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When you see a Warning 80 or Warning 17 on a HandKey or a HandPunch, it may mean that the lithium battery is low.  The first step is to try a warm boot on the reader to see if that h...
Yes, the F-series SDK includes commands that will work with the E-series, but not all SDK commands are compatible with the E-series. The Programming Guide (which is included with the SDK) lists wha...
A biometric HandPunch will display "Time restriction" if you are trying to punch in or punch out outside of the times allowed for this.  An employee will see the message, "Time restrictio...
Prom Version Release Date Reader Type Model New Functions or Options Summary 265 2006 F-Series All Improvements to remove the occurrences of random resets on Ha...
On a biometric F-Series hand reader, if the "Time & Attendance" mode is activated:press your ID then #, choose from 1-IN  2-OUT  3-BACK  (press either 1 or 2 or 3); the reader wi...
The following technical note describes in detail the installation process for upgrading a biometric F-Series HandKey or a biometric F-Series HandPunch with a modem communications mod...
Yes, you can use a BACK Code list to control the type of punches that will be locked out until the timer has expired on any F-Series HandPunch that is break compliant.  By using 00 a...
The biometric F-series HandPunch 3000-XL, the HandPunch 3000-E-XL, and the HandPunch 4000 are all "Break Compliant" hand reader models.  Each of these hand readers utilizes an Extended Us...
The Schlage Smart and Multi-Technology Readers by Allegion have been approved by the U.S. Government under HSPD-12 for FIPS 201-1 compliance as PIV Transparent Readers.
The FMK reader on an AD Series lock is capable of reading PIV and PIV-I credentials, however, alone it no longer complies with the new FIPS 201-2 standard in which the lock with reader (AD-302 and ...