 1.
1
For example,
Users are allowed to access from 8:00 am – 12:00pm
during working­ hours from Monday to Friday. Saturdays
and Sundays are off days and users are not allowed
any entry.
Follow the steps to configure time zones.
Select A/C Settings.
2
3
Select Time Zone Settings.
Select Add to add a new time zone.
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4
Press arrow key to move around the columns. Insert the time in the
columns to define time zone. Select Done to save settings.
6
Select Back to return to the previous menu. 40
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5
Press OK to save settings.
7
A new time zone is displayed on screen.
Select Back to return to the previous menu.
The configured time zone is saved and reader is
allowed to set the next time zone. A total of 50
time zone is available and each user can use up
to 3 time zones.
1
After time zones settings are configured, these time
zones shall be included in the Group Time Zones
for the configuration to take effects.
DEFINITION OF
GROUPING FUNCTION
Grouping function can segregate users into group
and combine different groups into different unlocking combinations. The function provides convenience to grouping management of Access Options. The grouping function can combine as many
unlocking combinations as possible from the five
groups. New registered user default belongs to
Group 1 but the users in Group 1 can be relocated
into another group.
Select A&C Setting.
2
Follow the steps to configure group time zone,
Select Group Settings.
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3
Select Add to add in a new group time zone.
5
4
Insert the corresponding information into the columns as shown.
NO: Group time zone
Holiday: Invalid (to block user during holiday)
TZ1 / TZ2 / TZ3: Time zone to be followed in this gruop; maximum 3
different time zones
A new group time zone is displayed on screen.
Select Back to return to the previous menu.
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DEFINITION OF
USER ACCESS SETTINGS
User Access Options is to process correlative
setting according to user’s requirements.
For example,
User ID 00001 is assigned to Group Time Zone 2. Follow
the steps to assign user into group time zone.
Enter Access Options menu to check
user’s Access Options status
User Access Options include user grouping
setting, use group time zone and user time
zone.
Grouping
Divides registered users into several groups
making them managable.
1
Use group time zone
Whether the user uses default time zone of the
belonged group.
User time zone
For user to set user’s unlocking time, and select
number of time zone already being set.
At the main menu, select Manage User.
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2
Definition of
Holiday Settings
User access time can control reader during holiday.
The access time zone might vary during holiday and
the time zone for holiday can be preset.
During configuration of the time zone for holiday, the
time range for the time zone is time to block users to
gain access.
Select the user ID to assign time zone to for example 1888.
Select A&C settings.
3
Example,
Users are allowed to access during holiday from 8:00
to 12:00. Therefore, you must configure in time zone
as below
13:00 – 23:59
This is the time range to block users to gain access from
the reader. Please take note, time zone for holiday has
a different concept than the normal time zone.
Insert 2 into the column Group no. Select Done to save settings.
Now User ID 1888 is assigned into Group Time Zone 2, and this
group controls his accessibility.
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Example of settings
Select a public holiday for example 1st May. The reader
is set to disallow any access during holiday. Follow the
steps shown to configure holiday settings.
2
Select Time Zone Settings. Select A&C Settings.
3
Select ADD to add a new time zone.
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4
Now configure the time to block user to access to certain time zones. To block access for the entire day, you will need to configure 00:00 – 23:59.
Repeat the configuration for the whole week.
Select Done when finish.
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Select OK to save settings.
Select Back to return to the previous menu.
6
Select Holiday Settings.
7
Select ADD to add in a new holiday. 9
8
Assign the starting and ending date of the holiday.
Insert the time zone to block user to access.
Select Done to save settings.
Select Back to return to the main menu.
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1
User Unlock
Combination settings
The reader can support unlock combination
to control user accessibility.
When unlock combination is activated, reader will request verification from multiple users
from different group time zone for example 3
users from 3 different group time zone must
verify at the reader.
Each user must have a valid time zone during
the verification process.
The reader will not open door if:
Select A&C Settings.
