Panasonic BM-ET500 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic BM-ET500

Device: Panasonic BM-ET500
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Date of adding : 2014-11-21 15:33:45
Number of pages: 24
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Iris Camera
Operating Instructions
Model No. BM-ET500
ACCEPT
REJECT
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
READY

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Cautions: • This unit is for indoor use only. • Before attempting to connect or operate this prod- uct, please read the label on the bottom. For U.S.A NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part CAUTION 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK reasonable protection against harmful interference when the DO NOT OPEN equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment ge

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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 ........................................................................................................................

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PREFACE Iris Camera BM-ET500 is used in an access control system. The iris camera, which captures a user's iris image with the control by Control Unit BM-ED500, is available for following uses. (Control Unit BM-ED500 is sold separately, however, it must be used in combination with the iris camera.) • As an enrollment camera for iris image capturing and Administration PC enrollment To activate iris recognition, it is necessary to capture the iris images of a user and enroll the iris data in the a

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FEATURES • Automatic guidance and recognition by two cameras When a user approaches within 66 cm {2.16 ft.} of the front of an iris camera, iris image capturing and checking will auto- matically start. A wide angle camera, which monitors the user's face and surroundings, and a telecamera, which captures the user's iris images, can eliminate the adjustment of the camera angle and eye positioning by users. The recognition range of the iris camera is between approx. 30 cm {0.98 ft.} and 60 cm {1.97

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NOTIFICATION ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT • This document describes basic operating instructions of Iris Camera BM-ET500. • The operating instructions supplied to BM-ED500 Control Unit describes operating instructions, examples of system com- position, and installation guide of the control unit. The instruction manuals supplied to Administration Software BM-ES500E, which is the software required for iris data enrollment, describe how to use the administration software. Normally, users of recognition cam

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DOCUMENT CONVENTION These operating instructions use the following convention when describing the use and operation of the camera. Access control system: System which controls access using iris cameras, control units, and the administration PC, in combi- nation with access control panels, card readers, and electric locks, etc. Administration Software: Panasonic Administration Software BM-ES500E This software is used for administering iris enrollment/recognition. (This product is sold separately

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PRECAUTIONS • Refer all work related to the installation of this • When you use an external power supply device, do product to qualified service personnel or system the following: installers. Turn on the external power supply device before turn- Consult an expert on the load bearing capacity of the ing on Control Unit BM-ED500. installation surface and structure. If the surface is not Turn off the external power supply device after turning strong enough, the camera may fall down. Refer to the of

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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS q Status indicator w User guidance indicators ACCEPT REJECT e Built-in color READY CCTV camera r Operation indicators t Front panel y 10 key cover CANCEL 1 2 3 4 5 u LED indicator ENTER 6 7 8 9 0 o Buzzer-level adjustment hole i Numeric keys q Status Indicator r Operation indicators Shows the status of recognition or enrollment. These indicators show the operation statuses of the unit. The central indicator is lit all the time when power ACCEPT:

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INSTALLATIONS AND CONNECTIONS • Keep the unit away from: WARNING • direct sunlight or light reflection. The installation described in these figures should be made • incandescent or halogen lighting. by qualified service personnel or trained system installers. • places where shadow appear over the front panel. • noise. (for example, places near air conditioners or ven- Cautions: tilators) • This system must be installed within the protected • electricity. promise in accordance with the National E

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CANCEL CANCEL 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ENTER 2. Remove the shipping lock as follows:  Installation The unit can be mounted over the wall as described. Locked 1 2 1. Attach the anchor into the wall, and then attach the sup- plied mounting bracket to the anchor. (Refer to the fig- Belt ure in p.14.) The anchor bolt should meet the standards shown in the illustration. 10 mm {2/5 in.} or less (1) Remove the screw. (2) Insert the belt until it hits to the stop. 3 Unlocked (3) Bend the belt an

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CANCEL 1 2 3 4 5 4. Attach the unit to the mounting bracket. You need to make a hole of approx. ø 30 mm on the wall to pass the cables out of the rear side. (1) Attach the mounting bracket to the wall. Coaxial cable and Provide access for DC power cable * cables to be routed (from the control unit) through the wall. (2) Remove the (3) Remove the shipping lock. numeric keyboard. (4) Attach the unit to the mounting bracket. Secure the unit and bracket with the screw nut, using an 8 mm {0.03 i

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R1 DIMENSIONS OF THE MOUNTING BRACKET 398 180.5 174.5 26 4-φ10 22 6.5 22.5 45 49 180.5 186.5 M5 (Unit of length: mm) 14 90 47 8 63 124.2 89.4 173.7 99.3

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ADJUSTMENTS AND MAINTENANCE 3. When finished, connect the control cable to the numeric  Adjustment keyboard.  Adjusting the Buzzer Level Adjust the buzzer level, which informs you of recognition  Cleaning the Inside of the Camera Unit results, as follows. There are a mirror, proximity sensor, and two cameras 1. Open the cover of the numeric keyboard. inside the unit. The cameras will be used for capturing a face and irises. If dust is sticking to the cameras, it may 2. Insert a Phillips preci

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RECOGNITION PROCEDURES There is two ways of identification: 3. Status indicator q will light up. • Iris recognition • ID-and-password authorization The indicator lights up. Note: When “READY” is blinking, recognition will be q unavailable. Wait until the indicator is on, not blinking. ACCEPT REJECT READY  Iris Recognition The procedures are as follows. Note: Depending on the distance between you and the 1. Stand in front of the unit and turn your face to the center unit, status indicators will

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Notes: • The capturing range is as follows. Top View Side View 1 765 mm {69 in.} Upside limit of the eye position 90 mm {3-1/2 in.} (Right-side limit) 0 mm {0 in.} 1 490 mm {59 in.} 33° 72° (Center of the camera unit) Center of optical axis 90 mm {3-1/2 in.} (Left-side limit) (Recommended installation height) 1 380 mm {54 in.} Bottom of the 1 215 mm camera unit {48 in.} 300 mm {12 in.} 600 mm {24 in.} Downside limit of the eye position 44 mm {1-7/10 in.} 44 mm {1-7/10 in.} 0 mm {0 in.} 0

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ADDITIONAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS  Control Unit BM-ED500  Administration Software BM- ES500E Administration Software BM-ES500E This product is necessary for administering iris data, ID data and passwords. This product is necessary for iris data recognition/enroll- ment and controlling an electric lock. 18

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TROUBLESHOOTING Check to see the following before request for repair. If a trouble cannot be corrected even after checking and trying remedy, contact your dealer. Problem Check item Remedy System does not power up. The power of the control unit may be Confirm if the power of the control unit turned off. (The control unit supply the is turned on. (Refer to the control unit's power to the unit.) operating instructions.) Third party external power may be off. This unit may be disconnected from the

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The status indicator does not light up. The power of the control unit may be Confirm if the power of the control unit turned off. (The control unit supply the is turned on. (Refer to the control unit's power to the unit.) operating instructions.) Third party external power may be off. This unit may be disconnected from the Refer to the dealer or service person- control unit. nel. The buzzer does not sound. The buzzer level may be too low to be Adjust the buzzer level. (Refer to p.15.) heard. 20


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