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  • Page 1 NeoFace Access Control EGW101 User's Guide...
  • Page 2: Precautions For Use (please Be Sure To Read)

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Precautions for Use (Please Be Sure to Read) Safety Precautions Follow the instructions in this document for the safe use of NeoFace Access Control. This document describes hazardous parts of the server, possible hazards, and how to avoid them. The possible dangers for NeoFace Access Control are indicated with a warning label placed on or around them (or, in some cases, by printing the warnings on the unit).
  • Page 3: Symbols Used In This Document And On Warning Labels

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Symbols Used in This Document and on Warning Labels Attention Source of Fire Electrical hazard Indicates there is a risk of fire or fumes. Indicates the presence of electric shock hazards. Be careful not to get your hand caught High temperatures Indicates the presence of mechanical parts that can Indicates the presence of a hot surface or component.
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Safety Instructions This section shows notes on using the server safely. Read this section carefully to ensure proper and safe use of the server. General Warning Do not use NeoFace if any smoke, odor, or noise is present. If smoke, odor, or noise is present, immediately turn off NeoFace and disconnect the power plug from the outlet, then contact your sales representative.
  • Page 5 Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Caution Use specified power supply voltage (DC 9 V to 30 V) Using with an incorrect power supply voltage may cause fire, electric shock, or failure. Do not use extension cords Do not install NeoFace in any environment that requires an extension cord. Connecting to a cord that does not NeoFace conform to the power supply specifications of may cause fire due to overheating.
  • Page 6: Installation, Relocation, Storage, And Connection Of Neoface Access Control

    Use only specified interface cables Please use the interface cable specified by NEC and check the devices and connectors to be connected beforehand. Using cables other than those specified or connecting the cables wrongly may cause a fire due to short circuits.
  • Page 7: Cleaning And Handling Internal Devices

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Cleaning and handling internal devices Warning Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify NeoFace by yourself Only maintenance personnel should disassemble, repair, or alter NeoFace. Since there are parts that are running even when the power is turned off, so not only will NeoFace not operate properly, but can cause electric shock or fire.
  • Page 8: Warning Labels

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Warning Labels Warning labels are attached on or near the components (These labels are either attached or printed on the components). These labels are to draw attention from users to potential hazards involved in handling the components (Do not remove or black out these labels and keep them clean).
  • Page 9: Handling Precautions (for Proper Use Of The Neoface)

    If this happens, set Jumbo Frame size to 4 KB. ● For optional devices, we recommend you use NEC products. Even if third party's devices are successfully installed or connected, installation of unsupported devices can cause NeoFace to malfunction or even failure. You will be charged to repair failure or damage caused by use of such products even within warranty period.
  • Page 10 Maintenance service Maintenance personnel with expert knowledge have been arranged to provide periodic diagnostic NeoFace and maintenance services for . NEC recommends contract with a maintenance service NeoFace company for periodic maintenance service to use in the correct state. NeoFace Access Control User's Guide...
  • Page 11: Handling Precautions (technical Laws And Regulations)

    Precautions for Use Please be sure to read Handling precautions (Technical laws and regulations) Voluntary Control of Radio Interference Harmonic compatible product NeoFace conforms to the harmonic current standard JIS C 61000-3-2. JIS C 61000-3-2 compliant products indicates that NeoFace has been designed and manufactured conforming to harmonic compatibility (EMC)-Part 3-2: Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≦...
  • Page 12 NeoFace has been designed with the assumption that it will be used in Japan and safely standards of various other countries have not been implemented. Therefore, if NeoFace is exported, NEC shall be exempt from any direct or indirect responsibility, even if fines and compensation are incurred due to import clearance and accidents in the said country.
  • Page 13 Table Disposal NeoFace and auxiliary storage media When discarding NeoFace and auxiliary storage media (SSD etc.), please contact your sales representative. Customers should ensure that the data stored in the auxiliary storage media cannot be restored, reproduced, or reused by a third party before disposing the media, and take adequate precautions to protect personal privacy and corporate confidential information.
  • Page 14: Instructions Booklet Of Neoface Access Control

