Symmetricom Analog NTP Self-Setting 12" Wall Clock Internet Time Microsemi [New]
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Microsemi ND-CLK 820-1446-AC NTP Analog Wall Clock • New Old Stock • Symmetricom Badged Version of Masterclock CLKNTD12
A 'new old stock' self-setting wall clock. These were acquired from Symmetricom after the Microsemi acquisition and have been sitting on a shelf for a number of years. For your peace of mind, I will give the clock I send you an extended test to make sure that all is still good after this period of time. The clock will be repacked back in the factory carton and will arrive in mint cosmetic condition. The config password is the factory default of "public".
Here's a rare chance to pick up an unused self-setting analog wall clock. This is the Symmetricom-badged ND-CLK version of the Masterclock unit (820-1446-AC). This AC Powered clock (90-265VAC) hooks up to your wired internet connection and stays accurate to a fraction of a second by using public NTP servers kept in sync by the US government's network of atomic clocks. It can also reference an internal NTP time source if you prefer not to use public facilities.
Full detail may be obtained from the User Manual (https://www.prostudioconnection.net/1403/Symmetricom_ND-CLK_Manual.pdf)
For configuration, a simple WinDiscovery control application 'finds' the clock(s) on your network and allows you to set such parameters as your local timezone and daylight savings preferences on a Windows PC - see the screenshots below for more information on this process. The timezone offset can be tweaked by a number of seconds if you want to apply compensation for profanity/codec/transmission delays etc. So once configured, the clock will keep itself accurate and adjust for daylight savings time changes with no further intervention. In the event of an internet outage an internal quartz oscillator will keep the clock running accurately until service is restored. This is much cheaper and simpler than having to invest in a GPS master clock receiver and a timecode distribution network to drive your clocks from a central resource.
Usually Sells for $700+
The clock is the 12 Inch dial model with a steel case covered in black powdered finish. The second hand sweeps silently round the dial so there's no ticking to be picked up by your studio mics. As you can see, there's a good amount of free space remaining inside the case so I expect that you could easily fit in a compact WiFi client device if you want to take advantage of a nearby Access Point and not run a dedicated wired network connection.
- Uses external or internal NTP source for accurate time traceable to NIST
- All international time zones
- Daylight saving time - available and configurable for all countries
- Uses standard Ethernet wiring
- Utilizes microprocessor controlled stepper motor
- Sweep second hand
- Universal AC input voltage & frequency
- Internal crystal and clock chip
- LED Status Indicator
- Color is black powder coat
- Software to monitor and configure the device over Ethernet.
Ethernet - RJ45
IEC Power Connector
12.5" (31.8 cm) round black metal case with polycarbonate lens/crystal, 4.25" (10.8cm) width
Surface / wall mount bracket provided
Weight - 7.6 lbs - 3.45kg
Temperature: 0 to +60°C
(0 to +40°C, ±1 min/year for TCXO)
Humidity: Up to 90%, non-condensing
90-265 VAC 50/60 Hz
15W power consumption