SKU: E56BAND333A radio-controlled atomic clock from American Time offers a simple way to get synchronized time from a real atomic clock synced by radio broadcast from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Fort Collins, Colorado.
American Time radio-controlled atomic clocks use a battery movement with a radio receiver that receives a signal from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Atomic clock in Ft. Collins, CO and automatically adjusts several times a day. Our atomic clocks are accurate to within one second with daily NIST updates. With good reception, American Time radio-controlled atomic clocks provide worry-free, accurate, synchronized time at an affordable price.
All radio-controlled clocks must receive the NIST signal from Ft. Collins, CO to function properly. Due to geographic location, atmospheric conditions, physical obstructions, and/or building materials and construction, certain locations may experience reception problems that prevent synchronization with the time signal station.
Contact American Time to request a sample radio-controlled atomic clock to test in your installation locations.