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FaceStation User Manual Version V1.24 Important Safety Information Carefully review the information within the user manual before installing/operating the device. Pay careful attention
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FaceStation User Manual Version V1.24 Important Safety Information Carefully review the information within the user manual before installing/operating the device. Pay careful attention to the warning and cautions below as they are here to prevent any risk/damage to any person(s) or property associated with the device. Warning Failure to heed these warnings may lead to serious injury or even death! Caution Failure to heed these cautions may lead to minor injury or damage the device. Installation ydo not install the device near areas with direct sunlight, high humidity, soot or dust. ydo not install the device near heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, and stoves. ydo not install the device near areas of large electromagnetic interference. Installation ydo not leave cables (especially power cables) exposed to the outer environment. ydo not install the device near objects with a strong magnetic field such as magnets, computer monitors (especially CRT), TV screens, and speakers. Usage ydo not disassemble, repair or reconstruct the device. Contact your nearest Suprema dealer for technical support. ydo not obstruct or place wet objects near/on the vent. ydo not place liquids such as water, beverages and other solutions near/on the device. yonly use the device its intended use. Usage ydo not apply heavy pressure to or use sharp objects with the touchscreen LCD. ydo not drop or apply any physical shock/impact to the device. yregularly clean the product with a soft dry cloth; avoid benzene or alcohol. 2 Contents 1 Getting Started...6 Features...7 Components...8 Optional Accessories...9 Product Description...10 Dimensions Installation...13 Installation Precautions...14 Basic Installation Connections...16 Cable Specifications...17 Power Cable...17 RS232 Cable...17 Relay Cable...17 RS485 Cable...17 Wiegand Cable...17 Analogue Video Phone Cable...17 Switch Cable...17 Power Connection...18 Wireless LAN Connection...18 Ethernet Connections...19 Connecting with a PC...19 Connecting with Hub...19 RS485 Connections Connecting with a PC Connecting with Secure I/O Connecting with Other Devices RS232 Connection...21 Relay Connections Connecting with a Fail Safe Lock Connecting with a Fail Secure Lock Connecting with Automatic Doors Input Connection Wiegand Connections Connecting a Wiegand Input Connecting a Wiegand Output Mini USB Connection...24 USB Connection Analogue Video Phone Connection Contents 4 Device Configuration...26 FaceStation Menu Tree...27 Network Settings Setting TCP/IP Setting Server Setting Serial Communication Setting USB Using USB Memory Device Setting WLAN (Only for wireless models)...31 Operation Mode Settings...31 Face Authentication Mode Card Authentication Mode ID Authentication Mode Setting General Operational Parameters Time and Attendance Mode Device Settings Setting Face Authentication Settings Setting Door Control Setting Interphone Setting Time Checking Device Information Checking Memory Status TouchScreen Calibration Device Reset Factory Default Camera Display and Sound Settings Theme Background Voice Instruction Menu Timeout Pop-Up Time Backlight Timeout...41 Volume...41 Language...41 Central Time Display...41 Date Display...41 Authentication Alert Contents 5 Device Operation...42 Basic Screen Views...43 Face Authentication Screen Home Screen Device Status Screen User Management...45 User Registration Modifying User Information Deleting a User Deleting All Users Searching for a User Checking User Capacity Authentication Modes...51 Face Authentication Procedure...51 Face Authentication Modes Card Authentication Modes ID Authentication Modes Using Time and Attendance Checking Time and Attendance Viewing Logs Log List Log Search...55 Delete All Logs...55 Log