3 Beginning – QUICK START 1 When beginning the ADMIN (access control manager) should NOT be registered. When the ADMIN is not registered access the menu by pressing “ID” and “1234.” (After registering the ADMIN the ID “1234” will not work and only the ADMIN ID will be able to access)How to access the menu:* When ADMIN is not registered * When ADMIN is registeredNOTE : When accessing the menu,When ADMIN is not registered,Use ID“1234” to verify.-When ADMIN is registered,Only the ADMIN ID can verify.1. Turn on the power.2. Follow the following steps.1. Turn on the power.2. Follow the following steps.11-1[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [WED][ANY MODE]16: 10: 46 [WED]Press the ‘*’ sign.Press the ‘*’ sign to access the Administrator mode.2VALIDATE ADMINID :1-21> USER REGIST1-5VALIDATE ADMINID : 1234Enter the Admin ID and pressthe ‘#’ sign.(the above is when the AdminID is “ ”)If shown like the above, you have accessed the system menu.After entering “1234” press the ‘#’ sign.3VALIDATE ADMINPRESENT USER FP1-41> USER REGISTVALIDATE ADMIN1:FP 2:CARD1-3When a red light is on in the fingerprint screen, place the Admin’s fingerprint on the scanner. Do not lift until the light is off.If shown like the above you have accessed the system menu.Decide how the Admin will be verified.For first time registering:- To verify with fingerprint press 1(FP).- To verify with card press 2.
4 BEGINNING – QUICK START 2 1> USER REGIST2> USER DELETE3> USER DELETE4> USER ALLDEL5> USER COUNT6> USER VIEW7> USER FP EDIT8> USER TEMP ID9> EVENT VIEW10> EVENT COUNT11> EVENT DELETE12> DOOR RELAY13> DOOR MODE14> DOOR TIME15> DOOR ALARM16> SET COMM ID17> SET TIME18> SET CD TYPE19> SET FG TYPE20> SET REACCESS21> SET CD2 FUN22> SET ALM FUN23> SET ANTIPASS24> SET FIRE25> SET SECRET > TCP/IP DHCP26> SET LIMIT >IP ADDRESS27> SET DAYLIGHT > SUBNET MASK28> VIEW AT-FUNC >GATEWAY29> VIEW AT-DOOR > LANGUAGE30> VIEW AT-MODE > SAVE ENROLL31> VIEW BELL > LOAD ENROLL32> VIEW T-ZONE > SAVE SLOG33>VIEW NO-FUN > SAVE GLOG34> S/W VERSION > EXIT- MENU -Menu navigation buttonsFORWARD BUTTONBACK BUTTONEXIT MENUEND MENU AND RETURN TO BEGINNINGPROCESS[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [WED]31> USER REGIST1[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [WED]Press the ‘*’ sign.2VALIDATE ADMINID : 1234Menu AccessAfter entering the Admin ID press the ‘#’ sign.(If the Admin ID does not exist,press “1234” to access the menu)
5 ADMIN REGISTRATION 1> USER REGIST PRESENT USER FP 1> USER REGIST 9101> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FP11> USER REGISTOK[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [WED]When the machine accepts the fingerprint or card correctly the above will be shown.To make sure enter one more time.If its ‘2FP’ enter a different fingerprintPress the ‘*’ sign to access the admin menu.8111> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FPPRIVILEGE1: ADMIN : USER2VALIDATE ADMINID : 1234The above shows when ‘FP’(fingerprint) is selected.When the sensor emits a lightplace the finger to be used.-Press ‘1’(1:Admin 2:User)After entering “1234” press the ‘#’ sign the enter the menu.12SETTINGCOMPLETE371> USER REGIST1: 1 FP / 2: 2 FP1> USER REGISTCompletePress the ‘#’ signto process.The above shows when ‘FP’ is selected.FP 1 : Register 1 fingerprintFP 2 : Register 2 fingerprintsNOTE :- Admin authority is given to a users ID. Therefore, an Admin’s card or fingerprint can be reused to a new user’s ID.641> USER REGISTFP ID : 12341> USER REGISTID :Enter fingerprints ID.1~4 digits)51> USER REGIST1: CD 2: FP 3: CD/FPEnter an ID number to be used, up to 8 digits and press the ‘#’ sign.Decide which will be used for entrance.1.CD : Card2.FP : Fingerprint3.CD/FP : Card and FingerprintPress the ‘#’ sign after selection.
