Program master clock M+S
- Automatic summer/winter time adjustment.
- Automatically resets correct time after e.g. a power outage.
- Pulse output for synchronizing clocks.
- Relay output for controlling fans, illumination, alarms, break signals etc.
The program master clock is a combination of an annual program clock with 8 outputs for controlling various energy consumers and a master clock for operating slave clocks with 2 pulse outputs.
It has a preprogrammed annual calendar/almanac with the year’s public holidays already entered.
The type of communication that synchronize the slave clock is chosen in the master clock, e.g. 24 VDC pole-switching minute impulses, Time code or NTP if the Ethernet card option is built into the master clock.
For extra accuracy, an external signal receiver e.g. GPS can be connected to the master clock.
In the event of a power failure, the master clock retains its settings for up to 72 hours. If power is restored within this period, the master clock automatically resets all clocks in the system.
A total of 800 control functions can be programmed across 8 outputs. Repeating a daily function on a given output requires only 1 control function.
Further relay outputs (total 64) can be added by supplementing the program master clock with one or more expansion units.
|Automatic summer/winter time:||Yes|
|Power supply:||24 VDC / 230 VAC|
|Max load, pulse output:||2x Total 2A distributed|
|across both outputs|
|Max load, relay output:||8x 230 VAC, 6A|
|Impulse memory:||72 hours|
|Program memory:||>100 years|
|Ambient temperature:||0°C to +40°C|
|Dimensions WxHxD:||280x218x153 mm|
|Weight:||1.3 kg 24 VDC|
|2.5 kg 230 VAC|
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Used for receiving time-coded signal from up to three GNSS navigation systems at the same time.