PROFESSIONAL FIRMWARE VERSION
PROFESSIONAL FIRMWARE VERSION
1 de marzo de 2013
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PROFESSIONAL
FIRMWARE VERSION
User guide V1.0
PROFESSIONAL FIRMWARE VERSION 2013
Index:
Getting started ....................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Fingerprint Placement ........................................................................................................ 3
1.2 Instruction for Card Swipe.................................................................................................. 3
1.3 Precautions ......................................................................................................................... 4
Introduction of Device........................................................................................................ 4
2.1 Overview of Device Functions ............................................................................................ 4
2.2 Important Safeguards ......................................................................................................... 4
2.2.1 Installation Location .................................................................................................... 4
2.2.2 Use of Sensor ............................................................................................................... 5
2.2.3 Product Appearance .................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Using the Fingerprint Terminal .......................................................................................... 5
2.4 Date / Time Adjustment ..................................................................................................... 6
2.5 Enroll Administrator / User ................................................................................................ 6
2.6 Password Enrolment .......................................................................................................... 7
2.7 RFID Card Enrolment .......................................................................................................... 7
2.7.1 ID Technology .............................................................................................................. 7
2.7.2 MF Technology (Only for terminals which include MF Module) ............................... 8
2.8 Manage Users ..................................................................................................................... 8
2.9 Events .................................................................................................................................. 9
2.10 Access (only for terminals with relay) ............................................................................. 9
SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................... 10
3.1 Communications ............................................................................................................... 10
3.1.1 Network ..................................................................................................................... 11
3.1.2 Serial Port options ..................................................................................................... 11
3.1.3 Security options ......................................................................................................... 12
3.1.4 Wiegand ..................................................................................................................... 12
3.1.5 Wireless setup (Only for terminals with WI-FI) ........................................................ 14
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3.1.6 Dial –Up settings GPRS (Only for terminals with GPRS)........................................... 15
3.2 Language ........................................................................................................................... 15
3.3 Fingerprint ........................................................................................................................ 16
3.4 Update .............................................................................................................................. 17
3.5 Display ............................................................................................................................... 17
3.6 Advanced options ............................................................................................................. 18
3.7 System info ....................................................................................................................... 18
3.7.1 Record capacity ......................................................................................................... 19
3.7.2 Device information .................................................................................................... 19
Terminal settings ................................................................................................................ 20
4.1 Keypad .............................................................................................................................. 20
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4.2 Barcode settings ............................................................................................................... 21
4.3 Pen drive Management .................................................................................................... 22
4.3.1. Download.................................................................................................................. 22
4.3.2. Upload....................................................................................................................... 22
4.3.2. Pen drive Settings ..................................................................................................... 23
4.3 Bell .................................................................................................................................... 24
4.4 Log Settings ....................................................................................................................... 24
4.4 Multi-verify settings ......................................................................................................... 25
4.5 Reset ................................................................................................................................. 25
4.6 Auto test ........................................................................................................................... 26
Data Management ............................................................................................................. 27
5.1 Data Management ............................................................................................................ 27
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Getting started
1.1 Fingerprint Placement
Recommended fingers: The index finger, middle finger or the ring finger; the thumb
and little finger are not recommended (because they are usually clumsy on the
fingerprint Collection screen).
Please enroll and verify your fingerprint by using the proper finger placement mode.
We shall not be held accountable for any consequences arising out of the degradation
in verification performance due to improper user operations. We shall reserve the
right of final interpretation and revision of this document.
1.2 Instruction for Card Swipe
This device is supplied with an integrated non-contact RFID (125 MHz) card reader
module. By offering multiple verification modes such as fingerprint, RF card and
fingerprint + RF card verification, this device can accommodate diversified user needs.
Swipe your card across the sensor area after the voice prompt and remove your card
after the device has sensed it. For the swipe area, please see 2.2.3 Product
appearance.
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1.3 Precautions
Protect the device from exposure to direct sunlight or bright light, this greatly affects
the fingerprint collection and leads to fingerprint verification failure. It is
recommended to use the device under a temperature of 0–50°C so as to achieve the
optimal performance. In the event of exposure of the device to the outdoors for long
periods of time, it is recommended to adopt sunshade and heat dissipation facilities
because excessively high or low temperature may slow down the device operation and
result in high false rejection rate (FRR). When installing the device, please connect the
power cable after connecting other cables. If the device does not operate properly, be
sure to shut down the power supply before performing necessary inspections. Note
that any live-line working may cause damage to the device and the device damage
arising out of live-line working falls beyond the scope of our normal warranty.
