HP 4000 Biometric Hand Reader
Time and Data Terminal with Hand Geometry Reader, for up to 530
employees, expandable to 3498 (8190) punch capacity, with 10
programmable functions, intergrated bar cod reader, battery backed
memory and calendar, impact resistance plastic case, accept/reject
audible tones, red/green light, RS 232 serial port, RS422 4 wire multi
- drop lan port, bell ringing, access control, profile lockoutt
schedule table support, and employee messaging. This model is designed
primarily for applications requiringmultiple locations with more than
500 employees per site where extensive data management and programming
flexibility are required.
Terminal Includes: 50ft communication cable, power transformer, wall
mount, and user guide.
Biometry is the new standard for time and attendance data
The Hand Punch terminal captures a three-dimensional image of the hand
each time the employee punches. The hand’s size and the shape are used
to verify their identity with unparalleled accuracy. No fingerprints or
palm prints are utilized. Green and red lights notify the employee of
the status of each punch. There’s no question any more; employees have
to be there to punch.
If your company's current workforce management solution allows employees
to clock in and out for one another, a Biometric Hand Reader solution
can help you recover losses.
Instead of utilizing badges or passwords, which can be lost or
forgotten, hand punch terminals verify an employee's identity based on
the unique size and shape of their hand.
This state-of-the-art data collection device involves an investment
similar to that required by traditional badge swipe devices. Yet, the
length of time required for you to recover your investment is
significantly reduced, because biometric devices eliminate
If you are implementing a workforce management system for the first
time, you can maximize your investment and avoid potential pitfalls by
starting with this technology.
Hand punch terminals do not store images of your employees' hands, nor
can they use any stored information to create images of employees'
hands. Instead, they use a sophisticated algorithm to generate and store
a numerical template.
Each time an employee scans his hand, a new number is generated and
compared to the one on file.
The clock in/out transaction will occur in less than a second, but only
if the generated number and stored template match closely.
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, acation 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
Other data management key features include:
•Review of employee information fields
•Validation tables to ensure proper data entry
•Access restriction to keys by employee
•User defined prompts
•Multi-level input sequences definable per key
•Decision menus to minimize keystrokes
Schedules by Employee
Employee schedules may be downloaded to the Hand Punch 4000 to restrict
the times that an
employee can punch. This can reduce unauthorized overtime as well as
early “in” punches.
A separate schedule can be defined for each employee providing the
ultimate in flexibility.
Built-in Bar Code Reader
Some installations require the use of a badge. For these situations, the
hand print 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
Communications and Networking
Whether your needs are to network two terminals or thousands, the
hand print 4000 can be configured to meet your needs. Standard RS-485
communications makes networking
terminals easy and reliable. Options include an Ethernet Communications
Module and a
28.8K internal modem for remote sites. Each unit also provides RS-232
serial printer support.
The system allows supervisors to override user restrictions and to input
such items as missed
punches, planned vacations, sick time, etc. The password-protected mode
supervisor flexibility by lessening the need for computer edits. Audit
trails are available to
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
The Hand Punch 4000 provides the capability to unlock and monitor a
door. An employee’s
individual schedule may be used to restrict access.
Keypad with 10 Programmable Function Keys Internal/External 3 of 9
RS232 - SerialRS485 - LAN14.4 kbps ModemOptional TCP/IP Ethernet
Memory: 530 Users
-Expandable to 3498
Display: 2 x 16
High-Strength, Injection-Molded Plastic
Our Price: $2275.00