Synchronized Clocks

Primex Wireless Slim Synchronized Clock Series

Simple, wireless time-synchronization platforms

With Primex wireless clocks and timers, you can trust the accuracy of every clock throughout your facility. Using either your Wi-Fi network or our unique 72MHz broadcast frequency to transmit the wireless signal, our systems seamlessly synchronize every clock independently to display the exact same time. With a variety of style and power options, plus dedicated project managers to ensure smooth installation, Primex is the choice worldwide for synchronized time solutions.

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    Cross resetting clocks off your to-do list

    Using NTP or GPS-acquired time, our clocks maintain facility-wide synchronization to within 300 milliseconds.

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    Automatic Daylight Saving Time changes

    Primex clocks automatically resynchronize after Daylight Saving Time shifts and power outages, saving hours of manual labor and slashing maintenance costs.

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    Your choice of wireless deployment

    Our technology can manage your clocks through your existing Wi-Fi network or using our proprietary 72MHz transmission frequency to transmit the time synchronization signal.

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    Multiple power options

    No more hard-wiring! Our synchronized clocks can be powered by batteries, AC or through your facility’s Ethernet (PoE), allowing for easy installation even in your oldest buildings.

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    A variety of styles to match your style

    From classic wood, to bright LED and sleek metal, Primex has the clock design to complement your facility. You can even add your own logo to any analog clock.

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    Receive proactive maintenance reports

    With our OneVue system, a daily report will notify you if batteries are low, signal is lost, or a clock is not synchronized, to allow you to proactively correct the issue.

“At least partially as a result of our new digital clocks throughout the building, especially the affectionately named ‘shot clocks’ that count down the final seconds of our passing periods, our overall student tardiness has dramatically declined by 25 percent.”

Nathan Rouse
Principal, Oak Park & River Forest High School