HBS Automation Private Limited
HBS Automation Private Limited
Sriniwaspuri Extension, New Delhi, Delhi
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Guard Patrol Monitoring System

Guard Patrol Monitoring System

Guard Patrol Monitoring System
  • Guard Patrol Monitoring System
  • Guard Patrol Monitoring System
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Approx. Price: Rs 13,000 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
BrandJWM
Dispay TypeTouch Screen
Voltage120 V DC
Frequency125 kHz
Weight150 gm
Size135 x 26 mm
Operating Temperature-20 to 70 Degree Celsius
Body MaterialPlastic

Backed ourselves with sound amenities, we are occupied in delivering to our customers an inclusive consignment of Guard Patrol Monitoring System. Making use of pristine-class raw material altogether with high-tech techniques, machinery, and tackles, these are made specifically and are immensely credited due to their long life. As well, their swift dispatch has made a strong status for our company.

Features:

Optimum strength

Long lasting nature

Fine finish

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  • Item Code: hbsagpmssku057
  • Production Capacity: 1000
  • Delivery Time: 2
  • Packaging Details: Guard Tour Device, Tag, Charger
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Fingerprint Based Guard Patrol Monitoring System

Fingerprint Based Guard Patrol Monitoring System
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Approx. Price: Rs 15,000 / PieceGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity01 Piece
BrandZK Guard Patrol System
Authentication ModeFingerprint
User Capacity500
Communication ModeUSB
Log Storage60000
Fingerprint Sensor600 DPI
MaterialPVC
Battery Backup4 to 7 hours

A guard tour patrol system is a system for logging the rounds of employees in a variety of situations such as security guards patrolling property, technicians monitoring climate-controlled environments, and correctional officers[1] checking prisoner living areas. It helps ensure that the employee makes his or her appointed rounds at the correct intervals and can offer a record for legal or insurance reasons. Such systems have existed for many years using mechanical watchclock-based systems (watchman clocks/guard tour clocks/patrol clocks). Computerized systems were first introduced in Europe in the early 1980s, and in North America in 1986.[2] Modern systems are based on handheld data loggers and RFID sensors. The system provides a means to record the time when the employee reaches certain points on their tour. Checkpoints or watchstations are commonly placed at the extreme ends of the tour route and at critical points such as vaults, specimen refrigerators, vital equipment, and access points. Some systems are set so that the interval between stations is timed so if the employee fails to reach each point within a set time, other staff are dispatched to ensure the employee's well-being. An example of a modern set-up might work as follows: the employee carries a portable electronic sensor (PES) or electronic data collector which is activated at each checkpoint. Checkpoints can consist of iButton semiconductors, magnetic strips, proximity microchips such as RFIDs or NFC- or optical barcodes. The data collector stores the serial number of the checkpoint with the date and time. Later, the information is downloaded from the collector into a computer where the checkpoint's serial number will have an assigned location (i.e. North Perimeter Fence, Cell Number 1, etc.). Data collectors can also be programmed to ignore duplicate checkpoint activations that occur sequentially or within a certain time period. Computer software used to compile the data from the collector can print out summaries that pinpoint missed checkpoints or patrols without the operator having to review all the data collected. Because devices can be subject to misuse, some have built-in microwave, g-force, and voltage detection.
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  • Item Code: hbsagpmssku055
  • Production Capacity: 1000
  • Delivery Time: 02
  • Packaging Details: GPMS
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Fingerprint Guard Patrol Monitoring System

Fingerprint Guard Patrol Monitoring System
  • Fingerprint Guard Patrol Monitoring System
  • Fingerprint Guard Patrol Monitoring System
  • Fingerprint Guard Patrol Monitoring System
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Approx. Price: Rs 15,000 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity01 Piece
BrandeSSL
Fingerprint Users500
Cards Capacity1000
Log Capacity30000
FingeprintFingerprint
CommunicationUSB
Battery2000 mAH

A guard tour patrol system is a system for logging the rounds of employees in a variety of situations such as security guards patrolling property, technicians monitoring climate-controlled environments, and correctional officers[1] checking prisoner living areas. It helps ensure that the employee makes his or her appointed rounds at the correct intervals and can offer a record for legal or insurance reasons. Such systems have existed for many years using mechanical watchclock-based systems (watchman clocks/guard tour clocks/patrol clocks). Computerized systems were first introduced in Europe in the early 1980s, and in North America in 1986.[2] Modern systems are based on handheld data loggers and RFID sensors. The system provides a means to record the time when the employee reaches certain points on their tour. Checkpoints or watchstations are commonly placed at the extreme ends of the tour route and at critical points such as vaults, specimen refrigerators, vital equipment, and access points. Some systems are set so that the interval between stations is timed so if the employee fails to reach each point within a set time, other staff are dispatched to ensure the employee's well-being. An example of a modern set-up might work as follows: the employee carries a portable electronic sensor (PES) or electronic data collector which is activated at each checkpoint. Checkpoints can consist of iButton semiconductors, magnetic strips, proximity microchips such as RFIDs or NFC- or optical barcodes. The data collector stores the serial number of the checkpoint with the date and time. Later, the information is downloaded from the collector into a computer where the checkpoint's serial number will have an assigned location (i.e. North Perimeter Fence, Cell Number 1, etc.). Data collectors can also be programmed to ignore duplicate checkpoint activations that occur sequentially or within a certain time period. Computer software used to compile the data from the collector can print out summaries that pinpoint missed checkpoints or patrols without the operator having to review all the data collected. Because devices can be subject to misuse, some have built-in microwave, g-force, and voltage detection.
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