Time clocking station has digital outputs to control fire alarms and wall clocks
Car giant Honda is one of many companies to have been hit by the knock-on effect of the tsunami disaster in its native Japan. Honda has just resumed manufacturing at its Japanese plants, but added that production of component parts and vehicles would only be at 50% of the planned level. This includes the firm’s plant at Swindon. It said its flexible working policy would allow it to make up for the lost production later in the year using 'banked hours'.
A world class firm needs a world class clocking recording product. The Tensor T32xx Time and Security Station is simply the best at what it does, and incorporates Smart Card Time & Attendance recording, Access Control and labour hours analysis. It has digital outputs to control door locks, fire alarms, wall clocks, and so on; plus digital inputs for door monitoring, PIR's (passive infra-red detectors) and alarms. Other optional features include: mobile phone SIM card support, MiFare Smart Card technology, GPS automatic location and speaker output.