A master clock is a precision clock that provides timing signals to synchronize slave clocks as part of a clock network. The master clock in such installations is controlled by an accurate quartz crystal oscillator, usually referenced to an external frequency standard such as MSF, which is part of a world-wide timekeeping system.
- Synchronized clocks throughout the building.
- Optional alert messages and/or timer function.
- Optional countdown counter.
- Easy to install. Requires only a single Cat-5 connection per clock display.
- All clock displays can be synchronized to a single master clock.
- All clocks remain running by simply installing a single UPS at the hub.
- Can be used stand alone or be synchronized to a master time source.
- IRIG-B, Ethernet, RS-232 and RS-422 interface formats available.
- Each powered hub can drive up to 12 displays depending on size.
- The patch panels have built in power and status monitoring.
- The remote clock displays can be up to 1000 feet from the hub depending on display size.