Popular Color-Screen Series User Manual

Version: 2.1 Date: Nov. 2011

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This manual introduces the interface and menu operations of the Popular Color-Screen Series Screen "Ts$. in!erprint "eco!nition Terminals #Popular Color-

About this manual
%ll features are su&'ect to the actual product. (e can neither promise that the information consistent )ith the actual product &ecause of the constantl* updated of product+ nor assume an* dispute resultin! from the actual technical parameters does not match this information+ an* chan!e )ithout prior notice. The ★ mar,ed feature of the manual that not all e-uipment availa&le. Please su&'ect to the actual product. Captions in this document ma* does not match the picture of the product+ Please su&'ect to the actual product.

............................2 9uer* a "ecord....... Time....................... code★..22 Chapter 4 S*stem Settin!...................................................................................4 Shift Settin!s★.................5 Date .............23 4..........................................................5 %dd a ......21 3.......................ser..................................ser........................................................13 2......................ser....................................................................................................12 2......................................4 1..............................................14 2................2 %ttendance "ules★.....................................15 2......................................................Popular Color-Screen Series ................3 Department Settin!s★........5 /ain /enu........................................................17 3....15 Chapter 3 .......................................2 2nput name........................................................................................4 %ttendance Verification /ode................6 (or.......1 S*stem Settin!..........ser..18 3.....................................................24 4.....6 Privile!e Settin!s..............ser /anual C0NT1NTS Chapter 1 2nstruction for ...................................................32 I ....................................................3 1dit a ...................1: 3...........................................5 Select department★...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 /ain 2nterface................................14 2.............................27 4......................................................20 3..1 "ecommended 0peration Steps................ser.............................10 Chapter 2 %dd a .........1 1......................................se.....................1 1nter a ................................3 1........1 1............4 Delete a ............ser /ana!ement.....31 4....13 2............5 1............................3 1nroll a in!erprint............................ser 2D........1 Search a ................................30 4...........2 in!er Placement................................................4 1nroll pass)ord...................................................................................................................28 4..........................................

............41 4......................................61 Chapter : S*stem 2nformation.......................46 5............................3 Set Settin! "eports................................................................................................... 9uer* of %ttendance "ecords..................................................64 :............8 Da*li!ht Savin! Time #D<ST$ Settin!★...64 :..........................................................................................................................................................................................73 II .................66 T: input................................................se Description................................................................................35 4................66 ....................65 Chapter 10 %ppendi>.............................................................S=.........................................................................56 Chapter 7 Data Store.................50 5........................................3: 4............................: Timin! State S)itchin! Settin!★...........................1 "ecord Space.......................................................10 =ell Settin!s★..53 Chapter 6 Data /ana!ement.....................2 1-uipment 2nformation........68 Statement on ?uman "i!hts and Privac*.......................................58 Chapter 8 "ecord 9uer*..................................44 Chapter 5 "eport /ana!ement★........................................................................................................................................................................................................................riendl* ...7 S/S Settin!★...........................Contents 4..........47 5...1 Do)nload Standard "eports............................2 Do)nload Settin! "eports...66 9uic.........................................................71 1nvironment....................

S= dis. Step 5. or SD card. 2nsert the . Displa* the main interface and choose Report to do)nload a settin! report to the . or an SD card into the attendance machine. /a. Step 4.S= dis. Step 3. 2nsert a .Popular Color-Screen Series . Displa* the main interface and choose Usr M$t. Step 6.S= dis. !ote" #in$erprints% pass&ords% and pri'ile$es must be enrolled on the attendance machine. Verif* that the fin!erprints and pass)ords enrolled are availa&le.ser /anual Chapter 1 Instruction for Use 1. Displa* the main interface and choose Report to upload the settin! report.e sure the time on the attendance machine is 1 . Step 2. 0pen the shift arran!ement ta&le to set desired shifts+ time for automated status s)itches+ and alarms.S= dis. 2nstall the attendance machine and po)er it on. or SD card into *our PC. to enroll emplo*ee fin!erprints and pass)ords #for proper re!istration$.1 Recommended peration Steps Step 1. 0pen the schedule settin! report to enter emplo*ee information #2D+ name+ and department$ and shifts. 2nsert a . or an SD card into the attendance machine.

Step 7. %t the end of each month+ choose Report to do)nload a standard report usin! a .Chapter 10 %ppendi> accurate &efore *ou start attendance recordin!. or an SD card. Save the report and collect relevant statistical information on *our PC. 2 .S= dis.

Popular Color-Screen Series .( #in$er Placement Recommended fin$ers: The inde> fin!er+ middle fin!er or the rin! fin!er@ the thum& and little fin!er are not recommended #&ecause the* are usuall* clums* on the fin!erprint collection screen$. 2$ 2mproper fin!er placement: Not flat to the surface Off-center S l an ti n g Off-center Please enroll and verify your fingerprint by using the proper finger placement mode to avoid degradation of verification performance due to improper operations. 1$ Proper fin!er placement: The finger is flat to the surface and centered in fingered guide. 3 .ser /anual 1.

Aou can chan!e the date and time &* choosin! Cloc* B .ate and Time: Displa* current date and time. 4 . .) Main Interface The main interface is as sho)n &elo): Date Time Attendance state Attendance state: Displa* current attendance status.ate-Time. Aou can chan!e the attendance status and displa* the status in relation to the status .Chapter 10 %ppendi> 1.e* on the screen &* pressin! Status *e+.

Popular Color-Screen Series .. (hen the s*stem !enerates a voice announcement CPress a!ainDE !o &ac. Attendance /erification Mode 0n the initial interface+ emplo*ees can record their attendance throu!h fin!erprint and pass)ord verification. %ttendance records )ill &e stored on the attendance machine upon successful verification. to step 1 and repeat ever*thin! over a!ain. P . *ouDE the verification is complete. Step 2: (hen the s*stem !enerates a voice announcement CThan.  in!erprint verification #1$ 1: N fin!erprint matchin! 2n the 1:N fin!erprint matchin! mode+ the device compares the current fin!erprint collected throu!h the fin!erprint collector )ith all the fin!erprints stored in the device.ser /anual 1. Step 1: Press *our fin!er on the fin!erprint collector in a proper )a*.

