Untitled - Sapronet

Untitled - Sapronet
Table of contents
1 Getting started
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1.1 Position, Posture and Facial Expressions. . . . . 3
1.2 Enrolment Facing Directions. . . . . . . . . . 3
1.3 Fingerprint Placements . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.4 Correct usage of Touch Screen. . . . . . . . .4
1.5 Product Appearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.6 Main Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.7 Verification Modes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.7.1 Finger Verification Mode. . . . . . . . . . 5
1.7.2 Face Verification Mode. . . . . . . . . . 6
1.7.3 Password Verification Mode . . . . . . . . 7
1.7.4 ID Card Verification Mode . . . . . . . . . 7
1.7.5 Combination Verification Mode . . . . . . .8
2 Main Menu
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3 User Access
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3.1 Entering User ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Entering User Name. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 Enrolling a Fingerprint . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4 Enrolling a Password . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 Enrolling a Face. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6 Enrolling a Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7 Entering a Group No . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Modifying User Rights. . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9 Enrol Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 User Management
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4.1 Edit a User. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.2 Delete a User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.3 Query a User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5 Communication Setup
5.1 Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 Wiegand Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2.1 Wiegand 26-bits Output . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.2 Wiegand 34-bits Output . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.3 Customised Format . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Wiegand Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6 System Configuration
6.1 General Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Interface Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Fingerprint Parameters . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4 Face Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5 Log Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.6 Keyboard Defenitions . . . . . . . . . . . 6.7 Access Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.1 Time Zone Settings. . . . . . . . . . . 6.7.2 Holiday Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.7.3 Group Time Zone Settings . . . . . . . .
6.7.4 Unlock Combination Setting. . . . . . . 6.7.5 Access Control Parameter. . . . . . . .
6.7.6 Duress Alarm Parameters . . . . . . . . 6.7.7 Anti-Pass Back Setting. . . . . . . . . .
6.8 Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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7 Data Management
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8 Date and Time Setting
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8.1 Set Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
8.2 Bell Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
9 Autotest
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10 USB Management
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11 System Information
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12 Appendix
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I-2.1
Summary
1. Getting Started
1.1 Position, Posture and Facial Expressions
Recommended installation and standing distance:
* Please ensure correct
installation procedures.
For users 5-6 feet tall (1.5m-1.85m) we recommend
* Take note of the position,
posture and facial expressions.
users stand about 2 feet (0.5m) from the wall.
When viewing your image on the device display
window, step away if your image appears too bright.
Step closer if your image appears too dark.
Recommended Facial Expressions VS Non-Recommended Expressions:
Recommended Posture VS Non-Recommended Posture:
1.2 Enrolment Facing Directions
During the enrolment, position your head such way that your face appears in the center
of the device display window. The device will prompt you how to move your head.
Follow the voice prompts by first gently turning your head :
* Take note: variations are
slight movements
* The slight variations of the
head angles will help the
device to better recognize
your face when you attempt to verify.
1.3 Fingerprint Placement
Recommended fingers: The index finger, middle finger or the ring finger; the thumb and
little finger are not recommended (because they are usually clumsy on the fingerprint
collection screen).
Please enrol and verify your fingerprint by using the proper finger placement mode. We
shall not be held accountable for any consequences arising out of the degradation in
verification performance due to improper user operations. We shall reserve the right of
final interpretation and revision of this document. including the installation guide, access
control software user manual.
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* Ensure correct fingerprint
placements.
Summary
1.4 Correct usage of Touch Screen
Touch the screen with one of your fingertips or the edge of a fingernail, as shown in the
following figure. A broad point of contact may lead to inaccurate pointing.
* Ensure correct usage of
the touch screen.
When the touch screen is less sensitive to the touch, you can perform a screen calibration through the following menu operations.
* Calibration is recommended for correct usage
of touch screen
1. Press [Menu] -> [Auto Test] -> [Calibration] on the screen and a cross icon will be
displayed. After you touch the center of the cross at five locations on the screen
correctly, the system will automatically returns to the main menu.
2. Press [Exit] to return to the initial interface.
Smear or dust on the touch screen may affect the performance of the touch screen.
Therefore, try to keep the screen clean and dust-free.
1.5 Product Appearance
Front View:
Side View:
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Summary
1.6 Main Interface
1. Date : Current date is displayed
2. Screen Shortcut Keys : Use to display attendance status. (user can customise)
3. Time : The current time is displayed. (12 & 24 hour are available)
4. Attendance status : Displays the current selected status
5. Fingerprint / Face image : Recognition mode
6. 1:1 Switch Key : Change verification mode
7. Menu : Enter the “Menu”
8. Door Bell : Visitors press to ring door bell inside office
9. 1:1 Switch Key : Change verification mode
1.7 Verification Modes
1.7.1 Fingerprint Verification Mode
1.7.1.1 1: N Fingerprint Verification
In this fingerprint verification mode, the device compares
current fingerprint collected by the fingerprint sensor with
all fingerprint data on the device.
* 1 : N - One to Many (the
system compares your fingerprint to all other fingerprints on the system.
1. The default main interface is the fingerprint verification
mode. See the figure on the right.
2. Press your finger on the fingerprint sensor by adopting
the proper finger placement.
3. If the verification is successful, the device will prompt
“Verified”.
4. If the verification is not successful, the device will
prompt “Please try again”.
* Successful and unsuccessful verification
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Summary
1.7.1.2 1: 1 Fingerprint Verification
In the 1:1 fingerprint verification mode, the device compares current fingerprint collected through the fingerprint
sensor with that in relation to the user ID entered through
the keyboard. Adopt this mode only when it is difficult to
recognize the fingerprint.
* 1 : 1 - One to One (the
system compares your
fingerprint to the user id entered before verification)
1. Press [1:1] on the screen or [1:1] button to enter the 1:1
fingerprint recognition mode.
2. Enter user ID and then press the “Fingerprint” icon to
enter the 1:1 fingerprint recognition mode. If the prompt
“Unregistered user!” is displayed, the user ID does not exist.
3. Press your finger on the fingerprint sensor by adopting
the proper finger placement. For details, see 1.3 Finger
Placement.
4. If the verification is successful, the device will prompt
“Verified”, otherwise the device will prompt “Please try
again”.
1.7.2 Face Verification Mode
1:1 Face Verification
In the 1:1 face verification mode, the device compares
current face collected through the camera with that in relation to the user ID entered through the keyboard. Adopt
this mode only when it is difficult to recognise the face.
* Use 1:1 when it’s difficult
to recognise the face in
normal 1:N mode.
1. Press [1:1] on the screen or [1:1] button to enter the 1:1
recognition mode.
2. Enter user ID and then press the “1:1 Face” icon to enter
1:1 face recognition mode. If the prompt “Unregistered
user!” is displayed, the user ID does not exist.
