HandPunch 3000-4000 Operations and Users

HandPunch 3000-4000 Operations and Users
HandPunch 3000-4000
Operations and Users’ Manual
Recognition Systems, Inc.
1520 Dell Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008
Tel: 408-364-6960
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TIMETEK SYSTEMS
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HandPunch 3000/4000 Operations and User’s manual
Table of contents
HandPunch Technology
2
Supervisor operations
3
Supervisor Enrollment
5
Employee enrollment
7
Special enrollment
9
Removing a user
10
Using the hand reader
11
Management group commands, supervisor override
12
List user information
17
Set user information (reject level and time zone)
18
Turning restrictions on and off
19
Maintenance
20
Calibration
21
Set status display
22
Warranty
23
Index
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HandPunch Technology
HandPunch reads the size and the shape of the human hand to verify a person’s identity.
It does not read fingerprints or the palm. It takes over 90 measurements of the fingers
and part of the hand. The hand reader uses light like the kind used in a television remote
control, special optics and a CCD (chip) camera to capture a three-dimensional image of
the hand. Using advanced microprocessor technology, the terminal converts the image to
a template. It stores the template in database with the employee’s ID number. To punch
in, the employee enters his or her ID number at the terminal. HandPunch prompts the
employee to place his or her hand. The terminal compares the hand on the platen with
employee’s unique template. If the images match, the terminal stores the punch
information and uploads it to time and attendance software for processing.
It’s easy to use:
ENTER ID
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Supervisor operations
Supervisors use the command mode to add and remove users from the system, add and
review user punches, and perform other system management and service operations. This
section of the manual describes those commands that work group supervisors will use in
daily HandPunch operations.
Command Mode Overview
The Command Mode contains five different groups of commands. The supervisor must enter
the group’s password to enter the group.
COMMAND MODE STRUCTURE
SECURITY
ENROLLMENT
MANAGEMENT
SETUP
SERVICE
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 5
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 4
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 3
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 2
DEFAULT
PASSWORD 1
SPECIAL ENROLL
ADD EMPLOYEE
SUP OVERRIDE
(REVIEW, ADD PUNCH,
BULK OR DOLLARS)
SET LANGUAGE
CALIBRATE
ADD SUPERVISOR
LIST EMPLOYEES
SET DATE FORMAT
STATUS DISPLAY
REMOVE EMPLOYEE
SET USER DATA
SET TIME & DATE
RESTRICTIONS
SET ADDRESS
SET ID LENGTH
SET SERIAL
Supervisory Functions:
The following is an overview of the supervisory functions.
Group 5, Special: Supervisors with access to the SPECIAL menu can enroll persons with
disabilities that prevent them from using the hand reader properly. Persons with special
enrollment ID’s can punch without biometric verification, therefore this function should only
be used as a last resort.
Group 4, Enrollment: Supervisors with access to the ENROLLMENT menu can enroll and
remove employees and other supervisors.
Group 3, Management: Supervisors with access to the MANAGEMENT menu can review
punches, add bulk hours or dollars, or record a punch for the employee. They can view or
print a list of the users enrolled in the hand reader terminal, set or remove time restrictions,
assign user time zones or adjust the users’ reject threshold (sensitivity). On HandPunch
4000, supervisors can set amnesty (temporary lifting of time restrictions).
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Group 2, Setup: Supervisors with access to the SETUP menu can change the display
language, date format, time and date, reader address, ID length and the serial
communications baud rate. The time and date and ID length are normally set at the host
computer, however, the supervisor can change these parameters at the reader when the setup
is downloaded from the host computer.
Group 1, Service: Supervisors with access to the SERVICE menu can check and recalibrate
the reader, check the input and output status.
Passwords
Access to the Command Mode menus is controlled by passwords. Only the command choices
for the specific group entered will be available for use. When the unit is shipped from the
factory, the passwords are all set according to the table below. Once a system has been
installed, these passwords should be changed at the host computer.
