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DS-K3B411SX Series Swing Barrier User Manual

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DEVELOPMENT OR PRODUCTION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, THE DEVELOPMENT OR PRODUCTION OF CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, ANY ACTIVITIES IN THE CONTEXT RELATED TO ANY NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE OR UNSAFE NUCLEAR FUEL-CYCLE, OR IN SUPPORT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES. IN THE EVENT OF ANY CONFLICTS BETWEEN THIS MANUAL AND THE APPLICABLE LAW, THE LATTER PREVAILS.

Data Protection During the use of device, personal data will be collected, stored and processed. To protect data, the development of Hikvision devices incorporates privacy by design principles. For example, for device with facial recognition features, biometrics data is stored in your device with encryption method; for fingerprint device, only fingerprint template will be saved, which is impossible to reconstruct a fingerprint image. As data controller, you are advised to collect, store, process and transfer data in accordance with the applicable data protection laws and regulations, including without limitation, conducting security controls to safeguard personal data, such as, implementing reasonable administrative and physical security controls, conduct periodic reviews and assessments of the effectiveness of your security controls.

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Regulatory Information

FCC Information Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. 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 guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help FCC Conditions This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

EU Conformity Statement

This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE" and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed

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under the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, LVD Directive 2014/35/EU, the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU

2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info

2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product documentation for specific battery information. The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information see:www.recyclethis.info

Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B) standards requirements.

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Safety Instruction

These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to avoid danger or property loss. The precaution measure is divided into Dangers and Cautions: Dangers: Neglecting any of the warnings may cause serious injury or death. Cautions: Neglecting any of the cautions may cause injury or equipment damage.

Dangers: Follow these safeguards to prevent serious injury or death.

Cautions: Follow these precautions to prevent potential injury or material damage.

Danger: In the use of the product, you must be in strict compliance with the electrical safety regulations

of the nation and region. The equipment must be connected to an earthed mains socket-outlet. Shock hazard! Disconnect all power sources before maintenance. Do not touch the bare metal contacts of the inlets after the circuit breaker is turned off.

Electricity still exists. indicates hazardous live and the external wiring connected to the terminals requires installation by an instructed person.

Keep body parts away from fan blades. Disconnect the power source during servicing. Keep body parts away from motors. Disconnect the power source during servicing. To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods. All the electronic operation should be strictly compliance with the electrical safety regulations, fire prevention regulations and other related regulations in your local region.

Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as adapter overload may cause over-heat or fire hazard.

Please make sure that the power has been disconnected before you wire, install or dismantle the device. If the top caps should be open and the device should be powered on for maintenance, make sure: 1. Power off the fan to prevent the operator from getting injured accidentally. 2. Do not touch bare high-voltage components. 3. Make sure the switchs wiring sequence is correct after maintenance.

Please make sure that the power has been disconnected before you wire, install or dismantle the device.

When the product is installed on wall or ceiling, the device shall be firmly fixed. If smoke, odors or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and unplug the power

cable, and then please contact the service center.

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Do not ingest battery, Chemical Burn Hazard. This product contains a coin/button cell battery. If the coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and can lead to death. Keep new and used batteries away from children. If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention.

If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service center. Never attempt to disassemble the device yourself. (We shall not assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.)

Cautions: The equipment shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with

liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the equipment. Ensure correct wiring of the terminals for connection to an AC mains supply. The equipment has been designed, when required, modified for connection to an IT power distribution system.

+ identifies the positive terminal(s) of equipment which is used with, or generates direct current. + identifies the negative terminal(s) of equipment which is used with, or generates direct current.

No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the equipment. This equipment is suitable for mounting on concrete or other non-combustible surface only. Install the equipment according to the instructions in this manual. To prevent injury, this equipment must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with

the installation instructions. Stainless steel may be corroded in some circumstances. You need to clean and care the device by

using the stainless steel cleaner. It is suggested to clean the device every month. Do not drop the device or subject it to physical shock, and do not expose it to high electromagnetism radiation. Avoid the equipment installation on vibrations surface or places subject to shock (ignorance can cause equipment damage).

Do not place the device in extremely hot (refer to the specification of the device for the detailed operating temperature), cold, dusty or damp locations, and do not expose it to high electromagnetic radiation.

The device cover for indoor use shall be kept from rain and moisture. Exposing the equipment to direct sun light, low ventilation or heat source such as heater or

radiator is forbidden (ignorance can cause fire danger). Do not aim the device at the sun or extra bright places. A blooming or smear may occur

otherwise (which is not a malfunction however), and affecting the endurance of sensor at the same time.

Please use the provided glove when open up the device cover, avoid direct contact with the device cover, because the acidic sweat of the fingers may erode the surface coating of the device cover.

Please use a soft and dry cloth when clean inside and outside surfaces of the device cover, do not use alkaline detergents.

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Please keep all wrappers after unpack them for future use. In case of any failure occurred, you need to return the device to the factory with the original wrapper. Transportation without the original wrapper may result in damage on the device and lead to additional costs.

Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in hazard of explosion. Replace with the same or equivalent type only. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.

Biometric recognition products are not completely applicable to anti-spoofing environments. If you require a higher security level, use multiple authentication modes.

Do not stay in the lane when the device is rebooting. RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED

BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS. SUITABLE FOR MOUNTING ON CONCRETE OR OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE SURFACE ONLY. The instructions shall require connection of the equipment protective earthing conductor to the installation protective earthing conductor.

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Available Models

Product Name Model Type Example Description

Swing Barrier DS-K3B411SX-L DS-K3B411SX-L/M Left Pedestal

DS-K3B411SX-M DS-K3B411SX-M/M DS-K3B411SX-M/M 868

Middle Pedestal

DS-K3B411SX-R DS-K3B411SX-R/M DS-K3B411SX-R/M 868

Right Pedestal

DS-K3B411SX-LS DS-K3B411SX-LS/M Left Pedestal (No Barrier)

DS-K3B411SX-MS DS-K3B411SX-MS/M Middle Pedestal (Single Barrier)

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Contents Chapter 1 Overview .................................................................................................................... 1

1.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 1

1.2 Main Features ........................................................................................................................ 1

Chapter 2 System Wiring ............................................................................................................ 3

Chapter 3 Installation ................................................................................................................. 6

3.1 Disassemble Pedestals ........................................................................................................... 6

3.2 Install Pedestals ..................................................................................................................... 6

Chapter 4 General Wiring ......................................................................................................... 11

4.1 Components Introduction .................................................................................................... 11

4.2 Wiring Electric Supply .......................................................................................................... 12

4.3 Wire Interconnecting Cable ................................................................................................. 13

4.3.1 Pull Interconnecting Cable .......................................................................................... 15

4.4 Wire Network Switch (Optional) .......................................................................................... 19

4.5 Terminal Description ............................................................................................................ 21

4.5.1 Main Control Board Terminal Description ................................................................... 21

4.5.2 Sub Control Board Terminal Description ..................................................................... 22

4.5.3 BUS Terminal Description ............................................................................................ 23

4.5.4 Access Control Board Terminal Description ................................................................ 25

4.5.5 Access Control Board UART Description ..................................................................... 31

4.5.6 RS-485 Wiring ............................................................................................................. 36

4.5.7 RS-232 Wiring ............................................................................................................. 37

4.5.8 Barrier Control Wiring ................................................................................................. 38

4.5.9 Alarm Output Wiring ................................................................................................... 39

4.5.10 Exit Button Wiring ..................................................................................................... 39

Chapter 5 Device Settings ......................................................................................................... 40

5.1 Pair Keyfob (Optional) .......................................................................................................... 40

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5.2 Initialize Device .................................................................................................................... 41

5.3 Switch Relay Output Mode (NO/NC) .................................................................................... 42

5.3.1 Barrier Control Relay Output Mode ............................................................................ 42

5.3.2 Alarm Relay Output Mode (NO/NC) ............................................................................ 44

Chapter 6 Activation ................................................................................................................. 47

6.1 Activate via SADP ................................................................................................................. 47

6.2 Activate Device via Client Software ...................................................................................... 48

Chapter 7 Client Software Configuration ................................................................................... 50

7.1 Configuration Flow of Client Software ................................................................................. 50

7.2 Device Management ............................................................................................................ 50

7.2.1 Add Device .................................................................................................................. 51

7.2.2 Reset Device Password ................................................................................................ 58

7.3 Group Management ............................................................................................................. 58

7.3.1 Add Group ................................................................................................................... 59

7.3.2 Import Resources to Group ......................................................................................... 59

7.3.3 Edit Resource Parameters ........................................................................................... 59

7.3.4 Remove Resources from Group .................................................................................. 60

7.4 Person Management ............................................................................................................ 60

7.4.1 Add Organization ........................................................................................................ 60

7.4.2 Configure Basic Information ....................................................................................... 61

7.4.3 Issue a Card by Local Mode ......................................................................................... 61

7.4.4 Upload a Face Photo from Local PC ............................................................................ 63

7.4.5 Take a Photo via Client ................................................................................................ 64

7.4.6 Collect Face via Access Control Device ....................................................................... 65

7.4.7 Collect Fingerprint via Client ....................................................................................... 66

7.4.8 Configure Access Control Information ........................................................................ 67

7.4.9 Customize Person Information .................................................................................... 68

7.4.10 Configure Resident Information ................................................................................ 69

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7.4.11 Configure Additional Information ............................................................................. 70

7.4.12 Import and Export Person Identify Information ........................................................ 70

7.4.13 Import Person Information ....................................................................................... 70

7.4.14 Import Person Pictures ............................................................................................. 71

7.4.15 Export Person Information ........................................................................................ 71

7.4.16 Export Person Pictures .............................................................................................. 72

7.4.17 Get Person Information from Access Control Device ................................................ 72

7.4.18 Move Persons to Another Organization .................................................................... 73

7.4.19 Issue Cards to Persons in Batch ................................................................................. 73

7.4.20 Report Card Loss ....................................................................................................... 74

7.4.21 Set Card Issuing Parameters ...................................................................................... 74

7.5 Configure Schedule and Template ....................................................................................... 75

7.5.1 Add Holiday ................................................................................................................. 75

7.5.2 Add Template .............................................................................................................. 76

7.6 Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons .............................................. 77

7.7 Configure Advanced Functions ............................................................................................ 80

7.7.1 Configure Device Parameters ...................................................................................... 80

7.7.2 Configure Remaining Open/Closed ............................................................................. 86

7.7.3 Configure Multi-Factor Authentication ....................................................................... 87

7.7.4 Configure Custom Wiegand Rule ................................................................................ 89

7.7.5 Configure Card Reader Authentication Mode and Schedule ...................................... 91

7.7.6 Configure First Person In ............................................................................................. 93

7.7.7 Configure Anti-Passback ............................................................................................. 94

7.7.8 Configure Device Parameters ...................................................................................... 95

7.8 Configure Linkage Actions for Access Control ...................................................................... 96

7.8.1 Configure Client Actions for Access Event ................................................................... 96

7.8.2 Configure Device Actions for Access Event ................................................................. 97

7.8.3 Configure Device Actions for Card Swiping ................................................................. 99

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7.9 Door Control ...................................................................................................................... 100

7.9.1 Control Door Status ................................................................................................... 100

7.9.2 Check Real-Time Access Records .............................................................................. 101

7.10 Event Center .................................................................................................................... 102

7.10.1 Enable Receiving Events from Devices .................................................................... 102

7.10.2 View Real-Time Events ............................................................................................ 103

7.10.3 Search Historical Events .......................................................................................... 104

7.11 Time and Attendance ....................................................................................................... 107

7.11.1 Configure Attendance Parameters .......................................................................... 107

7.11.2 Add General Timetable ........................................................................................... 114

7.11.3 Add Shift .................................................................................................................. 117

7.11.4 Manage Shift Schedule ........................................................................................... 120

7.11.5 Manually Correct Check-in/out Record ................................................................... 123

7.11.6 Add Leave and Business Trip ................................................................................... 124

7.11.7 Calculate Attendance Data ...................................................................................... 125

7.11.8 Attendance Statistics .............................................................................................. 127

7.12 Remote Configuration via Client Software ....................................................................... 130

7.12.1 Check Device Information ....................................................................................... 130

7.12.2 Edit Device Name .................................................................................................... 130

7.12.3 Edit Time ................................................................................................................. 130

7.12.4 Set System Maintenance ......................................................................................... 131

7.12.5 Manage Network User ............................................................................................ 131

7.12.6 Manage Keyfob User ............................................................................................... 132

7.12.7 Set Security ............................................................................................................. 132

7.12.8 Configure Screen Parameters .................................................................................. 132

7.12.9 Configure Screen Parameters .................................................................................. 133

7.12.10 Configure Advanced Network ............................................................................... 134

7.12.11 Configure Audio File .............................................................................................. 134

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7.12.12 View Relay Status .................................................................................................. 135

Appendix A. DIP Switch Description ........................................................................................ 136

Appendix B. Event and Alarm Type ......................................................................................... 137

Appendix C. Table of Audio Index Related Content ................................................................. 138

Appendix D. Error Code Description ........................................................................................ 139

Appendix E. Communication Matrix and Device Command ..................................................... 141

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Chapter 1 Overview

1.1 Introduction

Figure 1-1 Appearance

The swing barrier is designed to detect unauthorized entrance or exit. By adopting the swing barrier integratedly with the access control system, personnel should authenticate to pass through the lane via swiping IC or ID card, scanning QR code, etc. It is widely used in attractions, stadiums, construction sites, residences, etc.

1.2 Main Features 32-bit high-speed processor TCP/IP network communication and network speed adaptive

The communication data is specially encrypted to relieve the concern of privacy leak Permissions validation and anti-tailgating Remaining open/closed mode selectable Bidirectional (Entering/Exiting) lane

The barrier opening and closing speed can be configured according to the visitor flow The barrier will be locked or stop working when people are nipped Anti-forced-accessing

The barrier will be locked automatically without open-barrier signal. Self-detection, Self-diagnostics, and automatic alarm Audible and visual alarm will be triggered when detecting intrusion, tailgating, reverse passing,

and climbing over barrier IP conflict detection Remote control and management Online/offline operation LED indicates the entrance/exit and passing status

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Barrier is in open status when powered down; If the device is installed with supercapacitor, the barrier remains open when powered down

Fire alarm passing When the fire alarm is triggered, the barrier will be open automatically for emergency evacuation

Valid passing duration settings System will cancel the passing permission if a person does not pass through the lane within the valid passing duration

Opens/Closes barrier according to the schedule template

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Chapter 2 System Wiring

The preparation before installation and general wiring.

Steps 1. Draw a central line on the installation surface of the left or right pedestal. 2. Draw other parallel lines for installing the other pedestals.

Note The distance between the nearest two line is L+200 mm. L represents the lane width.

3. Slot on the installation surface and dig installation holes according to the hole position diagram.

Figure 2-1 Hole Position Diagram 4. Bury cables. Each lane buries 1 network cable and 1 high voltage cable. For details, see the

system wiring diagram below.

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Figure 2-2 System Wiring Diagram (General Wiring)

Note The supplied interconnecting cable length is 3.75 m. If you need a longer one, you can buy a

new accessory. The suggested inner diameter of the low voltage conduit is larger than 30 mm. If you want to bury both of the AC power cord and the low voltage cable at the entrance, the

two cables should be in separated conduits to avoid interference. If more peripherals are required to connect, you should increase the conduit diameter or bury

another conduit for the external cables. The external AC power cord should be double-insulated. The network cable must be CAT5e or the network cable has better performance. And the

suggested network cable length should be less than 100 m.

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Figure 2-3 Wire Face Recognition Terminal

Note The face recognition terminal installed on the left pedestal will gain power from the sub

switch, which should connect to high voltage. The suggested inner diameter of the low voltage conduit is larger than 30 mm. The supplied interconnecting cable length is 3.75 m. If you need a longer one, you can extend

the cable by yourself. If you want to bury both of the AC power cord and the low voltage cable at the entrance, the

two cables should be in separated conduits to avoid interference. If more peripherals are required to connect, you should increase the conduit diameter or bury

another conduit for the external cables. The external AC power cord should be double-insulated. The network cable must be CAT5e or the network cable has better performance. And the

suggested network cable length should be less than 100 m.

