Terminal User`s Guide

Terminal User`s Guide
GT-Series
Terminal User’s Guide
Contents
Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................1
Using the GT-Series Terminal..................................................................................................................................................... 1
Using Biometrics..................................................................................................................................................................... 1
How GT-Series Terminals Operate.......................................................................................................................................... 1
Verification with GT-Series Terminals...................................................................................................................................... 1
GT-Series Terminal Features...................................................................................................................................................... 2
GT-Series Specifications............................................................................................................................................................. 3
Reviewing GT Series Terminal Operations................................................................................................................................. 3
Command Menus.................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Using the GT Series Terminal Keypad ................................................................................................................................... 3
Important Information for Installers and Terminal Administrators......................................................................1
Network Setup and Ethernet Switches....................................................................................................................................... 1
Power-on and Shutdown Precautions......................................................................................................................................... 1
Terminal Installation ...............................................................................................................................................2
Terminal Placement.................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Removing the Terminal from the Box.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Wall Preparation......................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Attaching the Wall Plate.............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Hanging Terminal and Running Wires......................................................................................................................................... 7
Making Back Board Connections................................................................................................................................................ 9
Attaching the Ferrite Clip.......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Removing and Installing Side Covers....................................................................................................................................... 10
Removing Side Covers.......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Installing Side Covers............................................................................................................................................................ 11
Attaching the Terminal to the Wall Plate.................................................................................................................................... 12
Index........................................................................................................................................................................13
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Introduction
The Least You Should Know
before installing and setting up the terminal, you should read and understand Important Information for
Installers and Terminal Administrators on page 5
Using the GT-Series Terminal
The GT-Series Terminal is the first member of the Schlage G-Series biometric hand geometry time and
attendance terminals. The GT-Series Terminal records and stores the three dimensional shape of the human hand
for comparison and identity verification. Upon verification, the terminal records the time, date, user ID number, and
collected time and attendance data and makes this information available for collection by a host computer. The
terminal can produce an output to operate an auxiliary device, such as an electronic door lock or signal bell, and
can communicate with a host computer. The terminal also has auxiliary inputs that can be used to control other
systems.
A third-party/custom host application communicates with GT-Series Terminals across a TCP/IP network,
maintaining and storing data collected by the terminals, analyzing and updating data, maintaining security, and
initiating alarms as necessary. Access to this data is achieved through a web browser or custom application. The
GT-Series Terminal provides employee identification verification and includes the sophisticated operating features
one expects in a time and attendance terminal. Because of this unique combination of capabilities, the GT-Series
Terminal provides the most accurate and flexible time and attendance data collection terminal available.
Biometrics
Schlage offers hand geometry terminals, one of the most widely used biometric technologies, for time and
attendance applications. Hand geometry technology uses the size and shape of the person’s hand to verify the
user’s identity. Schlage biometric solutions also offer multi-authentication options. Smart card, proximity and
magnetic stripe readers can be integrated into the terminals to provide an extra layer of security customized to
the application requirements. Some of the world’s largest providers of time and attendance systems recommend
Schlage’s HandPunch terminals as part of their total solution. By using biometric technology, corporations reduce
payroll costs and eliminate “buddypunching” fraud.
Principles of Operation
The GT-400 terminal uses low-level infrared light, optics and a CMOS (IC chip) camera to capture a
threedimensional image of the hand. Using advanced microprocessor technology, the terminal converts the
image to an encrypted electronic template. It stores the template in a database with the user’s ID number. To gain
access, the user enters his or her ID number using the terminal keypad or uses an optional, built-in card reader.
The terminal prompts the user to place his or her hand on the terminal’s platen. The terminal compares the hand
on the platen with the user’s unique template. If the templates match, the terminal records the transaction for
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Introduction
Database Synchronization
processing.
Database Synchronization
Synchronization, when used in this guide, refers to the process by which the database is updated on both the
terminal and the host application. Synchronization only occurs on networked terminals. When synchronization
occurs, the terminal and the host application compare their databases and make sure they both have the most
current data. Every synchronization results in the host and terminal databases being identical.
