Developed to enhance most time and attendance systems, the Hand Punch 3000 offers optional Ethernet connectivity and multiple memory upgrades to grow with your company's needs. In addition to providing all the features of the Hand Punch 2000, it also includes:
Smarter than card-based terminals
There are no cards to create, administer, carry -- or lose. The Hand Punch verifies employees' identities in less than one second, based on the unique size and shape of their hands. Hand Punch clearly notifies each user of a match using red and green indicator lights. Because no one can punch in or out for your employees, the system reduces time theft and improves payroll accuracy.
Versatile and Programmable
Beyond a simple time clock, the Hand Punch 3000 provides definable function keys that allow data collection when employees punch. The systems transmit data to the time and attendance host PC through a variety of options.
Programmable Function Keys
The Hand Punch 3000 has two user-definable function keys that let you collect data as employees punch. Common uses include department transfers, tips collected, job codes, or pay codes. Multi-level data entry sequences may be defined. You can also set the function keys to allow employees to review their past punches. To reduce keystrokes, the keys can also be set to automatically enter data such as a frequently used department number or in/out status.
The Hand Punch 3000, designed for larger networked installations, allows multiple units to be connected at a site via RS-485 wiring, an optional Ethernet module, or dial-up modem.
The Hand Punch 3000 allows supervisors to override user restrictions and to input such items as missed punches, planned vacations, sick time, etc. The password-protected mode provides greater supervisor flexibility by lessening the need for computer edits. Audit trails documenting the use of these functions are generated to ensure security.
The bell schedule lets you program the day, time, and duration of a series of bells. The bells can be programmed to signal the beginning or end of a shift, lunch, or break.