Step 3: (hen the s*stem !enerates a voice announcement CThan.Chapter 10 %ppendi> #2$ 1:1 fin!erprint matchin! #2D F fin!erprint$ 2n the 1:1 fin!erprint matchin! mode+ the terminal compares current fin!erprint collected throu!h the fin!erprint collector )ith that in relation to the user 2D entered throu!h .e*&oard.e*&oard on the initial interface. Step 1: 1nter a user 2D throu!h . Step 2: Press *our fin!er on the fin!erprint collector in a proper )a*. ! . *ouDE the verification is complete. %dopt this mode onl* )hen it is difficult to reco!niGe the fin!erprint.

e*&oard on the initial interface and press M.0. 1mplo*ee can tr* another 2 times &* default. Pass)ord verification Step 1: 1nter a user 2D throu!h . The repeated times can &e set in 4.ser /anual (hen the s*stem !enerates a voice announcement CPress P a!ainDE place the same fin!er on the fin!erprint collector a!ain..Popular Color-Screen Series . 2f it fails after 2 times+ return Step 1 for second operation. Step 2: 2f *ou enter an 2D that is not enrolled into the s*stem+ the s*stem )ill !enerate a voice announcement C(ron! 2DE and  " .1 S*stem Settin! option.

*ouDE the verification is complete. Step 4: (hen the s*stem displa*s the prompt CThan. interface. Step 3: 1nter a pass)ord on the P1.Chapter 10 %ppendi> return to the initial interface. # .

1mplo*ee can tr* another 2 times &* default. $ . The repeated times can &e set in 4.Popular Color-Screen Series .ser /anual (hen the s*stem displa*s the prompt C2ncorrect pass)ordE+ reenter a pass)ord. 2f it fails after 2 times+ return Step 1 for second operation.1 S*stem Settin! option.

2 Main Menu Press M.Chapter 10 %ppendi> 1. Report" Do)nload card reports and attendance reports to a ." This menu item allo)s *ou to &ro)se user information+ includin! their )or.0 on the initial interface to access the main menu+ as sho)n &elo): Add user" This menu item allo)s *ou to add the information of ne) users+ includin! their )or. can &e vie)ed on *our PC. 1% . S+stem" This menu item allo)s *ou to set s*stem-related parameters+ includin! the &asic parameters and voice+ fin!erprint and attendance parameters+ to ena&le the terminal to meet user re-uirements to the !reatest e>tent in terms of functions and displa*. "eports stored on the . 2Ds+ name+ fin!erprints+ pass)ords and ri!hts..S= dis.S= dis. 2Ds+ names+ fin!erprints+ pass)ords and ri!hts@ add+ edit or delete the &asic information of users@ -uer* user records. User M$t.

the stora!e status as )ell as version information of the device. .Popular Color-Screen Series .ser /anual .atastore" Throu!h an SD card or a .ata M$t. "estore the attendance machine to factor* settin!s and initiate a firm)are update. Record: This menu item allo)s *ou to easil* -uer* the attendance records saved on the device. S+s.S= dis.+ import user information and attendance data from the attendance machine to related soft)are or other fin!erprint reco!nition devices. Info. 11 .: This menu item allo)s *ou to chec." Delete attendance data and all emplo*ee data.

Press M. 1ach emplo*ee is allo)ed to enroll 10 fin!erprints at most. indicates the enrolled fin!erprint of an emplo*ee.0 or 1 to displa* the Add user interface as sho)n &elo): 2D: P: indicates the attendance 2D of an emplo*ee. 1mplo*ees )ith fin!erprints enrolled can use their 12 .Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter ( Add a User 1nroll the fin!erprints and pass)ords of the emplo*ees to the popular color-screen "T.

(. (.in! their attendance li. %fter an administrator is set+ to access menu items+ a user needs to verif* hisHher identit* as an administrator. % pass)ord ma* consist of one to ei!ht characters. Aou can enter user 2D &* usin! the . 0rdinar* users are onl* allo)ed to mar.  Tip: The spare user 2D 4444 is not recommended. their attendance &* usin! their enrolled fin!erprints or pass)ords. Please see appendi> T: input. "T &* Press to delete the user 2D assi!ned &* the s*stem &* default.( Input name .e*pad.1 3nter a User I.ser /anual fin!erprints for attendance recordin!. P(D: indicates the enrolled pass)ord of an emplo*ee. 1$ 2$ The user 2D is an 2D assi!ned &* the popular color-screen default. To delete a character+ press . Purvie): indicates the ri!hts assi!ned for users to e>ecute menu items. 13 .e ordinar* users.se T: input to input emplo*eeIs name. 1mplo*ees )ith pass)ords enrolled can use their pass)ords for attendance recordin!.  Tip: The menu items are accessi&le to all users in the a&sence of an administrator. %dministrators are allo)ed to e>ecute all menu items in addition to mar.Popular Color-Screen Series .

0J or KHL to select Cenroll fin!erprintE+ then press 0J to start fin!erprint.) 3nroll a #in$erprint Press /H.Chapter 10 %ppendi> (.0 to enroll pass)ord. Press fin!er accordin! to deviceIs prompt. (. 3nroll pass&ord Press KHL to select Cenroll pass)ordE and press M. Press the fin!er three times in the proper )a*. 2f one fin!erprint is enrolled successfull*+ press 0 to continue another fin!er+ then press menu and 3SC to return the last interface. 14 ..

ser /anual 2nput pass)ord #1 ~ 8$ accordin! to deviceIs prompt+ and press M. Then press M. or details+ see section 4. Perform department mana!ement &efore *ou set a department for emplo*ees.3 CDepartment Settin!sE. 1 . (. rdinar+ users: %n ordinar* user is onl* allo)ed to record attendance throu!h fin!erprint and pass)ord verification and -uer* attendance records.Popular Color-Screen Series .0 save it or press 3SC to e>it )ithout savin! it.2 Select department★ Press KHL to select department and press M.and pass)ord-&ased attendance recordin!.5 Pri'ile$e Settin$s Administrators: %n administrator is !ranted ri!hts to operate all menus in addition to the fin!erprint.0 to verif* it. Note: Aou can set departments for SS"-capa&le attendance machines onl*. %fter savin!+ has &een set. displa* )ill &e on the device+ )hich means the pass)ord (.0 to verif* it.

2$ Press 3SC or KHL to move the cursor to the 3SC &utton+ and then press M. to the previous menu )ithout savin! the data.0 to save the data and !o &ac. Press M. The s*stem displa*s a prompt CThe data has &een chan!ed. %re *ou sure *ou )ant to saveME.0 to displa* a prompt CSavin! succeededD %re *ou sure *ou )ant to continue inputME.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Press KHL to move the cursor to the Pri'ile$es entr* &o>+ and then press 0 to displa* the privile!e settin! interface.in! sure the enrollment information is correct+ save it in the follo)in! t)o )a*s: 1$ Press 0 7M-8-9 or KHL to move the cursor to the 0 # $ &utton and then press M. Press M.0 to continue or press 3SC to e>it. Sa'e and 36it User 3nrollment %fter ma.0. to the previous menu. Press H to select privile!es+ and then press 0 to confirm *our selection. 0r press 3SC to !o &ac. 1! .

Popular Color-Screen Series . or press ( to displa* the User M$t.ser /anual Chapter ) User Mana$ement The &asic information stored on the popular color-screen "T includes the user 2D+ name+ fin!erprint+ pass)ord and mana!ement privile!es. interface. Press M.0 on the initial interface to access the main menu as sho)n &elo): Press H to select User M$t. Nenerall* the user information stored on the popular color-screen "T needs to &e modified in the )a.e of the personnel chan!es in a compan*. To facilitate modification of user information+ our popular color-screen "T allo)s users to add+ delete+ -uer* and modif* user information convenientl*. 1" .

Chapter 10 %ppendi>  Note: 1$ COE as sho)n in the fi!ure a&ove means the user is an administrator+ and CPE means the user has alread* enrolled a pass)ord.1 Search a User To facilitate administrators to locate a user -uic. 0n the . interface+ press 1 to displa* the Search User interface as sho)n &elo): 1nter the user 2D of the emplo*ee to &e searched+ and press 1# .l* from a lar!e num&er of enrolled users+ the popular color-screen "T ena&les administrators to search a user &* hisHher C.ser 2DE.ser /!t. ).

0n the User M$t.( :uer+ a Record %part from -uer*in! the emplo*ee enrollment information #includin! fin!erprints and pass)ords$+ an administrator can also -uer* the attendance records of all emplo*ees in current month.0 to -uer* detailed information of an emplo*ee: 1$ .Popular Color-Screen Series . Press KHL to scroll the attendance record ro) &* ro). Press M.0 to start search.ser /anual M. 0n the Record interface+ *ou can vie) the attendance records of the tar!et emplo*ee in current month. ). The s*stem automaticall* locates the &lur cursor to the tar!et emplo*ee upon successful search. 2f there is no such an emplo*ee+ the s*stem )ill prompt CNo enrollment dataDE. Press H to scroll the attendance record pa!e &* pa!e.interface+ press 2 to displa* the Record interface as sho)n &elo).

) 3dit a User To modif* the e>istin! user information stored on the popular color-screen "T+ for e>ample+ enrollin! a ne) fin!erprint or pass)ord to replace the previous fin!erprint or pass)ord+ *ou can use the Add user function. The .ser 2D cannot &e modified+ and the other operations are 2% . ).ser /!t.Chapter 10 %ppendi> To return to the . interface or use the search function to locate the emplo*ee to &e edited+ and press M.0 to displa* the Add user interface )here the enrolled information is displa*ed. interface+ press 3SC. Press KHL on the User M$t.

ser /anual similar to those performed to add a user. ).Popular Color-Screen Series .elete a User The option CDelete userE is in either of the follo)in! cases to delete all information of an emplo*ee from the popular colorscreen "T: 1$ 2$ The fin!erprint or pass)ord of this emplo*ee is no lon!er re-uired. Press 3SC or press KHL to move the cursor to the 3SC &utton and then press M. Press KHL on the User M$t. Sa'e edited information-36it the Add user interface" 1$ 2$ Press KHL to move the cursor to the M. %re *ou sure to save itME.0 to save the data and return to the previous menu+ or press 3SC to return to the previous menu )ithout savin! the data.0 &utton and press it to save the edited information and return to the User M$t. To enroll a ne) fin!erprint+ press 3nroll #P@ to enroll a pass)ord or modif* an e>istin! pass)ord+ press 3nroll P1. This emplo*ee has resi!ned. The s*stem )ill displa* the follo)in! prompt: 21 .. interface or use the search function to locate the emplo*ee to &e edited+ and press .0 to displa* a prompt CThe data has chan!ed. Press M. interface.@ *ou can also modif* user privile!es. ..

ser.  Note: Deletin! a user )ill not result in the deletion of the userIs attendance records )hich can &e do)nloaded to related soft)are for -uer*.2 Add a User The Add user option is used to facilitate administrators to add users. ). interface )ithout deletin!.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Press M. or details+ see 2 %dd a . 22 .0 to delete all information of this emplo*ee or 3SC to return to the User M$t.

S+stem Settin$ Press M. 0 to displa* the S+stem: Set s*stem parameters and attendance parameters to &est meet user re-uirements in terms of functionalit*+ displa*+ and attendance.0 on the initial interface to access the main menu: Choose S+stem from the main menu and press S+stem interface. Attendance Rule: Set emplo*ee attendance rules+ includin! the rules on timesheet e>ceptions such as late arrival and earl* 23 .ser /anual Chapter .Popular Color-Screen Series .

epartment set: =ro)se department information. . .. SMS: %dd+ edit+ vie)+ and delete S/S messa!es. =ell: Set a scheduled rin! time and duration.<ST: Set the start and end time of the da*li!ht savin! time #D<ST$. codes. Threshold 71"19" This option is used to set the e>tent of matchin! 24 . . Shift settin$: 9uer* and edit 24 shifts supported &* the attendance machine &* default. Auto S&itch: %utomaticall* chan!e the attendance status at a specified time. Current attendance status is displa*ed on the initial interface. 1or*code: %dd+ edit+ and delete )or. .ata-Time: Set the correct date and time of the attendance machine in order to ensure the accurac* of attendance time.Chapter 10 %ppendi> departure. %dd+ edit+ or delete department 2Ds or names.1 S+stem Settin$ Set s*stem parameters to meet user re-uirements to the !reatest e>tent in terms of functions and displa*.