SPECIAL GROUP
ENROLLMENT GROUP
MANAGEMENT GROUP
SETUP GROUP
SERVICE GROUP
5
4
3
2
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Entering and Exiting the Command Mode
Press CLEAR and ENTER. The LCD will display ENTER PASSWORD. Enter the
appropriate command group password followed by ENTER. If the password is correct, the
display will present the command for the selected Group. If display returns to ENTER ID,
someone is enrolled in the reader database. If you are the system administrator and you are
denied access to the command group, it may be necessary to reset the user memory if the
enrolled person cannot be located. See page 19 for how to reset the memory.
Once you enter the Command Mode, the display will show one command at a time in the top
line. Shown in the second line will be the prompt.
* NO YES #
Pressing the # (yes) key will select the displayed command. Prompts will then appear as
appropriate for the selected command.
Pressing the * (no) key will cause the next command in turn to be displayed. Repeatedly
pressing the * key will scroll through the menus and eventually bring the display back to the
first displayed command.
When the *NO YES# prompt is shown on the display, pressing any number will exit the
Command Mode and return control to the Identity Verification Mode. The “ENTER ID”
display will reappear. This manual uses the number “5.”
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Supervisor Enrollment
The first command you will use is ENROLLMENT. It is the process of recording your ID
number with the description of your hand in the hand reader’s memory. To enroll, you will:
1. Access the command mode using the keypad by pressing CLEAR and ENTER at
the same time.
2. Go to the ENROLLMENT mode by pressing the enrollment password (4) and
ENTER.
3. Enter your ID number and place your hand on the platen. The LCD and LED
displays will guide you through the process. You will place your hand on the platen
at least three times during enrollment.
A correct enrollment makes using the hand reader easy and trouble free. Practice the
following techniques before enrolling.
CORRECT HAND PLACEMENT RULES
1. Think of landing your hand on the reader like landing a airplane. Slide your hand
forward on the platen surface, until the web post between the middle and index finger
stops you. Keep your hand flat so that you feel the surface of the platen on the
underside of your fingers.
2. Close your fingers together so that each finger touches a guide pin. The red finger pin
lights go out when your fingers touch the guide pins. If a light stays on, just move that
finger until it touches the guide pin.
3. If you wear a ring, be sure the stone is facing up in the normal position.
The instructions in this manual show the LCD display message in the left column and the
keypad entry in the right column.
DISPLAY
5
KEYPAD ENTRY
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First supervisor enrollment
Example:
Enroll with ID number 123.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
During enrollment, the display
will ask for at least three hand
placements. To place the hand
properly, rest the four fingers of
the right hand on the front of the
platen. Keeping the hand flat,
slide it forward until the tall pin
between the index and middle
fingers stops further movement.
Squeeze the fingers against the
finger pins and watch the light
display and hand diagram on the
top panel. The lights go out
when you have placed your
fingers properly. If a light
remains on, it a finger is not in
contact with the its finger pin.
ENTER PASSWORD
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ADD EMPLOYEE
*NO
YES #
*
ADD SUPERVISOR
* NO
YES #
#
#
ENTER ID
1 2 3 #
PLACE HAND
1/3
REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
2/3
REMOVE HAND
The first person enrolled is the
only person who has access to
the command menus until others
are enrolled
Important! After closing the
enrollment menu, you must press
CLEAR and ENTER, enter
your ID number, place your
hand and verify identity
to enter the command mode.
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PLACE HAND
3/3
123
USER ENROLLED
ADD SUPERVISOR
* NO YES #
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You are now enrolled in the hand reader. You can enroll other supervisors during the first
enrollment session or exit the menus. To re-enter the command mode, you must press
CLEAR and ENTER at the same time, then enter your ID number and place your hand on the
platen like you did during enrollment. When you successfully verify, the LCD display will
show ENTER PASSWORD. Now you can enroll employees.
Employee enrollment
Advanced planning and training make enrollment fast and easy. Users should know what to
expect and how to place their hands before you enroll them.
Preparation
• You can enroll one person or groups of people during an enrollment session.
• Each user must have a unique personal identification number (ID). It will save
considerable time if you assign the ID numbers in advance.
• The hand reader will not accept two people with the same ID number.
• If you enroll people with the last four numbers of their phone or social security numbers,
you may get duplications.
User education
The hand reader is easy to use and non-threatening. However, most people have never used a
biometric terminal. Training them about how it works and how to use it will eliminate most
problems before they occur.
Inform users of these facts:
• It reads the shape of the hand, not fingerprints.
• It scans with light of the type used in TV remote controls.
• It does not transfer germs any more than a doorknob or money.
• It does not invade privacy; it guarantees it.
Enrollment training
Train the enrollee to keep the hand flat and close fingers against the finger pins as you learned
when you were enrolled. If you are enrolling large groups of people, use an enrollment
trainer. It is a replica of the platen that is available through your Recognition Systems dealer.
Have the enrollee practice hand placement. The hand should not be cupped or “skewed” to
the right or left. When you are satisfied that the enrollee knows how to place the hand,
proceed with enrollment.
During enrollment, the "Place Hand" display is typically shown after three hand tries. If
more placements are requested, one or more hand readings were not accepted and another
hand reading is being requested to replace the rejected one. The hand reader may request up
to 5 hand placements. The enrollment process can be terminated at any time by pressing the
CLEAR key. If the display shows “SORRY, CANNOT ADD” during enrollment, the ID
number you entered is already in use. Select another ID number or check your employee list
and remove the ID number.
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Employee enrollment
Important! To enter the command
mode, you must press CLEAR and
ENTER, at the same time, enter
your ID and place your hand to
enter the command mode. When
the display shows ENTER
PASSWORD, enter the enrollment
password (4 is default) and #.
Example, Enroll user 321
Show the employee the hand
placement techniques used in
the FIRST ENROLLMENT.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
4
ADD EMPLOYEE
* NO YES #
ENTER ID
#
#
3
2
1
#
PLACE HAND
1/3
REMOVE HAND
The hand reader may ask for
another hand placement.
If the LCD displays “SORRY
CAN’T ADD, another employee is
likely enrolled with the same
number. Also, check for improper
hand placement or insufficient
memory in the LIST USERS menu.
Press # to enroll another employee
or 5 to exit menu
PLACE HAND
2/3
REMOVE HAND
PLACE HAND
3/3
321
USER ENROLLED
ADD EMPLOYEE
* NO
YES #
#
add another
*
next menu
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This menu is SPECIAL ENROLLMENT. This is for use with employees with physical
disabilities who cannot use the hand reader. Use this function only as a last resort.
Employees with these ID numbers must still enter their ID and place a hand or prosthetic in
the platen area.
Special enrollment
ID numbers placed in the database
from the SPECIAL ENROLLMENT
menu will work with anyone’s hand.
A user must place a hand or
prosthetic in the reader to punch.
Example: Enter ID 987 as a special
enrollment.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
5
SPECIAL ENROLL
* NO YES #
#
#
ID#?
9 8 7 #
SPECIAL ENROLL
* NO YES #
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Removing a user
This menu describes removing an employee’s ID number and template from the hand reader
memory. This function can be performed at the hand reader to immediately prevent an
employee from punching. If the removal is to be permanent, the employee’s ID number
should also be removed at the host computer.
Remove a user
With this menu, supervisors can
remove a user at the reader. To
permanently remove a user, he or she
must be deleted from the host
computer database.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
4
#
ADD EMPLOYEE
*NO
YES #
*
ADD SUPERVISOR
* NO
YES #
*
REMOVE USER
* NO
YES #
#
REMOVE ID #
:
enter employee ID
#
USER REMOVED
10
REMOVE ID #
:
enter next ID # or
CLEAR to end
REMOVE USER
* NO
YES #
* next menu
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Using the hand reader
Using the hand reader is easy. Enter your ID number in the keypad* or an external card
reader, if used. The LCD will display PLACE HAND and the LED lights on the top panel
will go on. Land your hand on the platen like you did during enrollment. Keep it flat and
close your fingers against the pins until the LED lights go out. When you successfully verify,
the reader will beep once and display OKAY, SCORE IS _ _. A score under 30 means you
placed your hand correctly.
