US10 Series User Manual

US10 Series User Manual
US10 Series User Manual
Version: 1.0
Date: Nov. 2010
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About this Manual:
This manual mainly introduces the interface and menu operations of US10 series
device. About the installation instructions and the wiring method please refer to
the installation guide.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Instruction for Use .................................................................. 1
2. Device Appearance ................................................................. 2
3. User Management ................................................................... 3
3.1 Administrator Enrollment.................................................................3
3.3 User Enrollment .............................................................................. 5
3.3.1 Card Enrollment...................................................................5
3.3.2 Password Enrollment........................................................... 6
3.4 Delete User ..................................................................................... 7
3.5 Verification Mode ............................................................................ 9
3.5.1 Card Verification ..................................................................9
3.5.2 Password Verification .......................................................... 9
3.6 Browse Attendance Records......................................................... 10
4. Device Settings ..................................................................... 13
4.1 System Options............................................................................. 13
4.1.1 Date and Time Setting ....................................................... 14
4.1.2 Language Setting .............................................................. 14
4.1.3 Format Setting ................................................................... 14
4.1.4 DLST Setting ..................................................................... 15
4.1.5 Advanced Setting............................................................... 17
4.2 Power Setting................................................................................ 19
4.2.1 Power Setting .................................................................... 19
4.2.2 Scheduled Bell ★ .............................................................. 20
4.2.3 Scheduled State Switch ..................................................... 22
4.3 Communication Setting................................................................. 24
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4.4 Log Options .................................................................................. 26
4.5 Auto Test ....................................................................................... 26
5. U disk Management .............................................................. 28
5.1 Download Attlog ............................................................................ 28
5.2 Download User Data..................................................................... 28
5.3 Upload User Data ......................................................................... 29
6. System Information .............................................................. 30
Appendix 1 Other Functions.................................................... 31
Appendix 2 Environment-Friendly Use Description ............. 33
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1. Instruction for Use

Our products are subject to update from time to time, so our company
will neither make a commitment to guarantee the consistency between
the actual products and this document, nor assume any responsibility
for any dispute arising out of the discrepancy between the actual
technical parameters and this manual. This document is subject to
change without prior notice.
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If you need it, please contact our business representative or technical
support.
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product. The real product prevails.
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2. Device Appearance
Front View:
LED Indicator
Screen
Card Reader
Keyboard
Speaker
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LED Indicator: In normal state, the green LED blinks once every
second. If the verification is success, the green indicator is solid on
for three seconds. If the verification is fail, the red indicator is solid
on for three seconds.
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Speaker: Used to play the beep sound and voice prompts.

Screen: Display the time and word information, used for user to
get the operation prompt.
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Card Reader: Used to enroll or verify user identity.
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Keyboard: Used to input the number or execute the menu
operation.
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3. User Management
If no administrator has been enrolled in the device, everyone can enroll a
new user. If there is an administrator in the system, you should be allowed by
an administrator to enroll a new user.
The device can enroll two kinds of user: ordinary user and administrator. And
the device provides two type of verification mode for the user, such as the
password and the card verification.
Administrator affirmation: Press MENU button, the device prompt
[Admin Affirm], input the administrator ID and press OK button, swipe the
administrator card or input the password according the screen prompt.
 Note: If there is no administrator in the device, the user can enter the
menu without administrator affirmation.
3.1 Administrator Enrollment
To avoid the unauthorized person to change the setting or damage the data
of the device, the device provide the function to set administrator. There are
the following four privilege levels: user, enroller, administrator, super
administrator (supervisor).
 Users are people whose identity must be verified, such to gain access to
a facility or to have their attendance recorded.
 Enrollers are users who are authorized to enroll new users or delete from
the system.
 Administrator can do other operations, except set advanced option and
enroll supervisor’s privilege.
 Supervisors are users who access to all functions and change all
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settings in the system.
 Note: If there is no administrator and supervisor in the system, the enroller
can enroll them. And if there isn’t a supervisor in the system, the administrator can
enroll him. Only if there is a supervisor enrolled, the lower privilege user can not
enroll the higher privilege administrator.
