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FG70-S Administrator’s Manual

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Regulatory Standards Compliance A. EMI Warning FCC Class A Certification This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. B. CE Mark Declaration of Conformance This product complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC (UL 60950) and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (ETS 300 329). CE mark EMC directive 89/336/EEC (ETS 300 329) Safety (low voltage directive) 73/23/EEC (UL 60950)

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1 Date 2003.15 2003.0.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 4/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.0 1.03.22 Updated By Joe Kuo PC Hung Description Initial Merge of Maintenance and Administrator FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.1.0.Revision History Rev. . # 1.4. Inc.0.

.............6......7...3....3...............................................................1............................... 2...............................................4............................................... 32 LED Test .................................................................. 24 2.......................doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 5/48 .................. 7 2...........2........... 2..............................................................................................................................3.........4............................. 2......7............1.................Contents 1.......... 23 NTP Sync Time Manually..... 2....... 35 Audio Test........8................................................................. 29 Time Zone Setup.........1.2........ 21 2............................................... 22 Set Network Time Server........... 2..........................................1..........7............... 2.....................................................1................................7....... 10 Enroll/Modify User............... 38 KeyPad Test ...........................................................4......................3................. 10 Delete User ........................................ 2... How to invoke the Administrator Mode .............................7....1....... 38 Master/Slave Test.......... 2........ 10 2.......7..... 27 Clear All User Logs ..................................................................................... Administrator Mode UI’s ............................................................2......................4........... 2............................................. 28 2........................................... 2....................................................................... 33 EL Test .............................................................. 23 Set Auto Sync Time ..............................................2......................... 2.....7................................ 26 List All User Logs...................................... 2.. 18 List One User ..................... 26 List One User Logs ...........................................................................................2...........1........6.....................................2............................... Edit LockType Local setup ...................................1........................ 2...... 2...................................7...................... 41 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering......................................... Load Default........ 31 LCD Test................. 39 2. Functions provided in the Administrator Mode................................. 20 List All User...........................................................................................2.................................................................. 37 FM200 Test .............................. User Setup ............1..... 2.................................. Time Setup...................... 2............................ Inc.................................................................................... 21 Set Local Time ......................5........ 2..........................................1.............. 30 Interactive Test..........1.................7....................4........................................................................................................................2.....................................3............................................ 24 User Log Setup........................................... 7 1............................................0......................................4.................................................................... 2.......5....................4.................................. Language Setup....... FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1........................................................................ 2......................... 2........................2......................................... 2..................................................................

43 Edit Network Setup ................. 2.......................................... 2...............................13... .....................12.................................................. Edit Service ....................................................................doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 6/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering............... 2............. 47 FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1............ 45 Display & Clear System Log...................10....2..............................0..................11.. 2........................................... 44 Display Setup .... 46 Hidden Function ............. Inc...............................................1..................9............................................................

Administrator Mode UI’s FG70 series products provide an “Administrator Mode” to manage the users and configure the system on an interactive basis. the default UserID and default password will no longer be valid. The functions provided in “Administrator Mode” are detailed as follow.1. to verify himself / herself within 3 seconds. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. How to invoke the Administrator Mode At the default screen. as shown below. press * key to bring up the “Administrator Mode” login UI. These are also automatic tests that are carried out by the system to insure the hardware components’ integrity and the readiness of the software modules before the system can be used. Inc.0.1. FINGER GUARD Input 2-digit Group ID _ _ 2003/01/01 12:00 Figure 1-1 Default Screen When the “Administrator Mode” login UI is invoked.1. Please be noted that after the first administrator have been enrolled. as shown in Figure 1-1. which is “998” by default. . 1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 7/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. the user has to input valid UserID.

