F7_F707_F708

F7_F707_F708
F7_F707_F708 Installation Instruction V1.0
F7_F707_F708
Access Control Terminal
Installation Instructions
Revised May 2008
About this Guide
This guide provides installation instructions only. For information
regarding actual operation and configuration of the F7_F707_F708 Time
& Attendance and Access Control Terminal, refer to the user manual.
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Table of Contents
Before Installation ................................................................................. 1
Front and Read Panel views ………………………………………….5
Optional 3rd Party Equipment………………………………………..6
1.0 Installation........................................................................................ 7
1.1 Attaching Mounting Plate……………………………………..7
1.2 Connecting Power Supply……………………………………. 9
1.3 Selecting Door Lock………………………………………… 10
1.4 Connecting an electric strike or magnetic lock……………... 11
1.5 Powering Door Lock………………………………………... 13
1.6 Connecting switches, door sensor, doorbell, etc……………..14
1.7 Connecting 3rd party door controller/panel…………………..16
1.8 Connecting network or computer…………………………….17
2.0 Testing……………………………………………………………..20
2.1 Run Auto Test………………………………………………...20
2.2 Test Fingerprint Enrollment………………………………….23
3.0 Fastening to mounting plate and wall…………………………..30
4.0 Miscellaneous……………………………………………………..31
5.0 Trouble-shooting………………………………………………...32
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Before Installation
1. Prior to beginning installation, cut off all power to prevent personal
injury and damage to the F7_F707_F708 and peripheral equipment.
2. Connect the ground wire first, in order to prevent electro-static
damage to the F7_F707_F708.
3. Connect 12V DC power supply to the F7_F707_F708 last.
If the F7_F707_F708 does not operate properly, always cut
off power to it before examining/dismantling. Be advised
that wiring the F7_F707_F708 while power is on may
cause damage to the terminal. Possible resulting damage
from not powering off the F7_F707_F708 prior to wiring is
not covered by manufacturer’s warranty.
4. Mount the F7_F707_F708 at a comfortable height, typically between 4
and 5 feet from the ground.
5. After installation, remove protective film from the F7_F707_F708
display and fingerprint sensor.
6. To prevent being accidentally locked out while testing the exit-door
button, keep a person on the inside of the door.
7. Run the auto-test function to confirm that installation is successful.
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8. In order to maximize the life of the F7_F707_F708, use the
auto-sleep and wake up functions.
9. ONLY use a 12V DC 1.5Amp power supply for proper functioning
of the F7_F707_F708 terminal. If the incorrect voltage is used, the
F7_F707_F708 may keep rebooting or may not operate the electric
door lock (if attached).
10. Improper wiring may cause the F7_F707_F708’s main circuit board
and fingerprint sensor to burn out. Resulting damage from
improper wiring is not covered under manufacturer’s warranty.
11. Only use supplied transformer and cord. Do not attempt extending
the cord by cutting and splicing.
12. If using RS485 mode of communication, use only a ZK
Software-supplied RS485 converters. Using a 3rd party RS485
converter may or may not work. If the RS485 cable length
exceeds 200 feet, we recommend using a 120Ώ terminator.
13. Refer to the user handbook and operating instructions for further
information.
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Front panel view;
Rear panel view;
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Optional 3rd party equipment
The following equipment is not provided by ZK Software, but often
compliments a complete Access Control solution;
Part
Image
Part
Door
Lock
PC
Exit
Button
Door sensor
Alarm
RS485/
RS232
converter
Door
Controller
Network
Cable
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1.0 Installation
1.1 Attach Mounting Plate
1. Take out the F7_F707_F708 fingerprint terminal and remove the
screw (screwdriver supplied) which secures the F7_F707_F708 to
its mounting plate;
2. Remove mounting plate by grasping the bottom edge and lifting it
inward and upward.
3. Determine the position of mounting plate on the wall. We
recommend about 4-5 feet from the ground so it is comfortably
within reach of most of your users.
