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Fujitsu PSN 900 Plus Operating Manual

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PSN 900 Plus Palm Vein Identification
Device (PVID) Operating Manual
Version:1.0.0
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    PSN 900 Plus Palm Vein Identification Device (PVID) Operating Manual Version:1.0.0 Copyright belongs to Jiangsu Fujitsu Telecommunications Technology Co., Ltd. Copyright reserved, can’t change, copy or print without permission, offenders must be investigated.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    C o n t e n t s Chapter1 Specifications ................ 2 Chapter2 Structure Diagram ..............3 Chapter3 How to Put Hand ..............4 Chapter4 Operating Instructions ............8 Chapter5 Output Protocol ..............33 Chapter6 Trobuleshooting ..............34...

  • Page 3: Chapter1 Specifications

    Chapter1 Specifications PSN 900 Plus PVID Specifications and Parameters Table: Item Specifications Dimension(L)*(W)*(H) mm 302mm*132mm*38mm Material Colour Black Weight Less than 2kg Touch screen 5.0 inches (resolution: 800 * 480) Types of supported RF cards Mifare S50/S70/Desfire, ID / HID(optional)

  • Page 4: Chapter2 Structure Diagram

    Chapter2 Structure Diagram PSN 900 Plus PVID structure diagram:...

  • Page 5: Chapter3 How To Put Hand

    Chapter3 How to Put Hand Diagram of putting hand:...

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    Note: : : : Recognition accuracy rate is affected by enrolled palm vein templates. If the enrolled template is not precise enough (incorrect hand position or hand bent), even put hands in correct way when verifying, it would misjudge. Be sure to use the black palm guide for enrollment. 2.

  • Page 9: Chapter4 Operating Instructions

    Chapter4 Operating Instructions Step 1: Plug in the connection terminals of the power adapter. Turn on the power supply.The Palm Vein Identification Device boots up and the following screen appears: After the boot-up is completed, the idle screen appears. Step 2: Click the touch screen and then the Management button to enter the following screen.

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    Then enter the main menu screen as follows: Step 3: Click "Manage" to enter the system settings screen. Click "Work mode" to enter the screen for selecting a work mode – Palm Vein, Card + Palm Vein, PIN Code + Palm Vein, or Group No. + Palm Vein mode. Select the work mode to be used, and then you can register an administrator or user.

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    registration screen: Step 5: Select the permissions of the registered user. For example, click "Admin" to enter the administrator registration process; enter the following registration mode screen, and then you can select the Single-Hand Registration or Both-Hands Registration depending on your need. Click the Next button to enter the User ID Settings screen: 1.

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    should be set before setting an ID. PIN code setting rules: Up to 6 characters consisting of numbers, letters or alphanumeric characters. 3. If the selected work mode is the Group No. + Palm Vein mode, you should use the PalmPass network management system at the same time to set the grouping information.

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    2. When you are registered in the Card + Palm Vein mode, the idle screen is as follows: 3. When you are registered in the PIN Code + Palm Vein mode, the idle screen is as follows:...

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    4. When you are registered in the Group No. + Palm Vein mode, the idle screen is as follows: Note: During recognition in different modes, there are acoustic prompts no matter whether the card swiping or recognition is successful or not. Step 8: Management Click on the Management button in the idle screen.

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    1. System Management: Click the System Management button to enter the following settings screen. You can set the network communication, device number, system time, work mode, system volume and LCD backlight respectively, check system settings, and select a identify mode. 1) Network communication: Click the Network button to enter the following screen:...

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    You can follow screen prompts to set the network address, network port number and connection password respectively. A device can be managed remotely only when the same access password is set for the PalmPass Network Management System and the device. The device's default settings: Network address: IP Address: 192.168.3.100 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0...

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    3) System Time: Click the System Time button to enter the following screen: You can follow screen prompts to set the date / time, screensaver time, NTP server, result show time and time zone respectively. ⅰ. Date / Time: Set the date and time of the device. ⅱ.

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    v. Time Zone: Set the time zone of the terminal, which is GMT + 08:00 (Beijing time) by default. 4) Work Mode: Click the Work Mode button to enter the following screen: You can follow screen prompts to select the Palm Vein, Card + Palm Vein, PIN Code + Palm Vein or Group No.