If the input is not completed within or idle more than this time limit. the system will roll back to the default screen. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.FINGER GUARD Input 3-digit User ID _ _ _ (Administrator Mode) 2003/01/01 12:00 Figure 1-2. Administrator Mode login step 2 When succeed. . Administrator Mode login step 1.1.0. which is “9998” by default. as shown in Figure 1-4. When done.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 8/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. a password input screen is displayed. Input the password. the “Administrator Mode” menu is prompted and ready for selection. Inc. as shown in Figure 1-1. FINGER GUARD Input your password _ _ _ _ (Administrator Mode) 2003/01/01 12:00 Figure 1-3.

Press “#” in the Administrator Mode to switch between [Menu 1] and [Menu 2].0.1 Load Default(Application) User Log Setup Language Setup Time Zone Setup (Menu 1) # Menu 2 Administrator mode version * Exit Figure 1-4 Administrator Mode menu 1. FG70 might be required to be removed or attached from / to the hanger on a needed basis.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 9/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. IDS alarm detected Figure 1-6 An alarming message is issued while removing / attaching FG70 FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. 2. an alarm will be triggered accordingly. . 4. Inc. 4. 3. The corresponding alarming is suppressed to be silent and.1 * Exit Figure 1-5 Administrator Mode menu 2. Interactive Tests Edit LockType Local Setup Edit Service Edit Network Setup Display Setup Display & Clear System Log (Menu 2) # Menu 1 1. Administrator Mode 1. User Setup Time Setup 1. as shown in Figure 1-4 & 1-5. instead. 5. 5. as shown in Figure 1-6. 2. In those cases. 6. While in Administrator Mode. 6. 3.0.1.Administrator Mode 1.0. the warning message “IDS alarm detected” is issued on the screen.

Enroll/Modify User After selecting “1” in User Setup menu. the user could clear the alarming message and go back to the Administration Mode menu by pressing the escape key “*”. 2. User Setup Select “1” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “User Setup” and bring up the menu. Inc. as shown in Figure 2-1.0.1. and network settings. .1. Delete User 3. List One User 4. The initial screen is displayed in Figure 2-2. service type.At this point. namely Lock control. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. User Setup Menu 1.1.1. Exit Figure 2-1. There are basically three categories of parameters that need to be setup before FG70 could be put into use. Functions provided in the Administrator Mode This chapter discusses the functionality provided in the Administrator Mode in details.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 10/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. User Setup 2. Enroll/Modify User 2. 2. List All User *. the system will prepare the Enroll/Modify User for manual scheme.

Exit Figure 2-2 Input User ID If the user id exists.Enroll/Modify User Input User ID _ _ _ *. . Exit Figure 2-4 Add the New User If selecting “2” either in Figure 2-3 or 2-4. Enroll/Modify User Modify the Old User 1 : Yes / 2: No *. the system will return to the screen as shown FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 11/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.0. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-3. Inc. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-4.1. Exit Figure 2-3 Modify the old user If the user id doesn’t exist. Enroll/Modify User Add the New User 1 : Yes / 2: No *.

Enroll/Modify User Confirm User Password _ _ _ _ *. Next Figure 2-5 Input User Password After inputting the user password.in Figure 2-2. the system will return to the screen as shown Enroll/Modify User User Password _ _ _ _ *. Exit #. . you should confirm the user password and the screen is shown as in Figure 2-6.1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 12/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Inc. If selecting “1” either in Figure in Figure 2-5. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-7. Exit #.0. 2-3 or 2-4. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Next Figure 2-6 Input to confirm User Password After passing the confirmation of user password.

Inc. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-10. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.1.Enroll/Modify User Enroll the 1st Finger 1 : Yes / 2: No *. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-9. . Exit Figure 2-8 Enroll the 2nd Finger If selecting ‘2’. Figure 2-8 and Figure 2-9. Enroll/Modify User Enroll the 3rd Finger 1 : Yes / 2: No *. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-8.0. Exit Figure 2-7 Enroll the 1st Finger If selecting ‘2’.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 13/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Exit Figure 2-9 Enroll the 3rd Finger If selecting ‘1’ either in the Figure 2-7. Enroll/Modify User Enroll the 2nd Finger 1 : Yes / 2: No *.

