FLEXMAT ALCATEL INFOCENTER
A picture of the Flexmat Client window.
A picture of the Flexmat Client finnish/multilangue version
A picture of the norwegian Flexmat Client
A diagram of a typical Flexmat system.
Compatible Time Attendance systems : Flexim, Walpass, Esmikko (normal (5-7) and SinfoUnix(type16)), Hedsam, Team. More systems added later.
Mp4/ adobe flash prototype video of the Mobile Client (3,5M) is here(720×480) and here(1440×720). All rights reserved.
Flexmat is build using Microsoft software development suite and follows Microsoft Windows operation system development and changes and standards. It has also links to Linux systems and to IP systems. Flexmat uses the best features of the Windows and Linux development.
FlexmatDB Server updated the Flexmat DB with information coming from external Time Attendance systems and others.The hardware used is PC windows based server. Vista server is used nowadays. Flexmat Cliser (Client-Server) program runs also in the same server. It communicates with Flexmat Clients and external systems like PBX. Flexmat programs uses 2 USB ports for license modules. Flexmat uses ports 5430-5440 and 1947.
An operator console is a PC and runs Flexmat Client program. PC can be Windows 7. Hardware is now minimum 2GHz CPU, 4 GB RAM, Net 3.5->. Flexmat Client must be able to communicate with the server and cliser in the same ethernet.
The serial communication to old Time attendance systems is done with serial ethernet miniservers made by Moxa. All communication uses IP and can be done in a wide area network.
Most TA systems has a PC and it has serial COM port which can be connected to Moxa server. Esmikko has a special hardware and the serial link comes from the 1st concentrator 1st link B-data channel.
Alcatel OXE outputs HFOC information through Alcatel AHC-link, which is a licensed by Alcatel. Its serial output is connected to MOXA as above.
An installation must be prepared. The following information must be found for each users :
If the multi company feature is used Flexmat does the following: There will be prefix (A,B,C…) added to time attendance card number to separate different cards of the same id number.
The system runs on a IP network and the access must be allowed from point to point in the Flexmat system. System used ports 1947 and 5430-5440. The operator number of the PBX (00…98) must be known and its corresponding client computer IP. It will be recorded into Flexmat Cliser – program (client-server) to relay IP packets. If email is used, the email server must be available and open for access.
The data connections from external serial ports are installed with Moxa serial to IP miniservers. The serial data is in IP packets and the system can be distributed widely. There are many ways to maintain and upgrade the Flexmat system remotely.
Inquiries for new features can be send to our email directly. Please attach contact information for further details. Ideas will be considered for new R&D.