7 CHAPTER 2 – MENU EXPALINATION - EXPLAINATION OF EACH OPTIONSYSTEM MENU 1. USER REGIST1-1> USER/ADMIN CARD REGISTRATION1-2> USER/ADMIN FINGERPRINT REGISTRATION1-3> USER/ADMIN FINGERPRINTAND CARD REGISTRATIONSYSTEM MENU 2. USER VERIFY2> USER/ADMIN VERITYSYSTEM MENU 3. USER DELETE3> USER/ADMIN DELETESYSTEM MENU 4. USER ALL DELETE4> USER/ADMIN ENTIRE DELETESYSTEM MENU 5. USER COUNT5> USER/ADMIN REGISTRATION STATUSSYSTEM MENU 6. USER VIEW6> VIEW REGISTERED USER/ADMINSYSTEM MENU 7. USER FP EDIT7> EDIT USER/ADMIN FINGERPRINTSYSTEM MENU 8. USER TEMP ID8> TEMPORARY USER ID SETUPSYSTEM MENU 9. EVENT VIEW9> EVENT VIEWSYSTEM MENU 10. EVENT COUNT10> EVENT COUNTSYSTEM MENU 11. EVENT DELETE11> EVENT DELETESYSTEM MENU 12. DOOR RELAY12> Door Relay SETUPSYSTEM MENU 13. DOOR MODE13> DOOR MODE SETUP (Card, ID, 지문)SYSTEM MENU 14. DOOR TIME14> LOCK TIME SETUPSYSTEM MENU 15. DOOR ALARM15> DOOR OPEN ALARM SETUPSYSTEM MENU 16. SET COMM ID16> CONTROLLER ADDRESS SETUPSYSTEM MENU 17. SET TIME17> CONTROLLER TIME SETUPSYSTEM MENU 18. SET CD TYPE18> CARD OPERATION MODE SETUPSYSTEM MENU 19. SET FG TYPE19> FINGERPRINT SECURITY LEVELSYSTEM MENU 20. SET REACCESS20> SECURITY RECOGNITION SETUPSYSTEM MENU 21. SET CD2 FUN21> EXTERNAL READER FUNCTION KEY SETUPSYSTEM MENU 22. SET ALM FUN22> EXTERNAL ALARM FUNCTION SETUPSYSTEM MENU 23. SET ANTIPASS23> ANTI-PASS BACK SETUP 29SYSTEM MENU 24. SET FIRE24> FIRE-SENSOR SETUPSYSTEM MENU 25. SET SECRET25> ID SECURITY (“*” SIGN) SETUPSYSTEM MENU 26. SET LIMIT26> SET PROHIBIT TIMESYSTEM MENU 27. SET DAYLIGHT27> SETUP CONTROLLER TIME ZONESSYSTEM MENU 28. VIEW AT-FUNC28> VIEW FUNCTION KEY 32SYSTEM MENU 29. VIEW AT-DOOR29> VIEW ALLOWED AUTO DOOR TIMESYSTEM MENU 30. VIEW AT-MODE30> VIEW TIME ZONE OPERATION MODESSYSTEM MENU 31. VIEW BELL31> VIEW BELL TIME ZONESYSTEM MENU 32. VIEW T-ZONE32> VIEW SET TIME ZONESYSTEM MENU 33. VIEW NO-FUN33> RELAY NO FUNCTION KEY VIEWSYSTEM MENU 34. S/W VERSION34> VIEW CONTROLLER VERSIONSYSTEMMENU 35,36,37,38 TCP/IP MENUSYSTEMMENU 39. LANGUAGE39>CONTROLLER LANGUAGE SELECTIONSYSTEMMENU 40,41,42,43 USB MEMORY MENUSYSTEM MENU 44. EXIT44> EXIT MENU (TO INITIAL SCREEN)
8 1. SYSTEM MENU ACCESS (AFTER ADMIN IS REGISTERED) NOTE : Only when the admin is registered. (refer to pg13 for instructions)-When the admin ID is incorrect, access to the menu is denied and the screen will return to the initial screen.-If the admin is not registered, access to the menu is allowed. It is a good idea to register at least one admin.(AFTER ADMIN IS REGISTERED)1-1[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [WED]The screen above shows the initial screen.Press the ‘*’ sign.1-2VALIDATE ADMINID :Enter the admin ID and press the ‘#’ sign.(the above shows when the admin ID is ‘ ’.)1-31-41-5VALIDATE ADMIN1:FP 2:CARDVALIDATE ADMINPRESENT USER FP1. USER REGISTUse fingerprint used to register admin ID.Select what to use when registering for admin.1: Fingerprint 2:CardAccess to the system menu.Press F1 and F2 to access a menu.1-4VALIDATE ADMINPRESENT USER CDUse card used to register admin ID.