Select > to ena&le the &eep sound+ and select ! to mute. 2t is recommended to use the default value Medium. The recommended thresholds are as follo)s: /atch threshold "" ?i!h /edium <o) %" <o) /edium ?i!h 45 35 25 1:N 25 15 10 1:1 . Threshold 71" !9" This option is used to set the e>tent of matchin! &et)een an input 2DHfin!erprint and all those stored in templates.ate #ormat" This option is used to set the time format displa*ed on the initial interface of the popular color-screen "T. 0e+ /oice" Set )hether to !enerate a &eep sound in response to ever* .e*stro.Popular Color-Screen Series . Sensiti'it+: Set the fin!erprint collection sensitivit*.AA+ DD-//-AA+ DDH//HAA+ DD.//.//.e &* pressin! .AA and AAAA//DD.DD. Select a desired date format &* pressin! .ser /anual &et)een an input 2DHfin!erprint and that stored in templates in the 2D and fin!erprint identification mode. The popular color-screen "T supports 10 date formats: AA-//-DD+ AAH//HDD+ AA. (hen dr*ness results in slo) reactions of the fin!erprint collector+ *ou ma* set this option to 2 .DD+ //-DD-AA+ //HDDHAA+ //.

2! . #Value scope: 0R60. %fter finishin! the settin!+ press M. #Value scope: 1S::. 1nter a desired value in the entr* &o> &* usin! the .0 to save *our settin!s and return to the previous interface. 0: No )arnin! messa!e is displa*ed )hen the free space is Gero. /oice prompts" Set )hether to !enerate a voice prompt in response to ever* operation &* pressin! .Chapter 10 %ppendi> ?i$h to enhance the fin!erprint collectorQs sensitivit*. 0: Save all the records passin! the verification. /olume" This option is used to ad'ust the volume of sound. (hen hi!h humidit* results in ille!i&le fin!erprint ima!es+ *ou ma* set this option to <o&.escription /ove the cursor to the desired option &* pressin! KHL.e*pad. Press in the scroll &o> to s)itch to the desired value. Press 3SC to cancel *our settin!s and return to the previous interface.$ <o$ Alert: (hen the availa&le space is insufficient to store the specified num&er of attendance records+ the popular color-screen "T )ill automaticall* displa* a )arnin! messa!e. Select a desired volume &* pressin! .$ peration . Retr+ Period: 2f a userIs attendance record alread* e>ists and the user si!ns in a!ain )ithin the specified period #unit: minute$+ hisHher second attendance record )ill not &e stored.

ser /anual . Default: 5 minutes.( Attendance Rules★ Count <ate: Chec. 2" . Press 3SC to cancel *our settin!s and !o &ac.-in &e*ond this time ran!e is deemed a late arrival.Popular Color-Screen Series . to the previous interface.e*pad. Default: 5 minutes.. Press THU in the scroll &o> to s)itch to the desired value. Count <ea'e: Chec. %fter finishin! the settin!+ press 0 to save *our settin!s and !o &ac. 1nter a desired value in the entr* &o> usin! the numeric . Press KHL to move the cursor to a desired option. to the previous interface.-out &efore this time ran!e is deemed an earl* departure.

: The attendance machine automaticall* assi!ns )or. %dd a department Press 3 on the numeric . Choose s+stem from the main menu+ choose .e*pad to displa* the Add department interface: !o. 2Ds 2# . Press THU to navi!ate throu!h pa!es )hen the list of departments e>ceeds one pa!e.) .Chapter 10 %ppendi> .. 1.epartment Settin$s★ 1sta&lish an or!aniGational architecture.epartment set interface.epartment Set+ and then press 0 to displa* the .

on the numeric . Delete a department Press KHL to choose the desired department from the list and then press . .$ 2.: 1nter the department name usin! the T: input method.ser /anual for emplo*ees that start from 1 and increase se-uentiall*. # or detailed operations+ see %ppendi> T: 2nput /ethod.Popular Color-Screen Series . The s*stem displa*s a prompt CDelete the Dept. %s sho)n in the precedin! fi!ure+ press KHL to choose correspondin! department attri&utes to edit department num&ers and department names. 1dit a department Press KHL to choose the desired department from the list and then press 0 to displa* 3dit department interface.ept.e*pad. 3.M@ 2$ .

. Press KHL to choose a shift from the list+ and press U to displa* the Att. 3% . Note: 0nl* certain t*pes of SS"-capa&le attendance machines allo) *ou to set the departments. . Shift Settin$s★ Choose Shift settin$ from the main menu and press displa* the Att. Time interface: Mornin$ start and end time: Set the on-dut* and off-dut* time at current shift in the mornin!.0 to delete. Throu!h the shift settin! function+ *ou can set shifts for emplo*ees.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Press M.. Press 3SC to e>it. Time interface: 0 to The attendance machine offers 24 availa&le shifts &* default.

e*pad. 'ertime start and end time: Set the on-dut* and off-dut* time at current shift of overtime )or. Press KHL to choose correspondin! shift attri&utes.e*pad.0 to save *our settin!s and return to the 31 . Note: 0nl* certain t*pes of SS"-capa&le attendance machines allo) *ou to set the shifts. 2f *ou enter a time value in the )ron! format+ the s*stem )ill displa* a prompt C(ron! timeDE and *ou need to re-enter a correct value. 1nter the time usin! the numeric . %fter finishin! the settin!s+ *ou can press M.2 .ate A Time The date and time of the popular color-screen "T must &e set accuratel* to ensure the accurac* of attendance time.ser /anual Afternoon start and end time: Set the on-dut* and off-dut* time at current shift in the afternoon. 1nter the desired value &* usin! the .. peration Press KHL to s)itch amon! several entr* &o>es. ..Popular Color-Screen Series .

.e*pad to displa* the Add department interface: 32 . 1~add )or.Chapter 10 %ppendi> previous interface+ or press 3SC to cancel *our settin!s and return to the previous interface. t*pe. Therefore+ in order to distin!uish different attendance states )hen user is dealin! )ith attendance data+ the device has provided a parameter to mar. code 0n the Add 1or*Code interface+ press 3 on the numeric . )hich attendance record &elon!s to )hich )or. t*pes have different pa*s. peration" Press THU to navi!ate throu!h pa!es )hen the list of shifts e>ceeds one pa!e. t*pes for emplo*ees. t*pe in different time period. There are man* )or.5 1or* code★ Salar* is &ased on attendance.. %n emplo*ee ma* have different )or. Different )or.

