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Kronos Incorporated assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this manual. This document or any part thereof may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of Kronos Incorporated. A-2 Functional Differences.A-3 Glossary Index viii Kronos. It describes basic concepts of the Series 4000 timeclock and contains instructions for performing operations and executing functions, maintaining and servicing the timeclock, and troubleshooting error conditions. This preface contains the following sections: Organization of This Guide Abbreviations and Terms. Chapter 2, “Employee Functions,” describes employee functions and how to perform them. Unless otherwise noted, these documents are not included in the box with the Series 4000 timeclock; you must order them separately. Series 4000 Badge Timeclock Installation Guide provides step-by-step instructions for installing the Series 4000 timeclock and performing basic configuration. Understanding How the Series 4000 Timeclock Operates Entering Data at the Series 4000 Timeclock. The Series 4000 timeclocks are data collection devices designed to communicate with the ADP Enterprise Labor Management Suite of host applications. The Series 4000 timeclock collects information entered by employees using the barcode reader and the keypad. For a map of the timeclock’s internal parts, see “Interior of Fully- Assembled Timeclock” on page 4-9. ADP, Inc. Number Timeclock Part Numeric keypad for data entry—Use to enter information when performing transactions and functions at the timeclock. Navigational keys—Use to move within fields and scroll through lists. Soft keys—Use to initiate transactions and functions at the timeclock. You program each soft key using the Data Collection Manager (DCM). You also use DCM to collect, transfer, and monitor the flow of data between the host application and the Series 4000 timeclock. Supervisor Mode is accessible only to those who have a supervisor badge and unique password.

Using the Badge Reader You most often enter data at the Series 4000 timeclock by swiping a badge through the timeclock’s badge reader. You can configure each of these keys with functions for Employee Mode and Supervisor Mode. To save settings on a screen, press ENTER at the last prompt. To cancel the transaction you are performing, press ESC at any time. Performing Employee Functions. Use Employee functions to perform activities such as a simple punch, labor transfer, start activity, and end activity. With the timeclock in Employee Mode (default mode), you initiate an employee function by pressing the corresponding soft key. The following list shows the Employee functions that you can perform using the Series 4000 timeclock. The transaction names are the default names. When setting up these transactions using the host application software, you can customize the names. Cancel Meal Deduction Your Series 4000 timeclock can be configured to automatically deduct time for meals so that employees do not have to punch out or in for meals or breaks. Use the Cancel Meal Deduction transaction to override the automatic deduction for special situations such as when employees work through meals or breaks. Step Display Action Idle screen Press the Enter Tips soft key. Enter Tips Type the tip amount and press ENTER. Enter Badge Do one of the following: Swipe your badge from top to bottom. This is especially useful for entering non-productive time such as sick, vacation, or personal time where employees are not able to punch in and out. Step Display Action. The timeclock displays a currency format placeholder when prompting for the money amount. The timeclock will default to a maximum of the past 72 hours unless your host application is configured differently. Step Display Action Idle screen Press the Review Punches soft key. Enter Badge Do one of the following: Swipe your badge from top to bottom. Step Display Action Idle screen Press the Start Activity soft key.

Activity Code Do one of the following: Accept the default activity code by pressing ENTER. Step Display Action Idle screen Press the View Current Schedule soft key. Enter Badge Do one of the following: Swipe your badge from top to bottom. Step Display Action Idle screen. Performing Supervisor Functions. You use Supervisor functions to perform activities such as adding and deleting punches, adjusting pay code hours, and overriding restrictions. With the timeclock in Supervisor Mode, you initiate Supervisor functions by pressing the soft keys to the left or right side of the display. The following list shows the Supervisor functions you can perform using the Series 4000 timeclock. When setting up these transactions using the host application software, you can customize the names. Then, you can select the desired Supervisor function. To access Supervisor Mode: Step Display Action Idle screen Do one of the following: Swipe your supervisor badge from top to bottom and press ENTER. Add Punch Use the Add Punch transaction to add a missing punch for an employee. You can perform this transaction for 30 days forward or backward from the current date. Type the employee badge number using the keypad, and press ENTER. Press ESC to end the transaction. Change Password Use the Change Password transaction to change the password for a specific supervisor badge. You can perform this transaction for 30 days forward or backward from the current date, which is considered Day 0. You can perform this transaction on more employees for the same punch date and time by swiping additional badges after each transaction has been verified and accepted. This enables employees to punch when they normally would not be able to do so. Step Display Action Supervisor Mode screen Press the Pay Code Hours Adjustment soft key. Hours Worked Type the hours and press ENTER. This enables an employee to punch when they normally would not be able to do so.