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Chapter 3 Installation

3.1 Disassemble Pedestals Before installation, you should use the key to open the pedestals. View the pictures below to find the lock holes.

Figure 3-1 Lock Holes

3.2 Install Pedestals Before You Start Prepare for the installation tools, check the device and the accessories, and clear the installation base.

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Steps

Note The device should be installed on the concrete surface or other non-flammable surfaces. In order to prevent stainless steel from rusting due to dirt during the construction process, it is

recommended to tear off the protective film after the device is installed. There may be residual glue at the film cutting position, and it is recommended to wipe the film with WD-40 protective liquid after tearing the film.

No face recognition terminal installed: If the installation area is too close to the wall, make sure the distance between the pedestal and the wall should be more than 20 mm, or the surface may be scratched.

Figure 3-2 Installation Distance (Without Face Recognition Terminal) Face recognition terminal installed: If the installation area is too close to the wall, make sure the

distance between the pedestal and the wall should be more than 20 mm, or the surface may be scratched.

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Figure 3-3 Installation Distance (With Face Recognition Terminal) The dimension is as follows.

Figure 3-4 Double-Barrier Dimension

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Figure 3-5 Single-Barrier Dimension

1. Prepare for the installation tools, check the components, and prepare for the installation base. 2. Drill holes on the ground according to the installation holes on the pedestals and insert the

expansion sleeves. 3. Seal the bottom of the turnstile to avoid water from entering. 4. According to the entrance and exit marks on the pedestals, move the pedestals to the

corresponded positions.

Note Make sure the installation holes on the pedestals and the base are aligned with each other.

5. Secure the pedestals with expansion bolts.

Note Do not immerse the pedestal in the water. In special circumstances, the immersed height

should be no more than 150 mm. The installation footprint is as follows:

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Figure 3-6 Installation Footprint

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Chapter 4 General Wiring

4.1 Components Introduction By default, basic components of the turnstile are connected well. The pedestals can communicate by wiring the interconnecting cables. And the turnstile supports wiring the AC electric supply for the whole system's power supply.

Note The voltage fluctuation of the electric supply is between 85 VAC and 264 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz.

The picture displayed below describes each component's position on the turnstile.

Note The diagram is for reference only.

Figure 4-1 Components Diagram 1

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Note The reinstalled supercapacitor needs to be powered on for at least 3 minutes before it can work normally.

The picture displayed below describes the IR adapter and the IR sending/receiving board and their corresponding number on the pedestal.

Figure 4-2 Components 2

Note If the turnstile contains two lanes, standing at the entrance position, the IR boards on the left pedestal are the IR sending boards. The IR boards on the right pedestal are the IR receiving boards. The IR boards on the left side of the middle pedestal are the IR receiving boards, while the IR boards on the right side of the middle pedestal are the IR sending boards.

4.2 Wiring Electric Supply Wire electric supply with the switch in the pedestal. Terminal L and terminal N are on the switch, while terminal PE should connect to a ground wire (yellow and green wire).

Before wiring, open the protective cover outside the switch.

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Note The cable bare part should be no more than 8 mm. It is suggested that you can immerse the

bare part into the liquid tin. If possible, wear an insulation cap at the end of the bare cable. Make sure there's no bare copper or cable after the wiring.

The Terminal L and the Terminal N cannot be wired reversely. Do not wire the input and output terminal reversely.

To avoid people injury and device damage, when testing, the ground resistance of the equipotential points should not be larger than 2 .

4.3 Wire Interconnecting Cable You should use interconnecting cables to connect the main lane board and the sub lane board for components communication.

The picture displayed below describes the cable hole's position on the pedestals.

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Figure 4-3 Cable Hole of Interconnecting Cable

Follow the instructions below to connect the interconnecting cable.

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Figure 4-4 Connect Interconnecting Cable

4.3.1 Pull Interconnecting Cable

Steps 1. Use the key to unlock the upper lock of the pedestals and remove the top cover.

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Figure 4-5 Dissemble Top Cover 2. Dissemble the card presenting board.

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Figure 4-6 Dissemble Card Presenting Board 3. Dissemble the card reader module.

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Figure 4-7 Dissemble Card Reader Module 4. Pull the interconnecting cable out from the bottom up with pull-out tool, and other wiring

operations can be performed.

Note Interconnecting cable includes a network cable and a power supply cable of 24 V.

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Figure 4-8 Pull out Interconnecting Cable

4.4 Wire Network Switch (Optional) Connect the network cable and the network switch.

Steps

Note The device do not support the PoE network switch. Connecting with the PoE network switch may damage the control board.

1. Use the key to open the top cover of the pedestal.

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Figure 4-9 Open Top Cover 2. Attach the network switch to the position shown in the figure with adhesive.

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Figure 4-10 Network Switch Position 3. Lead out the 12 V power supply from the power switch and connect it to the switch power

interface. 4. Connect the network cable according to your actual needs.

4.5 Terminal Description The lane controller contains main lane controller and sub lane controller, which controls the IR beams, motor, and other components' work.

4.5.1 Main Control Board Terminal Description

The main lane control board contains power input, BUS interface, interconnecting interface, supercapacitor interface, IR interface, barrier position control board interface and motor drive interface.

The picture displayed below is the main control board diagram.

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Figure 4-11 Main Control Board Terminal

4.5.2 Sub Control Board Terminal Description

The sub lane control board contains power input, BUS interface, interconnecting interface, supercapacitor interface, IR interface, barrier position control board interface and motor drive interface.

The picture displayed below is the sub control board diagram.

Figure 4-12 Sub Control Board Terminal

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4.5.3 BUS Terminal Description

You can connect the lane controller light board, fan, TAMPER, lane control board, card reader, face recognition terminal, QR code scanner, etc. via the BUS terminal.

Note Part of the wiring has been completed at the factory, please connect according to actual needs. If you have to connect card reader, face recognition module, and fingerprint module at the same time, you should connect the card reader and the face recognition module to a same RS-485 interface, while the fingerprint module can connect to an RS-485/RS-232 interface with the jumper cap.

Table 4-1 BUS Terminal in Main Lane Controller

Terminal Name Description

Lane Controller Light Board 1 Connects lane controller light board 1

Lane Controller Light Board 2 Connects lane controller light board 2

Fan 1 Connects fan 1

Fan 2 Connects fan 2

TAMPER Connects TAMPER

Lane Controller Board Connect sub lane controller board

5 V Reserved

Port 1

Note External card reader or face recognition terminal is recommended to access. If both should be connected, you should configure the address code for both of the devices.

Red 12 V: connects 12 VDC power supply terminal

Yellow 485A/232A+: card reader RS-485A+/RS-232A+ access terminal

Blue 485A/232A-: card reader RS-485A-/RS-232A- access terminal

Black GND: grounding

Table 4-2 BUS Terminal in Sub Lane Controller (Left Pedestal)

Terminal Name Description

Lane Controller Light Board 1 Connects lane controller light board 1

Lane Controller Light Board 2 Connects lane controller light board 2

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Fan 1 Connects fan 1

Fan 2 Connects fan 2

TAMPER Connects TAMPER

Lane Controller Board Connect main lane controller board

Port 5

Note External card reader is recommended to access.

Red 12 V: connects 12 VDC power supply terminal

Yellow 485E/232E+: card reader RS-485E+/RS-232E+ access terminal

Blue 485E/232E-: card reader RS-485E-/RS-232E- access terminal

Black GND: grounding

Port 6

Note External face recognition terminal is recommended to access.

Red 12 V: connects 12 VDC power supply terminal

Yellow 485F/232F+: card reader RS-485F+/RS-232F+ access terminal

Blue 485F/232F-: card reader RS-485F-/RS-232F- access terminal

Black GND: grounding

Table 4-3 BUS Terminal in Sub Lane Controller (Middle Pedestal)

Terminal Name Description

Lane Controller Light Board 1 Connects lane controller light board 1

Lane Controller Light Board 2 Connects lane controller light board 2

Lane Controller Board Connect main lane controller board

Port 5

Note External card reader is recommended to access.

Red 12 V: connects 12 VDC power supply terminal

Yellow 485E/232E+: card reader RS-485E+/RS-232E+ access terminal

Blue 485E/232E-: card reader RS-485E-/RS-232E- access terminal

Black GND: grounding

Port 6

Note External face recognition terminal is recommended to access.

Red 12 V: connects 12 VDC power supply terminal

Yellow 485F/232F+: card reader RS-485F+/RS-232F+ access terminal

Blue 485F/232F-: card reader RS-485F-/RS-232F- access terminal

Black GND: grounding

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4.5.4 Access Control Board Terminal Description

Access control board is mainly used for authority identification in places with high security levels such as public security or judicial place, external device accessing, and communication with the upper platform and lane controller.

Figure 4-13 Access Control Board Terminal

Table 4-4 Access Control Board Terminal Description

Access Control Board Terminal Description

Power Output 1 +12 V 12 VDC Power Output /

G Grounding

RS-485 Interface RS-485 C+ Connect to Card Reader RS485+ RS-485 card reader ID factory DIP is 1 and 3. 1

RS-485 C- Connect to Card Reader RS485-

GND Grounding

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represents the passage entrance, and 3 represents the passage exit. UART 1 in the main control board corresponds to the entrance card reader, and UART 5 in the main control board corresponds to the exit card reader.

If you has configured a guest card, the exit needs to be connected to two card readers, one with the DIP 4 and the other with the DIP 3. The card reader 3 and the card receiver are used together, the ordinary user swipes the card on the card reader

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4, and the guest user swipes the card on the card reader 3.

This is the RS-485 interface, which cannot be switched by dialing.

If you have to connect card reader, face recognition module, and fingerprint module at the same time, you should connect the card reader and the face recognition module to a same RS-485 interface, while the fingerprint module can connect to an RS-485/ RS-232 interface with the jumper cap.

Power Output 2 5 V 5 VDC Power Output /

G Grounding

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RS-232 Interface G Grounding This is the RS-232 interface, which cannot be switched by dialing.

The RS-232 interface's QR code transmission database should no more than 64 bit.

By default, there is no QR code scanner on the left pedestal of the device entrance. If you need to connect an additional QR code scanner, you need to connect it through the RS-232 interface here. After the cable is connected to the RS-232 interface, it passes through the embedded pipe and

RS-232 G- Connect to RS-232G-

RS-232 G+ Connect to Card Reader RS-232G+

G Grounding

RS-232 H- Connect to RS-232H-

RS-232 H+ Connect to Card Reader RS-232H+

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connects with the QR code on the left.

Power Input +24 V 24 VDC Power Input /

GND Grounding

Event Input C1 Event Alarm Input 1 The event alarm input hardware interface is remaining open, and only supports access to remaining open signals, which can be linked to the host buzzer output, card reader buzzer output, alarm relay output, door open relay output, etc.

G Grounding

C2 Event Alarm Input 2

Exit Button B2 Door 2 Signal Input /

G Grounding

B1 Door 1 Signal Input

Door Lock (Relay) D1- Door 1 Relay Output (Dry Contact) If necessary, the door lock relay can be used to control the third-party barrier switch. D1 controls the door opening for ordinary entrance, and

D1+

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D2 controls the door opening for ordinary exit.

D2- Door 2 Relay Output (Dry Contact) If necessary, the door lock relay can be used to control the third-party barrier switch. D1 controls the door opening for ordinary entrance, and D2 controls the door opening for ordinary exit.

D2+

Alarm Output NO/NC1 Alarm Output Relay 1 (Dry Contact) The alarm output supports switch output.

COM1

NO/NC2 Alarm Output Relay 2 (Dry Contact) The alarm output supports switch output.

COM2

Loudspeaker / Connect to loudspeaker /

Network Interface LAN Network Accessing /

Fire Input XF Fire input /

G Grounding

Note You can swtich between RS-485 and RS-232 via the DIP switch on the access control board. For

details about DIP switch and swiching method, see Access Control Board UART Description . For details about DIP switch operation, see DIP Switch Description .

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4.5.5 Access Control Board UART Description

You can set the device mode, switch the communication mode of the corresponding UART, and initialize the device through the DIP on the access control board. The DIP switch of the access control board is shown in the figure below:

Note The diagram is for reference only.

Figure 4-14 DIP Switch on Access Control Board

DIP A can set the device mode, DIP 2 to 5 can set the RS-485/RS-232 interface, and DIP B can also be used to initialize the device. The UART corresponding to the DIP Switch is shown in the figure below:

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Figure 4-15 UART No. Description

The corresponding functions of different DIP Switch are described as follows:

No. Device Mode UART No. Function Binary Value

DIP A 1 to 2: Work Mode

/ Normal Mode

Test Mode

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No. Device Mode UART No. Function Binary Value

3: Memory Mode Enable Memory Mode

Disable Memory Mode

4: Keyfob Paring Mode

Enable Keyfob Paring Mode

Disable Keyfob Paring Mode

5 to 8: Passing Mode

Controlled Bi- direction

Controlled Entrance and Prohibit Exit

Controlled Entrance and Free Exit

Free Bi-direction

Free Entrance and Controlled Exit

Free Entrance and Prohibit Exit

Prohibited Bi- direction

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No. Device Mode UART No. Function Binary Value

Prohibit Entrance and Controlled Exit

Prohibit Entrance and Free Exit

DIP B 1 to 3 UART 5 ON: UART 5 is RS- 232E Interface

/

4 to 6 ON: UART 5 is RS- 485E Interface

/

7 / Reserved /

8 / Default is OFF. You can dial to ON for initial operation

/

DIP C 1 to 3 UART 6 ON: UART 6 is RS- 232F Interface

/

4 to 6 ON: UART 6 is RS- 485F Interface

/

7 / Reserved /

8 / Reserved /

DIP D 1 to 3 UART 1 ON: UART 1 is RS- 232A Interface

/

4 to 6 ON: UART 1 is RS- 485A Interface

/

7 / Reserved /

8 / Reserved /

DIP E 1 to 3 UART 3 ON: UART 3 is RS- 232C Interface

/

4 to 6 ON: UART 3 is RS- 485C Interface

/

7 / Reserved /

8 / Reserved /

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Note For proper communication between turnstile and peripherals, DIP Switch No. 1 to 3, 4 to 6, 7, and 8 of DIP B, DIP C, DIP D, and DIP E cannot be turned ON at the same time.

The reserved UART terminal positions in the turnstile and their corresponded UART No. are as follows:

Note The diagram is for reference only.

Figure 4-16 Interface and Corresponded UART No.

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4.5.6 RS-485 Wiring

Note The RS-485 interfaces are for connecting ID card reader, IC card reader, card reader, card recycler,

text screen, and face recognition terminal. Take the wiring of RS-485 card reader as an example. For details about text screen, see Configuring Screen Parameters in User Manual of iVMS-4200

AC Client Software.

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4.5.7 RS-232 Wiring

Note Access control board of pedestal can connect QR code scanner, card recycler, and face recognition terminal via RS-232 interface.

For details about text screen, see Configuring Screen Parameters in User Manual of iVMS-4200 AC Client Software.

Take the wiring of text screen as an example.

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4.5.8 Barrier Control Wiring

By default, the barrier has connected with the access control board. The lane control board can control the barrier status. If possible, the device can connect with a third party lane control board to control the third party barriers. Interface D1 controls barrier opening for entrance, while interface D2 controls barrier opening for exit.

Note Use the jumper cap to switch the relay status. For details, see Barrier Control Relay Output Mode .

Entering Wiring

Exiting Wiring

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4.5.9 Alarm Output Wiring

Note For details about changing the relay output status via the jumper cap, see Alarm Relay Output Mode (NO/NC) .

4.5.10 Exit Button Wiring

You can view the exit button wiring diagram.

Figure 4-17 Exit Button Wiring

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Chapter 5 Device Settings

After installation and wiring completed, the turnstile will learn the open and closed position automatically. After the learning, the turnstile is in the normal mode. You can also set the turnstile to test mode, passing mode and memory mode, pair the keyfob, initialize the hardware, switching between RS-485 communication mode and RS-232 communication mode, and view relay output NO/NC diagram by setting the DIP switch on the access control board. Normal Mode: The device will work properly. Test Mode: Test mode is the same as the normal mode except that the device cannot report the

alarm, the event, or the people counting information to the center. Passing Mode: There are 9 passing modes, including controlled bi-direction, controlled entrance

and prohibited exit, controlled entrance and free exit, free bi-direction, free entrance and controlled exit, free entrance and prohibited exit, prohibited bi-direction, prohibited entrance and free exit.

