David-Link DL=A User`s manual

David-Link DL=A User`s manual
W-1288
USER'S MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
INFORMATION................................................................................................................... 1
1.0 Notification.......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 System overveiw..................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Main Features...................................................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Equipment............................................................................................................................................2
2 SYSTEM SUMMARY
SUMMARY............................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 System Configuration.......................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.1 Model Selection............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.2 Terminal Communication Ports.................................................................................................... 3
2.1.3 Keypad Function...........................................................................................................................4
2.1.4 External Overview........................................................................................................................4
2.2 Menu Tree Chart..................................................................................................................................5
3 GETTING STARTED
STARTED............................................................................................................................. 11
3.1 Start-up.............................................................................................................................................. 11
3.2 Fingerprint Enrollment...................................................................................................................... 11
3.2.1 Correct Finger Positioning......................................................................................................... 11
3.2.2 Incorrect Finger Positioning.......................................................................................................12
3.2.3 Tips for Improving Fingerprint Reads........................................................................................12
3.3 Register.............................................................................................................................................. 13
3.3.1 Register User/Admin by Fingerprint..........................................................................................13
3.3.2 Register User/Admin by Password.............................................................................................14
3.3.3 Register User/Admin by Proximity Card (Optional Function).................................................. 15
3.4 Delete User........................................................................................................................................ 16
3.5 Set Communication........................................................................................................................... 17
3.5.1 USB download........................................................................................................................... 18
3.5.2 RS232 download........................................................................................................................ 19
3.5.3 Ethernet download......................................................................................................................19
3.6 Set Date and Time............................................................................................................................. 22
4 ADVANCE SETTING
SETTING............................................................................................................................. 23
4.1 Device setting.................................................................................................................................... 23
4.2 Logs Setting....................................................................................................................................... 24
4.3 Lock Control (Additional Access Control Box Required)................................................................ 24
5 TERMINAL INFORMATION
INFORMATION............................................................................................................... 25
5.1 Storage Detail.................................................................................................................................... 25
5.2 Record Detail..................................................................................................................................... 25
5.3 System Detail.....................................................................................................................................26
6.0 Trouble
Troublesshooting
hooting.................................................................................................................................... 27
6.1 Q. & A. ............................................................................................................................................ 27
6.2 Fingerprint Privacy............................................................................................................................ 27
FCC WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantees that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. Residential installation of this equipment may cause harmful interference in which case user
is encouraged to correct the interference at his or her own expense.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.0 Notification
Do not attempt to service the W-1288 yourself. Opening the terminal will void
the warranty. Always follow the instructions in this user's manual.
1. Do not place the terminal in direct sunlight. Bright light may significantly
affect fingerprint reads. The terminal is designed for indoor use in a
temperature range of 32-104º F (0-40º C). Keep the terminal away from heat
sources such as radiators.
2. The terminal warranty does not cover defects or damages arising from
improper installation, improper storage, abuse, ordinary wear-and-tear or
unauthorized service.
3. Please save your data and records in USB thumb drive or in your computer
periodically. David-Link is not responsible for any lost data and records from
the terminal and software.
1.1
System Overview
W-1288 is a Time & Attendance system designed for small to medium size businesses with up to
300 employees. W-1288 verifies an employee
employee’’s identity based on an individual's matching
fingerprint. Your business will also reduce costly payroll and data entry errors caused by the old
time card system and accounting staff's calculation by hand.
1.2
Main Features
-User-friendly TFT LCD menu interface
-DL Time Management Software included
-Standalone device
-Easy USB downloads for data and records
-Fingerprint/password/proximity card (optional) punch
-Variable security threshold
-Fingerprint capacity: 3,000
-Transaction storage: 50,000 log records
-Communication: RS485, TCP/IP, USB
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-Verification: 1:1 or 1:N
-FAR < 0.0001%
-FRR < 1%
-Matching speed: <1 second
-Language: English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish
-Operating voltage: DC 9V
-Operating temperature: 32 ~ 104 oF
-Backup battery (optional)
-Door access control available
-Large Color LCD Screen
-1 year limited Manufacturer Warranty Included
1.3 Equipment
W-1288 package includes:

1x W-1288 system

1x USB connecting cable

1x User’s manual

5x Sample proximity card (W-1288P and W-1288PB)

