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Slim Metal Series Clock
Contemporary brushed aluminum frames offer an upscale look to our high-performance clocks, a smart choice for waiting rooms, physicians’ offices or exam rooms. These high-tech, synchronized clocks are easy to install, keeping time with the rest of the Primex Wireless Clock System.
High Performance. Upscale Appearance.
Versatility and a reputation for durability have made our Traditional Series Clocks the go-to time sychronization system for schools, hospitals and businesses. With easy-to-read dials, rugged frames and a spectrum of colors and sizes, we can craft a sleek solution to match the look and demands of any facility.
Primex clocks synchronization through either Bluetooth low energy technology or with GPS and Network Time Protocol (NTP). Using the flexible deployment systems and three power options we can customize a system to monitor multiple buildings regardless of age or size.
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Smart Sync Bluetooth Wireless Technology Digital Series
For any customer who requires time synchronization, the Bluetooth® solution is an uncomplicated, easy to install, wireless product that continually and automatically recreates its own network.
The Primex Smart-Sync synchronized time solution consists of a clock network that uses Bluetooth® low energy technology (also referred to as Bluetooth ‘smart’) as the wireless communication method for the synchronized clock network. The Smart-Sync Bridge is a component of the network, securely bridging the Bluetooth low energy clock information with Primex’s IP based OneVue™ cloud application, communicating via wired Ethernet connection.
The Primex Smart-Sync Bridge acquires NTP time and passes the time to clocks within the clock network using a selfhealing mesh based protocol. The Bluetooth low energy technology network is also used to gather individual clock status information (battery voltage, RF strength, Error codes, etc.) that is sent to the Primex Bridge which encrypts and forwards to the Primex OneVue cloud application. End users are able to use a web browser on a PC or mobile device to access information concerning the clock network, individual clocks or the bridge device.