Radio Frequency (RF) Wireless Synchronized Clocks receive
a dependable wireless time signal from an Ethernet-based
transmitter centrally located within signal range of the clocks.
Every clock is synchronized to a selected NTP time server,
ensuring the accurate time is displayed throughout
an entire building or complex.
RF Wireless Synchronized clocks receive accurate time signals from a wireless transmitter, eliminating the need for wiring.
Battery operated analog and digital clocks provide ultimate flexibility and eliminate the cost of electrical installations.
RF Wireless Synchronized Clocks use the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS). The time signal "hops" from frequency to frequency, ensuring the clocks will receive the correct time despite interference on any of the frequencies.
RF Wireless Synchronized Clock Systems reference an official time source.
If using a 1 watt or less RF Wireless transmitter, no FCC license is required.
Forget about manual clock changes, RF Wireless Synchronized Clocks automatically adjust for Daylight Saving Time and power outages.
Simply plug the RF Wireless transmitter into
a standard electrical outlet and Ethernet port
to establish a network connection.
Once connected, synchronization software discovers
the transmitter and allows the user to choose
a time source, time zone, and Daylight Saving Time settings.
Upon power up, the RF Wireless Clocks search
for a time signal from the transmitter.
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