The administrator enrollment operations are as follows:
1) There is no administrator in the device by
factory default. Press MENU button to enter the
menu of the device, and the interface as the
figure.
2) Press OK button, enter the user management
interface:
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
User Manage
► Enroll User
Enroll Admin
Delete
3) Using “▲/▼” to select [Enroll Admin].
User Manage
User Enroll
► Enroll Admin
Delete
4) Press OK button, enter the administrator
Enroll Admin
► Enroll
Enroll PWD
enrollment interface.
5) You can select a favor way to enroll an
administrator,
press
OK
to
enter
the
administrator authorization interface. Select the
Admin Accredit
Supervisor
ESC
OK
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administrator privilege and enter the user enrollment operation. More detail
please refers 3.3 User Enrollment.
3.3 User Enrollment
 Note: The device provides two type of information for the user to enroll,
such as the password enrollment and the card enrollment, and one user can
enroll only one of them.
3.3.1 Card Enrollment
1) Enter the Enroll User interface from MENU ->
User Management, select [Enroll] and enter the
card enrollment interface.
2) Press OK, and enter the next step.
Enroll User
►Enroll
Enroll Pwd
New Enroll
User ID
ESC
00010
OK
3) The device assigned a smallest idle user ID
automatically, if you need to modify it, please
input the desired ID (1-65534) through the
keyboard. Press OK to confirm and enter the
next step.
4) Slide the card through the card slot follow the
prompt, the device read out the card number and
display on the screen:
New Enroll
Brush Card
User ID 00010
ESC
OK
New Enroll
CARD: 0473200009
User ID 00010
ESC
OK
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5) Press OK to enter the confirm interface:
New Enroll
000010-C
ESC
6) Press OK to save the data and complete the
enrollment process.
OK (Save)
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you need to enroll another user, press OK to continue.
 Note: “00010-C”: The last letter “C” means ID card enrollment.
3.3.2 Password Enrollment
1) Enter the Enroll User interface from MENU ->
User Management, select [Enroll Pwd] and
enter the password enrollment interface.
2) Press OK and enter the next step.
Enroll User
Enroll
►Enroll Pwd
New Enroll
User ID 00006
ESC
OK
3) The device assigned a smallest idle user ID
automatically, if you need to modify it, please
input the desired ID (1-65534) through the
keyboard. Press OK to confirm and enter the
New Enroll
Input Pwd _____
ESC
OK
next step.
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4) Input the password through the keyboard,
press OK button to enter the next step.
5) Input the same password another time, and
press OK to confirm, enter the next step.
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New Enroll
Input Pwd *****
Pwd Affirm _____
New Enroll
00006-P
ESC
6) Press OK to save the data and complete the
enrollment process.
OK (Save)
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
If you need to enroll another user, press OK to continue.
 Note: “00006-P”: The last letter “P” means password enrollment.
3.4 Delete User
If you want to delete an enrolled user, take the following steps.
1) Press the MENU button, and then verify your
identity if an administrator is enrolled, and the
interface is as the right figure.
2) Press OK button, enter the user management
interface.
Menu
►User Manage
Options
PenDrive Mng
User Manage
►User Enroll
Enroll Admin
Delete
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3) Using “▲/▼” button to select [Delete] option.
4) Press OK button, enter the process to delete
the enrolled user.
User Manage
User Enroll
Enroll Admin
►Delete
Delete
User ID 00008
ESC
OK
5) The device display the smallest user ID
automatically, if you need to modify it, input the
desired ID through the keyboard. Press OK to
confirm and enter the next step.
If the user has enrolled the card, the interface is
Cancel Card
00008-C
ESC
OK
as the right figure.
If the user has enrolled the password, the
interface is as the right figure.
Del Password
00009-P
ESC
6) Press OK to confirm the deletion of card (or
password). The device will prompt if you want to
OK
Del User
00008
delete the user.
