SnapXT PoE

SnapXT PoE

Enabling SNAPXT Device with PoE(Power Over Ethernet)


As shown in the image, the SnapXT device is powered by PoE switch using PoE splitter C.

Connect the splitter to  LAN connection and Power Supply.

PoE splitter supplying LAN connection and power.
PoE splitter is connected to Switch through LAN and SnapXT is connected to PoE through LAN as well as power supply.

Network Considerations

Network Considerations

Certify SNAP Devices require access to the internet for full functionality.

Purpose of the Internet connection:

  1. Communicate with platform to records user temperature, settings, validate data, sync data.
  2. Receive application updates from the CERTIFY mdm partner EZMDM

Required whitelisting:

Port: 443


Google Playstore – this is a dependency for MDM to operate
Port: 5228, 5229, and 5230


Optional to receive crash logs:
https:// *

Mask Compliance Report

Mask Compliance Report

Mask Compliance report under Reporting tab displays the records with number of people with mask,without mask and mask detection failed.

Attributes -Name,DeviceName, SerialNumber,Mask status,Recorded time
Reports displayed based on the status and also date/time.
Status- All status,Mask Detected,Mask Not detected.
Export- Display the records in downloaded excel format file..

Proximity Tracing App

Proximity Tracing App

Proximity Tracing App report under reporting shows the data of the “” app.

  • Search Name: You can enter the members name who has logged into the device by editing the date and time. Click “SEARCH” tab.
  • After clicking the search tab, other members who have logged into the device within the given radius will be seen. The following fields will be displayed:
    – Member
    This displays the members who come in proximity within the same given radius.
    – Last Interaction Time
    This displays the recent interaction time
    – Proximity Duration (in minutes)
    This displays the total time duration the members are near each other.
    – Interaction Count
    This displays the number of times the members have come in proximity.
    – Last Distance (Ft)
    This display the distance between the members.
    – Source
    It displays the source type, APP or Beacon
    – Pathway
    This displays the pathway in which the data is coming from.

Device Utilization Report

Device Utilization Report

Click on Device Utilization Report under Reporting Tab.

Device Utilization Page appears as shown in the image.
Device Name: It indicates the device name that is been registered.
Serial Number: It indicates the unique serial number of the device registered.
Number of Temperature Reads: It indicates the temperature scans of each individual who checked-in.
Number of Face Recognized: It indicates the number of faces recognized during the temperature scan.
Number of QR Scan: It indicates the number of QR scans recorded.
Number of RFID Scans: It indicates the number of RFID scans recorded.
The blue button icon towards the right indicates the data being recorded according to the date. There are following fields respectively:
Today: This displays the data being recorded on the current date.
Yesterday: This displays the data being recorded the previous day.
Last 7 Days: This gives last 7 days data.
Last 30 Days: This displays last 30 days data.
This Month: This displays the current months data.
Last Month: This displays the previous month’s data.
Custom Range: This displays the calendar as shown in the images below, where you can customize the date. month and year accordingly and click “Apply”. If date/month/year chosen can be discarded by clicking on “Cancel”
Export: You can export the report content in a form of excel by clicking the “EXPORT” button present in the bottom left as highlighted.

Member Activity Report

Member Activity Report

Click on Member Activity Report under Reporting Tab.

Member Activity Report page appears as shown in the image.
Temperature: Recorded temperature of the member will be shown in this section.
Recorder Time: The time at the which the temperature scan happened will be recorded in this section.
Device Name: The device name in which the temperature scan happened will be displayed here.
Serial Number: Each device has a unique serial number which will be displayed in this section.
Name: The name of the member will be displayed in this section.
Email: Email-id information of the member will be displayed in this section.
Mobile: Mobile number of the member will be displayed in this section.
Questionnaire: Icon for Questionnaire page.
Member ID:
Access ID:
Unique ID:
Last Updated: Last updated time.
Result: Pass/Fail.


