GT200 / IN 01

Fingerprint, RFID Card, PIN
X Rs 28,000.00 =
Rs 28,000.00
  • Color TFT screen with GUI Interface for ease of use
  • ZK Optical Sensor
  • 1 touch a-second user recognition
  • Reads Fingerprint and/or PINs
  • Optional integrated proximity or smart card reader
  • Built-in Serial and Ethernet ports
  • Multi Language Support
  • Built-in battery backup provides approx 4 hours continuous operation
  • Optional built-in wireless Wi-Fi or GPRS for wireless communication
  • Real-time 1-touch data export 3rd party hosted & non-hosted applications
  • SDK available for OEM customers and software developers

Product Description

IN01 biometric attendance machine is an innovative biometric fingerprint reader. You can use this machine for time attendance and access control applications. It has built-in 2000 mAh backup battery can eliminates the trouble of power-failure. INO1 supports optional GPRS and Wi-Fi. The IN01 has the fastest commercial-based fingerprint matching algorithm and ZK high-performance, high-image quality optical fingerprint sensor. The 3” TFT displays information vividly, including fingerprint image quality and verification result etc. TCP/IP communication is standard and it makes sure the data transmission between terminal and PC can be easily done within several seconds.

Additional Information

Weight 2.5 kg
Fingerprint Capacity

3,000 templates

Transaction Capacity

100,000 logs

Hardware Platform



ZK Optical Sensor

Algorithm Version

ZK Finger v10.0 and v9.0, default v10.0


RS232/485, TCP/IP, USB-Client, USB-Host

Access Control Interface for

electric lock, door sensor, exit button, alarm, door bell.

Wiegand signal

Input & Output

Standard Functions

Work code, SMS, DLST, Self-Service Query, Automatic Status Switch, Back-up battery, anti-pass back

Optional Functions

ID/Mifare/HID, Extensible barcode, Relay-bell, Scheduled-bell, Web-server, SOAP, 9 digit user ID, Wi-Fi, GPRS


3 inches TFT Screen

Power Supply

12V DC 3A

Operating Temperature

0℃- 45℃

Operating Humidity




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