ESC
7) Press OK to confirm the user deletion.
Del User
Delete ?
ESC
OK
OK
8) Press OK to confirm again and return to the previous interface.
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3.5 Verification Mode
3.5.1 Card Verification
If you have enrolled the card number in the
device, just need to slide the card through the
card slot by the proper way. After the voice
[Thank You] being heard, the verification is
Verify
CARD: 0473200009
User ID 00001
Verified!
success, and the information displays on the
screen.
3.5.2 Password Verification
1) In the initial interface of the device, input the
user ID, it will display on the screen.
Pwd Affirm
User ID 00008
ESC
OK
2) Press OK to confirm, the screen prompt to
input the user password.
Pwd Affirm
User ID 00008
Inoput Pwd _____
3) Input the correct password, and press OK to
confirm, the prompt [Verified] means verification
success.
4) The prompt [Error Pwd] means verification
failed.
Pwd Affirm
User ID 00008
Verified
Pwd Affirm
Error Pwd
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3.6 Browse Attendance Records
This device supports a new function to browse the user’s attendance records
on the device, and need not to connect the device with the PC.
1. Inquire methods:
The device supports two methods to inquire the records:
1) Enter MENU -> User Management -> Browse AttLogs, input an enrolled
user ID that you want to inquire, press OK to search the user’s attendance
records whose ID is appointed.
2) After user verification succeeds, before the interface restore to the initial
interface, press MENU to inquire this user’s attendance record.
For
example,
query
the
attendance
records which user ID is 00014:
00014 2010-11
1/23
27 08:30 12:10 13:20
18:08
26 08:46 12:15 13:25
18:23 18:55 22:20
25 08:53 12:07 13:19
18:23
2. The way to browse attendance records
The attendance records display according to record time from newly to old,
while browse the record, you can use the following key to operate:
Key
Function explain
▲
Display the previous page of content
▼
Display the next page of content
1
Move a rank to left for displaying content
3
Move a rank to right for displaying content
OK
Restore the displaying information to the original position
2
Move a line up for displaying content
5
Move a line down for displaying content
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Switch the displaying mode
of the compact form with
complete form records.
For
example,
the
right
figures are the compact
form,
and
corresponding
the
complete
form figure, which user ID is
00014.
Compact
form:
It
can
display enough information
on the screen.
00014
00014
00014
00014
00014
05-27
05-27
05-27
05-27
05-26
1/23
08:30:21I
12:10:09I
12:20:52I
18:08:01I
08:46:55I
The compact form
00014 2010-11
1/23
27 08:30 12:10 13:20
18:08
26 08:46 12:15 13:25
18:23 18:55 22:20
25 08:53 12:07 13:19
The complete form
Completes form: It can
display
the
integrity
information on the screen.
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Alter the big font and the
small font record displaying
mode, like as the right
figure. Take user 00014 as
an example. Alter from the
small to the big font.
27 08:30 12:10
13:20 18:08
26 08:46 12:15
13:25 18:23
18:55 22:20
Small font
00014 2006-5
1/23
27 08:30 12:10 13:20
18:08
26 08:46 12:15 13:25
18:23 18:55 22:20
25 08:53 12:07 13:19
Big font
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The latest record
0
The oldest record
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3. Print records after requiring.
When you view record on the fingerprint device, you can press OK to
print the record content displaying on the screen currently.
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4. Device Settings
Press the MENU button, and then verify your
identity if an administrator is enrolled. The menu
interface appears:
Menu
User Manage
►Options
PenDrive Mng
System Info
Select [Options], and press OK button to enter
the setting interface.
Options
►System Opt
Power Mng
Comm. Opt
▼
Log Opt
Auto Test
The device options included: System Options, Power Management
Communication Options, Log Options and Auto Test. The following is the
demonstration of these five options.
4.1 System Options
Enter the System Options menu, display the
detailed options.
System Opt
▼
►Date Time
Language ENG
Fmt YY-MM-DD
DLST
Adv Option
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4.1.1 Date and Time Setting
Set the current date and time displaying on the
initial interface.