1dit a )or. # or detailed operations+ see %ppendi> T: 2nput /ethod. code names onl*.ser /anual !o. code 33 .: 1nter the department name usin! the T: input method.: 1nter num&er usin! the numeric . code from the list and then press 0 to displa* the 3dit 1or*Code interface. Aou can modif* the )or. 2. The num&er cannot be modified. code Press KHL to choose the desired )or. #1-8 di!its$ .Popular Color-Screen Series . Delete a )or.$ 1.ept.e*pad.

Chapter 10 %ppendi> Press KHL to choose the desired )or. on the numeric . Note: 0nl* certain t*pes of attendance machines support the )or. Aou can enter a )or.0 to delete. code from the list and then press .e*pad. The s*stem displa*s a prompt CDelete this )or. Press 3SC to e>it. code directl* or press KHL to choose one from the list+ and then press M.se a )or. to the main interface. code function. code Displa* the )or.0 to save *our settin!s and !o &ac. 34 . code selection interface upon successful verification on the initial interface. 3.codeM@ Press M. .

S/S messa!es are divided into pu&lic and personal messa!es. 2f S/S messa!es are set to Personal+ emplo*ees )ho received the S/S messa!es can vie) the S/S messa!es after the* successfull* chec. in.. Add an SMS messa$e 0n the SMS Settin$ interface+ press 3 on the numeric . peration description 1.Popular Color-Screen Series . 3 . 2f S/S messa!es are set to Public+ )ill sho) up on the upper ri!ht of the initial interface and *ou can press 0 #&* default$ to vie) the S/S messa!es.e*pad to enter the Add a SMS interface.ser /anual . 0perators can edit S/S messa!es &eforehand and set them to sho) up on the screen )ithin a specified time.B SMS Settin$★ S/S messa!es are similar to &ulletins and notices.

Aou can press KHL to s)itch amon! the entr* &o>es of different options and press THU to choose a desired value or enter one usin! the . T+pe: Personal: indicates that the S/S messa!e is for assi!ned persons onl*. /alid: indicates that the S/S messa!e sho)s up )ithin the valid duration onl*.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Start: indicates the time that an S/S messa!e &ecomes valid.e* to ena&le the T: input method and then enter the messa!e content. Public: indicates that the S/S messa!e is for ever*one. 3! . Reser'ed: indicates that the reserved S/S messa!e is neither set to Personal nor Public. 1$ 2f Personal is chosen+ press Assi$n to assi!n an S/S messa!e to desired emplo*ees. peration description (hen the cursor hovers over the te>t &o>+ press the shortcut .e*pad.

Press 0 to choose the emplo*ee to )hom the S/S messa!e is assi!ned. . 3dit an SMS messa$e 0n the SMS Settin$ interface+ press KHL to choose an S/S messa!e and press 0 to edit it. The operations of S/S messa!e editin! are the same as those of S/S messa!e addin!. (. to delete it and all information relatin! to the S/S messa!e.elete an SMS messa$e 0n the SMS Settin$ interface+ press KHL to choose an S/S messa!e and then press .ser /anual Press KHL to locate a desired emplo*ee ro) &* ro). Press 3SC to !o &ac. 3" . to the Add a SMS interface+ and then clic.  Note: %n S/S messa!e can &e assi!ned to several emplo*ees+ &ut an emplo*ee can &e assi!ned one messa!e onl*.Popular Color-Screen Series . ). 0 to save and e>it.

Chapter 10 %ppendi> .0 to vie) the currentl*-valid pu&lic messa!es.. /ie& an SMS messa$e 1$ Vie) pu&lic S/S messa!es (hen is sho)n on the initial interface+ press M. 2$ Vie) personal S/S messa!es %fter a user is successfull* verified+ the userIs personal messa!es )ill sho) up on the screen. 3# . S/S messa!es onl* sho) up for 30 seconds+ durin! )hich *ou can close current displa* interface so as to enter the /erification interface.

. To meet the D<ST re-uirement+ the "T supports the D<ST function to ad'ust for)ard one hour at VV #?our$: VV #/inute$ VV #Da*$ VV #/onth$ and &ac.)ard in autumn.s are ad'usted for)ard one hour in the summer to ma. .)ard one hour at VV #?our$: VV #/inute$ VV #Da*$ VV #/onth$.a+li$ht Sa'in$ Time 7. The uniform time adopted durin! the implementation of this s*stem is . The specific D<ST re!ulations var* )ith countries.<ST9 Settin$★ The Da*li!ht Savin! Time is a )idel* used s*stem of ad'ustin! the official local time for)ard to save ener!*.e people earl* to &ed and earl* to rise so as to ma. peration description 3$ .4 . Cloc.no)n as the D<ST.Popular Color-Screen Series .e full use of illumination resources and save electricit*. T*picall* cloc.s are ad'usted &ac.ser /anual Note: 0nl* certain t*pes of attendance machines support the S/S function.

The end time of D<ST cannot &e set to ne>t *ear. Note: 1. or e>ample+ ad'ust the cloc.0 to save *our settin!s+ or press 3SC to e>it )ithout savin! *our settin!s. #%s sho)n in the a&ove fi!ure$ 3$ Press M. for)ard one hour at 08: 00 on %pril 1+ and &ac. 4% . 1nter the start and end time of D<ST. /ore specificall*+ the end time must &e later than the start time in the same *ear.)ard one hour at 08: 00 on 0cto&er 1.<ST option to !.Chapter 10 %ppendi> 1$ 2$ Set the . 0nl* certain t*pes of attendance machines support the D<ST function. 2.

The machine supports at most 24 timin! state s)itches. 41 .Popular Color-Screen Series . The current attendance state is sho)n on the initial interface..efinition of timin$ state s&itchin$ (hen it comes the set times+ the attendance machine )ill automaticall* s)itch its attendance state. peration description The attendance machine provides t)o timin! state settin! methods: 1$ settin! on the automatic state s)itchin! editin! interface of the attendance machine@ or 2$ settin! throu!h reports on the PC and uploadin! the settin!s to the machine #see Chapter 5 C"eport /ana!ementE$ . To reduce manual operations+ a timin! state s)itchin! option is added to the machine menu.e*s on the . There are four state .C Timin$ State S&itchin$ Settin$★ State s&itchin$: The attendance machine in use records different attendance statuses )ithin different periods.e*s to ena&le the correspondin! state. . The attendance state is s)itched manuall*. Aou need to press one of the .e*pad for all machine models to set the current attendance state.The follo)in! descri&es ho) to s)itch the timin! state on the attendance machine.ser /anual .

