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InTagral™ Plus
TIME & ATTENDANCE CLOCK
USER GUIDE
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InTagral™ Plus
TIME & ATTENDANCE CLOCK
USER GUIDE
(REV. 1.0)
CONTACT INFORMATION
Micronet Ltd.
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P.O.B. 11524
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Israel
Tel: (972)-3-558-4886
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DOCUMENT HISTORY
Rev.
Writer
name
Date
Reviewed
by
Date
Edited by
Date
Changes
Ido Amir
18.11.05
Complete
format
change
8.1.06
Feature
additions
(Micronet)
Rev C.
Yigal
Glicksam
7.12.03
Rev.
1.0
Ido Amir
18.11.05
Rev.
Ido Amir
& Hamutal
Ben Dov
8.1.06
Ido Amir
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction .............................................................................. 1-1
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.3.1.
1.3.2.
1.4.
1.4.1.
1.4.2.
About This User Guide ....................................................................................1-1
Highlights and Benefits...................................................................................1-2
InTagral™ Plus Physical Description ..............................................................1-3
General View.................................................................................. 1-3
InTagral™ Plus Displays and Controls ................................................ 1-4
Supporting Software.......................................................................................1-6
Communications Software – The ClockComm™ Application .................. 1-6
Data Management Software - The OnTime Pro™ Application................. 1-7
Chapter 2 Installation ................................................................................ 2-1
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
Getting Started ...............................................................................................2-1
Unpacking the Carton – Inventory Checklist.................................................2-1
Mounting the Time Clock in a Fixed Location ................................................2-2
Attaching Cables and Connections.................................................................2-2
Chapter 3 Set-Up and Configuration ....................................................... 3-1
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.3.1.
3.3.2.
3.3.3.
3.3.4.
3.3.5.
3.3.6.
3.3.7.
3.4.
3.4.1.
3.4.2.
3.5.
3.5.1.
3.6.
3.6.1.
3.6.2.
General ............................................................................................................3-1
InTagral™ Plus Normal-Display Screen .........................................................3-1
Setting the Communications Method .............................................................3-3
To specify the Communications Method ............................................. 3-3
To specify the Direct method of communications (through RS-232)....... 3-4
To specify the Modem method of communications............................... 3-4
To specify the TCP/IP method of communications (Through LAN).......... 3-4
To specify the RS485 method of communications................................ 3-5
To specify the required Baud Rate..................................................... 3-6
To specify the Query Server communication data................................ 3-6
Supervisor ID Card .........................................................................................3-8
Designating a Supervisor ID Card ..................................................... 3-8
To view the Supervisor Menu............................................................ 3-9
Setting the Date and Time .............................................................................3-9
To set the date and time for InTagral™ Plus ....................................... 3-9
Configuring the Fingerprint ID Reader.........................................................3-10
To activate the Fingerprint ID option ............................................... 3-11
To deactivate the Fingerprint ID option............................................ 3-11
Chapter 4 Clock Operation ........................................................................ 4-1
4.1.
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
4.2.
4.2.1.
4.2.2.
4.2.3.
Routine Operations .........................................................................................4-1
Clocking In and Out ........................................................................ 4-2
Temporarily Changing the In/Out Status............................................ 4-4
The Employee Menu........................................................................................4-8
To access the Employee Options Menu .............................................. 4-8
Missing Punches ............................................................................. 4-9
In/Out List ..................................................................................... 4-9
4.3.
4.3.1.
4.3.2.
4.3.3.
4.3.4.
4.3.5.
4.3.6.
4.3.7.
4.3.8.
The Supervisor Menu ................................................................................... 4-10
To view the Supervisor Menu.......................................................... 4-11
Who is in? .................................................................................... 4-12
Clock Setup.................................................................................. 4-12
Reset Clock .................................................................................. 4-13
Comm. Setup ............................................................................... 4-14
Badge Identify .............................................................................. 4-15
Fingerprint ID............................................................................... 4-16
Erase Clock Data........................................................................... 4-26
Chapter 5 Appendixes................................................................................ 5-1
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
Technical Specifications ................................................................................. 5-1
Error Messages ............................................................................................... 5-4
Keypad Function Key Settings ....................................................................... 5-5
Door Opening Mechanism .............................................................................. 5-6
Safety Precautions ......................................................................................... 5-7
InTagral Light\Plus External reader installation instructions ....................... 5-8
5.6.1. Visible Installation........................................................................... 5-9
5.6.2. Invisible Installation ...................................................................... 5-10
5.6.3. Important notes about the installation ............................................. 5-10
LIST OF FIGURES
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4-15:
InTagral™ Plus Clock Display ................................................................... 1-3
Normal Display Screen ............................................................................ 3-1
Comm Setup Menu Screen....................................................................... 3-3
Ethernet Setup Menu Screen ................................................................... 3-4
Baud Rate Screen ................................................................................... 3-6
Service Parameters Screen ...................................................................... 3-6
Supervisor Menu Screen .......................................................................... 3-8
Clock Setup Screen ................................................................................. 3-9
Current Date Screen...............................................................................3-10
Normal-Display Screen ............................................................................ 4-1
Clock In Confirmation Screen................................................................... 4-3
Clock Out Confirmation Screen................................................................. 4-4
Employee Options Menu– Authorization Request Screen............................ 4-8
Employee Options Menu Screen ............................................................... 4-8
Supervisor Menu Tree ............................................................................4-10
Supervisor Menu Screen .........................................................................4-11
Who Is In Table Screen ..........................................................................4-12
Badge Identify Authorization Request Screen...........................................4-15
Badge Identify Screen ............................................................................4-15
One to One Main Screen.........................................................................4-16
One to Many Main Screen.......................................................................4-17
Fingerprint options Menu Screen.............................................................4-18
Add Fingerprint Screen ...........................................................................4-19
Add Fingerprint Edit Screen – Put Finger .................................................4-19
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4-24:
4-25:
5-1:
Add Fingerprint Edit Screen – Put Another Finger ....................................4-20
Test Fingerprint Menu Screen .................................................................4-21
Test Fingerprint Verification Request.......................................................4-21
Delete Fingerprint Screen .......................................................................4-23
Delete All Screen ...................................................................................4-24
All Fingerprints deleted Confirmation Screen............................................4-24
Calibrate Sensor Screen .........................................................................4-25
Calibrate Sensor Confirmation Screen......................................................4-25
PC Backup Reminder Screen...................................................................4-26
Erase All Data Request Screen ................................................................4-27
Door Opening Mechanism Diagram ...........................................................5-6
InTagral™ Plus
Time & Attendance Clock
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1.
ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE
Welcome to the InTagral™ Plus Automated Time and Attendance Clock
User Guide by Micronet Ltd.
With this guide, you will learn to install, configure, and operate the
InTagral™ Plus time clock. InTagral™ Plus is designed to give your
organization sophisticated time and attendance functionality, with consistent
ease of use for employees and management alike.