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4. After its position is determined, cut-out square-openings in the walls
which correspond to the cut-outs in the F7_F707_F708’s mounting
plate for wires to pass through;
5. Use 3 mounting screws (supplied) to affix the F7_F707_F708
mounting plate on the wall.
6. Then secure the F7_F707_F708 to the mounting plate.
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1.2 Connecting Power Supply
F7_F707_F708 operates on 12V DC Power supply and connect the
positive and GND as shown below.
If you are connecting a
magnetic lock or an electric strike to F7_F707_F708 than we
recommend it should draw maximum current of 1A. If you need
more power than please use an external power supply of higher
current capacity.
GND
GND
RS232 RXD
+12V Power
RS232 TXD
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
RS485 B
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
Alarm—
DATA1
Button
+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell—
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—12V DC
+Power supply adapter
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1.3 Selecting door lock
For glass doors which swing both in and out, we recommend the use of
electro-magnetic door strikes (aka “mag locks”).
For 1-way opening non-glass doors we recommend the use of electric
door strikes, instead.
While both locks are equally secure, the mag lock is considered safer
than the electric strike, especially during power interruptions. During a
power failure caused by fire or other safety threats, the mag lock will
“fail open” and allow people to exit a room/building unhampered.
Conversely, the electric strike “fails closed”. With loss of power you
can still exit a door secured by an electric door strike. But you’ll need
a mechanical device (i.e. door handle or exit bar) to free the door during
power interruptions. ZK Software is not responsible for any personal
injury or damage caused by power failure.
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1.4 Connecting an electric strike or magnetic lock
F7_F707_F708 has NO and NC closed contacts for controlling the
locks. Since there are many different type s of locks available we
recommend to connect these locks as per the recommendation of the
manufacturers.
Ensure that proper voltages are applied to the lock terminals and check
on the current ratings of the locks.
GND
GND
RS232 R×D
+12V Power
RS232 T×D
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
RS485 B
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
Alarm-
DATA1
+ 12V
Power supply adapter
+
Lock
Button
+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
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+ 12V
GND
GND
RS232 R×D
+12V Power
RS232 T×D
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
RS485 B
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
Alarm-
DATA1
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
GND
GND
RS232 R×D
+12V Power
RS232 T×D
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
Power supply adapter
+
Lock
+ 12V
Power supply adapter
Lock Power
+
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
Alarm-
DATA1
+ 12V
Button
+5V Output
RS485 B
Power supply adapter
+
Lock
Button
+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
Lock control relay
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1.5 Powering Door Lock
The F7_F707_F708 can supply power directly to a door lock.
However, in the following three scenarios, it is recommended that the
door lock has an independent power source, and is NOT powered by the
F7_F707_F708;
•
If the door lock voltage is not 12V DC then provide separate
power to the door lock.
•
If the door lock runs on 12V DC, but requires more than 1A
(amp), then provide separate power to the door lock.
If the distance between the F7_F707_F708 and door lock is greater than
15 feet, then provide separate power to the door
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1.6 Connecting switches, door sensor, doorbell, etc.
You can connect the exit switch as shown below. This is mainly
used for receptionists to open the door for the visitors. The door sensor
switch is used to trigger the alarm if the door is kept open for more than
specified time. Furthermore, F7_F707_F708 will also send an alert
signal if the door is not closed within the specified time.
You can connect a doorbell to the F7_F707_F708 as shown below.
Visitors can hit this button which will trigger the door bell inside the
door.
GND
GND
+12V Power
RS232 T×D
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
RS485 B
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
Alarm-
DATA1
+
Siren
RS232 R×D
Button
+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
Door Sensor
Siren
+ Power supply
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Exit Switch
Doorbell
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1.7 Connecting 3rd party door controller/panel
The F7_F707_F708 provides standard Wiegand 26-bit output, which
can be connected to most 3rd party access control panels. The
F7_F707_F708 connects to the panel just like any card-reader or
keypad.