3. Compare the face in a proper way. For details, see 1.1
Standing Position, Posture and Face Expression.
4. If the verification is successful, the device will prompt
“Verified”. The system will return to the main interface if
the verification is not passed within 20 seconds.
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1.7.3 Password Verification Mode
In the password verification mode, the device compares
the password entered with that in relation to the user ID.
1. Press [1:1] on the screen or [1:1] button to enter the
password verification mode.
* Password may contain
numbers ranging from 1 - 8
digits.
2. Enter the user ID and then press the “Key” icon to enter
the password verification mode. If the prompt “Unregistered user!” is displayed, the user ID does not exist.
3. Enter the password and press the “OK” icon to start the
password comparison.
4. If the verification is successful, the device will prompt
“Verified”, otherwise the device will prompt “Verify fail”
and return to password input interface.
1.7.4 ID Card Verification Mode
Note: Only the products with the built-in ID card module support the ID card verification.
In the fingerprint verification mode, the device compares
current ID card collected by the Card Reader with all the
ID card data on the device.
* RFID card is for added
security on the unit, or if the
user can’t use a fingerprint
or have difficulty recognizing face.
1. Swipe your ID card on the card swipe area by adopting
the proper way. For the card swipe area, see 1.6 Appearance of Device.
3. If the verification is successful, the device will prompt
“Verified”.
4. If the verification is not successful, the device will
prompt “Not Enrolled”.
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Summary
1.7.5 Combination Verification Mode
The device supports up to 20 verification modes, including FACE&PIN/FP/RF/PW, FP&PW,
FP&RF ,FACE&FP, FACE&PW, FACE&RF, FP, PW, RF, FACE&PIN, FP/RF, PW/RF, FP/PW,
PW&RF, PIN&FP, FP&PW&RF, PIN&FP&PW, FP&RF/PIN, FACE&FP&RF, FACE&FP&PW etc.
Note: RF means ID card verification. Only the products with the built-in ID card module
support the ID card verification.
Here is the combination verification operation; we will use the FACE&FP verification for
an example.
If you verify the fingerprint first and then the face, the operations are as follows.
(1) The default main interface is the fingerprint verification mode, see the figure below.
(2) Press your finger on the fingerprint sensor by adopting the proper finger placement.
(3) If the verification is successful, the device will enter the 1:1 face recognition mode.
Compare the face in a proper way. For details, see 1.1 Standing Position, Posture and
Face Expression.
(4) If the verification is successful, the device will prompt “Verified”. The system will return
to the main interface if the verification is not passed within 20 seconds.
Otherwise, the FACE&FP combination verification can perform such as FACE (1: N) + FP,
PIN + FACE (1:1) + FP, PIN + FP (1:1) + FACE etc. The operation is similar to the procedure
introduced before.
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* Take note of various verification modes.
2. Main Menu
Summary
There are two types of rights respectively granted to two types of users: the Ordinary
users and administrators. Ordinary users are only granted the rights of face, fingerprint,
password or card verification, while administrators are granted access to the main
menu for various operations apart from having all the privileges granted to ordinary users.
Press [Menu] on the initial interface to access the main menu, as shown in the following
figure:
* Users have verification
authority only
* Administrator have full
system authority
The main menu includes nine sub menus:
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Add User: Through this submenu, you can add a new user and input the information
on the device, including the user ID, name, fingerprint, face, card, password, rights,
group No. and user access.
User Mgt.: Through this submenu, you can browse the user information stored on the
device, including the user ID, name, fingerprint, face, card, password, rights, group
No. and user access. Here you can also add, modify or delete a user’s information.
Comm.: Through this submenu, you can set related parameters for communication
between the device and PC, including the IP address, gateway, subnet mask, baud
rate, device No. and communication password.
System: Through this submenu, you can set system-related parameters, including
the basic parameters, interface parameters, fingerprint, face and attendance parameters, Keyboard definitions, Access settings, firmware update etc. to enable the
device to meet the user’s requirements to the greatest extent in terms of functionality and display.
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Data Mgt.: Through this submenu, you can perform management of data stored on
the device, for example, deleting the attendance records, all data, clear administrator, restore to factory settings and query records.
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Date/Time: Through this submenu, you can set the alarm time and duration, or set
the Bell.
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Auto Test: This submenu enables the system to automatically test whether functions
of various modules are normal, including the screen, sensor, voice, face, keyboard,
clock tests and screen calibration.
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Dn/Upload: Through this submenu, you can download user information and attendance data stored in the device through a USB disk to related software or other
fingerprint recognition equipment.
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Sys Info.: Through this submenu, you can browse the records and device information
Any user can access the main menu by pressing the [Menu] key if the
system does not have an administrator. After administrators are configured on
the device, the device needs to verify the administrators’ identity before granting them access to the main menu. To ensure device security, it is recommended to set an administrator when using the terminal initially.
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* Enrolment of users
* Administrators manage
the enrolled users on the
system
* Communications menu
* System related parameter
menu
* Device / Data management
* System test menu
* USB up and download
3. Adding User
Summary
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User ID: Enter a user ID. 1 to 9 digits user IDs are supported by default.
* Take note: Only Administrator can edit / delete
users
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Name: Enter a user name. 12 characters user names
are supported by default.
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Fingerprint: Enroll a user’s fingerprint and the device
displays the number of enrolled fingerprints. A user
can enroll 10 fingerprints at maximum.
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Password: Enroll a user’s password. The device supports 1-8 digit passwords by default.
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Card: Enroll a user’s card
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Face: Enroll a user’s face.
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Group No.: Set the group that the user belongs to.
Valid group No.: 1-24.
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Role: Set the rights of a user. A user is set to ordinary
user by default and can also be set to administrator.
Ordinary users are only granted the rights of face,
fingerprint or password verification, while administrators are granted access to the main menu for various
operations apart from having all the privileges granted to ordinary users.
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Photo: Enroll a user’s photo. During user verification,
the user’s photo is displayed on screen.
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User Access: Set the lock control and access control
parameters.
Press [Add] on the [User Mgt.] interface to display the
[Add User] interface as shown below.
3.1 Entering User ID
The device automatically allocates an ID starting from 1
for every user in sequence. If you use the ID allocated by
the device, you may skip this section.
1. Press [User ID] on the [Add User] interface to display the
user ID management interface.
Tip: The user ID can be modified during initial enrollment, but once enrolled, it cannot be modified.
2. On the displayed keyboard interface, enter a user ID
and press [OK]. If the message “The user ID already exists!”
is displayed, enter another ID.
* Ensure to select correct
user ID before deletion
Tip: The device supports 1 to 9 digits user IDs by default. If you need to extend the length of current user ID
numbers, please consult our commercial representatives
or technical pre-sales.
