At Work Photographs

Discussion in 'Tower, Monumental & Street Clocks' started by ElectricTime, Feb 23, 2009.

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  1. ElectricTime

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    Interesting series of photographs in different factories around the world.

    The first one is at our factory

    http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/02/at_work.html


    The large clocks in the back are our backlighted Style 4600 design. http://www.electrictime.com/tower_clocks/


    The small clocks in front are our backlighted Style 2400 design.
    http://www.electrictime.com/tower_clocks/4600_flush_backlighted



    The movements are 24VAC minute impulse. The design is backwards compatible with the originally 1920's line synchronous Telechron designs.

    They run off our master control which has a temperature compensated oscillator. Accuracy is better than 7 seconds a year - or perfect with a GPS receiver.










     
  2. Jeremy Woodoff

    Jeremy Woodoff Registered User
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    All in all, I'm glad to have a desk job.
     

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