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Time Clock - Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies - Facility Management Product Release
HandPunch biometric time and attendance terminal has optional integrated heater to allow for more reliable data collection in extreme environments such as cold warehouses. The heater also ensures that condensation does not collect on the platen in humid environments. Hand reader takes 90 hand measurements and converts them into hand templates in less than a second to match users to their own templates. Heater uses a 24VDC power supply and is factory installed.
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