|Created to meet the needs of the most demanding time and attendance applications, the Hand Punch 4000 supplements the benefits of the 1000, 2000 and 3000 series with extensive data management capabilities and programming flexibility.
• Provides the most accurate time and attendance solution available
• Fast and easy to use
• Complete flexibility through 10 data management keys
• Eliminates badges
• Eliminates buddy punching
• Reduces supervisor workload
The HandPunch 4000 brings the flexibility of a full function time and attendance terminal together with the sophistication of the most accurate identification technology available. Using field-proven hand geometry biometric technology, the HandPunch 4000 uses the size and shape of your employee`s hand to verify their identity each time they punch. No fingerprints or palm prints are utilized.
The system ensures payroll accuracy by simply requiring each employee to be there to punch. The terminal is fast and easy for anyone to use. An employee`s identity is verified in less than one second.
Ten user-definable data management keys let you collect and/or display data as employees punch. Common data collection uses include department transfers, tips collected, job codes, or pay codes. The keys can also be defined to allow employees to review punches or find out about their schedules, vacation time accumulated, hours worked, and other programmed information. 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 HandPunch 4000 includes an integrated bar code reader that can be used for ID number entry. The swipe-type reader supports the most popular bar code formats and allows for infrared badges.
Bell Schedules: 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.
Door Control: The HandPunch 4000 provides the capability to unlock and monitor a door. An employee`s individual schedule may be used to restrict access.