The following information can be used to clean and disinfect all TimePro Clock’s
- Spray a soft cloth with a non-alchohol based cleaner or Hydrogen Peroxide*
- Clean the outside of the terminal cover and case.
When cleaning the terminal case, spray the cleaner on the cloth, do not spray the cleaner directly on the terminal.
Do not use steel wool or any other abrasives.
Do not use solvents such as alcohol, benzene, or acetone, as they can damage the terminal.
Do not spray the cleaner inside the terminal case.
To clean the badge reader:
- Fold a paper towel over an inactive badge.
- Spray the towel gently with a glass cleaner.
- Swipe the badge several times in the badge reader
To clean the Biometric finger reader
- Dampen a soft cloth with diluted dish-washing liquid or Hydrogen Peroxide*
- Wipe the sensor with the dampened cloth
- Let the sensor dry before resuming use.
Do not use disinfectant wipes, alcohol, or abrasive cleaners on the sensor.
Do not spray liquid directly on the finger scan plate.
*According to the CDC, household (3 percent) hydrogen peroxide is effective in deactivating and breaking down the coronavirus. Hydrogen peroxide is not corrosive (it essentially decomposes into oxygen and water), so it’s okay to use it on the time clock surfaces. It is, however, similar to bleach so it can discolor fabrics if you accidentally get it on your clothes.