This enables an employee to punch when they normally would not be able to. You can perform this transaction on more employees by swiping additional badges after each transaction has been verified and accepted. Performing Maintenance Functions. Types of Maintenance There are two types of maintenance you perform on the Series 4000 timeclock: Preventive maintenance—Includes basic cleaning of the timeclock, and running diagnostic tests and reports using Maintenance Mode functions. Warning This chapter contains information that you must follow to ensure safe operation and maintenance of the timeclock. To order a part, contact your TLM Representative. Part Number Description 8900052-001 Anchors, 3 8601763-001 Backup battery 9600015-001 Badge reader cover 6800134-001. ADP recommends that you perform preventive maintenance at least once a year, depending on the environment in which the timeclock is used. Cleaning the Timeclock Keep the Series 4000 timeclock case and badge reader clean to prevent dirt and grease from obscuring the LCD display or getting inside the badge reader. Each Series 4000 timeclock is equipped with a lithium battery. As an option, you can also install a lead acid battery for backup power in the event of a power outage. The lead acid battery provides up to two hours of full functionality in the event of a power failure, including support of: Full LCD display (backlight automatically dimmed) Badge reader Keypad entries. Depending on the nature of the problem you are having with the timeclock, you will do one of the following: Send the front cover assembly back to ADP, Inc. The front cover assembly includes the following major components: Main board Badge reader and cover. For example, you may have to remove and replace the timeclock’s lithium battery, or replace the timeclock itself. 1.

Refer to the following illustration: Transformer cable Backup battery cable (if the backup battery is installed) Ethernet cable Number Description Disconnecting the transformer from the main board Disconnecting the battery charger board from the main board (if you installed the backup battery) Disconnecting the Ethernet cable from the main board. See the following illustration. Keep the screws in a safe place. 5. While supporting the cover with one hand, squeeze the two clips shown in the following illustration to release the hinge clip holding the cover in place. Number Description Recessed areas in the base where the hinges were seated Returning the Cover Assembly When you return the cover assembly to ADP for any reason, you must use the original ADP carton in which it was shipped. You can squeeze each retainer one at a time or simultaneously until you feel the clip release. 2. Number Description Recessed areas in the timeclock base for seating the hinges 4-16 ADP, Inc. Caution After the cover is closed, continue to hold it securely in place as you perform the next step. Series 4000 Badge Timeclock User’s Guide 4-17. If necessary, refer to the Series 4000 Badge Timeclock Installation Guide that you received with your timeclock. When the Series 4000 timeclock is initialized and the Communication Setting screen appears, go to “Performing Basic Configuration at the Series 4000 Timeclock”. When the Series 4000 timeclock is first powered on and initializes (“boots up”), the Communications Setting screen appears: Changing comm settings causes a reboot! To quickly set a field to its minimum value, press CLR.This allows the timeclock to read the badges properly. For more information, see the “Using the Host Application Software to Collect Data” section on page 4-10. 2. Number Description Transformer cable Hooks holding the cable in place Transformer connection to the main board (DC power) d.

Trace the wire back to the transformer, freeing it from the hooks molded into the base of the timeclock. Number Description Battery charger board cable Charger board connection to the main board 5. Trace the wires back to the charger board. Series 4000 Badge Timeclock User’s Guide 4-27. Number Description Hooks molded into the base Negative terminal connection Positive terminal connection 4-28 ADP, Inc. Match the ends of each cable with the appropriate pin connector on the charger board. Position the transformer back into place behind the wire clip, route the cable back to its connection on the main board, and plug in the cable. Number Description Transformer cable Hooks for routing the cable Transformer connection to the main board (DC power) 4-30 ADP, Inc. Route the charger board cable back to its connection on the main board and plug in the cable. Number Description Battery charger board cable Charger board connection to the main board 14. Plug the transformer back into the AC power source. 15. Number Description Transformer cable Hooks for routing the cable Transformer connection to the main board (DC power) 6. Trace the wire back to the transformer, freeing it from the hooks molded into the base of the timeclock. Number Description Badge reader spacers molded into the base. 10. Install the transformer back in the timeclock as follows: a. Note If you did not remove the spacers before you installed the Series 4000 timeclock, you will need to remove them as explained in “Removing the Reader Spacers”. Number Description Badge reader spacers. Series 4000 Badge Timeclock User’s Guide 4-39. For more information, see the “Using the Host Application Software to Collect Data” section in this chapter. 2. Number Description Transformer cable Hooks for routing the cable Transformer connection to the main board (DC power) 6. Trace the wire back to the transformer, freeing it from the hooks molded into the base of the timeclock. What Are the Maintenance Functions.

