PIC supplies DuraTime synchronized clock systems for various workplacesJanuary 11, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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For one of Canada’s premier selections of industrial equipment, especially for hazardous environments, businesses turn to Process Instruments and Components Inc. (PIC). Among the manufacturers whose products are available is DuraTime, which makes a series of wireless synchronized clock systems. This line is the latest, most reliable way to synchronize all time displays wirelessly in a plant. DuraTime deems each one to be the only synchronized clock system designed never to fail.
Years of trouble-free service
DuraTime offers synchronized time solutions for numerous types of facilities, including hospitals, universities and schools, government facilities, financial institutions, office buildings, military facilities, manufacturing plants, and remote buildings. They are recommended for wide area coverage, remote alert times, and time and attendance.
These synchronized clock systems from PIC are easy to install and offer years of trouble-free service with virtually no downtime. Each comes with a primary and backup master clock, for built-in redundancy. Coupled with integrated multi-path communications and data encryption, it serves as the most reliable clock system on the market.
Each system comes from the factory synchronized according to the United States Atomic Clock, but workers can use GPS Time and NTP Time simultaneously. The primary master clock sends these updates through a secure, multi-path wireless data network to all secondary clocks, which eliminates the high cost of synchronized wiring and reduces clock maintenance. The RC102 master clock kit includes an OCXO oscillator and built-in network time receiver that users can direct to sync with local or public time servers over the Internet. An optional GPS time receiver offers simultaneous, redundant time acquisition.
The DuraTime Master Clock uses reliable, frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum radio technology to send time updates to all clocks. Users can expand their wireless systems to start with solutions that suit their immediate requirements, adding extra clocks, bells, or tone generators. These synchronized clock systems have automatic switching between Daylight and Standard time, plus AES 128-bit data encryption for secure, reliable communications.
The Master clock has a powerful alarm schedule function and alarm output systems to send synchronized time to all clocks in a facility.
To learn more, contact PIC.