W1Color Screen Fingerprint & RFID Time Attendance with Battery

W1 is the new generation fingerprint time attendance terminal features based on Linux platform. W1 houses 2.8-inch color LCD with rich colors and visibility that displays intuitive GUI that is easy to understand and self-explanatory. Full capacitive touch keypads along with touch optical fingerprint sensor will offer convenient operation experience and improve the practicality of the wet and dry fingerprint.
Full Upgrade for W Series with Battery Power Your Business Anytime and Anywhere.


Support dynamic domain name server which offers a persistent domain name for non-static IP devices.
Basic Setting, Personnel Inquiry and Management, Records Inquiry.
Touch Keypad & Touch Active Sensor
When you reach out your hand to touch the keypad, W1 will be activated automatically and ready for your entering.When you place your finger on fingerprint sensor, sensor will be activated automatically and will awaken the device from sleep.
Cloud Management Systerm
No need to install, maintain, or upgrade software.No expensive computers to purchase or maintain.Access data in real-time from any PC and Mobile with Internet.
Output of Multiple Reports
Daily/individual summary and report, work hour displayed byhourly category. support CSV and xlsx export. Support reportformat design.
Optional 2600mah Lithium battery.
Full Upgrade for W Series with Battery Power Your Business Anytime and Anywhere.



CapacityUserMax 3,000 Users
 TemplateMax 3,000 Templates
 LogMax 100,000 Logs
InferfaceComm.TCP/IP, Mini USB, USB Host
FeatureIdentification ModeFinger, Password, Card(Optional)
 Verification Speed<0.5 Sec
 Fingerprint Image DisplayYes
 Self-defined StatusYes
 WebserverInternal Webserver
 RFIDOptionalEM/Mifare Card
 SoftwareCrosschex Cloud & APP
HardwareCPUIndustrial High Speed CPU
 SensorAFOS Optical Sensor (Touch Active Sensor)
 LCD2.8” Color Screen
 Dimensions(WxHxD)130x140x30mm (5.12x5.51x1.18″)
 Temperature-25°C to 60°C
 PowerDC 5V
 BatteryOptional 2600mah Lithium battery



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