* When ID numbers are of different lengths, it is necessary to press the ENTER key after the
ID number.
Data Management Keys
There are two function keys HandPunch 3000 and 10 function keys on HandPunch 4000 for
data management. They are marked “F” with the function number. To use the data
management function, press a function to start the data collection.
Typically, you will be asked to enter your ID number and place your hand right away. After
you verify, follow the prompts on the display.
The function keys may prompt you to enter your ID number and hand place your hand after
data collection. The * key may be used as a backspace key during data entry. The # or
ENTER key enters the data.
If the default value displayed during the data collection is correct, press the # or ENTER key
to accept it.
Display messages during verification:
ID VERIFIED
REMOVE HAND
TRY AGAIN
ID REFUSED
ENTER ID
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You are verified, proceed.
Remove your hand and place it again. Slide the hand and keep it flat.
Your attempt was rejected. Repeat verification keeping your hand flat.
Your rejections exceeded the maximum number of tries. Wait until
others have verified and try again or call your supervisor.
You entered your number incorrectly or your access is time restricted.
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If the display shows ** TRY AGAIN ** you not verified. You may have made an error
entering your ID number or placing your hand. Re-enter your ID number and try again,
taking care to place your hand properly. If you wear rings, be sure that the stone is facing up
in the normal position.
If it displays TIME RESTRICTION, you are not authorized to punch in at the this time. If
this seems in error, see your supervisor about time restrictions.
After a pre-programmed number of denied attempts, ID number will no longer be accepted,
and the display will show:
ID INVALID
TEMPORARILY
This is called a “lockout.” Before the rejected number can be used again, another employee
or a supervisor must successfully verify at the reader.
If you enter an ID number, but do not place your hand on the platen, the unit will time out in
about 25 seconds. You can reset the unit by pressing CLEAR.
The LCD display, the audible beeper, and verification lights on the top panel show data entry
and acceptance information:
Audible beeps and red/green light display
Operation
During keypad entry
After ID entry
After ID entry
After hand placement
After hand placement
After hand placement
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1/stroke
None
2
1
2
1 long
Red light/Green light
None
None
None
Green
Red
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Keypad stroke accepted
OK, proceed
ID number not in database
ID Verified
ID not verified, try again
ID refused
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Management Group Commands
The Management Group Commands are used for general employee management operations.
Supervisor Override
Supervisor override operations allow the supervisor to review when any user punched, and to
add punches of various types for any user.
Review User Records
The display shows the time, date and code for the most recent punch for a specific user. The
second line shows how to scroll through employee punches. Pressing the * key will show a
previous punch, pressing the # key will show the next more recent punch, and pressing the 0
key will show any additional data associated with the punch and also allow you to exit from
the review function.
The time and attendance code shown at the end of the first line of the displays explicit punch
information. The explicit punch codes are shown with the detailed programming
information.
Add Punch
This menu allows a supervisor to add a punch for an employee.
Add Bulk
Choosing the Add Bulk option from the Supervisor Override Add Punch menu allows you to
add or subtract bulk hours or dollars for an employee or other supervisor.
Amnesty
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ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
Supervisor override, review
punches
ID
This menu allows supervisors to
review employees’ punches. The
punch information includes the time,
date and explicit punch information.
Using the * and # keys, the
supervisor can scroll through the
punch history.
Example: Employee (whose ID you
entered) punched in at 8:00 A.M. on
January 25th, 1999.
T&A
MEANING
CODE
1
In.