Select [Date Time] option and press OK button,
the modification interface displays.
YYYY-MM-DD 24H
2010-6-13
9:34:29
ESC
OK
If you need to notify it, press “▲/▼” button to
locate the cursor on the item, and then input the correct date and time. After
modification, press OK to save and quit.
4.1.2 Language Setting
Set the current language displaying on the screen.
Select the language you want and press OK to
confirm.
Press ESC button, the device will prompt you to
save, press OK to save and quit.
System Opt
▼
Date Time
►Language ENG
Fmt YY-MM-DD
System Opt
Save?
ESC
If you select [English], after device restarted, the
screen will show in English.
OK (Save)
Language
Please Restart
4.1.3 Format Setting
Set the date and time format displaying on the initial interface.
Enter the Format option, press “▲/▼” key, and then select the desired date
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and time format, press OK to confirm.
There are ten formats: YY-MM-DD, YY/MM/DD, YY.MM.DD, MM-DD-YY,
MM/DD/YY, MM.DD.YY, DD-MM-YY, DD/MM/YY, DD.MM.YY, and YYYYMMDD.
Press ESC button, the device will prompt you to save, press OK to save and
quit.
For example, the YY/MM/DD format (left) change to the YY-MM-DD format
(right).
Welcome Check-In
10:12
05/14/06 Tuesday
Welcome Check-In
10:12
06-05-14 Tuesday
4.1.4 DLST Setting
DLST, also called Daylight Saving Time, is a system that prescribes the local
time setting principle in order to save energy. The unified time adopted during
the system date is called “DLST”. Usually, the time will be one hour forward in
summer. It can make people sleep early and get up early. So that to reduce
lighting and save energy. In autumn, the time will be recovered. The
regulations are different in different countries. At present, nearly 110
countries adopt DLST.
Enter the MENU -> Options -> System Option ->
DLST.
1) Press OK to enter the DLST setting interface.
Select DLST state to Y, and press OK to save. If
DLST
▼
►DLST
Y
Date Mode Mode2
Enter DLST
you select N for this parameter, cancel the DLST
function.
Standard
2) Set the date mode for DLST, there are tow options, Mode 1 and Mode 2.
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Mode 1: The default setting of the device. Its time format is shown as
“Month-day hour: minute”.
Mode 2: Its time format is shown as "Month-Weeks-week hour: minute".
After setting, press ESC button, the device will prompt you to save, press OK
to save and quit.
3) After time format setting, it needs to set the start and end time of DLST.
The allowed inputting range is 1-6 for the number of weeks (WS), if you input
1 mean the first week; input 2 means the second week, and so on. The
allowed inputting range is 0-6 for each Week (WK), if you input 0, it
represents the Sunday, and if you input 1, it represents Monday, and so on.
We take 4:00 on September 1, 2008 (that is, Saturday, the first week in
September 2008) as an example, these two models displaying as follows.
Mode 1
Mode 2
MM-DD 24H
9-1
04:00
ESC
OK
MM-WS-WK 24H
9-1-6
04:00
WK(0:Sun. 6:Sat.)
ESC
OK
 Note:
1. If the begin month of the DLST that you set is bigger than at the end of time,
which means the setting is over a year. Like this: begin at 2007-9-1 4:00 and
end at 2008-4-1 4:00.
2. If you choose Mode2, enter the DLST is: September Sunday, the sixth
week of the month, this year is 2007, then upon 2008, there is not the sixth
week of the month, only five weeks. In such circumstances, the system will
assign the corresponding time in the last Sunday of this month to DLST.
3. If it is set to enter the DLST is: September the 1st week Monday, the
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current year is 2008, and then upon 2009, the first day is Tuesday, instead of
Monday, in which case, the system will automatically find the first Monday in
this month.
4.1.5 Advanced Setting
There are the following options in the advanced option: Reset Options,
Delete AttLogs, Clear All Data, Clear Administrator Privilege, Voice Setting,
Update Firmware, Button Beep Setting, Adjust volume and Immediately Print,
as the figure below.