1x Software CD

1x AC/DC adapter

1x Wall-mount toll set

1x USB Flash Drive
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2 SYSTEM SUMMARY
2.1
System Configuration
2.1.1 Model Selection
Three levels are available in David-Link Model W-1288. Please see the table below for
comparison:
Model No.
W-1288
W-1288P
Description
David-Link Biometric Time & Attendance System
David-Link Biometric Time & Attendance System with Additional
Proximity Badge Verification Method
David-Link Biometric Time & Attendance System with Additional
Proximity Badge Verification Method and Built-in Backup Battery
W-1288PB
2.1.2 Terminal Communication Ports
Bottom of Device
Port
Connect by
Connect to
DC
Power Supply
Outlet
COM 1
RS 232 RS485
PC
COM 2
TCP/IP
PC or Router
USB Serial
USB Cable
PC
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2.1.3 Keypad Function
1
4
7
•
2
5
8
0
3
ESC
6 MENU
9
▲
OK
▼
ESC
Back last page
MENU
Enter Setting mode
OK
Confirm setting
▲
Move up
▼
Move down
0-9
Number key
•
Power ON/OFF (push and hold)
2.1.4 External Overview
LCM Srceen
Indicator Light
Proximity Sensor
Biometric
KeyPad
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2.2
Menu Tree Chart
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3 GETTING STARTED
3.1
Start-up
Press the power button [ • ] to turn on the terminal. The Start-up window will appear as
the following:
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FRI
Press and hold the power button [ • ] for 2 seconds to turn off the terminal
3.2
Fingerprint Enrollment
Tips It is recommended that you enroll at least 2 fingerprints in the terminal in the event
Tips:
that if one of the fingerprints is injured or damaged, you can always punch in/out using
the other finger. Each user can enroll 1 to 10 fingerprints in the terminal.
W-1288 will require an user to press each finger 3 times to successfully enroll the user.
Place your finger in the middle of the sensor. To ensure better fingerprint reads, each
time press the finger flat and firmly on the center of the sensor surface and cover as much
of the sensor surface as possible.
3.2.1 Correct Finger Positioning:
Place finger flat on the center sensor surface
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3.2.2 Incorrect Finger Positioning:
Vertical
Offset
Inclined
Lower
s:
3.2.3 Tips for Improving Fingerprint Read
eads
Correction
Dirty or Dry
Finger
Clean finger with moisturizing soap or wipe
(alcohol-free wipes preferably)
Not enough
pressure
User should place finger firmly and flat on the
sensor surface.
How to select
finger?
It is recommended that you enroll the index or
middle finger. We also recommend you to enroll
your fingerprints using the left hand fingers as
their fingerprints are usually less worn or
damaged than the right hand fingerprints.
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How to
position the
finger?
Place finger flat with pressure on the center of
the sensor surface; DO NOT touch the sensor in
an angled or tilted position, DO NOT slide your
finger.
Fingerprint
pattern change
The verification process can be affected if an
user punch in/out with a worn or injured finger.
Use an alternate finger or select 1:1 verification
mode.
Others
Very few people’s fingerprint quality is too poor
to be verified. Use User ID & Fingerprint
verification method, or lower the 1:1 Threshold.
Otherwise use Password or Proximity Card
Verification Method (available in model W1288P and W-1288PB).
3.3
Register
3.3.1 Register User/Admin by Fingerprint
1) Press [MENU], select “Register”, press [OK], select “User”, press [OK]. Select
"New Reg" to enroll a new user, or select "Backup" to enroll new fingerprint
template to an existing user. Five enrollment methods are displayed, select
“Finger”, press [OK]. The following screen is displayed:
Reg Finger
ID 00000001
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
2) The terminal automatically suggests an available User ID number to you in
sequence. Input the desired User ID number (range is 1 to 65534). Press [OK]. The
following appears:
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Reg Finger
Your
fingerprint
image
00000001
First time
Place finger pls!
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
3) You will be prompted to press your finger (3) times for better collection of your
fingerprint data. If the test is successful in all three times, the following appears:
Reg Finger
Reg Finger
ID 00000001
Continue?
ID 00000001
Enrolled!
No-ESC
Yes-OK
No-ESC
Yes-OK
OK
4) Press [OK
OK], to enroll new user or press [ESC] to exit.
3.3.2 Register User/Admin by Password
MENU
OK
OK
1) Press [MENU
MENU], select “Register”, press [OK
OK], select “User”, press [OK
OK]. Select
"New Reg" to enroll a new user, or select "Backup" to enroll new fingerprint
template to an existing user. Five enrollment methods are displayed, select
OK
“Password”, press [OK
OK]. The following screenis displayed:
Reg Password
ID 00000001
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
2) The terminal automatically suggests an available User ID number to you in
