SEL-3401 low-cost, satellite-synchronized clock display kit
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. satellite-synchronized clock display kit, suitable for harsh industrial environments, incorporates the SEL-2401 Satellite-Synchronized Clock, the SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display, a GPS antenna, and cables.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. (SEL) offers a new satellite-synchronized clock display kit for use in nearly any situation, the company says, even harsh industrial environments, in March 1 announcement.
Incorporating the SEL-2401 Satellite-Synchronized Clock, the SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display, a GPS antenna, and all cables, the SEL-9929 Satellite-Synchronized Clock Display Kit is designed for rapid customer setup and evaluation. Extended industrial-grade environmental specifications, includingoperating temperatures of -40 °C to +80 °C, permit operation in harshindustrial environments such as cold rooms, industrial plant hot spots,and areas with high electric fields. The kit contains all accessories and only needs to have one cable connected before it is plugged in
Operation begins when the customer sets the time zone and points the GPS antenna skyward. Accurate tohighly-visible time over a wide area even in direct sunlight, the company says.
The SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display is ideal for any place where distance viewing of precise time is important for critical operations: manufacturing facilities, police and fire departments, radio stations, TV stations, executive conference rooms, schools, hospitals, power plants, aircraft hangers, conference centers, freight dispatchers, hotels, military bases, and sports venues, the company says.
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- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering www.controleng.com
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