Memory Mode: By default, the memory mode is enabled. When multiple cards are presented and authenticated, it allows multiple persons passing through the lane. When it counts the passing people number is equal to the card presented times, or no person passing through the lane after the last person passing, the barriers will be closed.

Note You can also set the DIP switch on the access control board to control the entrance and exit controlling type, keyfob pairing, etc. For details about the DIP switch value, see Access Control Board UART Description .

5.1 Pair Keyfob (Optional) Pair the remote control to the device through DIP switch to open/close the barrier remotely.

Before You Start Ask our technique supports or sales and purchase the keyfob.

Steps

Note Up to 32 keyfobs can be added to the turnstile. You can set the keyfob to one-to-one mode or one-to-many mode via the DIP switch on the

keyfob. Here takes one-to-one mode as an example to explain. For one-to-many mode, see the keyfob user manual. One-to-One Mode

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By default, the keyfob is in one-to-one mode. The keyfob's DIP switch is towards 1 (OFF). The keyfob can control only one turnstile.

One-to-Many Mode The keyfob's DIP switch is ON. In this mode, the keyfob can control multiple turnstiles.

1. Power off the turnstile. 2. Set the No.4 switch of the DIP 1 Switch on the access control board to the ON side.

3. Power on the turnstile and it will enter the keyfob pairing mode. 4. Hold the Close button for more than 10 seconds. Or pair turnstile and keyfob in the client

software, see Manage Keyfob User for more details. The keyfob's indicator of the will flash twice if the pairing is completed.

5. Set the No.4 switch to OFF, and reboot the turnstile to take effect.

Note Only one turnstile can pair the keyfob. If multiple turnstiles are in the pairing mode, the

keyfob will select only one of them to pair. For details about DIP switch value and meaning, see Access Control Board UART Description .

6. Optional: Go to System User Keyfob User on the remote control page of the client software to delete the keyfob.

5.2 Initialize Device Steps 1. Set the No.8 switch of the DIP 2 Switch on the access control board to the ON side.

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Figure 5-1 Initialization Jumper Cap 2. Disconnect the power and reboot the device. The device buzzer buzzes a long beep. 3. When the beep stopped, set the No.8 switch to the OFF side, and reboot the turnstile to take

effect. 4. Disconnect the power and power on the device again.

Caution The initialization of the device will restore all the parameters to the default setting and all the device events are deleted.

Note Make sure no persons are in the lane when powering on the device.

5.3 Switch Relay Output Mode (NO/NC)

5.3.1 Barrier Control Relay Output Mode

The jumper cap of the barrier control relay on the access control board is as below:

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Figure 5-2 Jumper Cap Location (Barrier Control Relay Output Mode)

The jumper cap position of barrier opening (NO) is as below:

Figure 5-3 Barrier Opening (NO)

The jumper cap position of barrier closing (NC) is as below:

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Figure 5-4 Barrier Closing (NC)

Note The default status is NC.

5.3.2 Alarm Relay Output Mode (NO/NC)

The jumper cap of the alarm relay on the access control board is as below:

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Figure 5-5 Jumper Cap Location (Alarm Relay Output Mode)

The jumper cap position of alarm opening (NO) is as below:

Figure 5-6 Alarm Opening (NO)

The jumper cap position of alarm closing (NC) is as below:

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Figure 5-7 Alarm Closing (NC)

Note The default status is NO.

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Chapter 6 Activation

You should activate the device before the first login. After powering on the device, the system will switch to Device Activation page.

Activation via the device, SADP tool and the client software are supported. The default values of the device are as follows: The default IP address: 192.0.0.64 The default port No.: 8000 The default user name: admin

6.1 Activate via SADP SADP is a tool to detect, activate and modify the IP address of the device over the LAN.

Before You Start Get the SADP software from the supplied disk or the official website http:// www.hikvision.com/en/ , and install the SADP according to the prompts.

The device and the PC that runs the SADP tool should be within the same subnet. The following steps show how to activate a device and modify its IP address. For batch activation and IP addresses modification, refer to User Manual of SADP for details.

Steps 1. Run the SADP software and search the online devices. 2. Find and select your device in online device list. 3. Input new password (admin password) and confirm the password.

Caution STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED-We highly recommend you create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

4. Click Activate to start activation.

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Status of the device becomes Active after successful activation. 5. Modify IP address of the device.

1) Select the device. 2) Change the device IP address to the same subnet as your computer by either modifying the IP

address manually or checking Enable DHCP. 3) Input the admin password and click Modify to activate your IP address modification.

6.2 Activate Device via Client Software For some devices, you are required to create the password to activate them before they can be added to the software and work properly.

Steps

Note This function should be supported by the device.

1. Enter the Device Management page. 2. Click on the right of Device Management and select Device. 3. Click Online Device to show the online device area.

The searched online devices are displayed in the list. 4. Check the device status (shown on Security Level column) and select an inactive device. 5. Click Activate to open the Activation dialog. 6. Create a password in the password field, and confirm the password.

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Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

7. Click OK to activate the device.

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Chapter 7 Client Software Configuration

7.1 Configuration Flow of Client Software Follow the flow diagram below to configure on the client software.

Figure 7-1 Flow Diagram of Configuration on Client Software

7.2 Device Management The client supports managing access control devices and video intercom devices.

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Example You can control entrance & exit and manage attendance after adding access control devices to the client; you can perform video intercom with the indoor stations and door stations.

7.2.1 Add Device

The client provides three device adding modes including by IP/domain, IP segment, and ISUP protocol. The client also supports importing multiple devices in a batch when there are large amount of devices to be added.

Add Online Device

The active online devices in the same local subnet with the client software will be displayed on the Online Device area. You can click Refresh Every 60s to refresh the information of the online devices.

Add Single Online Device

You can add single online device to the client software.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Optional: Click on the right of Device Management and select Device. 3. Click Online Device to show the online device area.

The searched online devices are displayed in the list. 4. Select an online device from the Online Device area.

Note For the inactive device, you need to create the password for it before you can add the device properly. For detailed steps, refer to Activation .

5. Click Add to open the device adding window. 6. Enter the required information.

Name Enter a descriptive name for the device.

Address The IP address of the device is obtained automatically in this adding mode.

Port The port number is obtained automatically.

User Name By default, the user name is admin.

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Password Enter the device password.

Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

7. Optional: Check Synchronize Time to synchronize the device time with the PC running the client after adding the device to the client.

8. Optional: Check Import to Group to create a group by the device name.

Note You can import all the channels of the device to the corresponding group by default.

9. Click OK to add the device.

Add Multiple Online Devices

You can add multiple online devices to the client software.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click on the right of Device Management and select Device. 3. Click Online Device to show the online device area.

The searched online devices are displayed in the list. 4. Select multiple devices.

Note For the inactive device, you need to create the password for it before you can add the device properly. For detailed steps, refer to Activation .

5. Click Add to open the device adding window. 6. Enter the required information.

User Name By default, the user name is admin.

Password Enter the device password.

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Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

7. Optional: Check Synchronize Time to synchronize the device time with the PC running the client after adding the devices to the client.

8. Optional: Check Import to Group to create a group by the device name.

Note You can import all the channels of the device to the corresponding group by default.

9. Click OK to add the devices.

Add Device by IP Address or Domain Name

When you know the IP address or domain name of the device to add, you can add devices to the client by specifying the IP address (or domain name), user name, password, etc.

Steps 1. Enter Device Management module. 2. Click Device tab on the top of the right panel.

The added devices are displayed on the right panel. 3. Click Add to open the Add window, and then select IP/Domain as the adding mode. 4. Enter the required information.

Name Create a descriptive name for the device. For example, you can use a nickname that can show the location or feature of the device.

Address The IP address or domain name of the device.

Port The devices to add share the same port number. The default value is 8000.

User Name Enter the device user name. By default, the user name is admin.

Password Enter the device password.

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Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

5. Optional: Add the offline devices. 1) Check Add Offline Device. 2) Enter the required information, including the device channel number and alarm input

number.

Note When the offline device comes online, the software will connect it automatically.

6. Check Synchronize Time to synchronize the device time with the PC running the client after adding the device to the client.

7. Optional: Check Import to Group to create a group by the device name. 8. Finish adding the device. - Click Add to add the device and back to the device list page. - Click Add and Continue to save the settings and continue to add other device.

9. Optional: Perform the following operation(s).

Remote Configuration

Click on Operation column to set remote configuration of the corresponding device.

Note For detail operation steps for the remote configuration, see the user manual of the device.

Device Status Click on Operation column to view device status, including cameras, recording status, signal status, hardware status, etc.

Edit Device Information

Click on Operation column to edit the device information, such as IP address, user name, and password.

Check Online User Click on Operation column to check the online users who access the device, such as user name, user type, user's IP address, and login time.

Refresh Click on Operation column to get the latest device information.

Delete Device Select one or multiple devices and click Delete to delete the selected device(s) from the client.

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Add Devices by IP Segment

If the devices share the same port No., user name and password, and their IP addresses are sharing an IP segment. You can specify the start IP address and the end IP address, port No., user name, password, etc of the devices to add them to the client.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device tab on the top of the right panel.

The added devices are displayed on the right panel. 3. Click Add to open the Add window. 4. Select IP Segment as the adding mode. 5. Enter the required information.

Start IP Enter a start IP address.

End IP Enter an end IP address in the same network segment with the start IP.

Port Enter the device port No. The default value is 8000.

User Name By default, the user name is admin.

Password Enter the device password.

Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

6. Optional: Add the offline devices. 1) Check Add Offline Device. 2) Enter the required information, including the device channel number and alarm input

number.

Note When the offline device comes online, the software will connect it automatically.

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7. Check Synchronize Time to synchronize the device time with the PC running the client after adding the device to the client.

8. Optional: Check Import to Group to create a group by the device name. 9. Finish adding the device. - Click Add to add the device and back to the device list page. - Click Add and Continue to save the settings and continue to add other device.

10. Optional: Perform the following operation(s).

Remote Configuration

Click on Operation column to set remote configuration of the corresponding device.

Note For detail operation steps for the remote configuration, see the user manual of the device.

Device Status Click on Operation column to view device status, including cameras, recording status, signal status, hardware status, etc.

Edit Device Information

Click on Operation column to edit the device information, such as IP address, user name, and password.

Check Online User Click on Operation column to check the online users who access the device, such as user name, user type, user's IP address, and login time.

Refresh Click on Operation column to get the latest device information.

Delete Device Select one or multiple devices and click Delete to delete the selected device(s) from the client.

Import Devices in a Batch

You can add multiple devices to the client in a batch by entering the device parameters in a pre- defined CSV file.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device tab on the top of the right panel. 3. Click Add to open the Add window, and then select Batch Import as the adding mode. 4. Click Export Template and then save the pre-defined template (CSV file) on your PC. 5. Open the exported template file and enter the required information of the devices to be added

on the corresponding column.

Note For detailed description of the required fields, refer to the introductions in the template.

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Adding Mode Enter 0 or 1 or 2.

Address Edit the address of the device.

Port Enter the device port number. The default port number is 8000.

User Name Enter the device user name. By default, the user name is admin.

Password Enter the device password.

Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

Import to Group Enter 1 to create a group by the device name. All the channels of the device will be imported to the corresponding group by default. Enter 0 to disable this function.

6. Click and select the template file. 7. Click Add to import the devices. 8. Optional: Perform the following operation(s).

Remote Configuration

Click on Operation column to set remote configuration of the corresponding device.

Note For detail operation steps for the remote configuration, see the user manual of the device.

Device Status Click on Operation column to view device status, including cameras, recording status, signal status, hardware status, etc.

Edit Device Information

Click on Operation column to edit the device information, such as IP address, user name, and password.

Check Online User Click on Operation column to check the online users who access the device, such as user name, user type, user's IP address, and login time.

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Refresh Click on Operation column to get the latest device information.

Delete Device Select one or multiple devices and click Delete to delete the selected device(s) from the client.

7.2.2 Reset Device Password

If you forgot the password of the detected online devices, you can reset the device password via the client.

Steps 1. Enter Device Management page. 2. Click Online Device to show the online device area.

All the online devices sharing the same subnet will be displayed in the list. 3. Select the device from the list and click on the Operation column. 4. Reset the device password. - Click Generate to pop up the QR Code window and click Download to save the QR code to

your PC. You can also take a photo of the QR code to save it to your phone. Send the picture to our technical support.

Note For the following operations for resetting the password, contact our technical support.

Caution The password strength of the device can be automatically checked. We highly recommend you change the password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product. Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.

7.3 Group Management The client provides groups to manage the added resources in different groups. You can group the resources into different groups according to the resources' locations.

Example For example, on the 1st floor, there mounted 16 doors, 64 alarm inputs, and 16 alarm outputs. You can organize these resources into one group (named 1st Floor) for convenient management. You can control door status, and do some other operations of the devices after managing the resources by groups.

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7.3.1 Add Group

You can add group to organize the added device for convenient management.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device Management Group to enter the group management page. 3. Create a group. - Click Add Group and enter a group name as you want. - Click Create Group by Device Name and select an added device to create a new group by the

name of the selected device.

Note The resources (such as alarm inputs/outputs, access points, etc.) of this device will be imported to the group by default.

7.3.2 Import Resources to Group

You can import the device resources (such as alarm inputs/outputs, access points, etc.) to the added group in a batch.

Before You Start Add a group for managing devices. Refer to Add Group .

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device Management Group to enter the group management page. 3. Select a group from the group list and select the resource type as Access Point, Alarm Input,

Alarm Output, etc. 4. Click Import. 5. Select the thumbnails/names of the resources in the thumbnail/list view.

Note You can click or to switch the resource display mode to thumbnail view or to list view.

6. Click Import to import the selected resources to the group.

7.3.3 Edit Resource Parameters

After importing the resources to the group, you can edit the resource parameters. For access point, you can edit the access point name. For alarm input, you can edit the alarm input name. Here we take access point as an example.

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Before You Start Import the resources to group.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device Management Group to enter the group management page.

All the added groups are displayed on the left. 3. Select a group on the group list and click Access Point.

The access points imported to the group will display. 4. Click in the Operation column to open the Edit Resource window. 5. Edit the resource name. 6. Click OK to save the new settings.

7.3.4 Remove Resources from Group

You can remove the added resources from the group.

Steps 1. Enter the Device Management module. 2. Click Device Management Group to enter the group management page.

All the added groups are displayed on the left. 3. Click a group to show the resources added to this group. 4. Select the resource(s) and click Delete to remove the resource(s) from the group.

7.4 Person Management You can add person information to the system for further operations such as access control, video intercom, time and attendance, etc. You can manage the added persons such as issuing cards to them in a batch, importing and exporting person information in a batch, etc.

7.4.1 Add Organization

You can add an organization and import person information to the organization for effective management of the persons. You can also add a surbodinate organization for the added one.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select a parent organization in the left column and click Add in the upper-left corner to add an

organization. 3. Create a name for the added organization.

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Note Up to 10 levels of organizations can be added.

4. Optional: Perform the following operation(s).

Edit Organization Hover the mouse on an added organization and click to edit its name.

Delete Organization

Hover the mouse on an added organization and click to delete it.

Note The lower-level organizations will be deleted as well if you delete an organization.

Make sure there is no person added under the organization, or the organization cannot be deleted.

Show Persons in Sub Organization

Check Show Persons in Sub Organization and select an organization to show persons in its sub organizations.

7.4.2 Configure Basic Information

You can add person to the client one by one and configure the person's basic information such as name, email, phone number, etc.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person. 3. Click Add to open the adding person window.

The Person ID will be generated automatically. 4. Enter the basic information including person name, telephone number, email address, validity

period, etc. 5. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons.

7.4.3 Issue a Card by Local Mode

If a card enrollment station is available, you can issue a card by local mode. To read the card number, you should connect the card enrollment station to the PC running the client by USB interface or COM, and place the card on the card enrollment station.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add to enter Add

Person panel.

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Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. In the Credential Card area, click +. 4. Click Settings to enter the Settings page. 5. Select Local as the card issuing mode.