sequence. Input the desired User ID number (range is 1 to 65534), press [OK].
The following appears:
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Reg Password
ID
00000001
PWDIN ********
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
3) You will be required to input a set of password with up to 8 digits twice and
press[OK]. The following appears:
Reg Password
Reg Password
ID 00000001
Continue?
ID 00000001
Enrolled
No-ESC
Yes-OK
No-ESC
Yes-OK
OK
ESC
4) Press [OK
OK], to enroll new user or press [ESC
ESC] to exit.
3.3.3 Register User/Admin by Proximity Card (Optional Function Available for W1288P, W-1288PB)
MENU
OK
OK
1) Press [MENU
MENU], select “Register”, press [OK
OK], select “User”, press [OK
OK]. Select
"New Reg" to enroll a new user, or select "Backup" to enroll new fingerprint
template to an existing user. Five enrollment methods are displayed, select "ID
OK
Card”, press [OK
OK]. The following screen is displayed:
Reg ID Card
ID 00000001
ESC-ESC
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2) The terminal automatically suggests an available User ID number to you in
OK
sequence. Input the desired User ID number (range is 1 to 65534), press [OK
OK].
The following appears:
Reg ID Card
ID 00000001
Scan card pls
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
3) Place your ID card in front of the terminal (the sensor is located above the
OK
fingerprint sensor surface) and press [OK
OK].
*Your ID card does not have to be in direct contact with the terminal. The sensor
can detect the ID card within a distance range of 2" to 6" in front of the terminal.
OK
ESC
4) Press [OK
OK], to enroll a new user or press [ESC
ESC] to exit.
3.4
Delete user
MENU
OK
1) Press [MENU
MENU], select “Delete”, press [OK
OK], the following appears:
Delete
ID
ESC-ESC
00000001
SET-OK
OK
2) Input the User ID, press [OK
OK] to confirm. Follow the prompts to delete user.
Note: Each time an user is deleted, the terminal deletes only 1 fingerprint or
password. If an user is registered with multiple fingerprints, the Delete
process has to be repeated until all registered fingerprints and passwords are
deleted. For example, if an user with 2 registered fingerprints is to be deleted,
during the first Delete process, an user's first registered fingerprint will be
deleted. The following appears for confirmation of deleting first registered
fingerprint and Press [OK]:
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Delete
ID
00000001-0
Sure to delete?
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
After pressing [OK], the second registered fingerprint is automatically shown
as the following for the confirmation of deleting second registered fingerprint:
Delete
ID
00000001-1
Sure to delete?
ESC-ESC
SET-OK
Continue to press [OK] until all registered fingerprints are deleted.
3.5
Set Communication
3.5.1 USB download
MENU
OK
1) Press [MENU
MENU], select “Set COMM”, press [OK
OK], the following appears:
Data Download
1.
U-down
2.
RS232
3.
Ethernet
1] to select USB download (make sure the USB thumb drive is already
2) Press [1
plugged into the terminal), one of the following windows appears:
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USB Download
1.
GLog &
Del
2. All
GLog
4. All
SLog
5.Enroll
Data
GLog & Del
All Glog
SLog & Del
All SLog
Enroll Data
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3.
SLog &
Del
Description
Allows you to transfer all users' attendance records to
USB thumb drive and delete all records saved in the
terminal.
Allows you to only transfer all users' attendance records
to USB thumb drive (without deleting records saved in
the terminal).
Allows you to transfer all Admin's attendance records to
USB thumb drive and delete all records saved in the
terminal.
Allows you to only transfer all Admin's attendance
records to USB thumb drive (without deleting records
saved in the terminal).
Allows you to transfer all employee data including ID
numbers, fingerprint templates, proximity cards, and
password to USB thumb drive. This serves as a purpose
that if there are multiple terminals in one work place,
transferring all employee information to another terminal
via USB thumb drive eliminates the need of having
employees to register with multiple terminals.
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3) Select Glog, All Glog, or All enroll Data and the USB thumb drive will
download the records directly from the terminal, the following appears:
Download Glog
Working ...
Note: do not remove USB drive while downloading
(Note:
downloading)
The following communication methods are solely used to connect with DavidLink Time Management Software.
3.5.2 RS232 download
1) Press [2] to select RS232 download
2) Enter baud rate and press [OK].
3.5.3 Ethernet download
1) Press [3] to select Ethernet download, the following appears:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
IP Address
Subnet mask
Default Gateway
Port No.
Server IP
Server Port No.
Server Req.
2) Configure the Ethernet setting according to your computer network setting.
