Bright, easy-to-see LED clocks. These models are available in sizes from 2.25" and 4.0" (Bar Segment) to 6", 8", 12" and 18" high (Dot Matrix). The standard model is avaialble in HH:MM format. A six-digit model (HH:MM:SS) model is available also.
The ethernet interface allows the clock to be connected to a computer network. Network Time Protocol (NTP).
Standalone ethernet NTP (Network Time Protocol) Client. This option does not require a PC. A standalone unit that connects to the ethernet. This will periodically request the time via NTP over Ethernet. The NTP server can reside locally or over the internet.
The control software included with the clock, and available for download from the EDI web site, may be used to assign IP addresses for local time servers. Up to 10 local time servers may be assigned.
Once all clocks are attached to the network and operating, simply send a command from the PC clock control program to assign a new local time server IP address. The new IP address will be assigned to all clocks on the subnet simultaneously. The clocks will immediately begin using the new local time server.