Just plug-in and go. This kit comes with a satellite-synchronized clock, a large digital clock display, and all accessories to work right out of the box with a quick-start instruction sheet. The clock supplies accurate time to synchronize up to 15 display clocks. The clock display has high-visibility LED digits that may be read up to 200 feet away. The clock and display are designed to work in harsh environments with a wide operating temperature, making them suitable for industrial applications.
Readable Time Display—See the time from 200 feet away, even in direct sunlight, with bright, easy-to-read 3-inch-tall LEDs.
Reliable Operation Anywhere—Install this kit wherever accurate time is needed. The SEL-9929 Kit is ideal for control rooms, military bases, substations, power plants, factories, and other industrial facilities.
Extended Industrial-Grade Specifications—Support operation in harsh industrial environments, such as cold rooms, industrial plant hot spots, and areas with high electric fields. The SEL-9929 offers extended industrial-grade specifications, including an operating temperature range of –40° to +80°C.
Easy Implementation—Never set your clock. By synchronizing to a GPS time source, the SEL-9929 always has the correct time, even after power outages or DST adjustments.
The SEL-9524A GPS GNSS Antenna was purpose-built to work with SEL clocks and is a rugged solution for harsh environments.
The rugged high-reliability design ensures durable and dependable operation.
Even in direct sunlight, the bright, easy-to-read 3-inch-tall digits are easy to read.
By synchronizing to satellite GPS time sources, the SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display always has the correct time, even after power outages.
The SEL-3401 and SEL-2401 have a –40° to +80°C operating temperature range.
The SEL-2401 Satellite-Synchronized Clock is always accurate with automatic daylight-saving adjustments.
SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display
Mount the SEL-3401 Digital Clock Display in:
SEL-2401 Satellite-Synchronized Clock
The Firmware IDs for older versions of the firmware can typically be found in Appendix A of the instruction manual.