Replacing Checkpoint Tags in TimeTec Patrol

Friday, October 29, 2021 TimeTec 1 Comments



Introduction
A patrol route is a sequence of checkpoints that security guards need to follow during their patrol rounds. Each checkpoint has its specific location, and it contains the details of actions required from that checkpoint. If you want to use new devices, the checkpoints can remain by only removing the details, such as the checkpoint NFC ID. You can do this easily by going to TimeTec Patrol > Routes > Locations & Checkpoints.


Next, select the checkpoint location to preview the details. After confirming the correct checkpoint, click the reset button on the top right corner to reset the checkpoint ID.

Upon clicking the reset button, the admin will be prompted to click OK to proceed with a confirmation.

After reset, the system will empty the checkpoint ID.

To start enrolling for new devices, open TimeTec Patrol and click on the start button and enrol checkpoints. Then, click on the patrol routes.

After clicking on the patrol routes, there will be a list of checkpoint locations. Select the checkpoint location to enrol the tag. Then, place the phone near the device, such as the NFC tag. Upon successful detection, the system will capture a new checkpoint ID, then click on submit.

If the setup is done successfully, the system will show a successful message, and the checkpoint status on the list will be showing a green indicator as online.

Note: If some of the screenshots or steps viewed here are different from the ones in the current system, this is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@timeteccloud.com, we will update it as soon as possible.



1 comment:

  1. Thanks, man for sharing such a technical post I also started a security service in my friend's company medical equipment supplies it usually checking to secure inventory and at night the security usually start patrolling in a whole shift.

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