Info...55 Appendix...56 Specifications...57 Product Specifications Electric Specifications Troubleshooting FCC Rules...58 Device Font License...58 Quality Assurance Index 1 Getting Started Features Components Product Description Dimensions Getting Started Features 4.3 Touchscreen LCD Next Generation Face Recognition Technology Various Interface Supported The 4.3 WVGA touchscreen LCD provides a robust and precise interface to an intuitive GUI allowing for easy operation and access to the device. By combining state-of-the-art technology with Suprema's proprietary algorithms, FaceStation provides querying speeds of up to 1:1000 matches per second. Using twin camera technology FaceStation is able to store both facial stamps using a visual camera as well as complex facial templates using the IR camera. FaceStation comes with a variety of network interfaces such as TCP/IP, WiFi, RS485, RS232, Wiegand, and USB. Video Phone FaceStation's built-in camera, microphone and speaker provide the device with the ability to be integrated with conventional analogue video phones, VoIP video phones or PC software to create. RF Card Support Mifare Classic, Mifare Plus, and Mifare DesFire (CSN) cards are supported. Powerful Dual-CPU Architecture A powerful 1.1GHz DSP is dedicated to handling facial template operations and a 667MHz RISC processor ensures uninterrupted device operations. 7 Getting Started Components Wall Mounting Bracket (1) Software CD (1) FaceStation Wall Mount Screws (4) PVC Anchors (4) Ferrite Core (1) Diode (2) RS232 Cable (1) Relay Cable (2) RS485 Cable (2) Wiegand Cable (1) Switch Cable (1) Video Phone Cable (1) Power Cable (1) 8 Getting Started Optional Accessories Power Adapter Secure I/O RF Card Plastic Stand PIN 6 : GND (Black) PIN 5 : Door Open (Orange) PIN 4 : Video Signal (White) PIN 3 : Power (Yellow) PIN 2 : GND (Blue) PIN 1 : Voice Signal (Red) RF Mifare reader/writer Video phone 6 Wireless Access 2 1 Point (For Wireless Models Only) S2 S Getting Started Product Description 1 LCD Touchscreen Used to display the device operating status and device operation. Front Call Button Used to place a call on the interphone. 3 Light LED Used as a general lighting. 4 Infrared (IR) LED Used as an IR light. 5 Camera Detects and captures a face image. 6 Proximity Sensor Determines the user's proximity. Basic T&A Buttons 7 Selects time and attendance events. (F1 - F4) 8 Microphone Used to communicate with the interphone. Note The RF antenna, used to scan RFID cards, is built around the IR LEDs. 10 Getting Started Rear and Bottom USB Wireless LAN Port Used for the wireless LAN module. 2 Termination Switch Enables RS485 termination. 3 PWR Connectors Connects to the 2-pin power cable. 4 RS232 Connectors Connects to the 3-pin RS232 cable. 5 RS485 Connectors Connects to the 4-pin RS485 cable. 6 Wiegand Connectors Connects to the 5-pin Wiegand cable. 7 Reset Button Resets the device. 8 Mini USB Port Connects with a PC. 9 Speaker Audio output from the device 10 USB type A Port Connects to a USB memory device. 11 Input Terminal Connects to the 8-pin input cable. 12 Analogue Video Connects to the 7-pin analogue video phone cable. 13 Output Relay Terminal Connects to two 3-pin relay cables. 14 Ethernet Port Connects an Ethernet cable. 9 11 Getting Started Dimensions FaceStation Wall Bracket 2 Installation Installation Precautions Basic Installation Installation Installation Precautions FaceStation is a state-of-the-art face recognition terminal using Suprema s advanced adaptive IR illumination technology. Please pay care attention to the precautions and instructions to maximize its performance. Installation Location Recommended Installation Height yoptimal Installation Height: 120cm (Ideal for user height s between 155cm - 205cm) yit is recommended to determine the installation height based on the shortest user. ya uniform installation height must be maintained when installing multiple devices for the same user group. ythe device is designed for indoor use. ywhen installing the device near a window, install the device at least 3 meters from the window. yavoid installation locations where there is direct sunlight on or behind the face. Recommended Installation Height User Height Range Bottom of the bracket Minimum Maximum 90cm 125cm 175cm 100cm 135cm 185cm 110cm 145cm 195cm 120cm 155cm 205cm The recommended installation height refers to the distance from the ground to the bottom of the bracket. 