Figure 7-2 Issue a Card by Local Mode 6. Set other related parameters.

Card Enrollment Station Select the model of the connected card enrollment station.

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Note Currently, the supported card enrollment station models include DS-K1F100-D8, DS-K1F100- M, DS-K1F100-D8E, and DS-K1F180-D8E.

Card Type This field is only available when the model is DS-K1F100-D8E or DS-K1F180-D8E. Select the card type as EM card or Mifare card according to the actual card type.

Buzzing Enable or disable the buzzing when the card number is read successfully.

Card No. Type Select the type of the card number according to actual needs.

M1 Card Encryption This field is only available when the model is DS-K1F100-D8, DS-K1F100-D8E, or DS-K1F180- D8E. If the card is M1 card, then you can enable the M1 Card Encryption function and select the sector of the card to encrypt.

7. Click OK to confirm the operation. 8. Place the card on the card enrollment station, and click Read to get the card number.

The card number will display in the Card No. field automatically. 9. Click Add.

The card will be issued to the person.

7.4.4 Upload a Face Photo from Local PC

When adding person, you can upload a face photo stored in local PC to the client as the person's profile.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. Click Add Face in the Basic Information panel. 4. Select Upload. 5. Select a picture from the PC running the client.

Note The picture should be in JPG or JPEG format and smaller than 200 KB.

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6. Optional: Enable Verify by Device to check whether the facial recognition device managed in the client can recognize the face in the photo.

7. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons .

7.4.5 Take a Photo via Client

When adding a person, you can take a photo of the her/him via the client and set this photo as the person's profile.

Before You Start Make sure PC running the client has a camera or you have connected other USB camera to the PC.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add to enter Add

Person window.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. Click Add Face in the Basic Information area. 4. Select Take Photo to enter Take Photo window. 5. Optional: Enable Verify by Device to check whether the captured face photo can meet the

uploading requirements. 6. Take a photo.

1) Face to the camera and make sure your face is in the middle of the collecting window. 2) Click to capture a face photo. 3) Optional: Click to capture again. 4) Click OK to save the captured photo.

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Figure 7-3 Take a Photo via Client 7. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons.

7.4.6 Collect Face via Access Control Device

When adding person, you can collect the person's face via access control device added to the client which supports facial recognition function.

Steps 1. Enter Person module.

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2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. Click Add Face in the Basic Information panel. 4. Select Remote Collection. 5. Select an access control device which supports face recognition function from the drop-down

list. 6. Collect face.

1) Face to the camera of the selected access control device and make sure your face is in the middle of the collecting window.

2) Click to capture a photo. 3) Click OK to save the captured photo.

7. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons .

7.4.7 Collect Fingerprint via Client

Collecting fingerprints locally means you can collect the fingerprint via the fingerprint recorder connected directly to the PC running the client. The fingerprints recorded can be used as credentials of the persons to access the authorized doors.

Before You Start Connect the fingerprint recorder to the PC running the client.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. In the Credential Fingerprint panel, click +. 4. In the pop-up window, select the collection mode as Local. 5. Select the model of the connected fingerprint recorder.

Note If the fingerprint recorder is DS-K1F800-F, you can click Settings to select the COM the fingerprint recorder connects to.

6. Collect the fingerprint. 1) Click Start.

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2) Place and lift your fingerprint on the fingerprint recorder to collect the fingerprint. 3) Click Add to save the recorded fingerprint.

7. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons.

Note Once the fingerprint is added, the fingerprint type cannot be changed.

7.4.8 Configure Access Control Information

When adding a person, you can set her/his access control information, such as binding an access control group with the person, configuring PIN code, setting the person as a visitor, a blocklist person, or a super user, etc.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add. 3. In the Access Control area, click to select access group(s) for the person.

Note For details, refer to Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons .

Figure 7-4 Configure Access Control Information 4. Set a unique PIN code for the person which can be used for access authentication. - Manually enter a PIN code containing 4 to 8 digits.

Note Persons' PIN codes cannot be repeated.

- Click Generate to randomly generate an unrepeated PIN code of 6 digits.

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Note If there are repeated PIN codes, a prompt will pop up on the client. The admin can generate a new PIN code to replace the repeated PIN code and notify related persons.

5. Check the person's operation permissions. Super User

If the person is set as a super user, he/she will have authorization to access all the doors/ floors and will be exempted from remaining closed restrictions, all anti-passback rules, and first person authorization.

Extended Door Open Time Use this function for persons with reduced mobility. When accessing the door, the person will have more time than others to pass through doors. For details about setting the door's open duration, refer to Configure Parameters for Door .

Add to Blocklist Add the person to the blocklist and when the person tries to access doors/floors, an event will be triggered and sent to the client to notify the security personnel.

Mark as Visitor If the person is a visitor, you should set the her/his valid times for visit.

Note The valid times for visit is between 1 and 100. You can also check No Limit, then there are no limited times for the visitor to access doors/floors.

Device Operator For person with device operator role, he/she is authorized to operate on the access control devices.

Note The Super User, Extended Door Open Time, Add to Blocklist, and Mark as Visitor functions cannot be enabled concurrently. For example, if one person is set as super user, you cannot enable extended door open time for her/him, add her/him to the blocklist, or set her/him as visitor.

6. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons.

7.4.9 Customize Person Information

You can customize the person properties which are not pre-defined in the client according to actual needs, e.g., place of birth. After customizing, when add a person, you can enter the custom information to make the person information complete.

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Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Set the fields of custom information.

1) Click Custom Property. 2) Click Add to add a new property. 3) Enter the property name. 4) Click OK.

3. Set the custom information when adding a person. 1) Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

2) In the Custom Information panel, enter the person information. 3) Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window, or click Add and New to add

the person and continue to add other persons.

7.4.10 Configure Resident Information

If the person is resident, for video intercom purpose, you need to set the room number for her/him and bind an indoor station. After bound, you can call this person by calling the indoor station and perform video intercom with her/him.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. In the Resident Information panel, select the indoor station to bind it to the person.

Note If you select Analog Indoor Station, the Door Station field will display and you are required to select the door station to communicate with the analog indoor station.

4. Enter the floor No. and room No. of the person. 5. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons.

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7.4.11 Configure Additional Information

When adding person, you can configure the additional information for the person, such as person's identity type, identity No., country, etc., according to actual needs.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the organization list to add the person and click Add.

Note Enter the person's basic information first. For details about configuring person's basic information, refer to Configure Basic Information .

3. In the Additional Information panel, enter the additional information of the person, including person's ID type, ID No., job title, etc., according to actual needs.

4. Confirm to add the person. - Click Add to add the person and close the Add Person window. - Click Add and New to add the person and continue to add other persons .

7.4.12 Import and Export Person Identify Information

You can import the information and pictures of multiple persons to the client software in a batch. Meanwhile, you can also export the person information and pictures and save them in your PC.

7.4.13 Import Person Information

You can enter the information of multiple persons in a predefined template (a CSV file) to import the information to the client in a batch.

Steps 1. Enter the Person module. 2. Select an added organization in the list, or click Add in the upper-left corner to add an

organization and then select it. 3. Click Import to open the Import panel. 4. Select Person Information as the importing mode. 5. Click Download Template for Importing Person to download the template. 6. Enter the person information in the downloaded template.

Note If the person has multiple cards, separate the card No. with semicolon. Items with asterisk are required. By default, the Hire Date is the current date.

7. Click to select the CSV file with person information.

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8. Click Import to start importing.

Note If a person No. already exists in the client's database, delete the existing information before importing.

You can import information of no more than 10,000 persons.

7.4.14 Import Person Pictures

After importing face pictures for the added persons to the client, the persons in the pictures can be identified by an added face recognition terminal. You can either import person pictures one by one, or import multiple pictures at a time according to your need.

Before You Start Be sure to have imported person information to the client beforehand.

Steps 1. Enter the Person module. 2. Select an added organization in the list, or click Add in the upper-left corner to add an

organization and then select it. 3. Click Import to open the Import panel and check Face. 4. Optional: Enable Verify by Device to check whether face recognition device managed in the

client can recognize the face in the photo. 5. Click to select a face picture file.

Note The (folder of) face pictures should be in ZIP format. Each picture file should be in JPG format and should be no larger than 200 KB. Each picture file should be named as "Person ID_Name". The Person ID should be the same

with that of the imported person information. 6. Click Import to start importing.

The importing progress and result will be displayed.

7.4.15 Export Person Information

You can export the added persons' information to local PC as a CSV file.

Before You Start Make sure you have added persons to an organization.

Steps 1. Enter the Person module. 2. Optional: Select an organization in the list.

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Note All persons' information will be exported if you do not select any organization.

3. Click Export to open the Export panel and check Person Information as the content to export. 4. Check desired items to export. 5. Click Export to save the exported CSV file in your PC.

7.4.16 Export Person Pictures

You can export face picture file of the added persons and save in your PC.

Before You Start Make sure you have added persons and their face pictures to an organization.

Steps 1. Enter the Person module. 2. Optional: Select an organization in the list.

Note All persons' face pictures will be exported if you do not select any organization.

3. Click Export to open the Export panel and check Face as the content to export. 4. Click Export to start exporting.

Note The exported file is in ZIP format. The exported face picture is named as "Person ID_Name_0" ("0" is for a full-frontal face).

7.4.17 Get Person Information from Access Control Device

If the added access control device has been configured with person information (including person details, fingerprint, and issued card information), you can get the person information from the device and import them to the client for further operations.

Steps

Note If the person name stored in the device is empty, the person name will be filled with the issued

card No. after importing to the client. If the card number or person ID (employee ID) stored on the device already exists in the client

database, the person with this card number or person ID will not be imported to the client.

1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization to import the persons. 3. Click Get from Device.

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4. Select the access control device from the drop-down list. 5. Click Get to start importing the person information to the client.

The person information, including person details, person's fingerprint information (if configured), and the linked cards (if configured), will be imported to the selected organization.

7.4.18 Move Persons to Another Organization

You can move the added persons to another organization if you need.

Before You Start Make sure you have added at least two organizations. Make sure you have imported person information.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select an organization in the left panel.

The persons under the organization will be displayed in the right panel. 3. Select the person to move. 4. Click Change Organization. 5. Select the organization to move persons to. 6. Click OK.

7.4.19 Issue Cards to Persons in Batch

The client provides a convenient way to issue cards to multiple persons in a batch.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Click Batch Issue Cards.

All the added persons with no card issued will be displayed in the right panel. 3. Optional: Enter key words (name or person ID) in the input box to filter the person(s) that need

issuing cards. 4. Optional: Click Settings to set the card issuing parameters. For details, refer to . 5. Click Initialize to initialize the card enrollment station or card reader to make it ready for issuing

cards. 6. Click the Card No. column and enter the card number. - Place the card on the card enrollment station. - Swipe the card on the card reader. - Manually enter the card number and press the Enter key. The person(s) in the list will be issued with card(s).

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7.4.20 Report Card Loss

If the person lost his/her card, you can report the card loss so that the card's related access authorization will be inactive.

Steps 1. Enter Person module. 2. Select the person you want to report card loss for and click Edit to open the Edit Person window. 3. In the Credential Card panel, click on the added card to set this card as lost card.

After reporting card loss, the access authorization of this card will be invalid and inactive. Other person who gets this card cannot access the doors by swiping this lost card.

4. Optional: If the lost card is found, you can click to cancel the loss. After cancelling card loss, the access authorization of the person will be valid and active.

5. If the lost card is added in one access group and the access group is applied to the device already, after reporting card loss or cancelling card loss, a window will pop up to notify you to apply the changes to the device. After applying to device, these changes can take effect on the device.

7.4.21 Set Card Issuing Parameters

The client provides two modes for reading a card's number: via card enrollment station or via the card reader of the access control device. If a card enrollment station is available, connect it to the PC running the client by USB interface or COM, and place the card on the card enrollment to read the card number. If not, you can also swipe the card on the card reader of the added access control device to get the card number. As a result, before issuing a card to one person, you need to set the card issuing parameters including the issuing mode and related parameters.

When adding a card to one person, click Settings to open the Card Issuing Settings window.

Local Mode: Issue Card by Card Enrollment Station Connect a card enrollment station to the PC running the client. You can place the card on the card enrollment station to get the card number. Card Enrollment Station

Select the model of the connected card enrollment station

Note Currently, the supported card enrollment station models include DS-K1F100-D8, DS-K1F100-M, DS-K1F100-D8E, and DS-K1F180-D8E.

Card Type This field is only available when the model is DS-K1F100-D8E or DS-K1F180-D8E. Select the card type as EM card or IC card according to the actual card type.

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Serial Port It is only available when the model is DS-K1F100-M. Select the COM the card enrollment station connects to.

Buzzing Enable or disable the buzzing when the card number is read successfully.

Card No. Type Select the type of the card number according to actual needs.

M1 Card Encryption This field is only available when the model is DS-K1F100-D8, DS-K1F100-D8E, or DS-K1F180-D8E. If the card is M1 card, and if you need to enable the M1 Card Encryption function, you should enable this function and select the sector of the card to encrypt.

Remote Mode: Issue Card by Card Reader Select an access control device added in the client and swipe the card on its card reader to read the card number.

7.5 Configure Schedule and Template You can configure the template including holiday and week schedule. After setting the template, you can adopt the configured template to access groups when setting the access groups, so that the access group will take effect in the time durations of the template.

Note For access group settings, refer to Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons .

7.5.1 Add Holiday

You can create holidays and set the days in the holidays, including start date, end date, and holiday duration in one day.

Steps

Note You can add up to 64 holidays in the software system.

1. Click Access Control Schedule Holiday to enter the Holiday page. 2. Click Add on the left panel. 3. Create a name for the holiday. 4. Optional: Enter the descriptions or some notifications of this holiday in the Remark box. 5. Add a holiday period to the holiday list and configure the holiday duration.

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Note Up to 16 holiday periods can be added to one holiday.

1) Click Add in the Holiday List field. 2) Drag the cursor to draw the time duration, which means in that duration of time, the

configured access group is activated.

Note Up to 8 time durations can be set to one holiday period.

3) Optional: Perform the following operations to edit the time durations. Move the cursor to the time duration and drag the time duration on the timeline bar to the

desired position when the cursor turns to . Click the time duration and directly edit the start/end time in the appeared dialog. Move the cursor to the start or the end of time duration and drag to lengthen or shorten

the time duration when the cursor turns to . 4) Optional: Select the time duration(s) that need to be deleted, and then click in the

Operation column to delete the selected time duration(s). 5) Optional: Click in the Operation column to clear all the time duration(s) in the time bar. 6) Optional: Click in the Operation column to delete this added holiday period from the

holiday list. 6. Click Save.

7.5.2 Add Template

Template includes week schedule and holiday. You can set week schedule and assign the time duration of access authorization for different person or group. You can also select the added holiday(s) for the template.

Steps

Note You can add up to 255 templates in the software system.

1. Click Access Control Schedule Template to enter the Template page.

Note There are two default templates: All-Day Authorized and All-Day Denied, and they cannot be edited or deleted. All-Day Authorized

The access authorization is valid in each day of the week and it has no holiday. All-Day Denied

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The access authorization is invalid in each day of the week and it has no holiday.

2. Click Add on the left panel to create a new template. 3. Create a name for the template. 4. Enter the descriptions or some notification of this template in the Remark box. 5. Edit the week schedule to apply it to the template.

1) Click Week Schedule tab on the lower panel. 2) Select a day of the week and draw time duration(s) on the timeline bar.

Note Up to 8 time duration(s) can be set for each day in the week schedule.

3) Optional: Perform the following operations to edit the time durations. Move the cursor to the time duration and drag the time duration on the timeline bar to the

desired position when the cursor turns to . Click the time duration and directly edit the start/end time in the appeared dialog. Move the cursor to the start or the end of time duration and drag to lengthen or shorten

the time duration when the cursor turns to . 4) Repeat the two steps above to draw more time durations on the other days of the week.

6. Add a holiday to apply it to the template.

Note Up to 4 holidays can be added to one template.

1) Click Holiday tab. 2) Select a holiday in the left list and it will be added to the selected list on the right panel. 3) Optional: Click Add to add a new holiday.

Note For details about adding a holiday, refer to Add Holiday .

