PeopleHR Entry Level Time & Attendance W1 Pro Fingerprint Recognition and RFID System

£149.99 inc.VAT | £124.99 ex.VAT

Seamlessly connect the entry level Anviz W1 fingerprint and RFID device directly to PeopleHR using their API for advanced Time and Attendance management. Perfect for a small to medium office environment.



PeopleHR fingerprint recognition using the Anviz W1

Seamlessly connect your Anviz W1 fingerprint recognition and RFID terminal to PeopleHR.

The Anviz W1 Colour Screen Fingerprint & RFID Clocking in Machine is an entry level fingerprint time & attendance terminal with features based on Linux platform ideal for very small businesses of less than 20 office employees.

This entry level fingerprint system has a 2.8-inch colour LCD that displays its intuitive GUI – which is easy to understand and self-explanatory. Full capacitive touch keypads along with touch optical fingerprint sensor offer a convenient operation experience and improves the practicality of wet and dry fingerprint detection.

When you reach out your hand to touch the keypad, the W1 will be activated automatically and be ready for you. When you place your finger on the fingerprint sensor, the sensor will be activated automatically and will awaken the device from low power mode.

Once the device is properly installed you can start clocking using the device. The entry level fingerprint recognition technology is so intelligent, it can accurately identify the user within half a second of the finger placement. This is equally as efficient when using the secondary identification mode of RFID cards or tags.

The modern 3.5 inch colour display screen then displays the progress of recognition and completion, confirming the name and ID of the employee that has just clocked whilst providing them with an to-the-second view of the recorded clock time.

How the Integration Works

Syncing data to PeopleHR

When you want to add the device information to PeopleHR, you simply need to sync the information from a click on a button. This will automatically appear within your employees planners, accessible on the PeopleHR management dashboard. With holidays, remote working days, and normal office hours already setup within PeopleHR, the W1 data seamlessly fills in the clocking data of a standard employee shift.

PeopleHR Planner

Viewing the device data

The W1 data is stored within the employee planners. These show up as individual icons. If you click on these icons you can view the detailed device data within it. For example, one of the standard days has been selected and opened, showing each individual clock that day (starting work at 08:47am, lunch from 12:32pm -13:27pm, and end of shift at 17:34pm).

employee manual clock

PeopleHR Requirements

Network Requirements:

  • Ensure that your company has an external static IP address
  • Open the Port of the device up for the device IP address
  • This will allow PeopleHR’s API to connect to the device in order to pull all of the device data records.

Device Requirements:

  • Connect a 3 pin UK power & network cable to the device
  • Ensure a local IP address applied to the device
  • Input the Subnet mask, Gateway & Port details into the device (only change port for more than 1 device)

Optional Add-ons

Get a smooth and efficient setup using our Time & Attendance Support Package.

If you require an Evacuation Report or have additional Access Control requirements please contact us.

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

For more information on the Anviz W1 and compatible software please contact us.

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Solution Features:

  • Ensure 100% accurate time and attendance records
  • Streamline business processes
  • Improves your workforce’s efficiency
  • Saves administration time
  • Reduces overall labour costs
  • Removes human error from the equation
  • Reduce password management costs

Device Features:

  • Touch Keypad & Touch Active Sensor
  • Cloud Management System Support
  • Webserver
  • URL
  • Output of Multiple Reports
  • Max 3,000 Users
  • Max 3,000 Templates
  • Max 100,000 Logs
  • TCP/IP, Mini USB, USB Host
  • Finger, Password, Card(Optional)
  • Verification Speed <0.5 Sec
  • Fingerprint Image Display
  • Self-defined Status
  • 6-digit Work Code
  • Internal Webserver
  • Optional EM/Mifare Card
  • AFOS Optical Sensor (Touch Active Sensor)
  • 512MB
  • 2.8” Colour Screen
  • 130x140x30mm (5.12×5.51×1.18″)
  • -25°C to 60°C
  • DC 5V

PeopleHR Features:

  • Centralised control of your workforce
  • Positive performance management
  • Interactive recruitment pipeline
  • Powerful reports for getting your results noticed
  • Payroll plug-in options including Sage

Please pricing and more information please contact us.

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