Biometric Hand Recognition Features


Programmable functions:

Each function key can be programmed to collect up to four levels of data, plus the initial employee I.D. and time stamp.  For example, an employee could press function key 2 and be prompted to input a work order number, part number, and  then prompted to input a quantity.

Supervisor editing:

The terminal has a supervisor mode, in which any transaction can be entered for the employee at the time it should have taken place.  The supervisor mode also allows you to recall and delete previous employee transactions by date, time and  employee number.

Durable construction:

The Hand Biometric Reader is constructed of injection-molded plastic, which is pound for pound stronger than steel, yet lightweight and attractive.  The terminals have a silicon rubber keypad, which creates a seal against the outside  elements, including those found in a spilt cup of coffee. The terminal comes with an integrated wall-mounting bracket.

16 Character LCD backlight display:

The terminal comes with an advanced 2×16 backlight liquid crystal display, making it  readable under almost any lighting condition.

Battery backed memory:

The Hand Biometric Reader has an internal Lithium battery keeping your data safe even if the power is out for weeks.  The terminal’s internal Lithium battery not only holds the memory, but also keeps the time and calendar accurate. With the addition of the optional internal battery backup, all functions are 100% operational if power is removed.  Once power resumes, the battery automatically recharges.

Lockout Scheduling:

Eliminate unauthorized overtime by scheduling when employees can use the terminal.  With this feature you can; lock out tardiness, lock out early birds, force late arrivals and early departures to notify the supervisor in order to punch, control punching by time of day and control punching by day of week.  Supervisors may be allowed to override a lockout.  When used with  access control you may set up time schedules for employee access.

Employee Messaging: After the employee enters their ID number, the terminal can display a 16-character message to that employee. Messages such as the employees name, hours worked, or location to report to may be downloaded to the terminal.  Messages are specific to each employee, so messages such as “HAPPY BIRTHDAY” can give your data collection terminal that human touch.