3) There are 2 ways to connect the terminal with David-Link Time Management
Software using Ethernet connection. It is recommended that you follow the setting
below:
Terminal-to-PC Connection
Terminal-to-Hub Connection
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Plug network cable into COM2
bottom of the terminal and the
Ethernet port on your computer.
Plug network cable into COM2
bottom of the terminal and the
hub in your network.
port on the
appropriate
port on the
appropriate
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Terminal-to-PC Connection:
(a) On your computer, go to "Local Area Connection", right click and select
"Properties", Click on "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and select
"Properties". It is recommended to input the IP address as 192.168.1.200 and leave
everything else as it is.
(b) On your terminal, Set IP Address as 192.168.1.201 and leave everything else as
it is.
(c) To test the connection, plug network cable into COM2 port on the bottom of
the terminal and the appropriate Ethernet port on your computer. On your
computer, Ping the terminal by inputting ping 192.168.1.201 -t (For Microsoft®
Windows XP, Windows VISTA, and Windows 7, you can ping the terminal by
inputting the above information in the Search box once you click Start menu). If
connection is made, the following appears:
d) Open your David-Link Time Management Software (DLTMS), select
"Download", click on "Setting" and input the appropriate Device ID and IP address
stored in the terminal (make sure the appropriate terminal is selected).
Terminal-to-Hub Connection
(a) On your computer, double-click on "Local Area Connection" and select
"Details" to check your network IP Address.
(b) On your terminal, input the IP Address as the following:
XXX . XXX . X . YYY
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IP Address
XXX . XXX . X.
YYY
Terminal IP Address
The first 3 sets of IP Address to be
stored in the terminal should be
identical as the first 3 sets of IP Address
in you network.
The last set of IP Address to be stored in
the terminal should be a 3-digit unique
value. It strongly recommended that the
last set of IP address to be stored in the
terminal should be at least 201 and up.
(c) To test the connection, plug network cable into COM2 port on the bottom of
the terminal and the appropriate hub in your network. On your computer, Ping the
terminal by inputting ping your terminal IP address -t (For Microsoft® Windows
XP, Windows VISTA, and Windows 7, you can ping the terminal by inputting the
above information in the Search box once you click Start
Start). If connection is made,
the following appears:
d) Open your David-Link Time Management Software (DLTMS), select
"Download", click on "Setting" and input the appropriate Device ID and IP address
stored in the terminal (make sure the appropriate terminal is selected).
4) Press [Esc] to exit and [Ok] to save changes.
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3.6
Set Time and Date
OK
1) Select “Date Time”, press [OK
OK] the following appears:
2009-12-05
01:18:44
THU
ESC-ESC Con-OK
2) To change date & time, input the correct date, press [▲/▼],
enter the time and press [OK
[OK].
Note: The time and date can be updated by pressing [Time Sync] under
[Download] menu when connecting with Time Management Software.
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4 Advanced Setting
4.1 Device Setting
MENU
OK
1) Press [MENU
MENU], select “Advanced”, press [OK
OK].
2) Select “Device”, following appears:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Machine ID
Admin Qnty
Language
Voice Out
Volume
Setting
6.
7.
8.
9.
Auto Off
Screen Saver
RS485 Download
Verify
10. Default Setting
Description
Default
1. Machine ID
Machine ID is needed when connecting to the computer while
multiple devices are in the same network.
1
2. Admin Qnty
Number of administrators allowed to register on device (1~10)
5
3. Language
Change device language. Support: English, Deutsch,
Portuguese, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Traditional English
Chinese, Chinese Simplified
4.Voice Out
5. Volume
Tune on/off the sound on device
Set system volume (1 ~ 10)
Yes
8
6. Auto Off
Automatically turn off the terminal when there is no activity
detected within # minutes. (from 1-255)
No
7. Screen Saver
8. RS485 Download
9. Verify
10. Default Setting
Turn on screen saver when there is no action detect within #
of minutes
Enable/Disable RS485 download
Verify user by fingerprint, ID card, and/or password. Select
from:
F/P/C: fingerprint, password, or ID card verification.
F/P/C
C+P: both ID card and password verification (available in
C+P
Model W-1288P and W-1288PB).
F+P
F+P: both fingerprint and password verification.
F+C: both fingerprint and ID card verification (available in
F+C
Model W-1288P and W-1288PB).
C: ID Card verification (available in Model W-1288P and W1288PB).
P: Password verification.
Restore device to factory default settings, and all current
setting will lose.
No
Yes
F/P/C
x
3) Press [Esc] to exit and [Ok] to save changes.
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4.2 Record Setting