    Instructions Booklet of NeoFace Instructions Booklet of NeoFace Access Control The instructions of NeoFace are provided as a booklet ), as stored as an electronic manual in the backup media Startup guide Explains step by step procedure from unpacking to operation of NeoFace. First, refer to the guide and understand the outline of NeoFace.
  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table Table of Contents Table of Contents Precautions for Use (Please Be Sure to Read) ............................2 Safety precautions ................................... 2 Symbols Used in This Document and on Warning Labels ......................3 Safety Instructions ................................... 4 General ................................ 4 Precautions for AC Adapter and Power Cord Use ..................4 Installation, relocation, storage, and connection of NeoFace Access Control ........
  • Page 16 Instructions Booklet of NeoFace 3.3 Lamp Indication ..................................49 POWER Lamp ............................49 LINK/ACT Lamp ............................49 SPEED Lamp ............................49 4. Basic Operations ....................................50 5. Maintenance ......................................51 1. Flow Up to the Start of Operations ..............................53 2.
  • Page 17 Table 5.4 NeoFace Access Control Information Registration ......................... 81 Loggin in With WebUI From an External PC ..................81 NeoFace Access Control Registration ..................... 82 NeoFace Access Control User's Guide...
  • Page 18: Notation

    Notat Notation Symbols in the Text 3 types of symbols are used in this User's Guide in addition to the caution symbols described in "Symbols used in this document and on warning labels". These symbols have the following meaning. Indicates the instructions to be observed while handling the hardware and operating the software. When the given procedure is not followed, serious problems such as hardware failure, data loss may occur.
  • Page 19: Trademark

    Trade Trademark Facial recognition AI engine "NeoFace" is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Intel, Xeon, Celeron, Intel Core, and Intel vPro are trademarks of Intel Corporation. PCI EXPRESS is a trademark of Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group.
  • Page 20: License Notification

    License notification License Notification Part of (system BIOS) includes the open source software of the following license. NeoFace  EDK/EDKII  UEFI NETWORK STACK II and iSCSI  Crypto package using WPA Supplicant Part of Neoface (offline tool) includes open source software of the following license. ...
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  • Page 43: Precautions And Supplements For This Guide

    Precautions and Supplements for This Guide If you find any mistakes in this guide, missing descriptions, please contact your sales representative. Regarding the impact based on the results of the operations, NEC shall not be held liable irrespective of item 1 given above.
  • Page 44 NeoFace Access Control Introduction This section describes the information required when introducing NeoFace. 1. Component This section describes the components of NeoFace. 2. Options This section describes the options of NeoFace. 3. Main Unit Description This section describes the outline, buttons, and lamps of NeoFace. 4.
  • Page 45: Component

    Chapter 1. Introduction Components 1. Components The components of NeoFace are as follows. Please store these components in a safe place as they are necessary for setup and maintenance. If there are any defective or missing components, please contact you sales representative. Product name Quantity NeoFace Access Control (This product)
  • Page 46: Options

    Chapter 1. Introduction Options 2. Options The options of NeoFace are as follows. This data is as of January 2018. Please check with your sales representative at the time of purchase Model name Product name Notes AC adapter AC adapter to connect to NeoFace N8775-0301 150 W AC adapter Input voltage AC 100-240V±10%、50/60Hz±3Hz...
  • Page 47: Main Unit Description

    Chapter 1. Introduction Main Unit Description 3. Main Unit Description This section describes the component names. Front of the Unit Camera Card Reader Takes pictures for facial recognition. Wireless communication of the device is possible with NFC Type A/F complaint devices. POWER Lamp Lights up in green when the power is turned ON.
  • Page 48: Back Of The Unit

    Chapter 1. Introduction Main Unit Description Back of the Unit (5) Unused connector (1 No) Connector for AC adapter (1 No) *1 Power supply connector for AC adapter. Cannot be used with NeoFace. Connected to the optional AC adapter of Do not connect anything.
  • Page 49: Lamp Indication

    Chapter 1. Introduction Main Unit Description Lamp Indication The lamp indication of NeoFace and meaning are as follows. SPEED lamp LINK/ACT lamp Power lamp POWER Lamp Lights up in green when the power is turned ON. If "System Hardware" - "Power LED Control" in the BIOS setup menu is changed to "Disabled", the lamp will always be lit in green when the power is connected.
  • Page 50: Basic Operations

    Chapter 1. Introduction Basic Operations 4. Basic Operations Operation is performed using the touch panel at the front of NeoFace. By directly touching the operation screen displayed on the monitor with your finger etc., you can click the buttons or enter characters using the touch keyboard.
  • Page 51: Maintenance

    Chapter 1. Introduction Maintenance 5. Maintenance Instructions for Cleaning Except for the interface, AC adapter, power cord and labels, NeoFace can be cleaned with the following alcohol and detergents. - Ethyl alcohol - Isopropyl alcohol - Neutral detergents Please dilute and use. After cleaning with neutral detergent, please wipe with water.
  • Page 52 NeoFace Access Control Installation and Connection This section describes the installation method and precautions for using NeoFace safely. 1. Flow Up to the Start of Operations This section describes the necessary steps to start the operations of NeoFace. 2. Items Necessary for Installation This section describes the gate and pole recommended for NeoFace and the parts necessary for installation.
  • Page 53: Flow Up To The Start Of Operations