42 . %fter the settin! is complete+ press M. Press THU to choose a state. Note: 0nl* certain t*pes of attendance machines support the timin! state s)itchin! function. 0 to enter the Press KHL to s)itch amon! the entr* &o>es. to the previous interface.e*pad and the s)itch name usin! the T: input method.0 to save and !o &ac. Press 3SC to cancel the settin! and !o &ac.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Press KHL to choose a s)itch name and press 3dit Auto S&itch interface. to the previous interface. 1nter the s)itch time usin! the numeric .

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Press KHL to vie) the &ell settin!s ro) &* ro).0 to choose a desired &ell and displa* the =ell 3dit 1 interface. 44 . peration . #See Chapter 5 C"eport /ana!ementE$ The follo)in! descri&es ho) to set an alarm tone on the attendance machine.1. shifts+ and the* usuall* manuall* rin! their &ells or use electric &ells. Press M.Chapter 10 %ppendi> .. Press THU to vie) the &ell settin!s pa!e &* pa!e. To lo)er costs and facilitate mana!ement+ WJSoft)are inte!rates the time &ell function into the "T. =ell Settin$s★ <ots of companies need to rin! their &ells to si!nal the start and end of )or.escription" T)o methods are provided for &ell settin!s+ includin! settin! on the =ell 3dit 1 interface and settin! in a report on a PC. Aou can set the alarm time and duration for rin!in! the &ell &ased on *our re-uirements+ so that the attendance machine )ill automaticall* pla* the selected rin! tone+ and stop pla*in! the rin! tone after the set duration.

Music: Set a &ell rin! tone.ser /anual Time: Set a time point of one da* or several da*s from Sunda* to Saturda* )hen the attendance machine automaticall* pla*s a &ell rin! tone. Press KHL to s)itch amon! different entr* &o>es. %fter the settin!s+ press M. to the previous interface. 1nter the time and times usin! the numeric . Times: Set the alarm times. !ote" nl+ certain t+pes of attendance machines support the bell function. Press THU to choose a rin! tone or a status in the com&o &o>.0 to save *our settin!s and !o &ac. State: Set )hether to ena&le the &ell.Popular Color-Screen Series . to the previous interface+ or press 3SC to cancel *our settin!s and !o &ac. /olume: Set the volume of the rin! tone. 4 .e*pad.

Do)nload a standard report to collect statistical attendance information at the end of a month. or an SD card and upload it to a PC. 0 to displa* the 4! . Choose Report from the main menu. Press Report interface. Set the shift arran!ement report on the PC and upload the settin! report to the attendance machine.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter 2 Report Mana$ement★ =efore usin! an SS"-capa&le attendance machine+ do)nload a settin! report from the attendance machine usin! a .S= dis.

2$ 3$ Choose Report B .Popular Color-Screen Series . 0peration steps: 1$ 2nsert a .1 . into the .ser /anual 2.o&nload Standard report from the main menu. card are inserted simultaneousl+. 1nter the start and end dates.o&nload Standard Reports The schedule information report+ statistical report of attendance+ card report+ and attendance report on specified dates are displa*ed in the follo)in! e>ported reports.S= dis.S= slot on the attendance machine or insert an SD card into the SD card slot. 4" . Note: The attendance machine do&nloads information onto the US= dis* &hen a US= dis* and an S.

0 to ta.X<S shall &e stored in the . 5$ Press M.S= dis. The Standard report. or SD 4# . or SD card after the s*stem prompts CData do)nload succeedE.e out the . do)nloadin!E.Chapter 10 %ppendi> 4$ (ait until the s*stem displa*s a prompt CCalculatin! .S= dis.

The schedule information+ statistical report of attendance+ card report and attendance report can &e vie)ed on a PC. The follo)in! reports sho) the precedin! information: 4$ .ser /anual card.Popular Color-Screen Series .

Chapter 10 %ppendi> 2.( .S= dis. or an SD card and upload % .o&nload Settin$ Reports =efore chec.in! attendances+ do)nload a settin! report from the attendance machine usin! a .

(ait a fe) minutes )hen the s*stem prompts CDo)nload Settin! reportE. into the .e out the .o&nload Settin$ report from the main menu.S= slot on the attendance machine or insert an SD card into the SD card slot. 4$ Press M. 2$ 3$ Choose Report B . 0peration steps: 1$ 2nsert a . 1 . Set the schedule and emplo*ee information.0 to ta.ser /anual it to a PC.S= dis.Popular Color-Screen Series .S= dis. card are inserted simultaneousl+. or SD card after the s*stem prompts CData do)nload succeedE. !ote" The attendance machine do&nloads information onto the US= dis* &hen a US= dis* and an S.

Set the Shift+ State Auto S&itch+ and =ell Time in the Attendance settin$ report. The shifts that have &een set on the attendance machine shall &e displa*ed.S= dis. 5$ 0pen the settin! report. # or more details+ see 4.4 Shift Settin!s.Chapter 10 %ppendi> The settin! report.$ Aou can modif* the 24 shifts and add shifts. %fter modification+ the shifts shall prevail on the attendance machine.X<S shall &e stored in the .X<S in the . 2 . or SD card on a PC.4 Shift Settin!s and the Second time Done shall &e the onHoff dut* time in the afternoon. or SD card.S= dis. 1nter the onHoff dut* time in the correspondin! columns+ )here the #irst time Done shall &e the onHoff dut* time in the mornin! in 4.

or an SD card. Then *ou can vie) the information of 3 .epartment respectivel* on the left of the Schedule Settin$ Report. Set shifts for emplo*ees on the ri!ht of the Schedule Settin$ Report+ )here shifts 1R24 are shifts those set in the Attendance settin$ report and shift 25 is for leave and shift 26 is for out.S= dis.ser /anual 6$ Set a schedule settin! report: 1nter the I. 2.Popular Color-Screen Series . >ou can set )1 shifts at most one time in the Schedule Settin$ Report.) Set Settin$ Reports . (. !ote" 1. If the schedule settin$ report used b+ emplo+ees is not the report 1% &e need to set a schedule settin$ report e'er+ month and upload it to the attendance machine.+ !ame+ and .pload the set settin! reports to the attendance machine usin! a . If no schedule settin$ report is set% all emplo+ees use the report 1 b+ default from Monda+ to #rida+.