3. After the user ID is entered, press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous interface. Press
[Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the
current information.
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Summary
3.2 Entering User Name
Use T9 input method to enter the user name through the
keyboard.
* Ensure to save name
before exit.
1. Press [Name] on the [Add User] interface to display the
name input interface.
* Max 12 characters
2. On the displayed keyboard interface, enter a user
name and press [X].
3. After the user name is entered, press [Save] to save the
current information and return to the previous interface.
Press [Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
Tip: The device supports the 1 to 12 characters names
by default.
3.3 Enrolling a Fingerprint
1. Press [Fingerprint] on the [Add User] interface to display
the [Enroll Fingerprint] interface.
* ensure correct placement of finger
2. On the displayed [Enroll Fingerprint] interface, place
your finger on the fingerprint sensor properly according to
the system prompt. For details, see 1.3 Finger Placement.
* Three scan will be done
pre finger
3. Place the same finger on the fingerprint sensor for three
consecutive times correctly. If the enrollment succeeds,
the system will display a prompt message and automatically return to the [Add User] interface. If the enrollment
fails, the system will display a prompt message and return
to the [Enroll Fingerprint] interface. In this case, you need
to repeat the operations of step 2.
* Maximum of x10 fingerprints per user allowed
4. You can enroll the backup fingerprint by pressing [Fingerprint] again. A user can
enroll 10 fingerprints at maximum.
5. Press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous interface.
Press [Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
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3.4 Enrolling Password
1. Press [Password] on the [Add User] interface to display
the password management interface.
* Password support 1-8
digits
2. On the displayed keyboard interface, enter a password
and press [OK]. Re-enter the password according to the
system prompt and then press [OK].
Tip: The device supports 1-8 digit passwords by default.
3. After the password is entered, an interface is displayed
as shown below. Press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous interface. Press [Exit] to
return to the previous interface without saving the current
information.
3.5 Enrolling a Face
1. Press [Face] on the [Add User] interface to display the
face enrollment interface.
2. On the displayed face enrollment interface, turn your
head to the left and right slightly, raise and lower your
head according to the voice prompts, so as to enroll
different parts of your face into the system to assure the
accurate verification. See 1.2 Enrollment Face Expressions.
* Ensure to follow instructions, and not to make big
moverments.
3. If your face image is enrolled successfully, the system
will display a prompt message and automatically return to
the [Add User] interface.
* Angels of diffirent facial
reading is very small.
4. Press [Save] to save the current information and return
to the previous interface. Press [Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
3.6 Enrolling a Card
1. Press [Card] on the [Add User] interface to display the
card enrollment interface.
2. On the displayed interface, the screen message will display “ Punch Card!”. Swipe the card over the reader area
as indicated in section 1.6 Appearance of device.
3. Once your card has been swiped the card number will
display on the screen.
4. Press [Save] to save the current information and return
to the previous interface. Press [Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
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3.6 Enrolling Card...continue
3.7 Entering a Group No
* Group 1 = 100 faces
During face enrollment, the device automatically allocates a group No. starting from 1 for every user in
sequence. When the number of users in Group No. 1
reaches the upper limit, the subsequent users will under
Group No. 2 automatically. Up to 100 face images can be
enrolled in Group No. 1 and only 50 face images can be
enrolled in other groups. If you use the group No. allocated by the device, you may skip this section.
* Group 2 = 50
* Ensure to remember your
group number that you
were entered into.
1. Press [Group No.] on the [Add User] interface to display
the group No. management interface.
2. On the displayed keyboard interface, enter your group
No. and press [OK].
3. After the group No. is entered, an interface is displayed
as shown below. Press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous interface. Press [Exit] to
return to the previous interface without saving the current
information.
Tip: A valid group No. contains 1 to 24 digits. Please
remember your own group No.
3.8 Modifying User Rights
Note: There are two types of rights respectively granted to two types of users: the
ordinary users and administrators. Ordinary users are only granted the rights of face,
fingerprint, or password verification, while administrators are granted the access to the
main menu for various operations apart from having all the privileges granted to ordinary users.
1. On the [Add User] interface, press [Role: User] to change the user to an administrator.
2. After the modification is done, the interface is as shown below. Press [Save] to save
the current information and return to the previous interface; press [Exit] to return to the
previous interface without saving the current information.
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* Ensure to enrol an administrator for security purposes.
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3.9 Enrol Photos
If you had enrolled your photo in the system, the system
will display your enrolled photo in addition to your ID and
name after you pass the verification.
* Ensure correct posture
and position before capturing photo.
1. Press [Photo] on the [Add User] interface to display the
photo enrollment interface.
2. On the photo enrollment interface, stand naturally in
front of the screen. For details, see 1.1 Standing Position,
Posture and Face Expression. Press [Capture] to capture
the photo.
3. After taking the photo, press [Exit] to return to the previous interface.
4. After the photo is taken, press [Save] to save the current
information and return to the previous interface; press
[Exit] to return to the previous interface without saving the
current information.
3.10 User Access Settings
* Configure user access
settings
Press [User Access] on the [Add User] interface to display
the user access settings interface.
User Access settings are to set the user’s rights to verify
and open the door, such as the Verify Type, Time Zone
and Duress FP management.
1. Verify Type:
(1) Group Verify Mode: If the user uses the group verify
mode that he belong to.
(2) Individual verify mode: Select the verification mode
for this user instead of the group verify mode. That will not
affect other users in this group.
Note:
(1) Only the products with the built-in ID card module support the ID card verification.
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2. Time Zone:
(1) Group Time Zone: If the user uses the group time zone
that he belong to.
* Sugest that you use
software for accurate time
zone configurations
(2) Individual time zone: Select the time zone of this user
instead of the group time zone. That will not affect other
users in the group.
3. Duress FP:
Enroll a new duress fingerprint or cancel an existing one. In
any situation, only if the enrolled duress fingerprint is verified, it will trigger the duress alarm.
Duress FP management:
(1) Register Duress FP:
Press [Reg. Duress FP] on the [User Access] interface to
display the [Enroll Fingerprint] interface. On the displayed
[Enroll Fingerprint] interface, place your finger on the fingerprint sensor properly according to the system prompt.
For details, see 1.3 Finger Placement.
(2) Cancel duress FP:
Press [Can. Duress FP] on the [User Access] interface to
popup the confirm message. Select [YES] to delete the
enrolled duress FP, otherwise select [NO] to cancel the
operation.
* ensure correct user ID
before deletion
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4. User Management
Summary
Browse the user information, including the user ID, name,
fingerprint, face, ID card, password, rights, group No. and
user access settings through this interface. To add, edit or
delete the basic information of users.
* Take note that only
administrator can edit and
delete users.
Press [User Management] on the main menu interface to
display the user management interface.
