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Designed and manufactured in the UK, the HRX series of proximity clock card terminals offer a variety of options to meet your requirements.
The HRX OutPost terminal is a GPRS connected clocking terminal that has been specifically developed to operate with the Focus software. It includes a Mifare card reader (reads the UID) and a backlit screen to show the date and time. It also shows the current mobile phone signal strength, which is very useful when considering where to locate the terminal.
The design of the HRX OutPost terminal is simple and unobtrusive, utilising a blue LCD display and a tough ABS plastic case allowing it to fit into many different environments. There is even an option for a weather proof IP rated HRX OutPost terminal for mounting externally.
The OutPost terminal can be configured to work in one of two modes:
In the first method of operation, clocking data is collected from the OutPost terminal by the software on a scheduled basis. It is essential (in this mode of operation) that the terminal has a GPRS sim with a fixed public IP address. This mode would be suitable where the PC running the software is in a non-fixed location, e.g. a laptop where clocking data can be collected whenever the laptop has an internet connection.
In the second method of operation, clocking data is sent (or pushed) from the OutPost terminal to the software server, whenever a new clocking transaction is made. It is essential (in this mode of operation) that the Server has a fixed IP address provided by an ISP. It can be useful however to still use a GPRS sim with a fixed public IP address – so that the device can be pinged which is useful when fault finding and testing communications etc... This mode would be suitable where the PC/Server running the software is in a fixed location, e.g. a central company server.
It is possible to remotely perform a firmware upgrade on the OutPost terminal. This is triggered by sending an SMS to the device.
There are a number of further features available with the OutPost terminal. These features include:
Input power can range between 6V – 30V DC. There are both barrel and screw terminal connectors for connecting the power. A 9V or 12V DC inline power supply would normally be provided with the Outpost. The power supply has screw holes to enable it to be fixed to a wall if necessary and is fitted with a standard UK 3 pin plug which can be removed for connection to a fused spur if required.
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