Wireless Clocks Serve as Repeaters, Transmitters, for Accurate Times
- Tablet Reviews & Latest Trends
- 13 Nov, 2019
With Sapling’s clock system, every clock on the “network” can be kept accurate as if directly connected to a web-based atomic clock. They showed off this wireless digital and analog clock system at NSCA.
Both the analog (SAL series) and the digital (SBL series) act as both transmitters and repeaters to keep all the clocks on the system accurate. The battery clocks transmit and receive the signal once every four hours; the digital clocks transmit once a minute.
The wireless system uses Sapling’s transceiver as a master clock, and it uses a TCP/IP internet connection to an atomic clock web site, and can interface with Sapling’s other systems.