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No need to buy a Master Clock, wires, or other infrastructure
Wi-Fi clocks pull accurate time from your Wi-Fi network.
Keep everyone on the same, precise time
Across a building or campus, keep meetings, classes, appointments and shifts flowing smoothly. Wi-Fi clocks keep accurate time, all the time. No manual adjustments needed!
Fast installation, no electrician required
All you need is a WLAN; clocks can arrive preconfigured to your Wi-Fi network or you can configure them yourself. Simply hang them wherever you get a Wi-Fi signal.
Hang them and forget about them.
Battery-powered Wi-Fi clocks can run up to five years on a battery pack, while electric-powered Wi-Fi clocks get power from your existing wire system. Whichever option you choose, you can forget about maintenance!
They worked right out of the box as described without any adjustment on our side other than defining the network ID.
Wi-Fi clocks are similar to any other device on your Wi-Fi network: They “talk” to your network in order to pull the right information. In this case, it’s the precise time.
Wi-Fi clocks have to be configured to your Wi-Fi network first. We can do that for you here at American Time (at no charge) so that your clocks arrive ready to go, or you can configure them yourself. Either way, your clocks will search and find your Wi-Fi network, pull the accurate time, and display that time on its clock face or digital display. All of your computers, phones, clocks, and other devices will all show the same, precise time to keep your building or campus on track!
The inCloud Management Portal lets you quickly and easily set up, schedule, manage and monitor your PoE network clocks and devices!
inCloud gives you visibility into clock and device power status, connection quality, time sync and battery life, along with easy buzzer clock scheduling and changes. Set up your devices faster and easily monitor their status to simplify time management across your facility and save valuable maintenance hours!
Positioning Hands: (“Setting/Verifying the 12:00 (Home) Position” must be done first)