9 1> USER REGIST 1> USER REGIST NOTE : From the step 1: CD – Register user ID by card2: FP – Register user ID by fingerprint3: C+F – Register user ID by card and fingerprintWARNING: Setup the Card Type and Facility Code in the #18 system menu before manually inputting card numbers into the system.3Press the ‘#’ sign in the 1> menu.21> USER REGISTID :Enter the user ID number that is to be used for entry and press the ‘#’ sign.31> USER REGIST1: CD 2: FP 3: C+FPress the ‘1’ button.44-A4-B1: MAN CD ENTRY2: AUTO CD ENTRY1: MAN CD ENTRYNUM :PRIVILEGE1: ADMIN : USER1: Enter the card number for entry.2: Place card onto reader for entry.Manually enter the card’s number.1: Admin2: User4-14-252: AUTO CD ENTRYPRIVILEGE1: ADMIN : USERSETTINGCOMPLETEDPlace card onto the reader.The reader will automatically register onto the system.1: Admin2: UserUser card registration is complete.
10 1-2>USER REGIST NOTE : Using two fingerprints (2FP) instead of one (1FP) makes it more easy for the system to recognize users.-One fingerprint is placed on the sensor three times to complete registration.11> USER REGISTPress the ‘#’ in the 1> menu.62SETTINGCOMPLETED1> USER REGISTID :4-C1> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FPUser fingerprint registration completeEnter the user ID used for entry and press the ‘#’ sign.When the red sensor light appears place the same finger on the sensor.53PRIVILEIGE1: ADMIN : USER1> USER REGIST1: CD 2: FP 3: C+F4-B1> USER REGIST OK1: ADMIN – Setup as Admin2: USER – To setup as user press ‘2’Press ‘2’.When correctly done, the above is shown4-344-A1> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FP1> USER REGISTFP ID : 12341> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FPWhen the red sensor light appears, place a different fingerprint.Enter the fingerprint ID (1 ~ 4 digits)When the red sensor light appears place the finger to be used for entry on the sensor.4-251> USER REGIST1:1FP / 2: 2FP1> ENROLL USEROK4-11:1FP – Register one fingerprint2:2FP – Register two fingerprints1> ENROLL USERPRESENT USER FPWhen correctly done, the above is shown.
11 1-3>USER REGIST NOTE : When registering a fingerprint, please refer to ‘how to use your fingerprint’ chapter.1> USER REGIST1Press the ‘#’ sign at 1>27-11> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FP7-21> USER REGISTOK1> USER REGISTID :When the light from the sensor turns on you may place your fingerprint used for entryEnter the user ID that is used for entryWhen done properly the above will be shown71> USER REGIST1:1FP / 2: 2FP37-31> USER REGISTPRESENT USER FP1> USER REGIST1: CD 2: FP 3: C+FPress ‘3’1:1FP – Register one fingerprint2:2FP – Register two fingerprintsWhen the sensor light is on place the same fingerprint on the sensor.461> USER REGISTFP ID : 12341> USER REGISTFP ID : 12348PRIVILEGE1: ADMIN : USEREnter a fingerprint ID.(1 ~ 4 digits)Enter fingerprint ID(up to 4 digits)1: ADMIN – Set as admin press ‘1’ or…2: USER – Set as user press ‘2’1: MAN CD ENTRY2: AUTO CD ENTRY52: AUTO CD ENTRY5-1SETTINGCOMPLETED91: Enter the number found in the back of the card or…2: Place card at the readerPlace card used for entry on the reader.Fingerprint registration complete
12 2> USER VERIFY Use Fingerprint and Card to verify registered USER/ADMIN ID. NOTE :When checking fingerprints refer to the ‘How to use your fingerprint’-The below menu 2 : FINGER applies to the KF-2000 and FPC-301 only.2> USER VERIFY1Press the “#”at the 2> menu.2> USER VERIFYID : A22> USER VERIFY1: FINGER 2: CARDCard or fingerprint IDA : AdminU : UserTo verify using fingerprint press ‘1’To verify using card press ‘2’2-12-22> USER VERIFYPRESENT USER FP2> USER VERIFYPRESENT USER CDWhen the sensor light is on place the same fingerprint on the scannerPlace card on the reader.32>USER VERIFYID : AExample: ID is and status is Admin.(A: Admin U: User)