2
1 – user’s group time zone is not included in
the combination.
2 – the time zone of user is invalid during
verification process.
Select Unlock Combination Settings.
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3
Select ADD to add a new unlock combination group. By default, all users are assigned into Combo 1, where it supports group time zone 1 only. 4
Select OK to confirm.
4
Insert the name of Combo, for example 2. Insert the group time zones to
be included into this Combo. Maximum is 5 group time zones.
Select Done to save settings.
6
A new unlock combination group is displayed on screen.
You can assign users into the group by referring to User Access Settings.
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1
Access control
Parameters
This page allows administrator to configure accessibility of readers. There are total 8 options ready for
configuration. Follow the steps to enter to access control parameters.
2
Select Access Control Parameters.
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Select A&C settings.
3
Select Done to save settings.
Options available and their functions
Lock (1-10s)
To adjust the unlocking time after verification.
Duress alarm
parameters
Dsen. Delay (1-99s)
To delay door sensor from triggering alarm system
when door is not closing. This function only works
when a door sensor is attached to the reader.
Dsen Mode
To choose the type of door sensor attached to the
reader. There are NO (normally opened) and NC
(normally closed) available. Choose NONE if no door
sensor is attached.
Alarm Delay (1-99s)
To delay the reader from triggering alarm system.
Alarm count (1-9 times)
To adjust the maximum verification failures of users.
When the maximum is reached, reader will trigger
alarm system.
The fingerprint reader will trigger alarm system after a duress fingerprint is verified successfully. It is
advisable
1
To use different fingers to do daily clocking
mechanism and to trigger duress alarm
OR
2
To use different verification to do daily
clocking mechanism and to trigger duress
alarm.
Close TZ
Door is always locked during the predefined time period, so users cannot gain access after verification.
Open TZ
Door is always unlocked during the predefined time
period, so users do not need to verify their identities
but can gain access.
Valid holidays
Choose Valid to enable the holiday settings. Choose
Invalid to disable the holiday settings.
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1
Select A&C settings.
3
To define Duress Fingerprint. Select DONE to proceed.
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Select Duress Alarm Parameters.
4
Select Manage User.
5
6
Select user ID to assign duress finger, for example user ID 1888. Select Manage
7
8
Choose the fingerprint to be defined as duress finger by selecting “Choice”.
Select Done to save settings.
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9
1:1 Trig
Select [Yes] to enable. Enter user ID followed by fingerprint verification to trigger alarm system. During daily
clocking mechanism, all users use 1:N fingerprint verification. All 1:1 fingerprint verification process will trigger
alarm system.
1:N Trig
Select OK to confirm.
Select Back to return to the previous menu.
Select [Yes] to enable. Place finger on scanner for fingerprint verification to trigger alarm system. During daily
clocking mechanism, all users use 1:1 fingerprint verification. All 1:N fingerprint verification process will trigger
alarm system.
Pwd Trig
Options available and their
functions
If users would like to use the same fingerprint for daily
clocking and to trigger duress alarm, administrator must
enable either one of the following functions.
Help key
Select [Yes] to enable. Hold the
for 3 second followed by the fingerprint verification. Successful verification will trigger alarm system.
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Select [Yes] to enable. Enter user ID and password for
verification to trigger alarm system. During daily clocking mechanism, all users use fingerprint verification. Any
password verification process will trigger alarm system.
Alarm delay
To delay the reader to trigger alarm system after verification. If user would like to enroll another finger to trigger
duress alarm, please disable all of the above option.
Please see the next page to learn on how to enroll/define
a finger to trigger duress alarm.
5 Most Frequently Used
Functions
USB Flash Disk
(pen drive)
There are 3 most frequently used functions in this
reader:
• USB flash disk (pen drive)
• Work Codes
• Alarm
If a reader is installed remotely from a computer or
encountering connection problems that are causing
disruption of data download, user can transfer data
via USB flash disk.