The InTagral™ Plus User guide is intended for personnel responsible for
setting up and managing the InTagral™ Plus time clock, as well as for those
who use InTagral™ Plus for routine operations.
The User guide is divided into five sections.
1. Introduction – Provides introductory information about InTagral™
Plus. This information includes a physical description, displays and
controls description, and a description of the clock's general purposes
and uses.
2. Installation – Provides detailed instructions for installing the
InTagral™ Plus time clock. This section describes the different options
of communicating with the host PC.
3. Set-Up and Configuration – Explains how to configure operating
parameters for InTagral™ Plus. Functions can be defined using the
Supervisor menu on the time clock, in conjunction with a
communications program running on the host PC that is part of the
InTagral™ Plus system. You determine the particular conditions of
your setup, such as card types, authorized employee users, and the
way that the time clock communicates with other devices for
processing time and attendance data.
4. Clock Operation – Explains how your organization's employees and
supervisors use InTagral™ Plus in their day-to-day routines.
5. Appendixes – Provides supplementary technical information.
NOTE
Throughout this document, the term 'time clock' refers to the InTagral™ Plus Time and
Attendance Clock from Micronet Ltd., unless noted otherwise.
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1.2.
HIGHLIGHTS AND BENEFITS
InTagral™ Plus is a fully integrated, digital time and attendance clock system
that
uses
advanced
technology
to
provide
medium
to
large-size
organizations with low cost, trouble-free employee attendance monitoring.
Employees can update InTagral™ Plus by means of RF (radio frequency)
based identification tags, as well as conventional magnetic strip and bar code
employee ID tags.
InTagral™ Plus offers a full range of integrated management features such
as project management, local and remote messaging and access control.
Data collected by InTagral™ Plus is pre-formatted for automated data
transfer to corporate departments such as human resource management and
payroll. In addition, InTagral™ Plus provides further critical office control
functions such as physical office access control and activation of alarm
systems.
The time clock is powered by a conventional electrical wall outlet power
source. A backup battery allows the time clock to operate for up to 4 hours
in the event of power outage. In addition, an internally mounted lithium
battery that is independent of the power source protects internal digital data
for an extended period of time.
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1.3.
1.3.1.
INTAGRAL™ PLUS PHYSICAL
DESCRIPTION
General View
Figure 1-1 illustrates the InTagral™ Plus clock, with a description of each of
its components.
Functional and
Navigation Keys
Display
Screen
LED Battery
Level Indicator
Fingerprint
Reader
Keypad
Card
Reader
Audio
Speaker
Figure 1-1:InTagral™ Plus Clock Display
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1.3.2.
InTagral™ Plus Displays and Controls
Table 1-1:
InTagral™ Plus Displays and Controls
TIME CLOCK COMPONENT
DESCRIPTION
Display Screen
The Display Screen displays alphanumeric information for
standard Employees and the Time Clock Supervisor. The Display
Screen can display up to 8 rows of text, with a maximum of 21
alphanumeric characters per row. The display is backlit so that
it can be viewed clearly under most lighting conditions.
Keypad
The keypad consists of 12 function keys. Keys 1 through 9
allow you to enter numeric information.
The remaining two keys, CLR and ENT, are at the bottom of
the keypad. The CLR key returns you to the main time clock
screen. [ENT] is for confirming an item selected by the user
from a menu of options, and for returning an affirmative (YES)
answer to a prompting question presented by the time clock.
Function and
Navigation Keys
Eight keys at the top of InTagral™ Plus allow you to enter
special functions and navigate commands in the menus that
appear on the Display Screen.
•
The IN key is for changing the clock’s current
status to Entry time.
•
The OUT key is for changing the clock’s current
status to Exit time.
•
The F1 key displays a menu of additional options
and/or functions.
•
The F2 key (if selected) displays a list of the
active projects.
The arrow keys (  ) are for screen navigation. The up
and down arrows are for scrolling up and down a list. The right
and left arrows take the cursor to the beginning or end of the
list respectively.
LED Indicators
There are three LED indicators on the face of the time clock.
•
The IN key LED indicator flashes to show that
the time clock currently in IN mode.
•
The OUT key LED indicator flashes to show that
the time clock currently in OUT mode.
The BATT LED flashes when the backup battery is low.
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Card Reader
The Card Reader detects and reads employee ID information
from employee ID cards.
For magnetic and bar code cards, employees must slide their ID
card through the slot in the Card Reader with the magnetic strip
facing down as shown on the Card Reader.
If your organization uses RF (Proximity) employee cards,
employees need only place their cards in front of the Card
Reader a few centimeters away from the surface of the time
clock.
Fingerprint Reader
An optional Fingerprint Reader adds another level of security for
screening individuals attempting to gain access to an
organization's premises.
Supervisors are responsible for initially entering an Employee's
fingerprint into the time clock's memory. As part of the
recording process, an Employee places either the thumb or
index finger facing upward over the Fingerprint Reader area on
the time clock.
To use the fingerprint identification feature, an Employee first
slides his or her employee ID card through the Card Reader.
When the time clock indicates, the employee must place the
same index finger originally used to record the record over the
Fingerprint Reader. InTagral™ Plus reads the employee's
fingerprint information and compares it with the image stored in
the time clock's memory.
Only if the Employee's fingerprint matches that stored in
InTagral™ Plus will the Employee card be verified. In the case
of the optional door control function the door will then be
opened.
Audio Speaker
Sounds a single-toned signal to indicate that operations have
been carried out. In the event of an error, the time clock
sounds a multi-toned signal.
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1.4.
SUPPORTING SOFTWARE
Micronet Ltd. has two main software applications that support the InTagral™
Plus Time Clock. They are described in the following paragraphs.
1.4.1.
Communications Software – The
ClockComm™ Application
InTagral™ Plus comes with ClockComm™, a sophisticated time and
attendance clock communications application that enables InTagral™ Plus to
communicate with other devices in a variety of ways. InTagral™ Plus can be
integrated with PCs for purposes of management and control in the following
ways:
•
Direct Connection from the Time Clock to the Host PC
•
Standard Modem or Internal Modem (GPRS)
•
RS485-based Network
•
TCP/IP (Internet)
The ClockComm application is described in detail in the "ClockComm
Communications Module User guide", included in the InTagral™ Plus
package.
In order to perform configuration and monitoring of the time clock, you
make use of a Host Computer connected to the time clock by one of the
clock's communication options.
Installing the communications module software to the Host Computer and
defining and configuring communications options are described in detail the
"ClockComm Communications Module User guide."
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1.4.2.
Data Management Software - The OnTime
Pro™ Application
OnTime Pro™ is an optional software package developed by Micronet Ltd.
that runs on a standard Personal Computer. OnTime Pro works with the time
clock to provide a full range of professional attendance monitoring services,
using the time and attendance data recorded by InTagral™ Plus. Examples of
OnTime Pro's features are:
•
Three Levels for Handling Employee Overtime
•
Flexible Rounding Rules
•
Automatic Crediting or Debiting of Break Time
With OnTime Pro, you can export attendance data processed according to
user-defined rules to external Payroll applications.
