Commonly asked questions on
Proximity Badge Packages:
Can an employee still clock in and out at the time clock if they lose their badge?
Simply assign your employee a unique ID code and they can use the keypad on the time clock to sign in and out.
What is the difference between a Proximity Badge and other badges such as magnetic strip or bar code?
Proximity badges do not wear out, cannot be duplicated, and use internal (not exposed) electronics to read the card.
Can I edit employee punches or enter information at the time clock?
You can make changes at the time clock and software. The time clock allows you to edit punch data, change departments, enter tips, record and access employee information. A fully illustrated user guide is included with your system to walk you through the process step-by-step.
Will I lose my data if my computer crashes?
All punch data is stored on the time clock (up to 3120 punches) until downloaded to a computer where it can be saved as an Excel, Word, plain text or PDF file. Files can also be saved onto a disk or CD for recovery or review at a later date.
Does the computer need to be on all the time for the time clock to work?
The time clock operates normally with the computer turned off and does not require an on-going connection to a computer. Please read our white paper on this subject.
Can I try the software before I buy it?
Just click HERE to down load it. The read me file will tell you everything you need to know to install it.
Is there a manual I can read?
Yes just click HERE to down loan a manual.
“I’m a real Geek. Do you have more information for me”?
We have added a page HERE for the more technical person (Geeks).
Are there any additional options or upgrades?
Just click HERE to see our options page
Can I add to or up date my system at any time?
Our systems are fully updateable and upgradeable at any time. It can certainly grow as your business grows
Can I buy additional badges?
Click HERE to see pricing and to order.
What is I need more the 50 feet of cable?
You can order up to 100 feet of cable
What if my clock location is farther then 100 feet away?
We have found that the best method to use it TCP/IP communications.
What is TCP/IP network communications?
This is a standard that allows you to simply plug your time clock into a network jack. It will the communicate to th PC over you network cables. Click HERE to see TCP/IP Packages.
Will TCP/IP clocks work over the Internet to a second plant we have?
It will work the same as it does in your local plant.
Is there a page that I can see all of the Icon Packages?
Just click HERE.
What are the Proximity Badge Employee Time Clock System Specifications?
Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor
System Minimum Requirements: Pentium II PC or Laptop; Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, XP Pro & NT
Dimensions: 5.5"H x 6.0"W x 2.0"D
Shipping Weight: 4.3 Pounds
Memory: 3120 Punches
Memory Reserve: 5 year Lithium Battery
Display: 2 lines; 16-character Backlit LCD
Serial Cable: RS232 4-PIN Serial Cable
Serial Port Adaptor: DB9 Pin Adaptor
Communications: RS232 Port (Ethernet & Modem options available)
Power Voltage: 120VAC, 60HZ
Environment: Operating Temperature: 0 - 70C (32-104F)
Can I buy the system right now?
All you need to do is click BUY IT and you will be taken to our secure shopping cart to process your order