4) Optional: Select a selected holiday in the right list and click to remove the selected one, or click Clear to clear all the selected holiday(s) in the right list.

7. Click Save to save the settings and finish adding the template.

7.6 Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons After adding the person and configuring the person's credentials, you can create the access groups to define which person(s) can get access to which door(s) and then apply the access group to the access control device to take effect.

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Before You Start Add person to the client. Add access control device to the client and group access points. For details, refer to Group

Management . Add template.

Steps When the access group settings are changed, you need to apply the access groups to the devices again to take effect. The access group changes include changes of template, access group settings, person's access group settings, and related person details (including card number, fingerprint, face picture, linkage between card number and fingerprint, linkage between card number and fingerprint, card password, card effective period, etc). 1. Click Access Control Authorization Access Group to enter the Access Group interface. 2. Click Add to open the Add window. 3. In the Name text field, create a name for the access group as you want. 4. Select a template for the access group.

Note You should configure the template before access group settings. Refer to Configure Schedule and Template for details.

5. In the left list of the Select Person field, select person(s) to assign access authority. 6. In the left list of the Select Access Point field, select door(s), door station(s) or floor(s) for the

selected persons to access. 7. Click Save.

You can view the selected person(s) and the selected access point(s) on the right side of the interface.

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Figure 7-5 Display the Selected Person(s) and Access Point(s) 8. After adding the access groups, you need to apply them to the access control device to take

effect. 1) Select the access group(s) to apply to the access control device. 2) Click Apply All to Devices start applying all the selected access group(s) to the access control

device or door station. 3) Click Apply All to Devices or Apply Changes to Devices.

Apply All to Devices This operation will clear all the existed access groups of the selected devices and then apply the new access group to the device.

Apply Changes to Devices This operation will not clear the existed access groups of the selected devices and only apply the changed part of the selected access group(s) to the device(s).

4) View the applying status in the Status column or click Applying Status to view all the applied access group(s).

Note You can check Display Failure Only to filter the applying results.

The selected persons in the applied access groups will have the authorization to enter/exit the selected doors/door stations with their linked card(s) or fingerprints.

9. Optional: Click to edit the access group if necessary.

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Note If you change the persons' access information or other related information, you will view the promptAccess Group to Be Applied on the right corner of the client. You can click the prompt to apply the changed data to the device. You can select either Apply Now or Apply Later.

Figure 7-6 Data Synchronization

7.7 Configure Advanced Functions You can configure the advanced functions of access control to meet some special requirements in different scene.

Note For the card related functions(the type of access control card), only the card(s) with access group

applied will be listed when adding cards. The advanced functions should be supported by the device. Hover the cursor on the Advanced Function, and then Click to customize the advanced function(s) to be displayed.

7.7.1 Configure Device Parameters

After adding the access control device, you can configure the parameters of access control device (access controller), access control points (door or floor), alarm inputs, alarm outputs, card readers and lane controller.

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Configure Parameters for Access Control Device

After adding the access control device, you can configure its parameters.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Device Parameter .

Note If you can find Device Parameter in the Advanced Function list, Hover the cursor on the Advanced Function, and then Click to select the Device Parameter to be displayed.

2. Select an access device to show its parameters on the right page. 3. Turn the switch to ON to enable the corresponding functions.

Note The displayed parameters may vary for different access control devices.

RS-485 Communication Redundancy You should enable this function if you wire the RS-485 card reader to the access control device redundantly.

Enable NFC If enable the function, the device can recognize the NFC card. You can present NFC card on the device.

Enable M1 Card If enable the function, the device can recognize the M1 card. You can present M1 card on the device.

Enable EM Card If enable the function, the device can recognize the EM card. You can present EM card on the device.

Enable CPU Card Reserved. If enable the function, the device can recognize the CPU card. You can present CPU card on the device.

Enable ID Card Reserved. If enable the function, the device can recognize the ID card. You can present ID card on the device.

4. Click OK. 5. Optional: Click Copy to, and then select the access control device(s) to copy the parameters in

the page to the selected device(s).

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Configure Parameters for Door

After adding the access control device, you can configure its access point door parameters.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Device Parameter . 2. Select an access control device on the left panel, and then click to show the doors or floors of

the selected device. 3. Select a door or floor to show its parameters on the right page. 4. Edit the door or floor parameters.

Note s The displayed parameters may vary for different access control devices.

Name Edit the card reader name as desired.

Exit Button Type You can set the exit button as remaining closed or remaining open. Usually, it is remaining open.

Open Duration After swiping the normal card and relay action, the time for locking the door starts working.

Door Left Open Timeout Alarm The alarm can be triggered if the door has not been closed in a configured time period. If it is set as 0, no alarm will be triggered.

Super Password The specific person can open the door by inputting the super password.

5. Some of the following parameters are not listed in the Basic Information page, click Advanced to edit the parameters. Duress Code

The door can open by inputting the duress code when there is duress. At the same time, the client can report the duress event.

Dismiss Code Create a dismiss code which can be used to stop the buzzer of the card reader (by entering the dismiss code on the keypad).

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Note The duress code, super code, and dismiss code should be different. The duress code, super password, and the dismiss code should be different from the authentication password.

The length of duress code, super password, and the dismiss code is according the device, usually it should contains 4 to 8 digits.

6. Click OK. 7. Optional: Click Copy to , and then select the door(s) to copy the parameters in the page to the

selected doors(s).

Note The door's status duration settings will be copied to the selected door(s) as well.

Configure Parameters for Card Reader

After adding the access control device, you can configure its card reader parameters.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Device Parameter . 2. In the device list on the left, click to expand the door, select a card reader and you can edit the

card reader's parameters on the right. 3. Edit the card reader basic parameters in the Basic Information page.

Note The displayed parameters may vary for different access control devices. There are part of parameters listed as follows. Refer to the user manual of the device for more details.

Name Edit the card reader name as desired.

Minimum Card Swiping Interval If the interval between card swiping of the same card is less than the set value, the card swiping is invalid. You can set it as 0 to 255.

Alarm of Max. Failed Attempts Enable to report alarm when the card reading attempts reach the set value.

Card Reader Type/Card Reader Description Get card reader type and description. They are read-only.

4. Optional: Some of the following parameters are not listed in the Basic Information page, click Advanced to edit the parameters. Enable Card Reader

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If enabling the function, user can present card on the card reader. If disabling the function, the card reader for entrance cannot be used.

OK LED Polarity/Error LED Polarity/Buzzer Polarity Set OK LED Polarity/Error LED Polarity/Buzzer LED Polarity of main board according to the card reader parameters. Generally, adopts the default settings.

Buzzing Time Set the card reader buzzing time. The available time ranges from 0 to 5,999s. 0 represents continuous buzzing.

Max. Interval When Entering PWD When you inputting the password on the card reader, if the interval between pressing two digits is larger than the set value, the digits you pressed before will be cleared automatically.

Tampering Detection Enable the anti-tamper detection for the card reader.

Communicate with Controller Every When the access control device cannot connect with the card reader for longer than the set time, the card reader will turn offline automatically.

Fingerprint Recognition Level Select the fingerprint recognition level in the drop-down list.

5. Click OK. 6. Optional: Click Copy to, and then select the card reader(s) to copy the parameters in the page to

the selected card reader(s).

Configure Parameters for Alarm Output

After adding the access control device, if the device links to alarm outputs, you can configure the parameters.

Before You Start Add access control device to the client, and make sure the device supports alarm output.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Device Parameter to enter access control

parameter configuration page. 2. In the device list on the left, click to expand the door, select an alarm input and you can edit

the alarm input's parameters on the right. 3. Set the alarm output parameters.

Name Edit the card reader name as desired.

Alarm Output Active Time How long the alarm output will last after triggered.

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4. Click OK. 5. Optional: Set the switch on the upper right corner to ON to trigger the alarm output.

Configure Parameters for Lane Controller

After adding the lane controller to the client, you can configure its parameters for passing through the lane.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Device Parameter to enter Parameter Settings

page. 2. In the device list on the left, select a lane controller and you can edit the lane controller's

parameters on the right. 3. Edit the parameters.

Passing Mode Select the controller which will control the barrier status of the device.

Note You can select either According to Device's Passing Mode or According to Door's Schedule Settings.

If you select According to Device's Passing Mode, the device will follow the lane controller's passing mode, which can be configured in remote control settings page, to control the barrier.

If you select According to Door's Schedule Settings, the device will follow the settings of the software to control the barrier.

Free Passing Authentication If you enable this function, when both entrance and exit's barrier mode is Remain Open, the pedestrians should authenticate each time passing through the lane. Or an alarm will be triggered.

Opening/Closing Door Speed Set the barrier's opening and closing speed. You can select from 1 to 10. The greater the value, the faster the speed.

Note The recommended value is 6.

Audible Prompt Duration Set how long the audio will last, which is played when an alarm is triggered .

Note 0 refers to the alarm audio will be played until the alarm is ended.

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Temperature Unit Select the temperature unit that displayed in the device status.

4. Click OK.

7.7.2 Configure Remaining Open/Closed

You can set the status of the door as open or closed. For example, you can set the door remaining closed in the holiday, and set the door remaining open in the specified period of the work day.

Before You Start Add the access control devices to the system.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Remain Open/Closed to enter the Remain Open/

Closed page. 2. Select the door that need to be configured on the left panel. 3. To set the door status during the work day, click the Week Schedule and perform the following

operations. 1) Click Remain Open or Remain Closed. 2) Drag the cursor to draw the time duration, which means in that duration of time, the

configured access group is activated.

Note Up to 8 time durations can be set to each day in the week schedule.

3) Optional: Perform the following operations to edit the time durations. Move the cursor to the time duration and drag the time duration on the timeline bar to the

desired position when the cursor turns to . Click the time duration and directly edit the start/end time in the appeared dialog. Move the cursor to the start or the end of time duration and drag to lengthen or shorten

the time duration when the cursor turns to . 4) Click Save. Related Operations

Copy to Whole Week

Select one duration on the time bar, click Copy to Whole Week to copy all the duration settings on this time bar to other week days.

Delete Selected Select one duration on the time bar, click Delete Selected to delete this duration.

Clear Click Clear to clear all the duration settings in the week schedule. 4. To set the door status during the holiday, click the Holiday and perform the following operations.

1) Click Remain Open or Remain Closed. 2) Click Add. 3) Enter the start date and end date.

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4) Drag the cursor to draw the time duration, which means in that duration of time, the configured access group is activated.

Note Up to 8 time durations can be set to one holiday period.

5) Perform the following operations to edit the time durations. Move the cursor to the time duration and drag the time duration on the timeline bar to the

desired position when the cursor turns to . Click the time duration and directly edit the start/end time in the appeared dialog. Move the cursor to the start or the end of time duration and drag to lengthen or shorten

the time duration when the cursor turns to . 6) Optional: Select the time duration(s) that need to be deleted, and then click in the

Operation column to delete the selected time duration(s). 7) Optional: Click in the Operation column to clear all the time duration(s) in the time bar. 8) Optional: Click in the Operation column to delete this added holiday period from the

holiday list. 9) Click Save.

5. Optional: Click Copy to to copy the door status settings of this door to other door(s).

7.7.3 Configure Multi-Factor Authentication

You can manage the persons by group and set the authentication for multiple persons of one access control point (door).

Before You Start Set access group and apply the access group to the access control device. For details, refer to Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons . Perform this task when you want to set authentications for multiple cards of one access control point (door).

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Multi-Factor Auth . 2. Select an access control device in device list on the left panel. 3. Add a person/card group for the access control device.

1) Click Add on the right panel. 2) Create a name for the group as desired. 3) Specify the start time and end time of the effective period for the person/card group. 4) Select members(s) and card(s) in the Available list, and the selected member(s) and card(s)

will be added to the Selected list.

Note Make sure you have issue card to the person.

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Make sure you have set access group and apply the access group to the access control device successfully.

5) Click Save. 6) Optional: Select the person/card group(s), and then click Delete to delete it(them). 7) Optional: Select the person/card group(s), and then click Apply to re-apply access group that

failed to be applied previously to the access control device. 4. Select an access control point (door) of selected device on the left panel. 5. Enter the maximum interval when entering password. 6. Add an authentication group for the selected access control point.

1) Click Add on the Authentication Groups panel. 2) Select a configured template as the authentication template from the drop-down list.

Note For setting the template, refer to Configure Schedule and Template .

3) Select the authentication type as Local Authentication, Local Authentication and Remotely Open Door, or Local Authentication and Super Password from the drop-down list. Local Authentication

Authentication by the access control device. Local Authentication and Remotely Open Door

Authentication by the access control device and by the client. When the person swipes the card on the device, a window will pop up. You can unlock the door via the client.

Figure 7-7 Remotely Open Door

Note You can check Offline Authentication to enable the super password authentication when the access control device is disconnected with the client.

Local Authentication and Super Password Authentication by the access control device and by the super password.

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4) Select the added person/card group in the left list below and it will be added to the Selected list on the right as the authentication group.

5) Click the added authentication group in the right list to set authentication times in the Auth Times column.

Note The authentication times should be larger than 0 and smaller than the added personnel quantity in the personnel group.

The maximum value of authentication times is 16. 6) Click Save.

Note For each access control point (door), up to four authentication groups can be added. For the authentication group of which authentication type is Local Authentication, up to 8

person/card groups can be added to the authentication group. For the authentication group of which authentication type is Local Authentication and Super

Password or Local Authentication and Remotely Open Door, up to 7 person/card groups can be added to the authentication group.

7. Click Save.

7.7.4 Configure Custom Wiegand Rule

Based on the knowledge of uploading rule for the third party Wiegand, you can set multiple customized Wiegand rules to communicate between the device and the third party card readers.

Before You Start Wire the third party card readers to the device.

Steps

Note By default, the device disables the custom wiegand function. If the device enables the custom

Wiegand function, all wiegand interfaces in the device will use the customized wiegand protocol. Up to 5 custom Wiegands can be set. For details about the custom Wiegand, see .

1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Custom Wiegand to enter the Custom Wiegand page.

2. Select a custom Wiegand on the left. 3. Create a Wiegand name.

Note Up to 32 characters are allowed in the custom Wiegand name.

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4. Click Select Device to select the access control device for setting the custom wiegand. 5. Set the parity mode according to the property of the third party card reader.

Note Up to 80 bits are allowed in the total length. The odd parity start bit, the odd parity length, the even parity start bit and the even parity

length range from 1 to 80 bit. The start bit of the card ID, the manufacturer code, the site code, and the OEM should range

from 1 to 80 bit. 6. Set output transformation rule.

1) Click Set Rule to open the Set Output Transformation Rules window.

Figure 7-8 Set Output Transformation Rule 2) Select rules on the left list.

The selected rules will be added to the right list. 3) Optional: Drag the rules to change the rule order. 4) Click OK. 5) In the Custom Wiegand tab, set the rule's start bit, length, and the decimal digit.

7. Click Save.

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7.7.5 Configure Card Reader Authentication Mode and Schedule

You can set the passing rules for the card reader of the access control device according to your actual needs.

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Authentication to enter the authentication mode

configuration page. 2. Select a card reader on the left to configure. 3. Set card reader authentication mode.

1) Click Configuration.

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Figure 7-9 Select Card Reader Authentication Mode

Note PIN refers to the PIN code set to open the door. Refer to Configure Access Control Information .

2) Check the modes in the Available Mode list and they will be added to the selected modes list. 3) Click OK.

After selecting the modes, the selected modes will display as icons with different color. 4. Click the icon to select a card reader authentication mode, and drag the cursor to draw a color

bar on the schedule, which means in that period of time, the card reader authentication is valid. 5. Repeat the above step to set other time periods.

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Figure 7-10 Set Authentication Modes for Card Readers 6. Optional: Select a configured day and click Copy to Week to copy the same settings to the whole

week. 7. Optional: Click Copy to to copy the settings to other card readers. 8. Click Save.

7.7.6 Configure First Person In

You can set multiple first persons for one access control point. After the first person is authorized, it allows multiple persons access the door or other authentication actions.

Before You Start Add access control device to the client, and make sure the device supports the first person in function.

Add person and assign access authorization to designed person. For details, refer to Person Management and Set Access Group to Assign Access Authorization to Persons .