2
Back From Lunch.
3
Out.
4
Department Code
5
Back From Break.
6
Not Used.
7
Called Back To Work.
8
Supv. entered hours.
9
Supv. entered dollars.
15
Supv. entered catagory
CLEAR + ENTER
ENTER PASSWORD
3 #
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
1-REVIEW 2-ADD
#-END
ENTER ID
#
1
enter employee ID #
08:00 01/25/99
∗ - # + CLEAR=EXIT
*
(TIME) (DATE)
∗ - # + CLEAR= EXIT
#
(TIME) (DATE)
∗ - # + CLEAR=EXIT
#
previous
NO MORE PUNCHES
CLEAR
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#-END
#
SUP. OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
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Supervisor override, add bulk
hours or dollars
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
Supervisors can add or subtract
hours or dollars to employees’
punch records.
ENTER PASSWORD
Example: Add 8 hours to
employee 321’s punch record
effective March 15, 2001 at 4:15
P.M.
(select 2, ADD, 1 BULK)
(enter effective time and date)
16:15 03-15-01 #
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
3
#
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
#
1-REVIEW 2-ADD
#-END
2
1-BULK HRS/DLRS
2-PUNCH #-END
1
ENTER 24 HR TIME
(TIME) (DATE)
repeat # to leave default
or enter new time & date #
ENTER CATEGORY
#
(select 1, HOURS)
1-HOURS
2-DOLLARS
(enter hours to add) 0800 #
HOURS?: HH:MM ?
00:00
?
enter bulk hours #
(add or subtract)
# (to add)
DOLLARS $$$$.CC
0000.00
or
*- SUBTRACT + ADD-#
(HOURS/$)
ENTER ID:
(enter employee ID) 321 #
ENTER ANOTHER?
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select 1 or 2
enter bulk dollars #
# or * to add or
subtract hrs. or $
enter employee
ID number
#
# to add another
* finished
1-REVIEW 2-ADD
#-END
# to exit
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
* to next menu
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ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
Supervisor override, add punch
With this menu, supervisors can
punch for employees at the present
time, or enter a different time into
the punch record.
Example: Add a punch for
employee 321 on January 15, 1999
at 5:30 P.M.
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3 #
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
#
1-REVIEW 2-ADD
#-END
2
1-BULK HRS/DLRS
2-PUNCH #-END
2
ENTER 24 HR TIME
(TIME) (DATE)
repeat # for present time
or enter new time
ENTER ID:
enter employee
ID number #
ENTER ANOTHER ID?
* NO YES #
# to punch for another ID
(select 2 to add a punch)
(enter the effective time and date
of the punch )
17 50 01 15 99 #
(enter employee’s ID number)
321 #
* to finish
1-REVIEW 2-ADD
#-END
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
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List User Information.
This menu allows you to display or print a users’ ID number, individual reject threshold
level, and time restrictions.
List users
The LIST USERS function allows
you to view or print user
information:
ID number
Authority level (0 and 5)
There are two authority levels:
0 = Employees
5 = Supervisors
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
#
#
USER SPACE XXX
#
(ID) (REJ) (AUTH)
MORE (#Y/*N)?
User Reject threshold (sensitivity)
DONE. PRESS KEY
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
#
to next ID
*
to stop
#
# repeat
*
next menu
5
exit
Set user data
Changing A Users Reject Threshold
The reject threshold determines the sensitivity of hand geometry comparison. If the
threshold is too low, a person may find it difficult to achieve a successful hand read. If it is
too high, system security may be compromised. If an individual is having a problem, their
threshold can be set to a higher value (say 160) without compromising the security of the
system.
Supervisors can change an employee’s reject threshold by entering Command Mode
Management Group (Level 3) and choosing the SET USER DATA option.
Changing an employee’s or supervisor’s time zone.
Time Zones are used to limit the hours during which an employee may operate the
HandPunch. If the employee attempts to clock in or out outside of the time permitted by the
assigned Time Zone, the HandPunch display will show the message: TIME RESTRICTION.