For matters that are not covered in this document, please refer to related materials
including the installation guide, access control software user manual.
Introduction of Device
2.1 Overview of Device Functions
As an integrated fingerprint & access control device, our product can be connected
with either an electronic lock or an access controller. This device features simple and
flexible operations and supports the use of administrators. The screen displays will
guide you through all the operations. It supports access control function for a security
management and supports multiple communication modes.
2.2 Important Safeguards
2.2.1 Installation Location
Do not install terminal in areas which are exposed to bright sunlight or rain, as
the fingerprint readers are not designed to work in those areas. Bright light will
interfere with reading of the sensor and fingerprint readers are not waterproof
or vandal proof. It is recommended to protect your fingerprint terminal with
enclosure.
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2.2.2 Use of Sensor
Do not abuse the fingerprint sensor by scratching the surface, contacting the
sensor’s surface with heat, pressing hard during placement of fingerprint for
verification. Clean the sensor occasionally with cellophane tape to maintain the
performance of the sensor.
2.2.3 Product Appearance
Front view:
2.3 Using the Fingerprint Terminal
This chapter will guide on how to use the fingerprint terminal effectively. To get a good
reading every time, initial fingerprint enrollment must be done properly. The
fingerprint terminal provides 4 types of enrolment methods:
• Fingerprint enrolment
User enrolls his fingerprint template into a terminal and the template will be used for
future verifications.
• Password enrolment
For user who has difficulty to enroll fingerprint due to poor fingerprint quality,
enrolment of password is recommended. Password enrolment is also suitable for
visitors and temporary workers.
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• Fingerprint and password enrolment
Under this option, a user can enroll both fingerprint and password at the same time.
The user can either use fingerprint or password to report attendance or to gain access.
• RFID card enrolment
User can enroll RFID Card
2.4 Date / Time Adjustment
When first installing a fingerprint terminal, it is important to set the correct date and
time.
Follow the steps shown to access the Date/Time adjustment menu:
 You can insert inputs into the terminals through the keypad. It contains
numbers from 0-9, an OK button, an ESC/Cancel button, a Scroll up/down
button, a doorbell button and a Menu button.
2.5 Enroll Administrator / User
Once the fingerprint terminal is switched on, a display on the screen will appear. Enroll
a supervisor or an administrator, who is the in-charge person to administer the
fingerprint templates and the transaction data in the terminal. Choose trustworthy
people for this particular role
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2.6 Password Enrolment
If a user cannot enroll his fingerprint or wants also another kind of verification, he can
choose to use passwords. Password may contain numbers ranging from 1 – 8 digits.
2.7 RFID Card Enrolment
2.7.1 ID Technology
If a user cannot enroll his fingerprint, he can choose to use a RFID Card. RFID card is for
added security on the unit, or if the user can’t use a fingerprint.
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2.7.2 MF Technology (Only for terminals which include MF Module)
This menu only will be showed when the terminal includes Mifare module and the
configuration about how we want the MF cards work will be defined here. MF cards
are special and we can read and write data, so we can set the cards as PIN Card, or
store the templates in the MF Card which is very useful to ensure data protection laws
in some countries
2.8 Manage Users
To open the manage screen, you may click on F5 key. When you are in the manage
user screen you can make some actions related with the users pressing menu key as
search, record, edit, delete and create.
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2.9 Events
In this menu will be created all the events we are going to use depend of the time and
attendance system we want, being possible create usual events like (Doctor, smoke,
lunch, breakfast and so on…). This system offers to control perfectly the work time of
each employ. Through SDK we can send an event picture to the terminal so when one
employ is going to make an event log he’ll see the event picture in the screen which
offer a better knowledge to the users about what they are checking…
2.10 Access (only for terminals with relay)
In the access control menu we can configure so many access control parameters such
as: Time zones, holidays, groups, access combined, alarm and antipassback.
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Time zones: We’ll define the time zones we want to assign to the users to
give them access privileges for opening the door or denied the access.
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Holidays: It’s the menu where you can set the public holidays and private
ones as well. So those days the access will be denied for the user or users
you decide.
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Groups: This functionality it’s especially useful for Access control due we
can create like profiles for the same users. So, imaging we have 10 users
with the same access control time zones and setting this menu provides us
the capability to include all of them in only one group, setting the
parameters in the group instead of user by user.