For a full explanation of how to install, configure and operate OnTime Pro
refer to the "OnTime Pro Time and Attendance Application User
guide."
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Chapter 2
INSTALLATION
This section is directed to a new user of Micronet time clocks. It provides
detailed instructions for unpacking and installing the InTagral™ Plus time
clock.
2.1.
GETTING STARTED
If you have experienced installing and using Micronet time clocks such as
InTagral™ and InTagral™ Light, and would like to begin using InTagral™
Plus immediately, see the pamphlet entitled "Getting Started With
InTagral™ Plus".
NOTE
For more detailed information about installing the time clock, review the following chapters of
this User guide in detail.
2.2.
UNPACKING THE CARTON – INVENTORY
CHECKLIST
The InTagral™ Plus carton contains the following items:
•
The time clock
•
Docking station (cradle) and 2 white plastic keys
NOTE
• InTagral™ Plus also offers various optional accessories, such as Communications cable, 12V Power
Adaptor, and Twenty-five personal-employee-ID-cards.
• To obtain extra cards, contact your local Micronet distributor.
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2.3.
MOUNTING THE TIME CLOCK IN A FIXED
LOCATION
1. Select a place on the wall and mark the location of the four wallanchoring studs.
2. Attach all the required wires and cables to the wall cradle.
3. Secure the wall cradle to the wall with the screws supplied. Tighten
the screws firmly into their studs until the cradle is flush against the
wall.
4. Mount the time clock on its cradle, using the hooks on the back of the
clock to latch the lock into place.
5. The LCD screen displays the time of day in 12-hour (AM-PM) format.
Verify that the time clock displays the correct local time. If not, you
must adjust the time clock's time before use.
2.4.
ATTACHING CABLES AND CONNECTIONS
Depending upon how you plan to have InTagral™ Plus installed and
configured at your location, you will want to connect the time clock to one or
more peripherals or communications devices or systems.
For further information about defining the appropriate communications
configuration
for
your
workplace
refer
to
the
"ClockComm
Communications Module User guide".
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Chapter 3
SET-UP AND CONFIGURATION
3.1.
GENERAL
Basic configuration of the InTagral™ Plus time clock is done using the
function keys and the instructions shown on the LCD Screen on the front of
the time clock.
The
supervisor
is
responsible
for
configuring
InTagral™
Plus.
The
Supervisor's Menu allows access to all parameters that require configuring,
as well as to operation and monitoring options.
3.2.
INTAGRAL™ PLUS NORMAL-DISPLAY
SCREEN
After completing the described installation steps, the clock's LCD displays the
Normal-Display screen. This is the screen that is displayed during the clock's
idle time (waiting for transactions). The Normal-Display screen is shown in
the following illustration:
Figure 3-1:Normal Display Screen
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NOTE
If the Normal-Display screen does not appear, a DOS prompt (' A> ') appears on the screen.
In this case, reboot the internal clock software by performing the following steps:
1. Click 1, followed by [ENT]. The boot screen is displayed.
2. Click 1. RUN.
3. Click 2. Boot from A. The Main Screen is displayed.
NOTE
Each time Supervisors and Employees make use of the clock during their day-to-day
activities, the clock will automatically return to the Normal-Display screen after a few idle
seconds.
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3.3.
SETTING THE COMMUNICATIONS
METHOD
A Supervisor can configure the time clock Communications Method directly
from the InTagral™ Plus unit. The Communications Method is the method
that the time clock uses to send data for processing and reporting.
3.3.1.
To specify the Communications Method
1. Slide a Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the bottom of the
time clock. The Supervisor Menu is displayed.
NOTE
Until you have designated an Employee ID Card as the Supervisor Card (see Paragraph
3.4.1.1), you may use any of the cards provided with the time clock to access the Supervisor
menu. Once you have designated a particular card as the Supervisor card, only the individual
making use of this card can access the Supervisor menu.
2. Click 4. The Comm Setup menu is displayed.
Figure 3-2:Comm Setup Menu Screen
The asterisk (*) to the right of the options designates which
Communications Method is currently in effect.
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3.3.2.
To specify the Direct method of
communications (through RS-232)
Click 1 to specify Direct. The Display Screen returns to displaying the
Supervisor menu,
3.3.3.
To specify the Modem method of
communications
1. Click 2 to specify Modem.
2. The Display Screen goes blank, and the time clock sounds a short,
high-pitched sound. The word 'WAIT' is displayed on the screen for a
short moment. The time clock is now checking for proper connection
with the modem.
NOTE
In the event that there is a problem with the connection, the time clock displays an error
message. In such a case, you must verify that the modem is working properly. When the
communication connection is working properly, the Screen Display shows the Normal Display.
3. Press [ENT]. The Communications Method is now set to Modem, and
an asterisk (*) symbol follows the MODEM option in the Select Type
menu.
3.3.4.
To specify the TCP/IP method of
communications (Through LAN)
1. Click 3 to specify TCP. The Ethernet Setup menu is displayed.
Figure 3-3:Ethernet Setup Menu Screen
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NOTE
In the case where you have chosen to use the TCP Communications Method, you must
consult your organization's Systems Administrator, who will provide you with your network IP
address and the Netmask and Gateway settings if they differ from the default values. The
fields in which you can enter data blink, indicating they can be changed.
2. Click 1 to define the time clock IP address. Change options 2 and 3 if
necessary, in accordance with your System Administrator's
instructions.
3. Using the arrow keys to navigate, select the appropriate numeric keys
to enter the proper specifications. To enter a decimal point ( '.' ) select
[CLR].
4. Press [ENT] to enter the settings to the time clock. The
Communications Method is now set to TCP, and an asterisk (*)
symbol now appears directly after the TCP option of the Select Type
menu.
NOTE
If you do not have a LAN cable properly connected the time clock, the Display Screen displays
the following message:
LAN Cable Not Connected.
3.3.5.
To specify the RS485 method of
communications
Click 4 to specify RS485. The Display Screen returns to displaying the
Supervisor menu,
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3.3.6.
To specify the required Baud Rate
1. Click 5 to specify BAUD.
2. a list of available options is displayed. Select the required Baud Rate
from the list.
Available Options are: 115200, 57600, 38400, 19200, and 9600
Baud.
Figure 3-4:Baud Rate Screen
3.3.7.
To specify the Query Server communication
data
1. Click 6 to specify QUERY SERVER. The Server Params. Menu is
displayed.
Figure 3-5:Service Parameters Screen
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NOTE
Please consult your organization's Systems Administrator, who will provide you with the
server's network IP address. The fields in which you can enter data have a blinking cursor
indication.
2. Click 1 to define the time clock IP address in accordance with your
System Administrator's instructions.
3. Using the arrow keys to navigate, select the appropriate numeric keys
to enter the proper specifications. To enter a decimal point ( '.' ) select
[CLR].