Plug in your USB flash disk and follow the steps shown
below:
1
Select the Menu button.
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2
Select the Pen Drive icon.
3
There are a total of 10 operations available to choose from.
Upload users: To upload users into reader.
Upload pictures: To upload pictures (for screen saver) into
reader.
Upload users photo: To upload user photo into reader.
Upload SMS: To upload preset short messages into reader.
Upload flash: To upload flash into reader.
Download User: To download users into USB flash disk.
Download Attg: To download transaction logs into USB
flash disk.
Download user photo: To download users’ photo into USB
flash disk.
Download SMS: To download short messages into USB
flash disk.
Download capture photo: To download captured photo
into USB flash disk.
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Work Codes
Work code feature is available in this fingerprint
reader. The work code feature allows user to enter a predefined number after identity verification.
User will enter a number being assigned after
as work code to show purpose of their clocking
data.
Table below is showing examples of work code
function predefined by numbers.
Reasons
Work Code
Check In
00
Check out
01
OT start
04
Done
05
Sick Leave
10
Half Day Leave
12
Emergency Leave
11
Meeting Client
20
Outstation
21
These numbers are predefined by user in the software
and they represent different reasons, such as “10” for
sick leave, “11” for emergency leave. It is recommended to predefine all work codes using software. However, shall you choose to predefine work codes at the
reader itself, follow these steps:
1
Select the Menu button.
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2
3
Select Workcode. Select Add.
4
Enter a number to define the work code using numeric keypad, for example 30. Select Name field. 58
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Enter the name of the work code by using T9 input method,
for example MC. Select Done to save settings.
6
7
The screen will refresh and a new work code will be created. Select Back to return to the previous page. Select return arrow to go back to the main menu.
REMARK:
It is recommended to define and upload work codes in
TCMS V2 software
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To enter work code during verification
1
Input work code after verification: Select the asterisk (*) button.
3
Place the enrolled fingerprint on the fingerprint sensor.
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Enter the work code using the numeric keypad. Please make sure that the
work code you enter is displayed on the screen. Select OK to proceed.
4
Wait a second before removing the finger from the fingerprint sensor. The reader
will verify that you are a user; display the user ID and prompt “Thank you”.
5
If verification failed, the reader will prompt, “Please try again.”
1
Select the Menu button.
2
Preset schedule bells
(Alarm)
The reader offers 56 preset scheduled bells (alarm).
This schedule is intended to alert users of the beginning
and ending of working sessions. To use this function, the
reader needs to be connected to a bell or to an alarm
system.
Follow these steps to define scheduled bells:
Select Alarm.
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3
4
Select
to select a schedule to define alarm, for example, Schedule 1. Enter time to set the alarm into the Bell Hours fields.
5
Select
music.
Select
to go to Time field to define snoozing repeat, for example 3 times.
Please ignore State field.
Select Done to save settings.
The screen will refresh and a new alarm time is defined.
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to go to Music field, and and select
to select the type of 6
Broadcast
(Short messages display)
Select to the return arrow to go back to the main menu.
The reader can display short messages on screen
to alert users. There are 2 types of messages,
public and personal. User can view the public
messages all the time by pressing the asterisk (*)
button. The personal messages are assigned to
dedicated users only, and will be displayed only
to the intended users after his/her verification. You
can predefine the valid time period for the short
messages from the onset of the display until its
expiry period. The message will automatically be
erased from the memory after the expiry period.
While the short messages can be defined at the
reader, it is strongly advisable to do it using the
software. To do it via reader, follow the steps
shown below:
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1
2
Select the Menu button.
Select Broadcast.
3
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to choose the short messages for display.
Select Edit to proceed.
It is recommended to predefine the short messages using the
software before uploading them to the reader.
4
Select
Select
5
to enter the start time of display.
to go to the Valid time field, for example 60 minutes.
Select
go to the Type field to assign the messages as public or
personal. messages.
If the short message is assigned as Public, all users can view the
message. Select Done to save settings.
6
Press Done to save settings.
The page will refresh the content and type of the messahe.
Select Back to return to the previous page.
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7
When the short message is assigned as Personal, only dedicated
users can view it after verification.
Select to change message type to Personal.
Select Assign to proceed.
8
Select OK after choosing a recipient.
9
Press OK to dedicate the short messages to the users.
Press Done to save settings.
Select Done to save settings.
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Capture users photo
The reader is integrated with a camera to capture
user photo during verification. Every time a user
verifies at the reader, the camera will capture the
photo of the person. Administrator can choose
to save or discard the captured photo. Refer to
page (76) for more details.
The screen will refresh and you can see the content and the type of
the message.
Select Back to return to the previous page.
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1
T9 input method
You can enter alphabet, symbols or numbers during configurations at the reader. You can use T9
input method to enter these information.
For example:
To input username by T9 input method:
Select Menu button.
2
Select New User.
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Select
4
go to the Name field. 5
Using similar steps, enter the name into the field. Select asterisk (*) to input alphabet. Select 1 and a new line will be
displayed at the bottom. Select 3 to select A.
6
The name is entered into the system.
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6 SYSTEM OPTIONS
2
There are a total of 6 fields available in the system
options.
Parameters setup
1
Threshold (1:1): To configure the sensitivity of the optical scanner
during 1:1 matching. The threshold range is from 0 to 50; recommended threshold is 15.
(1:N): To configure the sensitivity of the optical scanner during 1
: N matching. The threshold range is from 0 to 50; recommended
threshold is 35.
Date format: To change the display date format on screen.
Keybeep: To disable/enable the keypad sound
Voice: To disable/enable the greeting voice
Volume: To adjust the volume of the greeting voice, ranging from
0 to 100%. Recommended volume is 60%.
Log alert: To alert administrator when available space is less
than the predefined value.
ReCheck Min: To configure reader to update any new transaction
logs of user among a time period.
Select System and choose Param Setup.
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Space Alert:To alert administrator when the total space available
is less than predefined value.
1
Date/Time
Adjustment
Administrator can configure the reader to
make the display date and time as local. It is
important because the display date and time
will affect the transaction logs of users.
Select System, followed by Date & Time.
2
Select the
to move to the corresponding field to enter the correct date and time.
Select Done to save settings.
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2
Data Management
As the data (user ID, names, fingerprint, password,
Card ID, transaction logs etc) is stored inside the reader, the memory space is reduced during operation period. Therefore, it is recommended to clear the unnecessary data to maintain the reader working in perfect
condition.
Select any of the options to clear specific data.
1
Select Back to return to the previous page after the process.
Delete Attlog: To delete all stored transaction logs.
Delete All: To delete all stored information.
Clear Authority: To clear administrator privilege.
Delete pictures: To delete pictures stored as wall paper
Delete capture-photo: To delete all photo captured after success
verification.
Delete Black-List photo: To delete all photo captured after failed
verification.
Select System followed by Data Mng.
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Update
System reset
This option is to allow installer to update the firmware
version of the reader. The firmware is stored inside the
USB flask disk and the disk has to be plugged into the
reader. The update process will run automatically after
the administrator select the Update button.
This option is to reset all settings in the reader back
to default. All data are kept during the reset process. It is not intended to clear storage of the reader
but to reset settings to its default values.
1
Plug the USB flash disk to the reader.
Select System followed by Update to start the update process.
Plug the USB flash disk to the reader.
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2
Auto Test
This option is to allow installer to run testing on the
reader to diagnose any error.
Select any of the options to reset specific settings.
Select Back to return to the previous page when done.
Reset all default parameters: To reset all settings in reader.
1
Reset keyboard parameters: To reset the shortcut keys on
keyboard only.
Reset alarm parameters: To reset all time settings for alarms
(scheduled bells).
Reset other parameters: To reset other parameters back to
default settings.