Command Menus
Command menus are the menus in the terminal that are used to configure the terminal. The command menus can
ENTER
be accessed by pressing ESC ESC and then ENTER
from the ready screen. If the terminal is a new terminal
and has no users, the command menus will immediately appear. After the administrator has been created and
enrolled, verification will be required to access the command menus.
Verification
Verification refers to the process of placing the hand on the terminal platen as a part of the authentication process.
Authentication consists of entering a user identification number on the terminal’s alpha-numeric keypad and
verification of the hand.
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Introduction
Features
Features
Function Keys
Function keys are used to select menu
options displayed on the LCD screen.
Navigation Keypad
The navigation keypad is used to scroll
through lists or to move forward or
backward in text fields.
Alpha-Numeric Keypad
The alpha-numeric keypad is
used to enter text or numbers
into the terminal.
LCD Screen
The LCD screen shows
menus and messages on the
terminal.
LED Bar
The LED bar gives a visual
indication of terminal status.
Finger Pins
Finger pins are used to
position the hand on the
terminal platen.
Hand Placement Guide
The hand placement guide
gives a visual indication of
hand placement on the
platen. Red LED indicators
light when fingers are not in
the correct position in
relation to the finger pins.
Hand Placement Outline
The hand placement outline
is a visual guide for hand
placement on the terminal
platen.
Side Cover
The side covers are
removable to access screw
holes for mounting the
terminal to the wall plate.
Platen
The platen is the surface upon
which the hand is placed for
verificaton.
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Introduction
Specifications
Specifications
Size:
8 inches (20.32 cm) wide by 11.18 inches (28.40 cm) high by 7.52 inches (19.10 cm) deep
Weight:
5.60 lbs (2.54 kg) – 6.90 lbs (3.13 kg) with optional backup
Power:
12 VDC nominal (10.8 to 13.5 VDC), 4.5 Watts max. Linear power supply recommended
Transient Protection:
8,000 volts – all terminals
Reverse Voltage:
On power input
Environment:
Operating: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Relative humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing non-operating (storage): -40°F to 185°F (-40°C
to 85°C)
Verification Time:
Less than one second
Date Retention:
3 years using a standard internal lithium battery
Transaction Buffer:
Memory card-dependant
Baud Rate:
9600 to 115200 bps
Communications:
TCP/IP over ethernet – 10/100 Base T
Function Keys:
8 programmable soft keys
Alarm Monitoring:
Unit tamper
Relay Output:
1 – 250 VAC @ 10A
Battery Backup (optional):
2 hour minimum run time
Table 3.1: Terminal Specifications
Using the GT Series Terminal Keypad
Types of Keys
There are three types of keys used to make entries into the terminal. Each will be indicated in this guide as shown
below.
Type of Key
Location and Purpose
Function Key
These keys are located on both sides of the terminal screen. They are used to
navigate through the command menus.
Alpha-Numeric Key
These keys are located in the terminal keypad. They are used to enter letters and
numbers into the terminal.
Navigation Pad
These keys are located to the left of the terminal keypad. They are used to navigate
through lists displayed on the terminal screen. The middle key can be used as an
“Enter” or “Select” key.
Table 3.2: Types of Terminal Keys and Corresponding Symbols
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Symbol
1
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Important Information for Installers and
Terminal Administrators
ÎÎ Field installers and terminal administrators should read this section thoroughly before attempting to install or
configure a GT-Series Terminal site. It explains important concepts and lists required administrative terminal
operations.
Network Setup and Ethernet Switches
For best performance, it is recommended that you use ethernet switches to connect the terminal(s) to the host,
rather than ethernet hubs. Using ethernet hubs to connect the terminal(s) to the host may lead to terminal
instability. If instability is encountered while using ethernet hubs, you may need to reboot the terminal(s).
Power-on and Shutdown Precautions
•
If your terminal is equipped with a backup battery, it should be connected after power has been applied to
the terminal.
ÎÎ See Making Back Board Connections on page 13 for more information.
