The JobClock/EX and LE are physical devices that record punches created by employees using a keytab. The record punches can be collected from a JobClock/EX with a FastTrakker Pro or Android device. If using a JobClock/LE, you can collect with an Android or an iOS device.
Hardware & Differences
- Status Lights - With a working battery, there will be up to 2 lights flashing, red and green. The lights will flash a certain pattern to indicate the status. For the JobClock/EX, this window will also contain the IR sensor for use with a FastTrakker Pro.
- Bluetooth Light - A blue light will flash when the Bluetooth of the JobClock/EX or JobClock/LE is enabled to allow collections from a supported device running JobClock Reader. The Bluetooth will turn off on its own after one minute.
- Allen Screw - The allen screw is used to secure the backplate to the body of the JobClock. The size of the allen key required is 1/16".
- Serial Number - The serial number located under the bar code is used when setting up your JobClock with your ExakTime Connect account.
- Light Pattern Legend - A legend for any light patterns on the front of the JobClock.
The key differences between the JobClock/EX and LE are the color of the plastic at the front and collection methods.
- The JobClock/EX can be collected with a FastTrakker Pro or Android device.
- The JobClock/LE can be collected with an Android device or iOS device.
The JobClock/EX and LE have a set of red and green lights that will flash a certain light pattern to indicate the status.
Flashing Green Light
JobClock is working with a good battery.
Alternating Flashing Red & Green Light
Low JobClock battery. Replace the Lithium 123 battery as soon as possible.
Simultaneous Flashing Red & Green Light
Verify the date and time of the JobClock by performing a collection with a FastTrakker Pro or JobClock Reader from a supported device.
Replacing the Battery
The JobClock/EX and LE are powered by a Lithium 123 battery which will generally last you 6 months and is located behind the backplate of the unit.
- Loosen the allen screw with the included allen key on the back to allow the backplate to rotate counter-clockwise (the allen screw does not have to be fully removed). The size of allen key required is 1/16".
- With the backplate removed, the battery will be exposed. Below the battery will be a speaker. We recommend covering the speaker with your finger to muffle the speaker as inserting a working battery will trigger the JobClock to emit a loud noise. Remove the battery and insert the new battery.
- Rescrew the backplate and tighten the allen screw.
- You must collect from the JobClock with a supported device to set the current date and time. Not collecting off the JobClock after inserting the battery can cause issues with future clock ins/outs.
Turning On Bluetooth
On your JobClock hardware, activate the Bluetooth by holding your keytab to the touchplate as if you were clocking in, but continue to hold it for 5-10 seconds.
- You may hear a beep as if you are clocking in, DO NOT move your keytab.
- When you see a blue light and an audio tone, the Bluetooth has been activated. You can now pull your keytab away.
- The Bluetooth will be active for about 1 minute, then turn off automatically. As long as the blue light is on, Bluetooth is active.
For assistance with collecting records with an Android phone, please refer to the following article:
For assistance with collecting records from a JobClock/LE with an Android or iOS device, please refer to the following article: