New Training Slides for TimeTec Cloud

Friday, November 22, 2013 FingerTec 0 Comments


Good news to current and potential TimeTec Cloud users - the new software training module has been released! Log in to training.fingertec.com and see the step-by-step slides on how to fully utilize the cloud computing solution for workforce management. Among the chapters covered include managing devices, attendance data, applying multi-level access and others. Click on the link below to get your hands on the training slides now!


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Pairing Q2i with R2c

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 FingerTec 13 Comments



Effective immediately, Q2i devices can now be paired with R2c readers. However, this is only possible for Q2i devices with a core board that is version FEM800. When purchasing a brand new Q2i 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 Q2i device at your place, please check the core board's version  (either FEM600 or FEM800) before pairing it with an R2c reader. You can check this info by using the FingerTec Device Info tool. Read more for the step-by-step guide to enable the Q2i-R2c pairing. 

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FingerTec Access Control with an Automatic Sliding door

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 FingerTec 2 Comments


The automatic sliding door can be opened by activating control methods such as motion detectors, push buttons, key switches and access control readers.

There are three types of input that can be used by the automatic sliding door controller/motor if you want to implement access control as the activating control method. Read more to see the three inputs. 

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Keylock 7700 – Interchangeable Lock Tongue

Friday, November 15, 2013 FingerTec 0 Comments


Applicable for Double Door Latch Only (7700D)


While designing FingerTec's  Keylock 7700we have taken into consideration not only the position of the lock (for left-handed or right-handed users) but also the installation of the door (either swing-in or swing-out method). FingerTec’s Keylock 7700 has an interchangeable Lock Tongue to enable users to install it according to the door’s specification. Users will be able to twist the lock tongue 180◦ by following the simple steps below. Read more to see the step-by-step guide:

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Ingress – Using Door Group to Manage Doors in Multiple Buildings/Floors

Friday, November 08, 2013 FingerTec 0 Comments


Management of multiple access control devices/controllers could be troublesome in big projects, especially across multiple buildings or floors. System administrators/security managers need to keep an eye on every device/controller by knowing their actual installation points. This is important for Ingress to provide a comprehensive UI to ease system administrators/security managers in handling this scenario. 

This can be done by using the Door Group feature in Ingress. Read more for the step-by-step guide. 

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