•
The network (ethernet) cable must be connected to the terminal before applying power. The terminal
establishes itself on the network during start-up. You will not be able to communicate with the terminal if
the cable is not connected before applying power. Other connections, including optional USB, or serial or
auxiliary relay connections, should also be made before applying power.
The terminal must not be disconnected from its power source without shutting down the
application first.
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Terminal Installation
Terminal Placement
The recommended height for the terminal’s platen is between 40 and
48 inches (102 - 122 cm) from the finished floor. This height conforms
to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards (40 inches is
recommended for ADA standards). All terminals within a site should be
placed at the same height.
The terminal should be out of the path of pedestrian and vehicular
traffic.
40” - 48”
(102 - 122 cm)
Figure 5.1: Terminal Installation
Height
Make sure that the terminal is not exposed to
excessive airborne dust, direct sunlight, water, or
chemicals.
Figure 5.2: Terminal Installation Location
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Terminal Installation
Removing the Terminal from the Box
Removing the Terminal from the Box
1. Remove any accessories from the box.
2. Remove the packing materials from the top of the
terminal.
3. Lift the terminal from the box. Do not touch the
underside of the terminal face.
Figure 5.3: Removing the Terminal from the Box
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Terminal Installation
Wall Preparation
Wall Preparation
These directions and provided hardware are for installation
on a hollow wall only. For installation on a solid wall, other
means should be used.
1. Measure and mark a point 49 inches (124.5 cm) from the surface
of the finished floor.
ÎÎ This point is used by the leveling hole where the top-center
point of the terminal should be mounted. At 49 inches, the
unit’s platen will be 40 inches from the floor.
Leveling
Hole
49 inches
(124.5 cm)
Finished Floor
Figure 5.4: Measurements for
Terminal Installation
2. Drive a small nail into the wall at the mark.
ÎÎ For a solid wall, pre-drill a Z\,” hole. Insert nail into the hole.
Figure 5.5: Leveling the Terminal,
Step 2
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Terminal Installation
Wall Preparation
3. Hang the wall plate from the leveling hole located near the top
of the wall plate.
4. Use a bubble level to ensure that the wall plate is level.
Figure 5.6: Leveling the Terminal, Step 4
5. Mark the locations of the two upper mounting holes and
the two lower mounting holes.
ÎÎ For a concealed wiring connection through the wall,
mark the rear cable entry hole on the wall plate.
6. Remove the wall plate and nail.
Upper
Mounting Holes
Lower
Mounting Holes
Cable
Entry Hole
Figure 5.7: Leveling the Terminal, Step 5
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Terminal Installation
Attaching the Wall Plate
7. Drill upper and lower mounting holes.
ÎÎ For a concealed wiring connection, drill a
¹⁄₂” hole in the center of the outlined rear
cable entry hole.
Upper
Mounting Holes
ÎÎ Additional holes may be drilled to enlarge
hole for concealed wiring connection if
necessary.
8. Clear all dust and debris away from the
terminal mounting location.
Lower
Mounting Holes
Cable
Entry Hole
Figure 5.8: Drill Holes
Attaching the Wall Plate
These directions and provided hardware are for
installation on a hollow wall only. For installation on a
solid wall, other means should be used.
1. Pull all wires through holes in wall (if necessary) and make
sure wires are clear of wall plate.
2. Install the four provided fasteners into the mounting hole
locations. Then use the four provided screws to attach the
plate to the wall.
Figure 5.9: Attaching the Wall Plate
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Terminal Installation
Hanging Terminal and Running Wires
Hanging Terminal and Running Wires
1. If the side covers are attached to the terminal, they must be
removed before hanging the terminal on the wall plate.
ÎÎ See Removing Side Covers on page 15 for more
information
2. Slide slots in terminal over hooks on wall plate. Allow terminal to
rest against the wall while performing the following steps.
Figure 5.10: Hang the Terminal from
the Wall Plate
3. There are several options for running the
wiring to the terminal.
a. Run wiring through hole in wall plate.
b. Run wiring through slot in terminal.
c. Run wiring through battery cover (material
removal required).