This user is an administrator.
Note: The users are listed in alphabetical order by last
name. If you press a user name, you can access the editing interface of this user to edit or delete the related user’s
information.
4.1 Edit a User
Press a user name from the list to enter the [User Info] interface.
The User ID cannot be modified, and the other operations are similar to those performed in add a user. You can re-enroll your fingerprint and face image, change
your password, modify the management rights and group number.
For example: Change the user rights from Administrator to ordinary user. As shown
below.
4.2 Delete a User
On the [User Info] interface, you can delete all or partial user information.
* ensure correct user ID
before deletion
1. Press [Delete] to delete a user.
2. On the displayed interface, click [YES] to delete the current user or [NO] to return to
the previous interface.
3. On the [User Info] interface, press [Name], [Fingerprint], [Face] or [Password] to delete the related user information and to re-enroll the new information follow the device
prompt.
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4.3 Query a User
To facilitate administrators to locate a user quickly from
a large number of enrolled users, the device enables to
query by “User ID”.
User ID Query:
1. Press [Query] on the [User Management] interface to
display the User ID query interface.
2. Enter the user ID on the displayed interface, and click
[OK] to locate the cursor on the desired user.
Please input user ID!
5. Communication Settings
You can set related parameters for the communication between the device and
PC, including the IP address, gateway, communication mode, subnet mask, baud
rate, device ID, and communication key.
* Ensure to insert IP address,
unit does not use DHCP
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5.1 Network Settings
When the device communicates with the PC over Ethernet, you need to check the
following settings:
IP Address: The IP address is 192.168.1.201 by default and can be changed as required; the IP address of the device and that of the PC cannot be duplicated.
* Ensure correct IP address
Subnet Mask: The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 by default and can be changed as
required.
Gateway: The gateway is 0.0.0.0 by default. If the device and the PC are not located
in the same network segment, you need to set the gateway.
When the device communicates with the PC over serial ports (RS232/RS485), you
need to check the following settings:
RS232: This parameter is used to enable or disable the RS232 communication. If the
RS232 communication cables are used, set this parameter to “ON”.
* RS232 - Recommended
distance below10m
RS485: This parameter is used to enable or disable the RS485 communication. If the
RS485 communication cables are used, set this parameter to “ON”.
* RS485 - Recommended
distance below 500m
Baud Rate: This parameter is used to set the baud rate for the communication
between the device and the PC. It includes five options: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
and 115200. The higher baud rate is recommended for the RS232 communication to
achieve high speed communication, while the lower baud rate is recommended for
the RS485 communication to achieve stable low-speed communication.
* ensure to use shielded
cable
Device ID: This parameter is used to set the ID of device from 1 to 254. If the RS232/
RS485 communication is adopted, you need to enter the device ID on the software
communication interface.
Comm. Key: To enhance the security of attendance data, you can set a password
for the connection between the device and PC. Once the password is set, you can
connect the PC with the device to access the attendance data only after entering the correct password. The default password is 0 (that is, no password). Once a
password is set, you need to enter this password before connecting the PC software
with the device; otherwise, the connection is unsuccessful. 1 to 6 digits passwords are
supported.
Considering the massive data including the fingerprint and face templates stored in the device, it is recommended to transfer the data between the
device and PC over network to enhance the transfer speed.
5.2 Wiegand Output
Wiegand Format: The system has two built-in formats
Wiegand 26-bits and Wiegand 34-bits, and also supports
the format customization function to meet individualized
requirements.
Failed ID: Refers to the value output by the system upon
verification failure. The output format is subject to the setting
of “Wiegand Format”. The default value scope of Failed ID
is 0–65535.
Site Code: The site code is used for a customized Wiegand
format. The site code is similar to the device ID, but the site
code is customizable and can be duplicated among different devices. The default value scope of the Site Code is
0–255.
Pulse Width: Refers to the width of the Wiegand pulse in microseconds. The default
value scope of the pulse width is 1–1000.
Pulse Interval: Refers to the interval of the Wiegand pulse in microseconds. The default
value scope of the pulse width is 1–10000.
Output: Refers to the contents output upon successful verification. You can select the
“User ID” or “Card Number” as the output.
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5.2.1 Wiegand 26-bits Output description
The system has a built-in Wiegand 26-bits format. Press [Wiegand Format], and select
“Standard Wiegand 26-bits”.
The composition of the Wiegand 26-bits format contains 2 parity bits and 24 bits for
output contents (“User ID” or “Card Number”). The binary code of 24-bits represent
up to 16,777,216 (0–16,777,215) different values.
1
Even parity
2
User Id / Card Number
25 26
Odd parity bit
Definition of fields:
Field
Meaning
Even parity bit
Judged from bit 2 to bit 13. The even
parity bit is 1 if the character has an even
number of 1 bit; otherwise, the even parity bit is 0.
User ID / Card Number (bit 2-bit 25)
User ID/Card Number (Card Code,
0–16777215)
Bit 2 is the Most Significant Bit (MSB).
Odd parity bit
Judged from bit 14 to bit 25. The odd
parity bit is 1 if the character has an even
number of 1 bit; otherwise, the odd parity
bit is 0.
For example, for a user with the user ID of 12345, the enrolled card number is 0013378512
and the failed ID is set to 1.
1. When the output is set to “User ID”, the Wiegand output is as follows upon successful
verification:
00000000000110000001110011
Even parity bit User ID = Binary code of 12345 Odd parity bit
2 When the output is set to “Card Number”, the Wiegand output is as follows upon successful verification:
11100110000100011110100000
Even parity bit
User ID = Binary code of 0013378512
Odd parity bit
3. The Wiegand output is as follows upon verification failure:
00000000000000000000000010
Even parity bit
Failed ID = Binary code of 1
Odd parity bit
Note: If the output contents exceed the scope allowed for the Wiegand format,
the last several bits will be adopted and first several bits are automatically discarded.
For example, the user ID 888 888 888 is 110 100 111 110 110 101 111 000 111 000 in binary
format. Wiegand26 only supports 24 bits, that is, it only outputs the last 24 bits, and first 6
bits “110 100” are automatically discarded.
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5.2.2 Wiegand 34-bits Output description
The system has a built-in Wiegand 34-bits format. Press [Wiegand Format], and select
“Standard Wiegand 34-bits”.
The composition of the Wiegand 34-bits format contains 2 parity bits and 32 bits for
output contents (“User ID” or “Card Number”). The binary code of 32-bits represent
up to 4,294,967,296 (0–4,294,967,295) different values.
1
Even parity
2
User Id / Card Number
33 34
Odd parity bit
Definition of fields:
Field
Meaning
Even parity bit
Judged from bit 2 to bit 17. The even
parity bit is 1 if the character has an even
number of 1 bit; otherwise, the even parity bit is 0.