Exit Figure 2-12. Display the image of the finger After snapping. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-12.1. Enroll/Modify User (your fingerprint here) *. Exit Figure 2-10 Start Enroll Next. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.Enroll/Modify User Start Enroll *. Inc. Enroll/Modify User Put Down Your Finger *.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 14/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. . Exit Figure 2-11 Put down your finger After putting down your finger. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-11. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-13.0.

Otherwise.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 15/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Classification of your Finger Next. Exit Figure 2-14. and the screen is shown as in Figure 2-15.Enroll/Modify User Remove your Finger *. the fingerprint snapping is classified as shown in Figure 2-14. Exit . it repeats the flow from the Figure 2-11 to Figure 2-13 for 3 or 5 times until a stable fingerprint template is captured. Figure 2-13 Remove your Finger If the enrolling of your finger fails. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.0. Enroll/Modify User Class (A or B or C) *. . 2-8 or 2-9. choose the index of you finger.1. if the enrolling of your finger is successful. the process will return to the screen as shown in Figure 2-7. Inc. Finally.

Exit Figure 2-17 Door access permission setting After finish the door access permission setting. and the screen is shown as in Figure 2-16.Enroll/Modify User 9 8 0 7 6 1 2 3 4 5 L R Figure 2-15. Enroll/Modify User Set User as Administrator 1 : Yes / 2: No *. the next step is determining the valid FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Set user as administrator Next. Choose the index of your finger(From 0 to 9 viewed as the screen) You could assign the user as an administrator.0. Inc. Exit Figure 2-16. you could assign door access permission for this user. Enroll/Modify User Door Access Permission 0: No Door Access 1: By User Shift 2: All Access *.1. and the screen is shown as in Figure 2-17. .doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 16/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.

Enroll/Modify User User Profile Valid Period 1: Escape 2: Edit *. Enroll/Modify User User Profile Valid Period Start: 2003 3 15 End: 2003 12 31 *.period of the user profile. If selecting item 2 to edit valid period.0. Use Default Figure 2-19 Edit user profile valid period Press “*” to finish the process. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-20. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 17/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-18. Inc. . Exit Figure 2-18 User profile valid period setting If selecting item 1 to escape the valid period setting. this user will have no limitation of valid period.1. Exit #. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-19.

Exit Figure 2-21. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. .2.1. Delete User User ID _ _ _ *. The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-21. the system will prepare to Delete User for manual scheme.. the screen is to as shown in Figure 2-22. Input user id If the user id doesn’t exist.. Inc.1.0. Press Any Key to Continue *.Enroll/Modify User Save Data to Disk. Delete User After selecting “2” in User Setup menu. Exit Figure 2-20 Save User Data 2.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 18/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.

.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 19/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.0. return to the screen as shown in Figure 2-21. Exit Figure 2-23.Delete User User is not found *. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-24. Delete User Succeed (Fail) to Delete the User If selecting ‘2’. Succeed (Fail) to Delete the user FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Delete the user If selecting ‘1’. the process will *. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-23. Exit Figure 2-24.1. Exit Figure 2-22. Delete User Delete the User 1 : Yes / 2: No *. No This User If the user id exists. Inc.

FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. List One User User ID _ _ _ *. . Exit Figure 2-25. User is not found If the user id exists.1.0.3. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-27. the system will prepare the List One User for manual scheme. the process will return to the screen as shown in Figure 2-21.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 20/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Exit Figure 2-26. Input user id If the user id doesn’t exist.1. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-26.Next. Inc. The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-25. List One User User is not found *. List One User After selecting “3” in User Setup menu. 2.

