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PIX-75 Atomic Time Clock Installation and Operation Guide

 
The PIX-75 Atomic Time Clock recognizes and responds to your American English voice commands. Set the time, Daylight Saving, Print Direction, Print Language, Print Method, Atomic Clock, Display Format and even select a pre-designed Print Format using simple voice commands.
 
Say "Hello Clock" and the clock responds "Welcome, to the Amano time clock, what would you like to change?" The speak your command, for example "Time" to set the time and the PIX-75 will respond appropriately using prompts to guide you.
 
Also, the clock is completely programmable using top mounted buttons.
 
Open and/or print the attached PDF formatted document for complete installation and operation instructions. See the PIX-75 Quick-Start Guide in the Amano Knowledge Base for basic instruction. Watch for upcoming instructional product videos in the Knowledge Base.
 
 
 
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Comment By Polleys Garage - Tue, Jun 10th, 2014 2:33 PM
Is there any way to shorten the print format for standard time? It shows several options for military but only one for standard. It really takes up alot of room on the time card ============================================================================== REPLY: There is a custom symbol printing in page 2-4 of the manual. This is where you can create your own custom print style. http://tkb.amano.com/phpkb/article.php?id=306
Comment By pete - Fri, Mar 28th, 2014 8:43 AM
I have a PIX-75 that is about 3 years old. Just this morning, on the screen, below the time, it says "SET UP". It will not print now. Any help is appreciated.Thanks,Peter HanceHance Ace Hardware ============================================================================== REPLY: See link - http://tkb.amano.com/phpkb/article.php?id=512
Comment By Jamie Davis - Tue, Oct 16th, 2012 9:23 AM
Is there any way for at the end of the week that the time clock will sum up the hours for you? Reply: Please call 800 253 9836
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