The distance from the controller to the F7_F707_F708 cannot be
more than 200 feet. If the Wiegand signal must be transferred much
further, or if electro-magnetic interference exists, utilize a Wiegand
signal amplifier.
Use the following connections;
GND
Access Controller
GND
RS232 R×D
+12V Power
RS232 T×D
Lock COM
GND
Lock NO
RS485 A
Lock NC
RS485 B
GND
GND
GND
Alarm+
DATA0
DATA0
Alarm-
DATA1
DATA1
+12V
+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
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1.8 Connecting network or computer
F7_F707_F708 offers RS232 and RS485 interface, or Ethernet
connectivity to connect with a computer network.
Ethernet connection
Option 1:
Direct connection to PC via cross-over cable;
Option 2:
Indirect connection to PC via network router;
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NIC
P
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R
S
2
3
2
Ethernet
GND
GND
1
CD
2
RXD
RS232 RXD
+12V Power
3
TXD
RS232 TXD
Lock COM
4 DTR
GND
Lock NO
5 GND
RS485 A
Lock NC
6 DSR
RS485 B
GND
7
RTS
GND
Alarm+
8
CTS
DATA0
Alarm-
9
RI
DATA1
Button
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+5V Output
GND
Door Sensor
Bell+
GND
Bell-
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RS485 connection
RS-485 systems using a bus structure configuration connect the driver to
the receiver. The transmission line is made by a group of twisted-pair
cables. Each cable has a pair of conductors consisting of inverted and
non-inverted signal lines. The inverted line is generally designated by
the letter "A" or "-", with the non-inverted line designated as "B" or "+".
In order to eliminate or reduce “noise”, traditional RS485 networks
require a 12Ω terminal resistor to be installed at the end of the bus
cables based on the physical layout of the twisted-pair cables. In the
normal condition the resistor is not installed, only if the bus is extended
over 125 feet, the termination must be connected with a terminal
resistor.
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2.0 Test and examine after installation
With power on, test for the following:
9 The green LED lights up after power up.
9 2.1 Run Auto-test;
Press the M (Menu) key on the F7.
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Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside
Options.
Menu
▼
User Manage
► Options
Press the OK key.
The Options Menu will appear;
Options
▲
▼
Log Opt
Access Options
► Auto Test
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Auto Test.
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Press the OK key.
The following screen appears;
AutoTest
▼
► Run ALL Test
LCD Test
Voice Test
FR Reader
Key test
RTC Test
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside the feature
you’d like to test and press the OK key.
When finished testing, continue pressing the C (Cancel/ESC) key
repeatedly until you return to the Start-Up window.
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
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9 2.2 Test Fingerprint Enrollment;
Press the M (Menu) key on the F7.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside User
Manage
Menu
▼
►User Manage
Options
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Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll
User.
User Manage
►Enroll User
Enroll Admin
▼
Press the OK key.
Scroll with the ▲/▼ keys and place the cursor ( ) alongside Enroll
FP.
Enroll User
►Enroll FP
Enroll Pwd
FP & Pwd
▼
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Press the OK key.
The F7 will prompt you;
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Press OK.
Enroll FP
New Enroll?
ESC
OK
Since we are enrolling a New User, press OK.
The F7 will then prompt you with the next available User ID;
New Enroll
UserID 00001-0
ESC
OK
In this example, no user has yet been enrolled on the F7.
next available User ID# is 00001.
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Press the OK key to accept 00001, or manually key in a different
number if desired.
The F7 will then prompt;
New Enroll
00001-0
Place Finger . . .
ESC/Exit
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Remember the rules for proper finger placement;
The user’s finger should completely cover the sensor.
The finger
should be placed flat and in the center of the sensor. The finger should
cover at least 80% of the sensor as shown below:
The finger should NOT be placed in the following
positions:
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Place your finger on the sensor for a full 2 seconds.
