HOW TO REGISTER USERS ON YOUR MORPHOWAVE BIOMETRIC READER
The initial registration of employee’s hands is very important. We would therefore recommend the following protocol while undertaking the initial registration so as to ensure maximum recognition when the system is in use.
Please note the following process once completed allows by default for an Employee to Clock In by either Biometric Presentation and Keypad Entry. The Keypad entry can be easily disabled via a simple function in the COMMS Sigma Software and should be done if an Employee is using Biometric verification only.
The registration process is very important in ensuring the best possible performance of your system. The following screen guides provide a good overview of best practice of the best presentation method to ensure optimal performance for both registration and ongoing use. It is important to read and understand this.
HAND PRESENTATION - BEST PRACTICE
Enter the ‘Administration Menu’ on the MorphoWave Reader by pressing the bottom-Left Button on the Main Screen (a lock with a key).
Then default password (unless user changed) is ‘12345’ followed by the √.
Next select the ‘User Management’ option (top-left icon). Next select ‘Add/Enroll User’ then ‘DB Only’. Then Enter the ID Number ('Enter User Identifier') you wish for an employee to use when Punching at the Terminal and press √.
Next under 'Enrollment Information' complete the following steps (minimum).
1. First Name (add)
2. Last Name (add)
- Right Hand (enroll)
- Left Hand (enroll)
Follow the on screen enrolment process when registering
(Please remember/refer the hand presentation guides in Step 1).
When completed finished with the User Management process press √ to save the employee information.
THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP
Once you have finished registering an individual we recommend that you allow the employee to practice/test a few times (about 5 times) Clocking with their registered Hands.
To do this under the ‘User Management’ option (top-left icon) select 'Authenticate User' and enter the ID Number of the person and press √ and scan the appropriate Hand.
Remember ‘Step 4’ is just an initial indication as to how well an individual appears to have registered their hands. The most IMPORTANT part of this procedure is testing, as this will give the most accurate feedback as to how well an individual has registered their hands.
Each unit has as standard the ability to use a PIN Number instead of/or in addition to a Finger. Use of a PIN number can be enabled either via an employees 'Enrollment Information' Screen on the Sigma or easily via Lauranka COMMS Sigma Software.