Select any of the options to run the specific test.
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Select Back to return to previous page after done.
All Test: To run all test
TFT Test: To test the functionality of TFT screen.
Audio Test: To test the functionality of sound.
Keyboard Test: To test functionality of keyboard.
Sensor Test: To test the sensitivity of the optical scanner.
RTC Test: To test the accuracy of the real time clocking crystal.
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7Customization
2
You can change the settings of reader to change its display screen, alarm outputs and keyboard input.
Display
This option will allow administrator to change the display settings on screen.
1
Select (arrow) to go to any field to change settings.
Select
to adjust the value of each setting.
There are a total of 11 settings could be configured.
1:1 match retry times: To allow maximum number of tries for
1:1 fingerprint matching, ranging from 1 to 9, default as 3. If a
user failed more than the allowed number, the reader will trigger alarm immediately. Ignore this function if your reader is not
equipped with any alarm system.
Password retry times: To allow maximum number of tries during password verification. Range from 1 to 9, default as 3. If
user fails more than the allowed trial, reader will trigger alarm
immediately. Ignore if reader is not activate with any alarm
system.
Clock mode: To select the display mode of clock on the screen
during idle.
Select Customise followed by Display.
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Picture delay: To define the delay time for picture to display on
the screen during idle.
Media Setup
Clock delay: To define the delay time for clock to display on
the screen during idle.
Sleep time: To define the time period for reader to go into
sleep mode when it is idle. 0 value means that the reader
will always be ON.
Adjust bright: To adjust the brightness of the display screen
ranging from 0 to 100%. Default value is 70%.
FP image: To allow reader to display the captured fingerprint image. The image could be shown during verification,
enrollment, or both. The image will not be shown if neither
process is selected.
This option is to adjust the settings of the integrated
camera.
There are a total of 4 fields for camera adjustment.
Bright: To adjust the brightness of the camera ranging from
0 to 100%
Contrast: To adjust the contrast of the camera ranging from
0 to 100%.
Quality: To adjust the quality of capture image
Scene: To define the captured scene for outdoor or indoor.
Standby Style: To configure reader to run music, flash and
pictures during idle mode.
Lock Power: To disable the power On/Off button to prevent
unauthorized switch off. The reader can only be shutdown
by administrator when he/she access into this page.
Capture mode: To configure the image capture function in
reader.
• Capture only – The reader will only capture user photo
and display it on screen, but it will not be saved into the
memory of the reader.
• Capture and save – The reader will capture user photo,
display it on screen and save it into the memory of the
reader.
Select Done to save settings.
Select Back to return to the previous page.
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Screen Adjust
Keyboard
This option is to allow installer to adjust the screen
of the reader. Please always consult your local resellers or installer to do this for you.
This option allows administrator to define shortcut keys
for F1 to F8, asterisk (*), hash (#) etc.
1
Alarms
This option is to configure the alarms or scheduled
bells. Please refer page (61) for more details.
Select Customise followed by Keyboard.
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3
Press
to select button, which is to be defined with shortcut key.
Select Edit to define the shortcut key.
At the Function field, press
key.
to select the function for this shortcut
Select Done to save setting.
Select Back to return to the previous page.
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8Records and System
Information
Records
Administrator can check user records at the reader.
The transaction logs are in the form of raw clocking
data with date and time. These records shall be used
for reference only, for more detailed records and reports, please refer to the software.
To check these records:
1
Select Records.
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3
There are 3 options available to view specific records.
Enter User ID if you have a specific user ID. “All” is intended to search
all users. Enter the starting and end date. Press Done to proceed.
Search Attlog: To search and view user’s transaction logs.
Search Capture-photo: To search and view photo captured after
successful user verification.
4
Search Blacklist Photo: To search and view photo captured after
a failed verification.
Select any of the function for example Search Attlog.Enter User ID to
check with. Entering “All” means all users.
The search results will be displayed.