The detailed info of the user 2. The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-28.Next Page Figure 2-28.1. List All User After selecting “4” in User Setup menu.1. Exit #. as shown in Figure 2-29. Inc.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 21/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.List One User UID=xxx GID=xx Password=xxxx Shift pattern code=x The 3rd finger matching=x Door access limit=x *.2. Time Setup Select “2” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “Set Time” and bring up the menu. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. List all users 2. List All User 100(1-6) UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=N UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=Y UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=N UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=N UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=N UID=xxx GID=xx AdMode=Y *. .0. the system will prepare the List All User for manual scheme. Exit Figure 2-27.4.

Exit Figure 2-31. Set Local Time Year: ▊▊▊▊ Month: ▊▊ Day: ▊▊ Hour: ▊▊ Minutes: ▊▊ *. Exit Figure 2-30. the screen will be shown as below: Incorrect Date/Time Format Setting Failed *. Set Auto Sync Time 4.1. Set Local Time If the date or time format is incorrect. Set Local Time 2. Set Time 2. Set Network Time Server 3.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 22/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Inc. the system will bring out the screen as shown in Figure 2-30. Incorrect Date/Time Format FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.0. Exit Figure 2-29.Set Time 1. NTP Sync Time Manually *. .2.1. Set Local Time After selecting “1” in Set Time menu.

1.2. Set Network Time Server Current NTP Server IP XXX . Exit Figure 2-33. Set Auto Sync Time Set Auto Sync Time Current Setting XX:XX New Setting __:__ *. . Inc. Exit _ . 2. Set Auto Sync Time FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 23/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. XXX New NTP Server IP . XXX .2. XXX .If the date or time format is correct.3.0. ___ Figure 2-32 Set NTP Server IP Address 2. the current date and time will be modified and the screen will return to Figure 2-29. *.2. ___ .

Set Auto Sync Fail 2. NTP Sync Time Succeeded NTP Sync Time Failed Figure 2-35. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.4. Load Default Select “3” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “Load Default” and bring up the menu. . NTP Sync Time Manually NTP Sync Time Succeeded Figure 2-34.2. as shown in Figure 2-36. Inc.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 24/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.3.1.0.2.

Load Default Succeeded Figure 2-37. Load default successful If the default system parameters fail to be loaded. Exit Figure 2-36. Load default If the default system parameters are loaded successfully. the screen will display the result as below and quit 2 minutes later. Load Default Failed Figure 2-38. .1.Load Default (Application) 1 : Yes / 2: No *. Inc.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 25/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. the screen will display the result as shown below and quit 2 minutes later. Load default failed FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.0.

3. Exit Figure 2-39. List All User Logs After selecting “1” in User Log Setup menu. Inc.2. Exit #. List All User Logs List One User Logs Clear All User Logs *.Next Page Figure 2-40.0. List All User Logs 2003/03/10 21:10:12 1223 01 041 2003/03/10 21:28:38 0000 00 F01 2003/03/11 00:02:05 0890 03 042 2003/03/11 12:33:55 0288 01 041 *.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 26/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. User Log Setup Select “4” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “Log Setup” and bring up the menu.4.1. List all user logs FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. User Log Setup Menu 1. . The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-40.1. the system will prepare the List All User for manual scheme. User Log Setup 2.4. 2. as shown in Figure 2-39.

Input the user id If the user id doesn’t exist. The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-41.2. No such User If the user id exists. the system will prepare the List One User for manual scheme. Exit Figure 2-42. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-43. List One User Log User ID _ _ _ *.1.0. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.2. List One User Logs After selecting “2” in User Log Setup menu. Inc. Exit Figure 2-41.4. the screen is to as shown in Figure 2-42.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 27/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. . List One User Log User is not found *.

