- SL-83 – two channel controller for T&A and AC
- SL-84 – four channel controller for T&A and AC
- SL-87 – T&A terminal with ethernet connection
- SL-88 – T&A controller with two AUX channels
The devices can be connected via current loop (COM port or USB adapted) or via TCP/IP.
CommConsole is CommService‘s user interface and is used to set up the program and devices and monitor the system.
- communicates with all the devices in the system, even ones in other locations which are connected with WAN. receives clocking data and stores it in the database and log file
- writes the PC time into the devices’ clocks at the command of the administrator and/or at regular intervals
- reads a device’s status periodically and/or on command and shows information on the state of the comm link to the device, the device’s buffer and the time and date according to the device’s RTC
- starts the device-specific configuration module on command
- stores a photo from a camera associated to a reader at the time a clocking took place on that reader or terminal
- compatible with following OSs: WinXP SP3, Win7,8 and 10
- can be started as a Windows service (meaning it can start automatically whoever is logged on as a user), but can also be started as a program
- The left pane shows clocking/event data arriving from the attached devices
- Code column in the clocking pane means the activity (clocking code) i.e. IN, OUT etc.
- ID column in the clocking column means the ID of the attached device
- Attached devices are shown in tabs in the right top pane: red tabs are devices that haven’t sent data in a defined time and may have a communication or other problem
SL-83 – two channel T&A and access controller
SL-84 – four channel T&A and access controller
SL-87 – compact time & attendance terminal
SL-88 – T&A controller with two AUX ports
KatzeReports7 – T&A calculation and access control setup
KatzePanel – “at a glance” display of employee presence/absence
KatzeGuests – manage/record visitors