Novanex OnTime POE Network Clocks


OnTime Clocks

Inova Solutions’ OnTime® clocks are trusted to keep accurate, synchronized time in schools, major universities, hospitals, government offices, manufacturing facilities, contact centers, and corporate environments around the world. Our suite of clocks includes two options of digital clocks as well as an analog clock.

Built on Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, Inova OnTime® digital and analog IP network clocks get time, data, and power directly from your network – making them reliable and energy efficient. Since there is no need for a master clock or electrical outlets, Inova OnTime Clocks are easy to install, maintain, and relocate.

OnTime Clocks offer:

  • Accuracy (digital within 200 milliseconds; analog within 0.5 second).
  • Continual synchronization
  • Easy installation, maintenance, and management
  • Energy efficiency
  • Reliability
  • Assembly in the USA

OnTime Clock system management

Management of your Inova OnTime Clock system is also easy. Configuration and status checks can be handled through telnet or DHCP server options. Our web-based management system allows you to remotely monitor the status of each clock and receive email alerts if clocks become disconnected.

Accurate synchronized time for schools, universities, manufacturing, and healthcare facilities

Schools and universities depend on accurate timekeeping to efficiently transition students from one class to the next. In healthcare facilities, synchronized time is critical to daily operations, whether it's checking on patients or delivering medications. Synchronized time in manufacturing environments promotes schedule adherence and efficiency of manufacturing processes. 

Organizations depend on synchronized time and Inova OnTime Clocks derive both data and power updates from your facility's own network.  A network administrator can easily control one or hundreds of clocks from any PC on the network with a simple telnet session. The option of centralized UPS backup allows PoE devices to continue running even in the event of a power failure.