Lathem Heavy-Duty Automatic Time RecorderTime Clocks & Recorders
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Lathem Heavy-Duty Automatic Time Recorder - Heavy-duty automatic time recorder offers a large, easy-to-read, analog clock face and steel case. Automatic, electric coil, print mechanism activation allows simple one-handed operation and delivers the month, date, hours in a 12-hour format and minute with each impression. Front-feed card receiver prints along right edge of time card or custom form; single or multiple copies. Ideal for payroll time and job costing. Rugged design withstands high-volume use and harsh environments. Time recorder securely mounts to wall or desktop. Time clock uses Lathem Ribbon LTH72CN.
- Ideal for payroll or job costing.
- For high-volume use and harsh environments.
- Easy-to-read analog clock.
- Self-reversing two-color ribbon.
- Works with all standard time cards.
- Wall or table mount.
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