X7 Access Control

X7 Access Control
X7 Access Control
System User Manual
Produced by ZKTeco Inc.
1. Equipment Installation
Wall mount installation
(1)Remove the screw on the
bottom of device.
(4)Fix the device to the back
cover.
(2)Take away the back cover.
(3)Fix the back cover on the wall
according to the mounting paper.
(5)Fix the screw.
2. Structure and Function
Access Control System Function:
(1)If a registered user verified, the device will
export the signal to unlock the door.
(2)Door sensor will detect the on-off state. If the
door is unexpected opened or improperly closed,
the alarm signal (digital value) will be triggered.
(3)If the device being illegally removed, the device
will export alarm signal.
(4)External exit button is supported; it is
convenient to open the door inside.
(5)External bell is supported.
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3. Lock Connection
Warning: No operation when power on!
(1) The system supports NO LOCK and NC LOCK. For example the NO LOCK
(normally open at power on) is connected with ‘NO’ terminal, and the NC LOCK is
connected with ‘NC’ terminal.
(2) When the Electrical Lock is connected to the Access Control System, you need
to parallel one FR107 diode (equipped in the package) to prevent the
self-inductance EMF affect the system, do not reverse the polarities.
(I) Share power with the lock:
Device share power with the
lock:
ULOCK=12V, I-ILOCK>1A……
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And the lock is near to the
device.
(II) Does not share power with the lock:
Device does not share power
with the lock:
A. ULOCK =12V I-ILOCK ≤1A;
B. ULOCK ≠12V;
C. The lock is far apart from the
device.
I①: ‘I’: device output current, ‘ULOCK’: lock voltage,’ ILOCK’: lock current.
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4. Connected with Other Parts
Voltage output ≤ DC 12V for Alarm
5. Connect with Power
Input DC 12V, 500mA (50mA standby)
Positive is connected with ‘+12V’, negative
is connected with ’GND’ (do not reverse the
polarities).
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Instructions
Recommended Procedure:
Step 1: Install the device and power on.
Step 2: After the administrator password is authenticated and changed, register
users' fingerprints, cards, or passwords.
Step 3: Configure access control parameters, including modifying eight
passwords for opening the door and configuring the unlocking duration,
authentication mode, stealth mode, door status sensor mode, and alarm.
Functions of the Device
∣―1.User Management
∣ ∣―1.1 Administrator Operations
∣ ∣ ∣― Administrator Authentication
∣ ∣ ∣― Change Administrator Password
∣ ∣ ∣― Open the Door by the Administrator Password
∣ ∣ ∣― Administrator Password Be Forgotten
∣ ∣―1.2 Add Users
∣ ∣ ∣― Add Users
∣ ∣ ∣― Register Cards in Batches
∣ ∣―1.3 User Authentication
∣ ∣―1.4 Delete Users
∣ ∣ ∣― Delete a User
∣ ∣ ∣― Delete All Users
∣―2.Access Control Management
∣ ∣―2.1 Set/Change Eight Passwords for Opening the Door
∣ ∣―2.2 Configure Unlocking Duration
∣ ∣―2.3 Configure Authentication Mode
∣ ∣―2.4 Configure Concealed Mode
∣ ∣―2.5 Configure Door Sensor Mode
∣ ∣―2.6 Configure Alarm
∣ ∣ ∣― Configure Alarm setting
∣ ∣ ∣― Configure Error Operation-Triggered Alarm
∣ ∣ ∣― Configure Tamper Alarm
∣ ∣ ∣― Configure Alarm Delay for the Door Status Sensor
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Operation Instructions
1. User Management
1.1 Administrator Operations
To ensure data security of the device, you can operate the device only after the
administrator password is authenticated.
 Administrator Authentication
1. Press [*]
(The indicator is off and
makes a long beep.)
2. Press[ #].
(You can authenticate the
password.)
3. Enter the administrator
password.
(The initial password is
1234.)
5. Exit.
(Press * or do not operate
the device within 20
seconds.)