3. Inc. the process will FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. the screen is shown as in Figure 2-45. Clear All User Logs After selecting “3” in User Log Setup menu.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 28/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. List one user log 2. Exit Figure 2-44. The initial screen is shown as in Figure 2-44 Clear All User Logs 1 : Yes / 2: No *. .List One User Logs 2003/03/18 21:10:12 0123 01 F41 2003/03/18 21:28:38 0123 01 O44 2003/03/19 00:02:05 0123 02 O43 *.0.Next Page Figure 2-43.4. return to the screen as shown in Figure 2-39. Clear all logs If selecting ‘1’.1. Exit #. the system will prepare the Clear All User Logs for manual scheme. If selecting ‘2’.

1. Succeed to clear all user Logs Next. as shown in Figure 2-46. Language Setup Select “5” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “Select UI Language” and bring up the menu. Select UI Language 1. Select user interface language After selecting an item in Select UI Language menu. the process will return to the screen as shown in Figure 2-36. . 2.0.5. Exit Figure 2-45. English 3. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. system will change current UI language to specific language. Chinese (Traditional) 2. Inc.Clear Succeed to Logs Clear All User Logs *. Exit Figure 2-46. system will bring up the screen as shown in Figure 2-47. Japanese *.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 29/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. If the language transforming procedure succeeded.

Time Zone Setup Select “6” in the Administrator Mode menu 1 will enable the “Select Time Zone” and bring up the menu. Change user interface language succeeded If the language transforming procedure failed.Select UI Language Change Language Succeeded *. Select Time Zone 1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 30/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Next Figure 2-49. Exit Figure 2-48.1.6. Inc.0. . (GMT-10:00) Hawaii 4. as shown in Figure 2-49. system will bring up the screen as shown in Figure 2-48. (GMT-11:00) Midway Island 3. Exit Figure 2-47. (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US) 6. (GMT-09:00) Alaska 5. (GMT-07:00) Mountain Time (US) *. (GMT-12:00) International Date 2. Change user interface language failed 2. Select UI Language Change Language Failed *. Select time zone FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Exit #.

0. it will turn to next page to display the following available time zones.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 31/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. system will bring up the screen as shown in Figure 2-51. Change time zone succeeded If the time zone is not changed successfully.Press “#” in Select Time Zone menu. system will bring up the screen as shown in Figure 2-50. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. . system will change current time zone to specific time zone and modify current date and time. Exit Figure 2-50. Exit Figure 2-51. Interactive Test Select “1” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “User Setup” and bring up the menu.7. If the time zone is changed successfully. as shown in Figure 2-52. Select Time Zone Change Time Zone Failed *. Select Time Zone Change Time Zone Succeeded *. After selecting an item in Select Time Zone menu. Inc.1. Change time zone failed 2.

EL Test 5. LCD Test 3. as shown in Figure 2-53. FM200 Test 7. the application version and its release date will be displayed underneath the selectable test items. The initial screen is to fill up the whole area with black color.1. including one hidden function. 7. Audio Test *.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 32/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. 6. LED Test 4. the system will prepare the LCD test for manual scheme.7. . LCD Test After selecting “1” in Interactive Tests menu.0 030320 * Exit Figure 2-53 Display application version and its release date 2. LCD Test EL Test FM200 Test Keypad Test Master/Slave Test 2. 3. 5. Master/Slave Test FG70-S 1. Exit Figure 2-52 Interactive Test There are eight selectable items in the Interactive Tests Menu.0. Interactive Test Menu 1. Inc.Interactive Test Menu 1.0. as shown in Figure 2-54. KeyPad Test Application version & release date 2. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. When press “0” in this prompt. LED Test 4.1. Audio Test 6.

the system will prepare the LED test for manual scheme.0. The whole area is black.Figure 2-54. Figure 2-55. At this moment. The screen is clear Press “#” again will switch the screen back and forth between the aforementioned two states.7. until the maximum switching times. as shown in Figure 2-56. Inc. which is 5 by default. . press “#” will clear the screen.1. The initial screen in LCD test. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. as shown in Figure 2-55. is reached. LED Test After selecting “2” in Interactive Tests menu. as shown in Figure 2-54 and 2-55. Press “*” at any given time will exit the current LCD test and roll back to its parent screen.2. which is Interactive Test menu. 2.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 33/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.

