ZKTeco VF380 Face Recognition Time & Attendance Device

£449.99 inc.VAT | £374.99 ex.VAT

Facial Recognition Access Control and Time & Attendance system. Ideal for factories, manufacturing and construction industries.

Support & Set Up Services

Facial Recognition & RFID System for Time & Attendance and Access Control

Offers fast and accurate identification and enrolment for your workforce

To clock in or out employees simply have to look into the facial square on the device and the VF380 will accurately verify the user in less than a second, without employees ever needing to touch the device – simply look and go. Take a look at the Idency User & Registration video under the Media Tab to see how it works.

The VF380 is ideal for workforces with up to 400 personnel and can hold up to 1,200 facial templates whilst being GDPR compliant. This is because the VF380 does not hold any biometric data that could be useable elsewhere. A random matrix of data is stored of a user’s face (rather than a full identifiable scan) which isn’t readable by any other type of device or software.

Facial recognition is ideal for manual working industries such as construction and manufacturing where employees may have dirty, dusty, wet or worn hands. This quality of hygienic, non-contact facial recognition also makes the VF380 ideal for opposing environments where sanitation and sterility is a must, such as hospitals and surgeries where the device can even be used as Access Control to restricted areas.

High speed RFID & Facial Recognition

PeopleHR VF380 Facial Recognition: ZKTeco VF380

The perfect solution for a variety of environments

VF380 Access Control Hospital


Network, administration and management

Device Administration: All setting operations on the device can be easily set on the 3.0 inch TFT touch screen by administrators.

The VF380 can be networked or work on a standalone basis with USB drive download option. The devices incorporated relay and connections also allow for the use of door locks, sensors, bells or exit buttons, converting this product in a complete Access Control and Time & Attendance solution.

The VF380 is compatible with access control and time & attendance on-premise and cloud based solutions. Take a look at the Software Options tab above and find a feature set that meets your requirement.


Please arrange a FREE online demo with us where we can demonstrate how it works live.

For more information on the ZKTeco VF380 and compatible software please contact us.

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Features

  • Elegant ergonomic design
  • Facial template capacity: 800
  • RFID Card capacity: 10000
  • Algorithm: Fave V7.0
  • Power supply: 12v DC 3A
  • Dimensions: 107 x 160 x 36mm
  • TCP/IP communication and USB Host
  • 3.0 inch TFT touch screen, T9 Input, 9 Digit User ID
  • Infra-red optical system enables user-identification in poorly lit environments
  • Optional Mifare card module
  • Professional facial identification algorithm
  • Includes relay for access control including time zones and groups
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C~45°C

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