Adv Option
▼
►Reset Opts
Del AttLogs
Clear All Data
Clr Admin Pri
Voice
Y
Upd Firmware
Button Beep N
Adj VOL (%) L
Imdt prt
Fmt1
Scroll “▲/▼” to up or down the screen to select the option.
1. Reset Options
Restore all setup information to factory default.
2. Delete AttLogs
Delete all attendance records in the device.
3. Clear All Data
Delete all enrolled user information and attendance records.
4. Clear Administrator Privilege
Change the Administrator privilege into ordinary user.
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5. Voice Setting
Whether use the phonic prompt or not. If you set the option as Y, the device
will send a prompt sound for the operation. If you set the option as N, the
device will not send prompt sound. Only utter the beeper sound for the
operation.
6. Update Firmware
If you want to upgrade the firmware of the device, you can use the firmware
update file in the U disk to carry out the operation process.
 Caution: If you need the firmware upgrade file, please contact our
technical support. Generally the firmware upgrade is not recommended.
7. Button Beep Setting
Whether send sound hint while press key, if set the option as Y, when press
the keyboard the device will utter, if set the option as N, when press the
keyboard the device doesn’t utter.
8. Adjust Volume
Adjust the voice volume of the keyboard sound; there are three options, high,
middle and low.
9. Immediately Print
This item is set as RS232. When the user verified successfully, the device will
export signal through serial port, if the device connect with printer, it can print
the record.
 Note: This function only support serial port (RS232) printer, the parallel
interface is unavailable. The Baud rate of the device and the printer must be
the same. For more detail about the connection, please refer to the
installation guide.
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4.2 Power Setting
The device supports to set the time to shutdown, power on and sleep
automatically, set the scheduled bell and state switch and so on.
4.2.1 Power Setting
Press MENU button to enter the device menu, select Options -> Power Mng,
the following interface appears.
Power Mng
►Shutdown
PowerOn
Sleep
▼
N
N
N
Idle
SLP
Idle Min
0
Bell Delay
10
Scheduled Bell
Sch. State
Lock Power N
The device uses smart manage system, supports the time switch and idle
features, it can satisfy the user’s different demands.
1. Shutdown setting
Automatically shutdown the device follows the schedule.
Select [Shutdown] and press OK to enter the
confirm interface. Press OK to set the auto
shutdown time. After setting, press OK to save
and quit. Press ESC, the device will prompt you
Shutdown
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
to save. Press OK to save and finish the setting.
2. Power on setting
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Automatically power on the device follows the schedule. The detailed setting
is similar to the [Shutdown] setting.
3. Sleep setting
The device will enter the sleep state automatically follows the schedule, press
any key to enter working state. The detailed setting is similar to the
[Shutdown] setting.
4. Idle and idle minutes setting
These two parameters are related to each other, while the idle minute is 0,
the idle setting is invalid; while the idle minute is more than zero (unit was
minute), for example, it is one minute, if there is no operation within one
minute, the system will enter the idle state: sleep or power off.
5. Lock power button setting
If you set this option to N, you can press and hold the [Power] button in the
initial interface, the device start to count down, after three seconds, the
device will power off.
If you set this option as Y, the additional option [Power Off] is appear after
the [Lock Power] option, you can power off the device by selecting this option.
And there is no reflection when you press the Power button.
4.2.2 Scheduled Bell ★
The system supports 50 scheduled bells to set. You can set the time to ring
the bell according to actual need. When the appointed time is arriving, the
device will automatically ring the bell. When the time duration is out, the bell
will stop automatically.
Scheduled bell setting:
Bell delay setting
Enter MENU -> Options -> Power Management -> Bell Delay, press OK to
enter the edit state, input the bell delay time through the keyboard, or press
“▲/▼” to increase or decrease the delay time.
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 Note: If the scheduled bell time is not set, the bell delay setting is invalid.
Time setting for scheduled bell
1)
Enter
MENU
->
Options
->
Power
Management -> Scheduled Bell, display as the
right figure.
