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IR430850


Amano MJR Battery, p.n IR430850 fits Amano MJR7000 and Amano MJR8000 self totaling time clocks


Our Price: $35.00
 
 
MJR Time Clock Battery

Accessories & Supplies:

DetailsIDProduct NameDescriptionPriceAdd To Cart
Click 148 Amano 700 keyMJR, TCX, PIX, EX time clock key$6.25
Click 36 Amano MJR-7000 Ribbon 2 packAmano Ribbon, MJR Purple$39.00
Click 38 Amano MJR8000 ribbon, 2-packAmano MJR8000 2 color ribbon$39.00
Click 39 Amano MJR7000 time cards 1000/bxAmano MJR time cards box of 1000$38.00
Click 40 Amano MJR7000 time cards 000-099 2000/bxAmano MJR time cards box of 2000$76.00
Click 41 Amano MJR8100 time cards 000-249 2000/bxAmano MJR8100 time cards$94.00
Click 106 Amano MJR Signal KitAmano MJR Signal Controller$119.00
Click 35 Amano MJR7000MJR 7000 rugged self totaling time clock$899.00
Click 37 Amano MJR8000N 250 Employee ClockMJR8000N A094$1,349.00
      

 

Amano MJR Battery p/n: IR430850

Ni-Cad Battery Replacement for MJR Series.
Compatible with the following clocks:
MJR-7000, MJR-8000, MJR810

Application:  When your Amano MJR clock resets itself, or is losing A-LOT of time (not miscalcuating, they never miscalculate). The first thing you try is to replace this battery.

There is a lithium-ion battery soldered to the circuit board.  After a decade or so, it dies.  The Amano ni-cad battery pack provides back-up power to the onboarad battery when power goes low or off, maintaining the program you see, and the core program behind that.  You cannot replace the Lithium Ion battery, as it is soldered to the motherboard.

How to repair your Amano MJR Time Clock:

The battery pack is inside the right side of the frame, held in place with a white nylon zip tie.  
You can cut this zip tie and replace it.  The easiest way to do this is:
1) LEAVE THE CLOCK PLUGGED IN.  Unplug it and you risk losing everything. 
    We have nevere gotten shocked doing this, this way.
2) Unplug the old battery pack connector, plug the new one in.
    Then just use duct tape to attach it to the outside of the frame,
     opposite where the old, now dead, battery is.

How WE do it: 
We remove the old one, then slide the new one back inside the machine, then make the connection.  But there are sensitive wires in there, the difference is only cosmetic.
We also clean the sensors and check (typically update) the daylight savings program, correct the time, check the program - we call you - and oil the machine, get rid of that grinding noise you are hearing, and replace the ribbon.

We can do more:
We can replace the printer if it is printing poorly - the ribbon cable cracks over time, which is why it might print clearly on the left, and worse as it goes to the right side of the time card.

The MJR keypad can also corrode, we have new ones.  This is done when the keyboard does not respond.  These machines are designed with a 30+ year life span, and only minimal maintenance is needed.

We can replace the sensors.  Optical sensors wear out.  Repairs are usually much less costly than replacing the machine.


You can also make this machine ring bells, and set up broad IN-PUNCH rounding zones, like no one gets paid until the start time of 7AM, even if they punch in at 6:30 when they first arrive.  Stops people from getting paid extra money for unworked hours.