This clock is designed to be added to an existing TimePilot Extreme system.
Note: These licenses are used with TimePilot Central version 4—not TimePilot Central Version 5, which comes with our Cloud-Based Edition or On-Premise Edition. TimePilot PC is free to Cloud-Based Edition customers (no licenses needed) and not available to On-Premise Edition customers.
If you want to install TimePilot PC software on more PCs than you have licenses, you'll need to purchase extra seat licenses. These licenses will allow you to run the software on the specified number of PCs. When we receive your order, we will e-mail or call you with the registration key and instructions necessary to unlock the appropriate number of licenses.
The Blue Dot Receptor is used to read iButtons and is included in the TimePilot Extreme Starter Kit as well as the CrossOver Lock Management Kit. It isn't essential, but a handy accessory to the TimePilot Standard and TimePilot PC time and attendance systems.
These iButtons—also known as keytabs—come with our standard DS1990 iButtons in a plastic keyfobs, ready to be assigned to employees and attached to their keychains.
The 3-pack saves you $10.50 over the cost of buying three individual Management iButtons.
This is a replacement for the USB drive that came with your TimePilot Vetro or TimePilot Extreme Starter Kit.
This small battery pack has enough power to keep your
TimePilot Vetro clock
running for up to three hours during a power outage and also acts as a surge suppressor.
This product, for customers who use their Vetro clock on a network, eliminates the need to have a power outlet near the clock. Instead, power is carried through the Ethernet cable that connects the clock to your network.
This power supply is intended to serve as a replacement or
spare for the one that is included with TimePilot Vetro.