13 3> USER DELETE 3> USER DELETE NOTE : When deleting registered user/admin ID, that ID will no longer have authorization13> USER DELETEPress the ‘#’ sign at 3>NOTE :- When deleting an ID, all fingerprint ID and card information connected with the ID will be deleted.- When deleting an ID all events that happened before deletion will NOT be deleted.23> USER DELETEID :Enter the ID that you wish to delete.(up to 8 digits) Press the ‘#’ sign.33> USER DELETE1: DEL 2:CANCEL1:DEL – delete2:CANCEL- cancel delete453> USER DELETEPLEASE WAIT3> USER DELETEProcessing ID delete…Delete complete
14 4> USER DELETE (delete all users) 14> USER DELETENOTE :When deleting all users, the admin will also be deleted.Press the ‘#’ sign at 4>24> USER DELETE1: YES 2: CANCELPress “1”3SETTINGCOMPLETEDAll user delete processing44> USER DELETEAll user delete complete
15 5> USER COUNT (registered user/admin status view) You can view the number of card or fingerprint ID’s registered to the controller.1NOTE :Total number of users include the admin.5> USER COUNTPress the ‘#’ at 5>.2USER : 00123FINGER:User (including admin) currently registered is 123. Fingerprint user amount is 99.6> USER VIEW (view user/admin registered info.)View user/admin registered info currently registered on the controller.List navigation buttonsBackForwardExit1AFP:0001 TZ:01,02OrderUser/Admin ID6> USER VIEWUser(U)/Admin(A)Press the ‘#’ sign at 6>2AFP: TZ:01,02Fingerprint(FP)/Card(CD) IDTimezone 1,2 setupOrder :0001 User ID : A (Admin)Fingerprint ID : Time zone : 01, 02 time zone
16 7> USER FP EDIT (Change user/admin fingerprint) Used to change user/admin fingerprint. This will not change the user/admin ID.15NOTE :- Refer to the ‘how to use your fingerprint’secton.7> USER FP EDIT7> USER FP EDITPRESENT YOUR FPPress the ‘#’ sign at 7>Place the fingerprint to replace the old267> USER FP EDITID :7> USER FP EDITOKEnter the user ID that you wish to change and press the ‘#’ signFingerprint input complete377> OPER.. MODE1 : YES 2: CANCEL7> USER FP EDITPRESENT YOUR FPSelect ‘1’Place your fingerprint again for verification487> USER FP EDIT1: 1FP / 2: 2FPSETTINGCOMPLETED1FP: Change one fingerprint2FP: Change two fingerprintsFingerprint input complete
17 8> USER TEMPORARY ID When a temporary user needs to enter, but doesn’t need to register (Ex. visitor, guest)14NOTE :Cannot register temporary ID as admin.Cannot register temporary ID with fingerprint.When properly registered the following is shown:WELCOME [F0-0]ID: T(T : Temporary)-The admin can set the amount of entries of a temporary ID.(1-9)-When the amount of entries are used, the Admin is able to add more entries allowed for the temporary ID.-Events are recorded the same way as regular user ID.-Cannot register temporary ID from regular user ID.8> USER TEMP IDSETTINGCOMPLETEDPress the ‘#’ sign at 8>Temporary ID complete238> USER TEMP IDID :8> USER TEMP IDTIME [1 - 9] : 3Enter the amount the temporary user is allowed to enter and press the “#” sign. (minimum 1, maximum 9)Enter a temporary ID number (up to 8 digits) and press the “#” sign.
18 MENU NAVIGATION BUTTONS 9> EVENT VIEW View user ID time of entry, date, access authorization, system authorization.19> EVENT VIEWNOTE :EVENT OVERVIEWMASTER MENU IN : Access Admin menuMENU MODE EXIT : Exit Admin menuMASTER MENU FAIL : Admin menu Access failed[GRANTED] : ID/fingerprint entry[DENIED] : ID Access failedUSER FG REG : Register user fingerprintUSER CD REG : Register user CardFINGER DOWNLOAD : Download fingerprintCARD DOWNLOAD : Download cardNONE : No eventPress ‘#’ at the screen above.21. SLOG 2. GLOG1. SLOG : Access Event2. GLOG: Exit Event30001 : 09/06 15:09MASTER MENU INThe example above shows that the admin accessed the admin menu at 9/6 at 15:09.4MENU NAVIGATION BUTTONSNEXT EVENTBACK EVENTEXIT9> EVENT VIEW40002 :[NONE]To exit press ‘*’ when the screen above appears.(The example above shows no event.)
