Conventional Wired

Conventional Wired

Electrical impulses are sent out every minute from the master clock to the slave clocks. The slave clock movements are equipped with stepper motors that move the hands one minute forward after each impulse.

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Self-setting Wired

Self-setting Wired

The master clock sends the complete time and date information to the slave clock. 
The well-known MOBALine technique even provides power supply for slave clocks together with the time and date information.

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NTP Time Over Ethernet

NTP Time Over Ethernet

Network Time Protocol – the usual way nowadays to distribute time and date over the Ethernet / LAN. The master clock acts as NTP-server, the slave clocks as NTP-clients.

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Modern technique. The clocks do not only set themselves to the correct t...Continue Reading.

Stand-alone

Stand-alone

Clocks synchronized by a publicly available time reference, such as DCF 77 (German time signal transmitter), or the globally available GPS (Global Positioning System). These clocks do not need any connection to a master clock.
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Wireless

Wireless

Clocks synchronized by an on-site time code transmitter.

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No installation for the time distribution necessary. Unlimited number of clocks controlled by a single transmitter.

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