Seiko QR 375-- USED-- The high featured QR-375 calculating time recorder was developed for your easy payroll operation.

Seiko QR 375-- USED-- The high featured QR-375 calculating time recorder was developed for your easy payroll operation.

Your Price: $195.00
Substituted with Lathem 7000E
Part Number:Seiko QR 375 Calculating Time Recorder
Product Details

The high featured QR-375 calculating time recorder was developed for your easy payroll operation.

It offers you daily elapsed time calculation between IN and OUT time and its accumulation per pay period.  Insert your encoded time card and your periodical present time is shown.  The QR-375 is the world's best featured calculating time recorder of its class.

The QR-375 does not suffer from over-printing and is ideally suited for workplaces with 50 employees or less, with one or more work schedules.

Main Features:
  • Auto-feed and auto-eject of time cards
  • Perpetual calendar to the year 2098 for automatic advancement to
  
 current day, month and year
  • Selectable 3 pay periods: monthly, weekly, or bi-weekly
  • Automatic daylight saving time adjustment
  • Built-in lithium back-up battery for 5-year data protection
  • Calculate the elapsed time between IN/OUT punches and print a
  
 running total of accumulated time
  • Print IN/OUT as many times per day as required
  • No over-printing
  • 2 types of different day schedules can be set in a week
  
 - Common schedule / Extra schedule
  • Special mark printing "!" for irregular recognition
  • Memory capacity - Maximum of 50 cards
  • Automatic differentiation of the front and back of an encoded card
  • Cassette type purple ink ribbon (supplied)
  • Back lighted large LCD - 24 hour / 12 hour display format

 

Specifications:
  Clock: Digital (date and time)
  Accuracy: Monthly accuracy ± 15 seconds (at ordinary temperature)
  Ribbon cassette: mono-colour (purple) fabric
  Power supply: 100-120V / 50Hz, 60Hz
  Dimensions: 160 x 205 x 128 mm
  Weight: 1.5 kg (approximately)

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