Synchronize time clocks often referred to as master clocks are used to manage work shift bells, manage door access schedules and other timed scheduled tasks.
Millions of master clocks are installed, in hospitals, schools, offices, and factories world wide.
Master clocks receive time frequency from the national atomic clock or from a company’s internal Power Over Ethernet (PoE) or Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), or WiFi network, which is then broadcast to every network device in the enterprise, including analog and digital wall clocks, workforce time clocks, computers, POS systems, desk phone, and other devices. Since the clocks are synchronized they automatically adjust for daylight savings time and power outages.
Synchronized wall clocks feature easily viewable faces in a variety of sizes and styles in both analog and digital. These wireless signal synchronized clocks are ideal for facility renovation, retrofit design, and new construction applications.
Synchronized master clocks also integrate with a digital work timer bells and horn systems which allow you to set and change bell and horn schedules as often as required including bell ring times on different days, with separate settings for weekends and each signal (bell or horn) ring can have a different duration designating warning vs. actual shift start time.
Using a synchronized master clock systems and a digital work alerter along with a automatic time clock, biometric time clock, or similar time clock device is the best way to assure that the work schedules in your facility are being followed and your workforce is in compliance of all DOL regulations.