Pyramid 5000 Automatic Time ClockTime Clocks & Recorders
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Product Number: PTI5000
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Pyramid 5000 Automatic Time Clock - Auto Totaling Time Clock automatically calculates worked time between punches and accumulates worked hours for weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly or monthly pay periods. It totals actual or rounded time and accommodates up to 100 employees. Auto-align, top-loading, time card feed saves time, eliminates card jams, enables single-hand operation and is capable of multilingual printing, including English, Spanish and French. Time clock offers a simple 2-minute setup. It displays time, date and day of week on an easy-to-read, backlit LCD screen. Print year, date and time (select AM/PM, military, military hundredths, military tenths). Durable dot matrix printing ensures clear, easy-to-read punches time after time. Design also features care-free automatic reset for short months, leap year and Daylight Saving Time. Internal battery backup safeguards data and settings for up to 30 days without power. Tamperproof security lock helps protect against costly time theft.View Product Specs
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Q:This clock states it totals the hours for the day and week. How does it know one employee from the other and if we had several of these clocks do they comunicate with eachother and you only set up one clock? Just wondering if it is worth the trouble and does it use special time cardsAsked on 8/4/2014 by russ
A:The Pyramid Automatic Time Clock uses product PTI4410010 for time cards. The cards have a bar code that the clock will scan to keep updated records for each employee's current pay period. Different clocks would not be able to communicate with each other.Answered on 8/5/2014 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.