Salt Lake City-based SwipeClock, a provider and manufacturer of web-based timekeeping products, has released the Schlage biometric HandPunch GT-400 timekeeping system.
The HandPunch GT-400 relies on handprints to track employee time. This system comes with a terminal that’s 20% smaller than previous hand geometry units. Its display is that of an ATM style, featuring a 3.8-inch display. The platen includes a hand outline to guide users to proper hand placement when clocking in and out. The device’s keypad and function keys also come infused with an antimicrobial agent to fight bacterial build-up.
The system’s terminal has a 10/100 Ethernet connectivity and can be configured to meet a variety of networking needs or online operations.