Replace your broken and aging Faraday clocks with high quality, efficient AllSync Plus clocks from American Time!
Our AllSync Plus® replacement clocks use a solid-state circuit board movement instead of the traditional mechanical movement and use up to 80% less energy. Plus, we manufacture system secondary replacements for Faraday clocks, including 24vdc minute impulse correction.
We are the leading provider of clocks, synchronized clock systems, networks, clock parts, and more. Extend the life of your Faraday clock system with AllSync Plus replacement clocks.
We no longer offer many mechanical clocks because our supplier has ceased manufacturing the Synchron mechanical movements.
Use AllSync Plus clocks as an alternative.
Check if AllSync Plus clocks are compatible with your correction signal ↓.
American Time’s AllSync Plus replacement clocks are perfect for expanding the life of your current wired clock system or building a new wired system. Easy integration, low maintenance and precise time. Set them and forget about them!
AllSync Plus replacement clocks offer a classic look and are designed to work seamlessly with your Faraday clock system. Using solid-state technology, they have few moving parts to wear out, are easy to connect, use 80% less power than mechanical clocks, cost over 25% less than mechanical clocks, and have a 3-year warranty.
AllSync Plus replacement clocks will easily fit into your wired Faraday clock system. Our experts will make sure you get the clock you need so you don’t have to worry about it for years.
the guts aren’t cheap, and sometimes it would take me an hour to fix it. Now, maintenance has gone down to about nothing.
Choose from bezel materials and colors, sizes, and styles to match your aging clocks. Whether you need to replace one or many, American Time’s replacement clocks will keep your brand and look consistent while delivering precise, synchronized time.
|HOURLY CORRECTION||12-HOUR CORRECTION|
|7-9 seconds starting at the 57th minute and 54th second||13-18 seconds starting at 5:57:54 (am and pm)|
|24-28.5 seconds starting at the 0 minute and 0 second||24-32 minutes starting at 6:00:00 (am and pm)|
|54-56 seconds starting at the 58th minute and 5th second||10 pulses of 94-96 seconds starting at 5:05:00 (am and pm)
repeating every 2 minutes
|24-26 seconds starting at 0 minute and 0 second||25 pulses of 24-26 seconds starting at 6:00:00 (am and pm)
repeating every 60 seconds
|63-67 seconds starting at the 58th minute and 0 second||14 pulses of 63-67 seconds starting at 5:06:00 (am and pm)
repeating every 2 minutes
|54-56 seconds starting at the 58th minute and 5th second||12 pulses of 63-67 seconds starting at 5:05:00 (am and pm)
repeating every 90 seconds
For the do-it-yourselfers, we have resources to help you do it right. See our DIY videos to repair and install your clock replacement parts like an expert.
You might want a replacement clock, or a whole new system. You might want to replace what’s broken today and prepare for an overhaul. We’ll make sure you get only what you need. Let’s talk about how to make your time right for you.