Steps 1. Click Access Control Advanced Function First Person In to enter the First Person In page. 2. Select an access control device in the list on the left panel. 3. Select the current mode as Enable Remaining Open after First Person, Disable Remaining Open

after First Person, or Authorization by First Person from the drop-down list for each access control point of the selected device. Enable Remaining Open after First Person

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The door remains open for the configured time duration after the first person is authorized until the remain open duration ends. If you select this mode, you should set the remain open duration.

Note The remain open duration should be between 0 and 1440 minutes. By default, the remain open duration is 10 minutes.

Disable Remaining Open after First Person Disable the function of first person in, namely normal authentication.

Authorization by First Person All authentications (except for the authentications of super card, super password, duress card, and duress code) are allowed only after the first person authorization.

Note You can authenticate by the first person again to disable the first person mode.

4. Click Add on the First Person List panel. 5. Select person(s) in the left list and the person(s) will be add to the selected persons as the first

person(s) of the doors. The added first person(s) will list in the First Person List

6. Optional: Select a first person from the list and click Delete to remove the person from the first person list.

7. Click Save.

7.7.7 Configure Anti-Passback

You can set to only pass the access control point according to the specified path and only one person could pass the access control point after swiping the card.

Before You Start Enable the anti-passing back function of the access control device. Perform this task when you want to configure the anti-passing back for the access control device.

Steps

Note Either the anti-passing back or multi-door interlocking function can be configured for an access control device at the same time. For the configuration of multi-door interlocking, refer to .

1. Click Access Control Advanced Function Anti-Passback to enter the Anti-Passpack Settings page.

2. Select an access control device on the left panel. 3. Select a card reader as the beginning of the path in the First Card Reader field.

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4. Click of the selected first card reader in the Card Reader Afterward column to open the select card reader dialog.

5. Select the afterward card readers for the first card reader.

Note Up to four afterward card readers can be added as afterward card readers for one card reader.

6. Click OK in the dialog to save the selections. 7. Click Save in the Anti-Passback Settings page to save the settings and take effect.

Example Set Card Swiping Path If you select Reader In_01 as the beginning, and select Reader In_02, Reader Out_04 as the linked card readers. Then you can only get through the access control point by swiping the card in the order as Reader In_01, Reader In_02 and Reader Out_04.

7.7.8 Configure Device Parameters

After adding the access control device, you can set its parameters such as network parameters.

Set RS-485 Parameters

You can set the access control device's RS-485 parameters including the baud rate, data bit, the stop bit, parity type, flow control type, communication mode, work mode, and connection mode.

Steps

Note The RS-485 Settings should be supported by the device.

1. Enter the Access Control module. 2. On the navigation bar on the left, enter Advanced Function More Parameters . 3. Select an access control device in the device list and click RS-485 to enter the RS-485 Settings

page. 4. Select the serial port number from the drop-down list to set the RS-485 parameters. 5. Set the serial number, external device, authentication center, baud rate, data bit, stop bit, parity

type, flow control type, communication mode, and working mode in the drop-down list. 6. Click Save.

The configured parameters will be applied to the device automatically. When you change the working mode or connection mode, the device will reboot automatically.

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Enable M1 Card Encryption

M1 card encryption can improve the security level of authentication.

Steps

Note The function should be supported by the access control device and the card reader.

1. Enter the Access Control module. 2. On the navigation bar on the left, enter Advanced Function More Parameters . 3. Select an access control device in the device list and click M1 Card Encryption Verification to

enter the M1 Card Encryption Verification page. 4. Set the switch to on to enable the M1 card encryption function. 5. Set the sector ID.

Note The sector ID ranges from 1 to 100. By default, Sector 13 is encrypted. It is recommended to encrypt sector 13.

6. Click Save to save the settings.

7.8 Configure Linkage Actions for Access Control You can configure different linkage actions for the event detected by the access control device. After that, linkage actions will be triggered once the event happens. This mechanism is used for notifying the security personnel the event, or triggering automatic access control in real time.

Two types of linkage actions are supported: Client Actions: When the event is detected, it will trigger the actions on the client, such as the

client making an audible warning.. Device Actions: When the event is detected, it will trigger the actions of a specific device, such

as buzzing of a card reader and, opening/closing of a door, ..

7.8.1 Configure Client Actions for Access Event

Even if you are far away from an access point, you can still know what happens and how urgent the event is by configuring linked actions of access event on the client. You will be notified on the client once an event is triggered, so that you can response to the event instantly. You can also configure client actions of access points in a batch at a time.

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Steps

Note The linkage actions here refer to the linkage of the client software's own actions such as audible warning, email linkage, etc.

1. Click Event Management Access Control Event . The added access control devices will display in the device list.

2. Select a resource (including device, alarm input, door/elevator, and card reader) from the device list. The event types which the selected resource supports will display.

3. Select the event(s) and click Edit Priority to define the priority for the event(s), which can be used to filter events in the Event Center.

4. Set the linkage actions of the event. 1) Select the event(s) and click Edit Linkage to set the client actions when the events triggered.

Audible Warning The client software gives an audible warning when alarm is triggered. You can select the alarm sound for audible warning.

Note For setting the alarm sound, please refer to Set Alarm Sound in the user manual of client software..

Send Email Send an email notification of the alarm information to one or more receivers. For details about setting email parameters, refer to Set Email Parameters in the user manual of client software..

2) Click OK. 5. Enable the event so that when the event is detected, en event will be sent to the client and the

linkage actions will be triggered. 6. Optional: Click Copy to... to copy the event settings to other access control device, alarm input,

door, or card reader.

7.8.2 Configure Device Actions for Access Event

You can set the access control device's linkage actions for the access control device's triggered event. After that, when an event is triggered, it can trigger the alarm output, buzzer on access controller, and other actions.

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Steps

Note The linkage actions should be supported by the device.

1. Click Access Control Linkage Configuration . 2. Select the access control device from the list on the left. 3. Click Add to add a new linkage. 4. Select Event Linkage as the event source. 5. select the event type and detailed event to set the linkage. 6. In the Linkage Target area, set the property target to enable this action.

Buzzer on Controller The audible warning of access control device will be triggered.

Capture An event-related picture will be captured when the selected event happens.

Recording An event-related picture will be captured when the selected event happens.

Note The device should support recording.

Buzzer on Reader The audible warning of card reader will be triggered.

Alarm Output The alarm output will be triggered for notification when the selected event happens

Alarm Input Arm or disarm the alarm input.

Note The device should support alarm input function.

Access Point The door status of open, close, remain open, or remain close will be triggered.

Note The target door and the source door cannot be the same one.

Audio Play The audio prompt will be triggered. And the select audio index related audio content will be played according to the configured play mode.

7. Click Save.

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8. Optional: After adding the device linkage, you can do one or more of the followings:

Edit Linkage Settings

Select the configured linkage settings in the device list and you can edit its event source parameters, including event source and linkage target.

Delete Linkage Settings

Select the configured linkage settings in the device list and click Delete to delete it.

7.8.3 Configure Device Actions for Card Swiping

You enable access control device's linkage actions (such as disarming a zone and triggering audio prompt) for the swiping of a specific card, In this way, you can monitor the card holder's behaviors and whereabouts.

Steps

Note It should be supported by the device.

1. Click Access Control Linkage Configuration . 2. Select the access control device from the list on the left. 3. Click Add to add a new linkage. 4. Select Card Linkage as the event source. 5. Enter the card number or select the card from the drop-down list. 6. Select the card reader where the card swipes. 7. In the Linkage Target area, set the property target to enable this action.

Buzzer on Controller The audible warning of access control device will be triggered.

Buzzer on Reader The audible warning of card reader will be triggered.

Capture An event-related picture will be captured when the selected event happens.

Recording An event-related picture will be captured when the selected event happens.

Note The device should support recording.

Alarm Output The alarm output will be triggered for notification.

Alarm Input Arm or disarm the alarm input.

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Note The device should support alarm input function.

Access Point The door status of open, close, remain open, or remain closed will be triggered.

Audio Play The audio prompt will be triggered. And the select audio index related audio content will be played according to the configured play mode.

8. Click Save. When the card (configured in Step 5) swipes on the card reader (configured in Step 6), it can trigger the linked actions (configured in step 7).

9. Optional: After adding the device linkage, you can do one or more of the followings:

Delete Linkage Settings

Select the configured linkage settings in the device list and click Delete to delete it.

Edit Linkage Settings

Select the configured linkage settings in the device list and you can edit its event source parameters, including event source and linkage target.

7.9 Door Control In Monitoring module, you can view the real-time status of the doors managed by the added access control device. You can also control the doors such as open/close the door, or remain the door open/closed via the client remotely. The real-time access event are displayed in this module. You can view the access details and person details.

Note For the user with door control permission, the user can enter the Monitoring module and control the door. Or the icons used for control will not show. For setting the user permission, refer to Person Management .

7.9.1 Control Door Status

You can control the status for a single door, including opening door, closing door, remaining the door open, and remaining the door closed.

Steps 1. Click Monitoring to enter the status monitoring page. 2. Select an access point group on the upper-right corner.

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Note For managing the access point group, refer to Group Management in the user manual of the client software.

The doors in the selected access control group will display. 3. Click a door icon to select a door, or press Ctrl and select multiple doors. 4. Click the following buttons to control the door.

Open Door When the door is locked, unlock it and it will be open for once. After the open duration, the door will be closed and locked again automatically.

Close Door When the door is unlocked, lock it and it will be closed. The person who has the access authorization can access the door with credentials.

Remain Open The door will be unlocked (no matter closed or open). All the persons can access the door with no credentials required.

Remain Closed The door will be closed and locked. No person can access the door even if he/she has the authorized credentials, except the super users.

Capture Capture a picture manually.

Note The Capture button is available when the device supports capture function. The picture is saved in the PC running the client. For setting the saving path, refer to Set File Saving Path in the user manual of the client software.

Result

The icon of the doors will change in real-time according to the operation if the operation is succeeded.

7.9.2 Check Real-Time Access Records

The access records will display in real time, including card swiping records, face recognitions records, fingerprint comparison records, etc. You can view the person information and view the picture captured during access.

Steps 1. Click Monitoring and select a group from the drop-down list on the upper-right corner.

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The access records triggered at the doors in the selected group will display in real time. You can view the details of the records, including card No., person name, organization, event time, etc.

2. Optional: Check the event type and event status so that these events will show in the list if the events are detected. The events of unchecked type or status will not be displayed in the list.

3. Optional: Check Show Latest Event and the latest access record will be selected and displayed at the top of the record list.

4. Optional: Click the event to view the accessed person details, including person pictures (captured picture and profile), person No., person name, organization, phone, contact address, etc.

Note You can double click the captured picture to enlarge it to view the details.

5. Optional: Right click on the column name of the access event table to show or hide the column according to actual needs.

7.10 Event Center The event information (for example, device offline) received by the client displays. In the Event Center, you can check the detailed information of the real-time and historical events, view the event linked video, handle the events, and so on.

Before the client can receive the event information from the device, you need to enable the events of the resource and arm the device first. For details, refer to and Enable Receiving Events from Devices .

7.10.1 Enable Receiving Events from Devices

Before the client can receive the event information from the device, you need to arm the device first.

Steps 1. Click Tool Device Arming Control open Device Arming Control page.

All the added devices display on this page. 2. In the Operation column, turn on the switch to enable auto-arming, or click Arm All to arm all

the devices.

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Figure 7-11 Device Arming Control 3. View the arming status of each device in the Arming Status column.

Result

The events of armed device(s) are automatically uploaded to the client when the event is triggered.

7.10.2 View Real-Time Events

The real-time event information received by the client of the connected resources are displayed. You can check the real-time event information, including event source, event time, priority, etc.

Before You Start Enable receiving events from devices before the client can receive event from the device, see Enable Receiving Events from Devices for details.

Steps 1. Click Event Center Real-time Event to enter the real-time event page and you can view the

real-time events received by the client. Event Time

For encoding device, event time is the client time when it receives the event. For other device types, event time is the time when the event is triggered.

Priority Priority represents the emergency degree of the event.

2. Filter the events.

Filter by Device Type and (or) Priority

Select device type(s) and (or) priorities to filter events.

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Filter by Keywords Enter the keywords to filter the events. 3. Optional: Right-click the table header of the event list to customize the event related items to be

displayed in the event list. 4. View the event details.

1) Select an event in the event list. 2) Click Expand in the right-lower corner of the page. 3) View the detail description and handing records of the event.

5. Optional: Perform the following operations if necessary.

Handle Single Event Click Handle to enter the processing suggestion, and then click Commit.

Note After an event is handled, the Handle button will become Add Remark. Click Add Remark to add more remarks for this handled event.

Handle Events in a Batch

Select events that need to be processed, and then click Handle in Batch. Enter the processing suggestion, and then click Commit.

Enable/Disable Alarm Audio

Click Enable Audio/Disable Audio to enable/disable the audio of the event.

Select the Latest Event Automatically

Check Auto-Select Latest Event to select the latest event automatically and the event information details is displayed.

Clear Events Click Clear to clear the all the events in the event list.

Send Email Select an event and then click Send Email, and the information details of this event will be sent by email.

Note You should configure the email parameters first, see for details.

7.10.3 Search Historical Events

In the Event Search module of the event center page, you can search the historical events via time, device type, and other conditions according to the specified device type, and then process the events.

Before You Start Enable receiving events from devices before the client can receive event information from the device,see Enable Receiving Events from Devices for details.

Steps 1. Click Event Center Event Search to enter the event search page.

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Figure 7-12 Search History Event 2. Set the filter conditions to display the required events only.

Time The client time when the event starts.

Search by Group: Search the events occurred on the resources in the selected group. Device: Search the events occurred on the selected device.

Device Type The type of device that occurred the event. All

All the device types, and you can set the following filter conditions: group, priority, and status.

Video Intercom For the events of video intercom, you need to select searching scope: All Record and Only Unlocking. All Records: You can filter the events from all the video intercom events, and you need

to set the following filter conditions: device, priority, status. Only Unlocking: You can filter the events from all the video intercom unlocking events,

and you need to set the following filter conditions: device, unlocking type. Access Control

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For the events of access control, you can set the following filter conditions: device, priority, status, event type, card reader type, person name, card no., organization.

Note Click Show More to set the event type, card reader type, person name, card no., organization.

Group The group of the device that occurred the event. You should set the group as condition only when you select the Device Type as All.

Device The device that occurred the event.

Priority The priority including low, medium, high and uncategorized which indicates the urgent degree of the event.

Status The handling status of the event.

3. Click Search to search the events according the conditions you set. 4. Optional: Right click the table header of the event list to customize the event related items to be

displayed in the event list.

Figure 7-13 Customize Event Related Items to be Displayed

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5. Optional: Handle the event(s). - Handle single event: Select one event that need to be processed, and then click Handle in the

event information details page, and enter the processing suggestion. - Handle events in a batch: Select the events which need to be processed, and then click

Handle in Batch, and enter the processing suggestion.

Note After an event is handled, the Handle button will become Add Remark, click Add Remark to add more remarks for this handled event.

6. Optional: Select an event and then click Send Email, and the information details of this event will be sent by email.

Note You should configure the email parameters first, see Set Email Parameters in the user manual of client software for details.

7. Optional: Click Export to export the event log or event pictures to the local PC in CSV format. You can set the saving path manually.

8. Hover the cursor on the related picture, and then click the download icon on the upper-right corner of the picture to download it to the local PC. You can set the saving path manually.

7.11 Time and Attendance The Time and Attendance module provides multiple functionalities to track and monitor when employees start and stop work, and full control of employees working hours such as late arrivals, early departures, time taken on breaks and absenteeism.

Note In this section, we introduce the configurations before you can getting the attendance reports. The access records recorded after these configurations will be calculated in the statistics.

7.11.1 Configure Attendance Parameters

You can configure the attendance parameters, including the general rule, overtime parameters, attendance check point, holiday, leave type, etc.

Set Weekend

The days of weekends may vary in different countries and regions. The client provides weekends definition function. You can select one or more days as the weekends according to actual requirements, and set different attendance rules for weekends from workdays.

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Steps

Note The parameters configured here will be set as default for the newly added time period. It will not affect the existed one(s).

1. Enter Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings General Rule . 3. Select the day(s) as weekend, such as Saturday and Sunday. 4. Click Save.