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Flow Up to the Start of Operations 1. Flow Up to the Start of Operations When using for the first time, complete the following preparatory steps. Work sharing depends on the agreement between the customer and installing agency. (1) Connect the necessary cables.
  • Page 54: Installation Method

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Installation Method 3. Installation Method Installation Conditions Please pay attention to the following points, especially to use NeoFace safely. Installation Direction Conditions Installation direction should be as shown in the following diagram. * Please be sure to read "Precautions for use" before using NeoFace. Horizontal installation Vertical installation Prohibited...
  • Page 55 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Installation Environmental Conditions Places suitable for the installation of is as follows. NeoFace can be used under the following installation environment conditions. NeoFace is recommended to be installed such that there is no reflection on the camera image due to sunlight, sunset, and ceiling NeoFace lamps.
  • Page 56: Recommended Installation Location

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections Recommended Installation Location NeoFace is provided with recommended authentication area because of its use as a facial recognition terminal. Facial recognition can be performed smoothly by installing with reference to the figure below. NeoFace If installed in a prohibited direction, then NeoFace may fail.
  • Page 57: Connections

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections 4. Connections Connecting the peripheral equipment to NeoFace. Connectors to which various peripheral devices can be attached are provided in NeoFace. Bottom Panel When connecting cables and connectors, remove the bottom panel with the following procedure. Wiring of the cables connected to the bottom of the main unit should be done after passing through the holes of the body panel removed beforehand.
  • Page 58: Ac Adapter

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections AC Adapter Connect the AC adapter to NeoFace. Pay attention to the plug orientation and connect the AC adapter * When removing the plug of the AC adapter from the main unit, pull the plug of the connector towards you as shown in the following figure, and before pulling, ensure that the lock has been released.
  • Page 59: Power Cord

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections Power Cord Connect the supplied power cord to the AC adapter. AC adapter Connect to 100 V AC outlet. Power Cord (AC adapter included) The power turns on automatically immediately ON connecting the power cord and then automatically turns OFF after a few seconds.
  • Page 60: Interface Cable

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections Interface Cable After connecting the interface cable, connect the power cord. Take the following precautions while connecting. ● Use shielded cable for LAN and USB cable, ● Please ensure that the plugs of the power cord are not pressed. DIDO Connector When using digital input and output, connect the cables following the procedure given below.
  • Page 61: Power Supply Connector

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections Keeping the minus precision screwdriver inserted, insert the cable into the open connection terminal all the way to the bottom end of the connection terminal. Remove the minus precision screwdriver The connection terminal is closed and the cable is fixed. Attach the connector to which the cable is connected to NeoFace.
  • Page 62 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections The connection terminal whose screw at the top has been loosened will open. Insert the cable into the connection terminal Insert the cable all the way into the bottom end of the connection terminal. Tighten the screw located at the top of the connection terminal The connection terminal is closed and the cable is fixed.
  • Page 63: I/o Interface

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections I/O Interface USB and LAN can be disabled from the BIOS setup menu. For details and inquiries, please contact your sales representative. DisplayPort Terminal number Signal name Pin connection Lane0+ Lane0- Lane1+ Lane1- ・・・・・・・・・・・ Lane2+ Lane2- Lane3+...
  • Page 64 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Connections LAN interface (1000BASE-T) Connector: RJ45 Terminal Signal name Pin connection number MDI0+ LINK / ACT LED 1000 / 100 / 10 LED MDI0- MDI1+ MDI1- MDI2+ MDI2- MDI3+ 8 ・・・ 1 MDI3- DIDO Interface Terminal Signal name Pin connection...
  • Page 65: Setup

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup 5. Setup Three system configurations are possible with NeoFace Access Control. The maximum number of registrants for each configuration and terminals used for registration of persons entering and exiting are as shown in the table below. Maximum number of registrants *Default user Terminals that registers...
  • Page 66: Setup Flow

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Setup Flow Describes the setup flow for each configuration. Please perform the setup according to the system configuration used by the customer. (3) When NeoFace Access Control (1) When the configuration Manager – NeoFace Access Control consists of one unit of (slave) configuration is used System...
  • Page 67: Initial Setup

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Initial Setup During factory shipment and when the recovery disc is used, the following screen is displayed after OS start-up and then the initial setup screen will be displayed. Initial setup must be done with the network (LAN cable) connected. Connect the LAN cable to the LAN 1 port of NeoFace Access Control.
  • Page 68 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Computer Name Setting Setting the computer name. Please enter the computer name. By default, "NFAC - <part of MAC address>" is entered. * The computer name can be up to 15 characters, "- (cannot be set at the end or beginning)". Touch the "Next"...
  • Page 69 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Time Setting Setting the time. - To synchronize with Internet time server Select "Synchronize with Internet time server" and then enter the server name. * The server name can be input up to 64 characters, "- (cannot be set at the beginning)". - When not synchronizing with Internet time server Select "Do not synchronize with Internet time server".
  • Page 70: Network Settings