2) Press “▲/▼” button to select the desired time
period, press OK to enter the confirm interface.
Scheduled Bell ▼
►No.1
N
No.2
N
No.3
N
Scheduled Bell
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
3) Press OK to enter the setting interface, input
the wanted time through the keyboard, press
“▲/▼” button to select hour or minute. After
setting, press OK to save and quit.
OK
Scheduled Bell ▼
►No.1
8:30
No.2
N
No.3
N
Press “▲/▼” button to select another time period
to edit.
4) After setting, presses ESC, the device will
prompt to save. Press OK to save, otherwise
press ESC to return to the previous interface
Scheduled Bell
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
without saving.
5) If you press OK, the modification will take effect. When the appointed time
is arriving, the device will trigger the external bell to ring.
Cancel the scheduled bell
1)
Enter
MENU
->
Options
Management -> Scheduled Bell.
->
Power
Scheduled Bell ▼
►No.1
8:30
No.2
N
No.3
N
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2) Select the time period you want to cancel,
such as the No.1 time period. Press OK to enter
the confirm interface.
Scheduled Bell
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
3) Press ESC to cancel this time period and
return to the previous interface.
OK
Scheduled Bell ▼
►No.1
N
No.2
N
No.3
N
4) Press ESC, the device will prompt you to save.
Press OK to save, otherwise press ESC to return to the previous interface
without saving.
4.2.3 Scheduled State Switch
State Switch:While the device is in using, the different time period need to
record the different attendance state. There four state keys for user to set the
current attendance state. These state key are set manually, you can press
the corresponding key to select the state you want, F1 for OT-IN, F2 for
OT-OUT, F3 for Check-In, F4 for Check-Out. For convenience operation,
there is another setting option in the menu, which allows the user to set the
scheduled state switch.
Scheduled State Switch: After the user set the scheduled state switch
function in the device, when the appointed time is arriving, the attendance
state will switch automatically on the initial interface.
Scheduled state switch setting:
Time setting for scheduled state switch
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1)
Enter
MENU
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Options
->
Power
Management -> Scheduled Switch, display as
the right figure.
Sch. State
State
Check-In
ESC
OK
2) Press “▲/▼” button to select the desired
attendance state, such as OT-IN, OT-OUT,
Check-In, and Check-Out. Press OK to enter the
setting interface. We can select Check-In as an
To Check-In ▼
►No.1
N
No.2
N
No.3
N
example.
3) Select the desired time period, such as No.1
time period, press OK to enter the confirm
interface.
4) Press OK to enter the setting interface, input
the wanted time through the keyboard, press
“▲/▼” button to select hour or minute. After
setting, press OK to save and quit.
Sch. State
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
To Check-In ▼
►No.1
8:30
No.2
N
No.3
N
Press “▲/▼” button to select another time period
to edit.
5) After setting, presses ESC, the device will
prompt you to save. Press OK to save, otherwise
press ESC to return to the previous interface
To Check-In
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
without saving.
6) If you press OK, the modification will take effect. When the appointed time
is arriving, the device will switch the attendance state automatically.
Cancel the scheduled state switch
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1)
Enter
MENU
->
Options
->
Power
Management -> Scheduled Switch. Select the
attendance state you want to delete. Press OK to
enter the time setting interface.
2) Select the time period you want to delete,
press OK to enter the confirm interface.
3) Press ESC to cancel this time period and
return to the previous interface.
To Check-In ▼
►No.1
8:30
No.2
N
No.3
N
Sch. State
Set Sch. Fun?
ESC
OK
To Check-In ▼
►No.1
N
No.2
N
No.3
N
4) Press ESC, the device will prompt you to save.
Press OK to save, otherwise press ESC to return
to the previous interface without saving.
To Check-In
Save?
ESC
OK (Save)
4.3 Communication Setting
Press MENU button to enter the device menu, select Options ->
Communication Options, the following interface appears.
