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√ Elimitate manual calculations and errors

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The identification methods are varied: barcode card, proximity card, biometrics, PIN, etc.  

 

LBC/IP

Punch methods

Advantages

Disadvantages

LBC puch-clock
  • Built-in keyboard
  • Barcode reader or proximity card reader
  • Option for biometric (fingerprint) reader
  • External barcode scanner (gun + cable)
  • Low-cost, robust and reliable
  • Proven in difficult environments
  • Allows multiple ways of punching, including project +activity.
  • LCD display : 2 lines, 40 characters each
  • Small display
  • Must have a reliable network connection
  • No touch-screen; few options for employee self-service

The LBC-IP is a simple, robust and reliable punchclock, great for industrial applications.

Options: barcode reader, proximity card reader barcode reader MS-330

 

TermiCom XPe

 

Punch methods

 

Advantages

 

Disadvantages

  • Touchscreen for NIP entry and employee self-service
  • Supports all accessories: card readers, external scanners, external keypads, biometric devices etc.
  • Can be operated online or offline (with automatic timed synchronisation)
  • Low-impact wall-mounted solution.
  • Can work in a wireless environment
  • High screen resolution (1024 x 768 pixels) provides a rich interface that includes an Attendance Board
  • Higher cost
The TermiCom XPe is a standalone, wall-mounted computer that can handle a wide variety of accessories. The large screen allows for employee self-service features. It’s ideal for situations where network services are unreliable.

Options: prox card reader

 

Standard unit

 

Punch methods

 

Advantages

 

Disadvantages

  • Supports all accessories: card readers, external scanners, external keypads, biometric devices etc.
  • A touch screen can be easily added
  • Inexpensive solution
  • Can work with a touch-screen monitor or a regular monitor
  • Easy to replace or repair if there is a breakdown
  • Cumbersome installation: a flat-screen monitor can be wall-mounted but the computer case must be installed nearby.
  • May require the purchase of specific furniture or the creation of a special case
Low-cost solution. There needs to be enough room to install the PC (for example, in a cabinet.)  

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