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Network Settings Setting the network. - To acquire the IP address automatically, select "Obtain IP address automatically". - To set the IP address manually, select "Use the following IP address", and enter the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway.
  • Page 71: Usage Area Setting For Camera Image

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Usage Area Setting for Camera Image Setting the camera image usage area. - When the camera is facing the front towards the terminal, select "Center". - When the camera is facing left towards the terminal, select "Right". * "Left"...
  • Page 72: Linked System Setting

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Linked System Setting Settings for the linked system. - If you do not want to link any system linkage, select the option "No". - To link with Safeware / SecureFrontia system, select "Yes" and select the system to be linked. Enter the IP address of the system to be linked and select the "Safeware / SecureFrontia"...
  • Page 73: Settings Of Connected Gate And Door

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Settings of Connected Gate and Door Setting of gate and door to be connected. Set the gate and door classification. - In the case of not connecting anything, select "Not used". - When connecting to the gate, select "Gate". Setting the gate type (gate manufacturer).
  • Page 74: Card Reader Settings

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Card Reader Settings Setting the card reader. Setting the type of card reader. - In the case of not using the card reader, select "Not used". - To use the internal card reader, select "Internal". - To use an external card reader, select "External".
  • Page 75: Master And Slave Settings

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Master and Slave Settings Setting the master and slave settings for Neoface Access Control - Select the "Master" option to use as a master terminal (used for registering user information). - If a different master machine (or NeoFace Access Control Manager) is used for registration of end-users, then please select the "Slave"...
  • Page 76: Database Synchronization Settings

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Database Synchronization Settings Setting for synchronization of the Database. * This screen will be displayed only if "Slave" is selected in section 5.2.8 of Chapter 2 Master and Slave. Please enter the host name or the IP address of the Master. Touch the "Next"...
  • Page 77 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Verifying Settings Content Checking the setting contents. Check the displayed settings, if there is no discrepancy, please touch the "OK" button. NeoFace Access Control User's Guide...
  • Page 78: Os Restart

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup OS Restart Reboot the OS so that the settings are incorporated. Please touch the "Yes" button once this screen is displayed. * Only when the slave is set in Section 5.2.8. of Chapter 2, touch the "Yes" button and reboot the OS, and since the same confirmation screen will be displayed, touch the "Yes"...
  • Page 79: Installation And Setup Of Neoface Access Control Manager

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Installation and Setup of NeoFace Access Control Manager This procedure is necessary only if you are using the optional NeoFace Access Control Manager. [Installation Preparation] NeoFace Access Control Manager supports only Windows Server 2016. Please ensure that JRE and PostgreSQL have not been installed in the computer on which you are planning to install.
  • Page 80 6 . Please restart the computer. 7 . Next, perform the initial setup of NeoFace Access Control Manager. Please launch the command prompt and execute the following command. cd C:¥NEC¥NFA¥bin FaceServerInitialSetup.vbs <The path of the shared folder used for maintaining logs> <DB synchronization setting network>...
  • Page 81: Neoface Access Control Information Registration

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup NeoFace Access Control Information Registration In this section, register the information of NeoFace Access Control. Loggin in With WebUI From an External PC After connecting the external PC to a network that can access NeoFace Access Control, go to the following URL using a browser.
  • Page 82: Neoface Access Control Registration

    Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup NeoFace Access Control Registration Registering new NeoFace Access Control information. Press the "System menu" button at the top right-hand side of the screen, and select "NeoFace Access Control" from the menu displayed at the top of the screen. From the menu displayed on the left side of the screen, select "NeoFace Access Control registration".
  • Page 83 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup After completing the data entry, press the "Registration" button. If you select the "Area selection" button, the following screen will be displayed, select at least one target area to be authenticated, and then press the "Confirm" button. NeoFace Access Control User's Guide...
  • Page 84 Chapter 2 Installation and Connection Setup Since the contents of the data are displayed for confirmation, press the "Confirm" button if the contents to be registered are correct. The following screen will be displayed on completion of registration. NeoFace Access Control User's Guide...
  • Page 85 You can obtain a new copy of the User's Guide if pages are missing or not in order © NEC Corporation 2018 This guide should not be copied or modified without the permission of NEC Corporation. Unauthorized reproduction of a part or all the contents of this guide without permission is prohibited.

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