Green LED’s lit on Press “#” again will power off the green LED and light up the red one. Exit Figure 2-58. Exit Figure 2-57.LED test now Press # to test *. LED test now Press # to test *. . Inc. LED test now Press # to test *. Exit Figure 2-56.1. as shown in Figure 2-57. Red LED’s lit on FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. as shown in Figure 2-58.0. Screen for LED test Press “#” the first time will light up the green LED.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 34/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.

the system will prepare the EL test for manual scheme.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 35/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. EL Test After selecting “3” in Interactive Tests menu. 2.7. LED test now Press # to test *. as shown in Figure 2-59.Press “#” again will power off the red LED and light up the orange one. Exit Figure 2-60. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Exit Figure 2-59. which is Interactive Test menu. Orange LED’s lit on Press “#” again will power off the orange LED. .1.3. Inc. Press “*” at any given time will exit the current LED test and roll back to its parent screen. as shown in Figure 2-61. Orange LED’s powered off Repeatedly pressing “#” will iterate the LED’s on/off scheme all over again. as shown in Figure 2-60. LED test now Press # to test *.0.

One Time Mode Test Lock status Unlock/Lock Door status Open/Close Display Lock’s & Door’s #. One-time mode Press “#”to unlock for a certain period of time. which is 5 seconds by default.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 36/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. One-time mode real-time status 2. and then locked up when the period expires. One-Time mode Test 2.Electric Lock Test Menu 1. Electric Lock Test menu There are three types of electric locks / control panel that could work with FG70.1. .0. Continuous mode Press“#”to unlock indefinitely. namely One-time mode and Continuous Mode. Press “*”to lock up. Inc. Unlock *. Exit Figure 2-62. 1. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. EL Test is required to insure the selection of electric lock /control type and their harnessing with FG70 are both correct. Exit Figure 2-61. There are two kinds of test schemes. Continuous mode Test *.

1. Exit Figure 2-64. .4. the door status could be reflected real-time as well.Continuous Mode Test Lock status Unlock/Lock Door status Open/Close Display Lock’s & Door’s #. Audio Test After selecting “4” in Interactive Tests menu. Audio test now Volume == == == Low High *.0. Continuous mode real-time status While in these tests.7. and start with the lowest one. Exit Figure 2-63. 2. Unlock *.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 37/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. This playback will iterate as a loop until the “*” is pressed and thus signal the system to roll back to the Interactive Tests menu. the system will prepare the Audio test for manual scheme. as shown in Figure 2-64. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Audio test The system will automatically playback some “beeping” audio file in 3 different levels of volume. respectively. Inc.

and the key will be echoed back on the screen. except the “*”. If FM200 is functional properly. an echo message “Image scanned OK” will be printed on the lower part of the screen. as shown in Figure 2-66. KeyPad Test After selecting “6” in Interactive Tests menu. FM200 test In this test. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Inc. If otherwise. which is Interactive Test menu. the system will prepare keypad test for manual scheme. FM200 test now.6. 2. FM200 Test After selecting “5” in Interactive Tests menu. “Image scanned Failed” will be printed instead. In this test. Image scanned OK (or Failed) *. Please put your finger on the platen. press any key. Exit Figure 2-65.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 38/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.1. as shown in Figure 2-65. Press “*” at any given time will exit the current FM200 test and roll back to its parent screen. the system will prepare FM200 test for manual scheme. user need to place down one finger onto the platen of FM200.7.7.2. which is Interactive Test menu. as shown in Figure 2-65. . Press “*” at any given time will exit the current keypad test and roll back to its parent screen.5.0.

