Max ER1600 and ER 2700 use a fully automatic clock card feed / eject system to ensure a precise and error free operation. More clever than that, the machine knows precisely where the last clocking is on the time card. Under normal operation it will never overprint any clocking that’s been recorded on the clock card.

It does this by using special weekly or monthly time cards that uses a series of notched holes down both sides of the time card. Each time card has a different number / arrangement of these coded holes which allows the Max ER1600 and ER 2700 clocking in machines to print up to 4 clocking times per day at anytime of the day on one single line (see pdf card sample below).

The Max ER1600 and ER 2700 are the only clocking in machine on the market that can do this. And unlike most clocking in machines, it requires no manual override of IN/OUT buttons to be pressed by the user, when, as with most other clocking in machines, the pre-programmed times of the daily horizontal IN/OUT card shift movement is unable to accommodate any unplanned or unusual clocking times, which can often lead to eligible printing.

Whether deliberate or not, the Max ER1600’s ER 2700 unique and very clever feature ensures overprinting is virtually impossible.

With time card calculation feature enabled, the fifth column allows the Max ER1600 and ER 2700 clocking in machine to calculate elapsed time between clockings. Plus you can also program core time to show a tardy/lateness symbol to be printed / highlighted whenever an employee clocks in late or leaves early.

We say no other clocking in machine beats the Max ER1600 for ease of use & performance. The only close contender perhaps is from Seiko. Not surprisingly is another Japanese company with their Seiko QR395 clocking in machine.

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    CALC003 – Max ER1600

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    CALC004 – Max ER2700

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