The Best Unattended Salon Control System for the Indoor Tanning Industry!
The T-Max® Attendant is an intelligent card swipe system that allows the tanner to swipe a card to start a session. For complete unattended salon operation allowing you to provide tanning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Offer 24 hour tanning with the T-Max® Attendant!
Simply swipe the card over the T-Max® Attendant reader and the session automatically starts. It couldn’t be easier.
Here’s how it works:
A T-Max® Manager (either Pro or G2) and a T-Max® Attendant Card Programmer are connected to a standard PC***.
The T-Max® Attendant Programmer programs the card for the customer
One T-Max® Attendant is connected to each timer in each room (either a wall timer or T-Max® Certified Timer in the tanning bed). Connect the T-Max® Attendant to a T-Max® timer and the T-Max® Attendant card reader.
The T-Max® Attendant connects to any T-Max® Certified Timer.
Simply wave the card over the T-Max® Attendant Card Reader and the session starts automatically!
The customer is set up in the T-Max® Attendant software. Enter the customer’s name, number of sessions they are paying for and their skin level. A card is programmed and given to the customer. Any time the customer wants to tan, they simply walk in, swipe their card in front of the card reader for the room they want to tan in. The delay automatically starts for that room. It’s that simple!
The T-Max® Attendant Software is downloaded free of charge. With the T-Max® Attendant Software, you can select the minimum number of hours between tanning sessions, the length of the session the tanner can tan based on their skin type or tan level and the number of tans a customer has paid for.
The T-Max® Attendant also has a door control function. When a bed is in the ready state, the door is locked. When the tanner scans the card, the door is then unlocked. When the session is over and the timer is ready for the next session, the door locks again. This will keep people out of the room when no one is tanning.*
The T-Max® Attendant is completely compatible with the T-Max® G2 wireless system. This means you won’t have to run cables throughout your salon.**
The T-Max® Attendant can even control a door without the need of a T-Max® timer. This is great for controlling doors that access rooms such as bathrooms, entry doors to the tanning area, etc. When the card is swiped, the door is unlocked for 5 seconds. It can even be set so that a person with no active sessions cannot unlock the door.
T-Max® Attendant without wireless
Controls a tanning unit or an access door. Requires a T-Max® Attendant Card Reader. One required for each tanning unit or door you want to control.
T-Max® Attendant with Wireless
Controls a tanning bed or an access door. Has the G2 Access Point wireless module installed for wireless communications (can also be wired). Requires a T-Max® Attendant Card Reader. One required for each tanning unit or door you want your customers to access.
T-Max® Attendant Card Programmer
Programs the T-Max® Attendant Cards. One required per salon.
T-Max® Attendant Card Reader
One required for each T-Max® Attendant.
T-Max® Attendant Cards
One required for each tanner. Sold in boxes of 100.
T-Max® Manager/Pro or T-Max® Manager/G2
A T-Max® Manager/Pro or T-Max® Manager/G2 is required for each salon.
T-Max® Attendant Card Programmer:
Dimensions: 3.5 x 2 x .5
Cable length: 6 feet
T-Max® Attendant Card Reader
Interface: 4 wires connect to the T-Max® Attendant via screw terminals
Dimensions: 3 x 1.5 x .5
Power:9-12V (DC or AC) @ 300mA
Dimensions: 7.5 x 5 x 1.75
*It is highly recommended that the customer have a way to bypass the T-Max® Attendant and open the door from inside the tanning room so they may exit any time they choose to. The door access function requires either a magnetic door control or other door automatic locking mechanism not provided by Applied Digital, Inc. Contact a local security company for the magnetic or electronic door control mechanism.
**The T-Max® Attendant Wireless system can also be daisy-chained.
***PC not provided by Applied Digital, Inc.