ÎÎ If using option c, locate indentation in
battery cover, drill ¹⁄₄” hole in battery cover
indentation and use utility knife to remove
excess material.
a
Remove shaded
material if using
option c.
c
(two possible
locations)
b
Figure 5.11: Terminal Wiring Options
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Terminal Installation
Making Back Board Connections
4. Tuck wires under tabs on terminal to minimize
risk of crimping wires.
5. Follow all local electrical codes when routing
wire and making the terminal connections.
ÎÎ For concealed wiring, pull the terminal wiring
through the ¹⁄₂” cable entry hole.
Tabs
ÎÎ Ensure there is at least twelve inches of
extra cable beyond what is needed to make
the required connections to the back board.
ÎÎ For conduit wiring, pull an extra twelve
inches of cable through the conduit beyond
what is needed to make the required
connections to the back board.
ÎÎ You may need to run the cable and then
attach the connectors in order to fit cables
through necessary holes and/or slots.
Figure 5.12: Wire Tabs
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Terminal Installation
Making Back Board Connections
Making Back Board Connections
Use caution when making connections to the back board to avoid damage. Be aware of possible
damage due to electrostatic discharge (ESD). ESD is of particular concern when working on carpeted
surfaces and in dry environments. Use a ground strap to minimize ESD concerns.
DO NOT apply power until you are ready to configure the terminal!
DO NOT connect backup battery (if using) until after main power has been supplied!
1. Connect the earth ground. The earth ground connection is made to the ground pin on the terminal. Bundle all
ground connections into one crimp lug and attach the lug to the ground pin with a 8-32 nut.
2. Connect the ethernet cable to the ethernet connection socket inside the terminal casing.
3. DO NOT apply power until you are ready to configure the terminal. Connect the P1 plug to the twisted pair per
the following: Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Power.
ÎÎ See Important Information for Installers and Terminal Administrators on page 5 for more
information.
4. If using the optional backup battery, locate the backup battery relay, but DO NOT connect backup battery until
after the main power has been connected.
5. Make other back board connections as necessary. Use the diagram below as a reference.
RS-232 (RX, TX, GRD)
Modem Socket
Modem (RJ11)
Audio (USB)
(not yet functional)
Power
(Barrel Connector)
Power
(Two-pin Phoenix
Connector)
Printer (USB)
Ethernet Socket (under
terminal casing)
Tamper Contacts/
Remote Module (NC1,
NC2, RS-485 Tx,
RS-485 Rx, GND
Battery Backup
Earth Ground
Relay (NC, COM, NO)
Figure 5.13: Back Board Connections
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Terminal Installation
Attaching the Ferrite Clip
Attaching the Ferrite Clip
The ferrite clip must be attached to the terminal’s power cord in order
to be FCC compliant.
1. Make a loop in the power cord approximately six (6) inches from
the power supply.
The loop will keep the clip from sliding on the power cord.
2. Clamp the ferrite clip over the loop. Make sure the tabs fully
engage.
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Figure 5.14: Attaching the Ferrite
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Configuring the Terminal
You must configure the terminal before completing installation
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Removing and Installing Side Covers
The side covers must be removed in order to attach
the terminal to the wall plate.
The terminal may be shipped without the side covers
attached.
Side Cover
Figure 5.15: Terminal Covers
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Terminal Installation
Removing and Installing Side Covers
Removing Side Covers
1. Locate slot on bottom of side cover. Insert a small screwdriver
into slot.
2. Rotate screwdriver gently. Side cover will pop off.
1
2
Figure 5.16: Removing the Side
Covers
Installing Side Covers
1. Place outside ridge of side cover under edge of terminal body.
2. Rotate side cover toward terminal body and snap into place.
1
2
Figure 5.17: Installing the Side Covers
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Terminal Installation
Attaching the Terminal to the Wall Plate
Attaching the Terminal to the Wall Plate
Remove any dust and debris from the
mounting site before attaching the
terminal. Dust and debris can seriously
affect the performance of the terminal.
1. Choose the standard Phillips head screws or
the security head screws for installation.
ÎÎ A special tool is required to install and remove
a security head screw
Security Head Screw
Phillips Head Screw
Figure 5.18: Installation Screw Choices
2. Terminal should already be hanging from wall
plate.