Press Back to return to the previous menu.
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1
System
Information
Administrator can check the system information in
the reader, for example total user enrolled, total
transaction stored, space left, firmware version
etc.
Press Sys Info to proceed.
2
All system information will be displayed on the screen.
Press Back to return to the previous menu.
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9INSTALLATION &
COMMUNICATIONS
This Chapter is meant for qualified installer only. The
installation of reader shall be handled by a welltrained installer. If you are not a qualified installer,
you can ignore this Chapter or this Chapter serves as
reference for all types of connections available for the
reader only.
Connection Available
There is a lock protected the connection port of reader.
Please make sure you have the key to unlock the connection port.
The locked connection port.
Unlock it by using the key comes together with the
reader.
Pull the plastic protector to right side (as show by the
arrow) to open it.
Please keep this key because it is unique for each
reader.
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Communications
connection
The FingerTec® I-Kiosk 100 Plus can be connected to
computer via 5 ways.
TCP/IP connection
Please follow the steps shown to configure to connect
via TCP/IP.
TCP/IP port to
provide TCP/IP
communication
to the computer
via LAN cable.
USB port for data
transferring.
2
DC12V power input
to provide power to
the reader.
Serial port to provide
RS232 or RS485 communication to computer via
RS232 or RS485 cable.
Press Menu button
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Press COMM button.
3
Press Communication Setup.
4
Please enter the value by pressing keypad for these items,
IP address of the FingerTec® reader
Subnet Mask of the network environment.
Gateway of the network environment.
Netspeed of the network environment. Default as AUTO.
Device ID of the reader, default as 1.
Press Done to save settings
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5
Ethernet 10/100Base-T Crossover Cable
1
8
1
8
TOP
Press OK to confirm to save settings.
6
Return to the main menu.
7
Power off FingerTec® reader.
8
Plug in the LAN cable.
9
Power on the FingerTec® reader
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PC
This cable can be used to cascade hubs or for connecting
two Ethernet stations back-to-back without a hub. It works
with both 10Base-T and 100Base-TX.
i-Kiosk 100 Plus Reader
Joint 1 PinJoint 2 Pin
TX+
TX-
RX+
RX-
•
•
3 •
6 •
1
2
• 3
• 6
• 1
• 2
RX+
RXTX+
TX-
RS232 Connection
Ethernet 10/100Base-T Straight Thru Cable
This cable will work with both 10Base-T and
100Base-TX and is used to connect a network interface card to a hub or network outlet. These cables
are sometimes called “whips”.
Connector Pin TX+
TX-
RX+
RX-
•
•
3•
4•
5•
6•
7•
8•
Please follow the steps shown to configure to connect via RS 232.
1
Cable Color
Connector
1 White/Orange
2 Orange
White/Green
Blue
White/Blue
Green
White/Brown
Brown
•1
•2
•3
•4
•5
•6
•7
•8
TX+
TXRX+
RX-
Press Menu button
i-Kiosk 100 Plus Reader
RS232 Cable
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2
Press COMM button. 3
Press Communication Setup.
4
Please enter the value by pressing keypad for these items,
Baudrates of RS232 connection, default as 115200.
RS 232 is turn ON.
RS 485 is turn OFF.
Device ID of the reader defaults as 1.
Press Done to save settings.
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RS485 Connection
Please follow the steps shown to configure to connect
via RS485.
Press OK to confirm to save settings.
6
Return to the main menu.
7
Power off FingerTec® reader.
8
Plug in the RS232 cable.
9
Power on the FingerTec® reader.
1
Press Menu button
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3
Press COMM button. Press Communication Setup.
Please enter the value by pressing keypad for these items,
Baudrates of RS232 connection, default as 115200.
RS 232 is turn OFF.
RS 485 is turn ON.
Device ID of the reader defaults as 1.
Press Done to save settings.
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5
6
Return to the main menu.
7
Power off FingerTec® reader.
