Changing the Day Change Time on a TP100/200 Clocking In Macnine

Created by Dave McMaster, Modified on Tue, 13 Feb 2024 at 11:29 AM by Dave McMaster


The Day change time by default is set to midnight, which is displayed in the 24 hour format of 0000. So basically this means if the first day of your working week is Monday then at midnight the date will change over and the next clocking will be on Tuesday, i.e. the second line down.

Sometimes it may be desirable to have a different Day change time. For example if your staff work past midnight and you want to keep all the clockings on one line. Another common scenario is accidently setting the Day change time instead of the actual correct time. This usually show up when the clocking appears on the line above the expected box for at least some of the day.

Whatever the reason the Day change time can be set to any desired time in the following procedure.

Use the following procedure to change the Day change time on a TP100 or TP200 clocking in machine:

To access the machine settings a key is required (marked 134). You will have received a key when the machine was purchased with the user manual. If the key cannot be located then please call our sales team on 0113 258 7856. or use the link;

  • Firstly, using the key (marked 134) remove the lid.


  •  ‘P1’ should be displayed on the screen as shown below

  • Next press the ‘PRO’ button to display 'P2'

  • Then press the 'MORNING IN' button to access the Day change time setting (the default setting of midnight 0000 is shown below).


  • Using the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ buttons adjust the hour using the 24 hour clock format, i.e. 15 for 3pm and then press the ‘Overtime OUT’ button.
  • Repeat this for the minutes on the right.
  • Once the last setting has been confirmed the screen will go blank. (If a blank screen is not achieved then the settings will not be saved correctly)
  • Lastly place the lid back on and lock up. The time should appear on the screen. If the time does not appear on the screen then check that the lid has been placed on properly as it can be easy to mislocate the front lugs causing a gap below the front lid section.

The Day change time should now be set.

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