3. Rotate terminal toward the wall plate. Make sure
not to pinch or damage any wiring.
4. Make sure that the screw holes in the body of
the terminal are aligned with the screw holes in
the wall plate.
5. Install two (2) screws into the lower screw holes.
6. Attach side caps.
ÎÎ See Installing Side Covers on page 15
for more information.
Lower Screw Holes
Figure 5.19: Rotate Terminal Towards Wall Plate
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Index
A
D
Access grant
Add 59
Edit 58
Date and time, setting 27
Administrator 19
Authentication 24
Creating the account 19
Hanging terminal and
running wires 11
Making back board
connections 12
Removing and installing
side covers 14
Removing the terminal
from the box 7
Terminal placement 6
Wall preparation 8
Date format, set 45
Delete sent interactions 62
Demo mode configuration 19
Authentication 28
Demo mode/StandAlone mode/
network mode, go t 40
Authority, edit 53
Door unlock time, set 36
Duration to rentain set, set 37
K
Beeper, set 36
E
Keypad, overview of usage 4
Bookings, list 60
Entering text 23
L
B
EPIN, edit 58
C
Cleaning the terminal 67
Ethernet switch usage 5
Clear Setup 47
F
CLI access pwd, set 49
Factory settings 50
CLISrv port, set 42
CmdLine Setup 33
Command menu
Accessing 24
Biometric setup menu 47
Clear user DB 49
Display setup menu 44
Holiday menu 38
Last punch 63
Maintenance menu 61
Network setup menu 39
Reject threshold 50
Security menu 47
Set passwords 49
Setup menu 30
Timezone menu 30
User management menu 52
Using 17
Language, set 45
Last booking 55
LED bar indications 66
Locale timezone, set 34
Feature description of the terminal 3 LogFile size factor, set 35
Lunch punch lockout secst, set 37
Ferrite clip attachment 14
G
Generate Punch 56
H
Hand geometry reader basics 64
Hand placement 64
Holiday
Add 38
Edit 38
list 38
M
Min High Resolution Update Count 47
N
Name, edit 52
Network logical name, set 39
Network setup 5
No hand enroll 57
Number of Tries 48
Host password, set 41
Host URL, set 41
P
Host username, set 39
Partial sync now 61
Credential logging enabled 51
I
Placement of terminal during installation 6
Credentials
Add 57
List 56
ID length, set 34
Placements per try 48
Installing the terminal 6
Attaching ferrite clip 14
Attaching terminal to the
wall plate 16
Attaching the wall plate 10
Power-on precautions 5
Company name, set 44
CR num of prefix chars, set 35
CR terminator string, set 36
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Precautions when poweringon the terminal 5
Precautions when shut-
ting down the terminal 5
PrintBookings
Set 32
PuTTY 69
R
Timezone
Add 31
Edit 30, 54
List 31
Timezone menu
30
Ready string, set 45
U
RealTimeInteraction, set 43
User
Add 60
Adding from the terminal 25
Edit 52
Enroll 55
Enrolling 24
List 52
Remove 56
Reboot 61
Rebooting the terminal 28
Reject threshold, set 51
Restore factory password 51
Running terminal wires during installation 11
S
Shutdown 63
Shutdown precautions 5
Shutting down the terminal 20
20
Software, updating 28
Software version, checking 28
User Data, Setting 25
UserDB, clear 49
Users
Setting data 25
User status, edit 55
V
Verifying synchronization 18
Specifications of terminal 4
Static/DHCP, set 43
W
Sync now 61
Wall preparation during installation 8
T
Telnet 68
Accessing a demo terminal 71
Rebooting the terminal through 70
Shutting down the application via 71
Shutting down the Terminal 20
Shutting down the terminal via 70
Web Server 18
WebServer, set 40
WebSvr port, set 42
X
XMLRPCSrv port, set 42
Template resolution 48
Terminal date, set 32
Terminal interface 22
Terminal status 62
Terminal status, viewing 68
Terminal time-out 23
Terminal time, set 34
Threshold, edit 54
Time&Attend, set 33
Time format, set 44
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