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NT-20A Time/Date Stamper

Original price was: £278.80.Current price is: £223.04.

The NT-20A is a superb Time/Date Stamper, designed to record the time and date on a document. This machine is extensively used in garages and workshops to record repair and warranty claim times.

Other uses for this machine include recording job start and finish times for service work in garages and workshops, or car parking arrival and departure times of vehicles. The NT-20A Time/Date Stamper is commonly used in the banking or insurance industries for date stamping of time-sensitive documents. Interestingly, it can also be user configured with over 30 different print options, which give you the ability to create more professional-looking documents.

Offers maximum functionality and is a practical solution for highlighting time-dependent activities. Comes with a battery backup as standard, so you needn’t worry about it losing any settings in the event of a power failure. This Time/Date Stamp Machine is designed to enhance the accuracy of company paperwork… job sheets. Here at UK Time Solutions, we supply the most versatile Clocking In Machines, which can either be fixed to the wall or free-standing.

Product Features

  • Auto BST / GMT time reset
  • Perpetual calendar until 2099
  • Keeps time during power failure
  • Option for wall or table mounting
  • Large window for document alignment
  • 1 to 8 digit numbering with up to 9 repetitions
  • Numeric programmable password protection
  • Customization print options over 3 separate lines
  • Rechargeable battery backup to allow stamping during power failure
  • User-definable printing selection with up to 30 formats to choose from
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