ZKTeco S922 Portable & Robust Time and Attendance Terminal

£949.98 inc.VAT | £791.65 ex.VAT

ZKTeco portable 3G fingerprint Time & Attendance reader. Waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof. Designed for off-site time management.

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Portable & Robust Time Attendance Terminal

Waterproof, dustproof and shockproof device offering fingerprint & RFID recognition

The S922 is specifically designed for off-site time management, such as construction sites, logistic industries, large farms, and the mining industry. The device features a top handle with rubber coating which enables users to transport the device easily from site to site. The unique S922 terminal is waterproof, dust-proof, and shockproof featuring IP65 protection grade. The devices top handle with rubber coating enables users to carry the device from place to place easily without mobility damage.

The S922 is convenient and flexible with TCP/IP and USB-host are standard communication modes. It also has options for GPRS and 3G (WCDMA) connectivity, which makes data management of workforce time & attendance extremely convenient for the type of industry. The S922 can be used in multiple identification scenario’s that support fingerprint, RFID Proximity card or Mifare card.

The ZKTeco S922 Overview Video

Robust device suitable for any environment

s922 construction environment


Compatible software & add-ons

The ZKTeco S922 is compatible with Go2Clock cloud based time and attendance solution.  Take a look at the Software Options tab above to 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 S922 and compatible hardware please contact us.

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Features

  • GPRS and 3G (WCDMA)
  • Built-in 7600 mAh backup battery extends extra operation time
  • IP65 rated waterproof and dustproof protection grade
  • Shock proof (1m above the ground) due to its unique rubber coating
  • Multiple authentications: support fingerprint, RFID card (EM)
  • Fingerprint Capacity: 5, 000 (Standard). 10,000 (Optional)
  • Card Capacity: 30,000
  • 6 hours of operation time
  • Communication via TCP/IP, USB-host
  • Rubber coated protection
  • Convenient carry case design
  • ZK Optical Fingerprint Sensor
  • Algorithm Version: ZKFinger VX10.0
  • Standard Functions: ADMS, Work-code, DST, Scheduled-bell, Self-Service Query, Automatic Status Switch, T9 Input, Photo-ID, 9 Digit User ID, Short Message.
  • Optional Functions: Proximity card or Mifare card
  • IP65 Protection Grade
  • 3.5-inch TFT Display Screen
  • Power Supply: 12V 3A DC; Built-in Backup (7600 mAh Battery)
  • 0°C- 45°C Operating Temperature
  • Dimension: 225 *235*125(mm) H*W*D

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