1) Press [MENU], select “Advanced”, press [OK].
2) Select “Logs”, the following appears:
Record Setting
1. ARec Wrn
NO
2. URec Wrn
1000
3. Reverify
NO
Esc-ESC
Con-OK
3) Press [1] or [2] to set the warning when the terminal's memory capacity can
only save # more log records before the memory is full. (Enter the number of
log records to remind you of the terminal's memory capacity approaching to its
limit). [1]: number of Administrator's records for reminder warning; [2]:
number of User's records for reminder warning.
4) Press [4] to set number of minutes before an user's another punch is accepted by
the terminal. This function serves the purpose to avoid duplicate punches (Enter
# of minutes from 1-255).
4.3 Lock Control (Additional Access Control Box Required)
Not Available
Note: This product is intended for use as a Time & Attendance System.
Installing this product as an access control system will void the warranty. DavidLink is not responsible for any damage or defect caused by misusing this
terminal as an access control system. Please contact us for information about
access control system.
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5 Terminal Information
5.1 Storage Detail
1) Press [MENU], select “View Info”, press [OK].
2) Select “Reg Data”, the following appears:
Storage Detail
1. User Reg
2. Manager Reg
3. Finger
4. Password
5. ID Card
Esc-ESC
Con-OK
Description
1. User Reg
View number of users registered in
the terminal
2. Manager Reg
View number of Administrators
registered in the terminal
3. Finger
View number of fingerprints enrolled
in the terminal
4. Password
View number of password
combinations stored in the terminal
5. ID Card
View number of ID cards registered
in the terminal
5.2 Record Detail
1) Press [MENU], select “View Info”, press [OK].
2) Press “Record”, the following appears:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
User Rec
Admin Rec
View User Rec
View Admin Rec
Preview Urec
Delete All Rec
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Description
1. User Rec
View number of user's log records saved in
the terminal.
2. Admin Rec
View number of administrator's log records
saved in the terminal.
3. View User Rec
(in order of transactions)
4. View Admin Rec
5. Preview User Rec
(in order of date)
6. Delete All Rec*
To view a specific user's log records, input
the user's ID number and press [OK] to
view.
To view a specific administrator's log
records, input the administrator's ID
number and press [OK] to view.
To view a specific user's log records, input
the user's ID number and press [OK] to
view.
View number of user's log records saved in
the terminal.
*David-Link is not responsible for any lost data and record. Please make sure you save all your data and
records in a safe place. Log records cannot be recovered after you delete all log records saved in the
terminal.
5.3 System Detail
1) Press [MENU], select “Information”, press [OK].
2) Select “Product”, the following appears:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Manufacture
Device Name
Release Time
Serial Number
Firmware Version
Software Version
Here, you can find our company information and contact method within the
[Manufacture] function. Please also find your [Serial Number], [Firmware
Version] and [Software Version] here when we ask for the information.
3) Press [ESC] to exit.
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6 Troubleshooting
6.1 Q. & A.
Q: Fingerprint cannot be verified.
A: Possible Causes:
1) Fingerprint is damaged or smooth;
2) Finger is dry.
Q: What is the standard warranty on biometric time clocks?
A: The standard warranty on a biometric time clock is a period of 1 year from the
date of original purchase from David-Link or an Authorized David-Link Reseller.
However, there are things that the warranty does not cover. Please read the
Certificate of Warranty carefully for the parts that the warranty does not cover.
Q: How do I remove an Admin User?
A: Only an Admin user can add/remove an user on the device.
Q: Device cannot be turned on. Is it a defective product?
A: Please make sure the power adaptor is plugged into the outlet and the device. If
the device still cannot be turned on after the power adaptor is correctly plugged,
please contact David-Link Technical Support Team at 888.755.9418.
Q: How do I get replacement parts such as ribbon cassette
cassettess or backup
ies
?
batteries
batter
ies?
A: Please visit our website: www.davidlinkusa.com or contact us at
1.888.755.9418 to get information about ordering replacement parts.
6.2 Fingerprint Privacy:
1. The W-1288 merely captures points of the fingerprint but not the actual
fingerprint image.
2. The fingerprint points cannot be used to create a fingerprint image.
3. David-Link will not be liable for any direct or the indirect damages resulting
from the use or inability to use our equipment.
4. If you have a question about privacy concerning the use of our equipment you
should have your employer contact David-Link.
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