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Entry Types At Theterminal; Clock-In, Clock-Out Entries; Clock In Entry - Honeywell TRS-3300 Installation And Operating Instructions Manual

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Installation and Operating Instructions TRS 33xx

Entry types at theTerminal

In this chapter the operation possibilities and functions of the terminals are described. The following
display presentations are reduced to the essential contents. There is no switsch-over table defined in the
terminal and also no special option activated.

6.2.1 Clock-in, Clock-out entries

Clock-in and Clock-out entries indicate the beginning and the end of the working time. At the beginning
of the working time, a Clock-in entry must be carried out, and at the end, a Clock-out entry. Clock-in entry
a) Terminal is online
The terminal is situated in basic condition (see chapter 6.1.1) and awaits key activity. The employee
presses the key assigned with "Clock-in", the terminal expects the entry, presented by the symbol:
The employee books, the entry is processed in the time recording software. Depending on the duration
of the processing, an hour glass can briefly be displayed. If the terminal can receive the data within the
time defined in System-Setup (see chapter 5.1.2, step 12), the code number of the ID card and the
confirmation "Clock-in entered" will be displayed in the left upper corner. The center of the display shows
the information set as standard display type in the System-Setup (see chapter 5.1.2, step 14), in this
example "Balance":



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