4. Press [ENT] to enter the settings to the time clock.
5. To specify the PORT data (the Query Server's Communication Port)
click 2 and then enter the required Port number (usually a number
between 5000 and 65535). The default Port number of both the clock
and the Query Server is 5010.
6. Press [ENT] to enter the settings to the time clock.
7. To set the TIMEOUT data (the number of seconds the clock waits for
communication with the Query server before announcing an error),
click 3, then specify the number of seconds.
8. Press [ENT] to enter the settings to the time clock.
NOTE
For further information about Communications Methods, refer to the "ClockComm
Communications Module User guide"
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3.4.
SUPERVISOR ID CARD
3.4.1.
Designating a Supervisor ID Card
In order to access the Supervisor Menu and its functions on an ongoing
basis, you must make use of an ID card that has been designated as a
Supervisor Card.
3.4.1.1.
To designate an ID card as a Supervisor Card
1. Select an ID card that you want to designate as the Supervisor Card.
You may assign up to three Supervisor Cards.
NOTE
All cards are provided from the factory with a default designation as Supervisor Cards. When
you assign each card to a specific employee, the cards no longer will have Supervisor status.
2. Slide the card through the card reader at the bottom of the time clock.
The Supervisor Menu is displayed.
Figure 3-6:Supervisor Menu Screen
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3. Click 5 on the time clock keyboard to select the Badge identify option
to identify the number of an ID card, and slide the card you have
selected as the Supervisor Card through the Card Reader. The card's
unique number is displayed on the time clock screen.
4. Using the PC, type the complete, 6-digit identified card number into
the Master Card field of the Card Definition page of the ClockComm
application. This number now designates the Supervisor Card to the
system.
5. Click the Set Clock button in the Card Definition page. The Supervisor
Card is saved to the time clock.
NOTE
For detailed information about the host PC and its functions, refer to the "ClockComm
Communications Module User guide."
3.4.2.
To view the Supervisor Menu
Slide an ID card that you have previously designated as a Supervisor Card
through the Card Reader at the bottom of the clock. The Supervisor menu is
displayed (see Figure 3-6).
3.5.
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
InTagral™ Plus is preset at the factory with the local time and date.
Nevertheless, you may need to change the current system date and/or time
stored in and displayed by InTagral™ Plus.
3.5.1.
To set the date and time for InTagral™ Plus
1. Slide a Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the bottom of the
time clock. The Supervisor Menu appears on the Display Screen.
2. Click 2. The Clock Setup screen is displayed.
Figure 3-7:Clock Setup Screen
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3. From the Clock setup menu, click 1 to specify the current date. The
Current Date screen is displayed.
Figure 3-8:Current Date Screen
4. The first 'D' within the two-character Day field of the complete
DD/MM/YY that is displayed as the last row of the screen blinks,
indicating that it can be changed. Select the numeric keys on the
keyboard to set each date character, one key for each digit you enter.
NOTE
The arrow keys (  ) can also be used to navigate from character to character.
5. When you have entered the current date, Press [ENT] to set the date
in the system. (If the date is incorrect format, a beep will sound, and
the screen cursor will return to the beginning of the character date
field.) Verify that you have set the new date properly by viewing it
displayed on the main screen.
6. From the Clock Setup screen, set the following parameters:
•
Time – click 2.
•
DST w (Daylight Saving Time beginning date) – click 3.
•
DST s (Daylight Saving Time ending date) – click 4.
These parameters should be set in the same way you set the current
date. The internal clock times used for calculations are now set.
3.6.
CONFIGURING THE FINGERPRINT ID
READER
The Fingerprint ID function works in conjunction with the Fingerprint ID
Reader, an optional feature of the time clock that adds an extra level of
security to the functions InTagral™ Plus.
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If your time clock includes a Fingerprint ID reader, you have the option of
activating the Fingerprint ID option and adding Employee finger print records
to the time clock's memory.
3.6.1.
To activate the Fingerprint ID option
1. From the ClockComm application running on the Host PC, click the
Configure button. The ClockComm main window opens.
2. Click the Clock Options folder tab. The Clock Options folder opens.
3
.In the Finger Print area, select the Use Finger Print option. A
check mark now appears in the check box to the immediate left of this
option, indicating that the option is selected.
4. Click the Set Clock button. The Fingerprint ID function is now active.
NOTE
For further information about using the Host PC to configure InTagral™ Plus, refer to the
"ClockComm Communications Module User guide" and the "OnTime Pro Time and
Attendance Application User guide".
3.6.2.
To deactivate the Fingerprint ID option
1. From the ClockComm application running on the Host PC, select the
Configure button. The ClockComm main window is displayed.
2. Select the Clock Options folder tab. The Clock Options folder is
displayed.
3. In the Finger Print area, clears the check mark from Use Finger
Print check box by selecting the option.
4. Select the Set Clock button. The Fingerprint ID function is now
inactive.
Managing the fingerprint images used by InTagral™ Plus for identifying and
authorizing Employees is done through the time clock and a connected Host
PC (see Paragraph 4.3.7)
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Chapter 4
CLOCK OPERATION
This section describes how Employees and Supervisors use the InTagral™
Plus time clock for day-to-day use, as well as for ongoing maintenance
operations.
General operations begin with the time clock operating normally and showing
the Main Screen display:
Figure 4-1:Normal-Display Screen
4.1.
ROUTINE OPERATIONS
According to the settings that the Administrator has determined in the
configuration process, the clock will function in one of the following modes:
•
In and Out – the time clock shows a Normal Display of IN or OUT for
the specific hours defined by the System Administrator.
•
Swipe and Go - no status cue is displayed. The first transaction is
recorded as in, and the second transaction is recorded as out.
•
Save Mode – the time clock retains the value, whether in or out, of
the card most recently passed through the Card Reader.
•
Projects – The time clock records time by the projects you specify.
The Normal Display shows the current project title.
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NOTES
• The System Supervisor is responsible for setting how the time clock records time. If the
time clock is set to record time according to project, only the Supervisor can unlock the
clock from Project status.
• In some configurations of InTagral™ Plus, the time clock, in addition to recording the
employee's time of arrival, controls the door lock mechanism that actually allows the
employee to enter your offices. For detailed information about this feature refer to the
"OnTime Pro Time and Attendance Application User guide".
• Additionally, you can find more information about these possibilities in the "ClockComm
Communications Module User guide", in the section describing the use of the
Entry/Exit Tab.
4.1.1.
Clocking In and Out
The primary function for which your organization's employees use the
InTagral™ Plus time clock is clocking in and out. When employees arrive on
your organization's premises, they slide their ID cards through the time clock
Card Reader to indicate to the system the time they arrived.
4.1.1.1.
To clock in
1
.Check to see that InTagral™ Plus is operational, is displaying the Main
Screen.
2. If the green indicator light at the right of the IN Function Key is not
yet flashing, select the IN Function Key. The IN green indicator now
flashes.
NOTE
If the Time Clock is currently set to Swipe and Go status, the green light will not be lit.
