One of three different technologies that Primex offers to ensure your facility’s clocks remain synchronized, the OneVue Sync™ 72 MHz Transmitter provides a patented high-frequency signal to wirelessly communicate data to all of your synchronized clocks.
How Is Synchronized Time Acquired?
Synchronized time is acquired through GPS or a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server.
How Is Synchronized Time Distributed?
A patented 72 MHz transmission signal wirelessly communicates data to all of your synchronized clocks within a building or throughout an entire campus. This range is made possible by three different wattage or transmitter power options for the OneVue Sync 72 MHz Transmitter.
What Are the Benefits of 72 MHz Frequency for Synchronized Timekeeping?
Since the 72 MHz frequency is a much lower frequency option than other often used frequencies, signal interference risk from the transmitter to each clock is minimal. Also, the longer wavelength of the 72 MHz frequency means it can better penetrate solidly constructed building materials better than higher frequencies, ensuring your clocks remain synchronized.
To work with your OneVue Sync 72 MHz Transmitter, our various styles and sizes of both digital and analog clock options ensure that you’ll find the perfect clock for your facility
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