Lock-S Software - How to set the CLOCK by RFID Card

Lock-S Software - How to set the CLOCK by RFID Card

Issuing a CLOCK card

  1. Open Lock-S Software
  2. Go to Clock Card under Setting Cards
  3. Put a blank card on the card encoder
  4. Click Issue
  5. Swipe the Clock card on the lock once.
Tips:
  1. Ensure the time you have programmed onto the clock card is the same as the current time.
  2. To do this, keep 'System time' checked when issuing a clock card, see below screenshot.




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