8
Plug in the RS232 cable to reader and RS232/485 data converter.
9
Power on the FingerTec® reader.
Press OK to confirm to save settings.
RS232/RS485 Single Connverter
RX+
RX_
i-Kiosk 100 Plus Reader
RS232/RS485 Data Connverter
RS232 Cable
PC
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RS232/RS485 network Connverter
RX+
RX_
i-Kiosk 100 Plus Reader
Wireless Connection
1
Press Menu button.
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RS232/RS485 Data Connverter
RS232 Cable
Follow steps to configure reader to connect via
wireless connection (WiFi).
2
Press COMM button.
PC
3
4
Press WiFi Setup. Enter the value of the WiFi rouner.
Press Done to save settings.
5
6
Return to the main menu.
7
Power off FingerTec® reader.
8
Power on the FingerTec® reader.
Press OK to confirm.
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9
Press Menu button
11
Press Available network.
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Press COMM.
12
The WiFi connection is showed when it is connected.
APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
1 How to power on and shut down the FingerTec® 4
i-Kiosk 100?
2
3
To power on, press the ON/OFF button once. To shut
down, press and hold the ON/OFF button for 3 second.
I cannot connect the FingerTec® reader to the
PC. Every time I try, the software prompts “Unable to connect” message. What should I do?
Please check communication settings in Menu > Option > Comm. Opt. Please see more details in page
46, Connection to Computer.
The FingerTec® reader has difficulty recognizing my fingerprint. It takes many tries before I
am verified. What should I do?
Please make sure that your finger is not too oily or
too dirty because the oil and dirt will cover the minutiae points of the fingerprints, thus making reading
difficult. Make sure the FingerTec® reader is not facing direct sunlight because it will disturb the reading
of the sensor. To deal with light interference, cover
the reading area when you want to verify your fingerprint. If this occurred often, kindly ask for re-registration.
5
6
Alarm goes off every time when I place finger on
the sensor. Why did such thing occur and what
should I do?
The finger you used was defined as a duress finger.
Once a duress finger is verified, it will trigger the
FingerTec® reader to activate the alarm. To undefine
your finger as a duress finger, follow these steps:
Menu > Option > Access options > Duress Option >
Duress FP > Undef Duress FP > Enter your user ID
When the FingerTec® reader is turned on, the
red LED is blinking all the time. Is there any
problem with the reader?
There is nothing wrong with the FingerTec® reader.
The red LED blinks to indicate FingerTec® reader is
on standby. When a fingerprint is verified, the LED
will turn green to indicate successful verification.
The FingerTec® reader is accidentally turned off
by a staff. Would we lose all the transaction data
and fingerprints in that FingerTec® reader?
All transaction data and fingerprints in the FingerTec® reader is safe in the event of power shutdown because all the information is stored in the
memory of the reader. This information can only be
deleted via software or it can be manually purged in
Advance option.
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APPENDIX
7
TROUBLESHOOTING
8
9
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How to define the short message and assign it
to certain users?
Refer to page 63-67 for instructions to define short
messages. The easier way to define the short message is by using TCMS V2 software.
Do I need to clear the unwanted or outdated
short messages in the reader?
Not necessary, as those messages will be deleted
automatically after the predefined time period has
expired.
During enrollment I heard “duplicate finger”.
Why was that?
The “duplicate finger” voice message is to alert
user if the enrolling finger is found to have existed
in the FingerTec® reader. User must use other finger to enroll.
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I waved my RFID card to a FingerTec® reader
but it did not respond. What could be the reason?
Please make sure that your RFID card is registered to the FingerTec® reader, before you use
it. Please also make sure that your user ID is assigned into the verification group that supports
RFID card.
11
Do I need to stop the USB pen drive like we
usually do when used in computer before we
could unplug it from the reader?
Not necessary because once download or upload operation is completed, it is safe for you to
remove the USB pen drive from the reader.
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http://user.fingertec.com
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