Installation for H2i - R2c with the New AdapTec Plus

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 FingerTec 0 Comments


Effective immediately, H2i devices can now be paired with R2c readers. However, this is only possible through a customization request. When purchasing a brand new H2i terminal, remember to notify the sales person that the terminal is to be paired with R2c as the slave reader. 

If you are already using a H2i device at your place, simply send it over back to us for an update of the MCU board. This is because an update of the MCU board using PIC controller is necessary in order for the H2i device to support R2c. 

For your reference, below is an installation diagram for the H2i and R2c devices with the new AdapTec Plus. 



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How to Backup & Restore database in Ingress

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 FingerTec 3 Comments

Ingress is an integrated access control management application that is a complete solution for centralizing, managing, and monitoring door activity in FingerTec access control devices. The management of your database in Ingress is integral; follow the instructions below for a step-by-step guide on how to backup and restore your database in Ingress. 

To Backup

Step 1 - Click at System Settings


Step 2 - Click at Database Configuration


Step 3 - Click at the Browse button.


Step 4 - Browse to the folder where you want to save the backup database or you can click the Make New Folder button if you want to create a new folder. Press OK when you are done. 


Step 5 - Click at the Backup button. 


To Restore

Step 1 - Go to System Settings > Database Configuration > Browse.


Step 2 - Select the Ingress backup database that you wish to restore and click the Open button. 


Step 3 - Click the Restore button. 


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Manipulate/Edit Data in the Attendance Sheet for Job Costing Function

Monday, April 22, 2013 FingerTec 8 Comments

When using the Job Costing function in the TCMS V2 software, there are situations where you may wish to manipulate or edit data in your attendance sheet for report purposes. In the software, there are three options on how to manipulate or edit an employee's attendance data. The three methods are:
  1. To edit transaction data under Details.
  2. To remove transaction data under Details.
  3. To add transaction data under Details.

To edit transaction data under Details

Step 1 - In the Attendance Sheet window, click on the Edit button.


Step 2 - Click on the Details header and the Job Cost window will pop up.


Step 3 - In the window, click on the transaction that you wish to change. 


Step 4 - Input a new value. After pushing < Back, the changes will be reflected in the attendance records. 

To remove transaction data under Details

Step 1 - In the Attendance Sheet window, click on the Edit button.


Step 2 - Click on the Details header and the Job Cost window will pop up.

Step 3 - In the window, click on the 'pencil' icon. 


Step 4 - Another window will pop up.


Step 5 - Click on the Not Used checker next to the transaction(s) that you want to remove.


Result - After pushing < Back, the changes will be reflected in the attendance records. 


To add transaction under Details

Step 1 - In the Attendance Sheet window, click on the Edit button.


Step 2 - Click on the Details header and the Job Cost window will pop up.


Step 3 - In the window, click on the 'plus sign' icon. 


Step 4 - Input the transaction in the relevant boxes. After pushing < Back, the changes will be reflected in the attendance records. 


Initiated and Written by: Faiz-Shu

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POP-UP ERRORS BUGGING YOU? LEARN TO AVOID AND FIX THEM

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 FingerTec 55 Comments

No error messages will ever pop up like this

Bumping into errors when you are running a software is irritatingly irritating, particularly when those errors prevent you from moving forward, delaying your job and making you work extra hour(s) at the end of the day. How we wish we could have completely error-free software, but let’s face it; we are living in a world where there are many Bill Gates-type CEOs around – seems like errors do come packaged with every product.

For example, last week when I was having a good time watching a genuine decent DVD, an error message popped up asking me to refer to a website which apparently has no solution to the audio problem it created. My point is, who wants errors in their life? There’s no way to escape, even entertainment gadgets have them.

When operating TCMS V2, you need to pay attention to NOT do a few things that could cause error messages and ruin your mood for the entire day. Let’s walk through 5 common things that could cause errors in the TCMS V2 software.

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