Anviz OC180 RFID Card/Tag Clocking In Machine

£129.99 inc.VAT | £108.33 ex.VAT

This product is now EOL and has been replaced by the Anviz W1C Pro – click here.

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Contactless RFID Clocking In Terminal

Offering RFID Clock In with RFID Cards and/or RFID Key Tags

The Anviz OC180 integrates High Definition TFT LCD and ARM system platform to enhance performance. The OC180 features a user friendly graphical interface with multiple language support. The unit contains an in-built 125KHz RFID reader. In addition, with the unique Fn button, users can manage custom-defined work code or time attendance status with ease.

The Anviz OC180 Network Diagram

OC180 Diagram

Anviz CrossChex Software Dashboard

Anviz CrossChex Software

Compatible software

The Anviz OC180 is compatible with Anviz Aim CrossChex software or ClockReports software. Take a look at the Software Tab above and see what options are available for this unit and find a feature set that meets your requirement.


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For more information on the Anviz OC180 and compatible software please contact us.

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Features

  • Log capacity: 50000
  • RFID, 20,000 Cards, 200,000 Records
  • Identification modes: Card, ID+PW, ID+Card, PW+Card
  • 16 Customisable T&A States, Auto T&A States Switch
  • Daylight Saving, Work Code, Message Function
  • Standard EM 125Khz RFID
  • Extremely thin and refined design
  • User friendly graphic interface
  • Support multiple display and software languages
  • Clear voice prompts along with all operations
  • Mini USB slave
  • USB Power Plug-n-play (USB cable supplied – UK 3 pin plug not supplied)
  • Easy TCP/IP connectivity
  • Realtime data transfer
  • 12-digit user ID and user name display
  • 16 different customisable time and attendance status
  • Auto time and attendance status switch
  • 6-digit work code to calculate different job cost
  • Public and private short message display
  • Auto daylight saving
  • Employee self-service record inquiry
  • Compatible OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10

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