Biometric Access Control
Biometric identification is the automatic assessment of a unique body feature or personal action. Biometric systems are superior because they provide a nontransferable means of identifying people not just cards or badges.
Finger Print Geometry Reader
The Odyssey from Peninsula Time Clock Inc. is the intelligent and safe way to collect employee work hours, without breaking the bank & Door Access Control. The system collects data in "Real Time," providing error free reports and graphs. Traditional timesheets and timecard calculations are unnecessary, because Odyssey totals regular, overtime, holiday, vacation and sick time, saving time and money.
This finger print geometry reader is the future. Eliminate the headache of badges and add the security of biometrics with our Odyssey. Employees simply enter an ID number then place their finger on the reader, once verified the system handles the rest.
This reader virtually eliminates "Buddy Punching" and "Employee Time Theft" Never worry about your employees losing there ID Cards again!
Peninsula Time Clock Inc. goes one step further from our competitors with the InfiniTime Odyssey. This finger reader allows your employees to switch departments, enter tips, or even view their total daily or pay period hours eliminating employee inquires. The Odyssey also allows supervisors to insert punches, make changes all at the reader.
Height – 6.75 inches
Width – 9.75 inches
· Depth – 3.5 inches
1. A 32 character LCD with back light display is located in the upper part of the front panel. Two arrow keys are located to the right of the display panel for line up and line down maneuvering.
2. Six function keys are located on the left, below the display, and are marked and follow: Transfer, Emp, Who’s In/Out, Hrs, Sup, Access/Punch.
3. A numerical keyboard of fourteen keys, including Return, Escape, and Clear are located in the lower center of the front panel.
4. The Alarm light is located to the left of the display. The alarm light is a LED that lights when at least 85% of the memory is used; it blinks when the memory is full or when the terminal has not been programmed.
5. Button provides for a 15 seconds manual operation.
6. On the right side of the Odyssey terminal is the fingerprint pad.
7. Just bellow the fingerprint pad is the internal badge reader.
Bottom Connector panel
8. Power supply
9. External secondary reader
10. I2C – I/O Extension
11. Net – IP connector or modem connector
12. Serial I – serial port connection for printer
13. Host – RS232/RS485
Access Control - Low Bandwidth High Bandwidth
Biometrics - Low Bandwidth High Bandwidth
How it Works - Low Bandwidth High Bandwidth
For DSL & Cable modems click Highband / 56k or less modems click Lowband
Networking flexibility is maximized because multiple hand readers may still be daisy chained via 4-wire RS-485 to a terminal using the Ethernet module. This allows for a remote location with up to 32 terminals to communicate with the host via a single Ethernet connection.
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