ZK Teco F18
|Product||Zk Teco F18 | Original Product|
|Intended use||Access Control | Time Attendance|
|Best Fit For||Office | Factory|
|Pros||Biometric Multimedia Reader for Time and Attendance|
|Product Update||Fingerprint Capacity 3000 Templates|
ZK Teco F18 is an innovative biometric fingerprint reader for access control applications. Offering unparalleled performance by using an advanced algorithm for reliability, precision, and excellent matching speed. The ZK Teco F18 features the fastest commercial-based fingerprint matching algorithm and ZK high-performance, high-image quality infrared detection fingerprint sensor. The device offers flexibility to be installed standalone or with any third-party access control panels .that support standard Wiegand signal. All the operations can be done on the TFT-LCD color screen. The fingerprint image will be displayed on it. That will guide a user to put a finger in the proper position and increase the recognition rate. TCP/IP and RS485 are available that the device can be used in different networks.
ZK Teco F18
|Fingerprint Capacity||3000 Templates|
|Card Capacity||5,000 (Optional)|
|Transaction Capacity||30,000 Transactions|
|Sensor||ZK Optical Sensor|
|Algorithm Version||ZK Finger VX9.0&10.0|
|Communication||RS232/485, TCP/IP, USB-host|
|Access Control Interface||3rd Party Electric Lock, Door Sensor, Exit Button, Alarm, Doorbell|
|Wiegand Signal||Input and Output|
|Display||TFT LCD Color Screen|
|Interface Styles||Common, Matrix, and Magic styles|
|Standard Function||Webserver, Anti-passback|
|Optional Function||ID Card, Mifare Card|
|Power Supply||12V DC,3A|
|Operating Temperature||0 °C- 45 °C|
ZK Teco F18 Function
TFT Color Screen
Audio-visual indication for acceptance and rejection of valid/invalid fingerprints. More simple and convenient operation.
Slim and Elegant Design
Sleek and slim design for narrow spaces.
Fast and Accurate Fingerprint Algorithm
1 touch a-second user recognition.Store 3,000 fingerprint templates, 30,000 cards and 100,000 transactions.
Easy Installation and Connectivity
Wiegand input & output. Network interface by TCP/IP or RS485
Full Access Control Features
Anti-passback. Webserver. Access control interface for 3rd party electric lock, door sensor, exit button, alarm and doorbell
Easy Operation and Management
Work without a computer. Buzzer, 4×4 keypads, and doorbell. Built-in serial and Ethernet ports. A built-in USB port allows for manual data transfer
ZK Teco F18 Configuration
ZK Teco F18 Package Include
Screws and Holders
ZK Teco F18 Video
|Access Control System and Application|
What is an access control system
Access control is the process whereby movement in and out of a building is controlled through specific doors, elevators, and even gates for specific people at specific times. This is needed when the areas are of high security where extra security is required beyond intrusion detection. Examples of this area are: Military installation, Oil and gas facilities, hospitals, prisons, airports, and so on even normal offices are also inclusive. Although this area may be frequent by many people, certain areas within this area will still be out of bound to an unauthorized person. Thus this is where the access control system plays an important part. The access control system should also come with the ability to run specialized reports which show who accessed these premises and when with date and time and even identification code (ID).
Kambar Secure Systems provides various options in access control which may be used as standalone or integrated into the building security system. We carry and designed a system from a single door to as many doors as you need to control access.
What is the equipment involved in the access control system
Access control systems usually involve the use of magnetic locks, swipe card readers, Proximity card reader systems, keypads even remote transmitters for entry and exit control and now the latest in this is the biometric access control system ranging for fingerprint. Veins, retina, and even facial recognition system.
How do I choose my access control system
To choose an access control system for your premises. First, you must assess what level of security you need. How many people are going to use this system? Do you need to keep a log or print a hard copy on who accesses the premises and so on? Once the above is established it will be easy for you to decide what system to use.
What is a Keypad reader?
A keypad reader is a reader that allows access to premises or facilities by simply punching in the correct PIN numbers, the system will release door-holding devices eg: An electro-Magnetic lock, door strike, and even an automatic gate and barrier to permit entry. If a wrong PIN code is an input into the system access will be denied.
What is a Card reader system
A card reader system is a reader that allows access by authorized card key either mag strip, Weigand, barcode, or proximity card. To use this system, simply swipe or present the valid card to this card reader and the system will release door holding devices eg: Electro-Magnetic lock, door strike, and even automatic gate. If an unauthorized card is used on the system access will be denied.
What is a Proximity card reader?
A proximity card reader is a system whereby access to the reader is by a contactless proximity card, simply present a valid card to this card reader and the system will release a door holding devices eg: Electro-Magnetic lock, door strike, and even automatic gate. If an unauthorized card is used on the system access will be denied.
What is a magnetic swipe card reader?
A magnetic swipe card reader is a reader whereby access to the reader is by a Magnetic swipe card key this key has a magnetic strip where all the access information is store. Simply swipe the card to this card reader and the system will release door holding devices eg: Electro-Magnetic lock, door strike, and even automatic gate.
How does E-M lock work
EM-lock (Electromagnetic Lock) uses electromagnetism to hold the lock mechanism or the magnet de-energized and release the lock plate.
How does a typical access control system work
A typical access control system usually consists of a card/pin reader, Electromagnetic lock, or door strike. The power supply system and a push-button. To use this system, the authorized card/pin user when approach the reader will just have to use the card key or pin number. Once the correct data is present to the reader system, through an interface the locking/door holding devices will be de-energized and the door can be pushed open. From the inside of the building to exit the building the person will just have to press a door lock release switch and the system will release the lock. A power back-up unit will be incorporated into most access control systems, this will act as standby power in the event there is a power outage. For certain safety requirements, broken glass is incorporated into the system for the emergency release of the door.
What happens if I am using an access control system on my premises and there is fire. Most building fire alarm systems will have a door release contact that must be interface into the Access control system controller (FSB code of practice). Once the fire alarm bell sounded, the door release contact will release the access control E-M lock by cutting off the power supply to the lock, thus release the door. However, if this fails a broken glass similar to the Fire Break Glass install on the wall near the entrance, once broken by the impact will also cut off the power supply and release the electric door.
Understanding and choosing the right accessories for your door access control system To understand when to use EM-lock and when to used dead-bolt, it’s relatively simple. If you need to swing your door both way electrical dead-bolt will be used, otherwise EM-lock will the most ideal lock to use. If your door swings inwards then you will require an additional LZ bracket to secure the armature plate outward swing door will not require this LZ bracket as the armature plate is secure to the door directly. U channel will be used for all frameless glass door to secure the armature plate to the glass door (Armature plate is the metal plate that the electromagnet hold on to).
Basic Time And Attendance Software with ZK Teco F18
ZK Teco F18 Attendance Record
This module is used to inquiry all employee attendance record which is downloads from the device, the computation of all attendance statistical bases on this record.
Click the “Attendance Record” sub-menu on the drop-down menu of “Search/Print“, the following window will popup: