RFID Time & Attendance

RFID Time & Attendance

RFID Time & Attendance

RFID Time & Attendance series is innovative versatile time clocks which combine a highly durable yet elegant casing with a variety of identification methods from bar code cards, magnetic stripe cards, RFID/proximity cards and/or fingerprints (shown).

Offering unparalleled performance on an embedded Linux platform with all the features a modern time and attendance reader should have including relay contacts for access control/external bell.

TCP/IP communication is standard and will ensure that data transmission between the terminal and PC is error free and with optional WiFi communication installation of the clock becomes easy.

The USB port can be used to transfer the data to and from the USB flash drive. US10C is an easy plug-in solution for existing time attendance software developers who have already integrated other ZK readers.

One of the most compelling reasons to implement a RFID Time & Attendance system is because it pays for itself over time. Studies indicate that most companies overpay total wages by 1-8% annually due to human error alone. Companies also overpay each of their employees by an average 10 minutes per day due to early departures and “buddy punching” (employees clocking in or out for one another). ┬áCompanies who use manual time sheet systems must also employ payroll staff to calculate work hours, which takes an average of 5 minutes per employee per pay period. ┬áThese factors can lead to gross overpayment of wages; please see the biometric savings calculator at left to estimate how much your organization may be overpaying.

By moving to a biometric RFID Time & Attendance system, your organization will greatly reduce its administrative burden while also eliminating human error and time card fraud. Biometric systems are easy to use, reliable, and can even export employee work hours to your existing payroll application. The investment is typically recovered in just a few months, and will save you money for years to come.

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