Configure Overtime Parameters

You can configure the overtime parameters for workday and weekend, including overtime level, work hour rate, attendance status for overtime, etc.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Attendance Settings Overtime . 2. Set required information.

Overtime Level for Workday When you work for a certain period after end-work time on workday, you will reach different overtime level: overtime level 1, overtime level 2 and overtime level 3. You can set different work hour rate for three overtime levels, respectively.

Work Hour Rate Work Hour Rate is used to calculate work hours by multiplying it by overtime. When you work for a certain period after end-work time on workday, you will reach different overtime level. You can set different work hour rates (1-10, can be a decimal) for three overtime levels. For example, your valid overtime is one hour (in overtime level 1), and the work hour rate of overtime level 1 is set as 2, then the work hours in the period will be calculated as 2 hours.

Overtime Rule for Weekend You can enable overtime rule for weekend and set calculation mode.

3. Click Save.

Configure Attendance Check Point

You can set the card reader(s) of the access control device as the attendance check point(s), so that the authentication on the card readers will be recorded for attendance.

Before You Start You have added access control device(s). For details, refer to Add Device . You have enabled T&A Status. For details, refer to Add General Timetable .

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By default, all card readers of the added access control devices are set as start/end-work check points. If you need to edit check point function of card reader(s), you can perform the following operations.

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings Attendance Check Point to enter the attendance check point

settings page. 3. Set Set All Card Readers as Check Points switch to off. 4. Check the desired card reader(s) as attendance check point(s) in the list below. 5. Set check point function as Start/End-Work, Start-Work or End-Work.

Note When selecting Start-Work or End-Work, the attendance status uploaded from the device will be decided by the check point function you set here.

Start-Work Attendance status uploaded from the device will all be calculated as Check-in.

End-Work Attendance status uploaded from the device will all be calculated as Check-out.

Start/End-Work Attendance status will be calculated as Check in/out according to the actual attendance status on the device.

6. Click Set as Check Point. The configured attendance check point(s) are displayed on the right list.

7. Optional: After setting attendance check points, and perform the following operations.

Edit Check Point

Check one attendance check point, click Edit to edit its information including name, check point function, etc. Check two or more attendance check points, click Edit to batch edit check point function, enter remark, etc.

Delete Check Point

Check one or more check points, and click Delete to delete it/them.

Configure Holiday

You can add the holiday during which the check-in or check-out will not be recorded.

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Add Regular Holiday

You can configure a holiday which will take effect annually on regular days during the effective period, such as New Year's Day, Independence Day, Christmas Day, etc.

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings Holiday to enter the Holiday Settings page. 3. Check Regular Holiday as holiday type. 4. Custom a name for the holiday. 5. Set the first day of the holiday. 6. Enter the number of the holiday days. 7. Set the attendance status if the employee works on holiday. 8. Optional: Check Repeat Annually to make this holiday setting effective every year. 9. Click OK.

The added holiday will display in the holiday list and calendar. If the date is selected as different holidays, it will be recorded as the first-added holiday.

10. Optional: After adding the holiday, perform one of the following operations.

Edit Holiday Click to edit the holiday information.

Delete Holiday Select one or more added holidays, and click Delete to delete the holiday(s) from the holiday list.

Add Irregular Holiday

You can configure a holiday which will take effect annually on irregular days during the effective period, such as Bank Holiday.

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings Holiday to enter the Holiday Settings page. 3. Click Add to open the Add Holiday page. 4. Check Irregular Holiday as holiday type. 5. Custom a name for the holiday. 6. Set the start date of the holiday.

Example If you want to set the forth Thursday in November, 2019 as the Thanksgiving Day holiday, you should select 2019, November, 4th, and Thursday from the four drop-down lists.

7. Enter the number of the holiday days. 8. Set the attendance status if the employee works on holiday. 9. Optional: Check Repeat Annually to make this holiday setting effective every year

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10. Click OK. The added holiday will display in the holiday list and calendar. If the date is selected as different holidays, it will be recorded as the first-added holiday.

11. Optional: After adding the holiday, perform one of the following operations.

Edit Holiday Click to edit the holiday information.

Delete Holiday Select one or more added holidays, and click Delete to delete the holiday(s) from the holiday list.

Configure Leave Type

You can customize the leave type (major leave type and minor leave type) according to actual needs. You can also edit or delete the leave type.

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings Leave Type to enter the Leave Type Settings page. 3. Click Add on the left to add a major leave type. 4. Optional: Perform one of the following operations for major leave type.

Edit Move the cursor over the major leave type and click to edit the major leave type.

Delete Select one major leave type and click Delete on the left to delete the major leave type.

5. Click Add on the right to add a minor leave type. 6. Optional: Perform one of the following operations for minor leave type.

Edit Move the cursor over the minor leave type and click to edit the minor leave type.

Delete Select one or multiple major leave types and click Delete on the right to delete the selected minor leave type(s).

Synchronize Authentication Record to Third-Party Database

The attendance data recorded on the client can be used by other system for calculation or some other operations. You can enable synchronization function to apply the authentication record from the client to the third-party database automatically.

Steps 1. Enter Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings Third-Party Database . 3. Set Apply to Database switch to on to enable synchronization function. 4. Select database Type as SQLServer or MySQL.

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Note If you select MySQL, you should import the configuration file (libmysql.dll) from local PC.

5. Set the other required parameters of the third-party database, including server IP address, port No., database name, user name and password.

Note The default port No. of the selected database type is displayed automatically. You can enter a number ranging from 1 to 65535 to customize the port No if needed.

6. Set table parameters of database according to the actual configuration. 1) Enter the table name of the third-party database. 2) Set the mapped table fields between the client and the third-party database.

7. Click Save to test whether database can be connected and save the settings for the successful connection. The attendance data will be written to the third-party database. During synchronization, if the client disconnects with the third-party database, the client will

start reconnection every 30 mins. After being reconnected, the client will synchronize the data recorded during the disconnected time period to the third-party database.

Configure Break Time

You can add break time and set start time, end time, duration, calculation mode and other parameters for the break. The added break time can also be edited or deleted.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Timetable Break Time .

The added break time is displayed in the list. 2. Click Break Time Settings to enter Break Time Settings window. 3. Click Add. 4. Enter a name for the break time. 5. Set related parameters for the break time.

Start Time / End Time Set the time when the break starts and ends.

No Earlier Than / No Later Than Set the earliest swiping time for starting break and the latest swiping time for ending break.

Break Duration The duration from start time to end time of the break.

Calculation Auto Deduct

The break duration will be calculated according to the time you set.

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Must Check The break duration will be calculated and excluded from work hours according to actual check-in and check-out time. Return from Break Early for

The actual check-in and check-out time does not exceed the break time, and can be marked as normal work or work overtime.

Return from Break Late for The actual check-in and check-out time exceeds the break time, and can be marked as late, absent or early leave.

Calculated by Each Check in/out: Each check-in time and check-out time is valid and the sum of all periods between adjacent check-in and check-out time will be recorded as the break time duration. First In & Last Out: The first check-in time is recorded as start break time and the last check-out time is recorded as the end break time.

Enable T&A Status Set Enable T&A Status switch to on to calculate the actual break time according to attendance status on the device.

Note This function should be supported by the device.

Valid Authentication Interval During the valid authentication interval, person swiping card for several times will only be calculated as once when calculating attendance data.

6. Click Save to save the settings. 7. Optional: Click Add to continue adding break time.

Configure Report Display

You can configure display contents displayed in the attendance report, such as the company name, logo, date format, time format, and mark.

Steps 1. Enter Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Statistics Report Display . 3. Set the display settings for attendance report.

Company Name Enter a company name to display the name in the report.

Attendance Status Mark

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Enter the mark and select the color. The related fields of attendance status in the report will display with the mark and color.

Weekend Mark Enter the mark and select the color. The weekend fields in the report will display with the mark and color.

4. Click Save.

7.11.2 Add General Timetable

On the timetable page, you can add general timetable for employees, which requires the fixed start-work time and end-work time. Also, you can set valid check-in/out time, allowable timetable for being late and leaving early.

Steps 1. Click Time and Attendance Timetable to enter the timetable settings page. 2. Click Add to enter add timetable page.

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Figure 7-14 Add Timetable 3. Create a name for the timetable.

Note You can click the color icon beside the name to customize the color for the valid timetable on the time bar in the Configuration Result area.

4. Select the timetable type as general. 5. Select calculation method.

First In & Last Out The first check-in time is recorded as start work time and the last check-out time is recorded as the end-work time.

Each Check-In/Out Each check-in time and check-out time is valid and the sum of all periods between adjacent check-in and check-out time will be recorded as the valid working duration.

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You need to set Valid Authentication Interval for this calculation method. For example, if the interval between card swiping of the same card is less than the set value, the card swiping is invalid.

6. Optional: Set Enable T&A Status switch to on to calculate according to attendance status of the device.

Note This function should be supported by the device.

7. Optional: Enable Calculate Break Time into Attended Duration.

Note When enabled, break time will be calculated into the overall attendance duration. That is, the actual attendance duration equals to the overall attendance duration (includes break time).

8. Set the related attendance time parameters as the following: Start/End-Work Time

Set the start-work time and end-work-time. Valid Check-in/out Time

On the time bar, adjust the yellow bar to set the timetable during which the check-in or check-out is valid.

Calculated as Set the duration calculated as the actual work duration.

Late/Early Leave Allowable Set the timetable for late or early leave.

9. Set absence related parameters. Check-In, Late for

You can set the late time duration for the employee who has checked in but is late for work. If the employee exceeds the required time period, his/her attendance data will be marked as absent.

Check-Out, Early Leave for You can set the early leave time duration for the employee who checks out earlier than the normal leave time, and his/her attendance data will be marked as absent.

No Check-in If the employee does not check in, his/her attendance data may be marked as absent or late.

No Check-Out If the employee does not check out, his/her attendance data may be marked as absent or early leave.

10. Click Save to add the timetable. 11. Optional: Perform one or more following operations after adding timetable.

Edit Timetable Select a timetable from the list to edit related information.

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Delete Timetable Select a timetable from the list and click Delete to delete it.

7.11.3 Add Shift

You can add shift for employees including setting shift period (day, week, month) and the effective attendance time. According to the actual requirements, you can adding multiple timetables in one shift for employees, which requires them to check in and check out for each timetable.

Before You Start Add a timetable first. See Add General Timetable for details.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Shift to enter shift settings page. 2. Click Add to enter Add Shift page. 3. Enter the name for shift. 4. Select the shift period from the drop-down list. 5. Select the added timetable and click on the time bar to apply the timetable.

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Figure 7-15 Add Shift

Note You can select more than one timetables. The start and end work time and the valid check-in and out time in different time tables can not be overlapped.

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Figure 7-16 Add Multiple Timetables 6. Click Save.

The added shift lists on the left panel of the page. At most 64 shifts can be added. 7. Optional: Assign the shift to organization or person for a quick shift schedule.

1) Click Assign. 2) Select Organization or Person tab and check the desired organization(s) or person(s) box.

The selected organizations or persons will list on the right page. 3) Set the Expire Date for the shift schedule. 4) Set other parameters for the schedule.

Check-in Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-in when they come to work.

Check-out Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-out when they end work.

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On the holidays, this schedule is still effective and the persons needs to go to work according to the schedule.

Effective for Overtime The persons' overtime will be recorded for this schedule.

5) Click Save to save the quick shift schedule.

7.11.4 Manage Shift Schedule

Shift work is an employment practice designed to make use of all 24 hours of the clock each day of the week. The practice typically sees the day divided into shifts, set periods of time during which different shifts perform their duties.

You can set department schedule, person schedule, and temporary schedule.

Set Department Schedule

You can set the shift schedule for one department, and all the persons in the department will be assigned with the shift schedule.

Before You Start In Time & Attendance module, the department list is the same with the organization. You should add organization and persons in Person module first. See Person Management for details.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Shift Schedule to enter the Shift Schedule Management page. 2. Click Department Schedule to enter Department Schedule page. 3. Select the department from the organization list on the left.

Note If Include Sub Organization is checked, when selecting the organization, its sub organizations are selected at the same time.

4. Select the shift from the drop-down list. 5. Optional: Enable Multiple Shift Schedules and select the effective time period(s) from the

added timetables for the persons.

Note This is only available for shift with only one timetable. Multiple Shift Schedules

It contains more than one timetables. The person can check in/out in any of the timetables and the attendance will be effective.

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If the multiple shift schedules contains three timetables: 00:00 to 07:00, 08:00 to 15:00 and 16:00 to 23:00. The attendance of the person adopting this multiple shift schedules will be effective in any of the three timetables. If the person checks in at 07:50, it will apply the nearest timetable 08:00 to 15:00 to the person's attendance.

6. Set the start date and end date. 7. Set other parameters for the schedule.

Check-in Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-in when they come to work.

Check-out Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-out when they end work.

Scheduled on Holidays On the holidays, this schedule is still effective and the persons needs to go to work according to the schedule.

Effective for Overtime The persons' overtime will be recorded for this schedule.

Flexible Shift Schedule on Weekend The person's attendance on the weekend will be recorded as overtime.

8. Click Save.

Set Person Schedule

You can assign the shift schedule to one or more persons. You can also view and edit the person schedule details.

Before You Start Add department and person in Person module. See Person Management for details.

Steps

Note The person schedule has the higher priority than department schedule.

1. Click Time & Attendance Shift Schedule to enter the Shift Schedule page. 2. Click Person Schedule to enter Person Schedule page. 3. Select the organization and select the person(s). 4. Select the shift from the drop-down list. 5. Optional: Enable Multiple Shift Schedules and select the effective time period(s) from the

added timetables for the persons.

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Note This is only available for shift with only one timetable. Multiple Shift Schedules

It contains more than one timetables. The person can check in/out in any of the timetables and the attendance will be effective. If the multiple shift schedules contains three timetables: 00:00 to 07:00, 08:00 to 15:00 and 16:00 to 23:00. The attendance of the person adopting this multiple shift schedules will be effective in any of the three timetables. If the person checks in at 07:50, it will apply the nearest timetable 08:00 to 15:00 to the person's attendance.

6. Set the start date and end date. 7. Set other parameters for the schedule.

Check-in Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-in when they come to work.

Check-out Not Required Persons in this schedule do not need to check-out when they end work.

Scheduled on Holidays On the holidays, this schedule is still effective and the persons needs to go to work according to the schedule.

Effective for Overtime The persons' overtime will be recorded for this schedule.

Flexible Shift Schedule on Weekend The person's attendance on the weekend will be recorded as overtime.

8. Click Save.

Set Temporary Schedule

You can add a temporary schedule for the person and the person will be assigned with the shift schedule temporarily. You can also view and edit the temporary schedule details.

Before You Start Add department and person in Person module. See Person Management for details.

Steps

Note The temporary schedule has higher priority than department schedule and person schedule.

1. Click Time & Attendance Shift Schedule to enter the Shift Schedule Management page. 2. Click Temporary Schedule to enter Temporary Schedule page. 3. Select the organization and select the person(s).

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4. Click one date or click and drag to select multiple dates for the temporary schedule. 5. Select Workday or Non-Workday from drop-down list.

If Non-Workday is selected, you need to set the following parameters. Calculated as

Select normal or overtime level to mark the attendance status for temporary schedule. Timetable

Select a timetable from drop-down list. Multiple Shift Schedule

It contains more than one timetables. The person can check in/out in any of the timetables and the attendance will be effective. If the multiple shift schedules contains three timetables: 00:00 to 07:00, 08:00 to 15:00 and 16:00 to 23:00. The attendance of the person adopting this multiple shift schedules will be effective in any of the three timetables. If the person checks in at 07:50, it will apply the nearest timetable 08:00 to 15:00 to the person's attendance.

Rule Set other rule for the schedule, such as Check-in Not Required, andCheck-out Not Required.

6. Click Save.

Check Shift Schedule

You can check the shift schedule in calendar or list mode. You ca also edit or delete the shift schedule.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Shift Schedule to enter the Shift Schedule Management page. 2. Select the organization and corresponding person(s). 3. Click or to view the shift schedule in calendar or list mode.

Calendar In calendar mode, you can view the shift schedule for each day in one month. You can click the temporary schedule for one day to edit or delete it.