User ID / Card Number (bit 2-bit 33)
User ID/Card Number (Card Code,
0–4,294,967,295)
Bit 2 is the Most Significant Bit (MSB).
Odd parity bit
Judged from bit 18 to bit 33. The odd
parity bit is 1 if the character has an even
number of 1 bit; otherwise, the odd parity
bit is 0.
For example, for a user with the user ID of 123456789, the enrolled card number is
0013378512 and the failed ID is set to 1.
1. When the output is set to “User ID”, the Wiegand output is as follows upon successful
verification:
0000001110101101111001101000101011
Even parity bit
User ID = Binary code of 123456789
Odd parity bit
2. When the output is set to “Card Number”, the Wiegand output is as follows upon successful verification:
0000000001100110000100011110100001
Even parity bit
User ID = Binary code of 0013378512
Odd parity bit
3. The Wiegand output is as follows upon verification failure:
0000000000000000000000000000000010
Even parity bit
Failed ID = Binary code of 1
Odd parity bit
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5.2.3 Customised Format
Apart from the two built-in formats Wiegand 26-bits and Wiegand 34-bits, the system
also supports the format customization function to meet individualized requirements.
The customized format consists of two character strings: the data bits and parity bits.
These two character strings need to be defined separately. Data bits define the number of binary bits output by Wiegand as well as the meaning of each bit. The data
bits output by Wiegand can be a card number (C), site code (s), facility code (f),
manufacturer code (m) and parity bits (p). Parity bits define the check mode of each
bit in data bits and ensure the correctness of data bits during transfer through the
parity check. The parity bits can be set to odd check (o), even check (e) and both
odd check and even check (b). There is a one-to-one correspondence relationship
between the data bits and parity bits.
For example, the Wiegand26 can be customized as follows:
Definition of data bits: pssssssssccccccccccccccccp
Definition of parity bits: eeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooooooooo
Note: Wiegand26 consists of 26 bits. The first bit is the
even parity bit of bits 2 to 13; the 26th bit is the odd parity bit
of bits 14 to 25; the second to the ninth bits are the site code;
the 10th to the 25th bits are the card number.
To customize Wiegand format, proceed as follows:
(1) Select [Define Format] and the [Set] key is then enabled.
(2) Press [Set] to display the [User Define Format] interface, as
shown in the following figure:
(3) Click the entry box below “Card Format” to display the
following interface:
Characters used to define data bits and their meanings:
c: Indicates the card number, that is, the output contents,
it can be set to User ID/Card Number through menu operations.
f: Indicates the facility code which is 0 by default. It is not
configurable. To modify it, please contact the equipment
supplier.
m: Indicates the manufacturer code which is 0 by default. It
is not configurable. To modify it, please contact the equipment supplier.
p: Indicates the parity position.
s: Indicates the site code which can be set from 0 to
255 by default.
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(4) Click the entry box below “Parity Format” to display the following interface:
Characters used to define parity bits and their meanings:
o: Indicates the odd check, that is, there is an odd number of 1’s in the bit sequence
(including one parity bit). For example, for 1000110(0), the parity bit is 0 and there are
already three 1’s. After 0 suffixed to 1000110, there is still an odd number of 1’s.
e: Indicates the even check, that is, there is an even number of 1’s in the bit sequence (including one parity bit). For example, for 1000110(1), the parity bit is 1 and
there are already three 1’s. After 1 suffixed to 1000110, there is an even number of 1’s.
b: Indicates both odd check and even check.
For example, Definitions of several universal Wiegand formats.
Wiegand34
Data bits:
pcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccp
Parity bits:
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooooooooooooo
Note: Wiegand34 consists of 34 bits. The first bit is the even parity bit of bits 2 to 17; the
34th bit is the odd parity bit of bits 18 to 33; the second to the ninth bits are the site
code; the 10th to the 25th bits are the card number.
Wiegand37a
Data bits: pmmmmsssssssssssscccccccccccccccccccp
Parity bits: oeobeobeobeobeobeobeobeobeobeobeobeoe Note: Wiegand37a
consists of 37 bits. The first bit is the odd parity bit of bits 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16,
18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34 and 36; the 37th bit is the odd parity bit of
bits 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 34 and 35;
bits 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34 participate in both odd and even parity
check. Bits 2 to 5 are manufacturer code; bits 6 to 17 are the site code; bits 18 to 36
are the card number.
Wiegand37
Data bits:
pmmmffffffffffssssssccccccccccccccccccccp
Parity bits:
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooooooooooooooo Note: Wiegand37 consists of 37
bits. The first bit is the even parity bit of bits 2 to 18; the 34th bit is the odd parity bit of
bits 19 to 36; the second to the fourth bits are the manufacturer code; the 5th to the
14th bits are facilitate code; the 15th to the 20th bits are the site code; the 21st to the
36th bits are the card number.
Wiegand50
Data bits: pssssssssssssssssccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccp
Parity bits:
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooooooooooooooooooooo Note: Wiegand50 consists of 50 bits. The first bit is the even parity bit of bits 2 to 25; the 50th bit
is the odd parity bit of bits 26 to 49; the second to the 16th bits are the site code; 17th
to the 49th bits are the card number.
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5.3 Wiegand Input
Wiegand Format: The system has two built-in formats Wiegand 26-bits and Wiegand 34-bits, and also supports the
format customization function to meet individualized requirements. About the Wiegand format, please refer to 5.2
Wiegand Output.
Bit counts: Wiegand data digit length.
Pulse width: Pulse width is 100 microseconds by default,
which can be adjusted from 20 to 800.
Pulse interval: It is 900 microseconds by default, which can
adjusted between 200 and 20000.
Input: Content contained in Wiegand input signal, including
User ID or card number.
6. System Configuration
Through the [System] menu, you can set system-related parameters, including the
General, Display, Fingerprint, Face, Log settings, Shortcut Def, Access Control Set,
and Firmware Update, to enable the device to meet user requirements to the greatest extent in terms of functionality and display.
* Administrator access only
6.1 General Parameters
•
Keyboard Clicks: This parameter is used to set whether
to generate beep sound in response to every keyboard
touch. Select “ON” to enable the beep sound, and select “OFF” to mute.
•
Voice Prompts: This parameter is used to set whether to
play voice prompts during the operation of the device.
Select “ON” to enable the voice prompt, and select
“OFF” to mute.
•
Volume (%): This parameter is used to adjust the volume
of voice prompts.
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6.2 Interface Parameters
•
•
Language: This parameter is used to display the current
language used by the device. For multilingual-capable
devices, you can switch between different languages
through this parameter.
* Ensure not to change language, if not needed be.
