Sapling Sync-Wire Communication
The Synchronous Wire system is the most popular system in the United States. Clocks are run using a power circuit that acts as its time base. The clocks receive an hourly correction which synchronizes both the minute and the second hand. Every 12 hours the clock receives a daily correction to keep the clock perfectly synchronized.
The integration of Sapling’s clocks into this system is effortless. Providing maximum adaptability, Sapling’s clocks are capable of recognizing 59 minute correction, 58 minute correction as well as National Time/Rauland correction.
The system can be powered using either 24V, 115V or 230V (international only). Whatever your requirements may be, Sapling has the analog or digital clock you need for either a retrofit or new installation.
The Sapling Advantage
Automatic Protocol Detection
Analog clocks are capable of recognizing 59 minute correction, 58 minute correction and even National Time/Rauland correction.
Works On A Wide Variety of Voltages
Sync-Wire clocks can operate on 24V, 115V or 230V (international only), giving you maximum flexibility.
Interfaces With Other Systems
Sapling Sync-Wire systems are capable of interfacing with other existing systems, making Sapling clocks a perfect choice for retrofitting or new installations.