4. The authentication is
successful.
(The indicator turns green.)
Note: The initial administrator password is 1234. You are advised to change
the initial password at the beginning.
 Change Administrator Password
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 8.
(You can change the
password.)
6. Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
YES
and makes three
beeps.)
5. Succeeded.
4. Enter the new
(The indicator turns
administrator password
green and makes a long
again for authentication.
beep.)
3. Enter a new
administrator password.
Note: Four-digit passwords are automatically verified. For passwords with less
than four digits, press # to enter the verification process.
 Open the Door by Entering the Administrator Password
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1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press 0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
4. The door is opened
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
Note: This function can be used to open the door.
 Administrator Password Is Forgotten
If the administrator password is forgotten, you can press the tamper switch
three times to reset the password to the initial administrator password 30 to 60
seconds after the device is disassembled from the wall or door. (There is a long
beep 30 seconds after the device is disassembled from the wall or door.)
1.2 Add Users
Register the fingerprint or card of a user or register cards in batches.
 Add Users
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 1.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5. Exit.
(Press * to exit.)
3. Register fingerprints or
cards. (Press fingers three
times to get a fingerprint or
swipe the card once.)
Failed.
Yes
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
4. Adding Users is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
Note: 1. In the registration process, the user ID increases automatically. The
device automatically enters the process of registering the next user when a user
is successfully registered.
2. The registration process fails if the fingerprint is of poor quality or the
fingerprint or the card has been registered. After the device indicator turns
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green, you can register the user again. Registered users must not be registered
again.
 Register Cards in Batches
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 6.
(Registering Cards in
Batches)
3. Swipe the first card once
only.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. Cards are successfully
registered in batches.
Yes
4. Enter the total number of
YES cards.
Note: 1. In the process of entering the total number of cards, three-digit
numbers are automatically verified. For numbers with less than three digits,
press # to enter the verification process. Press * to reenter the total number of
cards.
2. You must clear all the registered users before registering cards in batches. IDs
of to-be-registered cards must be consecutive numbers.
1.3 User Authentication
Authenticate Users' Fingerprints/Cards/Passwords
After the device is powered on, it enters the authentication state for users to
unlock the door.
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1. The device is in the
authentication state.
2. Press fingerprints, swipe
cards, or enter passwords. Yes 3. The authentication is
Press # after entering a
successful.
password.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
Note: Press # after entering a password for authentication. The door opens if
the entered password is identical with one of the eight passwords for opening
the door. The initial eight passwords for opening the door are empty. To change
passwords for opening the door, please refer to 2.1 Set/Change Eight Passwords
for Opening the Door.
1.4 Delete Users
Delete a user whose fingerprint or card is registered, or delete all users.
 Delete a User
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press2.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Enter a user ID, press the
fingerprint, or swipe the
card.
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
6. Exit.
(Press * or do not operate
the device within 20
seconds.)
YES
5. The user is deleted.
( The indicator turns green
4. Determine whether the
and makes a long beep,
user is authentic.
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
Note: 1. In the process of entering user IDs, five-digit IDs are automatically
verified. For IDs with less than five digits, press # to enter the verification
process.
2. The device automatically enters the process of deleting the next user when a
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user is deleted.
3. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
 Delete All Users
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 9.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Press 9.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
5.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
4. Deleting All Users is
successful.
( The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
Note: 1.Press 9 for automatic confirmation. Other values are considered
invalid. If an invalid value is entered, the device indicator turns red, and the
device makes a long beep and exits the process.
2. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fourth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
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2. Access Control Management
2.1 Set/Change Eight Passwords for Opening the Door
3. Enter the password ID of
the to-be-changed
password.
(The password ID ranges
from 1 to 8.)
Failed.
(The indicator turns red
and makes three beeps.)
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 3.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6. The password is changed.
(The device indicator turns
green and the device makes
a long beep.)
5. Enter the new password
again for authentication.