Inc. Exit Figure 2-67. . Keypad test 2. *.7. Exit Figure 2-66.Keypad test now 123456789#0112233445566 778899 Press any key will be echoed back on the display. If both service types are setup OK and the network communication is up.. as shown in Figure 2-67. Master/Slave test now Connecting to counterpart Please Wait.0.. Master/Slave Test After selecting “7” in Interactive Tests menu.1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 39/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. as shown in Figure 2-68. System is undergoing Master/Slave communication test When this item is selected. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.7. the local node will send a message to its counterpart for verification of pair-matching. a string “Communication succeeded” will be echoed back on the display. the system will prepare Master / Slave communication test for manual scheme. *.

Test return OK If the local IP and its counterpart IP do not match. Inc.Master/Slave test now Communication Succeeded *. Master/Slave test now Communication Failed *. Network is down Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. a string “Network error” will be displayed. Exit Figure 2-69. a string “Communication failed” will be displayed. Exit Figure 2-68. Exit Figure 2-70. IP’s do not match If the network is down.1. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Master/Slave test now Network error *.0. as shown in Figure 2-69. as shown in Figure 2-70.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 40/48 .

Exit Figure 2-72.If the local service type is setup as “Standalone” instead of “Master” or “Slave”. as shown in Figure 2-72. a string “Device Type is Standalone!!” will be displayed. which is Interactive Test menu. as shown in Figure 2-71. . as shown in Figure 2-73 FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Counterpart service type is set to “Standalone Press “*” at any given time will exit the current Master / Slave communication test and roll back to its parent screen. Inc. Local service type is set to “Standalone” If the counterpart service type is setup as “Standalone” instead of “Master” or “Slave”. 2. Master/Slave test now Device Type is Standalone!! *. Master/Slave test now Counterpart is Standalone!! *. a string “Device Type is Standalone!!” will be displayed.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 41/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Edit LockType Local setup Select “2” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “Edit LockType Setting Menu”.1.0. Exit Figure 2-71.8.

4. 0) Now setup *. 3. Inc.0. 3. Edit Lock Type Menu 1. 4. Lock type Unlocked Interval Open Interval Door/Lock Status = (1. Set Unlock Interval 1. S1&S2 S1-Conti S1-Pulse A2C2B2-Conti A2C2B2-Pulse Reflect the current selection Figure 2-74 Edit lock Type Now setup = x *. Exit Select “2” in the Edit LockType Setting Menu will bring the following menu. 10 .doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 42/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.Edit LockType Setting Menu 1.1. . FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. 5 10 20 60 seconds seconds seconds seconds Now setup = x *. 3. Exit Figure 2-73 Reflect the selection of each item by order Edit lockType Local setup Select “1” in the Edit LockType Setting Menu will bring the following menu. 5. 60. as shown in Figure 2-75. as shown in Figure 2-75. as shown in Figure 2-74. Exit Figure 2-75 Edit unlock interval Reflect the current selection Select “4” in the Edit LockType Setting Menu will bring the following menu. 2. 2. 4. 2.

namely “Master”. Edit Service Select “3” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “Edit Service Type Setup menu”. and ‘Standalone”.0. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. as shown in Figure 2-77. Edit Service Type Setup menu 1. ‘Slave”.9. Definition of “Standalone” refers to the application that a FG70 is working alone without any peer’s presence. 2. “Master” and “Slave” must work in a pair in that only “Master” FG70 is connected with an electric lock / control panel. Master Slave 3. which is “Maintenance Mode menu”. Inc.Edit Lock Capability Menu 0. With Door & Lock Status Now setup = x *. . Exit Figure 2-77 Edit Service Type Setup menu Reflect the current selection Press “*” at any given time will exit the current “Edit Service Type Setup menu” and roll back to its parent screen.1. There are three service types. Exit Figure 2-76 Edit lock capability Reflect the current selection 2. No Door & Lock Status Only Lock Status 3. 1.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 43/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Standalone Now setup = x *.