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3. Slide your valid Employee ID card through the Card Reader. The
Display Screen a confirmation message of a successful clock in:
Figure 4-2:Clock In Confirmation Screen
The Display Screen displays the following information:
•
ID card number
•
Transaction type (in this case, IN)
•
Date and the time of clocking in.
NOTE
The operator can enable or disable the time clock from checking if there are consecutive
identical transactions.
4.1.1.2.
To clock out
1. If the green indicator light at the left of the OUT Function Key is not
yet flashing, select the OUT Function Key. The OUT green indicator
now flashes.
NOTE
If the Time Clock is currently set to Swipe and Go status, the green light is not lit.
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2. Slide your valid Employee ID card through the Card Reader. The
Display Screen displays a message confirming that you have
successfully clocked out.
Figure 4-3:Clock Out Confirmation Screen
4.1.2.
Temporarily Changing the In/Out Status
An employee may need to perform a clock in or clock out transaction that is
different from the current status of the time clock. InTagral™ Plus indicates
current In/Out status by blinking the green LED indicator light adjacent to
the IN and OUT keys.
4.1.2.1.
To temporarily alter the Time Clock's In or Out
status
From face of the InTagral™ Plus clock, select the IN or OUT function key.
The time clock is now operating in the IN or OUT status according to which
function key you selected.
NOTE
The default status of the time clock, or the time ranges for which the clock is in IN mode and
OUT mode, is set using the Host PC. For further information, refer to the "ClockComm
Communication Module User guide".
4.1.3.
Entering and Exiting Projects (OnTime Pro
Extra only)
Building projects using the OnTime Pro Extra, and loading them to an
InTagral Plus time clock, enables employees to associate an IN and OUT
transaction with a specific project. This makes it possible for the organization
to keep track of the amount of time invested in each project by every
employee, as well as total amount of time worked on each project.
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4.1.3.1.
Entering a project
Before starting work on a specific project, employee must do the following:
1
Press the Functional Key (F1/F2) that was defined using the
ClockComm application's Key Mapping function (see Chapter 5 Parameters in the ClockComm User Manual) to present the available
projects list. The following clock screen appears:
2
Swipe ID card. The following clock screen appears, displaying the list
of available projects:
NOTES
• The displayed project list includes both Global projects, and projects that are associated with this
specific employee
• The "+" sign to the right of a project indicates this employee's currently active project (appears
only when this employee is registered as currently working on the marked project)
3
Navigate in the project list using the clock's arrow keys
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4
Select required project (Sub-Projects and Missions are available only
when using the OnTime Pro Extra application) by pressing the clock's
ENT key
NOTE
It is also possible to select the required project by entering the numerical ID code (up to 4
digits) that was defined during the creation of the project.
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6
If the Reference Number option is enabled in the selected project (see
paragraph 8.3.2. Add, Delete or Edit Projects in the OnTime
Pro/OnTime Pro Extra User Manual), the following screen appears,
asking employee to enter the relevant reference number:
7
Enter relevant reference number
8
Employee is now registered as working on the selected project
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4.1.3.2.
Exiting a project
To exit a project do one of the following (choose appropriate exit method
according to relevant situation, as described below):
•
Exit a project without assigning employee to different project:
Press the Functional Key (F1/F2) that was defined using the
ClockComm application's Key Mapping function to present the
available projects list. Then press the OUT key.
•
Enter a new project automatically (exits employee from
current project): Repeat steps 1 to 8 in paragraph 4.1.3 above.
•
Exit a project at the end of the workday: Perform an OUT
transaction.
Upon exiting a project in which the Quantity option is enabled (see
paragraph 8.3.2. Add, Delete or Edit Projects in the OnTime Pro/OnTime Pro
Extra User Manual), the following screen appears, asking employee to enter
the number of items produced on the time worked on that project:
Enter quantity produced, then press the ENT button.
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4.2.
THE EMPLOYEE MENU
Employees, like Supervisors, have functions they can perform in addition to
clocking in and clocking out. Employees access the Employee Options menu
to select the function they want to perform
4.2.1.
To access the Employee Options Menu
1. Select [F1] Function Key at the right side of the clock face. The
Employee Options menu is displayed.
Figure 4-4:Employee Options Menu– Authorization Request Screen
2. Slide your Employee ID card through the Card Reader. The Options
menu is displayed.
Figure 4-5:Employee Options Menu Screen
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4.2.2.
Missing Punches
The Missing Punches option displays a list of the Employee's missing punches
for that day. A 'Missing Punch' occurs any time an Employee clocks in
without performing a corresponding clock out process. A Missing Punch
creates a situation where the clock has an incomplete record of the
Employee's attendance.
NOTE
The Missing Punch list displays information relevant only to the specific Employee ID
requesting the information.
4.2.3.
In/Out List
The In/Out List option shows the Employee the record of the last few In and
Out transactions carried out by the employee. The list is presented in
reverse order, with the most recent transaction at the top of the list. The
In/Out list includes the date, time and type of transaction (In or Out).
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4.3.
THE SUPERVISOR MENU
This section describes the operation and maintenance functions that a
Supervisors performs using the Supervisor Menu.
NOTE
For further information about the supervisor Configuration capabilities and duties when
setting up the time clock, see Chapter 3.
Figure 4-6 Illustrates the Supervisor Menu tree.
InTagralTM Plus
Root Normal
Display Screen
Superior Menu
Who Is In?
Clock Setup
Reset Clock
Communicatio
n Setup
Badge Identify
Fingerprint ID
Date
Direct
Add New/
Update
Time
Modem
Delete
DST w
TCP
Test
DST s
RS-485
Calibrate
Sensor
Baud
Delete All
Erase Clock
Data
Query Server
Figure 4-6:Supervisor Menu Tree
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4.3.1.
To view the Supervisor Menu
1. Slide an ID card previously designated as a Supervisor Card through
the Card Reader. The Supervisor menu is displayed.
Figure 4-7:Supervisor Menu Screen
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4.3.2.
Who is in?
The Who is in? function is an on-demand feature with which a Supervisor
can determine which Employees are currently listed by the system as being
present at the organization.
TO DETERMINE WHICH EMPLOYEES ARE CURRENTLY PRESENT AT THE
ORGANIZATION:
1. Slide a designated Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the
bottom of the clock. The Supervisor Menu is displayed (see Figure
4-7).
2. Click 1. The Display Screen displays a table of the ID Card numbers of
the currently present Employees and the time they entered the
organization's premises.
Figure 4-8:Who Is In Table Screen
NOTE
Only those Employees who have not slid their cards through the Card Reader to indicate that
they are leaving the your organization's appear in Who Is In list.
4.3.3.
Clock Setup
The Clock Setup menu allows the operator to set the date and time
configuration of the InTagralTM Plus clock. For detailed information on setting
the date and time configuration, see Paragraph 3.5.
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4.3.4.
Reset Clock
The Reset Clock option allows you to reset of the time clock's internal clock
software. This can prove useful if for any reason clock processing becomes
suspended.