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Combined Access: With this option, we can increase the security level of our
Access control terminals, by offering the possibility to oblige users of
different groups to be identified at the same time to door opening.
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Parameters, Alarm and Misc. Options: Using this three sub-menus we
configure some kind of parameters as relay delay, alarm settings,
antipassback etc…
SYSTEM
3.1 Communications
When the device and PC are used to transmit data, it is necessary to use
communication wire to set communication parameters in the device. When the device
is in communication, “communicating…” appears. Don’t operate the device then.
Notice: When the device is communicating with computer, please check the
setting here. The parameters here must be in accordance with that of software
communication interface.
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3.1.1 Network
When Ethernet is used for communication of device and PC, the following settings
need to be checked:
Device IP address: IP is 192.168.1.201 by default. You can modify it if it is necessary.
But it cannot be the same with that of PC. Subnet mask: It is 255.255.255.0 by default.
You can modify it if it is necessary.
Gateway address: It is 0.0.0.0 by default. If the device and PC are in different net
segment, it is necessary to set address. Net speed: Set the speed according to the LAN
where the device is.
3.1.2 Serial Port options
When RS232/RS485 is used for communication of device and PC, it is necessary to set
device ID. Device ID: 1—254. If RS232/RS485 is used, this ID needs to be input on the
software communication interface.
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3.1.3 Security options
When RS232/RS485 is used for communication of device and PC, it is necessary to set
device ID. Device ID: 1—254. If RS232/RS485 is used, this ID needs to be input on the
software communication interface. To improve the security of attendance data,
connection password needs to be set here. Connection password must be input when
PC software is to connect device to read data. Connection password: System password
is 0 by default. Namely, there is no password. )it can be set as other value. After
setting, the password must be input if software is to communicate with device. Or the
connection will fail. The password length is 1~6 digits.
3.1.4 Wiegand
Define Wiegand input & output format.
3.1.4.1 Input Opt.
User defined format: User defined Wiegand input format bit digit: Wiegand
data digit length pulse width: Pulse width is 100 microseconds by default, which
can be adjusted from 20 to 800. Pulse interval: It is 900 microseconds by
default, which can adjusted between 200 and 20000. Input content: Content
contained in Wiegand input signal, including User ID or card number.
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3.1.4.2 Output Opt.
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Format: It is the defined format in the system. User need not specify total digit
and the information position.
There are 4 definition formats by default in the system: Wiegand 26 with site
code, Wiegand 34 with site code, Wiegand 26 without site cod and Wiegand 34
without site code. Wiegand26 with site code means W26 format output with
device ID. Wiegand26 without site code means W26 format output without site
code. If there is no site code, then the signal not to be output does not contain
the information. If there is site code, the output is the set site code (similar to
device ID. But this code is specified by the user and different devices can be
repeated, with range of 0-255.
Failed ID: It is the failed ID after unsuccessful verification. “Close” means not to
output it.(with range of 0-65534)
Site code: Similar to device ID. But the code is specified by user. Different
device can be repeated. (With range of 0-255)
Pulse width: Pulse width is 100 microseconds by default, which can be adjusted
from 20 to 800.
Pulse interval: It is 900 microseconds by default, which can adjusted between
200 and 20000.
Output content: Content contained in Wiegand output signal, including User ID
or card number.
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3.1.5 Wireless setup (Only for terminals with WI-FI)
Before the device is used for wireless network, other physical groupware of 802.11
networks, such as joint, distributing system, wireless medium must be in existence.
ESSID to connect to the network must be known (network ID).
Network ID: Network ID to be connected to wireless network. (There is difference
between small letter and capital letter.)
Network model: there are two models: infrastructure model (for star structure) and
ad-hoc model (for peer-to-peer-network).
Authentication mode: Infrastructure mode includes five authentication modes: OPEN,
SHARED, WEPAUTO, WPAPSK and WPA2PS002E.
Ad-hoc model includes four authentication modes: OPEN, SHARED, WEPAUTO and
WPANONE.
Encrypt type: when the selected encrypt type is NONE, the password in WEP (Wired
equivalent privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi protested access) cannot be edited, namely, it is
not necessary to input password.
Device IP address: In 802.11 wireless networks, there is DHCP. Or enter IP interface to
input correct IP address, subnet mask and so on.