Comm. Opt
▼
►BaudRate 115200
Dev Num
1
Net Speed AUTO
IP Addr
NetMask
Gateway
Ethernet
RS232
COMM Key
Y
N
0
1. Baud Rate
There are five options, 9600, 19200 38400, 57600, 115200. The high baud
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rate is recommended for RS232 communication to use.
2. Device Number
Identity ID of the device, the range is 1 to 255.
3. IP address:
The default IP address is 192.168.1.201. You can change it to avoid the
conflict in the network.
4. Net speed:
The default net speed is [Auto]. There are other options such as 10M-F,
10M-H, 100M-F, 100M-H. We recommend using [Auto].
5. Net Mask:
The default Net Mask is 255.255.255.0. You can change it as you need.
6. Gateway:
The default Gateway is 192.168.1.1. You can change it as you need.
7. Ethernet:
Whether use TCP/IP protocol or not. If you use Ethernet communication,
select Y, otherwise, select N.
8. RS232:
Whether use RS232 communication or not. If you use RS232 communication,
select Y, otherwise, select N. If you want to connect the printer, also select
this item to Y.
9. Communication Key
If this parameter is 0, there is no communication key, otherwise, you need to
input the correct key in communication setting.
 Note: Be sure to restart the device after setting, so that the configuration
will take effect.
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4.4 Log Options
Press MENU button to enter the device menu,
select Options -> Log Options, the following
interface appears.
Log Opt
▼
►Alm AttLog 99
ReCheck Min 0
1. Alarm AttLog
When the remainder log capacity reached the set value, it will automatically
trigger the alarm that logs were full.
2. Recheck Minutes
Within the setting time scope (Unit: minute), if someone has verified, then the
second verification will not store in the system.
4.5 Auto Test
You can test the device by this function. When
the device is broke down, it can analyze the
cause of the fault and the device will be quickly
and easily maintained.
Press MENU button to enter the device menu,
select Options -> Auto Test, the following
interface appears.
Auto Test
▼
►Run All Test
LCD Test
Voice Test
Key Test
RTC Test
LCD Test:
The device can test the LCD display (through displaying W and E letter in
white and black background) to see whether the screen works normally.
Press OK to continue and press ESC to quit.
Voice Test:
The device can test the voice prompt through playing the voice files in the
device. You will see if the voice is complete and quality is good or not. You
can press OK to continue and press ESC to quit during testing.
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Keyboard Test:
The device can test any key (except OK and ESC) of the device to see if the
key is work normally. Press a key on the test interface to check whether the
pressed key is in accordance with that displayed on the screen. Press ESC to
quit the testing.
RTC Test:
The device can automatically test the clock to see if it works normally. Press
OK to start the testing, after testing the result will display on the screen, press
OK or ESC to return to the previous interface.
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5. U disk Management
Press MENU button to enter the device menu,
select [PenDrive Mng], the detailed items display,
such as Download AttLog, Download User and
Upload User.
PenDrive Mng
▼
►DwnLoad AttLog
DwnLoad User
UpLoad User
5.1 Download Attlog
1. Plug the U disk into the USB slot of the device.
2. Press the MENU button to enter the PenDrive Management interface,
press “▲/▼” to scroll up or down the screen to select [Download AttLog].
3. Press OK to start downloading data, after
operation finished the device prompt [Copy Data
Suc].
Copy Data Suc
4. Press ESC to return to the initial interface.
Take out the U disk and plug it into the PC USB port,there are three files,
X_attlog.dat (attendance log), X_oplog .dat (management log), and X_user
(X indicates the device ID).
 Note: If it prompts [PenDrv No Exist], please insert the U disk or
examine if the U disk is insert properly.
5.2 Download User Data
The operation is similar to [Download AttLog]. Press “▲/▼” to scroll up or
down the screen to select [Download User] in the PenDrive Management
interface. After downloading, the file user.dat (User Information) will be stored
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in the U disk.