Exit Figure 2-78 Edit network setup menu while DHCP is enabled already At this point. the “counterpart IP” needs to be setup if the local service type is anything other than “Standalone”.000.___.2. Select “5” will bring up the “counterpart IP setting UI”.000.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 44/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. . Edit Network Setup Menu 1.10. Current Counterpart IP 000.000 New Counterpart IP ___. FG70’s DHCP setting is enabled.1. as shown in Figure 2-79. Record counterpart IP *. as shown in Figure 2-78. By default. Edit Network Setup When FG70 is placed into a networked environment. Disable DHCP 5. Inc. or static IP’s. select “4” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “Edit Network Setup menu” and bring up the menu.___.___ *. its network settings need to be correctly configured before it could do any data/message transaction with others. which is easier.0. Exit Figure 2-79 Counterpart IP setting User should input the valid counterpart IP address at this point. In such case. The cursor will move FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. There are two ways to configure the local network settings by using either DHCP.

xxx 5.automatically to the next section if the previous section is saturated.xxx. Press “*” will backspace the last input. . select “4” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 or select “1. Enable DHCP 2.xxx. to provide the required network settings. 3. Edit Node IP 3.xxx 6.Service Type : 3. Edit Network Setup Menu 1. Exit FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1.Gateway IP : xxx.xxx.Submask IP : xxx.Counterpart: xxx. as shown in Figure 2-80.xxx.xxx. Inc. user need to select 2.EL type : 2. If DHCP setting is disabled by default.xxx 4. and 4. Press “#” could move the cursor from the current section to the next section.Node IP : (xxxxxxxx) (xxxxxxxx) xxx. then user need to provide all of the required network settings manually.xxx. Edit Local Subnet mask IP 4. Edit Local Default Gateway IP 5.1. as shown in Figure 2-81. Display Setup 1.xxx *. respectively.xxx. Disable DHCP” in the “Edit Network Setup Menu” will enable the “Edit Network Setup menu” and bring up the menu.0. 2. Display Setup Select “5” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “Display Setup” and bring up the menu. Exit Figure 2-80 Edit Network Setup Menu while DHCP is disabled already At this point.xxx. In this case.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 45/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.11. Record counterpart IP *.

An example of “Display setup” 2.. ………. Display Setup 1 EL type : 2.123 4. Exit Figure 2-82.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 46/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.Gateway IP : 192. ……….Figure 2-81.10.10. ……….12. Inc. The following is an example of “Display System Log”. Display System Log yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:tt log messages ….0.255.168.0 5. . Display setup The following is an example of “Display setup”.124 *.Service Type : 3. Exit 0.Submask IP : 255.Node IP : (Control Panel) (Master) 192. Clear Display system logs Figure 2-83.254 6. ……….255. ………. as shown in Figure 2-83.1.Counterpart: 192. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. Display & Clear System Log Select “6” in the Administrator Mode menu 2 will enable the “Display System Log” and bring up the menu.10.168.168. *.

No. it will not clear any log.Display System log 2003/01/01 2003/01/01 2003/01/01 2003/01/01 2003/01/01 12:00:00 (WDT)(8-1-8) 12:01:00 (WDT)(8-1-8) 12:02:00 (WDT)(8-1-8) 12:03:00 (WDT)(8-1-8) 12:04:00 (WDT)(8-1-8) *. If press “*”. Clear system logs If “9” is pressed then all of the log will be cleared & return to Maintenance mode menu. 0: Clear An example of “Display System Log” At this point. OK *. Clear All System Log? 9. .1. Inc. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. press “0” will bring up the following display.0. Exit Figure 2-84.13. 2.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 47/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering. Exit Figure 2-85. the following screen will be displayed. Hidden Function If one press “0” at Administrator Mode menu 2.

Inc. OK *. system will remove all user’s profile and fingerprint data.1. Exit Figure 2-86.0. Clear user data At this point. if one press “#”.doc Form: EN-40-0015-v02 Page: 48/48 Security: Confidential Startek Engineering.Clear User Profile & Fingerprint #. FileName: FG70 Administrator Manual v1. .