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Set user data, user reject
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
This menu allows the setting of the
user’s reject threshold (sensitivity).
A higher value reduces the number
of rejected verification attempts. A
lower value reduces the possibility
that one employee can punch for
another. The default setting (100125) is ideal for most applications.
ENTER PASSWORD
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This menu also allows supervisors to
assign time zones (set in the host
computer) to employees. When
restrictions (also in the supervisor
override menu) are set, employees
can only punch within their assigned
time zones.
SUP. OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
*
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
*
SET USER DATA
* NO YES #
SET USER REJECT?
* NO YES #
#
#
#
ID#?
Time zones are set at the host
computer and given a number.
enter employee ID #
REJ. AT (0)
ID#
# to leave default 100
or enter new reject
threshold #
enter another ID or
# to next menu
Time zones:
SET USER TZ
* NO YES #
* to next menu
# to assign time
zone to employee
0 Always
1 Never
ID#
enter employee ID #
2 through 60 programmed at the
host computer.
NEW TZ (0)
# leave default 0
or enter TZ number #
ID#
enter another ID or
# to exit sub-menu
SET USER REJECT?
* NO YES #
5 to exit sub-menu
SET USER DATA
* NO YES #
5 exit menu group
*
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Amnesty (Model HP-4000 only)
The AMNESTY function allows
supervisors to remove employee
time restrictions for a specific
number of punches.
Employees can punch at any time
for as many times as the supervisor
specifies.
Example: Authorize employee
number 321 to make three amnesty
punches.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3
SUP OVERRIDE
* NO
YES #
*
LIST USERS
* NO
YES #
*
SET USER DATA
* NO
YES #
#
SET USER REJECT?
* NO
YES #
*
SET USER TZ?
* NO
YES #
*
SET AMNESTY
* NO
YES #
#
#
ID#
enter employee
ID number
3 2 1 #
Enter amnesty
enter number of
amnesty punches
3 #
ID #
enter another ID or
# to exit sub-menu
SET USER REJECT?
* NO YES #
* to next sub-menu
5 to exit sub-menu
SET USER DATA
* NO
YES #
* to next menu
5 to exit menu group
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Turning All Time Restrictions On Or Off
It may be necessary to turn all Time Restrictions on or off, such as early closure due to
inclement weather.
Restrictions
This menu allows supervisors to
turn time restrictions for all users
off or on. It is typically used when
employees must punch outside
their assigned time zone, such as
early closure of the business.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
3 #
SUP. OVERRIDE
* NO YES #
*
LIST USERS
* NO YES #
*
SET USER DATA
* NO YES #
*
RESTRICTIONS
* NO YES #
#
RESTRCTN’S ON
TURN OFF? (N/Y#)
RESTRICTN’S OFF
TURN ON? (*N/Y#)
# to turn restrictions off # to turn restrictions on
RESTRICTIONS
* NO YES #
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Maintenance
To maintain optimum performance, inspect and clean the hand reader regularly. Clean the
platen, side mirror and reflector, and the window above the platen using a cloth dampened
with ordinary window cleaner. DO NOT SPRAY CLEANING FLUID DIRECTLY INTO
OR ON THE HAND READER. Check users’ scores (shown on the LCD display when they
verify). Scores should average under 30. Occasionally a user will score above 30. This is
not an indication of poor performance. If scores average over 30, clean the reader and check
again. If scores remain high, or if users are experiencing frequent rejections, run the
CALIBRATION mode.
Memory reset
The memory-reset dip switches (4 and 5) are factory set in the “off” position. The reader
maintains setup and user memory in the event of power failure. To the reset the setup
programs to factory default without erasing the user database, switch 4 on, remove and
reapply power. To erase the user memory and reset the setup programs to factory default
(total reset), set switches 4 and 5 on, remove and reapply power. Important! set switches 4
and 5 to the “off” position after reapplying power and putting the terminal back in
service.
