Introducing: David-Link Biometric Time Clocks & Recorders
We are proud to announce the addition of 10 new David-Link time clocks to our site. This includes traditional “punch style” time clocks and some really innovative biometric time clocks. I have personally used a few of these time clocks and have to say that I am very impressed.
The time clock I tested was the Biometric David-Link W-1288PB. I have used biometric time clocks in the past, in particular the Pyramid Technologies (PTI) Time Trax Bio. While the Time Trax Bio is a nice time clock, the W-1288PB was almost too easy to use. With most finger recognition biometric time clocks, you have to slide your finger. With the W-1288PB, all you have to do is touch the scanner. I have yet to experience any misreads. David-Link says this time recorder will store up to 3,000 signatures.
The W-1288PB also has the ability to allow the operator to use a proximity card or log in using a password on the number pad. The W-1288PB can be used as a stand-alone model, logging up to 50,000 data entries, that can then be downloaded onto an included USB drive. You also have the option to connect the time clock to a network or directly to a computer. The clock includes its own time management software. You can check out the new David-Link W-1288PB biometric time clock here.
You will find our entire selection of 10 new David-Link time clocks and recorders here.
- David-Link W-1288PB Biometric Time Clock Review
- David-Link DL-958 Biometric Time Clock Review
- Overview of the David-Link W-988P Biometric / Proximity Time Clock
- Remotely Access Your Time Clock with the David-link W-1288PB
- David-Link W-988 Biometric Time & Attendance System Review