19 10> EVENT COUNT 11> EVENT DELETE 10> EVENT COUNT Pres ‘#’ when the above appears.210> EVENT COUNT00012/00012In this screen the user may know the quantity of events.11> EVENT DELETENOTE :All events will be deleted.111> EVENT DELETEPress ‘#’ when the above appears.2311> EVENT DELETE1: YES : CANCELSETTINGCOMPLETEDEvent delete complete.
20 12> DOOR RELAY This menu is for changing the functions of Relay 1 and 2. Normally Relay 1 controls the door. In cases where Relay 1 cannot be used, the user can change and use Relay 2 to control the door.112> DOOR RELAYPress the ‘#’ sign at 12>2312> DOOR RELAY1 : RLY 2 : RLY SETTINGCOMPLETEDWhen Relay 1 is controlling “Door Control”To change to Relay 2,Press “2”Relay setup complete13> DOOR MODE In this menu the user is allowed to setup door modes according to certain situations. There are a total of 15 ways. This page only shows how to setup.1List navigation menu13> DOOR MODENOTE :- When accessing the menu, the current mode used will be shown. Press “F1” to change to a different mode and press the ”#” signforwardPress the ‘#’ sign at 13>back2setup13> DOOR MODE[ ID or FP ]exit
21 13-1> DOOR MODE (detailed auto door mode instructions) [Open] : Always Open (Fail-Safe Mode)[Close] : Always Closed (Fail-Secure Mode) – no access with any form of authorization[FINGER] : Fingerprint Only – no access with ID or card[CD] : Card Only – no access with ID or fingerprint[ID or FP] : ID or Fingerprint Only – no access with card[ID or CD] : ID or Card Only – no access with fingerprint[CD or FP]: Card or Fingerprint Only – no access with ID[Any Mode]: Any Form of Authorization - access granted with any form of authorization[ID and FP]: Both ID and Fingerprint Required for Access – must punch in ID before fingerprint authentication[ID and CD]: Both ID and Card Required for Access – must punch in ID before Card authentication[CD and FP]: Both Card and Fingerprint Required for Access – card must be authorized before fingerprint authentication[ID&FP]or[CD&FP] : both ID and Fingerprint or both Card and Fingerprint are required for Access[ID&FP]or[CD] : both ID and Fingerprint or just Card are required for Access[ID&FP]or[ID&CD] : both ID and Fingerprint or both ID and Card are required for Access[ID & CD & FP]: all three forms needed for accessNOTE :For fingerprint disabled personnel, any mode of ID entrance is allowed, except for [CLOSE] mode.NOTE :The operation mode described above is shown in the graphic on the right located in the dotted square[ CD ]16: 10: 46 [WED]
22 14> DOOR TIME This menu is for setting the time when the lock device locks again after unlocking. NOTE :The default door time is 3 seconds.14> DOOR TIMEPress the ‘#’ sign when the above appears.2314> DOOR TIME03 TIME= 05 secSETTINGCOMPLETEDLocking time setup completeAble to setup a maximum of 99 seconds.After input press the “#”sign.15> DOOR ALARM (DOOR open ring) This menu if to setup an alarm (ring) when a user fails to close the door after entry or exit. When this happens the alarm will be activated after a user set time (1-99 seconds). The alarm will deactivate after the door closes properly.115> DOOR ALARMAt the screen above, press the ‘#’ sign.3415> DOOR ALARM03 TIME= 05 secSETTINGCOMPLETED215> DOOR ALARM1 : SETUP 2 : NODoor Alarm complete.Delay time can be setup up to 99 seconds. PressThe “#” sign after completion.To setup press “1”If you do not want this option press “2”
23 16> SET COMM ID (controller address setup) When networking several controllers to a computer, each controller needs its own unique address. This menu is to designate controllers a unique address or edit/change an existing address. (users are recommended to seek advice)116> SET COMM IDPress ‘#’ when the above is shown.216> SET COMM ID = 02Choose between 1~16 that will be the address and press “#”.3SETTINGCOMPLETEDAddress setup completeUsers must designate an address to each product that is connected. If the S/W is installed to the computer, it can be done from there.SF-3000 can each have address from 1-16The factory default setting is ‘1’. For more details refer to the ‘installers instruction manual’
