Panasonic BM-ET300AE user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic BM-ET300AE

Device: Panasonic BM-ET300AE
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Date of adding : 2014-11-29 15:26:37
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BM ET300A
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Iris Camera
Operating Instructions
Model No. BM-ET300AE
REJECT ACCEPT
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
DEUTSCH ENGLISH

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Cautions: • This unit is for indoor use only. • Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read the label on the bottom. We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the standards or other normative documents following the provisions of Directive EEC/89/336. Vi erklærer os eneansvarlige for, at dette produkt, som denne CAUTION deklaration omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med standarder eller RISK OF ELECTRIC S

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarize

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CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................... 3 PREFACE .................................................................................................................................................... 5 FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................. 6 NOTIFICATION ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT ......

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PREFACE Iris Camera BM-ET300AE is used in an access control system. The iris camera, which captures a user's iris image, is available for following uses. • As an enrollment camera for iris image capturing and iris server enrollment To activate iris recognition, it is necessary to capture the iris images of a user and enroll the iris data in the iris server. An iris camera generates iris data from iris images captured, and transfers the data to the iris server in the LAN (Local Area 1 Network).

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FEATURES • Automatic guidance and recognition by voice guidance and guide indicator When a user is within 50 cm {1.64 ft.} of the front of an iris camera, the voice guidance will start. Moving to the point where the user can see both eyes in the mirror according to the voice guidance or guide indicator, the user's iris images will be automatically captured and the user will be recognized from the iris data. The recognition range of the iris camera is between approx. 30 cm {0.98 ft.} and 40 cm {1

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NOTIFICATION ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT • This document describes basic operating instructions of Iris Camera BM-ET300AE. •Manuals supplied to Administration Software BM-ES300AE, which is the software required for iris data enrollment, describe the operating instructions of the software, examples of system composition, and setup guide. Normally, users of recogni- tion cameras do not have to read them. These manuals are intended for system installers and administrators. • System installers and administr

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DOCUMENT CONVENTION These operating instructions use the following convention when describing the use and operation of the camera. Administration Software: Panasonic Administration Software BM-ES300AE (This software is sold separately, however, it must be used in combination with iris cameras.) This software is used for administering iris enrollment/recognition. The total number of users that can be enrolled differs depending on the total license numbers of User License Software BM-EU30000E Seri

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PRECAUTIONS • The third-party external power supply should meet General Safety Requirement the specifications. (Refer to p. 33.) For Installation: Refer all work related to the installation of the product to • Replacement part qualified service personnel or system installers. Exchange the following parts for the same type. Consult an expert for help in evaluating load bearing F1: K5D402BK0002 capacity of the installation surface and structure. If the sur- face is not strong enough, the camera ma

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• The camera settings are configured by the iris server. The operational setting of this appliance is configured by the optional Administration Software BM-ES300AE, which is to be installed in the iris server. Depending on the settings, the voice guidance will not be output or the live indicator will be off at all times. Refer to system administrators for details on settings. • Take care not to pinch your hands or fingers between the front panel and the body of this product. That may cause inju

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- 30 0 BM ET A MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ■ External View ● Front View q Mirror q w This mirror is used for eye positioning at the time of iris data enrollment/recognition. View the mirror from the front side where you can position both eyes in the mir- e ror. !0 r w Guide indicator REJECT ACCEPT When a user comes within 50 cm {1.64 ft.} of the front of t an iris camera, this indicator will appear in the mirror for o guidance. Adjust your eye position by following the y i gui

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■ Rear View Remove the cable hole cover by loosening the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Mounting hook hole (x4) System Instruction Cable hole (Used if you make a hole on the wall and pass the cables) Rear tamper detection switch* Cable hole cover (Used if you lay cables along a wall surface) Remove the cable hole cover by loosing the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. * Refer to the setup manual (PDF file) supplied to the administration software. Cable hole cover ■ Internal View ● Fron

