Employee attendance terminal - BIOLINK [SC-NET]

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Manufacturer: BioLink
Product Code: SC-NET
Availability: Unforeseen

BioLink SC-NET is a network-enabled contactless card reader that makes it possible to use all the functional capabilities and advantages of the BioTime system without using the biometric identification of employees.

Identifiers Contactless cards
Memory 30,000 cards
50,000 events
Types of Cards HID
Interfaces 100 Mbps Ethernet
RS-232/485 (Input/Output)
Wiegand (Input/Output)
Dimensions (WxHxD), mm 153 x 95.5 x 35.5
Environment Recommended Temperature Range for Scanning: 10°C to 35°C
Temperature (Operating): 0˚C ~ 45˚C (32˚F ~ 105˚F)
Other parameters Open function of doors and entrances equipment
Read Range of Card: 50-100 mm
Water/dust resistant plastic housing

Key Features

  • Fully integrated with BioTime for enterprise-wide time management and access control
  • Built-in controller to operate electromechanical, - magnetic locks, turnstiles, etc.
  • Connection to alarm system, door sensor and exit button
  • Operation modes: standalone or network
  • Fast identification speed. Card read time less 0.03 sec
  • Flash memory stores up to 50,000 events and up to 30,000 cards
  • Stylish innovative design
  • Tri-color LED indicator and buzzer to notify employee on successful/failed identification
  • Web-interface to view, copy and edit data remotely
  • Water/dust resistant plastic housing


The device reads contactless card to identify a user; the relevant clock-in/clock-out event is recorded.

BioLink SC-NET compares the data in the card with the database in its memory: if the same IDs are detected, LED illuminates green, otherwise it flashes red.
The event is recorded in the internal memory of the device and subsequently synchronized with the central BioTime database (in network mode).
Once access is granted, the embedded controller sends a signal to open the door.

BioLink SC-NET & BioTime

Contactless reader BioLink SC-NET can be used as a component of BioLink BioTime© T&A and Access Control system.

It restricts employee’s access to offices, server rooms and inventories.
If used for the first time, the database with employees’ information is automatically downloaded via the network from the central BioTime server.
Real-time registration of clock-in/clock-out and similar events (lunch, meeting, etc.) by using an employee’s card; the data collected is transferred to the BioTime server.
If the network temporarily fails, records are accumulated in the device internal memory and, once connection is restored, are automatically communicated to the server.
The reader can be used as a standalone device. If BioLink SC-NET has no network access, the data can be copied to a laptop for subsequent transfer to the BioTime server.