Time recorders and Time Stamps

Are you looking for a simple, cardboard solution that is easy and clear? We offer time clocks with monthly or weekly cards, with or without totals calculation, and time clocks, stamps, document clocks for laboratories, workshops, mail reception etc. Hourly time clock, work time clock. Discover our solutions!

Conventional "time recorders", "time stamps", electronic time clocks with "cardboard" cards (per month or week) and time stamps, workshop and laboratory time clocks to print dates and times + messages if needed.

Time management KP-201

Bar-coded time clocks with elapsed hours totalization and time period settings. Digital display, fully programmable.

SP-550, Time stamps

Time clock, workshop time clock, for dating documents, mail, worksheets, and all types of documents and forms. Print date and time + messages.

Time machine - KP 100-A

Cardboard punching Time recorders, time machine with clear analog display, with needles and small digital recall, programmable, simple and efficient with programming of the passage from column to column etc.

KP210-Di - digital recorders

Electronic time recorders, time clocks with cardboard card, digital time display, programmable column change, with ringing relay, two color printing of delays or early departures in red. This programming of the passage from column to column is defined by the working hours of the morning, afternoon and overtime. A great way to manage hours.

time recordersTime recorders, also known as time clocks or time stamps, for workshops or medical hospital labs, are devices used to record the time that employees arrive at and leave work. These devices have been in use for over a century and have undergone significant changes over time.

In its time

The first time recorders were mechanical devices, real clocks, that used a punch card system to record the time of arrival and departure. The employee would insert their card into the machine and it would punch a hole in the card to indicate the time. These machines were not very accurate and were often prone to errors.

As technology progressed, electronic time recorders were developed. These devices use electronic sensors to record the time and often include additional features such as the ability to calculate hours worked and calculate pay. Some electronic time recorders can also be integrated with other systems such as payroll and scheduling software.


In recent years, there has been a shift towards using biometric time recorders. These devices use fingerprints, facial recognition, or other biometric data to confirm the identity of the employee and record their time. These devices are considered more secure than traditional time recorders as they are less prone to errors and eliminate the possibility of “buddy punching”, where an employee punches in for another employee who is not present.

Another evolution of time recorders, and time stamps, is the advent of cloud-based systems. They allow employees to clock in and out from any device with internet access, such as a computer or smartphone, and the data is stored in the cloud for easy access by managers and HR. This makes it easier for managers to keep track of employee hours and attendance, and also provides employees with more flexibility in where and when they clock in and out.


In conclusion, time recorders have come a long way since their invention over a century ago. The shift towards electronic, biometric, and cloud-based systems has made time recording more accurate and secure, while also providing more flexibility for employees and managers. As technology continues to evolve, it is likely that time recorders will continue to change and adapt to meet the needs of businesses and their employees.

Small description and history of  Time clock, time recorders