14 Installation Basic Installation As FaceStation two built-in cameras for face recognition, the correct installation height is extremely important to maximize the performance of the device. Select the optimal installation height for all users. Installation 1 Place the bracket on the desired location. 2 Fix the bracket to the location using the insert anchors and screws. 3 Mount the device onto the bracket. 4 Fix the device to the bracket using the device mount screw. 5 Remove the transparent protective film from the device. 50cm 120cm 15 3 Connections Cable Specifications Power Connection Wireless LAN Connection Ethernet Connections RS485 Connections RS232 Connection Relay Connections Input Connection Wiegand Connections Mini USB Connection USB Connection Analogue Video Phone Connection Connections Cable Specifications Power Cable Wiegand Cable Pin Name Cable Type Color 1 POW + RED AWG24 2 POW - BLACK 4 Pin Name Cable Type Color 1 DATA0 GREEN 2 DATA1 WHITE AWG26 3 GND BLACK RS232 Cable Pin Name Cable Type Color Analogue Video Phone Cable 4 SHIELD GND GRAY 1 RS232 RX GREEN Pin Name Cable Type Color 2 RS232 TX AWG26 YELLOW 3 GND BLACK 4 1 VOICE SIGNAL RED 2 GND BLUE 3 POWER YELLOW Relay Cable Pin Name Cable Type Color 1 RELAY NORMAL OPEN WHITE 4 VIDEO SIGNAL AWG26 WHITE 5 DOOR OPEN SIGNAL ORANGE 6 GND BLACK 7 SHIELD GND GRAY 2 RELAY COMMON AWG24 BLUE 3 RELAY NORMAL CLOSE ORANGE Switch Cable Pin Name Cable Type Color 1 SWITCH INPUT0 YELLOW RS485 Cable 4 Pin Name Cable Type Color 1 RS485 TRX+ BLUE 2 RS485 TRX- YELLOW AWG26 3 GND BLACK 4 SHIELD GND GRAY SWITCH INPUT1 GREEN 3 SWITCH GND BLACK 4 SHIELD GND GRAY AWG26 5 SWITCH INPUT2 WHITE 6 SWITCH INPUT3 ORANGE 7 SWITCH GND BLACK 8 SHIELD GND GRAY Connections Power Connection Wireless LAN Connection Wireless LAN FaceStation models come pre-installed with a USB WLAN module. USB Wireless LAN Note Use a 12VDC IEC/EN certified power adapter. It is recommended not to share FaceStation's power with other devices such as Secure I/O and/or locks. 18 Note The performance of WLAN is greatly affected by the surroundings and the type of the access point (AP) used. Compatibility issues may cause connection difficulties with some wireless access point brands. Connections Ethernet Connections Connecting with a PC FaceStation can communicate with a PC through a direct connection using an Ethernet cable. Connecting with Hub FaceStation can be connected to a network using a regular Ethernet hub or PoE hub. PoE (Power over Ethernet): Power is provided through the Ethernet connection by an IEEE802.3af compliant PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment). Ethernet Hub 19 Connections RS485 Connections Connecting with Secure I/O FaceStation can communicate with a PC, Secure I/O, or other devices via an RS485 connection. Master RS485 CH1 PIN3: RS-GND(Black) PIN2: RS485-TRX-(Yellow) PIN1: RS485-TRX+(Blue) Connecting with a PC Slave PIN6: RS485 TRX+(Blue) PIN5: RS485 TRX-(Yellow) PIN4: RS-GND (Black) RS485 CH1 Note PIN1: GND (Black) PIN2: TRXD - (Yellow) PIN3: RS TRXD + (Blue) For added security, a Secure I/O is recommended aspin3: thers-gnd(black) door relay interface. RS Converter PIN2: RS485-TRX-(Yellow) PIN1: RS485-TRX+(Blue) Connecting4 5with Other Devices 6 RS485 CH0 PIN3: RS-GND (Black) PIN2: RS485-TRX-(Yellow) PIN1: RS485-TRX+(Blue) Master RS485 CH1 PIN3: RS-GND(Black) PIN2: RS485-TRX-(Yellow) PIN1: RS485-TRX+(Blue) RS485 CH0 PIN3: RS-GND (Black) PIN2: RS485-TRX-(Yellow) PIN1: RS485-TRX+(Blue) 20 RS485 CH1 Slave Connections Note For long RS485 connections, enable the dip switch to terminate the line and prevent signal degradation. RS232 