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Child Clocks

    Table of contents
    1. 1. General
    2. 2. Reader Configuration

    Clocks will automatically be added to this list when they’re connected and it should therefore not be necessary to add them manually.

     

     

    Use the red cross to remove a clock from the list.

    General

    To change the behaviour of a clock, click on the blue triangle.

     

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    • Clock Serial Number:  The serial number of the child clock.
    • Description:  You can change the description to easier identify the clocks.
    • Model:  The model of the clock.
    • Quiet Mode:  Disables the onboard buzzer when using the keypad or clocking.
    • Relay Duration:  The amount of time the clock will trigger the relays.  It is measured in 10 ms units i.e. 1 sec = 100 units.
    • Default Time Zone:  You can assign a default time zone to each reader.  Employees without a specific time zone for this clock will use this default.
    • Override Time Zone:  The Override Time Zone overrides any time zone settings that may have been assigned to individual employees in the “Employee Access Rights” menu.
    • Time Zone on In Only:  The time zone will be enabled on IN clockings only.
    • Default Access to NO ACCESS:  By default no one will be allowed to clock on the clock.  Employees will only be able to clock on if they’re allowed access in the “Employee Access Rights” menu.
    • Payroll Clock:  This clock is used to capture payroll clockings.
    • Clock is Locked:  There are times when the clock needs to be “off” with regard to people clocking. When the clock is locked employees cannot clock IN, and the clock will not trigger any of the doors or turnstiles to open. Employees can clock OUT, and the doors will work for people clocking OUT.
    • Force Full FP Reader Refresh:  Selecting this box will trigger the clock to refresh the fingerprint reader with all the biometric templates in the database.

    Reader Configuration

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    • Reader 1, 2, 3 and Finger Print 1 & 2:  The CS TimeClock supports 4 readers of which reader 1 is the integrated keypad, reader 2 is the integrated proximity reader and reader 3 is an external reader.  Finger Print 1 is the built-in fingerprint reader in the 3370 model and Finger Print 2 is for an external fingerprint reader (currently under development).  The settings which follow can be setup for each of these readers.
    • Description:  Enter a description for the reader.
    • Reader Type:  Select the type of reader from the drop down list.  Leave this on the default unless directed otherwise by your consultant. Options are:
      • None:  disables the reader if selected on the fingerprint tabs.
      • KeyProx:  select for keyprox child clocks.
      • KeyPad: select for a keypad reader.
      • Proximity: select for proximity readers.
      • Futronics Identify & Verify:  select if you want to use verification and or identification on the fingerprint reader.
      • Futronics Verify Only: select if you only want to use verification on the fingerprint reader.
      • Honeywell 3800G14E Scanner:  select if you are using the Honeywell barcode scanner.
    • TNA Direction:   Sets the TNA effect when employees clocks on the reader. Options are:
      • None:  Clockings will not be recorded as Payroll clockings i.e. the employee's TNA direction will not change.
      • In:  The TNA direction will always be set to In.
      • Out:  The TNA direction will always be set to Out.
      • Toggle:  The clock will automatically toggle between In and Out for an employee.
    • Access effect:  Sets the Access effect when employees clocks on the reader.  Options are:
      • None:  Clockings on this reader will have no access effect i.e. the employee’s current area will not change.
      • In (Into In):  Sets the employee’s area to the In Area.
      • Out (Into Out):  Sets the employee’s area to the Out Area.
      • Toggle:   Toggle the area when an employee clocks.
      • TNA:  Toggle the area to the TNA direction.
    • Area going In Restriction:  Configure anti-passback and pathing.
      • Must not be in TO Area (APB):  Enable anti-passback on this reader.  The goal of anti-passback is to prevent an employee passing his card to another person, who is outside, while the employee is inside, thus allowing another person to enter on the same card.
      • Must be in FROM Area (Pathing):  Enable pathing AND anti-passback on this reader.  With pathing an employee is required to be in the In area before they can clock to the Out area, or they must be in the Out area before they can go to the In area.
    • Payroll going In Restriction:  Restrict employees according to their TNA direction.
      • Must be In:  An employee must be clocked In to be able to clock on this reader.
      • Must be Out:  An employee must be clocked Out to be able to clock on this reader.
    • In Area:  Assign an Area name, defined in the Areas menu, into which an employee will move when they clock In on the reader.
    • Out Area: Assign an Area name, defined in the Areas menu, into which an employee will move when they clock Out on the reader.
    • TNA In Relay:  Select the options the clock should trigger on an TNA In clocking.
    • TNA Out Relay:  Select the options the clock should trigger on an TNA Out clocking.
    • Area In Relay:  Select the options the clock should trigger if an employee clocks into the In Area.
    • Area Out Relay:  Select the options the clock should trigger if an employee clocks into the Out Area.

     

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    Page last modified 12:18, 4 Aug 2011 by Admin CS TimeClock Documents > The Web Interface > The Hardware Menu > Child Clocks

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