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● Connection terminal @1 Note: Do not connect any cables to connectors "Not in use". Pin No. It may cause malfunction. q !1 w !2 e !3 Not in use r !4 Not in use t !5 y !6 !7 u i !8 o !9 @0 Not in use !0 q Wiegand power (card reader) !6 Recognition result output1 (ACCEPT) Supplies power to a card reader. This terminal is activated when recognition is success- fully completed. w Wiegand GND (card reader) This is the ground terminal for the power supply and !7 Recognition result output2 (REJECT) co

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SPECIFICATIONS OF WIEGAND CONNECTORS (FOR CARD READER) Pin No. Port Name I/O Signal Description Remarks 1 POWER OUT Wiegand 5 V 5 V, 100 mA (Max) 2 GND – Wiegand GND 0 V 0 V to 5 V, 24 mA (Max), Wiegand I/F 3 DATA 0 IN Wiegand DATA 0 Active low 0 V to 5 V, 24 mA (Max), Wiegand I/F 4 DATA 1 IN Wiegand DATA 1 Active low SPECIFICATIONS OF WIEGAND CONNECTORS (FOR ACCESS CONTROL PANEL) Pin No. Port Name I/O Signal Description Remarks 6 POWER IN* Wiegand 5 V 5 V 7 GND – Wiegand GND 0 V 0 V to 5 V, 24

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS WARNING The installation described in these figures should be made by qualified service personnel or trained system installers. Caution: Attach this iris camera to a flat wall with the supplied mounting bracket. After the installation, secure the camera to prevent dropping. Note: These operating instructions only describe how to install the iris camera to the wall. This camera will not operate properly if you do not complete the setup. Refer to the setup manual (PDF

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■ Preparation Prepare the following items before the installation. The necessary items and their lengths differ depending on situation. ● Preparing the Necessary Items Item Item number/Recommended type Use Power cable UL style 1015 (AWG 14-18) or Necessary when supplying power from equivalents the external power-supply device to the iris camera Maximum distance: 10 m {32.8 ft.} Solder both ends of the cable with M3 screw clamp terminals. Coaxial cable UL Listed NEC type CM or For connection bet

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Keep the iris camera away in the following, in addition to the above surroundings. •Vibration (It may cause invalid iris image capturing and recognition. It may also cause other trouble or damage.) •Places whose humidity is not between 30 % and 80 % and whose temperature is not between 0 °C and 40 °C {between 32 °F and 104 °F}. If the camera is located in an area exceeding these ranges, it may cause damage or a malfunction. •Noise (for example, places near air conditioners or ventilators) •Elect

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20 mm ■ Installation {0.79 in.} 192 mm {7.56 in.} 150 mm {5.90 in.} 27 mm Cautions: {1.06 in.} Mounting •Mount the iris camera to the flat and firm wall with the hook (x4) supplied mounting bracket. Besides, secure the iris camera and bracket with the supplied mounting screw, at the time of the mounting. Otherwise, it may cause dropping, trouble or injury. 41 mm {1.61 in.} •Check if the wall has enough strength for mounting and 30 mm no dents. Otherwise, the rear tamper detection switch {1.18

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3. When you use the built-in video surveillance camera, connect the video cable of the video surveillance cam- era to the BNC connector of the video input cable con- nected to an external device (for example, a digital disk recorder). Fix the power cable to the iris camera with the supplied clamping tool and clamping screw. 7. Attach the LAN cable to the LAN connector. Video cable Coaxial cable from a connected device 4. Connect the cables to the Wiegand and alarm output connectors as shown

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER ENROLLMENT AND RECOGNITION You (user) should follow the instructions mentioned in this page for proper enrollment and recognition. • Open your eyes as wide as you can so as not to hide the irises with eyelids and eyelashes. Not preferable Preferable • For users wearing glasses/sunglasses (for enrollment) Take off the glasses when enrolling the iris data in the iris server. • For users wearing glasses/sunglasses (for recognition) With this iris camera, you can carry out ir


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