24 17> SET TIME (controller time setup) The internal clock is used to save the time setup for an event. The internal clock must be exact.117> SET TIMENOTE :Sunday – 1Monday – 2Tuesday – 3Wednesday – 4Thursday - 5Friday – 6Saturday - 7Press the ‘#’ sign when the above is shown.2YEAR:MON:DAY05 : 09: 11Enter by order year, month, date and skip by pressing the ‘#’ sign.345HOUR:MIN:SEC10 : 11: 26S M T W T F SSETTINGCOMPLETED~First input the hour, minute and second and press the ‘#’ signTime setup completeSelect the day by pressing the number that corresponds to the day
25 18> SET CD TYPE (Wiegand type setup) This menu provides information on how to setup cards used for entry. This chapter will teach you how to register your card and change your card type.118> SET CD TYPEPress ‘#’ at 18>32FACILITY CODE0-255 :18> SET CD TYPE1:26 2:34 3:37Enter a secure code with the number buttons from ‘0’ to ‘255’1:26 – 26bit wiegand card(HID, EM, INDALA)2:34 – 34bit wiegand card (MIFARE)3:37 – 37bit wiegand card (KEICO)34SETTINGCOMPLETEDSETTINGCOMPLETEDCard type setup complete’Card type setup complete
26 19> BRIGHT ADJ (fingerprint sensor brightness setup) Press ‘#’ when the above menu is shown219> SET FG TYPE1 : LEVEL 2 : AUTOAdjusting the brightness4SETTINGCOMPLETEDFingerprint sensor brightness setup complete
27 20> SET REACCESS (authorization security setup) This function was created to decrease the troublesome situations of using a card again after a fingerprint is read as an error when a fingerprint scan is required after a card scan.NOTE :- If an admin is registered by a fingerprint, authorization security is not in effect when accessing the system menu.120> SET REACCESSPress the ‘#’ sign at 20>2320> SET REACCESS[ 3 ] 0-9 : 5SETTINGCOMPLETEDEnter the amount of times a re-scans allowed. Press the “#” sign after setup. (maximum : 10)Authorization security setup complete21> SET CD2 FUN (external reader function key) If a controller is connected to a reader, this function gives a function key to the external reader automatically, thus a an automatically setup function key is given to a user who is authorized from an external reader. Events of user entries from the reader are stored. (Ex. For time & attendance)12321> SET CD2 FUN21> SET CD2 FUN[F1-0] FUN= F2-1SETTINGCOMPLETEDSelect a key you wish to setup as a function key from F1 through F4 and enter a number (0-9)Press the ‘#’ sign at 21>External reader function key setup complete
28 22> SET ALM FUN (external alarm function setup) When opening a door and entering, an alarm will activate after pressing a set function key and inputting a card, fingerprint or ID number. This will be effective to alert security guards or law enforcement when an intruder forces a user to access a door.NOTE :To activate an alarm to indicate an intrusion, press the function key at the corresponding user/admin page from the machine and input an ID, fingerprint or card.Screen 2 explanation1: RELAY – activates an external alarm.2: BUZZER – an internal buzzer from the machine is activated.- Users may setup a function key to a RELAY or BUZZER122> SET ALM FUNPress the ‘#’ sign at 22>222> SET ALM FUN1:RELAY 2:BUZZER445Button 1 : External alarm setupButton 2 : Internal buzzer setup22> SET ALM FUN[Buzz] FUN= F0-0SETTINGCOMPLETEDPress a function key from F1 through F4, then press a button 0 through 9 and press the “#” sign3Alarm setup complete22> SET ALM FUN[Relay] FUN= F1-2Press a function key from F1 through F4, then press a button 0 through 9 and press the “#” sign
29 23> SET ANTIPASS (Anti-Pass Back) When a controller is located at an entrance and exit, a user must have permission to exit (Ex. Parking lot management, office security etc)12323> SET ANTIPASS23> SET ANTIPASS1:YES 2:NO SETTINGCOMPLETEDButton 1 : Anti-pass back setupButton 2 : Anti-pass back disable : ‘1’ for anti-pass back setup : ‘2’ for anti-pass back disablePress the ‘#’ sign at 23>Anti-Pass setup complete24> SET FIRE (fire/intrusion detect setup) This function is connected to a fire alert system. An alert signal is activated when there is a fire or intrusion.NOTE :This function is connected to a fire alert system. An alert signal is activated when there is a fire or intrusion and all doors are forced openIntrusion detect closes all doors when an intrusion is detected.124> FIRE-SENSORPress the ‘#’ sign at 24>224> FIRE-SENSOR1:YES 2:NO 33SETTINGCOMPLETEDButton 1 : fire detect setup (intrusion detect disable)Button 2 : fire detect disable (intrusion setup) : ‘1’ for fire detect setup : ‘2’ for intrusion setupFire/intrusion detect setup complete.