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Calibration
This menu is a performance
indicator. It checks the camera
alignment and exposure values.
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
ENTER PASSWORD
1
It also has a recalibration function
that realigns the camera after you
have serviced or cleaned the
terminal.
It is not necessary to recalibrate the
terminal as regular maintenance.
However, If the reader frequently
rejects authorized users, check the
calibration values.
Thoroughly clean the platen, side
mirror and window with window
cleaner on a cloth.
CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
r-0 c-1 e-100
RECAL(Y#/NO#)
#
*
if not required
#
to recalibrate
PLEASE WAIT
CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
Run RECAL to electronically
recalibrate the hand reader.
Normal operating values
Row “r”
0 +/- 3
Column “c” 0 +/- 3
Exposure: 80 to 140
If the displayed values fall outside
of these limits, the reader may be
damaged and require factory
service.
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Set status display
Setting the status display allows
you to check the status of:
ENTER ID
(TIME) (DATE)
CLEAR + ENTER
ID
The tamper switch
The door monitor switch
Auxiliary input(s)
Request to exit switch
The score of the last person that
used the hand reader
To turn off the status display,
press # when the panel displays
STATUS DISPLAY OFF.
See network status display
chart
below.
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ENTER PASSWORD
CALIBRATE
* NO YES #
*
STATUS DISPLAY
* NO YES #
#
STATUS DISPLAY
ON *NO/#Y ?:
#
STATUS DISPLAY
* NO YES #
5
ENTER ID
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Recognition Systems, Inc. (the "Company") warrants to the original user the products
manufactured by the Company (the "Product") to be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase by such user or 15 months
from the date of shipment from the factory, whichever is sooner, provided:
1. The Company has been notified within such period by return of any alleged defective
product, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, to the Company or its authorized
dealer, transportation prepaid; and
2. The Product has not been abused, misused or improperly maintained and/or repaired
during such period; and
3. Such defect has not been caused by ordinary wear and tear; and
4. Such defect is not the result of voltage surges/brownouts, lightning, water
damage/flooding, fire, explosion, earthquakes, tornadoes, acts of aggression/war or similar
phenomenon; and
5. Accessories used as integral to the Product have been approved by the Company.
The company shall, at its option, either repair or replace, free of charge, the Product found,
upon the Company's inspection, to be so defective, or if agreed upon, refund the purchase
price, less a reasonable allowance for depreciation, in exchange for the Product.
THE COMPANY MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY AND ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY PERIOD AS SET FORTH ABOVE.
THE COMPANY'S MAXIMUM LIABILITY THEREUNDER IS LIMITED TO THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE ARISING FROM THE SAME OR THE USE OF THE
PRODUCT.
Recognition Systems reserves the right to make changes in the design of any of its products
without incurring any obligation to make the same change on units previously purchased.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
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harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur le
materiel brouilleur du Canada.
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Index
A
M
Add Bulk, 13
Add employee, 8
Add Records, 13
Add supervisor, 6
Amnesty, 19
Audible beeps and verification lights, 12
Maintenance, 21
Management group commands, 13
Memory reset, 21
P
Passwords, 3, 4
C
Calibrate, 22
Changing an employee’s or supervisor’s time zone., 17
Command mode, 3
R
Reject Threshold, 17
Review User Records, 13
D
S
Data management keys, 11
E
Enrollment, 5
Enrollment training, 7
Entering and exiting the command mode, 4
Set user data, 17, 18
Special enrollment, 4, 9
Status display, 23
Supervisor operations, 3
Supervisor override, 13
Supevisory functions, 3
T
G
Time restrictions, 12
Turning All Time Restrictions On Or Off, 20
Group commands, 4
H
Hand Placement, 5
HandPunch technology, 2
U
User education and enrollment, 7
User reject, 18
J
Jewelry, 12
W
Warranty, 24
L
List User Information., 17
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