Connection FaceStation can communicate with a PC via an RS232 connection. Switch On PIN2: RXD (Green) PIN3: TXD (Yellow) PIN5: GND (Black) Switch Off Do not use the termination for short RS485 connections. If GND is not connected, the RS485 chip may malfunction. RS485 communication can support 2 host device and up to 7 slave devices. A maximum of 4 Secure I/O can be connected to one FaceStation PIN1: RS-GND (Black) PIN2: RS232-TX (Yellow) PIN3: RS232-RX (Green) 21 Connections Relay Connections Connecting with a Fail Safe Lock PIN3: N/C(Normal Close: Orange) PIN2: Common(Blue) PIN1: N/O(Normal Open: White) Note N.O. (Normally Open): A control signal closes the circuit. N.C. (Normally Closed): A control signal opens the circuit. Take care of the direction of the diode. Make sure to install the diode near to the door lock. Make sure to use different power supplies for the FaceStation and the door lock. Make sure to install the diode at both ends of the circuit as shown in the figure left in order to protect the relay contact from the reverse current that occurs when the door lock works. Connecting with Automatic Doors Deadbolt or Door strike DC Power supply PIN3: N/C(Normal Close: Orange) PIN2: Common(Blue) PIN1: N/O(Normal Open: White) Deadbolt or Door strike DC Power supply Connecting with a Fail Secure Lock PIN3: N/C(Normal Close: Orange) PIN2: Common(Blue) PIN1: N/O(Normal Open: White) Deadbolt or Door strike DC Power supply PIN3: N/C(Normal Close: Orange) PIN2: Common(Blue) PIN1: N/O(Normal Open: White) RTE Switch PIN3: N/C(Normal Close: Orange) Deadbolt or Door strike DC Power supply PIN2: Common(Blue) PIN1: N/O(Normal Open: White) Presence Detector Door Controller 22 Connections Input Connection Wiegand Connections Connecting a Wiegand Input PIN3: Wiegand GND (Black) PIN2: Wiegand DATA1 (White) PIN1: Wiegand DATA0 (Green) PIN8: Shield GND (Gray) PIN7: Switch GND (Black) Cable Shield (Optional) Cable Shield (Optional) PIN6: Switch Input3 (Orange) PIN5: Switch Input2 (White) PIN4: Shield GND (Gray) Cable Shield (Optional) PIN3: Switch GND (Black) PIN2: Switch Input1 (Green) PIN1: Switch Input0 (Yellow) Card Reader GND Wiegand Output.Data1 Switch Input 3 Switch Input 2 Switch Input 1 Switch Input 0 Wiegand Output.Data0 Note The Wiegand port can be set as either input or output via the BioStar software. 23 Connections Connecting a Wiegand Output Mini USB Connection FaceStation can communicate with a PC via the mini USB port PIN3: Wiegand GND (Black) PIN2: Wiegand DATA1 (White) PIN1: Wiegand DATA0 (Green) Cable Shield (Optional) Access Controller GND Wiegand Output.Data1 Wiegand Output.Data0 24 Connections USB Connection Analogue Video Phone Connection The USB port can be used to upload/download data to/from a USB memory device. PIN 6 : GND (Black) PIN 5 : Door Open (Orange) PIN 4 : Video Signal (White) PIN 3 : Power (Yellow) PIN 2 : GND (Blue) PIN 1 : Voice Signal (Red) S2 S1 4 Note Compatibility issues may cause recognition difficulties with some USB memory devices Note Compatible Analogue Video Phone Models: COMMAX/ CAV-35N, COMMAX/ CAV-50H, COMMAX/ CAV-50P 25 4 Device Configuration FaceStation Menu Tree Network Settings Operation Mode Settings Device Settings Display and Sound Settings Device Configuration FaceStation Menu Tree 1. User Enroll User Edit User Search User Capacity Info Delete All Users 2. Network TCP/IP LAN Type Port Max Conn DHCP IP Address Gateway Subnet Server Serial USB USB Memory Use Server Server IP Port RS485-PC RS485-NET RS232 USB USB Memory Import Export Firmware Upgrade 3. Mode Face Auth Mode Card Auth Mode ID Auth Mode Operation T&A Camera Event Face Face+Pin T&A Key Face T&A Key Face+PIN Face T&A Key Face+Pin T&A Key Card Only Card+PIN Card+Face Card+Face/PIN Card+Face+PIN ID+PIN ID+Face ID+Face/PIN ID+Face+PIN Face Detection Dual Authentication Card Mode Individual Auth Match Timeout(sec) 4. Device Face Security Level Enrollment Sensitivity Enable SubImage Proximity Level Door Inter phone Date & Time Device Info Relay Driven By Duration(sec) RTE(Exit