Primex Wireless Master/Satellite Time System – Software Solutions – Product Announcement
A trouble-free, accurate timekeeping system for institutions and businesses, the Primex Wireless Master/Satellite Time System automatically synchronizes all clocks in a system to the exact same time every day. The system incorporates GPS interface that captures the time signal from the official U.S. atomic clock maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and uses a transmitter to broadcast that time via a localized radio signal to all the system clocks. The clocks then self adjust to the same time.
Easy and economical to install, the system combines satellite and radio frequency technology with modern, freestanding clocks. The GPS interface has to be placed where it can capture a satellite signal, and each battery-operated clock can be hung without having to be connected to a hardwired system. This makes the system easy to reconfigure or expand when enterprises grow or renovate facilities. The Primex Wireless Master/Satellite Time System can also synchronize with bell systems to set the time. Neither the master nor the peripheral clocks need to be reset for power interruptions, and the batteries last for up to five years. When the batteries are changed, the clocks remember the time and also automatically adjust for daylight saving time.
The system clocks have large, easy-to-read dials and durable, shatter-resistant frames, and both the 12.5 and 16-inch models are available with a patented, proprietary clock lock to prevent theft. Double-faced models and protective cages are also available. The company offers a toll-free technical support number, and all parts are backed by a one-year warranty–an extended warranty is available for the master transmitter. For more details, visit www.primexwireless.com.
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