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3.1.6 Dial –Up settings GPRS (Only for terminals with GPRS)
When the equipment is in the Dial-Up Network, making sure the device is in the
coverage of GPRS or CDMA signal, and it is must know of the used modem type, APN
name and access number and so on.
Modem type: Set the modem type that the device used according to SIM Card type.
Frequency: Select the appropriate frequency according to the business operators.
APN Name: Access Point Name, used to identify GPRS / CDMA types of business.
User name and password: Verify whether the user has permission to use this network.
Access Number: The access number of GPRS / CDMA business.
Redial interval: The interval of automatic redial after the network is disconnected.
Redial times: The times of attempt to redial the number if the network is disconnected.
3.2 Language
The Professional firmware version includes text and voices in all European languages,
the voices have been recorded in a professional studio, getting really high sound
quality. When the terminal start up for the first time it’ll ask you to select the language
you want, if later you would like modify it coming to this menu you can change to the
new configuration. Professional firmware version provides the capability to select if
you prefer female or male voices.
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3.3 Fingerprint
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1:1 matching threshold value: The similarity of ID + fingerprint verification and
the enrolled template
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1:N matching threshold value: The similarity of verification and the enrolled
template
Recommended matching threshold value:
Matching threshold value
FRR
FAR
1:N
1:1
High
Low
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25
Middle
Middle
35
35
Low
High
25
45
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Finger sensitivity control the reaction of the sensor with an external light, the
light can affect always to optical sensor, with this parameter we can make
lower this effect if over our terminal there is a source light.
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Alg. Version: can be set 9.0 or 10.0 being this last one faster and improve the
error rate. Take care because the size of trace information recorded with 10.0
algorithms is 1.2kb double size more than 9.0 algorithms, you can’t transfer
templates enrolled with 9.0 to 10.0, neither vice versa.
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3.4 Update
Use software to upgrade firmware program.
Notice: If you need such upgrade file, please contact technician.
Usually, firmware upgrade is not recommended.
Operation
Insert U disk with upgrade file into the slot. The device will identify the file
automatically. The device will give prompt whether it is successful or not.
3.5 Display
Parameters related with the display.
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FP Image  it’s to manage if we want to show the FP image when we are
enrolling a finger or matching on the device.
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Date Format  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. Select your
desired date format.
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Clock Mode  Can be never show or choosing between two kinds of clock to
show on the screen.
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Picture Delay  How soon the picture will be changed effective value is 3~999
seconds.)
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Clock Delay  The clock picture display time length after verification. After the
display delay, the propaganda picture will be displayed on the initializing
interface again (with effective value of 0~999 seconds, and 0 means displaying
clock all along).
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3.6 Advanced options
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Sleep time: When it is the scheduled sleep time, the device not in operation
will enter sleep status. Press any key or finger to awake it. (Set 0 always on).
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Key beep: It controls the key sound to be enable or not.
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Voice: to select whether to give voice prompt or not. The device will give
corresponding voice prompt during operation.
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Lock Power: To prevent hostile power-off, select whether to lock power-off or
not.
“Disable”: the power is off 3 seconds after pressing power-off.
“Enable”, it is ineffective after pressing power-off.
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Relay as: To select how we want to use the relay, can be for door lock or
external ring bell.
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USB Port as: to Select how we want to use the USB Port, can be as barcode (to
connect a barcode scan) or as pen drive (to manage data using a pen drive)
3.7 System info
Use system information to check the current device’s saving status, its version
information and so on.
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3.7.1 Record capacity
Display the count of enrolled user, administrator and password enrollment and
the capacity of fingerprint, the enrolled fingerprint, attendance record and the
current saved attendance record in the form of diagram, as shown below:
3.7.2 Device information
Display device name, serial number, version information, and manufacture date
in device information for check:
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Terminal settings
4.1 Keypad
In this menu you configure all terminal function keys as we desire to terminal giving
total flexibility as we will explain in the next point. This menu has two sections we will
detail below.
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Functions keys settings: From this menu you can define what function we
want for each function keys available in the terminal, you can select from
these options: (Undefined, key state, see SMS, events list, see records and
help key).
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Conf. Status keys: The flexibility offered by the professional version of
firmware allows us to define a status key whatever such as F1 = Doctor, that
key can be set to automatically change state, one key for a time can have a
state and automatically switch to another state and you can even set the
day of the week you want this operation happens. With what we can play
with the function keys at will allowing all sorts of combinations to make it
easier the use of the terminal for the end-user. We also have the ability to
define the code you want to appear ATT and if a key state allows to make
records or not.