4.3.4.1.
To reset the InTagral™ Plus internal software:
1. Slide a Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the bottom of the
clock. The Supervisor Menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
2. Click 3. The Display Screen goes blank, and the clock sounds a short,
high-pitched sound to indicate that it is restarting. The word 'WAIT'
displays on the screen for a short moment, followed by the Normal
Display screen. The time clock is now reset.
IMPORTANT
In the event that you encounter a processing halt such that the Time Clock does not respond
when you slide the Supervisor Card through the Card Reader, you may have to perform a
Warm System Restart.
4.3.4.2.
Performing A Warm Restart of the Time Clock
To execute a Warm System Restart, perform the following:
1. Press and hold down the Up Arrow [
]+[6]+[ENT], and then
release them together. The time clock restarts at the Main Menu.
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4.3.5.
Comm. Setup
The Communication Method menu allows the operator to set the
communication method to one of the following:
•
Direct Method – Sets communication through a direct RS-232 cable
(see Paragraph 3.3.2 for configuration process).
•
Modem Method – Sets communication
Paragraph 3.3.3 for configuration process).
•
TCP Method – Sets communication through LAN (see Paragraph
3.3.4 for configuration process).
•
RS-485 Method – Sets communication through RS-485 cable (see
Paragraph3.3.5 for configuration process).
•
Baud – Sets the communication Baud rate. When setting the clock,
the device matches an optimal Baud rate automatically (see Paragraph
3.3.6 for configuration process).
•
Query Server – The InTagral™ Plus has the ability to communicate
with a query server for online queries such as employee online
permissions (see Paragraph 3.3.7 for configuration process).
through
modem
(see
For detailed information about setting the communication method, see
Paragraph 3.3.
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4.3.6.
Badge Identify
The Badge Identify option gives a Supervisor the ability to determine and
display the ID number of any card valid for the time clock system. This
option is quite useful for those cards that do not have the Employee
identification number readily visible on the card.
4.3.6.1.
To identify the ID number of any valid ID Card:
1. Slide a Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the bottom of the
clock. The Supervisor Menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
2. Click 5 to select the Badge Identify option. The Display Screen
displays the following request:
Figure 4-9:Badge Identify Authorization Request Screen
3. Slide the card you would like to identify through the Card Reader. The
card's unique identification number is displayed on the Display Screen.
Figure 4-10:Badge Identify Screen
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4.3.7.
Fingerprint ID
The InTagral™ Plus clock has an optional Fingerprint reader.
If the time clock is equipped with a Fingerprint ID, Supervisor operator can
enable or disable the Fingerprint function.
NOTE
The default setup of the Fingerprint ID is inoperative.
For further and detailed information about activating the Fingerprint ID
function and adding employee fingerprint records, see Paragraph 3.6.
4.3.7.1.
Clocking IN with Fingerprint ID Reader
When activating the Fingerprint ID Reader, there are two options for clocking
IN:
•
One to One – When setting the InTagral™ Plus to One to One mode,
the clock requires both card read and fingerprint ID. The following
screen is displayed as the Normal Display:
Figure 4-11:One to One Main Screen
The clock reads the card, and then requests for a fingerprint. Then it
compares the fingerprint with the employee fingerprint records
searching for a match.
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•
One to Many – When setting the InTagral™ Plus to One to Many
mode, the clock requires fingerprint ID only. The following screen is
displayed as the Normal Display:
Figure 4-12:One to Many Main Screen
The clocks compares the fingerprint to the entire fingerprint records in its
memory.
NOTE
When set to One to Many mode, the InTagral™ can still perform a One to One compare of
card and fingerprint. When given a card ID, the clock query for a fingerprint as well, and then
perform both comparisons – One to One and One to Many.
4.3.7.2.
Adding a Fingerprint Image – Enrollment
If your time clock is configured with a Fingerprint Reader, you must enter a
Fingerprint image for all employees who will be using the time clock. This
process is called enrollment. Fingerprint images are stored in the memory of
the time clock itself.
When enrolling a new employee/supervisor in the system, the clock must
correspond the fingerprint with an ID card/PIN number. For that purpose,
before entering a fingerprint, the new employee will be asked to either swipe
their card or enter their PIN number.
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4.3.7.3.
To add a new Employee fingerprint image to the
time clock's memory:
1. From the ClockComm application running on the Host PC, click the
Configure button. The ClockComm main window is displayed.
2. Click the Clock Options folder tab. The Clock Options folder opens.
Verify that the Use Finger Print checkbox is activated.
NOTE
For further information refer to the "ClockComm Communications Module User guide,"
in the section describing the use of the Clock Options tab.
3. From the time clock, slide the Supervisor Card through the Card
Reader. The Supervisor menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
4. Click 6 to select the Fingerprint ID option. The Fingerprint Options
menu is displayed.
Figure 4-13:Fingerprint options Menu Screen
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5. Click 1 to select the Add new/Update option. The Add Fingerprint
menu is displayed.
Figure 4-14:Add Fingerprint Screen
6. Slide an Employee ID card through the Card Reader for the Employee
for whom you are adding a Fingerprint Record. The following message
is displayed:
Figure 4-15:Add Fingerprint Edit Screen – Put Finger
If there is already a fingerprint that matches the employee card, the
following screen is displayed:
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Figure 4-16:Add Fingerprint Edit Screen – Put Another Finger
NOTE
The InTagral™ Plus does not allow more than 5 fingerprint records per employee.
Micronet Ltd. strongly recommend use of two fingerprint records per employee.
7. The Employee now places the top of the thumb or index finger over
the fingerprint reader on the time clock. After a few seconds, the time
clock beeps to indicate that a new fingerprint has been successfully
added to the time clock memory, and displays the quality of the scan
in percentages.
NOTE
Micronet recommends using fingerprint scans that are at least 80% in quality.
8. If the additional fingerprint mode is enabled, the enrollment process
described in step 7 is repeated with the second finger.
In order to ensure that the new Employee record has been enrolled properly,
perform a test of the enrollment process.
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4.3.7.4.
Testing the Accuracy of the Enrollment
To test the operations of the Employee fingerprint recognition process,
perform the following:
1. Perform Steps 1 and 2 as described in the Add Employee Fingerprint
image process above.
2. Click 3 in the Fingerprint Options menu to select the Test option.
The Test Fingerprint menu is displayed.
Figure 4-17:Test Fingerprint Menu Screen
3. Slide the ID card of the Employee that you want to test through the
Card Reader. The following message is displayed:
Figure 4-18:Test Fingerprint Verification Request
4. The Employee now places the top of his or her thumb or index figure
over the fingerprint reader on the time clock. The Fingerprint Reader
checks to see that the current image of the Employee's finger matches
the image stored in the time clock's memory.
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5. Depending on the accuracy of the match, the time clock displays one
of two resulting messages:
•
Fingerprint match – The Fingerprint test was successful, and there
is no need to re-enter the Employee's Fingerprint image.