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    depending on your need. If it is enabled, you can click the "+" or "-" button or drag the slider to increase or decrease the volume. You can carry out audition by clicking the test button. If the System Beeps is disabled or the beep volume is 0, there will be no beeps during card swiping, recognition or local alarms.

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    Single-Hand Recognition: During recognition, the hand is compared with the registered palm first. Arbitrary -Hand Recognition: Any registered palm can be recognized. 2. User Management: Click the User Management button to enter the following screen: You can follow screen prompts to enroll, query, edit and delete users. 1) User Enrollment: Click “Enroll”.

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    ⅰ) Click "Exact Search" to enter the following screen: Enter a user ID for precise search. ⅱ) Click "List Mode" to enter the following screen: Click the Edit button in the User Operation screen, and then you can enter the user information editing screen:...

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    You can follow screen prompts to edit the user’s basic information, vein data and permissions. When you switch to the Card + Palm Vein mode, you can assign a card to the user by card swiping. 3) Edit a user: Click on "Edit"...

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    Follow screen prompts to select users and click the Delete button, and then the users can be deleted. 3. Security Management: Click the Security button to enter the following screen, and then you can set access control options, power supply, restore factory settings and upgrade software respectively.

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    In this interface, you can carry out time zone management, door access control signal settings, door open time, alarm settings and door control test, swipe card reading and Site Code operation. ⅰ. Time Zone Management: Click on Time Zone to enter the following interface, and then you can carry out the oppeartions of Time Zone Information Management and Ttime Zone Group Management.

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    Click on time zone or Time Zone Group Management to enter the following interfaces respectively, and then you can add, modify and delete time zone and time zone groups. ⅱ. Door Control Signal Settings: Click the Door Control Signal button to enter the following screen: Follow screen prompts to select an appropriate item: ◆...

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    Click the Door Open Time button to enter the following screen: Follow screen prompts to enter the door open time in a range of 1 ~ 60s. Note: This function is limited to the case of connecting to the electric lock directly.

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    In this screen, you can choose to enable or disable the Door Sensor Alarm function and set the alarm delay time. Note: This function is limited to the case of connecting to the electric lock directly with the door sensor having been connected. ⅱ.

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    ⅳ. Alarm Time: Click the Alarm Time button to enter the following screen, and then you can choose the alarm duration. Note: This function is valid only when the alarm is enabled. ⅴ. Anti-Tail Alarm: Click the Anti-Tail Alarm button to enter the following screen:...

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    You can choose to enable or disable the anti-tail alarm function. If it is enabled, when being dogged or menaced, you can click on the top right area of the screen (the top right square area, as shown in the figure below), the system will issue an alarm.

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    See Chapter5 Output Protocol. ⅶ. Background card reading: Click the Swipe Card to enter the background card reading switch. If the function switch is turned on, the direct swiping mode can also be supported in the palm vein mode, group No. mode or PIN code + palm vein mode. ⅷ.

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    Click on "Device Reboot" to reboot the device. Click "Automatic Reboot" to complete the corresponding settings. The device will reboot at the set time. Click "Power Off", and then the device will be turned off. 3) Restore Factory Settings: Click the Factory Reset, and then the factory settings of the device will be restored.

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    Follow screen prompts to insert a U disk, and then you can export all or part of users of the device to the U disk or import all or part of users from a U disk. 2) Records Management: Click the Log button to enter the following screen, and then you can browse and clear access records as well as the device’s records.

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    ⅱ. Clear access records and the device’s records: Click “Access Log Clear” and “Device Log Clear” respectively to enter the following screen, and then you can clear all of the access records and the device’s records respectively. Please do this operation cautiously.

  • Page 34: Chapter5 Output Protocol

    Chapter5 Output Protocol 1. Wiegand port The device is compatible with the Wiegand 26/34 output format. The contents of the protocol are as follows: 1) “Site Code” is disabled The Card + Palm Vein mode (1: 1 verification) i. IC card: If the hexadecimal card number of an M1 S50 registration card is 74C3CAFB, then: a) When it is outputted in the Wiegand 26 output format, the last 3 bytes of the card number will be output, i.e., C3CAFB...

  • Page 35: Chapter6 Trobuleshooting

    Chapter6 Trobuleshooting Faults and causes: 1. If the screen prompts "Sensor initialization failed", please contact the supplier to handle it. 2. Errors occur repeatedly during recognition: The registered palm vein sample is probably inaccurate. Please re-register it. In addition, be sure to use the black bracket to register a palm vein sample.

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