30 25> SET SECRET (ID security) For added security, ID shown in the LED screen will show as “********” when receiving authorization for entry.1NOTE :-Regardless of the digits of the ID of a user/admin, the following is shown “********”25> SET SECRETPress the ‘#’ sign at 25>2325> SET SECRET1:ON 2:OFF SETTINGCOMPLETEDButton 1 : ID security setupButton 2 : ID security deactivateID security setup complete26> SET LIMIT In this menu authorization is given once every set times (units of 10 minutes).12326> SET LIMIT26> SET LIMIT[MIN]<0-600>] : 010SETTINGCOMPLETEDPress the ‘#’ at 26>Entry limit setup completeTime is set in units of 1 minute. The above shows “10” therefore is 10 minutes.If a user is authorized at AM10:00, the user is unauthorized until AM10:10
31 27> SET DAYLIGHT This function is used to change or recover the time at a certain period in the controller (Ex-Summer Time)NOTE :Ex.)Change the time to October 11th 10:00 at September 11th 9:00.Change the time back to 2005 September 15th at 2005 October 15th 14:00.Warning : The setup of this menu can be set up in the program as well. When setting up from a controller that is connected to a computer, the computer’s time will interfere. Therefore, the time should be set offline. For communication purposes, setup from the program. (For instructions on how to set up from the program, please refer to the program manual)1627> SET DAYLIGHTSETTINGCOMPLETEDPress the ‘#’ sign at 27>Setup complete.25Y M D H M: 09 : :00Y M D H M:09 : : 00Press the ‘#’ sign after setting up new time of recoveryPress the ‘#’ after setting up the changed times34Y M D H M: 10 : :00Y M D H M: 10 : : 00Press the ‘#’ sign after setting up the time that is changed from the daylight savingsPress the ‘#’ sign after setting up the time of recovery.
32 List navigation button List navigation button 28> VIEW AT-FUNC (View setup function key) This function automatically saves the function key to the event without pressing any function keys only within a set time zone. This function is usually used to save users from pressing the function key to sign in and out of work all the time. In this menu you only have to assign a function key to a set time zone from the program. (See the program manual for edit and setup methods)List navigation buttonNext ButtonBack ButtonExit Menu1228> VIEW AT-FUNC[ 01 ] DAY : ALL13:00 18:00 F4-9The above shows: All days from 13:00 to 18:00 “F4-9” function key is automatic set so users do not have to press the function key.Press the ‘#’ sign when the above is shown.29> VIEW AT-DOOR (view set auto door time zones) In this menu times are recorded when an automatic door setup at the program is activated. This menu is used only to view set times for automatic doors. (for editing and setup procedures please refer to the program manual.)List navigation buttonforwardbackexit1229> VIEW AT-DOOR[ 01 ] DAY : ALL13: :00Press the ‘#’ sign at 29>Ex) the automatic doors are in operation from 13:00 to 18:00 everyday
33 List navigation buttons List navigation buttons 30> VIEW AT-MODE (view time management setup) This function is used for changing activation modes at set times. This is different from the switching modes in menu 13. In this function, operation modes are changed automatically. Only the operation mode’s set times are shown. (for editing and detailed information, please refer to the program manual)List navigation buttonsForwardBackExit1230> VIEW AT-MODE[ 01 ] DAY : fri11:00 14:00 [FP]Ex) from Friday 11:00 to 14:00 operation mode is “FINGER”Press ‘#’ at 30>31> VIEW BELL In this function, a bell is rung at set times automatically. This is usually used for school classroom bells or alarms. Users are only able to view set bell time zones. (for editing and detailed information please refer to the program manual.)List navigation buttonsforwardbackexit1231> VIEW BELL[ 01 ] DAY : fri11:00 T=005Press ‘#’ at 31>Ex) at Friday 11:00 a bell is rung for 5 seconds.
