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Timing & Synchronization

Synchronized Clocks & Time Displays



  • Colleges or Universities
  • Hospital or Health Facilities
  • Office or Call Centers
  • Transportation Systems
  • Manufacturing or Distribution Facilities
  • Financial Institutions
  • Power or Utility Operations
  • Government Facilities

Benefits of Synchronized Clocks

  • Supports time and attendance systems.
  • Combine time display, security surveillance, access and alarm controls and computer networks all into one secure system.
  • Provides legal documentation with Legally Traceable Time® for paper records.
  • Synchronize all your timing systems within your IT infrastructure. Does not rely on untraceable data from outside your firewall.

Virtually every enterprise benefits from synchronized time displays - clocks displaying the correct time that is traceable to official time. Truly synchronized operations.

Accurate time is an integral part of a facility's communication system in many industries and applications. Synchronize visual time as well as all other critical timing systems including computer network operations. Three types of display clocks are available. All utilize a NetClock network time server as the system's master clock. IP clocks synchronize directly via network time protocol (NTP) over Ethernet. Clocks can be powered by power-over-ethernet, or 110/220VAC with an AC power to Ethernet injector. Wireless clocks are synchronized through a network-based 900 MHz transmitter (unlicensed in North American, but prohibited for public use in Europe, check with local authorities for licensing requirements in other areas). Every clock is also a wireless repeater for an extremely reliable wireless mesh network. TimeView clocks synchronize by 2-wire RS-485 or through an existing UHF voice radio system.

All clock systems feature:
  • Legally traceable time that leverages offical time from a NetClock network time server installation
  • Accurate time displayed with 1 second accuracy
  • Easy installation and set-up
  • 2.5" and 4", digital clocks
  • Analog clocks



IP (PoE) Synchronized Clocks

  • Power over Ethernet, IEEE802.3f (24/110/220 also available)
  • 2.5" and 4", 4- and 6-digit clocks with high visibility red digits
  • 12" and 16" analog clocks
  • Each clock synchronizes to network time server via network time protocol (NTP) or RS-485
  • Network management through web interface

900 MHz Wireless Clock System

  • 2.5" and 4", 4- and 6-digit clocks with high visibility red digits
  • 12" and 16" analog clocks
  • Open frequency 900 MHz does not require an FCC license in USA (check with local authorities in other countries)
  • The network-based transmitter interfaces to your LAN
  • Each clock is a repeater to maximize the effective signal strength
RS-485 Synchronized Clocks  

TimeView Synchronized Clocks

  •  2.5" and 4", 6-digit clocks with high visibility red or green digits
  • 12" analog clocks
  • RS-485 (twisted pair up to 4,000 ft) or
  • UHF radio receiver for existing installations
  • Event alert LEDs and buzzer options available