2 Jul 2020

HP Personnel Management Kiosk

HP's Personnel Management Solution features check-in and temperature verification capabilities. The solution can also be programmed for facial identification, with users easily added in a few short clicks. Designed to help protect the health and safety of both employees and guests by preventing anyone with a temperature from entering a facility, alarms can be added to sound when those above the temperature threshold and those without access attempt to enter.

Building Access FAQs:

Can it connect to my building security?

It depends. The Personnel Management Solution supports MiFare a lesser used access card type in North America. At the bottom of the unit it has what’s called a wiegand pigtail connector what will connect to many security systems and door access systems. HID Prox (most common) is not supported.


Can it open a door?

Yes. There is a “Dry Contact Relay” which closes a circuIt which can trigger a door or a gate, this is separate from the building security (wiegand pigtail) referenced above.


How does the card and face work together?

The system supports MiFare cards and can be combined with face recognition and temperature verification.


Who is allowed through?

There are two modes—stranger mode where anyone with normal temperature can pass, and a recognition mode where it will only allow recognized employees to pass through. Stranger mode can also recognize employees but anyone can pass provided they don’t have a fever.


Is it HID Prox compatible?

Support for HID Prox will be available in future releases. 


Does the system support Proxypoint Plus? (HID card readers)

The device comes with an optional integrated contactless reader with specific media support. The similarities between Proxypoint and the integrated readers are: MiFare Supported: MifareS50,MifareS70,FM11RF08 series card, and the physical card number of protocol compliant ISO/IEC14443A. Differences are that the ProxyPoint Plus has that the optional contactless reader option doesn’t support clock interface, ProxCard/ISOPrx/DuoProx/MicroProx/ProcCard Plus. Additionally media is limited to under 64 bits.


If someone scans red will it lock down all card access to the building?

Not at this time, it will just will deny access to the door.