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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.
Simple 2-wire installation, free topology. Economic movements. Economic installation.
Standard technique before microprocessor-controlled movements became available.
Expansion of older systems.
Not recommended for new installations.