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The v13 terminal will remain our flagship product providing customers with an extremely powerful attendance terminal with features such as Enquiry 2.0 and SmartBooking.  Suprema’s biometric technology enhances the v13 terminal and provides compatible devices to compliment and complete the range.

We would recommend the v13 for installations where the customer is looking for something more than just a simple attendance terminal.  Do staff need to see ‘In’ or ‘Out’ when booking?  Do they need to be able to see a real-time flexi- balance or enquire about holiday entitlement?  If the employee needs to interact in any way with the terminal then the v13 is the solution.

Remember that the v13 is not IP67 rated so if there is any change of the terminal becoming wet, the v13 is not the solution and we must then turn to the Suprema range.  The Suprema BioLite N2 is an IP67 rated biometric and proximity attendance terminal with date & time display, a keypad and the ability to display the employee’s name. The N2 is ideal for outside locations or for wash-down areas.  Please remember that the N2 is not vandal-proof and just like the v13 will not stand up to any form of physical abuse.

Next we have the access control readers.  The Suprema P2 reader is recommended for internal access control.  This device is not IP67 rated and should only be installed in dry locations.

For external access control, the Suprema BioEntry W2 is the correct choice. This device is IP67 and IK09 rated which means not only is it waterproof, it also means that it is protected against 10 joules of impact (the equivalent to the impact of a 5kg mass dropped from 200mm above the impacted surface). In other words - ideal for use in a public area where vandalism may occur. 

We also recommend the Suprema BioEntry W2 for use as an assembly point terminal to be used in conjunction with timeware’s® fire alarm monitor.

The t13-0380 is not IP67 rated and should only be used when expanding existing legacy Secugen biometric systems.