The marine master clock is installed on a 19″ rack and is an ideal solution for the distribution of UTC and local time aboard ship.
The master clock is equipped with 4 pulse outputs for operating slave clocks and 2 outputs for controlling various energy consumers. The pulse outputs are individually programmable for different types of clocks.
The marine master clock can receive NMEA messages, and an external GPS type signal receiver can be connected to it.
Setting time zones
The master clock is fitted with 2 buttons; ADV and REV for use when the ship enters a new time zone.
In the event of a power failure, the master clock retains its settings for up to 30 days. 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 via 2 outputs. Repeating a daily function via a given output only requires 1 control function.
Relay output No. 2 can be dedicated to emit a special pulse. When this function is activated, the output will be activated every day at 02:00 UTC for 5 seconds.
|Automatic summer/winter time:||No|
|Manual time zone switching:||Yes (via 2 buttons ADV/REV)|
|Power supply:||24 VDC and 230 VAC|
|Max load, pulse output:||4x 2A (total 2.5A distributed across all outputs)|
|Max load, relay output:||2x 24 V, 6A|
|Impulse memory:||30 days (Super Capacitor Backup)|
|Program memory:||100 years (EEPROM)|
|Ambient temperature:||0°C to +50°C|
|Dimensions WxHxD:||449(482)x133x185 mm|
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