Questionnaire: Under this field, user can see the questionnaire icon which displays the COVID 19 Questionnaire report answered by the member.
Last Updated: It indicates the time at which the status was last updated.
Result: It indicates the Pass or Fail Result based on the answers given by Questionnaire.
Export- You can export the report content in a form of excel.

proximity Tracing Settings

proximity Tracing Settings

Click on “Proximity Tracing Settings”

Proximity Tracing page appears with all following details:
Enable App based proximity tracing: Select this option if you want to enable the app based tracing.
Enable Beacon based proximity tracing: Select this option if you want to enable the beacon based proximity tracing.
Note: You can select both the options.

Registration code: User can enter the registration code here which will be required for members to register themselves on Proximity Tracing App.
Proximity Interval: Set the proximity interval here in seconds.
Area: Set the area in miles in this section. The app will cover the data only within the miles mentioned here.
Geo Fence: Update the address in this section and click “Add Address” button. User can add multiple address.
List of Locations: After updating the address it will show up in this section as shown in the figure.

After updating all the details click on “Save” button in the bottom-right corner.

User Role

The User Roles page will display all the user roles created for that institution. The user can add a new role using the add button present at the top right corner. The user can edit the role by clicking on the action button available next to the role status.

To add a new role, click the ‘Add’ button and fill out the mandatory fields, those are Role Name and Status.

Role Name- Name to be assigned to a role.

Status- Status can be Active or Inactive.

The required permissions can be assigned to the role from the permission section.


Members- Admin can choose/select the required ‘Members’ permissions to be assigned to a Role. It can be

  • View Members
  • Add/Edit/Delete Member
  • Import Members
  • Export Members

According to assigned permissions only user can perform the task.

For eg. If import permissions are not assigned to a role, he/she will not be able to import he members.

Similarly under Devices, there are permissions for;

  • View Devices- User can only view the added devices.
  • Add/Edit Devices- User can add a new device or can edit the device details.
  • Import Devices- User can import devices.
  • Export Devices- User can export the devices.
  • Device Commands- User have access to device commands.

Reporting: Under reporting there are below permissions:

  • Reporting: If selected, Reporting will be displayed under left menu. If user unchecks this, the whole reporting menu will not be displayed to that specific role.
  • All Temperature
  • High Temperature
  • Registration Report
  • Check-in Report
  • Member Activity Report
  • Device Utilization Report
  • Device Action Report
  • Contact Tracing Report

If any of the above is selected, user will have access to those in Reporting menu.

Users: From this section, admin can assign the permissions for View users or Add/Edit/Delete User.

  • View Users: User will have rights to view the all users.
  • Add/Edit/Delete User: User can add a new user, edit an existing user or delete a user.

Settings: The attached figure shows the permissions for settings which are further categorized in below.

  • Settings- If selected then only user will have access to settings menu.
  • Device settings
  • Touchless Registration Settings
  • Auto Scheduler Settings
  • Notifications
  • Manage Facility
  • Manage Location
  • Contact Tracing Settings

Based on the above selection user role will have access to view/add/edit/delete permissions under each category.

Configuration: All the permissions related to configurations fall under here.

  • Configuration- If selected then only user role will be able to see the configuration in left menu.
  • API Management
  • Member Type
  • Form Options
  • Account
  • Webhook
  • AD Sync

If any of above is selected from here then only user will have access or visibility of those configuration in portal.


Webhooks are user-defined HTTP callbacks. They are triggered by some event in a web application and can facilitate integrating different applications or third-party APIs, like Twilio.

Webhook generates HMAC key and creates HMAC signature,These signatures are a way to sign a payload using a secret that only the event and listening servers know.

HMAC keys works based on the status Active/Inactive.

Webhook report-

Generates a Webhook details related to Data Posted..



When the ‘Account’ tab is clicked, the following page appears where the account details are visible.

‘User’ and ‘Admin’ can see their individual account details in this page. To ‘Super Admin’, the recently added account details will be visible in this page.

The existing details of user account can be modified in this page by filling or modifying the mandatory fields as mentioned below.