Toolbar: This parameter is used to display the style of
the shortcut keys on the initial interface. It can be set
to “Auto Hide” and “Permanent Display”. By selecting
“Auto Hide”, you can manually display or hide the toolbar. By selecting “Permanent Display”, you can permanently display the toolbar on the initial interface.
* Auto-Hide function
maybe disturbing.
•
Default Verify Mode: This parameter is used to specify
which verification mode is set to default.
•
Sleep Time (S): This parameter is used to specify a period
after which the device is put in sleep mode if no operation within this period. You can wake up the device from
sleep by pressing any key or touching the screen.
* Depending on client preference, you can change
default verification mode.
* Sleep time can be
mistaken for device not
functioning, ensire to notify
client of settings
6.3 Fingerprint Parameters
•
•
1: 1 Threshold: This parameter is used to set the threshold of matching between the current fingerprint and
the fingerprint template enrolled in the device in the 1:1
verification mode. If the similarity between the current
fingerprint and the fingerprint template enrolled in the
device is larger than this threshold, the matching is successful; otherwise, the matching is not successful.
* Threshold can be
changed, depending on
the environment lighting
1: N Threshold: This parameter is used to set the threshold
of matching between the current fingerprint and the
fingerprint template enrolled in the device in the 1: N
verification mode. If the similarity between the current
fingerprint and the fingerprint template enrolled in the
device is larger than this threshold, the matching is successful; otherwise, the matching is not successful.
The recommended thresholds are as follows:
FRR
FAR
High
Medium
Low
Low
Medium
High
1:N
Threshold
45
35
25
1:1
25
15
10
•
Algorithm Version: This parameter is used to select the fingerprint algorithm
version between 9.0 and 10.0. Please select the algorithm version with caution
because the fingerprint templates of these two algorithm versions are incompatible.
•
Fingerprint Image: This parameter is used to set whether to display the
* Ensure to enrol every user
on the same algorithm,
these 2 version are not
compatible
fingerprint image on the screen during fingerprint enrollment or comparison. It has
four options:
•
Show for Enroll: Display the fingerprint on the screen in enrolling process.
•
Show for Match: Display the fingerprint on the screen in verification process.
•
Always Show: Display the fingerprint on the screen in enrolling and verifying
process.
•
Never Show: Never display the fingerprint on the screen
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6.4 Face Parameters
•
•
1: 1 Threshold: This parameter is used to set the threshold
of matching between the current face and the face
template enrolled in the device in the 1:1 verification
mode. If the similarity between the current face and
the face template enrolled in the device is larger than
this threshold, the matching is successful; otherwise,
the matching is not successful. The valid value scope is
55─120. The higher the threshold, the lower the FAR and
the higher the FRR are, and vice versa.
* Ensure correct environment lighting before
changing the thresholds.
1:1: N Threshold: This parameter is used to set the threshold of matching between the current face and the face
template enrolled in the device in the 1: N verification
mode. If the similarity between the current face and
the face template enrolled in the device is larger than
this threshold, the matching is successful; otherwise,
the matching is not successful. The valid value scope is
65─120. The higher the threshold, the lower the FAR and
the higher the FRR are, and vice versa.
The recommended thresholds are as follows:
FRR
FAR
High
Medium
Low
Low
Medium
High
1:N
Threshold
90
80
75
1:1
80
70
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Exposure: This parameter is used to set the exposure value of the camera.
•
Gain: This parameter is used to set the gain value of the camera.
•
Quality: This parameter is used to set a quality threshold for the face images
obtained. The device accepts the face images and processes them by adopting the face algorithm when their quality is higher than the threshold; otherwise,
it filters these face images.
Note: Improper adjustment of the Exposure, Gain and Quality parameters may
severely affect the performance of the device. Please adjust the Exposure parameter only under the guidance of the after-sales service personnel from our company.
6.5 Log Settings
•
Log Alert: When the available space is insufficient to store
the specified number of attendance records, the device
will automatically generate an alarm (Value scope:
1-99).
•
Dup. Punch Period (m): If a user’s attendance record
already exists and the user punches in again within the
specified period (unit: minute), the second attendance
record will not be stored (Value scope: 1-60 minutes).
* Administrator need to
monitor the log, using the
log alert.
* duplicate punch can be
adjusted to ensure security
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6.6 Keyboard Definitions
Define touch screen functional shortcut keys.
1. Press [Shortcut Def] to display the [Edit] interface, as shown below.
2. If you want to cancel the shortcut key, press [Status] to enter the edit interface,
select the value to “Undefined”.
3. Edit the item [Code], select [Label] (Six attendance state option). Select the state
of [Auto Switch], the interface as shown above.
4. Press [Save] to save the modification and exit.
6.7 Access Settings
Access control settings are to set user’s open door time zone,
control lock and set related device parameters.
To unlock, the enrolled user must accord with the following
conditions:
1. The current unlock time should be in the effective time of
the user time zone or group zone.
2. The group where the user is must be in access control (or in
the same access control with other group, to open the door
together).
The new enrolled user is under the first group by default,
and use the No. 1 group time zone, the No. 1 access control
group. The new enrolled user is in unlocking state (if you have
modified the related settings of access control, the system
will be changed with the modification).
6.7.1 Time Zone Settings
* Recommend to use software to adjust the settings
Time zone is the minimum unit of access control option. The
whole system can define 50 time zones. Every time zone
consists of seven time sections (that is, one week). Every time
section is the effective time zone within 24 hours every day.
Every user can set 3 time zones. It’s “or” between the three
zones. It is effective if only one is satisfied. Every time section
format is HH:MM-HH:MM, namely, accurate to minute.
If end time is smaller than start time (23:57- 23:56), the whole
day is forbidden. If end time is bigger than start time (00:0023:59), it is effective section.
Effective time zone for user unlocking: 00:00-23:59 or end time
is bigger than start time.
Notice: System default time zone 1 as whole day open
(namely, the new enrolled user is unlocking).
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6.7.2 Holiday Setting
Special access control time may be needed during holidays.
It is different to modify everybody’s access control time. So a
holiday access control time can be set, which is applicable
for all employees.
* Recommend to use software to adjust the settings
1. Add holiday:
(1) Enter holiday add interface, press the key to edit the
items.
(2) Press the touch screen number key to set the value, after
setting, press [OK] to save, and press [X] for exit and return to
the previous interface.
(3) Press [Save] to save the current information and return
to the previous interface; press [Exit] directly to return to the
previous interface without saving the current information.
2. Edit holiday
Select the holiday to be edited and enter the edit interface. The edit operation is
similar to add holiday. After editing, press [Save] to save and return to the previous
interface.
Notice: If holiday access control time is set, user’s open door time zone during
holiday is subject to the time zone here.
3. Delete holiday
Select the holiday to be deleted. Press [Delete] to popup the confirm interface as follows. Select [Yes] to delete this holiday, otherwise select [No] to cancel the operation.