Maintenance Mode allows you to display technical information about the timeclock, perform configuration functions, and execute the diagnostic tests. The diagnostic tests are extremely useful when troubleshooting hardware malfunctions. The following figure is a sample of Maintenance Mode: 2:03 Fri Aug - 24 - 2001 Maintenance Mode. The remainder of this chapter contains more information about each of these functions.To perform Maintenance functions, you must first access Maintenance Mode. Then, you can select the desired Maintenance command. Note The first time that you power up the Series 4000 timeclock, the Communication Settings screen will appear. For more information about what to enter in communication settings, see the “Communication Setting (basic configuration),”. Audio Setting (basic configuration) Use Audio Setting to adjust the volume of the beeper and to enable or disable the keys click when pressed. This screen will appear if any information is missing from the text boxes when the Series 4000 timeclock is powered on. The following settings are in Communication Setting: Device ID—A six-digit ID number that identifies the timeclock. Note These settings are part of the basic configuration of the timeclock. You must complete these settings when you power up the timeclock for the first time and if you replace the cover assembly. The screen shows the effect after you have completed the transaction. Note These settings are part of the basic configuration of the timeclock. You must complete these settings when you power up the timeclock for the first time and if you replace the cover assembly. Caution If you shut the Interleaved 12-of-5 setting off, you will not be able to read a maintenance badge, preventing you from accessing Maintenance Mode. Step Display Action Maintenance Mode idle Press the More.Step Display Action Maintenance Mode idle Press the More.The timeclock lights up the four quadrants of the display in a pattern during this test.

(The Display test is part of the “Sequential Tests” function on page 4-56.) Step Display Action. During the test, the three LEDs in the top right corner of the timeclock flash in sequence twice. (The LED test is also part of the “Sequential Tests” function.) Then, the bottom LED remains lit to indicate that the timeclock is receiving power. Step Display Action Maintenance Mode idle Press the More.For more information, see “Error 04-2: Last punch invalid” in Chapter 6 on page 6-3. After performing the Delete All Punches transaction, the timeclock contains only home employee data associated with schedule enforcement. The timeclock displays a message indicating that a softload is in progress. All user input is disabled. The softload process does not start until the Collection Agent completes the collection process. Caution To ensure a successful softload, do not reboot the timeclock while it is in Softload Mode. It includes the following sections: Error Messages—Includes descriptions and solutions for all errors that can be displayed at the timeclock Troubleshooting—Includes procedures for diagnosing and resolving error conditions, communication, and operational problems. The minimum time is configured using your host application software. Wait the appropriate amount of time, then punch again. Error 04-2: Last punch invalid The date and time of the last punch for this employee is in the future, making schedule enforcement impossible. Do one of the following: In your host application software, allow the restriction level to be used by non-home employees. Using your host application software, re-initialize the timeclock. Error 41-3: Generic schedule not valid An error was found in the data in the generic schedule the employee is assigned Using your host application software, re-initialize the timeclock. Supervisor Mode Maintenance Mode Database is nearly full Soft Load Mode Supervisor Mode The timeclock is operating in Supervisor Mode.

Troubleshooting procedures are provided for the following types of problems: Timeclock Hardware Failures Troubleshooting Table Verifying the Integrity of the Network For diagnostic testing, refer to “What Are the Maintenance Functions?”. For part numbers, see “Replacing the Backup Battery Charger Board” on page 4-24. LCD display assembly DC wall transformer Keypad Auxiliary power source (APS) Remote swipe bar code badge reader Ethernet option board Troubleshooting Table. See “Display Setting (basic screen are not configuration)” on page 4-49.PIN punching only is Using Data Collection Manager (DCM), enabled. Ensure that all communications cables are routed properly and are securely connected to the timeclock(s), the host PC, and any other ADP equipment that may be installed at the site. This appendix contains the following sections: Physical Differences Functional Differences. Series 4000 Series 400 Punch status Users can view punch status. Users can view punches, information display elapsed time, and last punch. Individual employee Users can display individual Users can display and print. For example, a “Charge Nurse” in a hospital is a nurse assigned temporary responsibility for his or her floor. The Charge Nurse is paid differently for taking on this responsibility. Code 39 A bar code symbology used for industrial, medical, and government applications. Code 128 A bar code symbology endorsed by several industry trade groups and used widely in manufacturing, especially in Europe. Generic schedules are an easy- to-maintain pattern of expected start times that are the same every day. The address consists of the network number, the subnet number, and the machine number. International Organization of Standardization (ISO) A voluntary organization that facilitates the international interchange of goods and services and encourages cooperation in economic, intellectual, technological,. Employees can punch in a variety of ways, depending on your system.

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