After the F7 scans your fingerprint successfully, it will “beep” and
then prompt you briefly with;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Then you’ll be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-1
Second Press
ESC/Exit
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Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 2nd
time. Again, you’ll be prompted briefly;
New Enroll
00001-1
Remove Finger
ESC/Exit
Remove your finger, and then place your finger on the sensor a 3rd
and final time. You’ll then be prompted;
New Enroll
00001-0
ESC
OK (Save)
Press the OK key to accept the newly enrolled finger.
The F7 will then prompt you with;
New Enroll
Continue?
ESC
OK
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UserID 0001 has now been successfully enrolled with one
fingerprint.
If you wish to continue enrolling additional users, press the OK
key and follow the same procedures.
If you’re finished enrolling additional users, press the C
(ESC/cancel) key repeatedly, until you return the Start-Up window;
Welcome
Check-In
HH:MM
MM/DD/YY DAY
Note:
The actual current date/time will appear.
Test the newly enrolled fingerprint by having UserID 00001 place
his/her finger on the sensor.
If successful, the F7 will respond with an audible “Thank you”, and
the screen will display;
Verify
Pin: 00001
Verified.
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3.0 Fasten F7_F707_F708 to mounting plate/wall
9 Confirm all connecting wires are correct and securely fastened.
9 Properly align the rear metal-plate of the F7_F707_F708 to the
mounting plate and then push up on it.
Then push the
F7_F707_F708 backwards. The F7_F707_F708 is now securely
affixed to the mounting plate and wall.
9 Tighten screw on underside of F7_F707_F708.
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4.0 Miscellaneous
4.1 Reset
IMPORTANT NOTE
Resetting the F7_F707_F708 does NOT erase any stored data (i.e.
templates, transactions, settings).
This information will be
available as soon as power is restored.
To reset the F7_F707_F708 use a small tool (e.g., pin or paperclip) to
push in the reset button (labelled “reset”) located on the underside of the
F7_F707_F708 (see figure below).
4.2 Tamper-proof button
When the F7_F707_F708 detects it is being “tampered” with, it will
send an alarm signal.
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Appendix
5.0 Trouble shooting
Trouble
Cause & Fix
Power LED is off
Cause : No power or lack of voltage
Fix: Check and examine power and ground
connections. Also ensure 12V DC power.
F7_F707_F708 is
unable to connect
with PC
Cause: Connection may be loose.
Fix: Check that the RS232/RS485 or Ethernet
connections are secure. Also make sure
network/firewall settings are not blocking
communication to the F7_F707_F708
LCD displays “Please
try again”.
Cause: The F7_F707_F708’s fingerprint
sensor may have accumulated excess dirt or
scratches over a period of time.
This
message indicates the sensor is unable to
obtain a clear image of the fingerprint. Other
possible cause may be fingerprint sensor
cable has loosened from circuit board.
Fix: Try using cellophane tape to remove dirt.
Sensor may also need to be repaired/replaced.
F7_F707_F708 starts
up, but cannot enter
menu system
Cause: Fingerprint sensor cable is loose.
Fingerprint sensor is broken. Circuit board
is broken.
Fix: Remove and plug back in Fingerprint
sensor cable.
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Time continually
displays “00:00” after
restarting
Cause: The clock battery is drained.
Fix: Replace battery.
The fingerprint sensor
light is off
Cause: Fingerprint sensor or flat connection
cable is loose or broken.
Fix: Unplug the cable from the fingerprint
sensor and plug it back in again.
Pressing buttons no
longer makes sound.
Cause: Trouble in the buzzer, loudspeaker or
circuit.
Fix: Need to replace the buzzer and
loudspeaker.
Some users’ fingerprints sometimes
can’t be verified.
Cause: The fingerprint quality is poor.
Fix: If repeated attempts with the same finger
fail, try using a different finger when
enrolling. Also reduce fingerprint “threshold”
setting. If user’s fingerprints completely
unreadable, assign them a PIN number,
instead.
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