Designed to withstand the most demanding environments, the new MorphoAccess SIGMA Extreme, a ruggedised biometric terminal for access control and time and attendance, is now available in the sub-Saharan African market.
This latest addition to the award-winning SIGMA family of readers is built to endure everything from dust, salt mist and rain, to attempted vandalism and accidental impacts – protected by strong polycarbonate plastics, thick tempered glass and meticulous sealing.
Succeeding to the previous-generation Outdoor MorphoAccess 500 series, it capitalises on the latest waves of technology and advancements to give industrial users the most reliable and resilient biometric solutions. It features very responsive touchscreen controls and a biometric sensor that is certainly the largest single fingerprint sensor on the local market.
Every aspect of the MA SIGMA Extreme is designed with the harshest conditions in mind. For instance, an ambient light sensor ensures ultra-bright touchscreen to improve usability when in direct sunlight and a powerful loudspeaker enables users to catch sound messages even in noisy environments.
Its 16 programmable function keys enable individuals to clock-in with different job codes. Storing logs of up to 1 million records, and integrating directly into holiday scheduling, this helps operations managers keep far closer control over their resources and project costs.
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