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6.7.3 Group Time Zone Settings
Grouping is to manage employees in groups. Employees in group use group time zone
by default. Group members can also set user time zone. Every group can hold three
time zones. The new enrolled user belongs to Group 1 by default and can also be allocated to other groups.
Summary
* Recommend to use software to adjust the settings
1. Add group time zone
(1) Enter the Add Group interface; press the key to edit the items.
Code: Enter the number edit interface to set the value.
VerType: Select the Group Verify Type.
Holiday No.: Select if the Time zone is valid in holiday.
Time Zone: Select the Group Time Zone.
(2) After editing, press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous
interface; press [Exit] directly to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
Note:
(1) RF means ID card verification. Only the products with the built-in ID card module support the ID card verification.
2. Edit group time zone
Press the line to be edited, and enter the edit interface. After editing, press [Save] to
save the current information and return to the previous interface; press [Exit] directly to
return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
3. Delete group time zone
Select the line to be deleted. Press [Delete] to popup the confirm interface as follows.
Select [Yes] to delete this holiday, otherwise select [No] to cancel the operation.
6.7.4 Unlock Combination Setting
Make various groups into different access controls to achieve multi-verification and
improve security. An access control can be made up of 5 groups at most.
* Combination settings are
for added security at client
premisses
1. Add Unlock Combination
(1) Enter holiday add Combination Setting interface, press the key to edit the items.
(2) Press the touch screen number key to set the value, after setting, press [OK] to save,
and press [X] for exit and return to the previous interface.
(3) Press [Save] to save the current information and return to the previous interface;
press [Exit] directly to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
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6.7.4 Unlock Combination Settings...continue
2. Edit Unlock Combination
Select the line to be edited. Press the item directly to enter
the edit interface. After editing, press [Save] to save the
current information and return to the previous interface;
press [Exit] directly to return to the previous interface without saving the current information.
EDIT
3. Delete Unlock Combination
Select the line to be deleted. Press [Delete] to popup the
confirm interface as follows. Select [Yes] to delete this holiday, otherwise select [No] to cancel the operation
6.7.5 Access Control Parameter
Through the [Access] menu, you can set the parameters of
the electronic locks and related access control devices.
Lock Delay: Indicates the duration for the device to place
the electric lock in open state. (Value scope: 1-10 seconds)
Door Sensor Delay: Indicates the delay for checking the
door sensor after the door is opened. If door sensor state
is inconsistent with the normal state set by the door sensor
switch, an alarm will be triggered, and this period of time
is regarded as the “door sensor delay”. (Value scope: 1-99
seconds)
Door Sensor Mode: Includes the None, Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed (NC)
modes. “None” indicates that the door sensor switch is not used. “NO” indicates that
the door sensor is open in the normal state. “NC” indicates that the door sensor is closed
in the normal state.
Alarm Delay: Indicates the duration from the detection of the door sensor exception to
the generation of alarm signal. (Value scope: 1-99 seconds)
Failure Alarm Threshold: When the failed press times reach the set times, alarm signal will
come out (effective value: 1-9 times).
NC Time Zone: Set time zone for access control NC. Nobody can unlock during this time
zone.
NO Time Zone: Set time zone for access control NO. The lock is always in valid state during this time zone.
Valid in Holiday: Define time zone for NO or NC. Whether the time zone set in holiday
time zone is valid.
Notice:
1. If the Time Zone of normally open or normally closed has been set, please switch door
sensor to no, otherwise it will produce alarm signal during Normal close Time Zone or
Normal open Time Zone.
2. If the normally open or normally closed Time Zone is not defined yet by the time, the
equipment will prompt that you to define the Time Zone, and transfer you to the Time
Zone interface to add.
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* Ensure delay modes are
set according to client
requests.
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6.7.6 Duress Alarm Parameters
There are duress alarm parameters setting in the device.
When an employee comes across a duress situation, he
can use the set duress alarm mode to verify. The device will
open the door as usual, but the alarm signal will be sent to
the alarm.
* Ensure to configure Duress
finger alarm settings
1: 1 Trigger: if select “Yes”, when user use 1: 1 match mode,
alarm signal will come out. Or there is no alarm signal.
1: N Trigger: if select “Yes”, when user use 1: N match mode,
alarm signal will come out. Or there is no alarm signal.
Password Trigger: If select “Yes”, when a user use password
verification mode, alarm signal will come out. Or there is no
alarm signal.
Alarm Delay: After duress alarm gets started, the alarm signal will not output directly. It can be defined. After the set
time period, the alarm signal will be generated automatically (0-255 seconds).
6.7.7 Anti-Pass Back Setting
Set the device Anti-Pass back function.
APB Direction: There are four options: None, APB-Out, APBIn, APB-Out/In.
Device Status: There are three options: Exit Control, Entry
Control and None.
Anti-Pass back setting operation:
(1) Enter Anti-Pass back setting interface, press the key to
edit the items.
(2) Press the touch screen number key to set the value, after
setting, press [OK] to save, and press [X] for exit and return
to the previous interface.
(3) Press [Save] to save the current information and return
to the previous interface; press [Exit] directly to return to the
previous interface without saving the current information.
6.8 Update
* Take note, that not all USB
sticks are compatible.
You can upgrade the device firmware by using the upgrade file in the USB disk through this function.
* Ensure backups are
made before upgrades
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7. Data Management
Through the [Data Mgt.] menu, you can perform management of data stored on
the device, for example, delete the attendance records, delete all data, clear administrator, restore the device to factory settings, and query user records.
* Administrators need to
manage records, to ensure
the data logs are not running over capacity.
1. Delete Transactions: Delete all the attendance records.
2. Delete All Data: Delete all the information of enrolled personnel, including their
fingerprints, face images and attendance records.
3. Clear Administrator: Change all administrators to ordinary users.
4. Restore to Factory Settings: Restore all parameters on the device to factory settings.
Notice: The employee information and attendance records will not be deleted
during restoration to factory settings.
8. Date and Time Setting
8.1 Set Date/Time
The date and time of the device must be set accurately to
ensure the accuracy of attendance time.
1. Press [Menu] on the initial interface to display the main
menu interface.
* Ensure correct date and
time before handing over
the unit. Wrong date and
time can effect time and
attendance logs.
2. Press [Time/Date] on the main menu interface to display
the time setting interface.
3. Select the desired date and time by pressing the parameter. For the time format, there are 10 formats to select
from. Both 12-hour and 24-hour time systems are supported.
4. Press [Save] to save the current information and return to
the previous interface. Press [Exit] to return to the previous
interface without saving the current information.