4. Enter a new password.
(The password consists of
four digits.)
YES
7. Exit.
(Press * or to exit)
Note: 1. The initial eight passwords for opening the door is empty.
2. If a password is successfully changed, enter the password ID of the
to-be-changed password to change the next password.
2.2 Configure Unlocking Duration
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press 4.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Enter the unlocking
duration.(range: 0 to 255)
5.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
4. The unlocking duration is
modified.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
Note: 1. Three-digit values are automatically verified. For values with less than
three digits, press # to enter the verification process. Values greater than 254 are
considered invalid.
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2. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fourth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
2.3 Configure Authentication Mode
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press5.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3. Enter the authentication
mode.
5.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
4.The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
Note: 1.The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fourth step indicates
system exits when setting successfully.
2. Details about the authentication mode are as follows:
Authentication Mode
type
Description
Mode 1 (number1)
PW
Only password verification
Mode 2 (number2)
RF
Only RF Card verification
Mode 3 (number3)
FP
Only fingerprint verification
Mode 4 (number4)
FP/PW/RF
fingerprint or password or RF verification
Mode 5 (number5)
RF&PW
RF and password verification
Mode 6 (number6)
FP&PW
fingerprint and password verification
2.4 Configure Concealed Mode
If the Concealed mode is enabled, the indicator is off when the Concealed mode
is in the sleep mode.
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1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Press3.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
4.Configure the concealed
mode
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note: 1.An indicator blinks to indicate the status of this function when users
are authenticating their cards or fingerprints.
2. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
2.5 Configure Door Sensor Mode
The door sensor switch includes three modes:



NONE: The door sensor switch is not used.
NO: The lock is open as long as the door is open.
NC: The lock is closed after the door is closed.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Press 5.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
4.Configure the door
sensor mode (0: enable;
1: disable; 2: without door
status sensor).
Note: 1.The door sensor mode configured here is used as the basis for the
door sensor alarm.
2. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
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2.6 Configure Alarm
Note: If an alarm is triggered, the device generates an alarm. 30 seconds later,
the alarm is switched to an alert. The alarm can be terminated after the user is
authenticated.
 Configure Alarm setting
The alarm should be on by default, when it is set to be close, the Error
Operation-Triggered Alarm, Tamper Alarm, the Alarm Delay for the Door Status
Sensor will be disabled.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
3.Press 1.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4.Configure the alarm
setting.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note: The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates
system exits when setting successfully.
 Configure Error Operation-Triggered Alarm
If this function is enabled, alarms are generated if an administrator fails the
authentication upon three attempts. The administrator authentication is not
allowed within 20 seconds after an alarm is generated.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Press 2.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
4.Configure the error
operation-triggered alarm
switch.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
Note: The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates
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system exits when setting successfully.
 Configure Tamper Alarm
If this function is enabled, alarms are generated once the device is
disassembled.
Configure whether to enable the disassembly alarm.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press7.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
3.Configure whether to
enable the tamper alarm.
(0: enable; 1: disable).
5. Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
4. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
Note: The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fourth step indicates
system exits when setting successfully.
 Configure Alarm Delay for the Door Status Sensor
DSen. Delay (Door Sensor Delay): indicates the delay in checking the door
sensor after the door is open. If door sensor state is inconsistent with the
normal state set by the door sensor switch, an alarm will be generated, and this
period of time is regarded as the “door sensor delay”.
1. The administrator
password is authenticated.
2. Press0.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
6.Exit.
(The device automatically
exits the process when the
operation is completed.)
5. The configuration is
successful.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep,
then turns red and makes a
long beep again.)
3.Press 4.
(The indicator turns green
and makes a long beep.)
4.Configure the alarm
delay
(range: 1 to 254).
Note: 1.Three-digit values are automatically verified. For values with less than
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three digits, press # to enter the verification process. Values greater than 254 are
considered invalid.
2. The indicator turns red and makes a long beep in fifth step indicates system
exits when setting successfully.
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