SW) RTE Type Door Sensor Door Sensor Type Held Open Period(sec) Unlock Time Lock Time Exit Relay Device ID Interphone VoIP Setting BS VideoPhone Setting Date Time Time Sync 5. Display Theme Background Voice Instruction Menu Timeout Pop-Up Time Backlight Timeout Volume Language Central Time Display Date Display Authentication Alert 6. Log Log List Log Search Delete All Log Log Info WLAN Memory Info Touchscreen Calibration Reset Factory Default 27 Camera Device Configuration Network Settings Setup various communication interfaces with the device. Setting TCP/IP Setup the TCP/IP network settings of the device. 1 Go to Menu Network. 2 Navigate to the desired interface. 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 1 Go to Menu Network TCP/IP. 2 Set the options. LAN Type Port Max Conn DHCP IP Address Gateway Subnet Select the net type and press OK. Enter the port and press OK. Set the maximum number of clients to be concurrently connected with the device and press OK. Check to enable DHCP. Enter the desired IP address and press OK. (Only available with DHCP disabled) Enter the desired gateway address and press OK. (Only available with DHCP disabled) Enter the desired subnet address and press OK. (Only available with DCHP disabled) 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 28 Device Configuration Setting Server Setup the TCP/IP settings of the server to be connected with the device. Setting Serial Communication Setup the serial network settings of the device. 1 Go to Menu Network Server. 2 Set the options. User Server Server IP Port Check to use the Server mode . Enter the server's IP address and press OK. (Only available if Use Server is enabled) Enter the server's port and press OK. (Only available if Use Server is enabled) 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 1 Go to Menu Network Serial. 2 Set the options and press OK. RS485-PC RS485-NET RS232 You can enable/disable the RS485 port to connect with a PC and set the communication speed. Set the desired RS485 communication mode. (NET-HOST: allows slave devices to be connect to the device; NET- SLAVE: allows the device to connect to a host) Set to communicate with a PC using RS232. (Only available if RS485 is disabled) 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. Note The RS485 network supports up to 1 host devices and 7 slave devices (including up to 4 Secure I/O). 29 Device Configuration Setting USB Using USB Memory Device Contains various options associated with the USB memory device. (Only available if USB Memory is enabled) 1 Go to Menu Network USB. 2 Set the options. USB Setup the USB port to connect with a PC. USB Memory Setup the USB port to connect with a USB memory device. 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 1 Go to Menu Network USB Memory. 2 Select an option. Import Export Firmware Upgrade Select a device ID to import data and press OK. Press Export and wait until the job is completed. Select firmware to upgrade and press OK. 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. Note The USB Memory needs to be checked from Menu Network USB in order to activate the USB Memory menu. 30 Device Configuration Setting WLAN (Only for wireless models) Setup one of the four WLAN network presets to communicate with BioStar. The preset details can be configured via BioStar. Operation Mode Settings Setup the various authentication modes, operation modes, and/or time & attendance triggers for the device. The authentication modes will operate according to the schedule set via BioStar. 1 Go to Menu Network WLAN. 2 Check the preset option to use for WLAN connection. 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 1 Go to Menu Mode. 2 Set the options. 3 Press to go to the previous screen or to go to the Home screen. 31 Device Configuration Face Authentication Mode Card Authentication Mode 1 Go to Menu Mode Face Auth Mode. 2 Select a desired option. 1 Go to Menu Mode Card Auth Mode. 2 Select a desired option
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