Fingerprint not match – The Fingerprint test failed. The image was
recorded improperly, and the Employee must re-enroll, as described
above in Paragraph 4.3.7.1.
If the Fingerprint Test failed, the Employee re-enters the Fingerprint
image, taking care to correct the entry process in accordance with the
error message he or she received. The Employee repeats the
Fingerprint enter-and-test process until the Fingerprint test is
successful.
•
From now on, each time the employee clocks in or out, he or she first slides
the Employee ID card through the Card Reader and then places the
appropriate finger over the Fingerprint Reader for authorization.
NOTE
Employees must always place that same finger over the Fingerprint Reader in order for the
time clock to authorize their entry.
4.3.7.5.
Deleting a Fingerprint Image
To delete an Employee fingerprint image from the time clock's memory,
perform the following:
1. From the Host PC, connect to the time clock and go to the Clock
Options tab to verify that the Use Finger Print checkbox is activated.
2. From the time clock, slide the Supervisor Card through the Card
Reader. The Supervisor menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
3. Click 6 to select the Fingerprint ID option. The Fingerprint Options
menu is displayed (see Figure 4-13).
4. Click 2 to select the Delete option. The Delete Fingerprint screen is
displayed.
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Figure 4-19:Delete Fingerprint Screen
5. Slide the ID card for which you wish to remove the Fingerprint record.
The record is erased from the time clock memory.
4.3.7.6.
Delete All Fingerprints
To delete all fingerprints from the memory, perform the following:
1. From the time clock, slide the Supervisor Card through the Card
Reader. The Supervisor menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
2. Click 6 to select the Fingerprint ID option. The Fingerprint Options
menu is displayed (see Figure 4-13).
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3. Click 5 to select the Delete all option. The Delete All Fingerprint
screen is displayed.
Figure 4-20:Delete All Screen
4. Enter the password and press [ENT].
NOTE
Each day there is a new password. The password is the date written from right to left in an
MMDD format. For example, if today is November 16th(1611), the password will be 1161.
After successfully deleting all fingerprints, an “All Fingerprints Deleted”
message is displayed.
Figure 4-21:All Fingerprints deleted Confirmation Screen
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4.3.7.7.
Calibrate Sensor
To calibrate the sensor, perform the following:
1. From the time clock, slide the Supervisor Card through the Card
Reader. The Supervisor menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
2. Click 6 to select the Fingerprint ID option. The Fingerprint Options
menu is displayed (see Figure 4-13).
3. Click 4 to select the Calibrate sensor option. The Calibrate Sensor
screen is displayed.
Figure 4-22:Calibrate Sensor Screen
4. Enter the password and press [ENT].
NOTE
Each day there is a new password. The password is the date written from right to left in an
MMDD format. For example, if today is November 16th(1611), the password will be 1161.
5. After two dual bleeps, the clock will approve calibration.
Figure 4-23:Calibrate Sensor Confirmation Screen
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4.3.8.
Erase Clock Data
The Erase Clock Data option erases all data and settings that are currently
stored in the InTagral™ Plus Time Clock.
CAUTION
USE GREAT CAUTION IN PERFORMING THIS TASK. ONLY THE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR AT YOUR ORGANIZATION
SHOULD BE AUTHORIZED TO PERFORM THIS FUNCTION.
YOU MUST BE CERTAIN THAT YOU HAVE PROPERLY BACKED UP ALL CLOCK DATA BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT THIS
OPERATION.
FOR FORTHER INFORMATION ABOUT BACKING UP DATA REFER TOTHE "CLOCKCOMM COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE USER GUIDE".
4.3.8.1.
To erase all system data
1. Slide a Supervisor Card through the Card Reader at the bottom of the
clock. The Supervisor Menu is displayed (see Figure 4-7).
2. Click 7 to select the Erase Clock Data option. If the clock data has not
been backed-up yet, the following screen is displayed:
Figure 4-24:PC Backup Reminder Screen
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Otherwise, the Display Screen displays the following request:
Figure 4-25:Erase All Data Request Screen
3. The screen default is ‘NO’. Use the arrows to mark ‘YES’. Press
[ENT] to complete the erasing process.
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Chapter 5
APPENDIXES
5.1.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Following are the Hardware and Software specifications of the InTagral™ Plus
system.
Operating System: Windows 98 or later.
Main memory: 32 MB minimum.
Hard disk: 5 MB minimum free space.
Table 5-1:
InTagral™ Plus Basic Configuration and Options
BASIC CONFIGURATION
BUILT IN OPTIONS
ADD-ON OPTIONS
O/S: DOS
CPU: Intel 386EX
Development Environment
and tools
Borland C 3.1
System and Application
Memory
Additional RAM:2 MB
Flash Disk on chip:16 MB
RAM 1MB
Flash 1MB
Graphic Display
128x64 Graphic LCD, FSTN
technology
at contrast ratio of 7:1,
Variable font size
8 lines of 21 characters, LED
backlight
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Table 5-1:
InTagral™ Plus Basic Configuration and Options
BASIC CONFIGURATION
BUILT IN OPTIONS
ADD-ON OPTIONS
Keyboard
10 numeric keys, 10
functional keys,
tactile feedback technology
Magnetic track II
Dedicated additional slot
reader support:
Barcode
Magnetic reader
Proximity EM
Barcode reader
Slot reader support
Proximity Reader
Biometrics
Fingerprint
Alert Indications
3 colored LED’s
Buzzer
Communication
Serial Communication Ports
2 RS232 Communication ports
including
1 pair of HW hand-shake
control signals
Relay
-
1 RS485 port ,
Ethernet card for
TCP\IP 10Mbps
1 relay for door/Bell
connection
Power
12VDC
Rechargeable backup
batteries pack
Lithium battery for memory &
RTC backup
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Table 5-2:
InTagral™ Plus Characteristics and Specification
FEATURE
SPECIFICATIONS
Standard accessory kit
• -Clock wall cradle
(included with Basic
configuration model)
• -Opening key
• -Power supply
• -9 pin RS232 cable for use with PC
• -Clock communication software
• -Installation and user manual (PDF)
Environment
Operating: -0ºC +50ºC (-32ºF + 122ºF)
Storage: -10ºC +70ºC (-42ºF + 158ºF)
Physical Dimensions
• Length: 177mm/6.9”
• Width:
150mm/5.9”
• Depth:
64mm/2.5”
• Weight: 500gr./17.6Oz. (basic configuration)
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5.2.
ERROR MESSAGES
The following is a table of error messages generated by InTagral™ Plus when a
card is read incorrectly.
MESSAGE
EXPLANATION
Invalid Card
The card is not valid for some reason, such as an invalid
badge number.
Rejected
Two consecutive In or Out transactions from the same
card. This message appears in the case where the
Consecutive Identical Transactions field is not
selected. The Consecutive Identical Transactions field
appears in the Card Definition tab of the ClockComm
application Configuration window running on the Host PC.
For more information, see the "ClockComm
Communication Module User guide".