5.3 Upload User Data
The operation is similar to [Download AttLog]. Press “▲/▼” to scroll up or
down the screen to select [Upload User] in the PenDrive Management
interface. After uploading, the file user.dat (User Information) will be
uploading to the device.
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6. System Information
Through this menu you can browse all of the
device information, enter the System Information
interface in the main menu. Press OK, the
following information appears.
It displays the User count, S Logs count,
attendance records count, the management
records count.
Sys Info
▼
►User Cnt
206
Att Log
8046
Admin Cnt
2
S Logs
263
Free Space Info
Dev Info
In the free space information item, you can
check the free space of the device.
In the device information item, you can check
the device information. Such as Users, AttLog
and S Logs capacity, other items such as Manu
Time,
Serial Num, Vendor,
Device Name,
Wireless Card, Firmware Ver, View MAC, MCU
Version, you can press OK to see the detail
information. The information displays as the
following figure.
Dev Info
▼
►Users (100) 10
AttLog (10k) 10
S Logs
4096
Manu Time
Serial Num
Vendor
Device Name
Wireless Card
Firmware Ver
View MAC
MCU Version
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Appendix 1 Other Functions
 Note: The function introduced in the appendix is optional; if you need to
use these functions, please consult our business representative or the
technical support.
1. Scheduled Bell
In many factories, the bell is used to announce the working start and end
time, and the traditional way is to ring the bell manually or use the special
electron machine. We have already embedded the scheduled bell module
into the attendance system, you can benefit from the low cost and
convenience management. There are two options in the device, the
scheduled bell and bell delay, which can perform the scheduled bell function.
The system total has 50 time periods for scheduled bell to set. According to
the actual need you can set the time to ring the bell, when the appointed time
is arrive, the device will ring the bell automatically, after the set bell delay time.
When the time duration is out, the bell will stop automatically.
Connect the electrical bell to the device; about the connection please
refer to the installation guide.
2. WIFI Function
The WiFi (short for "wireless fidelity") is a certain type of WLAN
(wireless local area network) that use the 802.11b specification.
The biggest advantage is the high speed of wireless transmission,
which is up to 11Mbps, and the effective transmission distance is long. It’s
compatible with most of the 802.11 DSSS device. IEEE 802.11b wireless
networking specification is a variant of IEEE 802.11. The maximum
bandwidth is 11 Mbps. If the signal is weak or there has interference, the
bandwidth can adjust to 5.5Mbps, 2Mbps or 1Mbps. The automatically
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bandwidth adjustment can protect the network stability and reliability
effectively.
Its main features are: high speed, high reliability, in the opening area,
communications distance is up to 305 meters, in a closed area,
communication distance is 76 to 122 meters, convenient, and network costs
are lower than the existing wired Ethernet.
Our device has also embedded the WiFi function. WiFi modules can be
built-in the device, to achieve data transmission through WIFI wireless.
For detail, please refer to the external WiFi software user manual.
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Appendix 2 Environment-Friendly Use Description
The Environment Friendly Use Period (EFUP) marked on this product refers to the
safety period of time in which the product is used under the conditions specified in the
product instructions without leakage of noxious and harmful substances.
The EFUP of this product does not cover the consumable parts that need to be replaced
on a regular basis such as batteries and so on. The EFUP of batteries is 5 years.
Names and Concentration of Toxic and Hazardous Substances or Elements
Parts Name
Toxic and Hazardous Substances or Elements
Pb
Hg
Cd
Cr6+
PBB
PBDE
Chip resistor
×
○
○
○
○
○
Chip capacitor
×
○
○
○
○
○
Chip inductor
×
○
○
○
○
○
Chip diode
×
○
○
○
○
○
ESD components
×
○
○
○
○
○
Buzzer
×
○
○
○
○
○
Adapter
×
○
○
○
○
○
Screws
○
○
○
×
○
○
○: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials
for this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
×: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous
materials for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
Note: 80% of the parts in this product are manufactured with non-hazardous environment-friendly
materials. The hazardous substances or elements contained cannot be replaced with
environment-friendly materials at present due to technical or economical constraints.
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