E 4$ (ait until the s*stem displa*s a prompt CData upload succeedE. card are inserted simultaneousl+.S= dis. Then press M.S= dis.S= slot or insert an SD card into the SD slot.0 and remove the . The s*stem displa*s a prompt C. 4 .ploadin! ta&leY. into the .Chapter 10 %ppendi> emplo*ees+ shifts+ and departments either on relevant interfaces or in do)nloaded standard reports. !ote" The attendance machine uploads information on the US= dis* &hen a US= dis* and an S. 0peration steps: 1$ 2nsert a . 2$ 3$ Displa* the main menu and choose Report B Upload Settin$ Report. or SD card.

ser /anual Then *ou can vie) the information of emplo*ees+ shifts+ and departments on respective interfaces of the attendance machine. .Popular Color-Screen Series .

Press ! .ata: Delete all the information of enrolled personnel+ includin! their fin!erprints and attendance records.elete all .0 on the initial interface to access the main menu: Press H to select .Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter 5 .ate M$t. Clear Pur'ie&: Set all the administrators to ordinar* users.ata M$t. or press 2 to access the .elete Attlo$: Delete all the attendance records. .ata Mana$ement Press M. . interface. /ove the cursor to the desired &utton &* pressin! KHL.

Update firm&are" . to up!rade firm)are pro!ram.  !ote" The user information and attendance data )ill not &e deleted from the popular color-screen "T durin! the restorin! of factor* defaults. Press M.0 and the s*stem displa*s the prompt C%re *ou sure to e>ecute current operationME. dis.suall*+ firm)are up!rade is not recommended.0 to confirm or press 3SC to cancel. /ove the cursor to the desired &utton &* pressin! KHL. Reset pts" "estore all parameter settin!s on the popular colorscreen "T to factor* defaults.ser /anual M. 2f *ou need such up!rade file+ please contact technician. %fter the data is deleted+ the s*stem )ill prompt *ou of the deletion success and the deleted data cannot &e restored.0 to confirm the deletion or press 3SC to cancel the deletion and return to the previous interface.0 and the s*stem displa*s the prompt C%re *ou sure to restore factor* defaultsME Press M.Popular Color-Screen Series .se . Press M. . " .

dis. .ata Store or press 5 to displa* the Data Store interface.e'ice I.+ *ou can import the user information and attendance data on the popular color-screen "T into related soft)are or other fin!erprint reco!nition e-uipment.0 on the initial interface to access the main menu: Press H to select . Press M.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter B . The num&er of the machine e-uipment. 19.ata Store Throu!h an SD card or a . (hen do)nloadin! data # .

S= host or SD card.dat #fin!erprint template$ )ill &e do)nloaded to the . Select . peration .S= host or SD card slot on the popular color-screen "T.0 and the s*stem displa*s the prompt CDo)nloadin!+ please )aitYE (hen do)nloadin! is complete+ the s*stem displa*s the prompt C%ttendance lo!s are do)nloaded successfull*.S= host or SD card &et)een different machine num&ers. (9.9. The file XZattlo!.l user data &* pressin! KHL. Select .Popular Color-Screen Series .S= host or SD card slot on the popular color-screen "T. .o&nload Attlo$ 7.ata9 $ .S= host or SD card.S= host or SD card.S= host or SD card.o&nload user data9 Net all the e-uipment user information and fin!erprint saved to the .o&nload attendance data9 Do)nload all the attendance data from the popular color-screen "T to the .escription 2nsert an .l att data &* pressin! KHL. Upload User 7Upload User .S= host or SD card into the .S= host or SD card into the .ser /anual to an .dat #attendance lo!s$ #)here CX[ refers to the e-uipment 2D$ is stored in the . .S= host or SD card. Press M. peration .dat #user information$ and template.E 3$ Press 3SC to return to the initial interface+ and then remove the .S= host or SD card+ there is the machine num&er information data+ so *ou can distin!uish the data in the .escription 1$ 2$ 2nsert an . The files user. )9.o&nload User 7. .

escription 2nsert an . Select Upload User &* pressin! KHL and then press M.S= host or SD card into the .E !ote" The attendance machine uploads information on the US= dis* &hen a US= dis* and an S.0 to upload the files user.S= host or SD card to the popular color-screen "T.dat #fin!erprint template$ to the popular color-screen "T. 2f these t)o files are ine>istent+ the s*stem )ill displa* the prompt C.pload the user information and fin!erprints from the . peration .S= host or SD card slot on the popular color-screen "T.Chapter 10 %ppendi> . !% . card are inserted simultaneousl+.pload failed.dat #user information$ and template.

ser /anual Chapter 4 Record :uer+ 1mplo*ees can vie) their saved attendance records &* enterin! an* -uer* conditions.Popular Color-Screen Series .0 on the initial interface to displa* the main menu. 1. T)o )a*s for enterin! the -uer* conditions: 1$ Press the !1 . %ccordin! to the entered -uer* conditions+ records that meet the specified -uer* conditions )ill &e displa*ed on the screen.e*pad to displa* the Record interface. Press THU to choose Record or press 7 on the numeric . Press M.

Press KHL to move the cursor to a desired ro).0 and the records that meet the specified -uer* conditions )ill &e displa*ed on screen.Chapter 10 %ppendi> enrolled fin!er+ and the user 2D and the name correspondin! to the fin!erprint )ill &e automaticall* displa*ed. 1nter the desired date ran!e Press M. Press M. or e>ample+ the attendance details of the emplo*ee )ith user 2D of 10001 on /a* 8 are as follo)s: !2 . 3. 2$ 1nter the desired emplo*ee information at I. and !ame.  Note: 1+000 records can &e displa*ed on this interface. Press THU to vie) the attendance records pa!e &* pa!e.0 to vie) the details of the attendance records. 2.

Notes displa*ed at the &ottom of the screen e>plain all letter meanin!s.-in 2: overtime chec.ser /anual  Note: 300 records can &e displa*ed on this interface.-out . P: pass)ord verification Status: attendance status.Popular Color-Screen Series .: chec. .: overtime chec. /erification #: fin!erprint verification.-out !3 .-in 1: chec.

