Hospital, Schools and Businesses are now able to have synchronized clocks using their existing Ethernet networks without the cost to install electrical outlets.
InnovationWireless.com announced the launch of their Power over Ethernet, (POE) clock line. Innovation Wireless’ POE product line is focused on helping organizations manage and operate their entities. Now no matter what the size of the organization they can enjoy the benefits of a synchronized clock system in their facility. The advantages of clocks displaying the same time all the time and automatically adjusting for daylight saving time has just become easier.
InnovationWireless.com a synchronized timing and communication company based in Culver City, CA, has over forty years experience in the manufacturing of wireless clocks and clock parts. As an innovator in synchronized timing, their clocks have had a positive impact on organizations throughout the world. In the United States you will find their products in hundreds of school districts and many well known names such as University of Texas, Good Samaritan Hospital and Amazon to name a few. Outside the USA, Innovation Wireless has distributors in United Kingdom, Australia, Middle East, Singapore and Hong Kong.
When focusing on saving money and time products need to be engineered to provide the most value for the dollar. Engineers do their best to find that balance between the cost of manufacturing and affordability. This is where the years of experience becomes a factor. Experience is the catalyst in manufacturing a product that is built for longevity but at an affordable cost.
There is no need to put a synchronized clock system in place just to have trouble with it three or four years later. The objective is to install a clock system and have it work day in and day out without any maintenance for many years.
A POE clock system allows for years of synchronized timing throughout a facility. Additionally, by using an Existing Ethernet network a company does not need to run electrical power. All they need is an Ethernet connection. The Ethernet provides complete control of the clock and the power to operate the clock.
The POE clock software residing on the computer network is able to control every clock on the system. You can group clocks for specific applications. For example, in a hospital, patient rooms can be scheduled to have their POE LED Digital Clocks dimmed at a certain time for the comfort of the patients. Then in the morning the clocks would be scheduled to resume the clock’s normal brightness. POE clocks provide you this type of control.
POE is an IEEE standard. The standards written by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers are established to ensure interoperability between different manufacturers. The POE clock specifications should state that the clock is in compliance with IEEE. .
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