4.2 Barcode settings
One of the main features of the professional version is the ability to define the use of
the USB port, when you define as barcode reader and reboot the computer, instead of
finding the menu pen drive, we found the menu reader barcode in which we can
define the length of the code, name and even may reach defined as the pen drive, the
bar code fields.
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4.3 Pen drive Management
4.3.1. Download
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Download user data
Save all users’ information and fingerprint in the device to U disk.
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Download SMS
Save SMS added to the device to U disk.
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Download user photo
Save employee’s photo into U disk.
4.3.2. Upload
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Upload user data
Upload user information and fingerprint saved in U disk to device.
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Upload SMS
Upload SMS in U disk to the device.
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Upload user defined picture
Upload JPG picture started with “ad_” in U disk to the device. Then these pictures
will be displayed on the initializing interface
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Upload user photo
Upload JPG picture named with User ID in U disk to device. Then the employee’s photo will
be displayed upon fingerprint verification.
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4.3.2. Pen drive Settings
From the menu pen drive can perform all data downloads from the device, these
download can be done: (Logs, user information, SMS, user photo, and terminals that
have camera allow download capture photos too.) In the same way you can upload
data to the terminal if we want to move data quickly and safely from one terminal to
another. Within downloading records we can define a lot of parameters that will help
us achieve further attendance reports in the way you want.
Definable parameters for downloading records
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File name.
Fix text.
Delete or not after download.
Separator character
ASCII value
Data fields: we have 10 data fields configurable by user where we can
define the information that we want to download and the position that
information occupies, these data are: (Undefined, fixed User code, Date and
Time, Terminal Cod, Terminal Name, ATT code, ATT name, system
verification, code, description).
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4.3 Bell
Many companies need bell for on-duty and off-duty. Some use manual bell. Some use
electronic bell. To save cost and provide convenience for management, we integrate
bell functions to the device. You can set time for bell. When it is the scheduled time,
the device will play the selected ring automatically. And the ring will stop automatically
when it is the end time. If it’s an external siren using the relay’s device we have the
connections to wire an external ring bell and the device will send the signal trough the
relay to the external siren to activate it.
4.4 Log Settings
In this menu define the number of failed attempts to allow the user to make logs. We
will select the time between logs as well (is the minimum time that must elapse
between logs from the same user). In logs parameters you’ll find the option to
configure when you want to skip the warning message memory full of logs.
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4.4 Multi-verify settings
Using professional firmware version will be available the option to set by terminal the
default verification mode. If each user has not defined their specific verification mode
the system will check this value which will be default for all users in the terminal. We
are able to make multiple modifications for many users at the same time.
4.5 Reset
Make device’s communication option, system option and so on reset to the state of
factory.
Factory reset: Make all the parameters in the device reset to the state of factory.
Reset keyboard definition: Reset the corresponding setting of keyboard definition to
that of factory.
Reset bell option: Only reset bell option to factory state.
Reset other parameters: only reset communication option, system parameter,
interface option and so on to factory state
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4.6 Auto test
The device can test various modules automatically to help operator to judge the
module with fault quickly, including test of TFT display, voice prompt, clock, keyboard,
and fingerprint sensor.
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TFT display test
The device can automatically test TFT color display effect (through color
display, white display and black display) to see whether the screen works
normally
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Voice test
The device can automatically test voice prompt effect through playing voice
files in the device to see if the files are complete and the voice effect are good
or not.
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Keyboard test
The device can automatically test various keyboards to see if the keys work
normally or not.
Press any keyboard on the test interface (except for OK and “ESC”).
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Sensor Test
The device will automatically test the sensor to see if it works normally. Press
fingerprint to see if the image is clear and usable.
Press fingerprint on the sensor window and the fingerprint image will appear
on the screen.
RTC Test
The device can automatically test the clock to see if it works normally.
Press OK to start time and then press OK to stop time.
Press “ESC” to exit.
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Data Management
5.1 Data Management
Employee’s attendance record will be saved in the device. For query convenience,
query record function is provided.
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Data query
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Query attendance: According to user’s input query condition, the records
will be displayed on the screen for user selected. Only shows log related
with attendance and job costing only with date and time.
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Query user: To query the current user in the device.
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Query SMS: To query SMS in the device.
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Delete Data
To delete all data recorded in the device such as: Logs, users, pictures).
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