The total fin!erprint stora!e capacit* and occupied capacit* as )ell as the total attendance stora!e capacit* and occupied capacit* are !raphicall* displa*ed respectivel*+ as sho)n &elo): !4 . menu item. the stora!e status as )ell as version information of the popular color-screen "T throu!h the S+s.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter C S+stem Information Aou can chec.1 Record Space The num&er of enrolled users+ administrators and pass)ords is displa*ed on the #ree Space interface. C.Info.

Popular Color-Screen Series .ser /anual C. Please refer to the actual o&'ect. ! .e'ice interface.( 3Euipment Information The e-uipment name+ serial num&er+ version information+ manufacturer and date of manufacture are displa*ed on the . Note: The fi!ure a&ove is for reference onl*.

The device support T: Chinese+ T: 1n!lish and s*m&ol input.$ Press the correspondin! .S= ca&le.e C%n!elE for e>ample$ : Press M.S= ca&le.Chapter 10 %ppendi> Chapter 1. Appendi6 US= . TC input T: input #intelli!ent input$ is -uic. The statistical data of reports need to &e processed on a PC &* usin! the specific soft)are+ so the . !! . The user can read this manual accompan*in! the popular colorscreen "T &* connectin! the . =* usin! T: input+ names+ S/S content and some s*m&ols can &e input. There are 3 or 4 1n!lish letters on numeric . T: en!lish character input #ta.e* once+ and the pro!ram )ill !enerate effective spellin!.0 to activate the T: input method+ and then press KHL to choose Pin*in amon! Pin*in+ 1n!lish and S*m&ol. and hi!h efficient.S= client can &e used as a mo&ile stora!e device to transfer data from the popular colorscreen "T to the PC throu!h a .S= Client The .e*s #0 ~:$+ # for e>ample+ %+ =+ C are on numeric .e* 1.S= client can onl* &e used to record the attendance time.S= client )ith a computer throu!h a .

.se the same method to input the other letters Cn!elE Press &'( to e)it !" .Popular Color-Screen Series .ser /anual 2nput C2E to !et the first letter and press C3E to \%I.

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:uic* :uer+ of Attendance Records
This function allo)s ordinar* users to -uer* their attendance records of current da* to ma,e sure )hether there are an* missin! records or time errors so as to inform administrators to record e>ceptions in time. peration description Mode 1" Sa'e the attendance records and Euer+ Euic*l+" The s*stem displa*s all attendance records of an emplo*ee on current da* if the emplo*ee presses M- 0 )ithin 10 seconds upon successful fin!erprint or pass)ord verification. or e>ample+ after successful fin!erprint matchin!+ the emplo*ee )ith user 2D of 1 can vie) hisHher attendance records of current da* after pressin! M- 0.

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Press KHL to vie) the attendance records ro) &* ro). Press THU to vie) the attendance records pa!e &* pa!e. Press M- 0 to -uer* the details of the attendance records.

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Press 3SC to !o &ac, to the initial interface. Mode (" :uer+ directl+ and Euic*l+ &ithout sa'in$ the attendance records F" Press ; on the initial interface to displa* the Record interface.

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T)o )a*s for enterin! the -uer* conditions: 1$ Press the enrolled fin!er+ and the user 2D and the name correspondin! to the fin!erprint )ill &e automaticall* displa*ed. 2$ 1nter the desired emplo*ee information at I, and !ame. 1nter the desired date ran!e Press M- 0 and the records that meet the specified -uer* conditions )ill &e displa*ed on the screen.

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Note: 1+000 records can &e displa*ed on this interface.

Press KHL to move the cursor to a desired ro). Press THU to vie) the attendance records pa!e &* pa!e. Press M- 0 to vie) the details of the attendance records.

Note: Aou can use the second -uer* mode for SS"-capa&le
attendance machines onl*.

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2. or an* dispute involvin! the human ri!hts or privac* )hen usin! our products+ please contact *our emplo*er directl*. 3. %s for )hether such a t*pe of fin!erprint collection constitutes an infrin!ement of *our privac*+ please contact the !overnment or the final e-uipment provider. The characteristic points of fin!erprints collected &* our products cannot &e used to restore the ori!inal fin!erprint ima!es+ and therefore no privac* issues are involved. Note: The la) of the PeopleIs "epu&lic of China has the follo)in! "1 .e the follo)in! statements: 1. (e+ as the ori!inal e-uipment manufacturer+ shall not &e held le!all* accounta&le for an* infrin!ement arisin! thereof. 4. 0ur other police fin!erprint e-uipment or development tools )ill provide the function of collectin! the ori!inal fin!erprint ima!e of citiGens. (e+ as the e-uipment provider+ shall not &e held le!all* accounta&le+ directl* or indirectl*+ for an* conse-uences arisin! due to the use of our products. (e here&* ma. *ou for choosin! the h*&rid &iometric products desi!ned and manufactured &* us. %s a )orld-reno)ned provider of &iometric technolo!ies and services+ )e pa* much attention to the compliance )ith the la)s related to human ri!hts and privac* in ever* countr* )hile constantl* performin! research and development. %ll of our fin!erprint reco!nition devices for civil use onl* collect the characteristic points of fin!erprints instead of the fin!erprint ima!es+ and therefore no privac* issues are involved.(hapter 1% Appendi) Statement on ?uman Ri$hts and Pri'ac+ Dear Customers: Than.

. 2. The fin!erprint reco!nition actuall* provides ade-uate protection for *our identit* under a hi!h securit* environment. %t last )e stress once a!ain that &iometrics+ as an advanced reco!nition technolo!*+ )ill &e applied in a lot of sectors includin! e-commerce+ &an. The home of citiGens of the PeopleQs "epu&lic of China is inviola&le. 1ver* *ear people around the !lo&e suffer from !reat loss due to the insecurit* of pass)ords. The personal di!nit* of citiGens of the PeopleQs "epu&lic of China is inviola&le. 3. 4. The freedom and privac* of correspondence of citiGens of the PeopleQs "epu&lic of China are protected &* la). "2 .nla)ful arrest+ detention or search of citiGens of the PeopleQs "epu&lic of China is prohi&ited@ infrin!ement of individual privac* is prohi&ited.in!+ insurance and le!al affairs.Chapter 10 %ppendi> re!ulations re!ardin! the personal freedom: 1.

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