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The Intelligent Terminal I.T. 3100
Intelligence at the Source of Data Collection

The I.T. 3100 is the latest time recorder in the Intelligent Terminal
series. Employees, supervisors, and the entire organization stay
connected by collecting labor data right at the source—the
time clock. The I. T. 3100 provides ATM style function keys,
multiple reader options and can withstand the rigors of industrial
environments. Employees punch In and Out and perform other
advanced time and attendance actions using a badge, PIN, or their
finger template.

Function keys display labor information such as scheduled shifts,
worked hours and benefit information. Employees simply press
a function key to perform departmental transfers, enter callback
punches, and even enter tip information.

Supervisors can add punches and schedules, credit hours or
dollars, and pay lunches right at the time clock, addressing
everyday issues quickly and efficiently. Punch restrictions can
also be used to prevent employees from punching In and Out at
unauthorized times. This helps reduce labor costs by controlling
unauthorized overtime and enforcing your pay policies. In addition,
biometric finger templates identify employees and prevent buddy
punching—the costly situation where one employee punches for

Advanced Technology for Today’s Labor Management Needs

The I.T. 3100 is an Internet-compatible device that is easy to install. Simply plug into a power
outlet and Ethernet port. With minimal configuration, the I.T. 3100 communicates immediately
with hosted systems such as Attendance on Demand or locally installed systems like
Attendance Enterprise.

Industry-leading “HTTP Push” technology sends transactions to the time and attendance
system. There is no need to poll the time clock. The I.T. 3100 continues to collect employee
transactions even when the network is down, automatically forwarding transactions to the
time and attendance system when the connection is re-established.

I.T. 3100 Specifications

The I.T. 3100 is built using the Linux operating system. It is suitable for industrial and production
• Instant Operation: A true plug and play device.
• Flexible Design: Operates with either Attendance Enterprise from InfoTronics or the
hosted system Attendance on Demand.
• Reliable: Attractive, enclosed keyboard and case with no moving parts make it
maintenance free.

Technical Specifications

Capacity 1000 Employees 5,000 transactions, 3,000 schedules, and 7,000 workgroups limit.
Bell Support Optional module for using an external bell to signal breaks, lunches, and shift start and end times.
Screen Display High quality 100 x 160 pixel full graphic display
Keyboard Full numeric keyboard, eight function keys with durable, enclosed construction
Communications Web compatible HTTP Push through Ethernet connection, or standard IP connection

Collection methods
PIN entry
HID proximity badges
Bar code: Codabar 3 of 9, 2 of 7
Magnetic stripe: Track I ASCII or Track II BCD
Biometric: Identify Suprema finger reader sensor
Multiple finger templates

Function keys
Supervisor edits: Add punch/schedule
Credit hours/dollars
Pay Lunch
Employee Review: Last punch, hours, schedule, benefits
Employee Edits: Transfer workgroup
Add Callback punch
Enter tips

Power requirements
110V AC transfomer to 12V DC

Compliance Conforms to the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) specification

Download I.T.3100 spec sheet (188k pdf)

© Ohio Time Corp. 2004