Grayson master clock, with two secondary clock lines, 4 internal, and 60 external switching circuits (option).
Both lines can be individually configured for self-setting or polarised pulses.
Suitable for installations, with up to 150 secondary clocks.
The clear layout of the keyboard and display allows simple operation. Convenient entry of the switching program via numeric keyboard.
Automatic transfer of time and date from the connected radio time receiver MSF or GPS (option), industry-standard bus LON (option) or via RS232 serial interface. ASCII- string time-code output (RS232, RS422, once a second, definition IF482) 4 switching circuits are already built into the clock (make contacts) these can provide virtually unlimited possibilities for programming the channels, via the system with channel programs and week programs.
Week programs specify how a channel has to behave with respect to hours, minutes, and weekdays. Channel programs specify in which operating period (date) which week program shall be executed.
Software is available as an option that enables switching and signaling programs to be conveniently developed on a PC (offline) and then loaded in the master clock via a serial interface.
Daylight saving time is optionally automatic, controlled by a radio receiver, or according to programmed changeover data. Versatile configuration possibilities, such as choice of type of line, with the possibility, of adjusting the pulse and pause times, and the operating mode of the secondary clocks (seconds, minute, half-minute or Self-setting).
Available as an option is a console for mounting the master clock with built-in batteries for active-backup. The case is 19" x 1U rack-mounted.