Time Pilot Tap
The durable, battery-powered Tap+ is small enough and light enough to slip into a pocket or fit in a toolbox. It's also perfectly comfortable as a desktop timeclock.
Tap Desktop Unit
Software on CD
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Quick Start Guide
When TimePilot Vetro isn't in use, all you see on the sleek black touchscreen is the time and date.
Touch the face of the clock or an iButton to one of the probes, and immediately the backlit blue keypad lights up.
If you're using iButtons, you're instantly clocked in or out; if you're using a four-digit ID number to clock in or out, just enter the number and touch the "IN" or OUT" button.
The clock, about the size of a paperback book, has no moving parts. We designed it from the ground up, and it was assembled right here in Batavia, Illinois.
The Vetro clocks can operate in two modes: "standalone" or "networked." Here's how the system works:
1. Employees clock in and out at the Vetro clock. The clock holds data in memory (it can hold as many as 12,000 clock-ins and clock-outs!). By the way, power outages don't affect the system's memory.
2. When it's time to do payroll, a supervisor plugs the TimePilot USB drive into the port on the side of the clock, enters a password on the keypad and loads the data onto the USB drive.
3. The supervisor plugs the USB drive into a computer running the TimePilot Central software. The software detects the drive and automatically downloads the data into the TimePilot database. Using the password-protected TimePilot Central software, the supervisor can see when employees clocked in and out and their regular-time, overtime and special-time hours. The supervisor can make corrections, generate reports and export the data to their payroll software or service.
1. Employees clock in and out at the Vetro clock, which is cabled to your company's local area network.
2. The employees' clock-ins and clock-outs are transmitted instantly to the TimePilot database. Using the password-protected TimePilot Central software, the supervisor can see when employees clocked in and out and their regular-time, overtime and special-time hours. The supervisor can make corrections, generate reports and export the data to their payroll software or service.
3. If your network goes down, employees can continue to clock in and out; the data will be saved in the clock's memory and when the network comes back up, the data will be transmitted to the server. Or, in the meantime, you can load the data onto the TimePilot USB drive and download it to the software, just as you would in Standalone Mode, described above.
Time Pilot Extreme
The rugged TimePilot Extreme is designed for outdoor use, although it can be used inside, too. It commonly would be used at construction sites, where the weatherproof clock can be exposed to the elements. The clock is locked down to prevent theft, but can be moved easily to another site when necessary.
Here's how it works:
1. The clock is mounted and locked using the steel mounting plate and padlock.
2. Each employee is issued an iButton and uses it to clock in and out. The clock's memory holds all clock-in and clock-out data.
3. When the supervisor wants to collect the data, he unlocks the padlock, inserts the included USB drive into the bottom of the clock and taps a special Management iButton to one of the iButton probes. The clock then recognizes the supervisor and downloads its data to the drive. The data is protected from unauthorized access, because the clock won't download data unless you tap the Management iButton to it. The supervisor repeats this process with any other Extreme timeclocks he owns.
4. The supervisor then plugs the USB drive into the computer running the TimePilot Extreme software. The software will import the data into the TimePilot database or e-mail it to another location for payroll processing.