badge reader

badge reader

[′baj ‚rēd·ər]
(computer science)
A device that can read data appearing in the form of holes in plastic badges or prepunched cards.
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Select a Satellite model with the features you need including a high-speed thermal cutbar tape printer, proximity badge reader (AWID and HID), 240- x 64-pixel blue backlit LCD or 640- x 480-pixel backlit color touch screen LCD, and with or without a rainhood.
The badge reader interface has a data buffer capacity of 8184 bits, allowing for custom, organization-specific data lengths, including FIPS- 201, HSPD-12, and PIV.
The most popular input devices other than a keyboard were the mouse, badge reader, pen and touch-tone phone, with one vendor offering a voice-activated device.
Final audit numbers may differ from preliminary estimates given onsite due to additional badge pick-ups and badge reader reports.
Final audit numbers may differ from preliminary estimates given on-site due to additional badge pick-ups and badge reader reports.
It is important not to punch a hole for a clip without physically running the badge through the badge reader.
This is an automated access booth with interlocked doors and a badge reader system, a personal identification number (PIN) input system, a closed-circuit video camera, and high-speed data pathways to the security console and to a data base that contains access authorization information.
Final audit numbers may differ from estimates given on-site due to additional badge pick-ups and badge reader reports.
As a payroll professional, you understand that your field, mobile, and remote employees do not have access to a computer, badge reader, or biometric reader to collect hours worked.
If badges are the selected means of employee identification by a security officer or by a badge reader, those who arrive without them should be directed to an alternate entrance.
a leading manufacturer of proximity and contactless badge reader solutions, has entered into a license agreement with HID Global, the trusted source for solutions for the delivery of secure identity, to use HID proximity technology in RF IDeas' AFP2 platform of card readers.
Final audit numbers can differ from estimates given on-site due to additional badge pick-ups and badge reader reports.