Biometric Fingerprint Time & Attendance Recorder T-23 Only R4150 Ex VAT

By: Time & Attendance Solutions  02-17-2011
Keywords: Biometric, Time and Attendance, Fingerprint Readers

ELIMINATE ‘BUDDY CLOCKING’ The T-23 is a stable, high quality, stand-alone biometric fingerprint system. The T-23 system is an easy, accurate and cost effective way of recording time & attendance. This biometric system offers your company the security of Fingerprint Recognition, which means no more “buddy clocking” thereby saving you money. The T-23 time & attendance software installation on your PC is simple to configure and operate. Reports that the provided time & attendance software generates can be exported to Excel for further manipulation (if necessary) and easy payroll calculation. The T-23 Package is simple to install and most of our customers choose “DIY” installation. The terminal comes with a 12 month factory warranty and we are happy to offer all our customers free telephonic support for 45 days from date of delivery. TERMINAL FEATURES: • Storage of 3000 fingerprint templates for 1000 staff with 3 fingers each. • Fingerprint images are converted to an algorithm for storage and high speed retrieval. • Memory storage of 80 000 transactions. (Battery protected) • False Acceptance Rate (FAR): <0.0001, False Rejection Rate (FRR) : <0.01. • Response time: under 0.7 seconds. • Under 1 minute to enroll new staff on the terminal. • Clocking produces an audible and visual response from the T-23 terminal. • Clearly marked IN / OUT buttons (Green / Red) • Staff can ‘clock’ using either a fingerprint, password (PIN) or card (optional). • Sensitivity levels can be individually adjusted for degraded fingerprints. • Communication: USB Flash Drive, RS-232, RS-485 or TCP/IP (network). • Internal battery back-up to operate during power failure. • Can be used for Simple Access Control & to operate a Siren/Bell.

Keywords: Biometric, Finger Print, Fingerprint Readers, Time and Attendance, Time Clocks, Time Recorder

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