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8.2 Bell Setting
Lots of companies need to ring their bells to signal the start and end of work shifts,
and they usually manually ring their bells or use electric bells. To lower costs and facilitate management, we integrated the time bell function into the device. You can
set the alarm time and duration for ringing the bell based on your requirements, so
that the device will automatically play the selected ring tone and triggers the relay
at the alarm time, and stop playing the ring tone after the set duration.
* Ensure to configure correctly in coreespondence
with time and date settings.
Press [Bell] on the [Date/Time] menu to display the bell setting interface, as shown in
figure below.
1. Add a bell
1) The displayed bell setting interface lists all the bells. Click [Add] to display the
[Add] interface.
2) On the [Add] interface, set the following parameters:
Bell Time: This parameter is used to set a time point when the device automatically
plays a bell ring tone every day.
Bell Date: This parameter is used to set which day the device automatically plays a
bell ring tone.
Ring Tone: This parameter is used to set the bell ring tone.
* Ensure to use correct
volume.
Volume: This parameter is used to set the volume of ring tone.
Repeat: This parameter is used to set the alarm times.
State: This parameter is used to set whether to enable the bell.
Bell Type: You can select between internal ringing and external ringing. For internal
ringing, the ring tone is played by the loudspeaker of the device. For external ringing, the ring tone is played by an external electric bell that is connected with the
device.
2. Edit and delete a bell
Press a bell in the list on the bell setting interface to display
the [Edit] interface, with the similar operation as “Add a
bell”.
Notice: Only some models have this function. If you
need it, please contact our business representative or technician.
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9. Auto Test
Summary
The auto test enables the system to automatically test whether functions of various
modules are normal, including the screen, sensor, voice, face, keyboard and clock
tests.
* Run Auto test before
handing over to client
1. Test Screen: The device automatically tests the display effect of the color TFT display
by displaying full color, pure white and pure black and checks whether the screen
displays properly. You can continue the test by touching the screen or exit it by pressing
[Exit].
2. Test Fingerprint: The device automatically tests whether the fingerprint sensor works
properly by checking whether the fingerprint images are clear and acceptable. When
the user places his/her finger on the sensor, the collected fingerprint image is displayed
on the screen in real-time. Press [Exit] to exit the test.
3. Test Voice: The device automatically tests whether the voice files are complete and
the voice quality is good by playing the voice files stored in the device. You can continue the test by touching the screen or exit it by pressing [Exit].
4. Test Face: The device automatically tests whether the camera works properly by
checking whether the collected face images are clear and acceptable. Press [Exit] to
exit the test.
5. Test Keyboard: The device tests whether every key on the keyboard works normally.
Press any key on the [Keyboard Test] interface to check whether the pressed key
matches the key displayed on screen. The keys are dark-gray before pressed, and turn
blue after pressed. Press [Exit] to exit the test.
6. Test Time: The device tests whether its clock works properly by checking the stopwatch of the clock. Touch the screen to start counting, and touch it again to stop to
check whether the counting is accurate. Press [Exit] to exit the test.
7. Screen Calibration:
You can perform all the menu operations by touching the
screen with one of your fingers or a touch pen. When the
touch screen is less sensitive to the touch, you can perform a
screen calibration through menu operations.
* Use finger for calibration
and not a sharp object!
The Screen Calibration Operation:
(1) Press [Menu] on the initial interface to display the main
menu interface.
Click the center
(2) Press [Calibration] on the [Auto Test] interface to display
the screen calibration interface.
(3) Touch the center of the cross “+”.
(4) Repeat Step 3 following the move of the “+” icon to different locations on the screen.
(5) Touch the center of the cross at five locations on the
screen correctly. When the message “Calibrating screen, pls
wait…” is displayed on screen, the calibration succeeds and
the system automatically returns to the main menu. If the calibration fails, the system recalibration will start from Step 3
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10. USB Disk Management
Summary
Through the [Dn/Upload] menu, you can download user information and attendance data stored in a USB disk to related software or other fingerprint recognition
equipment.
* In the case where TCP/IP,
RS232, RS485 are not available, USB management
can assist with download
of records.
1. Download Transactions: Download all the attendance data from the device to a USB
disk.
2. Download User: Download all the user information, fingerprints and face images from
the device to a USB disk.
3. Download user photos: Download the employees’ photos from the device to a USB
disk.
* Enrolling users and transfering users to other devices, ENSURE all the other
units are in the same light
environment.
4. Upload User: Upload the user information, fingerprints and face images stored in a USB
disk to the device.
5. Upload User Photo: Upload the JPG documents that are named after the user IDs
and stored in a USB disk to the device, so that user photos can be displayed after the
employee passes the verification. See Appendix 1 Photo ID Function.
11. System Information
You can check the storage status as well as version information of the device through the [System Information]
option.
* Basic system information
can be viewed.
Records: The number of enrolled users, administrators and
passwords are displayed on the [Records] interface; the
total fingerprint storage capacity and occupied capacity
as well as the total attendance storage capacity and occupied capacity are graphically displayed respectively.
Device: The device name, serial number, version information, vendor and date of manufacture are displayed on
the [Device] interface.
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12. Appendix
Appendix 1: Photo ID Function
The Photo ID function is used to display the photo enrolled by
a user or stored in a USB disk on the screen in addition to such
information as the user ID and name.
[Operation Steps]
1. When the photo taken by the device is used, the photo
can be displayed upon successful verification.
2. To use a photo stored in a USB disk, proceed as follows:
1) Create a folder with the name of “photo” in the USB disk,
and store users’ photos under this folder.
2) The user photos must be in JPG format and named after their IDs. For example, for the
user with the user ID of 154, the photo name must be 154.jpg.
3) Insert the USB disk into USB slot on the device, and select USB Disk Management -> Upload -> Upload Photos. Then user photos can be displayed upon successful verification.
Note:
1) The length of a user name cannot exceed 24 digits.
2) The recommended size of a user photo is less than 30 kbit.
3) The uploaded new user photo will overwrite the existing photo in related to the user
ID.
4) To download user photos, select USB Disk Management -> Download -> Download
User Photos. A folder with the name of “photo” will be automatically created on the USB
disk, and all downloaded user photos are stored under this folder.
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Appendix A:
RXD
TXD
+ 12V
GND
}
}
GND
Power Out
Wiegand In
IWD 1
WD 1
WD 0
IWD 0
RJ45-6
RLED
RJ45-3
GLED
BEEP
}
Output
}
}
BELL -
SEN
}
GND
BELL +
GND
Power In
Bell
BUT
NO 1
COM 1
Ethernet
}
}
}}
NC 1
RJ45-2
AL +
RJ45-1
AL -
Door
Sensor
GND
RS 485
485 +
}
+ 12V
RS 232
485 -
Wiegand Out
Multibio700 Pinout
Button
}
Lock
}
Alarm
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