NTP Analogue Clock

POE Analogue Clock [Power over Ethernet Analogue Clock]

PoE Analogue Clock front

The NTP Analogue clock simply connects to an Ethernet port on your network. No additional electrical wiring is required, so installation is inexpensive and the clocks can be re-positioned easily. Power is supplied over standard Cat-5 cabling, using the same power source as Voice-over-IP telephones.

Synchronised NTP Analogue Clock

PoE analogue clocks are highly accurate and receive synchronized time updates automatically over the network. No need for specialized software – one or one hundred clocks can be controlled from any PC on the network with a simple telnet session. The PoE analogue clocks will find an existing Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server on your network, or you can easily set up a new one.

Key Benefits

  • Large format clock face, visible over 100 feet
  • Highly accurate, +/- approximately 0.5 seconds
  • Set automatically by SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
  • 10/100BaseT Ethernet compatible
  • DHCP or static IP addressable
  • Power over Ethernet
  • Low power consumption, 3 watts
  • No master clock or serial connection required

Technical specification for POE Analogue Clock

Dimensions: 340mm (13.4") diameter x 51mm (2") deep
Viewing Distance: 30+ meters (100+ feet)
Accuracy: +/- approximately 0.5 seconds
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
Operating Humidity: 95% maximum, non-condensing
Power Consumption: 3 watts
Mounting Options: Surface, Double Dial
Construction: Plastic

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