34 32> VIEW T-ZONE The user is able to see saved Timezone Index 32> VIEW T-ZONE The user is able to see saved Timezone Index. This menu is only able to view timezones that are setup. (for editing and detailed explanation please refer to the program manual.)List navigation buttonForwardBackExit1232> VIEW T-ZONE32> VIEW T-ZONEINDEX: 001 [Y]Press the ‘#’ sign at 32>View the setup timezone.(Up to 254 functions)33> VIEW NO-FUN (View function keys with no functions) This menu shows events saved when verification is denied and a door does not open. Users may only view function keys set up in the menu. (for editing and detailed information please refer to the program manual.1233> VIEW NO-FUN[F1-1] [F2-1][F3-1] [F4-1]Press ‘#’ at 33>Function key is setup as “F1-1” “F2-1” “F3-1” “F4-1”
35 35> TCP/IP DHCP Exiting the menu. 34> S/W VERSION VIEWView the current controllers Firm Ware VersionNOTE:-The current F/W version is 3.00 and future F/W will be updated.1234> S/W VERSION34> S/W VERSIONVER : 3.00Press the ‘#’ sign at 34>.35> TCP/IP DHCP Exiting the menu.1235> TCP/IP DHCP35>TCP/IP DHCP1. ON 2.OFF Press the ‘#’ sign.TCP/IP DHCP On/Off verification
36 36> IP ADDRESS (VIEW IP ADDRESS) View the current controller’s IP ADDRESSNOTE:-The current IP ADDRESS is display. You can change this Ip address as you want.1236> IP ADDRESS36> IP ADDRESSPress the ‘#’ sign at 36>.37> SUBNET MASK View the current controller’s SUBNET MASK.NOTE:-The current Subnet Mask address is set to This menu is only for viewing the address. Address setting is done from the terminal or the S/W.1237> SUBNET MASK37>SUBNET MASKPress the ‘#’ sign.
37 39> LANGUAGE View the current controller’s LANGUAGE OPTION. 36> GATEWAYView the current controller’s IP ADDRESSNOTE:-The current GATEWAY is set to This menu is only for viewing the address. Address setting is done from the terminal or the S/W.1238> GATEWAY38> GATEWAYPress the ‘#’ sign at 38>.39> LANGUAGE View the current controller’s LANGUAGE OPTION.NOTE:-1. KR (KOREAN)-2. EN (ENGLISH)-3. CH (CHINESE)1239> LANGUAGE39>LANGUAGE1. KR 2. EN 3. CHPress the ‘#’ sign.
38 40> SAVE ENROLLSaving currently registered users to the USB MemoryNOTE:-This menu displays how to save registered users to the USB memory stick.- Only USB2.0(FAT, FAT32 format) can be used.1240> SAVE ENROLL40> SAVE ENROLL1. YES 2. NOPress the ‘#’ sign at 40>.41> LOAD ENROLL Uploading registered users to the controller from the USB Memory.1241> LOAD ENROLL41>LOAD ENROLL1.YES 2. NOPress the ‘#’ sign.
39 42> SAVE SLOGSaving ALL EVENTS from the controller to the USB Memory.1242> SAVE SLOG36> SAVE SLOG1. YES 2. NOPress the ‘#’ sign at 42>.43> SAVE GLOG Saving Time & Attendance EVENTS from the controller to the USB Memory.1243> SAVE GLOG43>SAVE GLOG1. YES 2. NOPress the ‘#’ sign.
40 44> EXIT (EXITING THE MENU) Closing the menuNOTE:-Press ‘F4’ to exit menu at anytime.1244> EXIT[CD]12:56:32 [THU]Press the ‘#’ sign at 44>.To initial screen
42 How to use the function key The Function Key is usually used in for time & attendance.The admin is able to setup a certain value to a function key in the program (F1 = sign in) The admin is then able to find out the sign in status.ACTIVATING FUNCTION KEY THROUGH FINGERPRINT INPUTACTIVATING FUNCTION KEY THROUGH ID INPUTACTIVATING FUNCTION KEY THROUGH CARD INPUT[ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [THU][ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [THU][ A N Y M O D E ]16: 10: 46 [THU]+++1. PRESS A NUMBER KEY AFTER PRESSING A FUNCTION KEY.Press a function key (F1~F4) only or, press a number key after pressing a function key.2. INPUT A FINGERPRINT USED FOR ENTRY.1. Press a function key (F1~F4) at the initial screen or press a function key after pressing a number key.2. Enter the ID number used for entry.1. Press a function key (F1~F4) at the initial screen or press a function key after pressing a number key.2. Enter the ID number used for entry.NOTE :The function key should be used with the time & attendance program. Only enter a function for the time & attendance and only saves data of entries.
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