No
Authorization
• The card swiped is not included in the authorized
list for this clock
• For a clock with a door-opening relay –this card is
not authorized, i.e. it does not appear in the
Authorization Table.
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InTagral™ Plus
Time & Attendance Clock
5.3.
KEYPAD FUNCTION KEY SETTINGS
The numerical digit keys on the Keypad are been preset to provide direct
shortcuts to specific functions and options. Default settings can be reset by the
System Administrator according to your organization’s needs.
Listed below are the default Function Key settings.
KEY
FUNCTION
ACCESS
F1
Option Menu 1
Opens the standard Option
Menu
F2
Option Menu 2 (if selected)
Displays a list of active
project for the employee
selection.
Any Employee
1
Missing Punches
(individual)
Any Employee
2
IN / OUT list (individual)
Any Employee
3
Open Door
Any Employee
4
Who is in? (entire
organization)
Only from the Supervisor
Menu
5
Clock setup
Only from the Supervisor
Menu
6
[Unassigned]
Authorized personnel only
7
[Unassigned]
Any Employee
8
[Unassigned]
Any Employee
9
[Unassigned]
Any Employee
0
DOS shell
Supervisor (programmer)
ENT
Confirmation
Any Employee
CLR
Back to main screen
Any Employee
NOTE
Projects can be assigned to the F2 Function Keys. Consult your distributor if you would like to
assign Function Keys according to your specific needs.
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5.4.
DOOR OPENING MECHANISM
The InTagral™ clock is capable of electrically control an electric door lock. The
InTagral™ clock incorporates a 2-pin connector located on the unit backside (see
the figure below). The left side pin must be wired to a third party power supply
(not supplied). The right side pin must be wired to a third party door solenoid
(not supplied). The nominal power supply voltage is 12V/2A or 24V/1A DC.
Power
supply
voltage
and
current
rating
must
comply
with
the
load
requirements. The Power supply polarity must be connected according the door
solenoid polarity. The following is an example for a door lock connection.
Figure 5-1:Door Opening Mechanism Diagram
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InTagral™ Plus
Time & Attendance Clock
5.5.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ABNORMAL CONDITION
SHOULD THE INTAGRAL™ CLOCK
BECOME HOT OR START TO EMIT SMOKE OR A STRANGE ODOR, IMMEDIATELY TURN
OFF THE POWER AND CONTACT YOUR ORIGINAL DEALER OR AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDER.
CONTINUED USE
CREATES THE DANGER OF FIRE ELECTRIC SHOCK.
CATION
BACKUP BATTERY: INCORRECT REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY CAN CAUSE EXPLOSION. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR
EQUIVALENT TYPE OF BATTERY RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO
THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
(REFERS TO NICAD & LITHIUM BATTERIES WHERE APPLICABLE)
POWER SUPPLY
• Any power supply which be used by the user must be "CE" certified and limited power source,
in order to keep the compliance of the whole system.
• Do not use other power supply than the specified rating. Doing so creates the danger of fire
and electric shock.
• Keep the power cable away from sources of extreme heat. Heat can melt the covering of the
power cable and create the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Never twist, sharply bend, or pull on the power cable. Doing so can creates the danger of fire
and electric shock.
LCD SCREEN
• Never apply strong selecture to the screen or object it to strong impact. Doing so can crack the
screen or LCD panel glass, which can cause the danger of personal injury.
• Should the LCD panel glass break, never touch the liquid inside. Doing so can cause skin
inflammation.
• Should liquid from the LCD panel accidentally get into your mouth, immediately wash your
mouth with water and then consult a physician.
• Should liquid from the LCD panel accidentally get into your eyes or onto your skin,
immediately rinse for at least 15 minutes with clean tap water and then consult a physician.
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5.6.
INTAGRAL LIGHT\PLUS EXTERNAL READER
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The following instructions are intended for Magnetic\Barcode and RF readers.
IMPORTANT
1. Please read with consideration all of the instructions before starting the installation.
2. Micronet will not be responsible for malfunctions or damage to equipment or people,
resulting from installation done not according to following instructions
The following table displays a list of items included in the external reader set:
PTION
COMMENTS
DESCRI ITEM PICTURE
Table 5-3:
External Reader Set Items Table
Item No 1
Item No 2
A
J1
Reader back
side
(Inside view)
Reader front
side
(Inside view)
Item No 3
Item No 4
Item No 5
External
reader – clock
cable
4 screws to be
plug to the
reader box
Front label
The item in
the picture is
RFID reader
but the sketch
is good also
for magnetic
/barcode
readers
The item in
the picture
belongs to
RFID, there
are similar
labels for
magnetic /
barcode
readers
MAKE SURE YOUR SET HAS ALL ITEMS IN IT
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InTagral™ Plus
Time & Attendance Clock
5.6.1.
Visible Installation
For visible installation, perform the following:
1. In this installation the cable that connects the external reader to the clock
unit is visible.
2. Mark 4 holes, supposed to be drilled, with the help of the Reader back
side (Item No 1)
3. Hang the reader back side on the wall with the screws (not supplied in the
existing Set)
NOTE
The external reader has one way closing, therefore it is recommended to set slot “A” downwards.
4. Connect the cable (Item No 3) to J1 connector on the main board (look
Item No 2)
a. Tie the cable (Item No 3) to slot “A” that exist in the box parietal
b. Tie both sides of the reader with the help of the 4 screws (Item No 4)
5. Connect the cable to the connector circled in Picture 1.
6. Disconnect the communication cables from the clock (do not disconnect
the power supply). Make sure the clock does not show the message
‘Wait’, then reset the clock (see Paragraph 3.5) in order to activate the
external reader option.
7. Check the external reader functionality by swiping several suitable cards.
8. Connect the communication cables to the clock and hang it back on its
cradle.
9. When the external reader functions, attach the label to the front side of
the reader (Item No 5), notice that the description on the label is not
reverse. Be careful, Label should be detached and may be destroyed to
open the reader box again.
10. Tie the cable to the wall to avoid unnecessary swings.
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5.6.2.
Invisible Installation
For invisible installation, perform the following:
1. In this installation the cable that connects the clock with the external
reader is invisible.
2. Mark 4 holes, supposed to be drilled, with the help of the Reader back
side (Item No 1). Mark the centered bore, through this bore the cable will
pass from the wall.
3. Channel the external reader cable (Item No 3) through the wall; make
sure the cable edge (both edges are identical) prominent from the wall in
the exact cable entrance point that was made (see Paragraph 2
aforementioned).
Continue as described in Paragraph 5.6.1 (exclude step 4a)
5.6.3.
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Important notes about the installation
•
The clock and the external reader stand CE & FCC regulation and as is
defined INDOOR only!
•
The maximum cable length allowed, is 2 meters.
•
Incase it is RFID reader, it is recommended to install the reader 25
centimeter far from the clock radius to avoid mutual distractions between
the readers.
(Rev. 1.0 / November 2005)
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