Inosmart

An intelegent door opening system

  • Managing via smartphone app (Android and Apple).
  • Great review and easy to add and delete fingerprints.
  • The reader has a capacity of 100 fingerprints, 100 numeric codes and 100 NFC devices.
  • 360-degree fingerprint reading.
  • Automatic fingerprint change detection.
  • Different fingerprints, numeric codes or NFC devices can be entered for one user.
  • Naming the administrator and user.
  • Controlling built-in LED door lighting.
  • Automatic logging into security log. Last 150 events saved.
  • Schedules for user restrictions and LED lighting.

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

SAVING FINGERPRINTS

For comfortable use and in case of injury, we recommend entering one finger from each hand, preferably the same finger.

To improve finger recognition, it is better to enter each finger multiple times than to enter different fingers. It also increases the probability of recognition in borderline operating conditions (very dry skin, wet finger, partially damaged finger).

Note that fingerprint in children develops somewhere up to 8 years of age, therefore it is possible that younger children do not have a sufficiently developed fingerprint for successful identification.

It is highly recommended that children, the elderly and people with partially injured fingers enter the same finger several times.

NEW FINGERPRINT ENTRY FAILED

Reader sensor must be dry and clean. Both moisture and dirt can interfere with or prevent successful identification.

Finger was pressed on the sensor too lightly or too hard. It should be pressed with normal force.

The finger was placed on the sensor at an excessive angle. Place it parallel with the sensor.

Not enough finger surface was pressed on the sensor. The sensor must obtain a large enough image to enter the fingerprint. Please try again.

Database is full. A new fingerprint can be entered only after you delete one of the existing fingerprints.

Skin on the finger is very dry. Make sure you moisturize your hands.

To troubleshoot fingerprinting children, the elderly, and people with injured fingers, see “Storing Fingerprints” section.

STORED FINGERPRESS WAS NOT RECOGNIZED

Reader sensor must be dry and clean. Both moisture and dirt can interfere or prevent successful identification.

Finger was pressed on the sensor too lightly or too hard. It should be pressed with normal force.

Place your finger on the sensor the same way you placed it while learning.

Not enough finger surface was pressed on the sensor. The sensor must obtain a large enough image to enter the fingerprint. Please try again.

Skin on your finger is very dry. Make sure you moisturize your hands.

To troubleshoot fingerprinting children, the elderly, and people with injured fingers, see “Storing Fingerprints” section.

FINGERPRINT IS IDENTIFIED, BOTH LIGHTS TURN GREEN, BUT THE LOCK DOES NOT WORK

The finger that you have just used is assigned to the second relay. If you wish to open the door with this finger, you can enable it with the use of the application. For the exact procedure, check user manual.

Error on reader or lock. Call an authorized service technician.

DOOR OPENING WITH A SMART PHONE (NFC) WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL

Check the location of the NFC sensor on your smartphone. Some phones do not have an NFC sensor or it is blocked by the phone’s operating system (iPhone SE, iPhone 6+ and older versions).

Check the location of the sensor on your reader. NFC technology has a very small range, only a few mm. The NFC sensor must be held closer to the reader NFC sensor.

If the the phone is not recognized by the reader, move the phone a few inches away from the reader and then move it closer again.

It is important to move the phone closer and further away from the reader on multiple attempts. If you touch the surface of the reader with your phone, the phone will probably not be recognized!

If your phone has a protective cover, it may be too thick or you may have another item stored between the protective cover and the phone. Remove it.

When surrounded by metal, some smartphones have a problem with NFC tags recognition. It is not guaranteed that your smartphone will successfully connect to the reader via NFC.

CONNECTING WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL

Open the door and hold the phone as close as possible to the control unit while connecting.

Make sure WIFI and location recognition on your phone are turned on.

Make sure WIFI on the control unit is turned on. There should be a blue light on the control unit.

Make sure you are connecting to the correct reader and you have the correct access password.

Restart the phone and reconnect.

PDF INSTRUCTIONS

Quick Reference

Inosmart – An intelegent door opening system.

USER MANUAL

Inosmart – An intelegent door opening system.

Wiring diagram

Wiring diagram for Inotherm inoSmart.