List In list mode, you can view the shift schedule details about one person or organization, such as shift name, type, effective period and so on. Check the shift schedule(s), and click Delete to delete the selected shift schedule(s).

7.11.5 Manually Correct Check-in/out Record

If the attendance status is not correct, you can manually correct the check-in or check out record. You can also edit, delete, and export the check-in or check-out record.

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Before You Start You should add organizations and persons in Person module. For details, refer to Person

Management . The person's attendance status is incorrect.

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Attendance Handling to enter attendance handling page. 2. Click Correct Check-in/out to enter adding check-in/out correction page. 3. Select one or more persons from left list for correction. 4. Select the correction date. 5. Select the correction type as Check-in, Check-out, Break-in, Break-out, etc,. and set the correct

time.

Note You can click to add multiple correction items. At most 8 check-in/out items can be added.

6. Optional: Enter the remark information as desired. 7. Click Save to save the above settings. 8. Optional: After adding the check-in/out correction, perform one of the following operations.

View Click or to view the added attendance handling information in calendar or list mode.

Edit In calendar mode, click Edit to edit the details. In list mode, double-click the related field in Date, Handling Type, Time, or Remark

column to edit the details.

Note The edited check-in/out correction will take affect.

Delete In calendar mode, select one check-in/out correction, and click Delete to delete the selected item.

In list mode, check one or more check-in/out corrections, and click Delete to delete the selected items.

Note The deleted check-in/out correction will no longer take affect.

Export In list mode, check one or more check-in/out corrections to export the attendance handling details (CSV file) to local PC.

7.11.6 Add Leave and Business Trip

You can add leave and business trip when the employee want to ask for leave or go on a business trip.

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Before You Start You should add organizations and persons in the Person module. For details, refer to Person Management .

Steps 1. Click Time & Attendance Attendance Handling to enter attendance handling page. 2. Click Apply for Leave/Business Trip to enter adding the leave/business trip page. 3. Select person from left list. 4. Set the date(s) for your leave or business trip. 5. Select the major leave type and minor leave type from the drop-down list.

Note You can set the leave type in Attendance Settings. For details, refer to Configure Leave Type .

6. Set the time for leave. 7. Optional: Enter the remark information as desired. 8. Click Save. 9. Optional: After adding the leave and business trip, perform one of the following operations.

View Click or to view the added attendance handling information in calendar or list mode.

Note In calendar mode, you need to click Calculate to get the attendance status of the person in one month.

Edit In calendar mode, click the related label on date to edit the details. In list mode, double-click the filed in Date, Handling Type, Time, or Remark column

to edit the related information.

Delete Delete the selected items.

Export Export the attendance handling details to local PC.

Note The exported details are saved in CSV format.

7.11.7 Calculate Attendance Data

You need to calculate the attendance data before searching and viewing the overview of the attendance data, employees' detailed attendance data, employees' abnormal attendance data, the employees' overtime working data, and card swiping log.

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Automatically Calculate Attendance Data

You can set a schedule so that the client can automatically calculate attendance data of the previous day at the time you configured every day.

Steps

Note

1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Settings General Rule . 3. In the Auto-Calculate Attendance area, set the time that you want the client to calculate the

data. 4. Click Save.

The client will calculate the attendance data of the previous day from the time you have configured.

Manually Calculate Attendance Data

You can manually calculate attendance data by setting conditions including attendance time, department, attendance status, etc.

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Statistics Calculation . 3. Set the start time and end time to define the attendance data range. 4. Select the department from the drop-down list. 5. Optional: Set other conditions, including name and person ID. 6. Check attendance status (supports multi-selection). 7. Click Calculate.

Note Only the attendance data within three months can be calculated.

8. Optional: Perform one of the following operations.

Correct Check- in/out

Select one person, click Correct Check-in/out to add check-in/out correction.

Select Items to Display

Click on the upper right corner, or right click the table header of the attendance data list to customize the items to be displayed in the list.

Adjust Items Sequence

Click one item (except Person ID) and move the mouse to customize the sequence of different items.

Generate Report Click Report to generate the attendance report.

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Note The report items will be displayed in the sequence you have set.

Export Report Click Export to export attendance data (CSV file) to local PC.

Note The report items will be displayed in the sequence you have set.

7.11.8 Attendance Statistics

You can check the original attendance record, generate and export the attendance report based on the calculated attendance data.

Get an Overview of Employees' Attendance Data

You can search and view the employee's attendance data on the client, including attendance time, attendance status, check point, etc.

Before You Start You should add organizations and persons in Person module and the persons have swiped cards.

For details, refer to Person Management . Calculate the attendance data.

Note The client will automatically calculate the previous day's attendance data at 1:00 am on the

next day. Keep the client running at 1:00 am or it cannot calculate the previous day's attendance data automatically. If not calculated automatically, you can calculate the attendance data manually. For details, refer to Manually Calculate Attendance Data .

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Statistics Attendance Record . 3. Set the attendance start time and end time that you want to search. 4. Set other search conditions, including department, name, and person ID. 5. Select data source as All, Original Records on Device or Manually Handled Records. 6. Optional: Click Get Events from Device to get the attendance data from the device.

Note There are two methods for getting attendance events from the device, including Online and Import File. For more details about operations, refer to .

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7. Optional: Click Reset to reset all the search conditions and edit the search conditions again. 8. Click Search. 9. Optional: For the displayed search results, perform one of the following operations.

Edit Attendance Status

Select one incorrect record, double click the field of Attendance Status column and select from the drop-down list to edit single piece of attendance status. Check two or more incorrect records, click Edit Attendance Status on the upper left corner and select from the drop-down list to batch edit multiple pieces of attendance status.

Generate Report Click Report to generate the attendance report.

Export Report Click Export and select saving path to export the attendance report (CVS file) to the local PC.

Custom Export Click Custom Report and set conditions to export attendance records according to actual needs. For details, refer to .

Generate Instant Report

It supports to generate the a series of attendance reports manually to view the employees' attendance results.

Before You Start Calculate the attendance data.

Note You can calculate the attendance data manually, or set the schedule so that the client can calculate the data automatically every day. For details, refer to Calculate Attendance Data .

Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Statistics Report . 3. Select a report type. 4. Select the department or person to view the attendance report. 5. Set the start time and end time during which the attendance data will be displayed in the report. 6. Click Report to generate the statistics report and open it.

Send Report Regularly

The client supports multiple report types and you can pre-define the report content and it can send the report automatically to the email address you configured.

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Steps 1. Enter the Time & Attendance module. 2. Click Attendance Statistics Regularly Send Report . 3. Click Add to enter the add custom report page. 4. Set the report content.

Report Name Enter a name for the report.

Report Type Select one report type and this report will be generated.

Report Time The time to be selected may vary for different report type.

Person Select the added person(s) whose attendance records will be generated for the report.

Note You can view the selected person(s) in the right side of the Person area.

5. Set the schedule to send the report to the email address(es) automatically.

Note The Auto-Send Email function is enabled by default.

1) Set the Effective Period during which the client will send the report on the selected sending date(s).

2) Select the Sending Date(s) on which the client will send the report. 3) Set the Sending Time at which the client will send the report.

Example If you set the effective period as 2018/3/10 to 2018/4/10, select Friday as the sending date, and set the sending time as 20:00:00, the client will send the report at 8 p.m. on Fridays during 2018/3/10 to 2018/4/10.

Note Make sure the attendance records are calculated before the sending time. You can calculate the attendance data manually, or set the schedule so that the client can calculate the data automatically every day. For details, refer to Calculate Attendance Data .

4) Enter the receiver email address(es).

Note Up to 5 email addresses can be added. You can click + to add a new email address.

5) Optional: Click Preview to view the email details. 6. Click OK.

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7. Optional: After adding the custom report, you can do one or more of the followings:

Edit Report Select one added report and click Edit to edit its settings.

Delete Report Select one added report and click Delete to delete it.

Generate Report Select one added report and click Report to generate the report instantly and you can view the report details.

7.12 Remote Configuration via Client Software Configure device parameters remotely.

7.12.1 Check Device Information

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System Device Information and view the device basic information and the device

version information.

7.12.2 Edit Device Name

Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. Click to enter the remote configuration page. Click System General to configure the device name and overwrite record files parameter. Click Save.

7.12.3 Edit Time

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System Time to configure the time zone. 4. Optional: Check Enable NTP and set the NTP server address, the NTP port, and the

synchronization interval. 5. Optional: Check Enable DST and set the DST start time, end time and the bias. 6. Click Save.

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7.12.4 Set System Maintenance

You can reboot the device remotely, restore the device to default settings, etc.

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System System Maintenance . 4. Maintain the device.

Reboot The device starts rebooting.

Restore Default Settings Restore the device settings to the default ones, excluding the IP address.

Restore All Restore the device parameters to the default ones. The device should be activated after restoring.

5. Remotely upgrade the device. 1) In the Remote Upgrade part, select an upgrade type.

Note You need to set the device ID before upgrading if you select Controller Upgrade File as the

remote upgrade type. Only the card reader that connected via RS-485 protocol supports upgrading.

2) Click ... to select an upgrade file. 3) Click Upgrade to start upgrading.

Note Do not power off during the upgrading.

7.12.5 Manage Network User

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System User Network User . 4. Click Add to add the user. 5. Optional: Select a user in the user list and click Edit to edit the user.

You are able to edit the user password, the IP address, the MAC address and the user permission.

6. Click OK.

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7.12.6 Manage Keyfob User

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System User Keyfob User . 4. Click Add to add the user. 5. Check Enable in the pop-up window and set the keyfob's serial No. 6. Optional: Enable the Remain Open Status of the turnstile.

Note If enabling this function, after the keyfob is matching completed, you can set the barrier as remaining open by using the keyfob.

7. Set the door open direction 8. Click OK.

Note Up to 32 keyfob users can be added.

7.12.7 Set Security

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System Security . 4. Select the density level in the drop-down list. 5. You can select Compatible Mode or Security Mode.

Compatible Mode The user information verification is compatible with the old client software version when logging in.

Security Mode High security level during the user information verification when logging in.

6. Click Save.

7.12.8 Configure Screen Parameters

The device can connect to a text screen. You can set the display parameters on this page.

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list.

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2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System Screen Configuration . 4. Set the screen parameters.

Note For better performance, it is suggested to use the default parameters.

Screen Position Select the screen's position on the device. If select Exit from the drop-down list, the screen will be installed at the exit position of the device.

Screen Model Select the screen model from the drop-down list.

Font Size Select the text font size in the screen.

Screen Orientation Select the text orientation on the screen.

Line Space Set the space between two lines.

Column Spacing Set the space between two columns.

Initial Position Set the first character's position displayed on the screen.

5. Click Save.

7.12.9 Configure Screen Parameters

You can set the people counting's parameters and after the configuration.

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click System People Counting . 4. Set the people counting parameters.

Clear Counted Number Click Clear and the counted people number will be restored to zero.

Device People Counting Click Enable or Disable to enable or disable the people counting function.

Offline People Counting

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Click Enable or Disable to enable or disable function of the offline people counting on the client. If enabling the function and if the device is offline, the device will continue counting the people and the number will be stored in the device. When the device is online, the client will read the updated number from the device automatically.

People Counting Type You can select from Invalid, By Detection, and By Authentication Number. Invalid

The device will not count people. If the device people counting function is enabled, the people counting function is still disabled.

By Detection The device will count the people who passing through the device depending on the detection result.

By Authentication Number The device will count the people who authenticating on the device. The failed authentication will also count as once.

5. Click Save.

7.12.10 Configure Advanced Network

Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. Click to enter the remote configuration page. Click Network Advanced Settings and you can configure the DNS IP address 1 and the DNS IP address. Click Save to save the settings.

7.12.11 Configure Audio File

You can relate the audio file to the corresponding playing scene. You can also export the audio file from the system and import the audio file from the local.

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. 2. Click to enter the remote configuration page. 3. Click Other Audio File .

Note By default, the system contains the audio content. For details about the index related audio content, see Table of Audio Index Related Content .

4. Select the index (the playing content) corresponded play scene.

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5. Optional: Input the descriptions of the play scene. 6. Click Save Parameters to save the relationship between the index (the playing content) and the

play scene. 7. Optional: Click Export to export the default audio file to the local computer. 8. Optional: Click ... and select audio file from the local computer. Click Import to import the file to

the device.

Note The imported audio file should be in MEM format. For details about converting other format of the audio file to MEM format, see the audio

conversion manual. If you use the third part software to create or edit an audio file, the volume of the audio file

should be no less than 0 68. If the volume is less than the value, it will exceed the loudspeaker's power consumption, so that damage the loudspeaker.

7.12.12 View Relay Status

Click Maintenance and Management Device Management Device to enter the device list. Click to enter the remote configuration page. Click Status Relay and you can view the relay status.

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Appendix A. DIP Switch Description

The DIP switch is on the main lane control board. The left side to the right side is from the low bit to the high bit.

When the switch is towards ON, it means the switch is enabled, otherwise, the switch is off. If you set the DIP switch like the figure displayed below, its binary value is 00001100, and its decimal value is 12.

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Appendix B. Event and Alarm Type

Event Alarm Type

Tailgating Visual and Audible

Reverse Passing Visual and Audible

Force Accessing None

Climb over Barrier Visual and Audible

Overstay Visual and Audible

Passing Timeout None

Intrusion Visual and Audible

Free Passing Authentication Failed

Visual

Barrier Obstructed None

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Appendix C. Table of Audio Index Related Content

Index Content

1 Authenticated.

2 Card No. does not exist.

3 Card No. and fingerprint mismatch.

4 Climbing over the barrier.

5 Reverse passing.

6 Passing timeout.

7 Intrusion.

8 Force accessing.

9 Tailgating.

10 No permissions.

11 Authentication time out.

12 Authentication failed.

13 Expired card.

14 Stay out of time.

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Appendix D. Error Code Description

The swing barrier will display the error code on the seven-segment display if error occurred. Refer to the table below to find the description of each number.

Error Reason Code Error Reason Code

Normal Working 00 Upper IR Board 5 Offline 29

The First IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

01 Upper IR Board 6 Offline 30

The Second IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

02 Upper IR Board 7 Offline 31

The Third IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

03 Upper IR Board 8 Offline 32

The Fourth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

04 Upper IR Board 9 Offline 33

The Fifth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

05 Upper IR Board 10 Offline 34

The Sixth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

06 Upper IR Board 11 Offline 35

The Seventh IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

07 Upper IR Board 12 Offline 36

The Eighth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

08 Lower IR Board 1 Offline 37

The Ninth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

09 Lower IR Board 2 Offline 38

The Tenth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

10 Lower IR Board 3 Offline 39

The Eleventh IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

11 Lower IR Board 4 Offline 40

The Twelfth IR Beam on Upper IR Board Triggered

12 Lower IR Board 5 Offline 41

The First IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

13 Lower IR Board 6 Offline 42

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Error Reason Code Error Reason Code

The Second IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

14 Lower IR Board 7 Offline 43

The Third IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

15 Lower IR Board 8 Offline 44

The Fourth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

16 Lower IR Board 9 Offline 45

The Fifth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

17 Lower IR Board 10 Offline 46

The Sixth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

18 Lower IR Board 11 Offline 47

The Seventh IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

19 Lower IR Board 12 Offline 48

The Eighth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

20 Light Board Offline (Entrance) 49

The Ninth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

21 Light Board Offline (Exit) 50

The Tenth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

22 IR Adapter Offline (Up) 51

The Eleventh IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

23 IR Adapter Offline (Low) 52

The Twelfth IR Beam on Lower IR Board Triggered

24 CAN Bus Exception 53

Upper IR Board 1 Offline 25 Not Studying 54

Upper IR Board 2 Offline 26 Obstruction 55

Upper IR Board 3 Offline 27 Exceeding Studying Range 56

Upper IR Board 4 Offline 28 Motor Exception 57

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Appendix E. Communication Matrix and Device Command

Communication Matrix Scan the following QR code to get the device communication matrix. Note that the matrix contains all communication ports of Hikvision access control and video intercom devices.

Figure E-1 QR Code of Communication Matrix

Device Command Scan the following QR code to get the device common serial port commands. Note that the command list contains all commonly used serial ports commands for all Hikvision access control and video intercom devices.

Figure E-2 Device Command

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