Computerized Time Recorders
The MJR-8000 is a fully programmable computerized time recorder that automatically calculates employee hours through consistent application of payroll policies. It has features that include: automatic break deduction, lockout capability, rounding of in and out times, built in battery backup for 72 hours during power failure, and much more. Optional features include: Full power reserve, and signal capability.
Amano MJR 7000
Discover fast accurate payroll preparation with the MJR Series computerized time recorder. The MJR-7000 automatically calculates hours worked and separates regular and overtime hours, taking the “guess work” out of payroll processing. It has features that include: automatic break deduction, lockout capability, rounding of in and out times, two sided printing for weekly pay period, built in batery backup for 72 hours during power failure, and much more. Optional features include: Full power reserve, and signal capability.
The 7500E automatically calculates worked time between punches and accumulates totals on the card for up to 100 active employees or jobs. It also receives its time signal from the WWVB atomic clock in Fort Collins, Colorado. It works for pay periods or set to job mode for accurate costing information. The 7500E calculates actual or rounded time, and supports an automatic break deduction from daily totals. Automatic print alignment, and auto-sensing of front and back of card eliminates operator mistakes and reduces time required to punch in & out. The internal lithium battery maintains the time, card totals, and program settings for up to 3 years without power. Optional rechargeable battery keeps unit fully operational for up to 24 hours in case of a power failure.
500 employee capacity machine Easy to read Bright Green Digital Clock Face Features:
- Punch restriction schedule
- Weekly, bi-weekly pay periods
- Automatic lunch deductions
- Equipment option: Need bells? Connect them to this clock
- Pay to the minute, tenth, or 1/4 hour
- Turn on, set-up In-Punch rounding zones (call us, discuss it)