Quick Installation

This information will guide you through the basic steps needed to install, set up the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock and connect to your network.

Before Beginning

Power Requirements
The Time and Attendance Biometric Clock requires a access to a power point to plug in the supplied 12V DC/2A Power Plug Pack.


Warning: Modification of the Power Supply/DC Jack or Extension of the DC Cord of Power Supply may affect the stability of the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock.


Deciding where to install the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock

The Time and Attendance Biometric Clock is a wall-mountable unit with a very small footprint, and can be conveniently installed anywhere. If used as an access control system, the product should be installed close to the door, so the user can open the door within the timeout period after authentication (8 sec. by default).

Installing your Time and Attendance Biometric Clock

Power & External Controls Connections

The Time and Attendance Biometric Clock provides easy-access terminals for connections to external controls, including Door Strikes, Door, Door Release Switch, and External Alarm.


If the device works as Access Control System, an additional diode is required, to avoid the Back EMF from the Door Lock, which may damage the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock unit.

Power (12V DC) - DC Jack +12VDC

J2 - Door Strike

Terminals NO - COM Normal Open (Internal Relay)

Terminals NC - COM Normal Close (Internal Relay)


These terminals are connected directly to the internal relay, which rating at 30V/5A. If the door strike rates within this current limit, it can be connected to these terminals directly. If the system is used solely for Time Attendance, leave these terminals disconnected.


J3 - Alarm

Terminals A & B Tamper Switch for External Alarm

This is used for connecting an optional external alarm. If in the case of a forced opening during operation (such as a break-in), an internal sensor will trigger this connection, and it will sound the external alarm.

J4 - Door Switch

Terminals A & B

An optional door switch (Door Release Button) can be connected to these terminals. It is used to open the door from the inside of the business premises, or from the reception area. It is highly suggested to connect the Door Release Button to Electric Lock directly, and leave these terminals disconnected.

J6 - Door Bell

Connect both ends of the door bell switch to COM and NO. Door bell will ring once the door bell button (Top right corner of the keypads) is pressed.


JP20 - Video Output

The camera of the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock is able to output CVBS signal. i.e. TV out

Network Connections

You can connect the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock directly to your corporate computer network via standard RJ-45 cabling & TCP/IP protocols.








By connecting it to the network, you can manage & monitor the unit via any standard Web Browser (such as Google Chrome).


First, make sure the TCP/IP protocols have been installed and configured correctly on the PC or Notebook which you want to use to access the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock.


Setting the Network & TCP/IP address

Press Menu,

enter A999 (Super admin ID),

then press 1 (Default password),


select the IP Setting icon.


Enter IP address then press Enter to continue. 

Enter Subnet mask then press Enter to continue. 

Enter Default Gateway then press Enter to continue.

Enter DNS (if required) then press Enter to continue.

or Enable DHCP (if required) Press Enter to continue.


Open your PC’s web browser and key in the the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock IP address into the browser’s address bar.


Press Enter, the Time and Attendance Biometric Clock web interface should be displayed in the browser window.


* If you have any problems during above steps, please consult your network administrator.